1.Curricular Aspects

1.1: Curricular Planning and Implementation

1.1.1: The Institution ensures effective curriculum planning and delivery through a well-planned and documented process including Academic calendar and conduct of continuous internal Assessment-

Every year, by the consent of Principal-IQAC and HODs prepare an academic calendar and reflecting the schedule of curriculum delivery. The curriculum is delivered recently through online demonstration, assignments, seminars, lectures etc. Importance is given to the use of ICT tools like PPTs, videos etc. Effectiveness of the curriculum delivery is also judged through internal evaluation in CIA examinations assignments prior to the University examinations. Attendance record also helps in internal assessment.

Induction programme (UG & PG separately) is organized every year for newly admitted students to make them aware of the mechanism for curriculum delivery and its implementation.

Routine committee of the College prepares the Master Routine for UG classes and for PG students every department prepared their routine separately. Both the routines are circulated among students via Notice Board, College website and different what’s app groups.

The courses are conducted by different departments of the College, at the beginning of 1st semester to orient the students to bridge the gap of University pattern questions and to identify slow and advanced learners.

The College strictly implements the syllabus and the academic calendar notified by the University. The time-table committee of the College prepare department and class wise Master Routine according to the work load specifying the current UGC regulation.

Departments regularly assess and evaluate the percentage of syllabus covered and discuss any problems encountered by the students and teachers.

The seamless exclusion of curriculum delivery is ensured through departmental meetings regarding detailed lesson plans for each and every papers.

Conventional chalk and board method is integrated with ICT based methods of flipped class room and blended learning.

All the faculty members devote extra time to schedule tutorial classes the students are divided into smaller groups for better attention and interaction with each one of them, as per their requirement (s). Further more, a system of allocation of Mentor-Mentee and identification of advanced and slow learners has been framed by the College to promote year learning and developing more personalized Teacher-Student collaboration. This is enhanced by a continuous evaluation mechanism in the form of presentation, group discussions, assignments. As a major to improve curriculum planning and implementation teachers participate in faculty induction programme/ Orientation programme/ Refresher courses.

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1.2: Academic Flexibility

1.2.1: Number of Certificate/Value added courses offered and online courses of MOOCs, SWAYAM, NPTEL etc. (where the students of the institution have enrolled and successfully completed during the last five years)-

2

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1.2.2: Percentage of students enrolled in Certificate/ Value added courses and also completed online courses of MOOCs, SWAYAM, NPTEL etc. as against the total number of students during the last five years-

1.27 %

1.2.2.1: Number of students enrolled in Certificate/ Value added courses and also completed online courses of MOOCs, SWAYAM, NPTEL etc. as against the total number of students during the last five years-

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

63                 16                 0                   0                   0

 

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Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5

1506   1370   1268   1173   928

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1.3: Curriculum Enrichment

1.3.1: Institution integrates crosscutting issues relevant to Professional Ethics, Gender, Human Values, Environment and Sustainability in transacting the Curriculum-

Various cells under the IQAC are active to address the crosscutting issues relevant to Professional Ethics,  Gender, Human Values, Environment and Sustainability. The ethics to be followed by the students are stated on the college website as code of conduct. The code of conduct of staff members (Teaching and Non-Teaching) has also been confined as a document. The Women’s Empower Cell is active in addressing issues relevant to gender.

  • C. M. Science College, Darbhanga stands for values likes compassion and commitment to development of self and society. The college regularly organize socially relevant events and outreach programmes so that students learn to engage with socio-cultural issues in a constructive manner.
  • Academically, Generic Electives, Skill Enhancement Courses and Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses are offered within and across departments, to help students critically examine issues related to gender, environment and ethics.
  • Each and every department of the college conducted project works and field works to understand the working of power and its impact on an individual.
  • C. M. Science College, Darbhanga firmly believes in rigorous implementation of professional ethics; students are made cognizant of the significance of proper referencing in assignments, intellectual property rights issues consequently discouraging any kind of plagiarism.

In 2019, college has organized/celebrated 1st College level convocation in Bihar.

  • Strengthening its commitment to the community, C. M. Science College, Darbhanga signed an MOU with Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India to make Science Education more popular in regional Language- Maithili. Previously in year 2022, college organized a seven days programme on the topic “VIGYAN SARVATRA PUJYATE” successfully.
  • C. M. Science College, Darbhanga has carefully planned its infrastructure so as to prioritize conservation of the environment. There has been a conscious effort to preserve rock base to a large extent. The building is well provisioned for students with disability.

The college believes in the holistic development of students who are not only intellectually ready to face the world but are also empathetic human beings striving for an egalitarian and sustainable society.best replica watch site 2019you can try this out

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1.3.2: Percentage of students undertaking project work/field work/ internships (Data for the latest completed academic year)

4.18

1.3.2.1: Number of students undertaking project work/field work / internships

63

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Year1 Year2 Year3 Year4 Year5

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1.4: Feedback System

1.4.1: Institution obtains feedback on the academic performance and ambience of the institution from various stakeholders, such as Students, Teachers, Employers, Alumni etc. and action taken report on the feedback is made available on institutional website-

  1. Feedback collected, analysed, action taken& communicated to the relevant bodies and feedback hosted on the institutional website
  2. Feedback collected, analysed and action has been taken and communicated to the relevant bodies
  3. Feedback collected and analysed
  4. Feedback collected
  5. Feedback not collected

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2.1: Student Enrollment and Profile

2.1.1: Enrolment percentage

85.9 %

2.1.1.1: Number of seats filled year wise during last five years (Only first year admissions to be considered)

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

1506             1370             1268             1173             928

2.1.1.2: Number of sanctioned seats year wise during last five years

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

1790             1450             1450             1450             1130

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2.1.2: Percentage of seats filled against reserved categories (SC, ST, OBC etc.) as per applicable reservation policy for the first year admission during the last five years

88.89

2.1.2.1: Number of actual students admitted from the reserved categories year wise during last five years (Exclusive of supernumerary seats)

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

830               675               663               619               444

2.1.2.2: Number of seats earmarked for reserved category as per GOI/ State Govt rule year wise during the last five years

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

895               725               725               725               565

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2.2: Student Teacher Ratio

2.2.1: Student – Full time Teacher Ratio

(Data for the latest completed academic year)

40.7

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Number of students year wise during the last five years

Year1 Year2 Year3 Year4 Year5

1506   1370   1268   1173   928

Number of teaching staff / full time teachers year wise during the last five years

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5

37       26       31       31       38

 

2.3: Teaching- Learning Process

2.3.1: Student centric methods, such as experiential learning, participative learning and problem solving methodologies are used for enhancing learning experiences and teachers use ICT- enabled tools including online resources for effective teaching and learning process-

1)         The entire teaching-learning system of the College is student-centric. Class-room teaching is interactive, promoting participative learning and encouraging two-way dialogue. Students are encouraged to reflect on critical issues and offer indigenous solutions.

