Affiliated To संत गहिरा गुरु विश्वविद्यालय, सरगुजा, अम्बिकापुर, छत्‍तीसगढ़

RUSA

Format of Institutional Development Plan

 

Institutional Plan Template

Sample Template forInstitutional Plan

1.  INSTITUTIONALBASICINFORMATION

1.1      InstitutionalIdentity:

•     Name of theInstitution                                :Government College Balrampur

•     IstheInstitutionapproved by regulatory body?              :   Yes

 

•     Furnishapprovalno.                                     : 318/academic/affill/2009 Bilaspur Dt-02.02.2009

•     TypeofInstitution                                          :  Govt.funded

•     StatusofInstitution                                       :Non‐autonomous

 

•     NameofHeadofInstitutionandProjectNodalOfficers

 

HeadandNodalOfficer

Name

Phone

Number

Mobile

Number

Fax

Number

Email

Address

HeadoftheInstitution

(Fulltimeappointee)

Nand Kumar Dewangan

9977920198

9977920198

 

gncbalrampur@gmail.com

RUSA Institutional coordinator

Ramesh Patel

 

9399302015

 

rameshpatelbhu@gmail.com

NodalOfficersfor:

AcademicActivities

Dr. U.K. Pandey

 

8120975244

 

umeshsumitraraj@gmail.com

Civil     Worksincluding Environment Management

Vinitkumargupta

 

9718707063

 

Vinitkumar58@gmail.com

Procurement

N.K. Singh

 

8878232659

 

nksinghh79@gmail.com

Financialaspects

Ramesh Patel

 

9399302015

 

rameshpatelbhu@gmail.com

Equity   AssurancePlan

Implementation

Dr. U.K. Padney

 

81209752

 

umeshsumitraraj@gmail.com

Research & innovation

Dr. S. N. Sahu

 

6260734192

 

satyasahuiitd@gmail.com

MIS

Ramesh Patel

 

9399302015

 

rameshpatelbhu@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

1.2      AcademicInformation:

•     UG/PG/PhD programsofferedinAcademicyear2018-19

 

S. No

Titleofprograms

Level (UG,PG, PhD)

Duration

(Years)

Yearof starting

sanctioned annualIntake

Total student strength

1

B.A. I, II, III

U.G.

3 Years

2008

450

332

2

B. Sc. I, II, III

U.G.

3 Years

2008

405

194

3

B. Com. I, II, III

U.G.

3 Years

2008

150

30

4

M. A. Hindi I, II,

P.G.

4 Sem.

2017

30

13

5

M.Sc. Che. I. II, III, IV

P.G.

4 Sem.

2017

20

32

 

•     Whether Institution is Accredited?- No

·        Grade……

·        When…….

 

·        AccreditationStatusof UGprograms:

 

TitleofUG programs beingoffered

Whethereligible foraccreditationornot?

Whetheraccredited ason31stMarch20XX?

Whether“Appliedfor”ason

31stMarch20xX?

NA

NA

NA

NA

•     AccreditationStatusofPGprograms:

 

TitleofPG programs beingoffered

Whethereligible foraccreditationornot?

Whetheraccredited ason31stMarch20xX?

Whether“Appliedfor”ason

31stMarch20XX?

NA

NA

NA

NA


1.3        FacultyStatus(Regular/OnContractFacultyasonMarch31st,2019)[R1] 

 

 

FacultyRank

No.ofSanctionedRegular

Posts

 

PresentStatus:NumberinPositionbyHighestQualification

 

 

TotalNumberofregularfacultyinPosition

TotalVacancies

TotalNumberofcontractfacultyinPosition

DoctoralDegree

MastersDegree

BachelorDegree

 

Art Discipline

Disciplines

 

Science

Disciplines

 

Art Discipline

Disciplines

 

Science

Disciplines

Commerce

Art Discipline

Disciplines

Science

Disciplines

Commerce

R

C

R

C

R

C

R

C

 

R

C

R

C

 

 

