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1 Proposal for Connectivity to Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded ( M.S.) & Affiliated Colleges Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded 7 th November, 2009 Presentation by : Prin. Dr. G. N. Shinde

2 The Mission Statement: “Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University pledges itself to uphold zealously its mission of promoting acquisition and dissemination of knowledge through fearless and sustained pursuit of excellence aimed at moulding personalities of students entering its portals to grow with an upright character filled with enlightenment and to be the value adhering members of a just and humane society”. Vision: Enlightened Student: A Source of Immense Power

3  General Enrollment Ratio (GER) National Target :18-23% National : 11.6 % Regional : 9 %  Conventional colleges fail to fill up 45 % seats  External Education is supposed to be terminated For improvement in GER :: 1.ODE- Open Distance Learning : Tribal and Remote Area, BPL & Minorities 2.Use of ICT- Information and Communication Technology 3.Strengthening of regular courses through ICT 4.Cyclonic spread of globalization 5.Implementation of this proposal –” National Mission on Education through ICT ( NME-ICT) “ Some Highlights

4 Location : Marathwada Region of Maharashtra Districts : Nanded, Latur, Parbhani and Hingoli Establishment: 17 th Sept 1994 Area: 525 Acres No. of U.G. Courses: 28 No. of U.G. Subjects: 231 No. of P.G. Courses: 49 No. of P.G. Subjects: 176 No. of U.G. Students:49314 No. of P.G. Students:46236 No. of Schools in the University along with sub-center: 15 No. of departments in the University along with sub-center:37 No. of affiliated Colleges within University: 363 No. of Colleges having U.G.C. 12B Status within University: 71 I. University at a Glance

5  Accreditated by NAAC – B grade  Open Distance Learning Center : Grants received 15 Lakhs by DEC, Delhi  UGC sanctioned 13 Crore under UGC XI th Plan  MoU with Seven Foreign Universities and reputed National Institutions.  Funds generated through projects:- 3 crore  Grants for minor research projects (Through University Funds):- 0.50 crore  Grants from FIST(DST) :- 1 crore II. Achievements

6 III. Collaborations and MoU National Level  National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad  Integrated Geo Instrumentation Services, Pvt. Ltd.  Groundwater Survey & Development Agency, Govt. of Maharashtra.  YASHADA, Pune  Commerce & Industry Cell, Nanded (Industry) International Level  Asian Research Network, Seoul, Korea  King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok Thailand  Galilee College, Israel  University of Nigeria, Jakarta  Philippines Normal University, Philippines  Nortan University, Cambodia  Universitat Gorontalo, Indonesia

7  India envisions the transformation of the Indian Society into a fully developed, values-based, knowledge-driven society by the year 2020.  several major strategic e-learning, ICT initiatives will be introduced, which is one of them - National Mission on Education through Information & Communication Technology [ICT]  This proposal aims to set a primary working group at some of the affiliated Colleges having U. G. C.12B status for the area of integrating intelligence into virtual / online learning systems.  To build intelligent, virtual learning environment to support the educational process.  To design tutors and student modeling systems.  To acculturate learner to ICT, enabling them to maximize the benefit of ICT applications.  To develop e-learning resources by the teaching staff and make them available for all UG / PG students.  To establish networking with in the University campus and affiliated colleges. IV. Objectives of the Proposal

8 1.E-contents generation : UG and PG courses 2.Establishment of Networking & Connectivity 3.Infrastructure Development :  Virtual Classrooms and Labs  Computing Laboratory V. Proposal Outlook

9 1.Any-time availability of desired knowledge at appropriate levels of comprehension to all for self paced learning. 2.Platform for sharing of ideas and techniques and pooling of knowledge resources. 3.Use of e-learning as an effort multiplier for providing access, quality and equality in the sphere of providing education to every learner in the country.  Curriculum delivery models  FAQs and guidelines  Interactive learning resources  Teacher observation toolkit  Learner response analysis 4. Provision for Connectivity & access devices, content generation, personalization & mentoring, testing & certification and encouragement of talent.  Connectivity – full duplex, broadband, DTH, IPTV, and EDUSAT  Access devices – Camera, L.C.D  Content generation  Personalization and mentoring  Testing and Certification 5. Providing e-books & e-journals, utilizing the repository of contents generated so far. VI. Objective wise Work plan Contd..

