ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT
INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL
Dr. Smt. Agnes Thakur
PRINCIPAL & CHAIRPERSON
Dr. Abha Pandey
PROF. AND HEAD, DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
Dr. S. N. Shukla
ASST. PROF, DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
GOVT. MODEL SCIENCE COLLEGE (AUTONOMUS)
CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR SCIENCE EDUCATION, (Govt. of MP)
NACC ACCRERATED ‘A’ GRADE
College with Potential for Excellence (UGC)
PACHPEDI, SOUTH CIVIL LINES, JABALPUR (MP)
The Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) of the IQAC
All accredited institutions shall submit the AQAR to the NACC by the end of every academic year with emphasis on the following key result areas:
Name of the Institution Year of Report
Govt. Model Science College (Autonomous) Jabalpur (M.P) 2009-2010
The plan of action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the year towards quality enhancement and the outcome achieved by the end of the year.
The IQAC of the college planned following activities in the beginning of the year.
Ensuring regular teaching in an effective and efficient manner.
Maintaining a healthy atmosphere for teaching, learning research.
Maintaining the standard of teaching through regular feed back from the students.
Strengthening of Career Guidance Cell, enhancing campus selection and organizing personality development programs.
Ensuring participation of faculty and students in Community Service
Networking among various departments.
Updating of website of the college.
To send proposals for various Certificate Courses for approval to UGC
The college target set in the beginning for the year has been achieved towards quality enhancement. The atmosphere for teaching and learning was maintained by the dedicated teachers throughout the academic session. The members of the staff are committed to impart comprehensive education which provides a balanced and holistic development of the students preparing them to meet the challenges of life.
Innovative practices of classroom teaching were encouraged with the help of audio visual aids. Seminars, competitive events, lectures and non-traditional methods of evaluation were employed to prepare the students for the corporate and modern culture. Excursions and interactive sessions with the industries and business organizations were conducted regularly. High quality research work was promoted by the faculty members.
The aim of the student feedback was to improve the quality of teaching by making the teachers aware of their strength and weakness. The teachers are open to suggestions given by the students to make changes in their methodology and other aspects of teaching.
Career Guidance Cell of the college has been strengthened. Various activities like career guidance camp and entrepreneur workshops were organized. Various companies also visited in the college for selection of suitable students. Many students have secured placement in various sectors in this year.
The members of the staff took active participation in the general elections of Corporation and Panchayat election held in December 2009 as Master Trainers, Zonal Officers, Presiding Officers and BLO’s.
Training programs on communication skills, personality development were also organized by the college.
Networking of various departments /office/Principal chamber is being done.
The college website is upgraded from time to time.
The member of staff member took active part as Master Trainers in Census 2010.
A certificate course for personal and professional development has been approved by UGC.
A workshop was organized on Parliamentary Method and Techniques in accordance with the instructions received from Sansadiya Vidyapith, Bhopal
A lecture on Achievements of Chandrayan I was delivered on 21st July 2009 by Dr. Guruprasad, Senior Scientist, ISRO, Bangalore.
1. Activities reflecting goals and objectives of the institution.
The objectives of the institution besides transmission and generation of knowledge in Science subjects are to inculcate scientific approach, develop skeptical, experimental, and logical attitude in the students and to keep them abreast of the on-going developments and advances in various subjects.
Various activities are undertaken in college to provide opportunity to widen the horizon and perspectives of students. Academic is the main area besides awakening moral values, career consciousness, discipline and modern work culture attitudes. Post Graduate students are motivated to carryout research work for PhD program and to prepare for NET. Special lectures are conducted to inspire them toward advanced studies of various fields. College provides information and necessary inputs with the help of experts form different fields in different career options chosen by the students. Special training for NET(UGC-CSIR) /PSC/UPSC is provided to SC/SC/Minorities students.
Apart from academics, various activities for students are conducted through different committee/societies. Cultural society includes Swar Lahri, dance, drama, and Tulika committees promote artistic talent of the students. Literary society Gitanjali and Manisha provides opportunity to enhance their writing and oral communication skills by organizing literary competitions. Sports committee, NCC and NSS help them to be acquainted with the national integration aspect. Career guidance cell organizes counseling and training sessions before organizing recruitment drives. Mahila Prakoshtha and Nature society generate awareness in specific fields. Community works conducted under IQAC, teach them to be humane in this materialistic world. There are also separate departmental societies in each department which organize lectures of the veterans and ensure active participation of students.
Various activities and achievements of staff and students of the college are recorded and displayed in a news bulletin on bulletin board in every three month.
2. New Academic Program Initiated (UG and PG):
The college has B.Sc., BCA, PG courses along with research activities. In B.Sc. college provides 19 subjects and 23 combinations at UG level and Post Graduation in seven subjects: Chemistry Physics, Botany, Environment Science, Zoology, Mathematics and Geology.