1

 

2

 

3

 

4

 

5

 

6

 

7

 

8

 

9

 

10

 

 

11

 

12

 

13

 

14

 

15=

(3+5+7+9+11+13)

16=

(215)

17=

(4+6+8+10

+12+14)

Prof

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

 

-

-

-

-

 

-

-

-

AssoProf

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

 

-

-

-

-

 

-

-

-

AsstProf

 

1

 

1

 

3

3

1

5

1

 

 

 

 

 

7

15

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

 

1

 

1

 

3

3

1

5

1

 

 

 

 

 

7

15

8

 

Prof=Professor,AssoProf=AssociateProfessor,AsstProf=AssistantProfessor,R=Regular,C=Contract

 

1.4      BaselineData(alldatagivenforthefollowingparametersto ALLdisciplines)[R2] 

 

S. No

Parameters

 

1

Totalstrengthofstudentsinallprogramsandallyearsofstudyintheyear2018-19

601

2

Totalwomenstudentsinall programsandallyearsofstudy intheyear2018-19

330

3

TotalSCstudentsinall programsandallyearsofstudy intheyear 2018-19

27

4

TotalSTstudentsinall programsandallyearsofstudy intheyear 2018-19

182

5

TotalOBCstudentsinall programsandallyearsofstudy intheyear2018-19

162

6

NumberoffullyfunctionalP4andabovelevelcomputersavailableforstudentsintheyea2018-19

10

7

Total numberoftextbooksandreferencebooksavailableinlibraryforUGandPG

studentsintheyear20XX1X

7200

 

Student-teacher ratio

40:1

8

%ofUGstudentsplacedthroughcampusinterviewsintheyear2018-19

00

9

%of PGstudentsplacedthroughcampus interviewsintheyear2018-19

00

10

%ofhighqualityundergraduates(>75%marks)passedoutintheyear2018-19

NA

11

%ofhighqualitypostgraduates(>75%marks)passedoutintheyear2018-19

NA

12

NumberofresearchpublicationsinIndianrefereedjournalsintheyear2018-19

00

13

NumberofresearchpublicationsinInternational refereedjournalsintheyear2018-19

00

14

Numberofpatentsobtainedintheyear2018-19

00

15

Numberofpatentsfiledintheyear2018-19

00

16

Numberofsponsoredresearchprojectscompletedintheyear2018-19

00

17

Thetransitionrateofstudentsinpercentagefrom1styearto2ndyear  intheyear

2018-19for:

(i)    allstudents

(ii)   SC (iii)  ST (iv)OBC

 

 

38.29

5.26

13.82

22.22

 

 

18

IRGfromstudents'feeandotherchargesin theyear2018-19(Rs.Inlakh)

 

19

IRG fromexternally  fundedR&Dprojects,consultanciesintheyear20XX1X(Rs.inlakh)

 

20

TotalIRGintheyear20XX1X(Rs.inlakh)

 

21

Totalannualrecurringexpenditureoftheinstitutionintheyear20XX1X (Rs.inlakh)

 

 


1            ExecutiveSummaryoftheIDP:-

BalrampurBlock is a part of Balrampur-Ramanujganj district. It is situated in very remotearea. No railway service. It is on road and has bus service only. People ofBalrampur who come to get higher education are academically and financiallyweak.

                    It was established in theyear 2008 as U.G. college having very lower number of students. At presentthere are many challenges for the college. College has not sufficientinfrastructure. Modernised U.G. laboratory, spoken English, computer knowledge,high dropout ratio and very poor Gross Enrolment Ratio.

                    Our aim is to impart valuebased quality education, innovative research for our students to meet thesocietal needs at local, national and international level.