10 6. Improving teachers’ training and course curriculum.  Planning and guiding the development of a region wide / state wide / nation wide network of teachers  conducting online orientation courses, refresher courses, STTP, workshops  Exploring reforms and innovation in teachers’ education with the application of ICT. 7. Benefits:  Support learners through the use of interactive online resources  Enrich learning and teaching through the use of mobile technology  Extend the role of e-learning through blended curriculum delivery models  Support teaching staff through an e-supported peer observation scheme Contd..

11 8. Providing e-Learning support to every higher education institution for technology assisted learning.  Research to Identify the Learning needs in the chosen pilot target areas  Creation of Learning Objects  Development of Knowledge sharing mechanism using web 2.0  Dissemination Mechanisms of Knowledge through web/face-to-face and other methods for life long learning. 8. Preparation of metadata and timed index preparation for educational video / audio content on tape or other media. 9. Credit based flexible module formulation for openness to qualifications and easy transfer of credits from one programme / course to another. 10. Setting up virtual labs and lab centers and finishing schools for quality enhancement.

12 There is utmost need to link large number of students with vast knowledge base considering the global scenario. The overall Management includes, 1.The participation of colleges through Learning Management System (LMS), collaboration tools, groupware, digital library and e-publishing facilities. 2. University coordinates with Industry and Research Centers 3. There will be a monitoring Agency : a body of academicians, experts and key officials such as Directors, Deans, Peer review of members, Discussion Group Members, etc 4.Digital library support and pedagogically effective management will be set over Intranet for distributed courses VII. Justification of the Proposal

13 For U.G. and P.G. Classes The process of content development will have a well-organized skeletal structure for E-Courseware within a module. Ensuring of Course management and Teachers’ mentoring processes. 1.Syllabus, prerequisites, target learners group, learning objectives, and formal credits attached to the course. 2.Module will consists of number of lectures, tutorial, practical, group work, self-study, etc. and their sequencing related to each module. 3.Teacher’s material, power point presentations, approach to the topic, highlighting key concepts and their explanations. 4.Online quiz or test for the module. 5.Associated Module / Course-specific Portal with Digital Library and external links 6.Interactive modular structures among students and teachers through TV and Video Conferencing Programs. 7.Building the database / Archival 8.Popularization of ICT based education for masses at large VIII. Proposal – A. Content Generation

14 Priority Areas for the e- Content development: 1. Industrial Engineering & Management 2. English, Mathematics, Economics and Literature 3. Total Quality Management 4. Advanced Chemical Technology 5. Non-Conventional Energy 6. Life sciences and soft tissue 7. Bio-informatics 8. Computer Soft-wares 9. Nano Materials and Nano Technology Pilot phase: PG Classes:(49 Courses with 176 subjects) (10 Courses are selected) UG Classes:(28 Courses with 231 subjects) (10 Subjects are selected) Content Generation

15 i)Provision of e-books and e-journals free to the learners Development of Central Repository for better support learning activities in certain subjects like business, law, computer science where information is structured in relatively discrete blocks and where a high premium is placed on currency. Such facility has provision for direct learner support, concurrent usages, cost effectiveness, resource discovery, and usage statistics. ii) Standardization of quality assurance of contents & Certification / automation of certification  Solo classroom  Graded courses - grading by remote centers  Graded courses - grading by Prime Institutions like IIT  Dynamic courses set by Industry Experts iii) Developing suitable pedagogical methods for various classes, intellectual calibers and research in e-learning  Learning methods  Participation  E-Learning Content Generation

16 iv) Development of language converter and translation tool kit Since the medium of understanding of audience will vary from region to region, conversion of available content into various regional languages is a must. Hence there is necessity of translator and dubbing tools with all language supports, for which funding is required v) Development and realization of Virtual Reality Laboratories and supporting facilities for e-learning Virtual Science Laboratory will comprise of  access to learning management system through web  Slides, practical assignments, tutorials, exam questions and their solutions  Discussion forum among participating institutions  Whole nation can become a large classroom vi)Spread Digital Literacy for Teacher Empowerment. vii)Talk to a teacher to provide a substitute for coaching for the economically poor students viii) Development of software controlled hardware programming for robotics & other crucial areas ix) Experimentation and Development of ultra low cost access devices for wide Coverage of learners & their field trials x) Adaptation & deployment of open source simulation packages equivalent to MATLAB, ORCAD etc. Content Generation