3. Innovation in Curricular Design and Transaction.
Autonomy has opened the door for the college to come out of the ordinary and become special. The curriculum is modified every year through the Board of studies of different subjects College has 12 Board of Studies (as per UGC Autonomy Guidelines) and Academic council of the college. The undergraduate and Post graduate curricula include educational excursion and visits to various relevant place and institutions so that the students, after completion of the course do not have any difficulty in seeking jobs as well as in entrepreneurship.
New semester system introduced by Department of Higher Education, Madhya Pradesh has been adapted and implemented. Internal evaluation of the students is done by adopting non traditional methods. The students also work on a project and present its report followed by viva. At P.G. level, Personality development module is included in curriculum alongside project work. The students are motivated to make power point presentation of the work done. The student of M.Sc. IV Sem were sent for Internship to various institute for on the job training
Essay competition was organized by Botany Department on Biotechnology: Modern relevance and Bio-diversity and Environmental Conservation. Sangeeta Choubey and Tarun Kant Soni were awarded prize.
Dr. S. Tignath, Professor Geology Department and Dr. S.K. Shrivastava, Professor, Physics Department participated in modification of the syllabus at Central Board of Studies Higher Education, Bhopal.
4. Inter Disciplinary Program Started
Biotechnology, Environmental Science, Biochemistry and Microbiology are interdisciplinary subjects. The departments collaborate with each other for effective running of the program. Mathematics and physics department collaborate for computer maintenance, computer science and computer application subject.
5. Examination Reforms Implemented
New semester system introduced by Department of Higher Education, Madhya Pradesh has been adapted and implemented successfully. Unit tests in the form of mid semester examination has been replaced by CCE (Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation) . A job oriented project work has been introduced in every semester.
A question bank based on multiple choice and short answer questions has been prepared. It is in the process of finishing. Preparation to carryout tests based on evaluation through OMR is in progress.
6. Candidate Qualified in NET/SLET/GATE etc. Nil
7. Initiative towards Faculty Development Program
The faculties of the college are motivated to update themselves through various types of programs such as Orientation/Refresher Course, Training Program, Short Term Courses on Research Methodology and E-learning organized by A.S.C. RDVV Jabalpur, National and International Conferences, visiting institutes, laboratories of repute etc. Lecture series of eminent Scientists are also organized in the department to acquaint the faculty and students with recent development in the subject.
Faculty members of various departments attended training for virtual classes, on office procedures and management at Academy of Administration, Bhopal. The faculty members are given full financial support for attending conferences/ training programs in India from PTAC grant of UGC.
The following members have been awarded Ph.D degree.
Pawan Shanker Tiwari, Department of chemistry - Studies on reaction of thiocynato briged biometalic lewis acid with biologically active pyrazoline Schiff bases.
Mrs Manjula Jain, Department of Physics
Mrs Seema Bhasker, Botany Department
The following faculty members are persuing Ph.D
Chemistry- Mrs Sheela Methew, Mrs Rachna Danial, Mrs Mona Markam.
Physics- Mrs Shobha Shrivastava
Mathematics- Mr. P R S Choudhry, Mr.G R K Sahu, Mr. H N Singh.
Geology- Mrs Meenkhshi Matrin Kapoor
English- Mrs Rajshree Kapoor , Mr, Sankalp Jogi.
Botany- Mr. Alok shukla, Mrs Preeti Dongre.
8. Total Number of Seminars/ Workshops conducted
A workshop was organized on Parliamentary Method and Techniques on 12.11. 09 in accordance with the instructions received from Pt. Kunjilal Dubey Sansadiya Vidyapith, Bhopal
The college has organized workshop on Personality Development for Students of M.Sc. as per schedule of the Project work as mentioned in the curriculum prepared by Higher Education Department Bhopal conducted by Department of English and Career guidance cell.
9. Research Projects
Newly Implemented - 06 Completed - 02 Ongoing - 02
Major - 04
"Pollution Status of river Narmada"
"Copper immobilized chitosan-------haemodialysis"
Dr S K Bajpai
"Studies on reaction of ------- used as spacers"
"Studies on bioactive -------------- tribal medicinal plants"
Dr D.K. Kostha
Studies on Magnetically targeted ------------------ anti cancer drug
"Theoretical study of broadening of band gap---------------------in nanoparticle"
Dr B.K. Sinha
Excitonic Effects in the Optical Spectra of Quantum Wells
Dr S K Pandey
"Design and development of polysaccharide based water purifier foe removal of Arsenic and bacteriological contamination"
Dr A K Bajpai
10. Patent Generated if any- Nil
11. New Collaborative Research Program
In Chemistry Department Dr. A. K. Bajpai has research collaboration with Dr R B Shrivastava, Director, Life Sc. DRDO, New Delhi.