Keyinitiatives:

a.     Modernized infrastructure (Laboratories, library,classrooms)

b.     Modernized teaching-learning resources.

c.      To establish career guidance and placement cell.

d.    Teaching staff to maintain teacher-student ratio.

e.     To attain the status of autonomy.

f.       To fill up the vacant posts.

g.     To increase the setup as per the present needs.

h.     NAAC accreditation.

i.       To enhance human resource viz. teaching, administrativeand technical staff.

j.       To start feedback cell.

k.     To start remedial & extra classes for weaker studentsand special classes for brilliant students for entry level services NET, SET,Coaching etc.

l.       To have visiting staff.

m.  Modernisation of library.

n.     Continue training programs for teaching, technical andadministrative staff.

 

 

2.     Providethe details of SWOT analysiscarriedout(in termof methodology  used,analysis and information  and data as collected andinferences derivedwithrespecttostrengths,weaknesses,opportunitiesandthreats).

•   Based on SWOT analysis, provide the “strategicplan” developed forinstitutional development.

•   HowthekeyactivitiesproposedintheInstitutionalDevelopmentProposalarelinked withtheresultsofSWOTAnalysis.

Answer: 2. SWOT Analysis:

1.    Strength

a.     Collegesituated in the District Head Quarter.

b.     Largenumber of rural and tribal students are enrolled.

c.      Ownbuilding.

d.    80% oftotal students are obtaining scholarship.

e.     Collegehas UG Courses like B.A., B.Sc., B.Com. and P.G. Courses like M.A. Hindi &M.Sc. Chemistry.

f.       Healthyworking atmosphere.

g.     NCC &NSS units organised.

h.     Studentshave interest towards Science and Social Activities.

i.       Efficienttop level management and effective executory team.

2.    Weakness:

a.     Lack ofModernized Laboratories.

b.     InsufficientClassrooms for P.G. Classes.

c.      DropoutRatio (increasing).

d.    Lack ofModernized classrooms.

e.     Lack ofsubject department.

f.       NoHostels ( neither for Girls nor for Boys)

g.     NoAuditorium.

h.     Lack ofAdministrative Building.

i.       No ladiesstaffroom neither Ladies bathroom and toilet.

j.       No healthcare centre.

k.     Insufficientnumber of teaching staff.

l.       Lack ofdigitalized library.

m.  Noregular Sport Officer.

n.     Lack ofstaff quarter

o.     PoorTeacher: Students ratio.

p.    Lack ofindoor stadium.

q.     Nomedical facility.

r.      NotAccredited.

s.      No centralresearch lab.

t.       Noinstrument maintenance system.

u.    Lack ofmodern teaching-learning resourses.

3.    Opportunities:

a.     Opportunityto receive grant from various external agencies, state govt., CG COST, CSIR,ICAR, DBT, DST etc. and various internal sources janbhagidari, student feesetc.

b.     Highdemand for UG, PG and PhD programs.

c.      CG Govt.is providing SC, ST, OBC, BPL, Merit Scholarship to students.

d.    CG Govt.is providing free books (Book Bank) to SC/ST/BPL students and free stationaryfor SC/ST students

e.     Need forskill development programs.

f.       CSSDM (CGStates Skill development mission).

g.     Need foracademic, exam and administrative reforms.

h.     Largenumber of application for admission,

4.    Challenges/Threats:

a.     Politicalinterference.

b.     Antisocial elements around college campus

c.      Weakerback ground of school students.

d.    Very poorGER.

 

3.     Statethespecificobjectivesandexpectedresultsofyourproposal (intermsof,“Institutional strengtheningandimprovements inemployabilityandlearningoutcomesofgraduates”.These objectiveandresultsshouldbelinkedtotheSWOTanalysis.

Answer:3.

Strength Strategies

Weakness Strategies

Opportunities Strategies

Threats Strategies

-to raise the Govt. College to the status of Lead College, an Autonomus and Model College.

- Activities for Community Development.

- to have study tour plans

- to Open Six P.G. Courses  Like Sociology, Political Science, Botany, Zoology, Mathematics and MSW, M.Com.

- to start certificate courses in computer like DCA, PGDCA.

-to conduct seminars, conferences, workshops, national science day celebrations.

- to start skill oriented  short term programs.