17  Tribal area  Remote area  Rural and underserved communities including natives  Urban Poor  Women  Youth  Differently abled persons / community  Senior Citizens  Small and Medium Enterprises VIII. Possible Beneficiary

18  Working within the framework.  Developing a prototype first.  Having a specific community and facilitate the participation of that community  Designing for the ICT infrastructure realities.  Building effective smart partnerships.  Emphasizing ICT awareness and training  Having a sustainability plan.  Horizontal Expansion IX. Work plan and Methodology

19 X. Financial Disclosure –I PG Classes:(49 Courses with 176 subjects) (10 Courses are selected) UG Classes:(28 Courses with 231 subjects) (10 Subjects are selected) UG Classes: Number of papers for each subject Arts: 7Annual pattern (7x2=14 for Semester) Social Sciences: 7Annual pattern (7x2=14 for Semester) Science: 11Annual pattern (11x2=22 for Semester) Comm & Mgmt : 7Annual pattern (7x2=14 Semester) Approximately for Each Subject = 14 papersAnnual = 14x2 =28Semester @ Rs. 7 Lacks/Course, One subject= 28x7=Rs. 196 Lacks UG Classes: For 15 subjects from 2 courses, 15 Subjects x Rs. 196 Lacks=Rs. 2940 Lacks PG Classes: For 40 subjects from 5 courses, 40 Subjects x Rs. 196Lacks=Rs. 7840 Lacks

20 X. Financial Disclosure –II Phase I: Proposed for XI th plane: UG Classes: For 5 subjects from 2 courses, 5 Subjects x Rs. 196 Lacks=Rs. 980 Lacks PG Classes: For 10 subjects from 5 courses, 10 Subjects x Rs. 196 Lacks=Rs. 1960 Lacks Phase II: Proposed for XII th plane: UG Classes: For 10 subjects from 5 courses, 10 Subjects x Rs. 196Lacks=Rs. 1960 Lacks PG Classes: For 30 subjects from 15 courses, 30 Subjects x Rs. 196 Lacks=Rs. 5880 Lacks

21  Virtual Laboratory & Media Centre at Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded  Virtual Classroom at Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University and other selected colleges  Computing Lab facility at networked affiliated Colleges XI. Infrastructure System setup

22 SNItemCost (Lakhs) 1High resolution Video recording camera setup 12.00 2Sun Workstations (2 No.s)10.00 3Multimedia PC (20 Nos) 14.00 4Video recording & Editing software, Animation s/w11.00 5CISCO Router, Internet connectivity thr’ switch03.60 6LCD Projector01.00 7Audio System01.00 8DTH/EDUSAT Complete Setup 20.00 9Video Conference Unit03.30 10UPS, printer, scanner and other sundry items10.00 11Furniture 20.90 12Electrification, AC, Installation charges 06.00 Total112.80 XI-A. Virtual Laboratory and Media Centre Infrastructure

23 SNItemCost (Lakhs) 1Multimedia PC (2 Nos) 2.00 2CISCO Router2.50 3Internet connectivity thr’ switch0.70 4LCD Projector0.70 5Audio System0.20 6DTH/EDUSAT Complete set up20.00 7Video Conference Unit3.00 8UPS and other sundry items2.00 9Furniture, Installation charges1.90 Total32.00 XI-B. Virtual Classroom Infrastructure

24 SNItemCost (Lakhs) 1Multimedia PC (20 Nos) 10.00 2CISCO Router02.50 3Internet connectivity thr’ switch0.70 4UPS, printer and other sundry items2.00 5OS and other Softwares3.00 6Furniture, Installation charges3.80 Total 21.00 XI-C. Computing Laboratory

25 SNItemCost (Lakhs) 1.BSNL Broad band connectivity charges including MODEM etc. thr’ 512KBPS for every college nodes for one year00.90 2. BSNL 20 MBPS Leased Line charges for one year 50.00 3.Development of MIS for other student’s academic data maintenance purpose (This is one time development charges for software to be developed with private software consultant according University and college requirement)50.00 Total100.90 XI-D. Connectivity and other charges