In Geology department collaborative research papers are being made with faculties from IIT Roorkee, IT BHU and JNKVV Jabalpur
12 Research Grant Received from Various Agencies:
Chemistry UGC.10. 09lakh, DST 15 Lakh, DRDO 15Lakh
Botany: UGC-1.30 lakh
Zoology: CSIR 4.08 lakh
13. Details of Research Scholar
Awarded Ph.D -12, Registered - 73
A. Details of Research Scholar Awarded Ph.D
Names of the Departments, Supervisors, Research Scholars the Topics of Research are enlisted as follows
Dr. Asha Khanna
Madhuri Sharma-Studies on oestrogen induced uterine and ovarian carcenogenisis and effect of Prolmmu in rats.
Dr. Abha Pandey
Nidhi Nema, "Ironic Vision of Society in the Novels of Upamanyu Chatterjee". Thesis submitted in March
Usha Meshram, "Diasporic Sensibility in Bharti Mukerjee’s Fiction".
Neetu Nema, "Predicament of Woman in the Short Stories of Shashi Despande".
Dr. A.K. Bajpai
Somnath Soni- Studies on synthesis charecterization and properties of poly (vinyl alcohol) based poly (aniline) impregnated composits .
Dr J Bajpai
Anamika Roy- Slow release of pesticides from naturally occuring polymeric microspheres
Dr S. K. Bajpai
V.K. Rohit - Application of chemically modified saw dust as an Ion exchange material for removal of some toxic ions from water.
Abhisek Pathak- Investigation of sorption behavior of urea into Cu(II) immobilized porous polymeric materials.
Varsha Thomas- A novel strategy of formation of metal nanoparticles within polymeric network for biomedical application.
V.K. Rohit - Application of chemically modified saw dust as an Ion exchange material for removal of some toxic ions from water.
Dr. S.N. Shukla and Dr. P. Gaur
Pawan Shanker Tiwari- Studies on reaction of thiocynato briged biometalic lewis acid with biologically active pyrazoline Schiff bases.
Dr. Arun Kakkar
Saraswati Dubey- Phytochemical analysis of some anticancer medicinal plants of tribal region of M.P.
Dr. R. K. Shrivastava
Rajshree Sarkar- Studies on air pollution status of Jabalpur city.
Nirmala Pandey- Studies on biomedical waste generation and disposal in rewa city and its comparesion with Jabalpur city.
B. Details of Research Scholar Registered for Ph.D
Names of the departments, supervisors research scholars, the topics of research are enlisted as follows
Dr. Asha Khanna
Poonam Shukla- Study of genotoxicity in bidi rollers of Jabalpur.
Brajesh Patel- Scanning of presence of precursor of sex steroid harmones in paper mill effluent, their microbial population profile and in-vitro microbial transformation.
Dr. K.K. Dubey
Priyanka shrivastava- Limnology
Radhika Kankane- Limnology
Dr. P.L. Ahirwal
Kashiram Karmarkar-The study on the impact of leaf Gallflies on the production of tendu patta in Seoni forest.
Ms. Judika Kujur- Ecological study of Narmada at Kila ghat at Mandla with special reference to pollution and production of fishes.
Dr. Rita Bhandari
Vinod Mishra- Standardisation of economic parameters for mass multiplication of native entamopathogenic nematode population from MP and role of symbiotic bacteria.
Sanjay Paniker- Bio efficacy of entomopathogenic nematodes native to central Indian state of MP for the management of major forest insect pests.
Ramshanker –Effect of herbicide on survival and reproduction of earthworm pheretima posthuma(oligochaeta) and other soil inhabiting earthworm species.
Ramkrishna Gautam- Management and utilization of various bio wastages through the co activities of micro organism and earthworms.
Dinesh Nema- Taxoecological studies n some moths (Lepidoptera: heterocera) in M.P. and C.G.
Dr. J. Naidu
Ms. Rashi Khatri- Medical Mycology
Ms Aditi Tiwari- Studies on Cryptococcus neoformans isolated from HIV and cancer patients with specil reference to its mating type lacasse activity and drug sensitivity
Ms. Ruchi Sethi – Molecular typing, in vitro sensitivity and phospholipase activity and of clinical and environmental strains of Cryptococcus neoformans species complex .
Ms Ruchika Yadu Jain- Studies on opportunistic fungi in tuberculosis patients with special reference to serology and proteomics.
Dr. Abha Pandey
Rinkoo Wadhera, " Existential Concerns in the Poetry of Nissim Ezekiel" 2010
Bhawna Shrivastava, " Cultural Agony in the novels of Anita Desai" 2010
Dr. Anjali Bajpai
Miss Neha Tripathi- Synthesis of Environmental friendly polymer.