2)         Varied participative teaching-learning practices which the departments undertake include seminars (individual and team based), presentations and discussions, quizzes, short projects, field survey-based assignments, research-based projects and internships.

3)         The departments also assign group or team-based project/assignment activity to develop the spirit of collaborative work and team spirit among the students. Faculty members are delivering their content through various innovative ways like case studies, empirical analysis of textbook theories and smart classes.

4)         In all our courses at the UG as well as PG levels involve practical training for hands-on experience. While students are asked to do practical exercises, necessary demonstrations are setup as controls under standard conditions. Where required, students are also taken out on excursions to familiarize them with nature, natural surroundings of flora, collection and preservation methods etc.

5)         Students are also given exposure to the research laboratories, and the researches being carried out there. Few of our department often organizes various types of learning programmes.

6)         College has a rich library consisting of more than 5000 books for students from graduation to PhD research scholars.

7)         All the departments of the College have ICT enabled classrooms. Majority of them have smart classrooms too. The ICT enabled teaching includes, LCD/LED projectors, interactive digital projection board, e-learning resources as well as Wi-Fi access to institutional intranet and the vast library and INFLIBNET resources that come with them. The college also has the virtual e-classroom facility that enables specialists of the field to lecture from a remote location in India or abroad.

8)         The departments use massive online open courses (MOOCs) developed by the MHRD, New Delhi through NPTEL and Swayam.gov.in portals. Teachers also encourage students to use the MIT open courseware, IGNOU e-content, e-pathshala, inflibnet and other similar platforms to access additional resources along with the suggested text books and reference materials.

9)         In the newly adopted CBCS system, the MOOCs and open online courses have been made the part of the syllabus. These courses carry credit as well. Many teachers maintain their own YouTube channel to impart extra-class room learning and access to additional resources.

10)       Few departments have their own YouTube channel, on which they regularly upload classroom, invited and guest lectures for students.

11)       Students have easy access to reputed journals and a plethora of e-resources from the central library of University. Several teachers have created WhatsApp group of their class through which they keep sharing their short videos, additional reading material which cannot be accessed by the students in general, e-books, etc.

12)       Recently, during COVID-19 enforced lockdown, teachers responded admirably to upgrade themselves with online teaching and completed all courses online. The lecture notes were uploaded to the University website while lecture recordings were made accessible either on YouTube or to student groups directly as MPEG files for offline study.

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2.4: Teacher Profile and Quality

2.4.1: Percentage of full-time teachers against sanctioned posts during the last five years

62.69

2.4.1.1: Number of sanctioned posts year wise during the last five years

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

52                 52                 52                 52                 52

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Year1 Year2 Year3 Year4 Year5

37       26       31       31       38

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2.4.2: Percentage of full time teachers with NET/SET/SLET/ Ph. D./D.Sc. / D.Litt./L.L.D. during the last five years (consider only highest degree for count)

100 %

2.4.2.1: Number of full time teachers with NET/SET/SLET/Ph. D./ D.Sc. / D.Litt./L.L.D year wise during the last five years

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

37                 26                 31                 31                 38

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Number of teaching staff / full time teachers year wise during the last five years

Year1 Year2 Year3 Year4 Year5

37       26       31       31       38

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2.5: Evaluation Process and Reforms

2.5.1: Mechanism of internal/ external assessment is transparent and the grievance redressal system is time- bound and efficient

1)         As per the University rules, the College systematically conducts internal assessment to enhance the performance and regularity of the students in the classrooms.

2)         As per the University scheme, the internal assessment in each paper is of 30 marks out of 100, while the external examination carries 70 marks in each semester.

3)         The Internal Assessment of 30 marks is further split into 5 Marks for assignment, 15 (7.5 for each) Marks for tests, 5 for presentation/seminar and 5 Marks for attendance, as mandated by the LN Mithila University.

4)         This internal assessment scheme is timely communicated to the students through the proper notice. The internal assessment schedule and evaluation parameters for the different papers are informed to students at least 2-3 weeks in advance by the respective subject-teachers.

5)         Teachers prepare an assessment rubric for each component of the internal assessment and prepare the students accordingly. For example, if the students are assessed through presentations, then the criteria are: content, communication, confidence and clarity of concept.

6)         All the test papers and answer scripts along with the list of marks are duly maintained by the respective faculty members for records. Feedback and remarks about their performance are shared with the students. The students are also guided to perform better in external examinations.

Grievance Redressal

1)         If a student feels that the marks awarded are not up to the his/her expectation he/she may apply for scrutiny in that paper with prescribed fee within 15 days of declaration of results.

2)         Scrutiny is done by special examiner which implies re-totaling and checking.

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2.6: Student Performance and Learning Outcomes

2.6.1: Programme Outcomes (POs) and Course Outcomes (COs) for all Programmes offered by the institution are stated and displayed on website-

1)         As a constituent institution of the Lalit Narayan Mithila University, C M Science College follows the guidelines and norms of the University with respect to offered programmes and course curriculum/syllabus. The L N Mithila University, under the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS), has revised the syllabus/course curriculum with targeted learning outcomes for each course/subject, of PG courses based on the UGC- Learning Outcomes based Curriculum Framework (LOCF).

2)         The detailed syllabus is uploaded on L N Mithila university website whose link is attached with the college website in order to make it easier for students to access the latest syllabus from the college website.

3)         The students are made familiar with programme outcomes through student induction Programmes and parent-teacher interaction.

4)         Under the CBCS system of the L N Mithila University, the postgraduate programme is divided into various components, comprising Core papers, Generic Elective papers, Ability Enhancement Compulsory papers, Skill Enhancement papers and Discipline Specific Elective papers. Each of these components in themselves have specific learning outcomes, which give a better understanding as to how and why the specific subject/topic is being taught.

5)         Course Outcomes as well as Learning Outcomes depend upon the nature of course and the subject concerned. The choices that the students make, based on the specified learning outcomes, help in a holistic understanding of the course, thereby enriching the teaching-learning process.

6)         The Programme Specific Outcomes are closely related to the content of the syllabus and may vary as per the subject. Teachers design Lesson Plans for all the courses/subjects at the beginning of each semester to ensure that the pedagogy is in sync with the PSOs. There are some universal learning outcomes also which are inherent in every syllabus.