- to start Entrance exam. For admission in U.G. and P.G. courses.

- Construction of new laboratory and new class rooms.

- Automation and staff training for better M.I.S.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-Appointment of qualified teachers.

-Modernisation of Existing classrooms and laboratories for P.G. courses.

-Development of research cell.

-Visiting Professors.

-to have Girls Hostel

-Better infrastructure facilities.

-Accreditation by NAAC.

-Appointment of sports officer and librarian.

-training camp for technical

(lab) and administrative staffs.

-Establishment of modernized teaching learning resources.

-Remedial classes for weaker students

-establishment of career guidance and placement cell.

-appointment of contract teachers and retired professors.

-computerization of library.

-formation of Functional IQAC.

 

-to achieve increased GER.

-formation of internal squads and appointment of night watchman.

-New Courses for P.G. students

- Remedial classes by available teaching staff.

- allow the students to complete the course privately.

 

4.     Provide an action plan for: (max1pageeach)

a)    Improvingemployabilityofgraduates

Answer: (i) to run joboriented, certificate & diploma programs.

(ii) to organize Campusinterview.

(iii) to establish the careerguidance and placement cell.

(iv) to run skill developmentclasses.

(v) training students in ICTwith computer basic knowledge.

(vi) start linkage withindustries and organization.

(vii) improve our presentcurriculum.

(viii) organize seminar &workshop.

(ix) to start specialtraining program.

(x) Physical activities likeYoga, aerobics, sports and meditation.

(xi) short term trainingprogram for different cultural activities like folk music, rangoli,handicrafts, folk dance.

 These all would improve student’s quality andemployability of graduates.

b)    Increasedlearningoutcomesofthestudents

answer: (i) there shall begood student – teacher relationship.

(ii) teaching should beexample based and example should be related to state/national requirements.

(iii) atmosphere of theclassrooms should be lighter and healthy.

(iv) there should beseminars, group discussion in class rooms with students.

(v) organize quiz contest,exhibition, oral test to promote the students.

(vi) involve them in projectwork.

(vii) Invite guest teacher asper requirement.

(viii) there shall beteacher-parents association.

(ix) there should beteaching-learning resources.

(x) there must be system tohave feedback from students.

(xi) organize special classesfor personality development.

(xii) there shall beorganized career counselling cell for students.

(xiii) special classes likeremedial classes, spoken English, extra classes would improve academiccapabilities of ST/SC/OBC and weaker students.

All these would increaselearning outcomes of the students.

 

 

 

 

 

 

c)    Obtainingautonomousinstitutionstatuswithin2years

answer: (i) Take grants fromState Govt. to sanction more post of teaching and non-teaching staff in alldepartment.

(ii) adequateinfrastructure:- college building, classrooms, separate lab facilities for UG& PG level, Well equipped Library.

(iii) Common room- Girlscommon room, boys common room.

(iv) Auditorium and seminarhall

(v) Run professional courseslike certificate and diploma courses.

(vi) organize one day orweekly human development program like rural development, RTI, Desastermanagement workshop etc.

(vii) to start PG program invarious subjects in our college.

(viii) enhancing sportsactivities- organize state level & district level program & demandgrants for sports related equipments.

(ix) to development hospitalfacility in college campus.

(x) develop ATM facility,Post Office Facilty, Hostel for Boys & Girls separately and Ambulancefacility.

(xi) special classes fordifferent competitive exam preparation.

(xii) funding for educationaltour.

(xiii) lecture by resourceperson.

(xiv) admission should beentrance examination based.