Mona Markam – Synthesis of functional polymer from renewal resource base dimmer acid.
Dr. Jaya Bajpai
Shilpi Goswani- Studies on clay containing nanocomposite of polyvinyl alcohal based IPNS
Smt Anita- Preparation and characterization of polysaccharide based crayogel blends and study of their biological properties.
Ram Gulam- Development of polypyrole based nanocomposites as radiation shielding material.
Laxmi Bagri- Studies on enzymatic degradation and drug release behavior of some starch based polymer blends.
Rachana Sancha-Studies on clay containing nanocomposite of polyvinyl alcohal based IPNS.
Dr. A.K. Bajpai
Seeta Shukla- Studies on calcium salt reinforced poly(HEMA) based nanocomposites
Priyanka Agrawal- Evaluation of Iron oxide based biopolymer nanocomposite as potential adsorbent for removal of toxic metal ions from aqueous solution.
Sweta Likhitkar- Iron oxide impregnated starch nanoparticle in magnetically controlled drug delivery.
Priyanka Singh- Removal of arsenic ions from simulated water sample polysaccharide based nanoparticle.
Dr. S. K. Bajpai and Dr. Manjula Bajpai
M.K. Armo - Magnetically driven ion exchange resins for removal of certain toxic metal ion from aqueous solution.
Grace Mary- Chemical modification of silk and cotton.
Leena-Vinyl Monomer based system:Synthesis charecterization and prelimnary drug delivery study. . (Submitted)
Mini Namdeo- Synthesis charecterization and Application of Magnetic polymer nanocomposite in immobilization and release of bioactive materials.
Dr S N Shukla and Dr P Gaur
Sheela Mathew-Studies on reaction of some bimetallic selenocynate Lewis Acid with Schiff base ligands.
Mamta Prasad- Synthesis charecterization and biological activity of some Ru - DMSO complex derivatives coupled with N- containing ligands.
Archana Dubey - Studies on reaction on some chloro Ru sulphoxide bipyridyl derivatives with suitable ligands used as spacer.
Nidhi Rai- Synthesis and charecterization of Zn ,Cd and Hg complexes of O/S group VI donar ligand their application in nanoparticle synthesis. (Applied For)
Dr. Arun Kakkar
Mr. Pradeep Dubey- Chemical studies of medicinal plant A. Stivium.
Mrs Neetu Bais- Physiochemical studies of some medicinal
Ms. Prachi Khare- Chemical and pharmacological studies of plants of mp.
Dr. Shikha Saxena
Kapil Jain- Study of toxic metal ions in ground water and their removal.
Sheelmahal Vanshi- Removal of toxic cation in polluted water by chemical and non chemical material.
Dr. Sanjay Tignath
Meenakshi Martain Kapoor- Hydrogeomorphic study of Linear fault valley, Hiran escarpment, Damoh- Jabalpur District, MP.
Mr. S.D. Pimprikar- Seismotectonic
Ms Madhu Bisen- Hydrogeological study of part of Balaghat district, MP.
Mr Trilok Nath Patle- Hydrogeological study of part of Balaghat Block, MP.
Monika Babele, Environmental Impact of Urbanization with special Emphasis on Sewage and wetland
Dr. D. K. Deolia
Mr Devanu Bhatnagar –Environmental Impact of mining in Katni District ,MP.
Smt Nandita Vyas - Surface and Sub Surface Water Quality of Jabalpur area in relation to geological condition.
Dr. Ravi Katare
Mr. D.S. Bisen - Mechanical Properties of Biopolymer
Mr. Rinkesh Bhatt - Nano Composite (AF)
Dr. S.K. Pandey
Smt Nisha Dwivedi - Quantum Dot Laser
Ranjna Bhalekar – Ligth Emission from Nano Structured Semiconductor
Harish Kant Pathak, Nano Composite Solar Cell (AF)
O.P. Viswakarma, Quantum Well Laser (AF)
Dr. B.K. Sinha
S Bose- Nano particles
Dr. R.K. Kuraria
Neha Chourasia Mechano & Photo Luminescence
Nikhil Ranjan Jha, Luminescence in Nano Phosphors
Satya Sheel Gedam, Organic Light Emitting Diode
Raj Kumar Bairagi, Nano phosphors (AF)
Nityedra Gautam, Nano Composite (AF)
Dr. Akhilesh Ayachi
Ku Purnima Sharma- Biocontrol and Molecular characterization of fusarium isolate causing vascular wilt on chick pea from Central India (AF)
Smt. Nidhi Narula- Removal of heavy metals from industrial effluent by utilization of waste materials. (AF)
Smt. Rajani Nigam- Studies of screenly of antioxident activities from phyto chemicals isolated from Drumstick (murinsa obeesera) (AF)
Smt. Rachana Pandey- Studies on the Mycoflora of tabocco product at Jabalpur (AF)
Smt Vijaya Shrivastava- Studies on screenly of antioxidant activities for phytochemicals isolated from papaya (carica papaya) (AF)
Dr. R. K. Shrivastava
Bazga Athar Khan- Studies on differential responses of interstitial faunal diversity to Narmada river water quality at different point sources(submitted)
Smt Shilpa Bhasin- Environmental impact assessment studies of waste and slurry disposal of Katni marble mining area of Central India.
