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  2. 2.  Recognition by UGC u/s 2(f) & 12(b)  Recognition by NCTE for B.Ed Course.  Recognition by AICTE for MBA & MCA Courses  Affiliated to Himachal Pradesh University  Affiliated to Himachal Pradesh Technical University for MBA Course only  College website: www.klbdavcollege.ac.in  Type: Girls-Educational Institute  Funding: Self Financing HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
  3. 3. Extends warm welcome to all the esteemed members of NAAC Peer Team Prof. (Mrs.) Talat Aziz Prof. D.Kumaran Dr. Marry Kutty.P.J  DEPARTMENT OF TEACHER EDUCATION  K.L.B. D.A.V COLLEGE FOR GIRL’S, PALAMPUR
  4. 4. K.L.B.D.A.V College for Girls, Palampur is one of the pioneer institute imparting education to girls in various disciplines. A beacon of knowledge and women empowerment, it has made a creative and meaningful contribution in the field of education in Himachal Pradesh and adjoining states. This prestigious institution is managed by Sh. Kanhya Lal Butail College for girls Managing Body Palampur(H.P). The institution is centrally located in the picturesque town of Palampur at a distance of about 1 Km from the old bus stand, opposite to the hotel Tea Bud (Which is run by Himachal Pradesh Tourism Department). Surrounded by tea plantations and located in Palampur (which has pollution free & peaceful environs), the salubrious climate is indeed an added attraction of this institution. ABOUT INSTITUION
  5. 5.  Established in year 1969.  The first women college in the region.  Introduced B.Ed Course w.e.f. 2005 – 2006.  Introduced B.C.A & B.B.A Courses w.e.f. 2007 – 2008.  Introduced M.B.A & M.C.A Courses w.e.f.2012- 2013. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
  7. 7.  Follows the B.Ed curriculum of H.P. University Shimla  Academic Flexibility:  Organizes periodic infaculty meetings to implement the curriculum  Seminar and Workshops-To empower students and faculty on additional specification and interventions in the curriculum as recommended by state and national bodies. Curriculum Transaction  Exploration of talent on introduction and orientation week  Development of academic calendar  Learner centric approaches and internal evaluation  Teachers personal care and rapport with students, their problems and issues  Transparent examination system.  Effective learning and students support, carrier guidance CURRICULAR DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
  8. 8.  Exploration of talent through an induction and orientation  Learner centric approaches and internal evaluation  Teacher’s personal care of students, their problems and issues during tutorials/ Micro Teaching.  Good results, transparent examination system.  Effective learning resources, career guidance , ICT enabled learning. CURRICULLAR TRANSACTION
  9. 9. 1st yr 2011-12 2nd yr 2012-13 3rd yr 2013-14 Pass Percentage 100% 100% 100% Number of First Class 89 99 96 Exemplary performances (Gold Medal and University ranks) ---- ---- ---- ACADEMIC HIGHLIGHTS (Last Three Years)
  10. 10. 1st Year (%) 2011-12 2nd Year (%) 2012-13 3rd Year (%) 2013-14 Higher Studies 47 35 22 Employment (Total) 33 30 18 Others 05 07 25 Total 85 72 65 STUDENT PLACEMENT
  11. 11. Programme Internal Assessment External Assessment Total B.Ed 20% 80% 100% EVALUATION
  13. 13.  Admission on the basis of entrance test conducted by HP University  Attitude & Aptitude test before the commencement of Course.  “Talent Hunt Program” Wherein the student are asked to give performance according to their liking. TEACHING LEARNING & EVALUATION
  14. 14.  Resource Centre  Wi-Fi Internet facility  Personality Development program  Guest Lectures  Class Test  Unit Test  House Test CATERING TO DIVERSE NEED
  15. 15.  Skill of chalk blackboard  Skill of using teaching aids  Skill of introducing the lesson  Illustration with example skill  Skill of questioning – (probing questioning, influencing questioning and development question )  Skill of stimulus variation The Student Teacher Practice Following Skills in Their Micro- Teaching
