NCET norms

National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE)
Hans Bhawan, Wing-II, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg,
New Delhi-110 002
Public Notice

As per the National Council for Teacher Education (Recognition Norms and Procedure) Regulations, 2014, it is mandatory for an Institution/ department offering Teacher Education Programme (s) to maintain its own website with hyperlink to the websites of the NCTE and its Regional Offices. It is stipulated in the Regulations that apart from its location, the website of an institution shall provide information about the land and building it possesses, teacher education programmes it is offering, names and qualifications of the staff it has engaged, the students it has enrolled for the current academic session, annual fee charged from students, statement of income and expenditure during the previous academic session, the existing instructional resources and their augmentation during the current and previous sessions after initial recognition and other such information to be disseminated to the public at large.

The NCTE has the mandate to monitor the functioning of recognised Teacher Education Institutions (TEIs) on a continuous basis. As part of its monitoring function, it has decided to monitor the websites maintained by the recognized institutions/departments offering teacher education programme (s), for which it has signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Quality Council of India (QCI). In order to ensure display of all the required information, the QCI has developed the website Template to facilitate the TEIs to re-design/update their websites, as per the stipulations of the NCTE Regulations, 2014. The Template is attached with the Public Notice. The TEIs are required to re-design/update their websites within period of two months from the date of publication of the Public Notice on the NCTE website for which they have to use the attached Template.

As per the MoU between the QCI and NCTE, a TEI shall pay fee of Rs. 3,150/- per year to the QCI in connection with E-monitoring of its website. The TEI is required to pay the fee on-line to QCI within one month from the date of publication of the Notice on the website of NCTE. Regarding mode of payment the TEIs may visit the website of QCI http://nabet.qci,org.inJe¬monitor.asp

The TEIs may contact Ms. Madhu Ahluwalia, Adviser, Quality Council India for any other Information or assistance required in the matter:

Email: madhu@qcin.org, Phone No. (Office): +91-11-2332-3416 — 23, Extension No. 125
The TEIs are required to take note of Regulation 14 (iii) ‘Any false or incomple information on its website shall render the institution liable for withdrawal of recognition’.

Member Secretary,
NCTE

A. General Information

i. Barnagar B. Ed. College
Niz Domoka P.O : Sorbhog, Dist: Barpeta
Assam, India Pin – 781317

Email:

a. principal@barnagarbed.org

b. support@barnagarbed.org

Tel. No.:

ii. Year of Establishment: 1997

iii. Teacher Education Programmes (s) offered in the Institution

S No. Programme Number and Year of NCET Recognition Sanctioned Intake
 1  B. Ed  ERC/7-19/2001/1659(1)  50
 dtd-06/15/201

iv. Details of Affiliation

S. No. Programme Name of the Affiliating Number and Year Affiliation
1.  B. Ed.  G.U.  2002/10/136(28)
2.  dtd-09/21/2002
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v. Status of Affiliation : Temporary (Valid up to 2016-2017)
vi. Type of Management: Self-financing Institution
vii. Institution managed by : Registered Society
viii. Status of the Institution : Independent Institution offering (i)Teacher Education & (ii) D.EL.Ed Programme(s)
ix. Institution meant for : Co-Educational
x. Accessibility :

  • Whether Accessible ni all-weather and through Pucca Road: Yes
  • Karimganj Railway Junction is the Nearest Railway Station.

Other College Information

i. History of the Institution

The college, Barnagar B. Ed. College, was established in the year 1997 and is located in the near by Sorbhog town of Barpeta district of Assam.

One can reach the place by buses , trains as well as air(LGBIA). The place conjugated to NH 37. The official language of this valley is Assamese, Bengali and Hindi.

Social environment of the college is healthy and good. Every year, students from different parts of the country. The college has its own land. It has one L-shaped Assam type building and one newly constructed three storied building. The medium of Instruction and Expression in the college is English. Classroom transaction is done by efficient and experienced faculty.

The college is encircled by educational institutions of different levels : Schools, Junior colleges, Law colleges, Primary schools, Higher Secondary Schools etc. The adjacent building accommodates the State Bank of India Branch Office(Sorbhog) having core banking system. the Primary Health Center and Red Cross Society are also situated nearby.

