AQAR  2019-20 ( Criterion 4.4.2.) 

Procedures and policies for maintaining and utilizing physical, academic and support facilities

(2019-20)

The college maintains and utilizes physical, academic and support facilities in the best possible way. Special efforts were made during the session of 2019-20 to improve the connectivity and teaching management facilities. Up to the previous session, the college had only 2 MBPS bandwidth of internet connection which was comprehensively upgraded to 50 MBPS in the session of 2019-20. Efforts were made to upload maximum information including AQARs for the previous session, on the college website. Furthermore, the college acquired Learning Management System (LMS) during this session to bring about qualitative change in the teaching-learning process. The college has near adequate facilities for academic, co-curriculum, sports and cultural activities which is no mean achievement keeping in view the rural location of the college. It is situated in the Tauru block of Nuh District (Mewat area) which was identified as the most backward district of India in a report published by Niti Aayog in April 2018. The college has eight labs in the science block. Besides that, there are two geography labs and three computers labs in the college. The automated library of the college is managed with the help of Integrated Library Management System (ILMS) and it has separate reading spaces for male and female students. The college boasts of a beautiful and well maintained playground. The college has playground for cricket and volleyball. The college has a green campus. The planned plantation and its skillful upkeep are among the strongest points of the college. The college has 95 computers and twelve class rooms half of which are smart class rooms also. The College tries to ensure the availability of latest equipment and up-to-date infrastructure as per the availability of grants/funds made available by the Higher Education Department. The college maintains a systematic procedure for the purchase as well the upkeep of these equipment and other infrastructural facilities. At the end of the academic session stock verification is also done by the various committees constituted for this purpose alone. The development of a video conferencing center is in the pipeline. The procedures and policies for maintaining and utilizing physical, academic and support facilities may be summed up in the following way:

Ø  The college has different committees, teacher in-charges and lab attendants for labs, library and computers centers to look after the maintenance aspect. Day to day maintenance is ensured by the support staff.

Ø   The college has installed CCTV cameras in various parts of the college building with the help of which the whole college can be monitored from one place.

Ø  Suggestion box is installed in the college to take the stakeholders’ feedback and complaints, if any. There is a committee in the college to monitor and check the suggestion box.

Ø  To ensure return of books ‘no dues’ from the library is mandatory for students before the exam.

Ø  With the help of ILMS, students and staff can check whether a book is available in the library or not.