  16. 16.  PowerPoint Presentation  OHP  Practical Exposure in the resource centers of ICT, Science , Language and Arts & Craft DELIVERY OF INSTUCTION
  17. 17. CRITERION –III Research, Consultancy and Extension
  18. 18. Since the college has only B.Ed Program the research facilities in the college have not been established. However Faculty members are pursuing research work individually in Education and other fields. PROMOTION OF RESEARCH
  19. 19. The materials developed by staff and student in teaching – learning process are • OHP Sheets • Charts • Compact Disks • Models • PowerPoint Presentation CDs RESEARCH & PUBLICATION OUTPUT
  20. 20.  Swatch Bharat Abhiyaan  Caring for Senior Citizens  Drug De-addiction Rally and awareness  Service- learning through blood donation  Polythene Hatao-Paryavaran Bachao  Van- Mahotsav  AIDS awareness EXTENSION ACTIVITIES
  21. 21. CRITERION –IV Infrastructure and Learning Resources
  22. 22.  Adequate classrooms/ Smart Class Room/ Conference Hall  E.T Lab/ Language Lab/ Physical Science Lab/Psychology Lab/Social Science Lab/Life Science Lab.  Computer (Science) Lab  Broadband connectivity for Internet access  Wi-Fi Campus INFRASTRUCTURE
  23. 23.  Separate Libraries for B.A, B.Ed, M.B.A & M.C.A courses  College Canteen  Sports Room  Hostel  Staff Quarters/Principal Residence  20 CCTV Camera with 02 DVR System INFRASTRUCTURE
  24. 24.  Cultural Music Room  Sports Room  Indoor Games :-  Table Tennis  Carom Board  Chess  Play Ground for Playing Badminton, Volleyball, Kho-Kho and Cricket INFRASTRUCTURE
  25. 25.  Books: 5362  Journals: 06  Magazines: 03  Encyclopedia: 12 (Vol)  Library is having Wi-Fi connectivity COLLEGE LIBRARY
  26. 26.  30 Desktops (LAN connected) for B.Ed Wing  Overall 100 Desktop on campus with Internet Facility.  Internet on all the Machines/computers.  Every Student of the college given hands on experience in IT Lab  Separate time table for all the classes  Separate time for faculty members IT LAB
  27. 27. Students are taught:  Fundamentals of IT  Internet surfing,  MS Office,  Practical as per Syllabus. IT LAB
  28. 28. CRITERION –V Student Support and Progression
  29. 29.  Student participation in function through committees  Inter house competitions to promote skills  Field visits and excursions  Extra curriculum activities:- Cultural programmes such as inter-wings cultural competitions, annual gatherings etc are organized in the college.  Fresher and farewell functions are organized at the college level  Sports Meet:- The sport and games activities are held regularly in the college  Films:- Educational video programmes are shown to the students for conceptual clarification and applications.  Workshop on minor skill development STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
  30. 30.  Display Boards:- Wall paper featuring current affairs and issues etc.  Alumini:- The alumini of the college are wide spread in the state both in public and private sector  Educational Tours:- Educational tours are also organized at local level and outside the town for educational exposure and interaction.  Medical Room  Yoga – Well being  Placement cell STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
  31. 31.  Tutor-ward system followed (about 15 students per teacher)  Subject, cultural and sports societies for extra-curricular activities  Girls’ Common Room  Annual student body elections STUDENT SUPPORT MECHANISM
  32. 32.  College Students Central Association  Canteen facility at subsidized rates STUDENT SUPPORT MECHANISM
  33. 33.  Red Ribbon Club  NCC UNIT  Guidance & Counseling Cell  Placement Cell  NSS Unit  Rotaract Club STUDENT SUPPORT MECHANISM
  34. 34.  Sexual Harassment and Women’s Cell Personal Hygiene Cultural activities STUDENT SUPPORT MECHANISM
  35. 35. CRITERION –VI Governance and Leadership
  36. 36. To Cultivate Right Attitude, Social Values, Ideals, & Ideologies and achieve Academic Excellence.
  37. 37.  To Prepare Intellectually well developed, Socially Concerned , Morally Upright, Spiritually Oriented Citizens for India.  To Inculcate Sense of Duty , Discipline, Responsibility & Service To The Nation.