The management is willing and able to help students in finding hostel facility for them (both male and female students)

Intake Capacity

At present the college has an intake capacity of 50 students. The NCTE is ready to permit admission of 100 students if the total built up area is 1500 sq.m. The college management has fulfilled this criterion and is going to apply for an intake capacity of 100 students.

Alumni Association

For the first time, Alumni Association was formed in the college in 2013. Already 468 number of students have enrolled their names. the Alumni Association extends its support towards various developmental activities of the college.

ii. Vision Statement

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iii. Mission and Objectives

Mission

The Mission of Barnagar B. Ed. College is to develop and popularise Methodical Teaching at the secondary level of education under the guidance of NCTE and the Gauhati University and to create a flow of manpower who are knowledgeable, efficient and employable not only in schools but also in NGOs, and who, even as members of the society are capable of contributing to the Educational Environment of the Society.

Objectives

With the Mission in view, Barnagar B. Ed. College has determined certain Aims and chalked out certain course of actions. These are :

  • To make B.Ed. Course easily accessible to eligible students through this Institution.
  • To involve the society in general to contribute to the fulfillment of the Aims of Barnagar B. Ed. College.
  • To create a flow of employable teachers who will be motivated to fill up deficiency in the instructional ambiance in he district and elsewhere.
  • To conduct survey work in the educational field and to provide for seminar/discussion forum on educational and other social aspects.
  • To inculcate among the students of this institution a thirst for knowledge through their life.
  • To make Barnagar B. Ed. College as a campus, as an institution and as an organization, a center for acquisition and dissemination of knowledge, information, education and culture.

Since its inception in 1997, more than 1,000 (one thousand) students received B.Ed. Degree through this college. They came not only from the district of Barpeta but also from different parts of India, North, South and even from the Andaman & Nicober Islands. Almost all of them are now well places in their lives.

These achievements would not have been possible without the financial and moral support and help of the society. Funds came from students, guardians, Union Cabinet Minister, Local M.L.A., businessman, Office of the Deputy Commissioner, SBI’s Welfare Fund, Voluntary Organization, Teachers, members of the G.B etc.

Students completing their B.Ed from Barnagar B. Ed. College join M.Ed courses, Join Services in private and Government aided schools and become informed parents, brothers and sisters, elders of the family of neighbors and of the society in general. Two of our former faculty obtained high first class in the M.Ed. course conducted by the Regional College of Education, Bhubeneswar. At present on Gold Medalist in M.Ed. course under the Assam University, Silchar is on the teaching staff. The Education Department of Govt. of Assam organized English Language Teaching center in the district with the help of Barnagar B. Ed. College. National and international organizations like Bharat Vikas Parishad, Lions Club, Rotary Club, temporarily used our resources for their social and cultural activities. We do believe, are on the way to fulfill the aims, we charted out for ourselves.

iv. Significant Achievements and Contributions in the field of Education, such as Awards/Recognition, Eminent Alumni etc.

Significant Achievements

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Contributions in the field of Education

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Awards and Recognition Received

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Eminent Alumni

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Any other information

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1. Campus and Infrastructure

a. Available Land Area : 6688.8 sqm.

b. The available land is on : Ownership basis

c. Built-up area : 2894 sqm.

SL. No. Floor Built-up area in sqm.
1. Ground Floor
2. First Floor
3. Second Floor
4. Third Floor
5. Fourth Floor
Total

d. Fire safety equipment has been installed : YES

The same isinstalled as per Building Bye Laws: YES

e. The facilities available for differently abled persons
i.
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iii.
iv.
v.
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f. The Hostel facilities are available: No

i. Separate facilities are available for female students

ii. Number of male and female students for whom facilities are available

  • Male Students : Does not Arise
  • Female Students : Does not Arise

g(I) The information regarding the available infrastructure are as per the following

SL. No. Infrastructure Whether available: Yes/No Size in Sq. ft.
a. Classroom
i. Classroom 1
ii. Classroom 2
iii. Classroom 3
Yes  233.70
b. Multipurpose Hall Yes  222.3
c. Library-cum-Reading Room Yes  54.72
d. ICT Resource Centre  Yes  99.75
e. Curriculum Laboratory No
f. Art & Resource Centre Yes  52.73
g. Health & Physical Education Resource Centre  No
h. Multipurpose Playfield  No

G(ii) Administrative Facilities Available in the Institution

SL. No. Facilities Yes/No
a. Principal’s Office Yes
b. Staff Rooms Yes
c. Administrative Office Yes
d. Visitors Room No
e. Separate Common Room for male & female students No
f. Seminar Room Yes
g. Canteen Yes
h. Separate Toilet facility for male & female students Yes
i. Separate Toilet facility for Staff Yes
j. Separate Toilet facility for differently abled persons No
k. Parking Space Yes
l. Open space for Additional Accommodation Yes
m. Store Room Yes
n. Medical facility Yes
o. ………………………..
p. ………………………..
q. ………………………..