7)         The institutional priority is in the academic development of the teachers and students. The Programme Outcomes (POs) and Course Outcomes (COs) are intrinsic within the design of the Programme/Course.

8)         The teachers actively participate in seminars, FDPs, workshops and curriculum meetings, regularly organized by the respective Departments at the University level to discuss the POs and COs.

9)         The College periodically keeps track of academic course completion and co-curricular events taking place within the Institution. The conduct of classes is planned at the beginning of each semester/year in departmental meetings, wherein concerned department establish a time frame for preparation of course outline and Lesson Plans for each subject in tune with the academic calendar.

10)       The IQAC reviews the POs and COs on a regular basis and Lesson Plans submitted by each faculty member. The IQAC guides the teachers to map the objective to the outcomes to analyse and document their attainment.

11)       The focus of the POs and COs have been maintained even when the classes have transited to the online mode. Talks, discussions, guest lectures, webinars, e-resources, quizzes and online evaluation process, on a various online platforms ensured efficient functioning of the institution in the same direction.

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2.6.2: Attainment of POs and COs are evaluated. Explain with evidence in a maximum of 500 words-

1)         As a constituent institution of the Lalit Narayan Mithila University, C M Science College follows the guidelines and norms of the University with respect to offered programmes and course curriculum/syllabus. The L N Mithila University, under the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS), has revised the syllabus/course curriculum with targeted learning outcomes for each course/subject, of PG courses based on the UGC- Learning Outcomes based Curriculum Framework (LOCF).

2)         The detailed syllabus is uploaded on L N Mithila university website whose link is attached with the college website in order to make it easier for students to access the latest syllabus from the college website.

3)         The students are made familiar with programme outcomes through student induction Programmes and parent-teacher interaction.

4)         Under the CBCS system of the L N Mithila University, the postgraduate programme is divided into various components, comprising Core papers, Generic Elective papers, Ability Enhancement Compulsory papers, Skill Enhancement papers and Discipline Specific Elective papers. Each of these components in themselves have specific learning outcomes, which give a better understanding as to how and why the specific subject/topic is being taught.

5)         Course Outcomes as well as Learning Outcomes depend upon the nature of course and the subject concerned. The choices that the students make, based on the specified learning outcomes, help in a holistic understanding of the course, thereby enriching the teaching-learning process.

6)         The Programme Specific Outcomes are closely related to the content of the syllabus and may vary as per the subject. Teachers design Lesson Plans for all the courses/subjects at the beginning of each semester to ensure that the pedagogy is in sync with the PSOs. There are some universal learning outcomes also which are inherent in every syllabus.

7)         The institutional priority is in the academic development of the teachers and students. The Programme Outcomes (POs) and Course Outcomes (COs) are intrinsic within the design of the Programme/Course.

8)         The teachers actively participate in seminars, FDPs, workshops and curriculum meetings, regularly organized by the respective Departments at the University level to discuss the POs and COs.

9)         The College periodically keeps track of academic course completion and co-curricular events taking place within the Institution. The conduct of classes is planned at the beginning of each semester/year in departmental meetings, wherein concerned department establish a time frame for preparation of course outline and Lesson Plans for each subject in tune with the academic calendar.

10)       The IQAC reviews the POs and COs on a regular basis and Lesson Plans submitted by each faculty member. The IQAC guides the teachers to map the objective to the outcomes to analyse and document their attainment.

11)       The focus of the POs and COs have been maintained even when the classes have transited to the online mode. Talks, discussions, guest lectures, webinars, e-resources, quizzes and online evaluation process, on a various online platforms ensured efficient functioning of the institution in the same direction.

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2.6.3: Pass percentage of Students during last five years  (excluding backlog students)

94.95 %

2.6.3.1: Number of final year students who passed the university examination year wise during the last five years

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

1097             909               798               708               702

2.6.3.2: Number of final year students who appeared for the university examination year-wise during the last five years

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

1149             968               844               726               751

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2.7: Student Satisfaction Survey

2.7.1: Online student satisfaction survey regarding teaching learning process

 

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3.1: Resource Mobilization for Research

3.1.1: Grants received from Government and non-governmental agencies for research projects / endowments in the institution during the last five years (INR in Lakhs)

0

3.1.1.1: Total Grants from Government and non-governmental agencies for research projects / endowments in the institution during the last five years (INR in Lakhs)

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

0                   0                   0                   0                   0

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3.2: Innovation Ecosystem

3.2.1: Institution has created an ecosystem for innovations, Indian Knowledge System (IKS),including awareness   about IPR, establishment of IPR cell, Incubation centre and other initiatives for the creation and transfer of knowledge/technology and the outcomes of the same are evident

The C M Science college has traditionally been known as a trendsetting institution in knowledge generation. In fact, many of its alumni were instrumental in establishing departments and institutes across the country. In continuation with our impetus on facilitation of research, the College in the last few years decided to encourage, empower and facilitate our faculty as well as students and society to do innovative research leading to enhancement of entrepreneurial skills.

College conduct regular workshops and training programmes to train and encourage Research activities. Physics Department has developed it’s research laboratory significantly in last 5 years. The chemistry is department is helping research and PG students for their research work. Department of Chemistry also developed the research laboratory to conduct research work. PhD students are enrolled ubder the supervision of faculties in department to conduct their research with the help of research laboratory and it’s effect is visible in form of quality publication from college.

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3.2.2: Number of workshops/seminars/conferences including on Research Methodology, Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and entrepreneurship conducted during the last five years

10

3.2.2.1: Total number of workshops/seminars/conferences including programs conducted on Research Methodology, Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and entrepreneurship year wise during last five years

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

3                   1                   6                   0                   0

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3.3: Research Publications and Awards

3.3.1: Number of research papers published per teacher in the Journals notified on UGC care list during the last five years

1.38

3.3.1.1: Number of research papers in the Journals notified on UGC CARE list year wise during the last five years

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

13                 14                 8                   8                   8

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Number of teaching staff / full time teachers during the last five years (Without repeat count): : 37

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3.3.2: Number of books and chapters in edited volumes/books published and papers published in national/ international conference proceedings per teacher during last five years

0.7

3.3.2.1: Total number of books and chapters in edited volumes/books published and papers in national/ international conference proceedings year wise during last five years

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

6                  6                   2                  6                   6

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3.4: Extension Activities

3.4.1: Outcomes of Extension activities in the neighborhood community in terms of impact and sensitizing the students to social issues for their holistic development during the last five years.