Ku. Deepti pandey- Evaluation of ground water quality around Omti Nallah area in Jabalpur and health sick assessment .
Kamal Rao- Pariyat river pollution.
Prof. Alok Shukla- Hydro biological studies of water reservoir of Bahoriband district, Katni with special reference to plankton diversity.
Gyan Sanoriya- Carbon sequestration potential of tree plantation in and around Nayagaon hills, Jabalpur.
Ku.Neelima Naskar- Utilization of noxious weeds in applied vermicomposting & evaluation of its effects on biochemical and physiological behavior of some selected medicinal plants. (AF)
Smt. Anamika Singh- Air pollution in coal mines area. (AF)
14. Citation Index of Faculty Members and Impact Factor
Impact factor of Journals in which research paper of faculty members were published are as follows:
Progress in polymer Science: 14.8
Macromolecules : 1.2
J.Polymer Science. Part A Polymer Chem.: 2.3
European Polymer Journal: 4.2
Reactive and fuctional Polymer: 2.4
Polymer International: 3.1
Polymer journal: 4.4
J.App. Polymer Sc.: 1.5
Polymer Bulletin: 3.5
J.Coord. Chem.: 0.987
J. Colloid and Interface Science: 2.4
Colliod and Polymer Science: 2.2
Asian J. of Env. Sc. 1.018
Environmental Pollution Part A: 1.181
International J. of Env. Science: 0.992
15. Honors/Awards to the Faculty
Dr. A. K. Bajpai et al has authored a book entitled Stimuli Responsive Drug Delivery Systems : from Introduction to Application, iSmithers, U. K. 2010.
Dr. S. K. Shrivastava presented a paper at International Cosmic Rays Conference organized by LODZ University of Poland in 2009.
Dr A P Agrawal,Ex Professor and Head,Department of Geology has been awarded Shanker Dayal Sharma Srijan Award.
16. Internal Resources Generated
The college offers several programs under self-financing mode. These are in the subjects- Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Environmental Science, Industrial chemistry, Computer Maintenance, Computer Science, Electronics, Computer application Microbiology along with BCA. The payment seats are also available in PG classes of different subjects. The self-finance fund collected in the year 2009-10 is Rs. 95,68,156.0 .
17. Details of Department Getting SAP/COSIST/ASSIST/DST FISTetc assistance /recognition. Nil
18. Community Service
A committee of eight faculty members was formed to render community services. The aim of the committee was to establish relationship with the society and to out reach the resources (teacher and students) available in the institution so that care can be taken of the needy in the college premises. Voluntary services of students were taken in program so that they develop community values of love, compassion, tolerance, self discipline and the value of labour.
Principal and Patron of our college has collected and donated fund for welfare program of handicapped to Handicap Welfare Association, Indore.
A Dental Check up Camp was organized for students and staff members on 16.04.10 by Hitkarni Dental College Jabalpur
An awareness program on Pain and Pallative care was organized by the cell in Nov. 09 under Indo American Cancer Association. A presentation was given by Dr. Naveen Kanda, from Jabalpur Hospital.
A lecture was organized by Mahila Prakostha on Adolescent problems. It was delivered by Dr. Sandhya Jain, Pathologist for the students of college.
Dr. P.K. Selot is working as District Coordinator NSS at RDVV Jabalpur.
There are two units of NSS in the college.
316 students were registered in 2009-10
Students participated in Clean Narmada campaign.
Students contributed in cleaning college campus.
NSS camp of seven days was organized at nearby village of Jabalpur .
02 students participated in state level camp. Ankit Jain and Rahul
About six faculty members worked as OSD. They were attached to District Election Office at Collectorate Jabalpur. The members of the staff took active participation in the general elections of Corporation and Panchayat held in 2010.Some of the faculty members worked as the Master Trainers, Zonal Officers and Presiding Officers, the non teaching staff worked as BLO’s. Some member of staff member took active part in Census 2010.
19 Teachers and Officers Newly Recruited
Thirty one guest faculty members in Govt. and self finance scheme are appointed in various subjects.