2. Teaching and Non-teaching Staff

No. of staff members in position at the time of commencement of the Current Session:

a. Principal/HOD
b Academic Staff:

  • Professor
  • Associate Professor/Reader
  • Assistant Professor/Lecturer
  • Any other
  • Total Academic Staff

c. Total Administrative

Technical and Professional Staff

d. No. of Vacant positions as on the date of last Revision of website

SL. No. Academic Positions No. of Vacant Positions Other Staff No. of Vacant Position
i. Principal/HOD Administrative Staff
ii. Professor Technical Staff
iii. Associate Professor/Reader Professional Staff
iv. Assistant Professor/Lecturer

e. Number of Academic and other Staff recruited during the Current Session

  • Academic: 00
  • Other: 00

f. Number of Academic and other Staff who left the institution during the Current Session (2016-17)

  • Academic: 0000
  • Other: 0000

The list of staff be provided in Tabular form as given below:

A. Academic Staff as on ………………

The list of staff be provided in Tabular form as given below:

SL. No Name of the Staff Member Designation Academic Qualification Professional Qualification Date of Birth Date of Appointment Nature of Appointment Whether Approved by the Affiliating University/Body Pay Scale or Consolidated Amount Total Emoluments Retirements Benefits CPF etc. Photograph Remarks
1 …………….………. Principal MA (Eng.), M.Ed, PGDTE (CIEFL), LLB.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

B. Administrative, Professional and Technical Staffs as on

S. No. Name of the Staff Members Designation Academic Qualification Professional Qualification Date of Birth Date of Appointment Nature of Appointment Pay Scale or Consolidated Amount Total Emoluments Retirement Benefits CPF etc. Photograph Remarks
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Notes:
i. If more than one Teacher Education Programme is offered, the staff list be provided separately for each programme

ii. Academic Qualification-MA/M/ Sc./M. Com./ etc.

iii. Professional Qualification-B. Ed., M. Ed. etc.

iv. While mentioning the qualifications, subject at PG or Ph. D. Level must be mentioned such as MA English, Ph. D. Education etc.

v. Nature of appointment: Permanent Full time, Temporary, Probation, Contract, Guest Faculty etc.

vi. Mention the vacant positions also in the Staff list. In the ‘Remarks’ columns mention the date since when the position is vacant and steps taken to fill the vacant positions.

3. Students on the Rolls of the Institution

This section shall include the following information about the students on the Rolls of the institution:

a) Date of commencement of the current academic session: 00000

b) Last date fixed by the affiliating body for admission: 00000

c) Date of last admission made in the institution: 00000

d) Mode of selection of students; whether students are selected by the affiliating Body or by the institution (Mark which is applicable)

  • Selected by Affiliating Body
  • Selected by State Government
  • Selected by Institution

e) Whether entrance test is conducted by the Institution/affiliating body/State Govt: 0000

f) No. of students enrolled in the current academic session: 00000

g) Category- wise distribution of students

Programme No. of Male Students No. of female Students No. of students enrolled in SC category No. of students enrolled in ST category No. of students enrolled in OBC category No. of students enrolled in Unreserved category Total Students in Programme

h) No. of students in each Pedagogy Subject

Programme Name Pedagogy Subjects Number of Students Enrolled
English
Hindi/Regional Language
Social Science
B. Ed. Mathematics
Physical Science
Life Science
Any other type (Pl. Specify)
D. El. Ed

i) Details of enrolled students

Students Enrolled for the Current Session

Programme: ——

Academic Session : ——

S No. Name of the Student Name of mother Name of father Aadhar card number(if available) Gender Category Qualifying Examination %age of marks in the qualifying examination Pedagogy Subject-I Pedagogy Subject-2 Remarks
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
etc.