The students are exposed to cross-cutting issues, through rallies, street plays and webinars including care of the young, old, infirm and weak. Health and hygiene, Gender sensitization, emergencies, environmental consciousness and values are also imbibed and strengthened for redressal at societal level. Various commemorative days, weeks and fortnights increase awareness of students towards society.

Talks Government officers and NGO workers supplemented by exposure to real life situations is through activities of various Cells and associations. Blood donation camps are regularly organized. Extension during COVID is being carried out online through webinars for all stakeholders, encompassing diverse social topics. They have made students more aware and responsible. Students have participated in the webinars by planning and anchoring, adding to their holistic development. Thus, the ‘spirit of college students is gradually ingrained in our students through these activities as they progress through the various programs. The NCC and NSS unit of the college has distributed Masks and Sanitizer to poor and needy people in collaboration with Dr. Prabhat Das Foundation.

  • Awareness Programme for student welfare schemes of central government organised by CM Science college in collaboration with Dr. Prabhat Das Foundation.
  • Polio awareness Programme was Organised by C M Science college in collaboration with the Dr. Prabhat Das Foundation.
  • Environmental Awareness Programme was Organised by C M Science college in collaboration with the Dr. Prabhat Das Foundation.
  • Beti Padhao Beti Bachao awareness Programme was Organised by C M Science college in collaboration with the Dr. Prabhat Das Foundation.
  • Traffic awareness Programme was Organised by C M Science college in collaboration with the Dr. Prabhat Das Foundation.
  • Blood donation camp was Organised by C M Science college in collaboration with the Dr. Prabhat Das Foundation.
  • International Yoga day was Organised by C M Science college.
  • Employment linked awareness programme was organized by C M Science college Darbhanga.
  • Awareness programme on ban on plastic was organized by C M Science college Darbhanga.
  • Surgical strike diwas was organized by C M Science college Darbhanga.
  • National Aids Day was organized by C M Science college Darbhanga.
  • World environment day was celebrated by C M Science college Darbhanga.

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3.4.2: Awards and recognitions received for extension activities from government / government recognised bodies-

NILL

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3.4.3: Number of extension and outreach programs conducted by the institution through organized forums including NSS/NCC with involvement of community during the last five years.

98

3.4.3.1: Number of extension and outreach Programs conducted in collaboration with industry, community, and Non- Government Organizations through NSS/ NCC etc., year wise during the last five years

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

39                 35                 10                 6                   8

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3.5: Collaboration

3.5.1: Number of functional MoUs/linkages with institutions/ industries in India and abroad for internship, on-the-job training, project work, student / faculty exchange and collaborative research during the last five years.

0

Summary of the functional MoUs/linkage/collaboration indicating start date, end date, nature of collaboration etc.

 

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4.1: Physical Facilities

4.1.1: The Institution has adequate infrastructure and other facilities for,

  • teaching – learning, viz., classrooms, laboratories, computing equipment etc
  • ICT – enabled facilities such as smart class, LMS etc.

Facilities for Cultural and sports activities, yoga centre, games (indoor and outdoor), Gymnasium, auditorium etc (Describe the adequacy of facilities in maximum of 500 words.)

The College has sufficient infrastructure to keep pace with its academic growth. The College has five campuses. The main campus of the College housing various departments is located in the heart of Darbhanga town, near Tower Chowk. Campus no. 03 near Lalbag Head Post office houses Einstein (Boys) Hostel and Indoor stadium where as campus no-04 and 05 near MRM Girls High School  house Teachers quarters and Womens  Hostel respectively. Campus no. 02 near Musha sah High school houses Aryabhatta Hostel,  which was reduntant due to earthquake is at present under construction by Power Grid Corporation at an estimated cost of Rs. 7.5 crores under its CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) scheme.

Recently, a PG Chemistry block has been constructed by RUSA grant. The College has 33 classrooms out of which 06 classrooms are Lecture Theater type with gallery; each can easily accommodate upto 120 students. 04 classrooms are of bigger size and can accommodate more than 120 students. 10 classrooms are of smaller size and can accommodate up to 60 students. In addition to classrooms, the College has 08 Smart classes with interactive board facility, 08 classes with projector facility, 20 laboratories and 01 computer lab. The College has a very big central library having two big Reading rooms. The College has five large auditorium. There are other facilities such as cool and clean drinking water and wash rooms for students and the faculty. The College also has a health centre. The college has a placement and counselling centre too.

For power supply, College has two large generators for power backup. The college has a canteen, a room for the visiting doctor, a branch of the Post Office, and two hostels. All the departments and the offices have internet facility.

Classroom:

  •        In the main campus, there are 33 classrooms out of which 04 classrooms are larger in size; each can easily accommodate more than 120 students
  •        06 classrooms are of Lecture Theatre type with Gallery and can accommodate up to 120 students
  •        10 classrooms are of smaller size and can accommodate up to 60 students
  • In addition to classrooms, the College has 08 Smart classes with interactive board facility, 08 classes with projector facility, 20 laboratories and 01 computer lab.

ICT Facilities:

  • IT enabled teaching has been introduced in most of the subjects. Computers with internet facility have been made available in all the departments and library.
  • IT enabled teaching is regularly carried out through interactive board (Smart class) and overhead projector. Also computers with internet facility are already available in each and every department to motivate student familiar with ICT.  Thus, ICT has been incorporated and made integral part of the college and as well as curriculum.

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4.1.2: Percentage of expenditure for infrastructure development and  augmentation excluding salary during the last five years

42.26

4.1.2.1: Expenditure for infrastructure development and augmentation, excluding salary year wise during last five years (INR in lakhs)

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

4.59              26.55            26.84            54.11            19.31

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Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5

40.31  69.46  69.52  83.2    48.46

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4.2: Library as a Learning Resource

4.2.1: Library is automated with digital facilities using Integrated Library Management System (ILMS), adequate subscriptions to e-resources and journals are made.  The library is optimally used by the faculty and students

The College library is kept open on all working days, including examination days between 08:00 AM and 05:00 PM.

  •   All services are available in the Central library such as book transactions, internet service, reference service, periodicals, etc.
  •   The library has two large Reading Rooms, which can accommodate up to 80 students at a time.
  •   The ambience of the reading room is very pleasant.
  •   The reading room is open on all working days between 08:00 AM and 05:00 PM.

A separate enclosure for magazines and periodicals exists.

  •   Sufficient library staff are available to maintain the library resources.
  • All the functions of the library are computerized, which ensures effective services.