20. Teaching non-Teaching Staff Ratio: 94/115
21. Innovation in the Library Service:-
Facility of Delnet
Facility of Internet for students, faculty and research scholar.
Computerized Library services
Information of New Arrivals
Digital library has been established.
A new Reading room has been set up.
22. New Books/ Journals Subscribed
Total no. of Books 1181
Amount Rs 2,60,000
New Journal subscribed
Total no. of Journals 44
Amount Rs 50,000
Name of the Journals-:
Asian Journal of Microbiology
The Journal of Experimental Biology
Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge
Journal of Earth System and Science
Indian Journal of Biotechnology
Bulletin of Mathematical Science
Journal of Engineering and Material Science
Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy
Journal of Chemical Science
Journal of Bioscience
Journal of Genetics
Journal of Scientific and Industrial research
Indian Journal of Biochemistry
Indian Journal of Pure and Applied physics
Nature Environmental Protection Technology
Medicinal and Aromatic plants
Natural Product Radiance
Point of View
Proceeding of the Mathematical Society
Annals of Library and Information Science’
Atlantic Literary Review
The Journal of Indian Writing in English
Praman : Journal of Physics Indian Academy of Sciences Rs. 50 per issue
Resonance: Journal of Science Education, Springer Rs. 500
Indian Journal of Experimental Biology Rs. 2500
Fishing Chimes Rs. 910
Entomon Rs. 1000
Indian Journal of Life Science Rs. 1000
Journal of Microscopy
Bulletin of Material Science
Indian Journal of Chemical Technology
Indian Journal of Chemistry Section-A
Indian Journal of Environment research- yearly 800/
Indian Journal of Environment science-yearly 1000/
Nature, environmental and Pollution technology -yearly 3000/
Asian journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology Environmental science -yearly 3000
Pollution research--yearly 2600/
Journal of basic Applied Mycology- 2050 for two year
Indian Journal of Engg. And Material Sciences -yearly 1000/
IDSA Journal Strategic Analysis-yearly 350/
Strategic analysis -yearly 550/
The Mathematical Education- -yearly 1050/
Bulletin Of material science -yearly 300/
Proceedings of Indian Academy of Science-yearly 500/
23. Courses in which student assessment of teacher is introduced and the action taken on student feedback.
Student feedback was obtained from undergraduate classes. On the basis of student feedback obtained, the teachers were communicated through head of the department to take appropriate action for improvement.
24. Unit Cost of Education.
Total UGC grant received in 11th plan -Rs 1crore 22 lakh.
Total UGC grant received in 1 year for 09-10 7,63000
Amount collected in Self finance fund -Rs. 95,68,156
Total fee collected - Rs.10,15,324
Salary by State Govt. Rs 7,14,74,425
Total Amount 6,77,04,326
No of student admitted 1954
Unit cost of education 42385.31
25. Computerization of Administration and the Process of Admission, Examination Result and Issue of Certificate:
Most of the administrative work in the college is computerized including the preparation of payroll etc. Networking of the entire college is under process.
26. Increase in Infrastructure Facilities: Laboratories of all departments have been upgraded with the fund allotted by UGC under BSR grant. Electrification, flooring, computerization has been done in all departments and in exam cell. Photocopiers have been purchased. A few well-equipped class-rooms have been developed. Two magazine display and ten computers along with furniture have been purchased for library.
For post graduate students and research scholars reading room and internet facility is provided by the departmental library.
27. Technological up gradation:
Internet facility has been provided for the faculty and research scholars in various departments. New teaching methodology with audio-visual aid is adopted in all Departments. New software has been purchased for preparing result by the Examination Cell. Networking of Computer has been done.
28. Computer and Internet Access and Training to Teachers and Students:
Computer and internet access is open to teacher and students in Physics, Chemistry Mathematics, Botany, Environmental Science, Zoology, Geology, Military Science and English Department.
29. Financial Aid to Students:
The college provides financial assistance to students in from of scholarship given by the Government of MP. These are as follows-
Scholarship for SC/ST and OBC students
Scholarship to wards of Bidi Labours
Apart from the above, the college also provides financial help to students from "Poor Boys Fund". Jan Bhagidari Samiti of the college gives financial help to Students. Poor boys are also provided help under Book Bank Scheme.
Name of Scholarship
No of Student
Amount in Rs.
30. Support from the Alumni Association and its Activities:
Alumni association of the college helps the college students by various means. The association has distributed new bicycle to 22 students of poor and weak sections.
31. Support from the Parent Teacher Association and its Activities:
Each teacher is assigned a small group of students/ wards. The guardian teacher maintains a record of the attendance and performance of the students’ achievements in internal evaluation, and also solves their problems. Parent teacher meeting was held for all the students of the college on 20-03-10. The parents met the guardian teacher and enquired about the attendance, conduct, performance in CCE and project of the student.