26 SNItemCost (Lakhs) 1Virtual Laboratory & Media Centre112.80 2Virtual Classroom at University032.00 3Computing Laboratory021.00 4BSNL Lease Line charges per year050.00 5Development of MIS software for academic purpose055.00 6Subscription to e-journals, eBooks, 050.00 Sub-total 321.80 7Virtual Classrooms at each college (71Colleges@20 Lakh)1420.00 8. Computing Lab Facility at each college (71 @Rs21 Lakh) 1491.00 9BSNL Broadband Charges(71@1.00Lakh)0071.00 10Training, Maintenance and other charges (71@1.00Lakh) 0071.0071@1.00Lakh Sub-total 3053.00 Total 3374.80 XI-E. Total Requirement

27 Sr. NoItems Financial Projection 2008-092009-102010-11 2011-12 A.Content Generation1 1.PG Classes (10/49 subjects)19.60 0014.603.002.00 2.UG Classes (10/213 subjects) 9.80005.803.001.00 3.Video content digitization 5.00 003.001.001.00 4.Provision of e-books/ journals 0.50 000.400.100.00 5.Standardization of quality 5.00003.001.001.00 6.Developing pedagogical std 10.00005.003.002.00 7.Development of language converter kit 2.00 00 1.50 0.50 0.00 8.Development and Virtual Reality Lab 10.00005.003.002.00 9.Spread Digital Literacy for Teachers 5.00002.002.001.00 10. Development of ultra low cost devices 3.00001.501.500.00 11.Coaching for the economically poor students 5.00 003.001.500.50 12.Development Robotics & other crucial areas 5.00003.001.001.00 13.Adaptation of open source simulation 3.00002.001.000.00 Sub-Total82.900049.821.611.5 XI-F. Financial Requirements Physical Activities in three parts

28 Sr. NoItems Financial Projection 2008-092009-102010-11 2011-12 B. Connectivity 1.bulk storage servers at 100 institutions 1.00001.000.000.00 2.One EduSAT hub at 100 Institutions 0.60000.600.000.00 3.20 EduSAT Satellite Interactive Terminals 0.50000.500.000.00 4.2000 nodes for 1 Gbps connectivity 5.00003.001.001.00 5.EduSAT Interactive Terminal at each Inst. 0.42000.320.100.00 6.15-20 nodes for 7.5-10 Mbps connectivity 12.78006.004.782.00 7.Provision of 1000 DTH Channels 0.07000.070.000.00 8.Provision of 100 PC @ 1 per faculty member 0.10000.060.040.00 Sub-Total 20.470011.555.923.00 Total (A+B) 103.370061.3527.5214.5 XI-F. Financial Requirements Physical Activities in three parts

29 XII-A. Phase wise Expenditure-I Financial requirement for Content Generation : Rs.88.97 Corers Financial requirement for Connectivity : Rs.30.47 Corers Total: Rs. 119.44 Corers Phase I (XI Plane Period): Financial requirement for Content Generation : Rs.82.90 Corers Financial requirement for Connectivity : Rs.20.47 Corers Total: Rs. 103.37 Corers Phase II (XII Plane Period): Financial requirement for Content Generation : Rs.6.07 Corers Financial requirement for Connectivity : Rs.10 Corers Total: Rs. 16.07 Corers

30 XII-B. Year wise Expenditure-II Part I: Year 2009-10 : Financial requirement for Content Generation : Rs.49.80 Corers Financial requirement for Connectivity : Rs.11.55 Corers Total: Rs. 61.35 Corers Part II: Year 20010-11 Financial requirement for Content Generation : Rs.21.60 Corers Financial requirement for Connectivity : Rs. 5.92 Corers Total: Rs. 27.52 Corers Part III: Year 20011-12: Financial requirement for Content Generation : Rs.11.50 Corers Financial requirement for Connectivity : Rs. 3.00 Corers Total: Rs. 14.50 Corers

31 Hon. Dr. S. B. Nimse, Vice Chancellor, Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded Principal DR. G. N. Shinde, Member Management Council, Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded Director, B. C. U. D., Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded Prof. R.D. Kaplay, Director, School of Environmental Sciences, Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded Principal Dr. More P.L., D. S. M. College, Parbhani XIII-A. Discussion Group Members

