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The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda

The Annual Quality Assurance Report of Internal Quality Assurance Cell



The Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) Name of Institution Year of Report : The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda www.msubaroda.ac.in : 2006-07

Part A: Plan of action and Outcome Achieved by IQAC

To organize international conferences along with National level Seminars/ workshops/Symposium To introduce new courses under various Department of Faculties under semester system Library Automation Library networking Web designing and Virtual Library Digital Library Computerization of other Libraries namely of Fine arts, Social Work, Management Studies, Law. Data base preparation completed for Advance Study in Education To strengthen the infrastructural facilities To encourage community participation

Part B
1. Activities reflecting the goals and objectives of the Institution Nos. of activity Details of activities 02 Exhibitions /Awareness Programs 13 National level Seminars/ workshops/Symposium 03 International Conference 17 Projects above 10 lakhs 02 UGC DRS 05 UGC DSA 02 UGC CAS 05 UGC-ASIHSS 10 DST-FIST 05 Inception of Gold Medals 08 Chief Minister fellowships to students 05 Sahar Scholarship to students 03 Students selected for Commission in Armed Forces 48 Distinguished Lectures 63 Extra Mural Talks 39 Lectures under other schemes All Gujarat Interuniversity Staff Cricket Tournament In-service Teachers Training Programme National Moot Court Competition Prof. Sukhdeo Thorat Chairman University Grant Commission was invited to deliver the convocation address and to confer degrees (6449 UG / 2193 PG / 786 DIP,79 Ph. D) at 55th Annual Convocation. 2. New academic programmes initiated (UG and PG)


P. G. Diploma in Business Administration P. G. Diploma in Banking and Insurance P. G. Diploma in Service Management Diploma in Electronics & Communication Engineering Diploma in Computer Engineering M. E. in Welding Technology P. G. Diploma in Package Engineering Post M.Sc. Advance Diploma in IPR and Bio-safety P. G. Diploma in Cyber Law P. G. Diploma in Human Rights P.G. Diploma in IRPM

Engineering & Technology

Science Law Social Work

3. Innovations in curricular design and transaction Curriculums of Newly implemented courses are design based on semester system Dept of Home Management in Faculty of Home Science has introduced internship for students of undergraduate level in two specialized areas of Hospital management and Interior designing. 4. Inter-disciplinary programmes started Following courses are offer by Centre for Continuing Adult Education and Community Services Course Name Duration Eligibility Fees (Rs) Remark NGO Governance 6 month Graduate / Dip/ 3000/Inter Experience disciplinary Fundamental Learning 30 days Open for all 2000 and Appreciation of Classical vocal Music Graphics Arts (Manual) 60 days Open for all 3000 Graphic Designing and 45 days Open for all 6000 Advertising Web Graphics and 60 days Open for all 8000 Animation 2D and 3D Animation 60 days Open for all 8000 M. S. Office 15 days Open for all 2500 Computer hardware 45 days HSC 6000 and Networking Auto Desk Reirt 45 days HSC 6000 Tally 30 days HSC 4000 Yoga and Nature Care 90 days Open for all 6000 Materials in Interior 15 days Open for all 1000 5. Examination reforms implemented Common Examiners remuneration policy is implemented 6. Candidate qualified: NET / SLET/ GATE etc

84 Net qualified; 18 SLET qualified 7. Initiative towards faculty development programmes One Staff Refresher Courses organized. Orientation programme of 15 days for new recruited teachers organized. Several Symposia, Seminars organized with in house faculty participation also. Sabbatical leave given to teachers. Consultancy service permitted. Leave & Financial Assistance provided for attending seminars / symposiums within India & Abroad 8. Total number of seminars / workshops conducted 9. Research Projects a. Newly implemented: b. Completed: 10. Patents generated, if any 01 11. New collaborative research Programmes 03 12. Research grants received from various agencies Rs. 11,01,03,599/13. Details of Research scholars

