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Government of Karnataka
4 I-Curricular Aspects 40-57
22 Kannada 212-227
23 English 228-238
24 History 239-249
25 Sociology 250-260
33 Declaration by Head of the institution 338
35 Master plan of the College and Campus 341
36 First Accreditation Certificate 342-343
Rudragouda Patil Government First Grade College Bilagi has left behind
Twenty four fruitful years of service to the community successfully .This College
was established during the year 1991-92, a brain-child of Dr. S.H. Tekkennavar the
chief patron of the college. He did not believe in duplicating the traditional
government college. He visualized a government college with a difference endowed,
with material and human resources which would match up to the best institutions of
the state. As a result the last 24 years have witnessed the evolution of Rudragouda
patil Government First Grade College Bilagi, truly unique and different due to
Government-Private-Public Participation (PPP model). The spectacular growth of
the college is due to the visionaries. Like present minister of Government of
Karnataka ITBT, Shri: S.R.Patil , then CDC President, Shri J.T.Patil and MLA
Govt of karnataka,Principal, Dr.S.H.Tekkennavar and the direction given by
Department of Collegiate Education.
The spectacular growth of the college is evident from its admissions,
which was 293 in 2005-06 (the year of NAAC visit) and 466 in 2012-13 which once
again rises up to 546 in 2013-14, and 706 in 2014-15 with an increasing in rate for
the last 7 years. The college has witnessed spectacular growth rate from the year of
Local leaders and some of the Sangha in Bilagi Taluka had a dream of
starting a Degree College at Bilagi, with the efforts of Shri S.R.Patil.Present
Minister in Government of Karanataka and other Local Leaders requeste the
Education Department of Government of Karnataka sanction a Government First
Grade college at Bilagi.
As a result of this the Government College was started at Bilagi during
1991-92 academic Year with B.A and B.Com courses affiliated to Karnataka
University Dharwad with 141 students on the rolls. Now the college is affiliated to
newly started Rani Channama University Belgaum Jurisiduction. At present
college is offering B.A with combination (HEP, HEK, HPS, HKS, HEngP,
HGEng,HGP, HGK), B.Com, B.B.A and B.Sc(PMCs, PCM, ) at UG level
and 706 students are on rolls at present. Initially the College is able to have
its own Campus and Buildings through donations received.
Sri.S.R.Patil. Local MLC and Industrilist and at Present Minister donated
7.15 acres land for the establishment of College infrastructure facilities, the
Government named the College as “Rudragouda Patil Government First Grade
College” Bilagi.
The College has a sprawling 7.15 acres of Campus situated in Bilagi,
Located near to Shri Siddeshwar Temple, Bagalkot District. It is 70 Kms North of
Bijapur on 218 NH and 35km from Bagalkot.
IV Karnataka / Bagalkot/ Bilagi Map
Our college is situated in Bilagi town in Bagalkot District. Bagalkot
district has been so naturally and beautifully maped out compassing the central
region of great Chalukyas. This region is brimmed with rich culture and
abounded with historical character. Badami, Aihole and Pattadakallu are world
famous for Chalukya style of architecture. Until recently, Bagalkot district was
part of undivided Bijapur district, which is the land of five rivers and having one of
the wonders of the world. Gol-Gumbaz tomb. Bagalkot has been formed on
15 th
August 1997 as a new district. The district approximately lies between 75-15
and 75-30 longitude and 15-95 16-45 Latitude. The total Geographical area of
the district is 658077 hectors.
Bilagi is one of the smallest and backward taluk of the district, situated
between the river Krishna and Ghataprabha on N.H.218. The total
geographical area of the taluk is 78619 hectors. More than 65 villages and major
portion of the land of this taluk has been submerged and rehabilitated under Upper
Krishna Project, Alamatti. Bilagi taluk has a unique contribution in the field of
art and literature and social work. World famous ophthalmologist Dr. M.C.Modi,
noted Krishnamoorthy Puranik, Musician Smt. Ammerbai Kanataki and Schanai
King Shri. Sanadi Appanna belong to this taluk.