32 Principal G. N. Shinde, Indira Gandhi College, Nanded Prof. Khairnar R. S., Director, School of Physical Sciences, Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded Prof. S. N. Talbar, Department of Electronics & Computer Sciences. S. G. G. S. College of Engineering & Technology, Nanded Mr. Parag Bhalchandra, Asst. Prof. School of Computational Sciences, Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded XIII-B. List of Experts

33 Hon. Dr. S. B. Nimse, Vice Chancellor, S. R. T. M. U., Nanded Dr. Pandit Vidyasagar, Director, B. C. U. D. Pune University, Pune Dr. N. Raja, Sr. Scientist,T. I. F. R., Mumbai Dr. Deepak Shikarpur, Pune XIII-C. List of Peer Review

34 1.Coordinator: Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded, 431605 (MS) 2. Connectivity to Affiliated Colleges: 71 Affiliated Colleges having U.G.C. 12B Status Includes: 1. Remote Area College: Master Dinanath Mageshkar College, Aurad Shahajani Dist. Latur 2. Minorities College such as Azad College, Ausa and Dist. Latur 3. Tribal & Remote area College such as Baliram Patil College & Saraswati Vidya Mandir College, Kinwat Dist.Nanded XIV. Place of Work

35 Thanks for anticipation

36 Research Output

37 Total Funds Generated => 396.55 + 60 (FIST) = 456.55

38 In addition to this Exam Section generated funds of Rs.18 lakhs through consultancy

39 MoU with Institute of Nano Science and Technology, Korea

40 MoU with King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok

41 MoU with YASHADA

42 Publications and Seminars

43 Infrastructure

44 Teaching Aids

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46 Students support & Progression

47 Governance and Leadership

48 University has implemented > 45% of the recommendations of the Audit Committee in 4 months

49 Administrative Employees

50 Managing Bodies Academic Council Management Council Senate

51 Affiliated Colleges 315 Affiliated Colleges 58 colleges are NAAC accredited 3 colleges with CPE Status

52 Essential Amenities Water Supply to the university is through: Dug Wells (14), Bore Wells (08) In addition to this there is a Lake and 2 Bandharas on campus Un-interrupted electric supply though feeder line University has 4 Generators Solar Street Lights (15)

53 Boys Hostel & Girls Hostel Guest Houses Canteen Employees Quarters Health Centre Sports Ground

54 Expansion of Buildings

55 Funds Generated UGC Funds State Govt. Funds Fees (Tuition, Ph.D., etc.) Entrance Exam Fees Project Funds

56 Expenditure of Funds

57 Examination Internal & External Components Central Assessment Time bound declaration of Results: More than 75% of the results are declared within the stipulated time limit of 45 days. Copy of answer books is provided on demand

58 Contribution of University in regional development Incremental growth in % of passes from backward category

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61 Library

62 NSS

63 Sports Organisation of : Ashwamedh, West Zone Inter University Tournaments of Kabaddi (M) All India Inter University Kabaddi Tournament (M)

64 Students Welfare Participation in i)Cultural programme ii)Youth Festival iii)Avishkar iv)Indradhanushya v)Avhan vi)Ashwamedh vii)Women’s Day Celebrations

65 Achievements during last year

66 I - Curricular Aspects Introduction of New Schools On campus School of Mathematics School of Fine & Performing Arts On Sub campus School of Social Science School of Technology

67 Certificate Courses: Foreign Languages ( German) Foreign Languages (Chinese) Dramatics Folk Dance Diploma courses : Geoinformatics Introduction of New Courses

68 PG programs: M.Sc. (Zoology) M.Sc. (Mathematics) M.Sc. (Applied Physics) M.Sc. (Bioinformatics) M.Sc. (ICT) M.A. (Economics) Certificate Courses in ‘Chinese’ & ‘German’ Research programs (M.Phil) Education (Regular & Vocational Mode) Languages & Literature ( Marathi & English) Introduction of New Courses

69 Anti-terrorism and peace education Research Methodology at PG Level Introduction of New Papers

70 Academic autonomy is bestowed to all schools with following features Independent Ad-hoc Board for each School School/Subject(s) Board with various committees looking after different activities of the school Academic Flexibility

71 II - Teaching-Learning and Evaluation process Classrooms are equipped with High Quality white marker board LCD projectors Credit Exchange : NGRI and School of Earth Sciences

72 Teaching-Learning and Evaluation process Recruitment of qualified teachers : Professors: 13 Readers: 29 Lecturers : 38 Adjunct Faculty are pooled from various esteemed organisations (Like NGRI & GSDA) and Universities of National repute.

