Happy Model Foundations

 

Shivalik College of Education

Mahatma Gandhi Marg, Shiv Nagar, Udhampur-182101(J&K)

 

STATUS REPORT OF B.ED. COLLEGES FOR THE ACADEMIC SESSION 2009-10

 

S.NO

Questions

Our Reply

1

Name of the College

SHIVALIK COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

2

Year of Establishment

1998

3

Address

 

Telephone & Fax No

E-mail

MAHATMA GANDHI MARG, SHIV NAGAR, NH1A, UDHAMPUR

01992 270474

step1998@gmail.com

 

4

Website Address

www.shivalikcollege.in

 

5

Date of Last Inspection & Deficiencies pointed out by the team

18th Oct. 2008

See Point No : 6

 

6

Action Taken Report with regard to the Deficiencies

12th Nov. 2008

See Point No : 6

7

Current Status of the Faculty & Deficiencies in view of prescribed 1:15 teacher/student ration (chart : showing name, date of appointment, mode of appointment) alongwith profile of each faculty member with 2 photographs.

Faculty list as on 01 July

See Point No : 7

8

Improvements/ additions during last year with documentary proof for verification

a)      Addition in infrastructure

b)      Addition in number of books and amount spent

c)      Addition in number of computer, printers, audio-visual aids etc

d)      Any other Significant changes/ improvement made

 

 

 

See Point No : 8

 

 

9

Total number of working days during the session

191 Days ( 181 days from 2nd Nov to 19th June 2010 + 10 days from 3rd Aug to 18 August. )

 

10

Events/ Function organized by the College

See Point No : 10

 

11

Copy of College Magazine/ Prospectus

See Annexure : (IV)

 

12

The Result of Students during last 3 years

Year Results

2006-07 Th- 94.98%

2007-08 Th- 94.75%

2008-09 Th- 93.51 %

13

Any Awards/Scholarship / Financial aid etc. given to the students

See Point No : 13

 

14

Details of student support in the College

See Point No : 14

 

15

Detail account of students activities organized by the College

See Point No : 15

 

 

16

Participation of students in events organized by the University / other College.

See Point No : 16

 

17

Details of any programme organized for the faculty improvement

See Point No : 17

 

 

18

Participation of faculty in any workshop / seminar / refresher course etc.

See Point No : 18

 

19

Details of Extension Lecture delivered by the Renowned Educationists

See Point No : 19

20.

Detail of MICRO and MACRO Teaching Practice organized with names of school and the time schedule

See Point No : 20

See Annexure : (II) as well

 

21.

Does College have any provision for scholarship etc. to poor and needy student? If so, give details for the session 2009-10

See Point No : 21

22.

Does College give incentives to meritorious students? If so, give details for the session 2009-10

See Point No : 22

 

23.

Did the College constitute anti ragging committee. Give list of the committee

See Point No : 23

 

24.

Attach Photographs of major activities listed above.

See Point No : 24

See Annexure : ( V) as well

 

25.

Any Students problems including incidents of ragging during the session and measures taken by the College to tackle these?

See Point No : 25

26.

Have any committee been constituted involving, staff / student, for effective management of the College? If so, give details.

See Point No : 26

27.

Constitution of Management Committee and Minutes of meeting held during the session.

See Annexure : ( III )

28.

Details of Students

a)      Total number of students enrolled during session 2009-10 (including management seats and supernumerary seats.

b)      Male/ Female

c)      Geographical Distribution (state wise)

d)      General & Categories

 

a)      334

 

 

 

b)      Males : 113 & Females : 221 students

c)      See Point No : 28

 

d)      Point No : 28

 

29.

Current status of use of ICT by the students (Give details of facilities available like internet etc)

See Point No : 29

30.

Suggestions for

a)      Better coordination between College & University

b)      Effective monitoring of College

c)      Ensuring regularity of students in classes

d)      Improving quality of education being imparted in your college

 

 

See Point No : 30

31.

Any special features of your college which are not present in other colleges and justify their usefulness

 

See Point No : 31

32.

Keeping in view the facilities available in your college, what should be seat capacity for the current session? And justify the enhancement if any

 

See Point No : 33

33.

Chairperson with Qualification

Mr Mineesh Gulati

MSc(Physics) University of Delhi 3rd Rank

MBA(Forest Management) IIFM ;

B.Ed, University of Jammu 2nd Rank

National Science Resource Fellow

(Ministry of S&T, Govt of India )

34.

Principal with Qualification

Dr. Virakm Gulati

Ph.D(Edu.) Panjab University Chandigarh

M.Ed-University Gold Medal

B.Ed-University Gold Medal PGDCA

Com.( Hons.)-SRCC, University of Delhi

Mode of appointment :

Through Selection Committee.


Note : 1. All points are in annexure (I) containing (16 A4 size sheets )

2. Total Annexures Are ( V) ( Total Sheets Annexure: II & III = 6 sheets )

3. College Bulletin is Annexure : IV & Photographs and News Cuttings are in Annexure ( V)

 

 

 

 

Dated : _________________________

 

Principal

Shivalik College of Education

Udhampur

 

 

Chairman

Shivalik College of Education

Udhampur

 

Cell : 9419160800 / 9419160314 Land Line : 01992 270474

email : step1998@gmail.com

 

 

 

College Web site www.shivalikcollege.in

 

 

 

ANNEXURE : (I) Pages = 16

 

Point No : 6) Status of Observation/Deficiencies pointed out in the previous inspection report

 

 

Defeciencies as pointed in the previous report were got removed. The college noted the observations and responded to your good office, vide our Letter No : F-01A/STEP/2008/2017 Dated 12/11/2008 with regards to as below:

a.       The Principal was got duly selected by the selection committee.

b.      Staff was got duly selected by the selection committee.

c.       DA was enhanced from 30 % to 40% for staff.

d.      Salary of July was released after the Bandh in August 2008.

e.       CPF scheme was started for Non Teaching & Class IV staff.

f.       NAAC accreditation is in the progressive stage.