Adopting all above points college can obtainhundred percentage autonomy within two years.

d)Achievingthetargetsof60%oftheeligibleUGandPGprogramsaccreditedwithin twoyearsof joiningtheProjectand100%accreditationobtainedandappliedforbythe endoftheProjectoftheeligibleUGandPGprograms

answer: Govt. CollegeBalrampur is a Govt. College and affiliated to SantGahira Guru UniversityAbikapur. By making teaching and non-teaching staff efficient andresponsible  and evaluating Quality ofeducation at per excellence accreditation all eligible U.G. and P.G. programwill be done hundred percent within the project time.

e)    Implementationofacademicandnon-academicreforms(detailsgiveninRUSA Document)

answer: a. Subject objection

b. Choice based credit system

c. Horizontal & Verticalmobility

d.  Research Committee to promote research

e. Digitallization of collegerecords.

f. to maintain online recordof staff & students.

g. Question paper withobjective pattern.

 

f)   Improvinginteractionwithindustry

1. Establish MOU with industries to organize campus interview

2. Run different job oriented training programs.

3. start collaboration with different industries.

4. Organize seminar/conferences/workshop.

5. Organize guest lectures.

6. Train the students with practical skill based knowledge.

It would improve quality of students that in turn improve interactionwith Industries.

 

g)  Enhancement ofresearchandconsultancyactivities

answer:

1.     Open UGprofessional and PG Program in Various subjects.

2.     Sanctionpost for research experienced professor.

3.     Professorshould apply for UGC, CSIR and other fellowship.

4.     Apply forminor & major research project.

5.     Organize researchcommittee that can direct vaious research activities.

6.     Organizenational/Intenational level seminar/workshop/conferences.

7.     Specialclass by guest lectures on research methodology, how to write research papers.

8.     Recognizedresearch center.

9.     Well equippedlab, e-library, ICT facility internet facility.

10.  Avail various national & internationaljournals.

11.  Motivate the students for research activitiesprovide them projects so that they could develop their skill.

12.  Special training – On computer application i.e. SPSS,fundamental computer knowledge.

13.  Special classes for spoken English

Following above aspects enhancement of fesearch and consultancy wouldbe the outcome.

5.     Provideanaction plan for organizinga Finishing School and for improving the academiperformanceofSC/ST/OBC/academicallyweakstudents throughinnovativemethods,suchas remedial andskilldevelopmentclassesforincreasingthetransitionrateandpassratewiththe objectiveof improving theiremployability.

Answer :

Good teaching and practicalworks, encouraging students for project work and paper presentation, remedialclasses, skill development classes (job oriented program) will increase thequality standard of SC/ST/OBC and academically weak students. This willautomatically increase transition rate and pass rate with the objective ofimproving their employability.

6.      Provide an action plan for strengthening of PG programsand starting of newPprograms.

Answer: (i) adequatebuilding for separate department, classroom, lab, library.

(ii) funding forsanctioning of teaching and non- teaching post.

(iii) funding forenhancement of research activities.

(iv) separate hostelbuilding

(v) provide thestudents advance teaching learning resources.

(vi) start busservices by college itself.

(vii) start entranceexamination pattern for admission of P.G. courses.

This would strengthenUG & PG Programme.

7.     AttachasummaryofTrainingNeedsAnalysiscarriedout.Also,provideFacultyDevelopmentPlan for  the first 18 months for  improving their teaching, subject area and research competencebasedonTrainingNeedsAnalysisinthefollowingareas.

•   Basicandadvancedpedagogy: to train the teaching staffaccording to advance pedagogy.

•   Subject/domainknowledgeenhancement:special course program should be held.

•   Attendanceinactivitiessuchasworkshops,seminars:all faculty should be involved in workshop and seminar.

•   Improvementinfacultyqualifications: faculty musthave to acquire the specialized knowledge through refresher courses.

•   Improvingresearchcapabilities: research facilities should beincreased in research centre.

8.     Provideanactionplanfortrainingtechnicalandotherstaffinfunctional areas:yearwise knowledge based training program should be organized to run practicalclasses properly, maintenance of equipment and their handling.

9.                     Describe  the relevance  and coherence  of  Institutional Development  Proposal  withState’s/National (incaseofCFIs)Industrial/EconomicDevelopmentPlan:institutional development proposal of college is very wide. It should havelinkage with industry and economic growth of the state/nation. It must be keptin mind.