32. Health Service:
Health counseling was provided to the students on Mondays and Tuesdays by the doctor posted in the campus. A record was kept of the nature of counseling sought and the number of students seeking advice. A free dental checkup was arranged in 16 April 2010.
To ease out the stress of the students a psychological counselor was made available to the students to whom they could bare their heart out and in a friendly discussion solve their problems of peer pressure and other emotional problems of adolescent age.
33. Performance in Sports Activities:
The college teams participated regularly in following games as per sports calendar of University and Higher education in Inter-College Tournament
34. Incentives to Outstanding Sportsmen
As per Sports committee decision tracksuits, trophy including playing kit and other facilities was given to the sportspersons by the Department of Games and Sports.
Mr, Ramesh Shukla was selected in RDVV University Cricket and Badminton team last four years. He is one of the outstanding cricketers in Jabalpur division.
Paras Dwivedi was the member of Inter college Athletics team and was also selected for Jabalpur University Chess team.
Abhishek Soni represented Jabalpur University Chess team and was the member of college team.
Abhijeet Shrivastava represented college Badminton team and was selected in Jabalpur District, Jabalpur Division and University Badminton team.
35. Students Achievement and Awards:
The students of college were awarded following prizes in
Inter-College Youth Festival 2009-10
Clay Modelling First Prize – Anil Patel
Instrument (Tabla) First Prize- Atul Kasyap
Clasical Music Second prize –Samiksha Joshi
Group Dance - Third prize –Deepak Pande and Group
Inter Disrict Youth Festival
Clay Modelling First Prize – Anil Patel
Instrument (Tabla) First Prize- Atul Kasyap
Inter University State Festival
Clay Modelling Third Prize – Anil Patel
Instrument (Tabla) Consolation Prize- Atul Kasyap
Clay Modelling Second Prize – Anil Patel
Atul Kashyap participated in National Level Youth festival.
Inter College Rotary Competetion
Instrument (Tabla) First Prize- Atul Kasyap
Some students got best paper award and young scientist award and some other got good placement Govt/Private sectors
Miss Varsha Thomas, Research Associate in chemistry has joined as visiting Research Associate in school of Physics at Trinity College, Dublin.
Ms Anamika Roy got young scientist award by MPCST in 2010 in Chemical Science.
Dr. Jyoti Choubey received Women’s Scientist Award from DST.
Subba Rao Scholarship was awarded to Shri Ram Siya Mishra, Ankit Jain, Rajan Agrawal.
Ms Madhuri Sharma research scholar, Department of Zoology, received Rs. 4,08,000 as SRF from CSIR.
Mr Abhay Pratap Singh ,MSc (Physics ) has been selected for Erasmus Mundus Joint Master program in Astro Physics by the Institute of Astro and Particle Physics.
Mr Ritesh Yadav, MSc (Geology) has joined Atomic Mineral Division At Turkey.
36. Activities of the Guidance and Counseling Cell:
Activities of the guidance and counseling cell are focused mainly on four segments: -
Career opportunities and needful training to under UG and PG students.
Entrepreneurship awareness enhancement.
Awareness program for other institution for higher education.
Various departments organized carrier oriented lecture for PG students by inviting resource person from different Institutes/Organization.
Physics and Compuer Science:Dr Gyan Prakash,TTC Jabalpur,Prof P D Sahare,Professor, Delhi University and Prf V P Chandra,Ex VC Pt Ravishanker University Raipur delivered lecture on Telecommunication ,Nanoparticles and Luminescence.
Zoology:Dr T P Turker,Zonal Officer, Silkworm Industry delivered a lecture Silk production.
MathsMr A Gadoria,Scientist and Prof N K Choubey, Ex Head Maths Department delivered lecture on Astronomy and Space Physics.
Prof Karuna Verma,HOD,Bioscience,RDVV Jabalpur and Dr C K Tiwari ,TFRI delivered lectures on Ganoderma Lucidum and its importance.
Dr Vandana Singh,Professor,Allahabad University,Dr Ashutosh Shrivastava,Ex VC,RDVV,Jabalpur and Dr H P Tiwari ExVC delivered lectures on Conformational analysis,Spectroscopy,Reaction mechanism respectively.
Hindi: Hemraj Sunder from Mauritus recited his poem and delivered a lecture on importance of Hindi.
English; Prof O N Upadhyay from RML Awadh university Faizabad delivered a talk on Indian Culture for UG students.
Psychological Counselling by Ku.Meenal Dixit (Psychological Counesllor) Mondays and Tuesday
2. Career Counselling by Manoj Ku. Jhriya (Career Counsellor) Wed and Thurs
3. Medical Checkup and Counselling about health by Dr. Mishra ( Victoria Hospital) Fri Sat
Special lectures were organized for the students for providing training in specific areas such as:
Guidance for Subject choice
Preparation for competitive exams
A one day workshop was organized by Career guidance Cell for Enterpreneur development . The industrialists, CEO’s, and managers were invited to interact with students and inform them about various aspects of entrepreneur development.