 

 

Point No: 7) Faculty status as on 01 July 2010

The college has 22 teaching faculty members. The staff selection Panel approval letter and reminders have been sent to your good office. Since the panel could not be got approved therefore some of the the staff could not be regularised. However , in Shivalik the adhoc staff is not relieved , but retained. All teachers are paid salary of 12 months.

The DA has also been enhanced from 40% to 50% from SLARY OF June 2010.

 

S.No

Name of the Teacher

Qualification

Date of Appoint

Whether appointed through Selection Committe

Pay Scale

Basic Pay as on date

D.A. Rate

 

1

DR. VIKRAM GULATI

M.Ed,Ph.D(Edu)

8/10/1998

Yes

12000-420-18300

12,420.00

40%

2

MRS. SUNITA KOUL

M.Phil(Edu), M.Sc(Phy),M.Ed.

1/10/2005

Yes

8000-275-13500

9,650.00

40%

3

MRS. ROHINI SHARMA

M.Phil(Edu), M.Ed.

22/10/2007

Yes

8000-275-13500

8,825.00

40%

4

MRS. POOJA

M.A(Eco.), M.Ed.

13/11/2006

Yes

8000-275-13500

8,550.00

40%

5

MRS. ANJALI VERMA

M.Ed.

01/11/2007

Yes

8000-275-13500

8,000.00

40%

6

MS. SHARON BAKSHI

M.Ed.

01/11/2007

Yes

8000-275-13500

8,000.00

40%

7

MRS. MONIKA VERMA

M.A.(Hindi), B.Ed.

12/11/2007

Yes

8000-275-13500

8,000.00

40%

8

MR. MOHAN LAL

M.A(Hindi),B.Ed.

01/12/2007

Yes

8000-275-13500

8,000.00

40%

9

MS. VIDHU JAMWAL

M.Sc(Math), B.Ed.

01/01/2009

YES

8000-275-13500

8,000.00

40%

10

MS. SUPRIYA GUPTA

M.Sc(Geog), B.E.d.

02/03/2009

NO

8000 Consolidated

8,000.00

Nil

11

MS.POONAM JANDYAL

M.Sc(Geog), B.E.d.

02/03/2009

NO

8000 Consolidated

8,000.00

Nil

12

MRS.APARNA SHARMA

M.Ed.

09/07/2009

NO

8000 Consolidated

8,000.00

Nil

13

MS.POONAM SALTHIA

M.Ed.

02/11/2009

NO

8000 Consolidated

8,000.00

Nil

14

MRS.PRATIBHA GARG

NET(Edu), M.Ed

02/11/2009

NO

10000 Consolidated

10,000.00

Nil

15

MRS.SUNAMIKA GUPTA

M.Sc( Chem), M.Ed

02/11/2009

NO

8000 Consolidated

8,000.00

Nil

16

MRS.JYOTI VERMA

M.Ed

02/11/2009

NO

8000 Consolidated

8,000.00

Nil

17

MRS.PUJA GUPTA

M.Ed

02/11/2009

NO

8000 Consolidated

8,000.00

Nil

18

MRS.SEEMA

M.A(Eng),B.Ed

02/11/2009

NO

8000 Consolidated

8,000.00

Nil

19

MRS. PALLAVI GUPTA

M.A(Eco), M.Ed

04/01/2010

NO

8000 Consolidated

8,000.00

Nil

20

MS.MANJU SHARMA

M.Ed.

01/04/2010

NO

8000 Consolidated

8,000.00

Nil

21

MRS.KIRTI CHOUHAN

M.A(Eng),B.Ed

06/05/2010

NO

8000 Consolidated

8,000.00

Nil

22

MR. MOHD.IQBAL

M.A(Urdu), B.Ed

04/01/2010

NO

(Part Time Basis )

Lecture Basis

Nil

 

Point No: 8 (a) Additions In Infrastructure :

 

The exisiting campus of the college is already as per the norms. It can accommodate around 450 students in its present infrastructure. However :

The Followings additions were made and got completed to the infrastructure of the college and the campus in 2008 2010

 

1. A building of 10,000 sft area was completed containing around 24 rooms & having 3 floors.

The two floors area was given to be used as the Udhampur Campus of the Jammu University.

2. The Boundary wall of the college was raised and also A parking shed was built.

 

 

 

 

Point No 8(b) Additions in Books & amount spent:

 

The Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru College library is a well stocked learning floor , containing around 6095 books , including e books , CD ROMs etc. During the period upto 31st March an amount =

Rs 1,00,464 was spent on library books , journals , magazines , e books etc.

 

In addition : 2 Journals were introduced : Digital Learning and Yog Sandesh.

 

 

 

Point No 8(c) Addition In computers , Printers and A/V Aids.

 

Information Technology Usage is a distinct feature of the Shivalik College. The following software & Hardware improvements and additions were made. The major developments being:

 

A) Tie with EDUCOMP for college Classrooms. ( Server containing 4 TB of educational Data taken on Lease )

B) Tie Up with EDUCOMP for IT Lab ( e Learning Lab with 15 machines setup for trainees )

C) Three Broadband connections : Tie up with BSNL.

D) Language Lab Set : Tie Up with e lab KOCHI , Kerela.

E) Digi Tech Web Surfing 24x 7 at the college reception.

 

 

1. Five ( 5 ) Classrooms were fixed with Multimedia Projectors , Computers and computer Podiums as perment fixtures to be elaborately used.

2. The Library was equipped with 4 Multimedia machines.

3. The staff rooms was equipped with 2 Multimedia Machines and 1 Laptop for the Coordinator.

4. Broadband connectivity was provided to the Library , Extended In labs and also wireless network was built.

5. A Digitech - Technology Point was built at the college reception. Fixed with 42 LCD , Multimedia Projector , Sound and DVD Systems for usage by various stakeholders of the college.

6. A New IT Lab was raised . The same is being used for Language Learning and Developing of Lesson Plans.

7. Copy Photo Printer Was purchased for High End Bulk Photo quality Printing.

8. 1 Laptops and 1 Atom PC was purchased along with one Nikkon Digital SLR camera was procured.