10.Describebrieflythparticipationofdepartments/facultyintheIDPpreparation:to enhance quality education, job oriented and research work, college find itsposition in academic field. As such it should take part in long term IDPpreparation.

11DescribetheInstitutionalprojectimplementationarrangementswithparticipationoffacultyandstaff: active participation of each and everyfaculty and staff will enable the college to achieve the institutional projectannual wise.

 

InstitutionalProjectBudget (thisis meant for existing institutions)

 (Rs.inLakh)

S. No

Activities

 

ProjectLife

Allocation

 

 

Financialyear

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

2021-22

2022-23

 

 

1

Infrastructure

530

230

80

80

60

60

 

 

1.        Modernizationandstrengtheningoflaboratories

50

20

10

10

5

5

 

 

2.        Establishment of new laboratories for existing UG and

PG programs and for new PG programs

100

60

10

10

10

10

 

 

3.        Modernization of classrooms*

50

20

10

10

5

5

 

 

4.        Updation of Learning Resources

30

10

5

5

5

5

 

 

5.        Procurement of furniture

50

20

10

10

5

5

 

 

6.        Establishment/Upgradation of Central and Departmental Computer Centers*

50

20

10

10

5

5

 

 

7.        Modernization/improvements     of             supporting departments*

50

10

10

10

10

10

 

 

8.        Modernization and  strengthening  of  libraries   and increasing access to knowledge resources

100

60

10

10

10

10

 

 

9.        Refurbishment (Minor Civil Works)*

50

10

5

5

5

5

 

 

2

Research and development support

80

17

16

16

15.5

15.5

 

 

 

Providing   Teaching   and    Research   AssistantshipstoincreaseenrolmentinexistingandnewPGprogrammesinEngineeringdisciplines

50

10

10

10

10

10

 

 

 

Provision of resources for research support

20

5

4

4

3.5

3.5

 

 

 

Enhancement  of       R&D  and  institutionalconsultancyactivities

10

2

2

2

2

2

 

 

3

Faculty Development Support

20

4

4

4

4

4

 

 

 

Faculty   and   Staff   Development   (includingfaculty qualificationupgradation, pedagogicaltraining,   andorganising/participationoffacultyinworkshops,seminars and conferences)forimprovedcompetencebasedonTNA

20

4

4

4

4

4

 

 

4

Institutional reforms

30

6

6

6

6

6

 

 

 

Technical  assistance  for  procurement  andacademicactivities

20

4

4

4

4

4

 

 

 

Institutionalmanagementcapacityenhancement

10

2

2

2

2

2

 

 

5

Academicsupport

60

24

9

9

9

9

 

 

 

Creation of new departments/courses

40

20

5

5

5

5

 

 

 

EnhancedInteractionwithIndustry

-

-

-

-

-

-

 

 

 

Student support activities

20

4

4

4

4

4

 

 

6

Others

1500

700

250

250

150

150

 

 

 

1.        Construction of building, central library building, staff quarter/ teacher’s hostel, seminar hall, committee room, counselling cell, auditorium, tutorial room, canteen building, non-residence students’ centre, sports facility.

1500

700

250

250

150

150

 

 

TOTAL

2220

981

365

365

244.55

244.5

 

 

.

 

 

 

 

2.13 Providethetargetsagainstthedeliverablesas listed below[R3] 

Indicator

Weightage

Present Rating

Present Score

Target Rating

Target Score

GOVERNANCE QUALITY INDEX - 16%

 

 

 

 

 

% of Faculty Positions vacant (or filled against total vacancies)

2.0%

7/15

46.67%

 

0

 

% of Non-permanent faculty

4.0%

53.33%

 

0

 

% of Non-teaching staff to teaching Staff

3.0%

33.33

 

50

 

Total no of under graduation programs

1.0%

03

 

06

 

Total no of post graduate programs

1.0%

02

 

05

 

Total no of doctoral programs

1.0%

01

 

03

 