Financial Status

a. Endowment Fund maintained by the TEI

Amount: Rs 587,271.14
Bank: State Bank of India, Sorbhog
FDR Number: 11465287528

b.Reserve Fund maintained by the TEI

Amount: Rs 780,255/-
Bank: Assam Gramin Vikash Bank
FDR Number : A.No-172191 RIPC- 2415

Note: Details of Endowment Fund and Reserve Fund be provided separately for each Programme.

Sl. No Programme Total Annual Fee charged by the Institution
(Current Session)
Fee fixed by the Central/State/Union Territory Government
(Current Session)

d. Mention if Fee concession or scholarships are given to students: YES/ NO

If yes, give details

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e. Income during the previous academic session

s. No. Head/Source of Income Income in INR
1. Income from fees  2150,000
2. Grant received from State govt. if any
3. Income from other sources: donation etc.  100,000
Total Income

f. Expenditure during the Previous Academic Session

S. No. Head of Expenditure Expenditure in INR
A Capital Expenditure
1. Expenditure incurred on augmentation of infrastructure  280,000
2. Expenditure incurred on augmentation of Instructional Resources
B Recurring Expenditure
3. Staff Salary  1644,648
4. Interest Payment on loans
5. Loan Repayment
6. Miscellaneous expenditure  282,850
C Transfer to Capital Account
7. Transfer to Governing Body  42,502
Total Expenditure  2,207,498

g. Whether Balance Sheet of the previous Academic Session has been displayed : Yes/No

Note: Balance sheet of the previous academic session be displayed

5. Instructional Resources

A. Library

a) Sitting capacity in the Reading Room: 20

b) Number of Books: 2475

c) Number of Titles: 683

d) Number of Reference books like encyclopedias, dictionaries, Documents, reports etc.: 47

e) Names of journals subscribed:

i. …….
ii. …….
iii. …….
iv. …….
v. …….
vi. …….
vii. …….
viii. …….
ix. …….
x. …….

f. Number of books added during the previous academic session: 451

g. Number of books added during the current academic session: 342

B. ICT Resource Centre

  • Number of Computer systems: 07
  • Availability of Internet facility: Yes
  • Accessibility of Internet facility to students: Yes
  • Number of CD ROMs: 04
  • Number of Resources added during the Current Session Name of Resource: 00000
    i. ……
    ii. ……
    iii. ……
    iv. ……
  • Number of Resources added during the previous academic session Name of Resource
    i. ……
    ii. ……
    iii. ……
    iv. ……

C. Art & Craft Resource Centre (Essential items available be mentioned)

i. ………….
ii. ………….
iii. ………….
iv. ………….
v. ………….
vi. ………….

Number of Resources added during the previous academic session Name of Resource

i. ……… 00000
ii. ……… 00000
iii. ……… 00000
iv. ……… 00000

D. Curriculum Laboratory (Essential items available be mentioned)

Number of Resources added during the previous academic session Name of Resource

i. ……… 00000
ii. ……… 00000
iii. ……… 00000
iv. ……… 00000

E. Physical Education Resource Centre (Essential items available be mentioned)

i. …………..
ii. …………..
iii. …………..
iv. …………..
v. …………..
vi. …………..

Number of Resources added during the previous academic session Name of Resource

i. …. 00000
ii. …. 00000
iii. …. 00000
iv. …. 00000

F. Anatomy, Physiology, and Health Education Laboratory, Sports Psychology Laboratory, Care and Rehabilitation Laboratory, and Human Performance Laboratory (For the B. P. Ed, M. P. Ed and D. P. Ed Programmes) (Essential items available be mentioned)

Anatomy, Physiology, and Health Education Laboratory

SL. Write “A” for Available and “NA” for not Available
i. Human Skeleton
ii. Haemoglobin Meter
iii. Human Body System Charts displaying all systems (at least one separate chart for each body system)
iv. Weighing Machine
v. Human body organ system models
vi. …………………..
vii. …………………..
viii. …………………..
ix. …………………..