 

 

 

 

 

Point No 8(d) Any other significant changes / improvements Made.

 

Improvement is an ongoing process. Some significant improvements include:

 

1. Very good furniture for the Visitors Arae was developed.

2. A new Reception area for the visitors was built.

3. A new Psychologial Testing Lab is coming up.

4. Adequate water cooling machines, purifiers were installed.

5. Campus was developed into wi- fi campus.

6. Very Good furniture for the library was got built.

7. Elaborate Furniture was built for the Computer Labs.

8. Tiles and new water delivery system fixed in toilets of the college.

9. Solar Electricity plant To be got installed in the current year.

10. Fire fighting Extinguishers also installed at vital locations.

 

 

 

 

Point No 10). Events / Functions Organised By The College:

 

At Shivalik , Teacher Training is not considered complete without exposing the trainees to the art and science of organising several and variety of CCA and cultural events . This is also done to award genuine scores to the trainees ( as part of the Evaluation Requirement ( 10 Marks ) fixed by the University. )

Functions :

 

S.No

Event

Period

Collaboration Agency

1.

National Education Week ( 3 Days )

November09

Office of Prog Coordinator NSS Univ of Jammu & Adult Education Centre

2.

Communal Harmony & National Integeration Week

November09

National Foundation for Communal Harmony, New Delhi, Office of Prog Coordinator NSS Univ of Jammu

3.

World AIDS Week & RED RIBBON Rally ( 5 Days)

December09

Health Deptt, J&K Govt. , Office of Prog Coordinator NSS Jammu Univ

4.

National Youth Week ( 10 days )

January10

Office of Prog Coordinator NSS, Univ of Jammu

5.

Mahatma Gandhi Matyrs Day

January 10

College NSS Unit

6.

International Womens Week & WHITE RIBBON Rally ( 3 Days )

March 10

Office of Prog Coordinator NSS, Univ of Jammu

7.

Save Mansar Lake : Eco Activities & Green Rally At Mansar

March 2010

Office of Prog Coordinator NSS, Univ of Jammu

8.

Clean Up India Rally : Green Rally at Katra & Vaishnodevi Enroute

March 2010

HUM : Hand United For Mission & NSS Unit

9.

INTER COLLEGE SPORTS MEET ( 1 Month)

April10

SIQAC : The Month Long Events saw Shivalik Winning 5 TROPHIES .

10.

INTER COLLEGE CULTURAL MEET ( 1 Week )

May10

SIQAC : Event Witnessed by Honble Vice Chancellor and Dignitaries from The University and State.

11.

EARTH Week Celebrations ( 1 Day )

June 2010

HUM , Forest Deptt J&K Govt & Office of Prog Coordinator NSS, Univ of Jammu

12.

Excursion to Sanasar & Nathatop Heights

June 2010

Hum & NSS Cell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Point No : 13). Any awards / scholarships / financial aid etc given to the student.

 

Prizes and Awards form the distinct feature of Shivalik College of Education. We strongly believe in the Theory of Reinforcement of Desirable Learnings. In this regard there is a provision of Awarding:

 

 

I) Prizes and Awards:

 

 

o       Prizes / Merit Certificates / Medals , at the end of each training activity.

o       Merit Certificates and Przes at the end of each Co urricular Activity.

o       Awards and recognition Citations for those who participate in Inter College or outside the college events.

o       There are Prizes and Prizes in different areas of Performance ( Refer Annexures ).

 

 

 

 

II) Finacial Aid & Scholarships:

 

         The college helps any desirous student to fund his education. In the past and also in the current session there are students whose entire fees for the programme has been funded by the college.

         The college funds the students even to procure training material from the market.

         The college also funds students who get selected for Outside the state for some National workshop / Training programmes. This Year college has supported DA and Part TA of 4 students.

         The college provided financial assistance for performing in Competitions. The college sports teams were financially supported in all manners. They were able to bag 4 out of 5 trophies in the current Year.

         To the Individuals the college offers a scheme of Pay after you Earn. The trainees sign a bond with the college and pays back his / her University fees after he starts earning. This has been done successfully in the past 3 years.

         Those who excel in University Exams are offered Finacial Benefits as rewards and prizes.

         To pursue higher education say MED after B.Ed the college undertakes all stationery and library expenses of the promising trainees as done in the past.

 

 

 

 

 

Point No : 14) Details of Student Support In The college:

 

Human Resource Development is the main focus in Shivalik College of Education. The college Offers several facilities to the students. The ample Resources : Hardware & Software of the college are meant to be used by the students. Through organisation of Variety of CCA , NSS activities , Training programmes , Encouraging and supporting Students to participate in Events and activities outside the college as well and much more.

 

 

      The Green Healthy and Clean Environment that offers to you its flora and fauna to feel . enjoy and appreciate .

      The well lit classrooms with bright colours and properly ventilated.

      The opportunity to use the college library without paying any fine.

      The open and free access to all ICT Resources including Broadband web surfing.

      The VISHWAS Student Parliament for Student Service ( A Body of the Students ).

      The always available Clean, filtered, cold water in three machines.

      The ever ready staff to help in remedial work and guidance.

      The tutorial support. Ask / Seek and You shall Get it.

      The Orientation Programme before every activity, for we want every one to excel.

      Nothing is left to chance. Very Good and computer assisted Teaching in ICT equipped Halls.

      The English Language Lab specially procured from Kochi Kerela.

      The EDUCOMP Multimedia, Web supported Learning to plan , frame and execute Lesson Plans.

      The access to the laboratory facilities of the Experimental School : Happy Model.

      Around 400 DVDs , CD ROMs all for students enhanced performances.

      Technology support provided to any trainee during final teachimg Exam.

      Three Automobiles all for students support and requirements , including emergencies.

      DISH TV Connectivity, DVD Connectivity with 42 inch LCD TV at Reception.

      Two ICT labs all for students.

      Huge Bank of previous years assignments, Micro , Macro , Intern files : To give real Training in Real situations.