Faculty appointment - turn around/cycle time in months

2.0%

8 Month-temporary

 

1 year

 

Delay in payment of monthly salary payment  to faculty

2.0%

0%

 

0

 

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE INDEX - 21.5%

 

 

 

 

 

Delay in exam conduction and declaration of results

3.5%

5%

 

0

 

Plagiarism Check

1.0%

0%

 

50%

 

Accreditation

4.0%

0

 

100%

 

Teacher Student ratio

4.0%

1/90

 

1:20

 

% of Visiting professors

1.0%

0

 

5

 

% of graduates employed by convocation

0.5%

5%

 

25%

 

% Number of students receiving awards at National and International level

0.5%

1%

 

15%

 

% of expenditure on Library, cyber library and laboratories per year

1.0%

3%

 

23%

 

Ratio of expenditure on teaching staff salaries to non-teaching staff salaries

1.0%

3:1

 

3:2

 

% of faculty covered under pedagogical training

1.0%

100%

 

100%

 

% of faculty involved in "further education"

0.5%

0

 

20%

 

Dropout rate

1.5%

30%

 

5%

 

No of foreign collaborations

1.5%

0

 

5%

 

Subscription to INFLIBNET

0.5%

50%

 

100%

 

EQUITY INITIATIVE INDEX - 12.5%

 

 

 

 

 

SC Student%

3.0%

4.49%

 

-

 

ST Student%

3.0%

30.28%

 

-

 

Gender Parity

3.0%

50:50

 

-

 

Urban to Rural Student population

2.0%

10:90

 

-

 

Existence of CASH

0.5%

0

 

0

 

Existence of Social Protection Cell

0.5%

yes

 

Yes

 

Language assistance programs for weak students

0.5%

yes

 

Yes

 

REASERCH AND INNOVATION INDEX - 24%

 

 

 

 

 

Per-faculty publications

2.0%

NA

 

10%

 

Cumulative Impact Factor of publication

3.0%

NA

 

-

 

H Index of scholars

2.0%

NA

 

-

 

% of staff involved as principal researcher

1.0%

NA

 

-

 

% of research projects fully or more than 50% funded by external agencies, industries etc

2.0%

NA

 

-

 

Total no of patents granted

1.0%

NA

 

-

 

% of faculty receiving national/international awards

1.0%

NA

 

3

 

% of research income

1.0%

NA

 

-

 

Doctoral degrees awarded per  academic staff

1.0%

NA

 

1

 

% doctoral degrees in total number of degrees awarded                  

3.0%

NA

 

1

 

% expenditure on research and related facilities

1.0%

NA

 

2%

 

Digitization of Masters and Doctoral thesis

0.5%

NA

 

1%

 

UPE/CPE

3.5%

NA

 

-

 

% of Income generated from non-grant sources

2.0%

NA

 

-

 

STUDENT FACILITIES - 15%

 

 

 

 

 

No of new professional development programs

1.0%

0

 

3

 

Existence of Placement Cells and Placement Policy

1.0%

YES

 

yes

 

% of expenditure on infrastructure maintenance and addition

3.0%

5.0

 

10%

 

Availability of hostel per out-station female student

3.0%

0

 

50%

 

Availability of hostel per out-station male student

2.0%

0

 

50%

 

% of students on scholarship

2.0%

62%

 

90%

 

Average scholarship amount per student

 

                  1.0%

3000

 

6000

 

Student Experience Surveys

                 1.0%

1.0

 

100

 

Graduate Destination Surveys

1.0%

0

 

100

 

Infrastructure and Others - 11%

 

 

 

 

 

%Income generated from training courses

1.0%

0

 

0

 

% Income generated from consulting

1.0%

0

 

0

 

Infrastructural sufficiency

3.0%

1%

 

100%

 

Computer coverage

3.0%

1%

 

10%

 

Internet connectivity of Campus

3.0%

5%

 

100

 

 

100.0%

 

 

 

 

 