51 37 04

14. Citation index of faculty members ad impact factor Faculty Arts Commerce Education and Psychology Fine Arts Family and Community Science Journalism & Communication Law Management Medicine Performing Arts Science Social Work Technology and Engineering Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya M. K. Amin Arts and Science College and College of Commerce Number of Articles Published* 56 06 28 01 35 01 01 01 11 02 110 02 131 01 01 02

*Citation and index and impact factor of articles not available 15. Honors / Awards to the faculty Faculty Arts Commerce Fine Arts Management Performing Arts Science Social Work Technology and Engineering

International 01 02 01 ------04

National 01 01 01 04 01 ----08

State 02 01 01 01 01 02 -----08

16. Internal resources generated Rs. 66,44,919/17. Details of departments getting SAP / COSIST (ASSIST) /DST, FIST etc) DSA DRS CAS ASIHSS FIST 05 02 02 05 10 18. Community services Arts: Organized lecture series on Mrityunu Rahasya(The Mystry of Death) Exhibitions, slide shows, gallery talks to those who visit the museum in the Dept of Archeology & ancient History & culture.

Family and Community Service Services extended in teaching new income generating activities to enhance the skill of the members of women rehabilitation centre Innovatives methods and materials used to focus the urban extension programme on the area of communal harmony in which adolescent girls and women from different slums of Vadodara were benefited. Creating HIV/aids awareness among tribal youths of nearby villages

Imparting nutrition education among women and children of a village Guidance and Counseling for orphans, slum dwellers, rural population and senior Citizen Workshop for aging women over 40 yrs on benefits of yoga and nutrition

Social work Adoption Resource Centre : During the year ARC registered 16 cases including those for home-study report and facilitated adoption to 5 couples. Child Guidance Clinic (ICSW): objective to provide therapeutic services to the children with emotional disturbance and behavioural disorders, to help children in unfolding their capacities and potentialities , to help other institutions to develop health services for children in the community, to promote / provide training and rehabilitate the mentally disabled children and also to provide learning experiences to social work students. CHILDLINE : a national 24 hour free phone emergency outreach service for children in need of care and protection. Two training programme for team members on internet operation and computer security, team building and conflict management skills were organized Samaj Kalyan Kendra: organized guidance and support to anganwadi workers, remedial coaching for school going children, talk on legal aid, child marriage and dowery for women groups etc. Miss Swoboda Adolescent Counselling Centre Polytechnic Community Polytechnic Scheme sponsored by MHRD is working with the objectives to train those villagers who are dropped out of regular education system due to poor family condition or non availability of educational facilities. I also help the villagers by providing technical support, technical knowledge and information regarding new technologies. Various activites are carried out under this scheme Manpower development Technology transferred Socio-economic Surveys Information dissemination Community Service Law: Legal aid clinic NSS Flood relief activities like spreading DDT and Gamaxion powder in the flood affected villages ,Medical Check up camps , gramsafai , distribution of food and milk powder etc Celebration of Navratri with senior citizens at juvenile home Baroda Distribution of kites and threads and medicine kits at Juvenile Home, Home for cripple children during Kite Flying Festival, Makasankranti (Uttarayan) Plantation activity at handicapped house One day camp for motivating youths at a village 19. Teachers and Officer newly recruited Professor Readers Lecturers Temp Lect 13 26 44 250 20. Teaching Non-teaching staff ratio 21. Improvement in the Library services 1:1.85 Teach. Assit. 108 Officers 06

Provides Wi-Fi facility Introduction of Smart Cards Global Information and Communication Centre access to E-resources, data bases and Internet Browsing facility Organized National workshops on Empowering Librarianship in IT Applications on the following sub themes Library Automation Library networking Web designing and Virtual Library Digital Library Received best library award Computerization of other Libraries namely of Fine arts, Social Work, Management Studies, Law. Data base preparation completed for Advance Study in Education 22. New books/ Journals subscribed and their cost Total Books added to No. of Journals Subsribed Library System 12502 400 Total Cost of Journals Subscribed (Rs.) 1,17,25,402/-