      A large size library that can seat 70+ trainees in one go.

      Once a Shivalikan Always A Shivalikan : We provide library support to any trainee pursuing higher course in Education Discipline.

      Easy Xeroxing facilities . Two Digital printers and copiers for quick access and duplication needs of the students.

      The facility to carry home recorded lessons on pen drives.

      The no cost facility of downloading files from the college web sites.

      The support of quick, any where web reporting. Filling e forms for any help is just a button away. Hundreds have benefited.

      The Yoga Facility for cool Head and calm mind.

      The availability of softwares which are industry based and being used in Nation wide schools. Trainees can get hands on practice on these : eg. Time Table Framing , Result Processing , Scan to document conversion , Web Designing etc.

      The variety of PPTs , AV Aid s , Multimedia Aids to spark the imagination of the trainee.

      The friendly office staff and positive attitude of supporting staff .

      The college that trains you to become a trainer, by the time you finish your course.

      We also support trainees to open schools in their tehsils and villages within and outside the state.

      Student Placement Cell : To help you to prepare for Intreviews and get selected in elite schools.

      The College Alumni Cell supports you year after year. Just Knock at us : We will stand up to serve you.

      The experimental school support is one of the biggest asset of Shivalik College.

      We train to carry out / administer and score and interpret psychological tests.

      We train you to get friendly with emerging technologies.

      The Power Backup through Generators ensure every time power supply.

      The support to help you to prepare for further competitive exams .

      Meet The Seniors - An event that attempts to remove all worries and anxieties about the programme.

      Watch Recorded Videos , Pictures of Various aspects of variety of Training programmes. Leave No Doubts and Learn All.

      Read e books , e magazines and e news papers from anywhere on the college website.

      Stay updated and well informed from the college website : www.shivalikcollege.in

      The Bus facility to transport you : To and Fro. Very Safe , Secure and comfortable.

      We support you with prizes and award and rewards. Perform and you shall be felicitated.

      WE promote Excellence. We Promote Enthusiasm. We also nurture Creativity. Shivalikans are Always Different from others.

      20 Groups : 20 Committes . Every trainee belongs to some responsible area. We draw out management trainee out of a teacher trainee as well.

      The team of most dedicated , committed and meritorious staff members. Leave Onto Them.

      Just In case of any complaint we still support you. Lodge One on the college web site and rest assured we will make you satisfied.

 

Point No : 15). Detail account of Student Activities organised by the college :

 

The college sticks to its philosophy formulated in 1998.:

Developing Competencies , Enhancing Performances and Strengthening Commitments on part of the trainees. In this regard the college has designed and put into practice its Innovative STEP since 1998. The college Vision statement and Mission Statement speaks about it concern for nurturing Human Resources. For this the college offers to the trainees ample of opportunities to participate , organise and excel in several broad areas. It offers post training services as well to the trainees. The student activities are existing in these broad areas.

 

S.No

StudentActivities In Areas

S.No

Student Activities in Areas

1.

Training Programme Activities

2.

Organisation of CCA Activities

3.

Sports and Cultural Meets

4.

NSS Activities .

5.

Orientation Activities In different areas.

6.

Remedial Teaching Programme.

7.

Morning Assembly Conduct & Participation

8.

Experiences of the Real School In Its Experimental School Round The year.

9.

Conduct of Quizzes , Brain Storming Sessions etec

10.

Group Dynamics and Team Building Activities

11.

Test Taking and Enhancing Exam Performance Activities

12.

Writing Assignments and taking cycle & class tests.

13.

ICT Activities : Offering Hardware & Software Resources

14.

Prizes and Awards for students.

Point No : 16). Participation of students in event organised by The University / other college

 

Shivalik College of Education Participated in numerous events and activities organised by University of Jammu , Rajiv Gandhi University , HUM NGO , Govt Colleges Jammu & Udhampur , Other Pvt B.Ed Colleges.

Our students went with positive outlook and with the eagerness to learn and perform. They won several prizes and recognition in these events. Details are as below.

 

S.No

Description of the Event (s)

Dates

Place

Agency

Remarks

Awards

1

Youth Movement for Peace

20th Nov

Jammu

YMP

4 students

Merit Certificates

2

DD Srinagar

24th Nov

Srinagar

DD Srinagar

3 students

2 Prizes

3

Inter College Debate

19th Dec

Kathua

Ramisht college

2 students

Certificates

4

AIDS Awareness

1st Dec

Jammu

NSS JU

4 students

12 Certificates

5

Society & Healthy Life Styles

7th Jan 9th Jan

Udhampur

Distt Hospital

12 students

4 prizes

6

Shaheedi Diwas Conference

30th Jan

Jammu

J&K Peace Foundation

10 students

Merit Certificates

7

Training Workshop on Leadership

16th Feb

Udhampur

Sheri Kashmir Police Academy

2 students

Merit Certificate

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

9

Entreprenuership Awareness Camp

15th March

Jammu

J&K ITCO

8 Students.

Merit Certificates

10

Social Skill Development Conference

12th 19th April

Bangalore

RGNYD & NSS Ministry YS&S

6 students

Merit Certificates

11

Student Legal Literacy Club

12th March

Udhampur

Office of CJM

4 students

Merit Certificates

12.

Chess Competition

13th April

Katra

Durga College

2 students

1 Prize

13

Badminton Competition

19th April

Udhampur

Bhartiya College

6 studens

Merit Certifacte

14

Volley Ball Competitions

21st 22nd April

Udhampur

Kalra College

24 students

2 Prizes

15

Debate Competiton

6th April

Udhampur

Govt Women College

4 students

3 Prizes

16

Display Your Talent ( JU )

Jan - April

Jammu

Dean Student Welfare

14 student

2 prizes

17

Cricket Tournament

April 2010

Udhampur

Kalra College

16 student

1 Prize

18.

Cultural Event

1st May 2010

Udhampur

Raj Theatre

52 students

Merit Certificates

19.

Confrence on Economy & Society

6th March 2010

Jammu

Jammu University

45 students

Merit Certificates

20.