Number of Resources added during the previous academic session

Name of Resource

i. ……………………………….. : 0000

ii. ……………………………….. : 0000

iii. ……………………………….. : 0000

iv. ……………………………….. : 0000

Human Performance Laboratory

(For B. P. Ed., and M. P. Ed. Programmes)

S. No. Resources Write “A” for Available and “NA” for not Available
i. Peak Flow Meters
ii. Dry Spiro Meters
iii. Heart Rate Monitors
iv. Grip Dynamometers
v. B.P. Apparatus (Sphygmomanometers & Stethoscope)
vi.
vii.
viii.
ix.

Physiotherapy, Athletic, Care & Rehabilitation Laboratory

(For B. P. Ed. and M. P. Ed. Programme)

S. No. Resources Write “A” for Available and “NA” for not Available
i. Infra-red lamp
ii. Diagnostic Table
iii. Thermometer (Clinical)
iv. Sterilizing Unit
v. First Aid Box (Preliminary & Advanced)
vi. Ultrasound Therapy Unit
vii. …………………….
viii. …………………….
ix.
x.

Number of Resources added during the previous academic session

Name of Resource

i. ……………………………….. : 0000

ii. ……………………………….. : 0000

iii. ……………………………….. : 0000

iv. ……………………………….. : 0000

Sports Psychology Laboratory

(For B. P. Ed. and M. P. Ed. Programme)

S. No. Resources Write “A” for Available and “NA” for not Available
a. Psychological tests
b. Instruments for testing psychological characteristics (with rating scales & manuals)

Number of Resources added during the previous academic session

Name of Resource

i. ……………………………….. : 0000

ii. ……………………………….. : 0000

iii. ……………………………….. : 0000

iv. ……………………………….. : 0000

Sports Bio-mechanics Laboratory

(For M. P. Ed. Programme)

S. NO. Resources Write “A” for Available and “NA” for not Available
a. Electronic Goniometer (Latest Module)
b. Gait Analysis system for anytime and anywhere alternatively pressure plate
c. …………………

Number of Resources added during the previous academic session

Name of Resource

i. ……………………………….. : 0000

ii. ……………………………….. : 0000

iii. ……………………………….. : 0000

iv. ……………………………….. : 0000

Mention if the Institution offering programmes in Physical Education possesses following facilities

Sl. No. Facilities Write “A” for Available and “NA” for not Available
i. Sports & Field Equipment for Athletics
ii. Hockey
iii. Football
iv. Cricket
v. Basketball
vi. Volley Ball
vii. Badminton
viii. Lawn Tennis
ix. Athletic Track
x. Gymnastics
xi. …………………………
xii. ………………………..

Number of Resources added during the previous academic session

Name of Resource

i. ……………………………….. : 0000

ii. ……………………………….. : 0000

iii. ……………………………….. : 0000

iv. ……………………………….. : 0000

G. Diploma in Visual Arts Education

G (i) Resource Centre/Studios for Diploma in Visual Arts Education

Sl. No. Resource Centre/Studios Write “A” for Available and “NA” for not Available
i. Resource Centre for Arts Education with ET and ICT facilities
ii. Art studio for painting with facilities for fifty students
iii. Applied arts studio with facilities for fifty students
iv. Sculpture studio with facilities for fifty students
v. …………………………….
vi. …………………………….
vii. …………………………….

G (ii)- Equipment and Materials for Resource Centres and Art Studios

Sl. No. Equipment and Materials for Resource Centre and Art Studios Write “A” for Available and “NA” for not Available
i. Books on arts & crafts, Journals, & Magazines
ii. Audio-visual equipment-YV, DVD Player, Electronic Projector
iii. Audio-visual aids, video-audio tapes, slides, films, CDs
iv. Measurement tools
v. Children’s Books
vi. Teaching Aids-Charts, Pictures
vii. Motivational Materials such as
viii. Work of well-known artists and master craft person Easels
ix. Drawing Board
x Canvases
xi. Applied Arts kit and Raw Material
xii. TV, DVD Player, Slide Projector
xiii. ………………………….
xiv ………………………….
xv ………………………….

Number of Resources added during the previous academic session

Name of Resource

i. ……………………………….. : 0000

ii. ……………………………….. : 0000

iii. ……………………………….. : 0000

iv. ……………………………….. : 0000

H. Diploma in Performing Arts Education

H (i)- Resource Centre and Music Rooms

Sl. No. Resource Centre and Music Rooms Write “A” for Available and “NA” for not Available
i. Resource Centre for Arts Education with ET and JCT facilities
ii. Performing Arts Resource Centre with Mirror
iii. Instrumental Music Room with Mirrors
iv. Vocal Music Room with Mirrors
v. …………………………..
vi. …………………………..
vii. …………………………..