  38. 38.  To promote acquisition of Knowledge in a rapidly developing and changing society.  To cultivate patriotic spirit and prepare progressive and responsible citizens.  To offer wide range of programs with adequate academic flexibility.  To broaden the mental horizon by using latest technologies (ICT)  To sustain a caring, supportive attitude throughout the college life and afterwards.  To enhance the effective and efficient management of college. OBJECTIVE
  39. 39.  Academic Excellence & Integrity.  Outstanding Teaching & Service.  Individual & Collective Excellence.  Professional Leadership  Concern for Human, Ethical & Ecological Values. VALUES
  40. 40. Sr.No Name Designation 1. Sh. Brij Behari Lal Butail President 2. Sh. Joginder Lal Butail Vice- President 3. Mrs. Beena Butail Manager 4. Sh. Rajinder Singh Thakur General Secretary 5. Sh. Sajjinder Singh Thakur Member Executive 6. Er. P.K. Sood Member Executive 7. Sh. Dinesh Butail Member Executive 8. Dr. Ranjodh Singh Thakur Member Executive 9. Dr. N.D. Sharma (Principal) Member Executive (Ex-officio) 10. Prof. R.S. Chauhan University Nominee 11. Prof. O.P. Chauhan University Nominee MANAGEMENT
  41. 41. S.No Name Designation 1 Dr. N.D. Sharma Principal 2 Dr. Shukla Rani Asstt. Prof (HOD) 3 Mrs. Shivani Nagpal Asstt. Prof 4 Mrs. Kavita Rana Asstt. Prof 5 Mrs. Meena Soni Asstt. Prof 6 Mrs. Aekta Kanwar Asstt. Prof 7 Mrs. Anoop Sharma Asstt. Prof 8 Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Asstt. Prof 9 Mr. Satish Rana Asstt. Prof 10 Mr. Aneesh Rana Asstt. Prof 11 Mrs. Sunita Rana Librarian STUDENT SUPPORT MECHANISM
  42. 42. COLLEGE WEBSITE (www.klbdavcollege.ac.in)
  43. 43. Loaded with basic information:  Establishment  Courses  Facilities  Mandatory Disclosures  Latest Events( Exam/Admission/ Results/Cultural Activities) COLLEGE WEBSITE
  44. 44. CRITERION –VII Innovative Practices
  45. 45.  Recruitment as per NCTE/HPU/HPTU norms  Advisory Body /IQAC to monitor the development in the college  Review Meetings to assess the growth INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL IQAC
  46. 46.  Orientation Courses, Seminars, etc.  Remedial teaching classes  Constant monitoring of college results INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL IQAC
  47. 47.  Skilled Based Education  Data bases – information storage  Graphing software-to prepare teaching- learning resources  Developing low cost kits-to make process interesting  Using internet for e-mail  Games and simulation to improve quality of learning INNOVATIVE PRACTICES
  48. 48.  Continual Improvement  Measuring the effectiveness of the overall Performance of the B.Ed program  Ensuring the accountability of the program making expectation and standards for quality explicit  Supporting strategic planning SUMMARY
  49. 49.  Himachal Excellence Award 2013 by Divya Himachal, Leading Newspaper of Himachal Pradesh  CMAI National Himachal Pradesh Education Awards 2014 for Excellent in Teaching Education Courses by CMAI in collaboration with AICTE , AIU and HPU AWARDS CONFERRED
  50. 50.  To construct a Auditorium.  Introduce various courses i.e M.Ed, DEl.Ed  Car Parking  Modification/ Up gradation of Language Lab  Up gradation of College Hostel  Up gradation of College Canteen  Enhance the ICT facilities by upgrading Online College Library, Online Admissions, Online Results & various latest softwares. FUTURE PLANS
  51. 51.  Introduction of PG Classes in few Subjects  Focus on career-oriented courses Journalism Advertising Travel and Tourism Management Fashion Designing FUTURE PLANS
  52. 52. For your kind attention and patience Dr. N.D. Sharma Principal  DEPARTMENT OF TEACHER EDUCATION  K.L.B. D.A.V COLLEGE FOR GIRL’S, PALAMPUR