Green Rally at Mansar

25th March

Mansar

NSS & HUM

110 students

Merit Certificates

 

 

 

 

 

Point No : 17). Details of any programme organised for faculty improvement.

 

 

Faculty Resource at Shivalik Is Dynamic. It is ever on the path of learning and progressing. In this regard here is an inbuilt training programme for stff held and organised round the year. The staff functions as members of four highly performing and motivated team. Namely

 

         SEEKERS

o       FEELERS

         THINKERS

         DOERS

 

 

The several staff improvement programmes organised round the year are as under

 

 

S.No

Training Programme For Staff Improvement

Period of Training

Training Agency & Resouces

Staff Benefited

1.

MICRO Skill Training & Orientation Programme

10 Days : 2 hrs Daily + Sessions with Experts.

Centre For Innovative Practices In Education, Web Resources of

All staff members

2

HIV - AIDS : Healthy Life Styles Training Programme

3 Days Session

Office of CMO & Medical Supdt

8 Staff Members

3

Workshop on Group Dynamics , Using Brain Storming and Group Discussion.

4 Days Session

Happy Model Foundation

16 staff Members

4

ICT Training Programme

1 Hr Round The Year.

Happy Model Foundation , INTEL Resource s

20 Staff Members

5

Healthy Life Style

5 Days

Art of Living , Bangalore

15 Staff Members

6

Adult Learning , Motivation & Leadership

3 Days

SKPA Police Academy

4 Staff Members

7

MACRO Training & Orientation Programme on RCEM approach

15 Days

SIQAC Cell & Happy Model Foundation

20 staff Members

8

Training In the conduct & supervision of Internship Programme

7 Days

SIQAC Cell & Happy Model Foundation

All Staff Members

9.

Training In Building and conduct of Quizzing Techniques

2 Days

SIQAC Cell & Happy Model Foundation

All Staff Members

10.

Organisation of Several Types of CCA

Round The Year

SIQAC Cell & Happy Model Foundation.

All Staff Members.

11.

NAAC Orientation & Training Programme

2 Weeks

SIQAC Cell & Happy Model Foundation

10 Staff Members.

 

Point No: 18) Participation of Faculty in any workshop / seminar / Refresher course.

 

Faculty Is always Encouraged to participate in Refresher Courses , Attedn Workshops , Seminars . How ever due to some unavoidable reasons and being located Geographically away from Jammu City, much progress is not seen. Still the participation was encouraging:

 

S.No

Theme & Type of Course

Place

Duration

Staff Representation

Period

1.

Refresher Course In Social Sciences

Jammu University

21 days

2 Staff Deputed

October 2009

2.

HIV AIDS & Healthy Life Styles : Workshop

Udhampur

3 Days

8 Staff

December 2009

3.

Adult Learning , Motivation & Leadership : Refresher

SKPA Police Academy , Udhampur

3 Days

4 Staff

February 2010

4.

Public Relations & Community Policing : Workshop

SKPA Police Academy , Udhampur

1 Day

2 Staff

February 2010

5.

Team Building & Transactional Analysis

-          Do -

1 Day

2 Staff

February 2010

6.

Legal Literacy Camp

Office of CJM Udhampur

1 Day

All Staff

March 2010

7.

Seminar on Enhancement In Teacher Education

Sai Shyam College Jammu

2 Days

4 Staff Deputed

March 2010

8.

Leadership Management Workshop

SKPA Police Academy , Udhampur

1 Day

4 Staff Deputed

June 2010

9.

Child Pschology & Skills

APS , Udhampur

3 Days

4 Staff Deputed

June 2010

10.

Social Entreprenuership For College Students

Govt Women College & IIT Roorkee

1 Day

2 Staff Deputed

June 2010

11.

Refresher Course In Education

Jammu University

21 Days

4 Staff deputed

July 2010

Point No : 19) Details of Extension Lecture

 

The Shivalik Lecture Series for Staff and students alike is a distinct feature of the college. The series are aptly titled as Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishanan Lecture Demonstration Series.

 

Every Year around 6 such Lectures series are organised. These Inspiring Narrative and skill promoting lectures are delivered by eminent educationists , social workers and people of high social esteem. They are also invited from outside the state of J&K.

Details of the Extension Lecture Series are as under :

 

S.No

Extension Lecture Theme

Distinguished Invited Speaker

Duration

Period & Venue

1.

Teachers : Messengers of Values

Sh I.D. Soni , Former Director Education , Govt of J&K

3 Hours Session

December 2009

2

Search For Science Understanding Universe For Peace & Harmony

Dr Mineesh Gulati, National Science Resource Fellow and Chairperson Happy Model Foundation

5 Hrs Session

January 2010

3

SSA and Right To Education

Dr S.K. Gandotra , CEO ,Deptt of Education , Govt of J&K

3 Hours Session

January 2010

4

Sports For Survival : Moving Towards a Stress Free World

Sh Ashok Kumar , Asst Director Youth Services & Sports , Govt of J&K

2 Hrs Session

January 2010

5

Education of the Deprived Child and The Girl Child

Dr Rajni Sehgal, SP , Prisons , Jammu

3 Hours Session

March 2010

6.

How Socities are Built Youth Join Hands

Prof Dr Jasbir Singh , Programme Coordinator NSS , University of Jammu

3 Hours Session

March 2010

7.

Education A Tool For Social Change and Gender Justice

Dr Vishav Raksha, Reader Deptt of Sociology, Jammu University

3 Hours Session

April 2010

8.

Healthy Pupils Healthy Teachers

Dr Arun Sharma , Medical Supdt, Health Deptt , Govt of J&K

3 Hours Session

March 2010

9.

Enhancing Performances : Reforming Practices Our Experiences

Prof AK Thussoo & Dr JN Baliya

2 Hrs Session

June 2010

10.

Teacher Thy Shall Only Serve.

Planned For August 2010

 

 

 

Point No : 20) Details of MICRO & MACRO Teaching with time schedule and practice schools.