The long standing demand of the public of the Bilagi taluk to have a Govt.
First Grade College was fulfilled in the year 1991 by the commendable efforts of
Sri. S.R.Patil, M.L.C. and the other leaders of the taluk. That time local Bilagi
was neither city nor village with approximate population of less than 20,000. To
satisfy the need of the rural people of this backward region and to provide
education to all sections of society irrespective of the rich, poor, and irrespective
of community and religion. The college has been established by Shri. S.R.Patil.
M.L.C who donated 7.15 acres of land in the name of his late father Sri.
Rudragouda.Patil, presently the college is named as Rudragouda. Patil
Government First Grade College Bilagi.
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In the beginning the college was started in Shri. Siddeshwar Junior
College, then shifted to its own independent building in the year 1997. In the
beginning Government permitted to start two U.G programmes with
co-Education i.e. B.A and B.Com. The college was started with strength of 112
students in B.A and 031 students in B.Com.
The Government dreams to bring total quality management in higher
education. Due to L.P.G whole world is becoming a global village. It is era of
survival of the Fittest. So the students of our college should not lag behind in the
global race, for achieving this college has been providing total quality education to
the students of this rural area. Our college is one of the best college under the
Rani Channamma Univesity Belgavi , jurisdiction. The sincere efforts of the
dedicated staff are highly commendable. It is to be noted that all the students are
form rural background, most of them belong to SC/ST and OBC and the number of
girl students is increasing.
This College is unique in the history of Government Colleges of Karnataka.
It is a live model and example for Private and Public participation in Government
Service Schemes. All facilities like land, building, class room, furniture, library
facilities, teaching aids, drinking water facility, programme Hall, Office, Staff
Room Furniture everything is initially provided by the philanthropists, donors and
the local community. Recently the College has started receiving grants from the
Government for infrastructural development. College is able to have all these
facilities within 24 years of its establishment.
The well -being of the College is very much supported by donors.College is
well -supported by the donors and is able to rise more than Rs.One Crore in the
form of land. Ground preparation, drinking water facility, furnitures donations over
the last 24 years. The prominent persons who originally hail from Bilagi and
organisations who have contributed immensely for the development of the College
are as under:
Shri.S.R.Patil .Chairman of Bilagi sugars Ltd, BADAGANDI donated land to
establish the College.
1. Plastic free campus.
2. Free cloth bag distribution to villagers of Korthi, where college is located to
motivate them not to use plastic bags and groom them to be environmental
conscious citizen.
3. Public private participation in infrastructure development in solving the problem
of in sufficient infrastructure.
mind programming for final year students every year.
5. Class academic adviser system, Mentor system (batch wise).
6. Blood test, sugar test, eye test programs for students and villagers.
7. Sponsor of student education expenses by philanthropists.
8. Payment of student’s education fees by lecturers and principal.
9. Orientation programme for guest lecturers for skill development and duty
11. Mega programme like talents day, personality development programme to
bring out talents of students and develop their personalities.
12. Induction programme for 1st year students.
13. Multisource scholarships.(Nirani trust, Sanchi Honnamma, CV
Raman ,Backward Class, S.C. S.T Scholarship, Minority Scholarship and
other communities, Physically disabled Scholarship, MHRD Scholarship
(Ministry of Human Resource Development.),
14. Seven hours working of lab on need basis.
15. Welcome programme to juniors by seniors and farewell programme to seniors
students by juniors.
16. Re-treat programme to final year students at the end of the academic year.
17. Batch wise meeting of old students. (re -union programme).
18. Involvement by NGO’s in conducting college programmes
19. Rain water harvesting system to improve the down level water.
22. Recognition of local achievers and those who helped in college activities
during college day and other occasions.