H (ii)-

Sl. No. Equipment and Materials for Resource Centres and M usic Rooms Write “A” for Available and “NA” for not Available
i. Books on music/danced/theatre, Journals, & Magazines
ii. Children’s Books
iii. Teaching Aids
iv. Audio-visual equipment-TV, DVD Player, Electronic Projector
v. CDs on performing arts
vi. Mirrors
vii. Regional Musical Instruments
Viii Basic musical instruments: harmonium, keyboard tabla, dholak/ Naal, Tanpura, Hammer
ix. Costumes, Jewellery used in various dance forms and theatrical forms
x. Costume ward
xi. Instruments used in hindustani & karmnatic music, like sitar, veena, mrdangam/pakhawa j, elctronic tanpura
xii. ……………………………………
xiii. ……………………………………
xiv. ……………………………………
xv. ……………………………………

Number of Resources added during the previous academic session

Name of Resource

i. ……………………………….. : 0000

ii. ……………………………….. : 0000

iii. ……………………………….. : 0000

iv. ……………………………….. : 0000

6. Academic Management

In this section, the TEis are required to provide the following information:

  • Daily working hours: 0000
  • Number of working days in a week: 0000
  • Total no. of working days in the previous academic session: 0000
  • Average daily attendance during the current session: 0000
  • Programme -wise Results of Students for last three years: 0000

Pass % age in the final examination during the last three academic sessions

Sl. No. Programme Session 2013-14 Session 2014-15 Session 2015-16
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Number of Ex-students of the Institution who qualified in the Central or State Eligibility Test during the Previous two years:

Year Number of Students Appeared Number of Students Qualified

Mention the value added courses if offered by the TEI on own its initiative

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Name & Number of schools available for internship during the current session

a) Govt./ Govt. aided Schools

i. …………………………………………………

ii. …………………………………………………

iii. …………………………………………………

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b) Private recognised Unaided School

i. …………………………………………………

ii. …………………………………………………

iii. …………………………………………………

iv. …………………………………………………

c) Rural Schools

i. …………………………………………………

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iii. …………………………………………………

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d) Urban Schools

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  • Total number of internship days in the previous academic session : 0000
  • Total number of Mentor teachers associated with the Internship : 0000

Programme

  • Did the institution conduct orientation programme for the students before the commencement of Internship: Yes/ No
  • Did the Institution conduct the Planning cum consultation meeting with the Heads of Internship Schools?: Yes/ No

Details of Internship School

Sl. No. Name of the School Location (Rural/Urban/Rural) Management (Government/ Government Aided/ Private Unaided) Total Number of Students in the School Distance from the TEI No. of students teachers deputed for Internship
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Details of Academic Programmes like Conference, Seminars, Workshops, Training Programmes organized, during the previous academic session:

Conference

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Seminars and Workshop

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Training Programmes

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Details of events/Celebrations organized during the previous academic session:

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7. Governance Structures:

a) Has the institution Constituted the Management Committee: Yes/ No

If yes, display the composition along with names of the members mentioning their names, Qualification, Profession/Occupation etc.

Details of the members of the Management Committee

Sl.No Name Educational Qualification Professional Occupation Designation

Note

i. Profession/Occupation: Educationist, Business, Agriculture, Medical Professional, etc.

ii. Designation: Chairman, Member Secretary, Correspondent, Manager etc.

No. of meetings of the Management Committee held during the Previous academic session: 0000

b) Has institution established a Grievance Red ressal Mechanism?: Yes/No

If yes, give details

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c) Has the institution established anti-ragging mechanism?: Yes/No

If yes, give details

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d) Has the Institution constituted the Quality Assurance Cell? Yes/ No

e) Mention if any other structure has been created to enhance effectiveness of the Institution

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8. Revision/Modification of Website

i. Academic session in respect of which above information in Part II is provided.

ii. Date of last Revision of website ………………………………………………… ..

iii. Periodicity of Website Revision

  • Quarterly
  • Half Yearly
  • Annually

Certificate

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