ProjectTargets for Institutions

1.14    Output and Outcome Targets

Outcome

Output

Indicator

Unit

2018-19

Higher GER

Enrolments

Number

Crores

 

Vocationalisation

Greater pool of trained manpower

Number in lakhs

 

Better employability

Relevant courses

Greater proportion of choice based credit subjects

%

 

Enrolment in job oriented courses

Lakhs

 

Inter disciplinary and cross disciplinary learnings

 New courses/ programmes giving students a range of options to choose subjects

%

 

 

Better monitoring of student career progression

Results  of student experience surveys and graduate destination surveys

% of graduating students at institutional level

 

Quality gains

Faculty (ratio)

Improved Student Teacher Ratio

Ratio

 

Per student space classroom

Sqft per student

Sqft per student

 

Per student space laboratory

Sqft per student

Sqft per student

 

 

1.15    GiveanactionplanforensuringthattheprojectactivitieswouldbesustainedaftertheendoftheProject.

 

 

EvaluationofInstitutionalDevelopmentProposals(IDP)[R4] 

 

S.No

EvaluationParameters

Marks

I

InstitutionalPreparednessandImplementationFeasibility

A

Clarityof institutional basicinformation including baseline data

5

 

B

Overallproposal implementation feasibility

1

Clarity in the identification of general development objectives, related specific objectives, their expected results, and its coherence with SWOTanalysis

5

2

Have the key activities been identified clearly and adequately for each specificobjective

5

3

Adequacyof theInstitutional ProjectImplementation arrangements

5

C

Qualityof SWOT analysis

1

Appropriateness for the procedure adopted for the conduct of SWOT

analysisand adequacy of participation of stakeholders

5

2

Clarity in the identification of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and

Threats

5

D

Coherenceof proposal with State’s/regional development plan

5

E

Reasonabilityof proposed budget

5

Subtotal (I)

40

II

ClarityandQualityoftheActionPlansfor:

F

Scalingup researchand innovation

1

quality  of  action  plan  for  quantitatively  increasing  and  qualitatively

improvingresearchactivities

5

2

qualityofactionplantotransfertechnologyandforcommercializationof

R&D(theinnovation agenda)

5

G

Scalingup PhD enrolmentthrough existing and newprogrammes

10

H

Scalingup enrolmentinto UG/Mastersprogrammesin existing and newprogrammes

10

I

researchcollaborative activities with Institution atNational and International level

1

identificationof options to improveand increaseresearchcollaborations at

Nationaland International levels

5

2

clarity in identification of expected quality enhancement in Masters and

doctoralprogrammesand faculty research

5

J

Potentialimpactanddepthof proposed Industry collaboration

5

K

Facultydevelopment includingpedagogical training to:

1

Developfaculty/technical staff in subjectdomain

5

2

Improvepedagogical skills of faculty for betterstudent learning

5

L

Identificationof weakstudents andforimprovementin theirlearning outcomes

throughfinishing school

5

Subtotal (II)

60

TOTAL(I+II)

100

 

 

 


 [R1]Spacesb/w words missing

 [R2]Spacesb/w words missing

 [R3]Tobe evaluated by the SHEC

 [R4]Tobe evaluated by the SHECFormat of Institutional Development Plan

 

Institutional Plan Template

Sample Template forInstitutional Plan

1.  INSTITUTIONALBASICINFORMATION

1.1      InstitutionalIdentity:

•     Name of theInstitution                                :Government College Balrampur

•     IstheInstitutionapproved by regulatory body?              :   Yes

 

•     Furnishapprovalno.                                     : 318/academic/affill/2009 Bilaspur Dt-02.02.2009

•     TypeofInstitution                                          :  Govt.funded

•     StatusofInstitution                                       :Non‐autonomous

 

•     NameofHeadofInstitutionandProjectNodalOfficers

 

HeadandNodalOfficer

Name

Phone

Number

Mobile

Number

Fax

Number

Email

Address

HeadoftheInstitution

(Fulltimeappointee)