23. Courses in which student assessment of teacher is introduced and the action taken on student feedback Bachelor and Master in Education, PG Diploma in Guidance and Counselling, M. Sc. (Micro Biology), Faculty of Family and Community Sciences 24. Unit cost of Education Rs. 22,562.03 25. Computerization of administration and the process of admissions and examination results, issue of certificates Computers are installed for issuing of Rank, passing attempt certificate, details of examination programe and related work New program designed and developed for the changed passing scheme for the BA examinations. 26. Increase in infrastructural facilities Renovation to Staircase Flooring, OTS at Hansa Mehta library Extension to Faculty of Pertforming Arts Extension to Annexe Building Faculty of Performing Arts Replacing Sheets Painting & Sculpture Studios Fine Arts Repair and renovation at Home Development & Family Studies Department, Faculty of Family & Community Studies Extension to Food & Nutrition Department Faculty of Family & Community Studies Renovation of University Entrance Gate Permanent stage at Convocation ground Covering OTS work at Hansa Mehta Library Construction of Amphitheatre, Faculty of Social Works 27. Technological up gradation

Instruments worth Rs. 59,102,742.28 were purchased by the various departments to upgrade the technology and increase the teaching- learning facilities 28. Computer and internet access and training to teachers and students Total Bandwidth: 2.5mbps Facilitation of International academic programmes like Virtual Classroom project, Interaction of BCA Programme with the Penn State University and Unisys Corporation and the Indo-US Edusat programme. Started computer basics, office automation and internet course on self financed basis for the students and staff of the university. Training to the user department about updating web content of the Departments 29. Financial aid to student Merit Scholarship Free Student ship Rs. 28,594 Rs. 77,400 Physical Edu (sports) Rs. 9,12,880 H. M. Lib. (Books) Rs. 1,64,75,086

30. Support from Alumni Association and its activities Alumni Association meetings with scientific / academic programmes of the following departments. 1) Pharmacy 2) Chemistry 3) Applied Maths 4) Bio-Chemistry 5) Polytechnic 6) Social Work 7) Family & Community Sciences. 8) Geology / Civil Engineering 9) Physics. Civil Engineering Department is developing a Computer lab with help from alumni. Alumni of Fine Arts participated in prestigious international painting exhibition Edge of Desire-Asia in Society and Queens Museum, U.S.A. With the help of our alumni Dr. Kumar Nanavati working with Pfizer, a multinational pharmaceutical company of the United States of America and Prof Dunn of Rutgers University of America, one year Post Graduate Diploma course in Packaging Engineering has been started in the Faculty of Technology & Engineering. This course is first of its kind in India and perhaps across Asia. 31. Support from the parent teacher Association and its activities Not available 32. Health services No. of staff treated 28,004 No. of Students treated 7998 No. of lab investigations done 11,230 No. of immunization done 232

No. of patients treated by consultants Dermatologist Gynecologist 1076 379 33. Performance in sports activities Participation at National Level:

Ophthalmologist 39

4 players Kho-Kho (M); 3 players Hockey(M); 1 player Cricket (M); 2 players Football (M); 4 players Kabaddi (M); 1 player Table Tennis(W); 01 shooting Neha Puri won Gold medal in Open national Table Tennis Tournament Table Tennis team (W) secured 3rd Place at West Zone and 4th place at Inter Zone Inter University Tournament University won Gujarat State Athletics Championship for the year 2006-07. 34. Incentives to outstanding sports person Blazers to players sequring at Inter Univ. tournament; 1st and 2ns place in team games and 1st , 2ns and 3rd places in individual events at West zone and Inter zone Sports merit percentage (applicable where No entrance test is conducted) State Level: 2% for players securing 1st and 2nd in team game and 1st, 2nd or 3rd in individual events National level: 3% ; Zonal level: 5% Winner of 1st and 2nd in Team game and and 1st, 2nd or 3rd in individual events Direct admission to National and winner of (1st and 2nd in team game and 1st, 2nd or 3rd in individual events) Direct admission to international Participation Ranji award to best Cricket Player (Cash and Rotating Trophy) Award to Best Athelitic (M and W) (Cash) 35. Student achievements and awards 185 Gold Medals and prizes Fine Arts Students participated in workshops organized by the Lalit KAla Academy : 5 Students participated in the painting exhibitions and displayed their work: 4 Inlaks Foundation Scholarship: 1 Bodhi Award : 2 National scholarship : 5 State Awards : 3 National Awards : 2 Science Minaxi Lalit Award by Gujarat Science Congress in Physics Social Work Shri Nandkishor Yadav of Faculty of Social Work was awarded scholarship worth Rs.10,200/- in Shooting from Indian Sports Authority. Tech & Engg Best paper award (I prize) at 2nd International conference and Indo-Canadian satellite symposium on Pharmaceutical sciences, Technology, practice and Natural Health Products, Best Poster Award at 58th Indian Pharmaceutical Congress, 2nd Prize at State level oral paper presentation competition GUJCOST P.P. Suryakumari Prize for the best paper in Diabetes IPS conference, APTI Prize for the best paper in Pharmacology & Toxicology Second prize in Design Competition of Bridges in Footprints 36. Activities of the Guidance and Counseling Cell Formal Cell could not be established , however guidance and counseling was provided in all faculties. e.g.

Marg Counselling cell attached with Health center for counselling Family and community Science has Youth Study and Support Centre as guidance and counseling cell Education and Psychology has Mental health clinic and counseling cell Social work runs adolescence cell and help line for them as counseling activity 37. Placement services provided to students There has been 90 to 100% placement of the students in faculties and journalism management and social work. Various companies approach Faculty of Technology and Engineering and Faculty of Science. Students are sent to various industries for legal guidance support and thereby get placement there and there itself at times. 38. Development programmes for non-teaching staff Inter University Non-Teaching Staff cricket Tournament was organized Recurring Saving Scheme continues in staff Co-credit Society Felicitation programme for the wards of the staff by the staff Co-credit Society. Training Programme for Tally Accounts was organized. Orientation Programme for the newly recruited officers 39. Best practices of the institution 40. Linkages developed with National / International, academic /research bodies Year 2006-2007 MOUs Signed with various countries 1 ( Ivy League, USA) , 1 (Spanish Counsil , Spain) , , 1 (University of Florida, USA), 1 ( University of Pennsylvania, USA) , 1 ( University of South Florida, USA) , 1( Larsen & Toubro, Moscow) 6 New & 6 Old

41. Any other relevant information Prof. Sitanshu Mehta, PADMA SHRI, has consented to be the Writer In Residence in the University. The Writer in Residence is first of its idea in the Indian University System which this University has proudly started. Prof.K.G.Subramanyan, ex HOD of Dept of Painting/ex Dean of Faculty of Fine Arts, received PADMA BHUSHAN. Justice K.R.Vyas, Chief Justice of Bombay High Court, an alumini of Law Faculty was felicitated on his elevation as Chief Justice. Indian Library Association at the 51st All India Library Conference at Kurukshetra honored our Librarian as best Librarian. An audio Video Compact Disc on the subject of History of Hindi Literature was made by Dept of Hindi, Faculty of Arts.

Part C: Detail Plans of the Institution for next year 2007-08

To initiate New academic programmes (UG and PG) under credit based semester system To improve and strengthen Library services To encourage and organize different community services under various faculties as part of social sensitisation programme for students To encourage practice of student assessment of teaches to be introduced and the action taken on student feedback in various courses To document and high light the best practices of the various institutions

Name and Signature Co-ordinator IQAC

Name and Signature Chair Person IQAC