Facilities available in the library:

  •   The library is fully computerized.
  •   There are 10 computers, with internet facility in the library.
  •   Bar coding is being introduced soon.
  •   The central library has subject specific and general books.
  • Reprographic facilities are also available in the Central library.

In order to cater to the needs of users, following arrangements have been made:-

  •   Subject specific and general books both are available in the central library.
  •      Subject specific books are also available in the departmental library.
  •      Purchases are made on the recommendations of the concerned departments, as per the syllabus revision and need of the students.
  •      Departmental libraries also contain reference books and journals.
  •      All departments have separate computers, with internet facility for students’ use.
  •      Total no. of books available in the Central library stands at 40,214.
  •      Total no. of Title in the Central library stands at 5,519.

Journal Subscription:

The College earlier subscribed 37 Journals. At present 05 new Journals are subscribed. Thus, total no. of Journals available in the College is 42.

  •   Altogether a total sum of Rs. 13.40 Lakh was utilized for the purchase of Books and Journals during the last five years.
  •   There is an archives section in the library having collection of very rare books. Scholars and researchers are allowed access to it.
  •   The archives section consists mainly of publications and manuscripts of the very old days. These are consulted by many scholars.
  •   The archives section contains valuable books related to pre-independence period.

On-line and internet services:

On-line and internet services are available in the library.

  • At present there are 10 no. of computers equipped with internet facility for the use of the students during library hours which is 08:00 AM to 05:00 PM.
  • Various departments also have separate computers with internet facility for the students.
  • Library is made completely automated.
  •  Bar coding is being introduced.
  •  Computers with internet facility have been made available.
  • To make library user friendly books are fully computerized. Any user can easily locate his book of need.
  • Reference section has been marked separately.
  • Magazines, periodicals, local and national dailies are kept in separate enclosure.
  • Information regarding new arrivals is displayed.

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4.3: IT Infrastructure

4.3.1: Institution frequently updates its IT facilities and provides sufficient bandwidth for internet connection Describe IT facilities including Wi-Fi with date and nature of updation, available internet bandwidth within a maximum of 500 words-

The College has extended computer facility in all the departments as well as in the Central Library. The internet facility is also available.  All the departments have been provided with individual user ID and Password.

  •        The office of the Principal has 2 computers with internet facility.
  •        All departments are equipped with computer and internet facility for both faculty and students.
  •        The library has 10 computers with internet facility, which can be used by the students during library hours.
  •        In addition to these, the college is Wi-fi enabled.
  •        The speed of Internet in office and as well as departmental area is 200 mbps and in library the speed of Internet is 40 mbps.

Keeping in view the importance of IT, College has made all possible efforts to increase computer awareness and has motivated teachers to use this resource in the teaching-learning process. The following steps have been taken in this regard:

  •        Interactive boards and overhead projectors have been installed in many classrooms for IT enabled teaching.
  •        The College has a total of 100 computers.

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4.3.2: Student – Computer ratio (Data for the latest completed academic year)

50.2

4.3.2.1: Number of computers available for students usage during the latest completed academic year:

30

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Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5

1506   1370   1268   1173   928

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4.4: Maintenance of Campus Infrastructure

4.4.1: Percentage expenditure incurred on maintenance of physical facilities and academic support facilities excluding salary component, during the last five years (INR in Lakhs)

57.74 %

4.4.1.1: Expenditure incurred on maintenance of infrastructure (physical facilities and academic support facilities) excluding salary component year wise during the last five years (INR in lakhs)

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

35.72            42.91            42.68            29.09            29.15

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Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5

40.31  69.46  69.52  83.2    48.46

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5.1: Student Support

5.1.1: Percentage of students benefited by scholarships and freeships provided by the institution, government and non-government bodies, industries, individuals, philanthropists during the last five years

72.11

5.1.1.1: Number of students benefited by scholarships and freeships provided by the institution, Government and non-government bodies, industries, individuals, philanthropists during the last five years

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

808               1358             1191             1130             16

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Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5

1506   1370   1268   1173   928

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5.1.2: Following capacity development and skills enhancement activities are organised for improving students’ capability

  1. Soft skills
  2. Language and communication skills
  3. Life skills (Yoga, physical fitness, health and hygiene)
  4. ICT/computing skills
  5. All of the above
  6. 3 of the above
  7. 2 of the above
  8. 1 of the above
  9. None of the above

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5.1.3: Percentage of students benefitted by guidance for competitive examinations and career counseling offered by the Institution during the last five years

0

5.1.3.1: Number of students benefitted by guidance for competitive examinations and career counselling offered by the institution year wise during last five years

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

0                   0                   0                   0                   0

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Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5

1506   1370   1268   1173   928

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5.1.4: The institution adopts the following for redressal of student grievances including sexual harassment and ragging cases

  1. Implementation of guidelines of statutory/regulatory bodies
  2. Organisation wide awareness and undertakings on policies with zero tolerance
  3. Mechanisms for submission of online/offline students’ grievances
  4. Timely redressal of the grievances through appropriate committees
  5. All of the above
  6. 3 of the above
  7. 2 of the above
  8. 1 of the above
  9. None of the above

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5.2: Student Progression

5.2.1: Percentage of placement of outgoing students and students progressing to higher education during the last five years

9.31 %

5.2.1.1: Number of outgoing students placed and / or progressed to higher education year wise during the last five years

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

110               109               56                 83                 0

5.2.1.2: Number of outgoing students year wise during the last five years

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

963               762               692               702               726

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Number and List of students placed along with placement details such as name of the company, compensation, etc and links to Placement order(the above list should be available on institutional website)

 

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5.2.2: Percentage of students qualifying in state/national/ international level examinations during the last five years

0.11

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2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

4                   0                   0                   0                   0

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5.3: Student Participation and Activities

5.3.1: Number of awards/medals for outstanding performance in sports/ cultural activities at University / state/ national / international level (award for a team event should be counted as one) during the last five years

35

5.3.1.1: Number of awards/medals for outstanding performance in sports/cultural activities at  national/international level (award for a team event should be counted as one) year wise during the last five years

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

20                 4                   7                   4                   0

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5.3.2: Average number of sports and cultural programs in which students of the Institution participated during last five years (organised by the institution/other institutions)

0.6

5.3.2.1: Number of sports and cultural programs in which students of the Institution participated year wise during last five years

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

3                   0                   0                   0                   0

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5.4: Alumni Engagement

5.4.1: There is a registered Alumni Association that contributes significantly to the development of the institution through financial and/or other support services

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6.1: Institutional Vision and Leadership

6.1.1: The institutional governance and leadership are in accordance with the vision and mission of the Institution and it is visible in various institutional practices such as NEP implementation, sustained institutional growth, decentralization, participation in the institutional governance and in their short term and long term Institutional Perspective Plan.