25. Recognition of Rank holders by giving Gold medals and recognition of
student. Achievers by Felicitation during talents day, college day.
26. Recognition of Teachers awarded with Ph.D/M.Phil. Degree and
NET/SLET/JRF cleared staff every year.
27. Visit to all feeding colleges (15) with broachers in the month of February as
pre- admission Motivation programme.
28. Educational tours /Industrial Visits/Community visits.
29. Opinion polling by old students and visitor’s book maintenance and its display
in notice Board.
32. Maximum use of available infrastructure (Shift system).
33. Local Scholarship ie Nirani trust encourages the students in getting good
Committed Staff and devoted Students, relevant Courses with options
Effective and meaningful teaching, learning and evaluation process.
Innovative teaching learning methods and socially relevant extension activities
Good infrastructure through Government-Private-Public Participation.
Highly Motivating student support services like career and Personal Counseling,
Skill Development Programs, Placement Opportunities, Scholarship facilities
Good Healthy Practices like Morning Open Prayer Session with greetings
to all, Vande Matharam mass singing, Recognition, Thought of the Day and
Specialty of the Day,
College has installed rain water harvesting system in the Campus.
College is plastic free campus.
On an average above 70% result is achieved even with admission of students
who have passed in Second and Pass Class and those who have passed in
Supplementary Exams.
Mr.S.K. Wagmode,
Participated in Cross country competition held at S.R.Kanti college Mudhol &
reprtesented RCUB Blue.2013-14
The College is able to provide Scholarship Assistance to students through
collaboration with Private Organizations, like NiraniTrust. All the above
factors have made this college unique one within a short period of 23 years.
Sri Rudragouda Patil, government first grade college started during 1991-92
has left behind 23 successful academic years to its credit. At present college has
successfully started with first term of 24 academic years 2014-2015 as per
University calendar. College is situated in Bilagi taluk Place. College was started
with a three digit strength of 141 during1991-92 has a amazing strength of 706
during 2014-15,In which it is situated in semi-urban backward area. Only one
college for higher educatin with socially, economically, academically people and
with unique geographical structure.College has a sprawling 7.15 acres of campus
near oldest historical Siddeswar Temple. College is located outside the city limits
in a calm and Eco-green environment.
College was started with two basic programs namely B.A and B.com. There by
it offered four UG programs and thereby it provides an opportunity for visualizing
the dreams of higher education of rural mass who are from socially economically,
geographically backward area.
As it is rightly observed that“If this Bilagi government college was not
there several hundreds of youths would have deprived from degree education,
especially female youths”.
The Mile Stones and amazing growth of the college can be seen from the
following table.
Sl.no Year Events
1 1989-90 *Permission to start a private college by the local KLE, Education Society
*Due to heavy budgeted expenditure Not started the private college by the
private management and permission to start a conditional government
college on the request of local Politician and leaders and donated land 07.15
*started in Private junior college Building with B.A and B.com course with
total strength of 141 initially.
*College name was changed as Sri Rudragouda Patil,Government First
Grade College Bilagi. as land worth Rs 80 lakhs at that time was
donated by local Political leader.
4 1997-98 Get constructed its own building with 03 rooms by zilla panchyat
BIJAPUR. Worth Rs.2,00,000/-
5 1998-99 Get constructed its own main building with 03 rooms by Department of
collegiate Education Bangalore.Worth Rs.10,00,000/-
in its ninth year of functioning
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7 2003-04 * College had 2F and 12B recognition from UGC October-2003
8 2004-05 *Strength increased to 449 after the completion of 14 years.