73 III - Research, Consultancy and Extension work Funds generated through projects:- 43.55 lakhs Grants for minor research projects (Through University Funds) :- 30 lakhs Encouragement for SAP: 02 proposals submitted

74 Encouragement for FIST: 04 proposals submitted (one short listed for presentation) Abroad Visits of Faculty : Prof. B.C. Baric, Dr. Kumbharkhane, Dr. Sagar, Dr. D.M. Khandare, Dr. K. Vijaykumar, Dr. Pushpeshkumar, Dr. Suresh Chandra and Dr. M.K. Patil.

75 Collaborations and MoU National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad Integrated Geo Instrumentation Services, Pvt. Ltd. Asian Research Network, Seoul, Korea Groundwater Survey & Development Agency, Govt. of Maharashtra. King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok Thailand YASHADA, Pune Commerce & Industry Cell, Nanded (Industry)

76 IV - Infrastructure & Learning Resources Construction of new buildings for : School of Pharmacy School of Languages & Literature School of Media Studies School of Educational Sciences School of fine & Performing Arts Sub campus

77 Central Library Canteen Extension of Boys’ & Girls’ Hostel Health centre Infrastructure & Learning Resources

78 Laying down of roads Plantation Water supply pipeline from Godavari river Uninterrupted Electric supply Bus service ( City to Campus) Infrastructure & Learning Resources

79 V - Student Support & Progression Strengthening of ‘Earn and Learn Scheme’ Scholarships for PG students (Toppers) & research students Formation of Guidance & Placement Cell

80 Increase in Intake Capacity for all the courses on campus Seat allotment for students from other state & abroad

81 VI - Governance & Leadership Appointment of statutory officers (FAO, Registrar & BCUD) Appointment of Professors Appointment of full-fledged Directors for: School of Earth Sciences, Chemical sciences, Educational sciences, Media Studies, Languages & Literature, Sub Campus

82 Formation of new cells & Centers International Students Centre Women Grievance Cell UGC Cell Foreign Language Cell Student Facilitation Centre Open & Distance Education Cell

83 VII - Innovative Practices Innovative programs in Geoinformatics short listed for presentation Ad-hoc Board of Studies for School Exam Reforms Semester pattern for affiliated colleges

84 YASHADA- training centre for government personals, Administrators Pre-IAS coaching centre New Chairs in the name of  Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar  Guru Govind Singh  Shankarrao Chavan  Swami Ramanand Teerth International School of Technology Innovative Practices

85 Vibrant Ph.D. guidelines Academic Audit Academic Performance Indicators Perspective Plan Vision Document: Vision 2020 Innovative Practices

86 Seminars/ workshops for Teachers, Principals and College Management Separate budgetary provision for teachers training Separate budgetary provision for Adjunct Faculty in each School Budgetary provision for Campus Development Separate budgetary provision for Training to Non-Teaching Staff Innovative Practices