The Principal, Bursar, Controller of Examination, the all the Heads of the Departments, Co-ordinators of IQAC provide effective leadership enabling the College to fulfill its all mission of excellence in education and empowerment of the weaker sections of society. Besides the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), there are a number of other important committees to perform the various functions related to the College administration.

  •   The mission of the College is to impart quality education as well as  skills for solving real life problems.
  •    The motto of the college is to “nurture young minds in Science education”.

College has the practice of constituting committees for carrying out its various functions, thereby delegating responsibilities to the teachers and non-teaching staff, taking along the students. This reflects an environment of effective leadership through decentralization and collective participation. C. M. Science college has following mentioned committees to distribute the administrative work among teachers

1)         Building -cum-Campus Maintenance Committee

2)         Disciplinary Committee

3)         Central sales and Purchase committee

4)         Sports and cultural wing

5)         Women empowerment cell

6)         Magazine committee

7)         Grievance redressal cell

8)         Anti-Sexual Harassment cell

9)         Career counselling cell

10)       Monitoring boys common room

11)       Monitoring Girls common room

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6.2: Strategy Development and Deployment

6.2.1: The institutional perspective plan is effectively deployed and functioning of the institutional bodies is effective and efficient as visible from policies, administrative setup, appointment, service rules, and procedures, etc

The College is a Constituent Unit of L. N. Mithila University, Darbhanga and hence is managed and maintained by the University.

The administrative and academic head of the College is Principal, who in turn is appointed by the University, upon the recommendation of University Selection Committee. The tenure of the Principal is of five years maximum.

Efficient and effective leadership is provided through de-centralization in the form of setting up of various policy making bodies such as the Development Committee, Building Committee, Purchase Committee, IQAC, Admission Committee, Sports & Culture Committee, Publication Committee, Discipline Committee, Anti-Ragging Committee, Placement and Career counselling Cell, Grievance Redressal Cell, etc.

These committees comprise of faculty members, who meet periodically and interact on the matters coming under their jurisdiction.

  •    The existence of such consultative committees and the active involvement of the faculty assist principal in carrying out the duties of head of the institution.
  •    The principal provides valuable guidance in planning, organizing and execution of all academic activities and administrative activities.
  •    He maintains a cordial relationship with the staff and all the stakeholders.

Principal is accountable for maintaining transparency in the admission of students, finance, conduct of various committee meetings, student’s welfare, discipline and all regular activities of the College.

The principal is assisted by Bursar, Hostel Superintendent, the Controller of examination, the heads of the departments and faculty members in taking administrative and academic decisions. The decisions on the curriculum of various courses are taken care of by the Board of Studies constituted at University level, in which senior faculty members of the College are essential members.

The principal plays a key role in all administrative and academic matters as he is the Chairman of Development Committee, Building Committee, Purchase Committee and IQAC.

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6.2.2: Institution implements e-governance in its operations

  1. Administration
  2. Finance and Accounts
  3. Student Admission and Support
  4. Examination
  5. All of the above
  6. 3 of the above
  7. 2 of the above
  8. 1 of the above
  9. None of the above

Screen shots of user interfaces of each module reflecting the name of the HEI

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Institutional expenditure statements for the budget heads of e-governance implementation ERP Document

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Annual e-governance report approved by the Governing Council/ Board of Management/ Syndicate Policy document on e-governance

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6.3: Faculty Empowerment Strategies

6.3.1: The institution has performance appraisal system, effective welfare measures for teaching and non-teaching staff and avenues for career development/progression-

The college has well-defined welfare measures for the Staff.

Non-monetary welfare measures :

Leave is readily sanctioned to the staff for personal work, attending Refresher Course/ Orientation Program/seminars etc. Faculty members are encouraged for research and publications for their career advancement. Free Wi-Fi facility Dedicated cabins/workspaces, separate reading and computer space in the library. Separate parking for Staff Wards of staff get priority in admission. Provision for appointment for the dependents of the non-teaching staff on compassionate grounds. CCTVs and security guards ensure security of staff Water coolers on each floor. Washrooms for staff in all departments.

Financial :

Advance, if requested, to the newly appointed staff against the salary due as regular salary starts in 3-4 months. Advance to the non-teaching staff, in the month of March when salaries are delayed due to financial closing at government level.

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6.3.2: Percentage of teachers provided with financial support to attend conferences/workshops and towards membership fee of professional bodies during the last five years

0

6.3.2.1: Number of teachers provided with financial support to attend conferences/workshops and towards membership fee of professional bodies year wise during the last five years

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

0                   0                   0                   0                   0

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Number of teaching staff / full time teachers year wise during the last five years

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5

37       26       31       31       38

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Policy document on providing financial support to teachers

 

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Copy of letter/s indicating financial assistance to teachers and list of teachers receiving financial support year-wise under each head.

 

Audited statement of account highlighting the financial support to teachers to attend conferences / workshop s and towards membership fee for professional bodies

 

6.3.3: Percentage of teaching and non-teaching staff participating in Faculty development Programmes (FDP), Management Development Programmes (MDPs) professional development /administrative training programs during the last five years

3.26

6.3.3.1: Total number of teaching and non-teaching staff participating in Faculty development Programmes (FDP), Management Development Programmes (MDPs) professional development /administrative training programs during the last five years

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

1                   9                   2                   4                   0

6.3.3.2: Number of non-teaching staff year wise during the last five years

2021-22        2020-21        2019-20        2018-19        2017-18

58                 60                 65                 70                 75

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Number of teaching staff / full time teachers year wise during the last five years

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5

37       26       31       31       38

Refresher course/Faculty Orientation or other programmes as per UGC/AICTE stipulated periods, as participated by teachers year-wise.

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Copy of the certificates of the program attended by teachers.

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Annual reports highlighting the programmes undertaken by the teachers

 

6.4: Financial Management and Resource Mobilization

6.4.1: Institution has strategies for mobilization and optimal utilization of resources and funds from various sources (government/ nongovernment organizations) and it conducts financial audits regularly (internal and external)

C M Science College follows the accounting procedures and rules as laid down by university statutes.