 

 

Shivalik devotes sufficient time to conduct these after providing proper Orientation in the three training programmes. The Orientation sessions are addressed by Live Videos , Modelling by teachers , Recorded lessons and also brainstoriming and discussion in groups. The training programmes are guided by our Innovative STEP ( Shivalik Teacher Excellence Programme ). It aims to develop in trainees Competencies , Enhance their Performances and Strengthen their commitments.

 

The table below shows the details. ( Letter of Worthy CEO Also Attached ).

 

1. Micro Training :

         Orientation Programme : 10 Days of 3 hrs duration.

         Actual Conduct : In 20 Micro Halls under simulated settings.

         Halls named after 20 Great International & National Education Technologists.

         Duration : 8 hrs session daily.

         Period : 16th December 2009 to 24th December 2009

         Unique Feature : Integeration Skill Lessons ( Combining 3 skills )

2. Macro Training : ( RCEM)

         Orientation Programme : 10 Days of 3 hrs duration.

         Actual Conduct : In 21 schools allotted by office of CEO, Udhampur.

         Lessons supervised by Full Time College Supervisors , Peer Supervisors and also school teachers.

         Duration : 6 hrs daily

         Period : 28th January 2010 to 10th February 2010

         Unique Feature : Feedback Sessions of school principals on completion.

 

 

3. Internship Traing Programe: ( SIP Since 2000 ).

 

o       Numerous Hands On training To the College trainees

o       SIP Files maintained after actual conduct of activity.

o       CCA under SIP organised for all schools by the practising trainees.

o       Period: 15th Jan 25th Jan ( In Experimental School )

o       28th January 2010 to 10th February 2010 In Practicing schools.

o       Unique Feature : Prizes and around 2875 merit certificates to school students for excelling in SIP provided by the college.

 

Overall Uniqueness of training Programme :

Three Prize distribution functions were organised. In these Merit Certificates , Gold Medlas , Silver & Bronze Medals were give away as awards and prizes for excelling in the training programme.

Around 180 medals in Micro and 95 Medals in Macro and 75 Medals for Internship were awarded in ceremonies.

 

 

Point No : 21).. Provision for Scholarship for poor students and needy students.

Since admissions are directly done by the University , the college does not come to know about the SES of the candidates and neither the candidates express their financial difficulties. However Finacial Support Needed e form is now available on the college web site.

The following is however already provided.

1. Refund of Part of college fees, after giving an undertaking.

2. Earn while U learn Provision. The needy can put in 3 -4 hrs after classwork and earn an honorarium .

3. Support in Getting Books from the Book Bank .

4. All stationery and register support 100% waived off , after an undertaking.

5. 25% amount as contribution from college in dress and uniform.

6. 25% amount as contribution from college in procuring training files.

7. Zero Interest Loan to the trainee to support his education , after an undertaking.

8. The provision applies to needy from upper castes as well.

 

 

Point No : 22). Incentives to meritorious students.

 

Meritorious students do not go un noticed or un- rewarded in Shivalik. The college on regular basis awards hundreds of medals , prizes , merit certificates to the Outshining , Performing & committed trainees. Those who excel overall are awarded Citations of Outstanding Teacher Trainee.

 

1. Such ones are provided Future Library Privilege Support Membership Cards.

2. Such ones learning materials / notes are archived and cost of register reimbursed.

3. Scoring Position In University exams : Means Medals and Prizes and also support in funding higher studies in same / similar discipline if pursued from Jammu University or IGNOU only.

4. A set of books , free of cost is provided to pursue higher studies to those who score in top 10 positions.

5. Offered Jobs before the declaratuion of final results in Experimental School at high salary.

Point No : 23) Ragging Committee and reports:

 

 

The student support committee and Good Conduct committees are given the responsibility of Good Inter personal relationships between the students. In- fact the college functions in such a manner that each student becomes a part of several groups ( Activity Gp , Micro Gp , Macro Gp, Assembly Gp, Onward and Forward Gp ) . This removes all kinds of communication barriers. So every student enjoys healthy interpersonal relationships with other trainees.

Moreover, the problem of ragging is not present in Shivalik College as:

 

 

v     Shivalikans are trained and conditioned to become Enthusiastic & Highly Motivated Performers.

v     Group Dynamics is essence of the total training programme, so there is no isolation in Shivalik.

v     The college has a student parliament called VISHWAS. The members are representatives of the college trainees.

v     The college Principal and staff members are easily accessible.

v     The B.Ed Programme is a one year course. No Age gaps , no ego problems.

 

 

 

 

Point No : 24) Photographs of Major activities.

 

         Newspaper Clips are Enclosed.

         Photographs are enclosed.

 

 

 

Point No : 25). Any students problems and measures taken by the college to tackle these.

 

Students have genuine expectations . They have their own fears and anxieties. They want freedom of expression and participation. They want to be seen as happy and exicited youth. They need to be guided at regular intervals to draw the best out of them.

 

Students problems that were expressed by students during the year were as under.

 

      They wanted college to change timings from ( 9am to 3.30pm ) to ( 9am to 3pm ).

      They wanted some college escort teacher to be with them during the display your talent contest.

      They wanted some relaxation at the end of each training programme.

      They desired to watch movies , go to picnics & excursions.

      They desired postponement of Exams .

      They desired some break between different test dates.

      They desired internet facilities in the evening as well.

      They desired to change their macro teaching groups.

      They desired to skip morning assembly during the cold season.

      They desired to have no uniform days for 3 days instead of the two.

      They desired to change topics for Final Teaching etc.

      They desired to go on long maternity / marriage leave.

      They desired their names to be included in more Inter college events .

      They desired permission to go out during the break hours.

      They desired to leave early on certain days for Namaj / other chores etc.

      They desired to submit assignments with relaxation in timings.

      They desired to take a retest in home / cycle exams.

      They desired to pick up some job before the completion of the training programme.

 

These issues were resolved by the various committee heads , with guidance from the academic coordinator. The issues were discussed in the student parliamentarian meeting , staff meetings , and attempts were made to satisfy the students by making necessary modifications in our programme and also by modifying their thoughts & feelings towards the above issues.