9 2005-06 *College got NAAC grade C++ during Feb-2006 ( within 15 years from its
10 2006-07 Construction of another 03 rooms and main gate by Rehabilitation and
Reconstruction office Upper Krishna Project, Bagalkot. Worth
11 2008-09 Construction of one room by PWD Bilagi the fund provided by UGC
Worth Rs.5,00,000/-
14 2010-11 Construction of Science lab worth Rs.2,00,000/-
15 2013-14 Construction of Building worth Rs.1,15,00,000/- by Department of
collegiate Education Bangalore. And Construction of ladies toilet under
UGC grant Rs.2,00,000/-
16 2014-15 Grant by NABARD for construction of first floor of Rs.98,00,00/- under
Sl.No Year Strength % of increase achieved per year( previous year
taken as base) after NAAC accreditation
1. 2006-07 310 5.8%
2. 2007-08 310 00%
3. 2008-09 308 -0.645%
4. 2009-10 339 10.06%
5. 2010-11 453 33.6%
6. 2011-12 428 -5.5%
7. 2012-13 466 8.87%
8. 2013-14 546 17.1%
9. 2014-15 700 45.05%
% increase in student strength
Above graph shows % increase of student’s strength from 2009-10 to 2014-15
College conducted SWOC analysis which acts as a mirror of the
college. SWOC analysis identified strengths and weaknesses of the college which
is help full for planning institutional development activities. It is done by
considering the views all the stakeholders of the college most importantly keeping
in view the interest of the student community.
The SWOC analysis is done through environmental scanning or strategic situation
SWOC analysis groups key information into two main categories
internal factors and external factors, which are input for achieving the desired
outcome of the college
SWOC Analysis is done by taking opinion of students, parents, old students,
teachers, CDC members, inspection officers, auditors, skill development partners
( Angla, Manavata, Sahayog) relevant agencies, consultants, public, elected
representatives, local body, industries, donors and academicians.
SWOC issues are identified from:
a) Feedback from all stake holders
b) Opinion polling
f) Opinion collected through providing structural questionnaires to the students
g) Views of media people.
SWOC analysis has helped to the college to minimize the weaknesses and
threats. Further an attempt is made where by weaknesses are converted into
strengths and threats are converted into opportunities.
SWOC analysis filters information into manageable quantity of key issues. It
focuses on where college can grow of incoming competitive advantages in the
society. A competitive advantage is developed by identifying a fit between college
strength and upcoming opportunities.
Strengths of the College:
College surrounded with good number of
supportive feeding colleges.
Highly supportive Department
Economy fee structure.
Ability to attract students from around
lecturers (human resource)
Good result
Good academic environment
Lack of infrastructure create problem in successful
implementation of any academic schemes or
Lack of sufficient permanent staff and teachers.
Failure to implement campus greenery due
infrastructural development (construction work )
support administrative work
Financial constraints
background of students
Lack of student supportive amenities.( canteen,
vehicle stand, basic facilities, poor maintenance of
equipments )
university transports
Shift system has created health problems to students-
led to the change of their biological clock, gas strick
problems etc. Further due to shift system there is
difficulty in organizing program mes.
Failure to comply with university affiliation norms
fully Poor maintenance of equipments (computer,
electronic gadgets ,UPS etc)
courses like IT
Lack of proper transport facility to college.
Frequent transfer and deputation of lecturers and
Benchmarks proposed - based on SWOC analysis
a. Attaining High Academic standards.
b. Providing sophisticated infrastructure facilities.
c. Establishment of student supportive learning Centre.
d. Setting up of research study Centre and inter disciplinary research.
e. Establishment of professional coaching Centre.
f. Bringing out journals with ISBN.
g. Memorandum of understanding with large scale industries.
Opportunity to educate rural mass
Opportunity for tapping rural/ local
humanistic and commerce field.
faculties for contributing their talents and to
get trained.
higher education at +2 level)
administrative staff.
infrastructure development.
to frequent election delays developmental work.
In The Era of liberalization, globalization, privatization what the rural youth
aspire is education which integrate its curriculum with useful skills values, ethical
practices and greater practical ideas and which elevates him into a global human
resource the college is shaping overall personality of the rural mass by
materializing the dream of higher education.