  1. The institution is funded by the UGC.
  2. As per the rules, most of the financial transactions are done on the Public Financial Management System (PFMS). The Principal and the Bursar, who is a senior teaching faculty of the College, are the disbursing authorities.
  3. All purchases are routed through the constituted Purchase Committee. Major infrastructural purchases are done through Government e-Marketing (GeM) which enhances transparency, efficiency and speed in public procurement.
  4. All rules for purchases, including raising of quotations and tenders are followed and proper bills (with GST, wherever applicable) are documented.
  5. Deductions for Income Tax and Provident Fund are done as per the rules. A salary certificate is issued to the staff at the end of each year.
  6. Internal Financial Audit: The College has a full-fledged Accounts Department headed by the Accountant who is responsible for supervising all the accounting processes of the Institution. Staff members are asked to submit the Minutes of the meetings and other valid documentation proof, which is attested and attached as support for all transactions and expenditures. This process ensures that a proper record and justification are available for all the expenditures and payments. College conducts Internal Financial Audit periodically by reviewing and cross-checking every transaction at multiple points through Accountant, Bursar, and the principal.
  7. The Lalit Narayan Mithila University also conducts the Financial Audit of the College.
  8. External Financial Audit: Being a government-funded institution, the College takes the lead in conducting external financial audits annually to maintain the highest level of trust, transparency and integrity. External Financial Audit is conducted by the external CA. The Accounts Department engages in the process, presenting the necessary supporting documents and explanations to queries, wherever necessary.
  9. Audit objections, if any, are raised through an official letter from the auditors. These are carefully considered and appropriate explanations are immediately made through a written report. Rectifications, if any, are to be made in the accounts of the next financial year.
  10. The College receives money from government agencies for conducting academic and extra curricular programmes. The funds are disbursed on the basis of the utilization certificates duly audited and attested by the official Chartered Accountant (CA) of the College. The CA also files various returns for the College.

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6.5: Internal Quality Assurance System

6.5.1: Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) has contributed significantly for institutionalizing the quality assurance strategies and processes. It reviews teaching learning process, structures & methodologies of operations and learning outcomes at periodic intervals and records the incremental improvement in various activities

1)         During corona pandemic IQAC, C M Science college has motivated teachers to conducts online classes for betterment of students. All the teachers started taking online classes and prepared the class notes in online mode to share with students through various online accessible platforms (College website, Whatsapp group, Google Meet and Zoom). The notes uploaded by concerning faculties proves to be very beneficial for students regarding their exam preparation.

2)         A lecture series was started on topic “Understanding Science and Society” during corona pandemic in online mode. The lectures of experts from around the globe were organized via online platform proves to be very beneficial for faculties and students which exhibited by the large number of online presences of participants.

3)         IQAC C. M. Science college motivated Teachers from college to visit the neighboring village which is adopted by college to educated the students of local society. In this programme teachers from college made one day visit to TARALAHI village and educated students from local society.

4)         MURAL lecture series was started by IQAC C. M. Science college. The external subject experts invited for different subjects which proves to be very helpful for students in finishing their curriculum and to have better understanding of different topics.

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6.5.2: Quality assurance initiatives of the institution include:

  1. Regular meeting of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC); quality improvement initiatives identified and implemented
  2. Academic and Administrative Audit (AAA) and follow-up action taken
  3. Collaborative quality initiatives with other institution(s)
  4. Participation in NIRF and other recognized rankings
  5. Any other quality audit/accreditation recognized by state, national or international agencies such as NAAC, NBA etc.
  6. Any 4 or more of the above
  7. Any 3 of the above
  8. Any 2 of the above
  9. Any 1 of the above
  10. None of the above

Quality audit reports/certificate as applicable and valid for the assessment period.  

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NIRF report, AAA report and details on follow up actions

 

List of Collaborative quality initiatives with other institution(s) along with brochures and geo-tagged photos with caption and date.

 

Link to Minute of IQAC meetings, hosted on HEI website

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7.1: Institutional Values and Social Responsibilities

7.1.1: Institution has initiated the Gender Audit and measures for the promotion of gender equity during the last five years. Describe the gender equity & sensitization in curricular and co-curricular activities, facilities for women on campus etc., within 500 words-

To promote Gender equity-

  1. Gender equity based education is included in Curriculum.
  2. Girls are provided with reservation in admission process by Bihar Government.
  3. Very nominal fee for girls students.
  4. Scholarship is provided to girl students on successful passing the graduation by Bihar government.
  5. Counselling by women’s empowerment cell for girl student by college.
  6. Girl participation in NCC is highly encouraged by college which reflects by NCC cadets in girls wing of college.
  7. Girl common room is made for girls students in college.

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7.1.2: The Institution has facilities and initiatives for

  1. Alternate sources of energy and energy conservation measures
  2. Management of the various types of degradable and nondegradable waste
  3. Water conservation
  4. Green campus initiatives
  5. Disabled-friendly, barrier free environment
  6. None of the above

D.1 of the above

  1. 2 of the above
  2. 3 of the above
  3. 4 or All of the above

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Policy document on the green campus/plastic free campus.

 

Geo-tagged photographs/videos of the facilities.

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Circulars and report of activities for the implementation of the initiatives document

 

Bills for the purchase of equipment’s for the facilities created under this metric

 

7.1.3: Quality audits on environment and energy regularly undertaken by the Institution. The institutional environment and energy initiatives are confirmed through the following

  1. Green audit / Environment audit
  2. Energy audit
  3. Clean and green campus initiatives
  4. Beyond the campus environmental promotion activities
  5. None of the above
  6. Any 1 of the above
  7. Any 2 of the above
  8. Any 3 of the above
  9. All of the above

Report on Environmental Promotional activities conducted beyond the campus with geo tagged photographs with caption and date

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Policy document on environment and energy usage Certificate from the auditing agency

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Green audit/environmental audit report from recognized bodies

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Certificates of the awards received from recognized agency (if any).