Under personality development Utho Jago pratiyogita was organized on Swami Vivekanand’s life and works to motivate the students.
37. Placement Services provided to Students:
Placement Trainingwas provided to students of BSc VI sem and MSc IV sem for job placement. Interview techniques and GDPI classes were held in the month of January.
Aptitude test was conducted by HCL company 44 students were selected for training.
70 students were registered for WIPRO Technologies campus drive for online exam held in the month of December 09 two students were short listed for interview held at Mumbai
Various activities and training programs for placement recruitment of the students were organized. The students participated in Campus Drives organized by WIPRO, INFOSYS, Apex industries, Innovators, IBM etc.
Mr V S Modi,MSc(Geology) and Mr Anil Singh,MSc(Geology) have joined Geological Survey of India.
Deepa Sri Soni B Sc V Sem is selected for WIPRO BPO
Jayashri Mulchandni was selected for IBM Daksh, Gudgaon
38. Development Program For Non-Teaching Staff: nil
39. Healthy Practices of the Institution:
A multiple science journal publishes the peer reviewed articles in Sci-fronts ,a journal published by college.
Students are encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities like dance drama and fine arts under the guidance of teachers and their works are displayed in the exhibition and stage shows in the social gathering.
Psychological, Medical and career counseling is provided to students.
Encouraging academic trends of students by arranging lectures and trips, and excursions by various departmental societies.
Every year a cricket match is held between college staff and students to promote better understanding between them.
Every year B.Sc V/VI sem Biotechnology students are sent for practical training in plant tissue culture for one week in Tropical Forest Research Institute, Jabalpur.
Staff provides financial help to the needy students of the college.
A clean green and healthy environment is maintained in the college campus.
40. Linkage Development National/International, Academic/Research Bodies: In Geology department collaborative research work is being conducted with faculties from IIT Roorkee, IT BHU and JNKVV Jabalpur. One major research project in collaboration with DRDO was started by Dr A K Bajpai, Department of Chemistry
41. Any other Relevant Information the institution wishes to add.
Govt. Model Science College
The college is one of the oldest institutions of Central India, which was established back in 1836 by the name of ‘Robertson College’.
Science faculty was started in 1896 and the year 2008 is 112th year of commencement of Science education. From 1956 it was affiliated to RDVV University, Jabalpur.
In 1962, it was bifurcated into Govt. Mahakaushal Arts and Commerce College and Govt. Science College, Jabalpur.
Following are the chronological development in the status of the college-
1985 - Status of ‘Model College’ was given by Department of Higher Education, Government of MP.
1988 - ‘Autonomous Status’ was awarded.
2002 - ‘Center of Excellence in Science Education" status by the Department of Higher Education, Govt. of MP.
2002 - NAAC Accreditation- ‘A’ Grade (88.9%).
2004 - "College with Potential for Exellence" status by UGC New Delhi with a grant of Rs 1.0 Crore.
The College awards 26 Gold Medals to meritorious students .These medals are instituted by Staff/Alumni/Parents in memoriam of their family members.
Environment Science subject at UG and PG level exist only in this Government college of MP.
Govt. Model Science College, Jabalpur, is the only Government college in MP state with a modern Central Instrumentation Laboratory having sophisticated instruments like Atomic Absorption, HPLC System, Shimadzu UV- VIS Spectrophotometer, CO2 incubator, Electronic High Precision Balance, FTIR Spectrophotometer.
This college is lead college of Jabalpur division under Department of Higher education, Govt. of MP for sports activities.
A high level UGC Committee conducted the review of Autonomous system in the college in June 2008 and the autonomy was extended up to 2013-14.
Air Quality Monitoring Station has been set up in Botany Department with the help of Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune. It is the only one of its kind in whole of MP.PART C
Detailed Plans of the Institution for the Next Year
Continuation of monitoring of teaching in the college and ensuring quality teaching.
Successful implementation of the new pattern of Semester system at UG and PG level in accordance with the schemes of the Higher Education Department of MP
Continuing community interaction programs and counseling programs for students.
In general providing a healthy atmosphere leading to efficient teaching, learning and research.
Strengthening of infrastructure facilities, such as construction of classrooms is proposed.
Proposal for establishing a Language lab
Proposal for a National Level Seminar in Chemistry is submitted to UGC.
Proposal for Conference on Human Resource Management- Role of Education in local employment management.
Proposal for Mathematical approximation with the aid of computer software
Re accreditation by NAAC.