Though it is a rural college it is able to fit into the all the seven criteria of
re assessment from NAAC. Executive summery with regard to seven criteria is
narrated as bellow. The members of the staff of our college have given cordial
co-operation in building final shape to self study report to be presented for
NAAC committee of our college consists of the following members.
Sl.No Name Designation
2 Sri. R.S. Kuri Assistant Professor Co-ordinator
3 Sri. M.A. Razvi Associate Professor Member
4 Dr.B.S.Singe Assistant Professor Member
5 Sri. M.V. Kammar Assistant Professor Member
6 Sri.B.A.Mundewadi Assistant Professor Member
7 Sri. C.M.Naik Assistant Professor Member
8 Dr(smt).N.S. Neelgund Assistant Professor Member
9 Sri.B.S.Goudar Librarian Member
10 Sri. S.H. Narayani Physical Director Member
Criteria1. Curricular aspects The vision and mission of the college aims at empowering socially,
economically, geographically, academically backward rural youths. For that
college is offering multiple latest courses at affordable cost especially for girl
students. College offers bachelor degree programs. In UG section B.A, B.com,
B.Sc, B.B.A courses are offered. For BA students are offered with the HEP, HES,
HEK, HPS, HEK, HKS, HEG, HEngP, B.Com, B.B.A with compulsary subjects
and B.Sc students are offered with the combination of PMCs, PCM, .
The orientation programs are held to improve students’ knowledge and
ease the academic process.
Students are informed about the rules and regulation of the college through
the prospectus academic calendar and diary which is a unique attempt by the
college. The college has academic file system which includes academic calendar,
syllabus copy, question paper pattern, project guidance which is highly helpful to
students academically.
Rural students are provided with ample choice academic flexibility scope
for progression to higher education. College academic calendar, action plans,
evaluation plans, guest lecture programs, timely completion of syllabus as per
plans, timely training programs, skill development programs, feedback mechanism
all of which etc.have made it possible to reach the desired objectives of the
curriculum and the college
Criteria2. Teaching learning and evaluation
College is affiliated to Karnataka University Dharwad and now it is
affiliated to Rani Chennamma University Belgaum which has credit based
semester system for UG courses. College has transparent admission process which
is governed by the norms laid down by the Government and University. Visit to
feeding colleges is done in the month of January/February to motivate students of
junior colleges, highly informative prospectus, are found very much helpful in
increasing the college admission.
During 2014 the total admission is 554 Stduetns. Out of which above 55%
students are female & out of total strength 90% belongs to SC/ST, OBC category.
More than 90% of students are from economically backward sections and First
generation of learning.
in teaching .Teaching techniques comprises smart classes (LCD Projector, OHP)
seminars, interaction session ,case study, group discussion, debating, techniques
are used. Tests, projects, assignments, seminars, viva-voce exams are conducted to
evaluate the students internally and on the basis of which internal marks are
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Out of total teaching staff, 6 teachers are M.Phil holders, 3 are P.hD holders
1 faculty NET/SLET cleared. Bridge courses, compensatory classes, skill
development and enrichment programs are the additional inputs provided to the
students. College takes care of disadvantaged sections of the society, economically,
socially, geographically, academically backward and minority community women
and differently able students.
ExtraCurricular/Co-Curricular activities such as NSS,Red Ribbon club, Scouts &
Guides(Rovers and Rangers), Red cross, Heritage Club units which help students
in developing their personality.
One week ExtraCuricular/Co-Curicular programs are organized which
is a mega event of the college, through which students are trained and they get
opportunity for exhibiting their talents and this program boost the talents,
confidence and morale of the students.
Sahayog, Manavatha, Angla, Spoken English course, soft skill and job skill
training programs are organized by the college. Campus selection program are also
organized by the college.
College has NGOs and community. Department Agencies for field work practicum,
organizing programs and extension activities.