87 Prof. Arun Nigvekar, Ex-Chairman, UGC Prof. K. B. Powar, Ex-VC & Secretary General, AIU Prin. Dr. Pratap Borade, Vidya Pratishthan college of Engineering, Baramati Prof. Vijaykumar Khole, VC, Mumbai University Dr. M.G. Takawale, Ex-VC, Shivji University, Kolhapur Dr. J.M. Waghmare, Founder VC, Member of Parliament Dr. R.S. Deshpande, Director, ISEC, Banglore Shri. Ashok Joshi, Director, Ind-Search, Pune Dr. Maya Pandit Pro-VC, UEFL, Hyderabad Coordinator Dr. S.B. Nimse Vice Chancellor Formation of Committee Expansion Learning Research Collaboration Extension services, Excellence with Equity Vision - 2020 : Summary Recommendations by NKC & Yashpal Committee Formation of Committee Recommendations by NKC & Yashpal Committee Prof. Arun Nigvekar, Ex-Chairman, UGC Prof. K. B. Powar, Ex-VC & Secretary General, AIU Prin. Dr. Pratap Borade, Vidya Pratishthan college of Engineering, Baramati Prof. Vijaykumar Khole, VC, Mumbai University Dr. M.G. Takawale, Ex-VC, Shivji University, Kolhapur Dr. J.M. Waghmare, Founder VC, Member of Parliament Dr. R.S. Deshpande, Director, ISEC, Banglore Shri. Ashok Joshi, Director, Ind-Search, Pune Dr. Maya Pandit Pro-VC, UEFL, Hyderabad Coordinator Dr. S.B. Nimse Vice Chancellor Formation of Committee Recommendations by NKC & Yashpal Committee Background Analysis & Consultation Strategy formulation Identification of Potential

88 Proposal for CENTRAL FACILITIES under UGC XI Plan Library Upgradation of computer facility Campus Development Sports Facilities Students Amenities Guest House Publication Bureau Sophisticated Instruments Centre University Networking/Internet Lab

89 Achievements of XI Plan

90 Despite low faculty strength the University have achieved good Publication, Teaching and Human Resource development The University staff is found to be quite competitive and learned All Schools must be made autonomous both academically and administratively ICT should be used to integrate administration, Examinations, Finance and BCUD Schools should increase outreach activities UGC XI plan committees compliments and Suggestions

91 Global Outreach Visit toOutcomes United States May 2009 Interaction with NAFSA participants Malaysia June 2009 Interaction with ACU Vice- Chancellors Thailand August 2009 MoU with 2 Universities King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi. Bangkok University (private)

92 Comments & Compliance (NAAC-2001) CommentsCompliance No course in Mathematics School of Mathematics established Curriculum enhancement CGPA pattern Faculty Development Programme-moderate Separate funds for Teachers Training

93 CommentsCompliance Less no. of Ph.D. staff55 Teachers with Ph.D. (68%) Exam system is partially computarised All the results are declared using indigenous software Large no. of drop outsDrop out rate has gone down to 2.5%

94 CommentsCompliance Central Library Books less Figure has gone up by more than 10000 No Separate building for Library Library is housed in spacious building, construction of building is in progress Women’s representation among staff is moderate Women’s representation has gone up by 3 in Teachers Cadre

95 CommentsCompliance Vacant position needs to be filled Teachers posts have gone up to 80, posts are advertised regularly (4 times in last 8 months) No permanent staff in Languages Six permanent staff Faculty has published 70 papers More than 500 papers are published

96 CommentsCompliance Four Ph.D. awarded & 60 are registered 107 Ph.D.’s awarded & 241 registered Only few funded research projects 69 Research Projects with about 4 Crores of outlay Moderate Consultancy Services Rs.15 lakhs are generated through consultancy (+18 lakhs from Exam Section)

97 CommentsCompliance Moderate Collaborations29 collaborations & 7 MoU’s School of Earth Sciences should deepen its focus on Seismotectonics Three Seismometers, collaborative studies with corporation, more than 6 publications in seismic studies & a project Temporary building inadequate Permanent building for 7 schools, sub-campus, construction of 5 buildings is in progress

98 CommentsCompliance More equipments needs to be purchased Many sophisticated instruments are purchased Sports facilities needs to be improved Eleven sports fields are prepared Co-curricular activities needs to be encouraged Students won more than 60 awards

99 CommentsCompliance Computer centre should be developed Each school has separate computer lab in addition to central computer facility Most of the computers are outdated More than 350 latest version computers are available Need for Health CentreHealth Centre is established Doctor & nurses appointed on contract basis ( Fulltime doctor’s post is appointed )

100 CommentsCompliance Need for Instrumentation Centre Under this ICP-AES is purchased, separate building is planned to be constructed Need for Placement CellPlacement Cell is functioning in each school which is co- ordinated by central Placement Cell Examination Guidance Cell (NET/SET) Examination Guidance Cell is established, Pre-IAS Coaching Centre is also established Budget allocation to schools should be enhanced Budget is enhanced


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