 

7.1.4: Describe the Institutional efforts/initiatives in providing an inclusive environment i.e., tolerance and harmony towards cultural, regional, linguistic, communal socioeconomic and Sensitization of students and employees to the constitutional obligations: values, rights, duties and responsibilities of citizens (Within 500 words)

  1. In pursuit of its vision and mission, C. M. Science College recognizes, values and takes into account the differences in people’s backgrounds, experiences, knowledge, needs and skills to create a cohesive community and effective workforce. Diversity includes keeping an open mind to differences among cultures, regions, languages and socio-economic environment.
  2. M. Science College follows the Lalit Narayan Mithila University rules and regulations related to socio-economic categories for appointment of outsource staff and admission of students.
  3. Classroom lectures are bilingual, as and when required, and study materials are provided both in English.
  4. Maithili is offered as a language course in B.Sc. (H). Linguistic diversity is brought into pedagogy, especially in the Department of English, through the study of texts translated from many Indian Languages.
  5. Fee concession to poor students is provided after careful scrutiny.
  6. The Bihar Government Scholarships are also provided on need-cum-merit basis.
  7. Laptops and books are issued to needy students.
  8. Individual faculty put in practice various methods to identify slow and advanced learners in each class and cater to their differential needs and skills. Under the Mentor-Mentee programme of the College, each student is formally attached with a mentor teacher of the Department. The student can approach the mentor for any academic or personal issues. These efforts help in not only reducing learning gaps but also promotes tolerance and harmony.
  9. A compulsory personality development course encourages holistic development and assists in confidence building of students.
  10. The UGC-mandated Equal Opportunity Cell of the College oversees the effective implementation of policies and programmes for disadvantaged groups, and provides guidance and counselling with respect to academic, financial, social and other matters to enhance the diversity within the campus.
  11. The Maithili Dance, the Mithilanchal Folk Dance (Jhijhiya) group of C. M. Science College, preserves the traditional qualities of the Maithili culture.
  12. The College inculcates tolerance, communal harmony and inclusivity among the students and staff by celebrating national and international commemorative days, events and festivals.
  13. M. Science College is consistently engaged in translating into action the values, rights, duties and responsibilities of citizens as enshrined in the Constitution of India.
  14. In-built within the academic and administrative practices of the College, is a sense of responsibility and duty, which is reflected in practices involving teaching, research, examination, evaluation and admission.
  15. The Anti-ragging Committee, the Internal Complaints Committee, the Discipline Committee, the Equal Opportunity Cell, SC/ST Observation Committee and Admission Grievance Committee to create a duty conscious community.
  16. A variety of activities, involving a large number of students, are conducted to celebrate Voter’s Day, Ambedkar Jayanti, Good Governance Day, Constitution Day, Women’s Day and Human Rights Day.
  17. The NSS Unit of the College works towards reaching out to the larger community and engaging in social work.
  18. College believes that the creation of a good citizen, both students and staff, is possible when there is a conducive workplace for the fulfilment of an individual’s aspirations and desires.

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7.2: Best Practices

7.2.1: Describe two best practices successfully implemented by the Institution as per NAAC format provided in the Manual

  1. Title:

Rain water harvesting system at college

  1. Objectives of the Practice:

College has developed it’s own system for rainwater harvesting to save and use the rainwater.

  1. The Context
  2. M. Science college is dedicated to achieve this goal by developing the rainwater harvesting system at the campus.
  3. The Practice

College have made a big pond at the specified place at college in such a manner that the rain water gets collected into it.

  1. Evidence of Success

The water logging problem of campus gets solved after maintain the rainwater harvesting system.

  1. Problems Encountered and Resources Required

The main hurdle during this project was funding.

 

  1. Title:

Science Magic for all

  1. Objective:

To demonstrate the science experiments in schools

  1. The context:

The science experiments in schools generates interest about scientific phenomenon in children and provide them a platform to develop their thinking and skill.

  1. The Practice: C.M. Science college being a science college have all science departments with experienced and skilled faculties. The college developed the practice of visiting near by schools to demonstrate the basic scientific experiments related to physics and chemistry. The skilled and experienced faculties demostrates the exprimets and make them aware about the opportunities and facts about the science subjects.
  2. Evidence of Success:

1) STudent’s interest in science subject increased, ahich is visible be increasing number of enrollment of students.

2) College gets appreciation from schools and students to expand this kind of practice.

3) College faculties get opportunities to demostrate their scientific experimental skills.

College conducted various events and students gets better opportunity.

  1. Problems Encountered and Resources Required

1) Communication issues as students from rural background were having difficulty in understanding the scientific terms.

2) Due to very tight schedule of classes at college, faculties were having difficulty in maging the daily routine and practice.

3) No additional funding was given for the practice.

Best practices as hosted on the Institutional website

 

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7.3: Institutional Distinctiveness

7.3.1: Portray the performance of the Institution in one area distinctive to its priority and thrust within 1000 words

The vision of C. M. Science College is ‘An institution of national standards and to create a centre of academic excellence for students in the field of higher education proficient to stand in a globalised world’. To cultivate competence and efficiency along with character and integrity amongst the youth in the rural area, the institution makes die-hard efforts for the creation of a society that is not only progressive but also inclusive since 1938. The habitat, floral and faunal density and diversity, to the mark infrastructure, and sufficient residential facilities (Boys Hostel Girls Hostel-under process) for needy and poor boy and girl students contribute to the sustenance of the institution in higher education.

The college’s vision and mission centre on uplifting and enhancing the capacities of rural kids and, by extension of the rural population. So, educating rural pupils with high-quality content contributes significantly to the development of young people in rural areas. As a result, the institution has worked tirelessly from its inception to ensure that as many people as possible in the institution’s home region have access to higher education. According to student enrolment statistics, 55% of graduate students are female out of which 90% come from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. As a result, the institution caters to the educational needs of those from disadvantaged backgrounds. There is also a facility for providing clean drinking water. Since there are so many power outages, the college has a big generator of 24 KVA to help with backup power.

The college offers a certificate course in “MUSHROOM  CULTIVATION and HERBEL MEDICINE  ” to rural residents, who are dependent on agriculture. As the students pursue both UG and PG degrees, they gain more practical expertise in agriculture, which helps them to address the employability issue. In rural regions, MUSHROOM CULTIVATION and HERBEL MEDICINE are key role.

The college has an Internal Complaint Committee (ICC) that empowers girl students and ensures their safety while attending the college. Additionally, the ICC offers legal training to students on a wide range of relevant legislation that they may encounter in the course of their daily lives.

The library has a good range of books for academic subjects as well as competitive exams, as well as subscriptions to well-known journals. The library also has 5 daily newspapers in different languages. Teachers and students can read different sections of the book while the reference section has access to electronic books, electronic journals and open source books online. The library is open almost 8 hours to visitors. There are approx 40,214 books, including encyclopedias, religious texts, e-books in the library. In addition, the college is a member of the INFLIBNET centre’s which gives our students and teachers access to an unlimited number of electronic resources.

Out of the 37 teachers, 36 hold Ph. D., while 1 are currently enrolled in doctoral programmes. 11 faculty members supervise doctoral students. Each department is supplied with an internet connection. ICT-enabled classrooms serve as a foundation for the teaching-learning process.

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