Teachers are appointed as per the norms of Government and UGC, guest
lecturers are appointed through online selection process according to the norms
and guidelines of Department of Collegiate Education. Lecturers participate in
Seminars, Workshops Orientation programs /Refresher courses Conferences
Symposiums and other training program conducted by the college and arranged/
organized by the department collegiate education for accountability of teachers a
unique dairy having weekly minimum 40 hours of work entered is being used for
writing daily activities. Same model is being used by most of the other government
College is able to get good result even with admission of students who
name passed in supplementary exams. B.A, B.Com, B .Sc & B.B.A courses have
achieved good results.
Criteria-3 Research, Consultancy and Extension
College research committee monitors and addresses research activity
of the college. College is recognized under 2(F) and 12(B) of the UGC and
teachers are deputed on FIP for research work. Faculty members are also
undertaking research on part time basis for their P. HD degree. For the benefit of
staff and students research methodology workshop is organized.
College library has latest books internet facility and Xerox facility
for doing research work. Teachers have presented papers in national and
international seminars and published articles in reputed journals and magazines.
College faculty undertakes consultancy services free of cost. College
does consultancy in tax planning, community development students’ attitudes.
Student and staff undertake survey programs NSS, Red Cross units are
actively involved in extension activities. Free distribution of cotton bags, blood
donation awareness programs are the major programs of the college. College takes
immense help from industries NGOs, moral and ethical institutions for its
extension activities.
Criteri - 4. Infrastructure and Learning Resources
This spectacular growth of the college in terms of students, courses is
the result of vision of Department of collegiate education Government of
Karnataka. Government visualized a college with difference enhanced with
physical and human resource which would match up with best institutions in the
College has developed PPP model (as observed by NAAC team) which
visited the college during 20 Feb 2006.
The methodical and planned growth of the college which we can see is
the result of active participation Donor, College Development Committee,
Department of Collegiate Education, Old Students, Parents and philanthropists
College infrastructure is developed through Public- Private and Govt
participation; building is constructed out of government grant at a cost of Rs.1, 57,
00,000. Land of worth Rs. 80, 00,000 is freely gifted
Drinking water facility, books, furniture are also received trough donation
by publics, philanthropist,
Criteria -5 students support and progression
Students are provided with multiple scholarship programs both from
government as well as from private donors. Students are encouraged to participate
in cultural programs through talents day of the college. They are also encouraged
to participate in inter college fests, academic competitions, sports and games
competitions. . Inter collegiate competition, talents day, college day programs are
telecasted in local channels.
Academic programs are supplemented by extra and co- curricular activities.
Sahayog, Manavatha, Angla, English speaking course program are organized by
the college. Edu-Sat Programmes.Every year College bring out the College
Personal, academic counseling facility is made available to students. Health
insurance, fee sponsor ship programs are introduced.
The students are trained in facing competitive examinations. Degree
students are trained through Angla, Manavatha and Sahayog which comprises
English communication skills, soft skills and job skills.
College is ragging free, plastic free and rain harvest system is adopted in the
college, students studying in three different years are with three different colours of
uniform which helps in easy identification of students in the college. The
admission and examination processes are totally digitalized. Government
Scholarship programs are also digitalized. College has its own website.
Educational tour to Aihole, Pattadakal and Badami and other historical places
and industrial visit programs,
College organizes sports and games activities and students participate in
different sports and games competitions, colorful sports day is organized. Students
are provided with free food on the ocassion of sports day, talents day and on inter
collegiate competition programs.
As far as administration is concerned Higher Officials (Commissioner,
Directors and Joint Directors) frequently visiting the college. Academic and
administrative, Financial Accounts are audited frequently. Principals and senior
staff are trained in Administrative Training Institute at Mysore for inculcating the
administrative skills. CDC helps Principal in administrative, fund raising and
public relation activities. Principal delegate the work to every staff and by forming
different committees to carryout the work, to implement the academic plan and
government schemes.