 

Various scientific techniques used here were : Discussions , Brainstorming sessions , presentations , case studies of past , Rewards and strong reinforcers were aptly used on regular basis. Their were sessions held with some parents , husbands and also with children of the trainees.

Nobody was rebuked or dealt in an autocratic manner.

 

 

 

Point No : 26). Committes In the college for effective management.

 

Shivalik College of Education , for effective management of human & material resources and also the effective implementation of the STEP , has around ( 17 +3 = 20 committees ) and 4 teams of teachers. These have their distinct responsibilities , as per the nomenclature of each committee and rotational duties for teams. Each committee and team is headed by the Convenor or the team leader , supported by around three teachers ( For committee ) and equal division for team. The committees also have student members who are part of the twenty dynamic groups of the college.

 

S.No

Committee Description

Convener

Other Staff Members

Students Members

1

Admission , Induction &  Withdrawal

Mr Vijay Kamal

Mrs Aparna Sharma

Onward Gp No : 10

 

 

 

Ms Megha

 

 

 

 

Mrs Farida

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

Attendance &  Leave

Mrs Rohani Sharma

Mrs Monika Verma

Forward Gp No : 9

 

 

 

Mrs Anjali V

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

Academic

Mrs Sunita Koul

Mrs Pratibha Garg

Onward Gp No : 8

 

 

 

Dr Vikram G

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

Trainings ( Micro- Macro - Internship)

Dr Vikram Gulati

Mrs Sunita K

Forward Gp No : 7

 

 

 

Mrs Pooja D

 

 

 

 

Ms. Sharon Bakshi

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

Examination Conduct & Award

Mrs Pooja Dhiman

Mrs Pooja Gupta

Onward Gp No : 6

 

 

 

Mrs Monica Verma

 

 

 

 

Mr Mohan Lal

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

Library Facility & Usage

Mrs Seema Bhardwaj

Mr Chandreshwar

Forward Gp No : 5

 

 

 

Mrs Pratibha Garg

 

 

 

 

Mrs Kirti Chuhan

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

Student  Support, Guidance & Counselling

Ms Sharon Bakshi

Ms Poonam Jandial

Onward Gp No : 4

 

 

 

Mrs Aparna Sharma

 

 

 

 

 Mrs Sunamika Gupta

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

Co- Curricular - Functions / Celebrations

Mrs Monika Verma

Ms Poonam Jandial

Forward Gp No : 3

 

 

 

Mrs Poonam Salathia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9

NSS Unit Committee

Ms Sharon Bakshi

Mrs Rohani Sharma

Onward Gp No : 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10

Publication & Media Reporting Committee

Ms Supriya Gupta

Ms Poonam Jandial

Forward Gp No : 1

 

 

 

Mrs Seema

 

 

 

 

Mr Mohan L

 

 

 

 

 

 

11

Alumini :Placement &

Mrs Kirti Chauhan

Dr Vikram Gulati

Onward Gp No : 1

 

 Farewell

 

Mrs Beena Bakshi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12

Student Facilities - Health, Canteen, Transport, Toilets, Common Room

Mrs Anjali Verma

Mr Mohan Lal

Forward Gp No : 2

 

 

 

Ms Manju Sharma

 

 

 

 

Mrs Poonam Jas

 

 

 

 

 

 

13

AV Aids, Technology Equipment , IT Lab

Mrs Pallavi Gupta

Mrs Pallavi Gupta

Onward Gp No : 3

 

 

 

Mrs Monika Verma

 

 

 

 

Ms Poonam Jandial

 

 

 

 

 

 

14

Community Reach Out Committee

Mrs Pooja Gupta

Mrs Anjali Verma

Forward Gp No : 4

 

 

 

Mrs Jyoti Verma

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15

Invitation , Reception & Hospitality Committee

Mrs Poonam Salathia

Mrs Aparna Sharma

Onward Gp No : 5

 

 

 

Ms Manju Sharma

 

 

 

 

Mrs Farida

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

16

Campus Infrastructure & Maintenance

Mrs Jyoti Verma

Mr Mohan L

Forward Gp No : 6

 

 

 

Mrs Pooja Gupta

 

 

 

 

 Ms Supriya Gupta

 

 

 

 

 

 

17

Discipline & Good Conduct Committee

Mrs Pratibha Garg

Mrs Rohani Sharma

Onward Gp No : 7

 

 

 

Mrs Sunita Koul

 

 

 

 

 Ms Kirti Chuhan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 18.

Inter College & Out station Events

Mrs Monika Verma

Mrs Aparna

 

 

 

 

Mrs Seema Bhardwaj

Forward Gp No: 8

 

 

 

Mrs Sunamika Gupta

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19

IQAC Commiittee

Mrs Sunita Koul

Mrs Monika Verma

Onward Gp No : 9

 

 

Mrs Rohani Sharma

Ms Sharon Bakshi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20

Group Dynamics

Mrs Sunita Koul

All Group I/c Teachers of Gropu 1 to 10 ( Onward & Forward )

 

 

 

 

Dr Vikram Gulati

Forward Gp No: 10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Point No : 27). Management Committee and Minutes of Meeting.

 

The college management meeting was held on 20th March 2010 at Shivalik College of Education, Udhampur. I t was attended by Worthy Director Colleges Development Council , Univ of Jammu.

In all it was attended by 8 out of 10 members.

See Attached Annexure :

 

 

Point No 28). Details of students admitted.

 

STATE & CATEGORY WISE STATUS OF SESSION 2009-10 Enclosure : 17

 

No. of Students

Male

Female

J&K

Other States

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

admitted during

Punjab

Rajasthan

Himachal

Delhi

Haryana

Bihar

Gujrat

Kerala

Maharastra

Orrisa

U.P

Uttranchal

Uttrakhand

W.Bangal

session 2009-10

including mgt seats

334

113

221

201

4

49

3

2

2

4

1

4

1

2

54

3

2

2

 

 

 

CATEGORY WISE STATUS OF STUDENTS ADMITTED DURING THE SESSION 2009-10

 

Enclosure : 18

 

 

Categories

 

 

GEN

SC

ST

OBC

RBA

 

 

 

199

41

6

55

33

 

 

Point No : 29). Current Status of Use of ICT by the students.