College has active college development committee consisting of local leaders,
educationalist, industrialist, businessmen, representatives from non teaching staff
and student community, MLA being chairman of the committee guides the college
developmental activities.
College gets assistance from old students association and parent teachers
association. They sponsor program and help in providing support services like
drinking water, notice boards and also help financially. Every year college
conducts PTA conclave where parents and teachers are jointly counseled.
College believes in decentralization of work. Numbers of committees
are formed to deal with specific issues. These committees work in the direction of
implementation and attend the objective of college academic calendar and plan.
Student academic council is formed under the guidance of student’s
welfare officer to protect interest of student community.
Criteria -7 Innovations and best practices
College is known for innovative actions programs and best practices. College
has 32 best practices, rain water harvesting, energy conservation, waste
management programs are undertaken.
Use of ICT classification of students sponsored study tours action research inter
collegiate fest, study of various trible culture , megha programs, student handbook
and diary , academic file are the innovative practices.
College has a discipline committee which helps in maintaining academic
environment in the college care is taken towards safety of rural girls who travel
from far away places. These innovative and best practices have strengthen the
foundation of college and have become index of the best intentions of the college.
To conclude, college has ample scope for starting many UG and PG
courses. In under graduation we want to start new courses and in Post graduation
section MA, M.Com. , MCA, and information system courses. There is scope for
starting integrated course. However college is not free from problems. College has
severe infrastructure problems. Lack of sufficient class rooms, program hall,
separate library block, vehicle shed all of which has become hurdle for the day to
day running of the college.
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But even with these constraints college has completed 23 academic years
successfully with the help- of public private participation and this college has hand
in gaining the lost glory of historical, mythological, cultural, commercial prestige
of old city of Bilagi . Further over the last Eight years after reaccreditation college
has seen tremendous growth in terms of admission, results, extension and
infrastructure development which must be properly assessed and evaluated
A. Infrastructure
Separate Block for Learning Resource Centre and information resource Centre.
Independent Library Building
College has a plan to have indoor stadium.
Construction of vehicle shed for students and staff.
Construction of separate audio visual rooms for UG.
Construction of staff quarters and guest house in another five years.
B. A cademic Programs
College wishes to start for combination in B A course with Rural Development
and Journalism as specialization during next year
We intend to start two P.G. Courses, namely M.A M,Com. .
C. Student Support Services
The College aims to have SC & ST. and Ladies Hostel for the benefit of rural
College aims to have Green campus.
A sewage treatment plant will be installed in the Campus.
College wishes to strengthen its public network through with NGO'S and
Industries to reach the society.
College wants to have ladies hostel out of UGC funds.
Purpose of Undergoing Re- Accreditation:
College has secured ‘C++’ grade during its first assessment process
(cycle-1) during Feb 2005-06 Eight years have passed after that college has seen
tremondus growth and college wishes to revalidate this growth process. This
NAAC reaccreidation Process indeed is a great opportunity to have insight into the
working of the Institute and it has given an opportunity to assess our strengths and
weaknesses and to know where we stand at the state &National Levels. It is indeed
Acceleration and Activating the Process of the fulfillment of in-built potentialities
of the faculty as well as the Student Community. The NAAC process reminds us
that the Institution shold excel by taking the help of all stakeholders of the college,
especially the College Development Committee, Teaching and Non- teaching staff,
the Students, Parents and Alumni should join together and get motivated further
through re-accreditation process. It is a great opportunity for the College to
evaluate the performance of the college after accreditation. Preparing this
Re-Accreditation Report itself is an exercise of self realization and participation.
The process has accelerated the speed of growth and development of the college.
1. Name and address of the college:
2. For communication:
Affiliated College
Constituent College
Address: Siddeshwar Temple Road,
Website: www.rpgfgcbilagi.org
4. Type of Institution:
If yes specify the minority status (Religious/linguistic/ any other) and provide
documentary evidence.