 

Information & Communication Technologies are widely used by students , round the year. Their main usage is under these broad categories:

 

A)                Regular / Every Day Use of ICT in form of filling e- forms on the college website. ( Marking Gp and section attendances , Leave , staff feedback , requests , Help forms, Training feedback forms etc ).

B)                Regular use to gather useful information posted on the college website frequently / regular basis. ( Assignments , Awards , Group Notices are regularly posted on the website ).

C)                In groups to get trained under the BCLP ( Basic Computer Literacy Programme ) for all students ( Carried Out in 6 phases ).

D)                Extensive Use of ICT in Library ( Around 300 plus educational Multimedia CD ROMs ) provided.) to promote imagination , creativity in Lesson planning in MICRO & MACRO Teaching.

E)                 Regular Use in 5 ICT equipped class rooms , to strengthen their learning. Students get to learn from the Multimedia Presentations made by teachers, peers and EDucomp resources.

F)                 Regular Use of ICT by surfing the Internet in the Library, Digi Tech Point at the reception.

G)                Regular Use of ICT , whereby the students view and review digital photographs, videos of college events that are frequently organised.

H)                Basic DD Dish TV has also been installed whereby trainees get to watch educational programmes developed by UGC , EMRC , NCERT . It has a good educational and cultural value.

I) Live & Recorded Videos of good skill and macro lessons of the students in different micro and subject halls are broadcasted in 5 ICT enabled halls. These are observed by the trainees to Orient them in different stages and aspects of teaching and training. ICT therefore becomes: A programme : OF the trainees - BY the trainees FOR the trainees. )

 

 

 

 

Point No : 30). Suggestions From College for:

 

a.                  Better Coordination between college and University.

o       Invite College Principals for regular Interactions.

o       Ask College to deposit Standardised Reporting sheets .

o       Continue with the practice of preparing academic calender.

o       Organise Refresher programmes for college principals on becoming better managers.

 

b.                  Effective Monitoring of the College.

      Reporting Sheets from colleges.

      Make Teams of principals & Chairmen of the Private colleges.

      Call students congress.

      Use web based technologies for e reporting.

 

 

c.                   Ensuring Regularity of students in The class.

         Introduce Semester system .

         Allow flexible Reporting and departure time.

         Have an external paper sent as an Term test. ( covering 50% syllabus twice )

         Colleges to Have their Vision and Mission statement spelt out clearly.

         Encourage the regular ones with incentives like citations and remarks on their provisional and character certificate.

         Introduce a Certificate of College Attendance before allowing student to get admitted for PG Course.

         Make a list of leaves that can be sanctioned and its duration. Transparency will make the students comfortable,

         Remove the fear factor.

 

 

d.                  Improving Quality of education being imparted in our college.

o       Make B. Ed programme of 2 years duration.

o       Increase the weightage of internal assessment from 20 % to minimum of 40%.

o       Make changes in the curriculum.

o       Some system of ensuring retention of staff .

o       Allowing the classwork to function for 7 hrs to 8 hrs a day.

 

 

 

Point No : 31). Any special unique feature of the college , not present in other colleges.

 

Shivalik believes in Promoting Excellence through Enthusiasm and Innovation. Our Entire Training Programme is Designed by STEP ie. Shivalik Teacher Excellence Programme. Since the very Inception in 1998 the college has strived to become unique in Curriculum Transaction , Training Orientation Programmes , Evaluation Methodolgies and also In Team Building.

 

Some Strong Unique Features and their relevance are shown In Table below :

S.No

Unique Features

Description

1.

 

Promoting GANDHIAN VALUES and Patriotism.

The college has setup Gandhi Darshan Point. Prayers by group members are offered daily. College Sections named after 8 Great Educationists , College Training Halls named after Social Reformers , College Lawns named after Women Social Reformers and the college campus named as Karam Bhumi. This makes the campus Bountiful with positive energy and learning Environment.

 

 

 

 

2.

GROUP DYNAMICS Basis of The Shivalik Teacher Excellence Programme.

Every Trainee becomes a member of 8 different Groups round the year. Very Strong Team Building and We Feeling Is Developed.

 

 

 

3

WEB REPORTING

The college teachers and students use the college website on daily basis for e reporting , e- filing , e feedback , e attendance , e- leave.

4.

The ZERO FINE OPEN SHELF LIBRARY With Student Participation.

Since inception , no fines are collected from students for late returning of books. Infact the Library Is Most Student Friendly.

 

 

Students Buy Reference / Books and bill it to the library.

 

 

 

 

5.

COLLEGE SONG AND PLEDGE

Teachers of The Earth. Trainees of the Land the college song and The Motivational Pledge On Regular Basis infuses & evokes strong emotions and feelings that drives our Enthusiastic Training Programme.

6.

VISHWAS - The College Parliament

The student Parliament with 40 Onward & Forward Group Representatives , meets frequently for Enthusiastic & Democratic functioning of the college.

7.

PLUG IN TO PLAY

5 ICT Equipped Classrooms

5 Classrooms of the college are Prefixed with Computers , Multimedia Sound, Digital Projectors. Just Pug In and Play. Every thing is very quick and fast.

8.

29 Training ORIENTATION Programmes

Shivalik Has Tried To Incorporate 29 Types of Trainings . For Each There Is a special Orientation Programme .

9.

PRIZES AND PRIZES

At Shivalik There are merit certificates , Medals , Prizes , Awards , Rewards , Citations for Every Event. The trainees Strive to Reach The High Performance Levels To Attain Them.

10.

Exciting SIP : Shivalik Internship Programme since 2001

This included numeropus activities with the students of the practicing schools. Merit Certificates to all the students of around 22 Schools who participate in SIP are prepared and provided by the college. ( Around 3000 certificates issued in 2009 2010 )