7. Date of establishment of the college: 25/07/1991 (dd/mm/yyyy).
a. University to which the college is affiliated /or which governs the
college (If it is Constituent college)
b. Details of UGC recognition:
Under Section Date, Month & Year
i. 2 (f) October-2003 Nil
ii. 12 (B) October-2003 Nil
(The Certificate of recognition u/s 2 (f) and 12 (B) of the UGC Act is enclosed)
c. Details of recognition/approval by statutory/regulatory bodies other than UGC
(Enclose the recognition/approval letter)
8. Does the affiliating university Act provide for conferment of autonomy (as
recognized by the
Yes No
If yes, has the College applied for availing the autonomous status?
Yes No
9. Is the college recognized?
a. By UGC as a College with Potential for Excellence (CPE)?
Yes No

Yes No
Date of recognition: …………………… (Dd/mm/yyyy)
Location * Semi-Urban
Built up area in sq. mts. 15,966.31
(* Urban, Semi-urban, Rural, Tribal, Hilly Area, Any others specify)
11. Facilities available on the campus (Tick the available facility and
provide numbers or other details at appropriate places) or in case the
institute has an agreement with other agencies in using any of the listed
facilities provide information on the facilities covered under the
1 Auditorium.
Sports facilities
ii) Swimming pool :- No
i) Number of hostels-3 (Attached to BCM and Social welfare
Dept (SC/ST) Government Hostels)
ii) Number of intakes-35
available in BCM Hostel
Girls’ hostel
i) Number of hostels-2 (Attached to BCM and Social welfare
Dept (SC/ST) Government Hostels)
iii) Facilities (mention available facilities):-General facilities
available in BCM hostel
i ) Number of inmates
Residential facilities for teaching and non-teaching staff (give numbers
available -- cadre wise):- Nil
Ambulance 108 at Call
Facilities like banking, post office, book shops -No
Transport facilities to cater to the needs of students and staff- No
Animal house-No
and voltage
Water harvesting
12 Details of programmes offered by the college (Give data for current
academic year)
& English
B.Com 3 Years P U C English 600 225
B B A 3 Years P U C English 180 Nil
B Sc
13. Does the college offer self-financed Programmes?
Yes No
If yes, how many?
14. New programmes introduced in the college during the last five years if any?
Yes No Number 02
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15. List the departments: (respond if applicable only and do not list facilities
like Library, Physical Education as departments, unless they are also offering
academic degree awarding programmes. Similarly, do not list the departments
offering common compulsory subjects for all the programmes like English,
regional languages etc.)
Social Work
16. Number of Programmes offered under (Programme means a degree
course like BA, B Sc, …)
a. annual system
b. semester system
c. trimester system
Choice Based Credit System
b. Any other ( specify and provide details)
18. Does the college offer UG and/or PG programmes in Teacher Education?
Yes No
If yes,
a. Year of Introduction of the programme(s)……………….
b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable)
Notification No.: ………………
Date: ………………………….. (Dd/mm/yyyy)
c. Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation of Teacher
Education Programme separately?
Yes No
19. Does the college offer UG or PG programme in Physical Education?
Yes No
If yes,
b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable)
Notification No: Not applicable
c. Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation of Physical
Education Programme separately?
20. Number of teaching and non-teaching positions in the Institution
*M *F *M *F *M *F *M *F *M *F
Sanctioned by the
Recruited - - 2 - 6 1 03 1 - -
Yet to recruit - - - 4 1 4 1 - -

21. Qualifications of the teaching staff:
Permanent teachers
M.Phil. - - - - 05 - 05
PG - - 01 - - - 01
Ph.D. - - - - 01 01 02
M.Phil. - - - - 04 02 06
PG - - - - 6 8 14
22. Number of Visiting Faculty /Guest Faculty engaged with the College.
23. Furnish the number of the students admitted to the college during the last
four academic years.
Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female
SC 38 13 52 17 36 29 45 36 52 54 75 63
ST 17 4 27 7 20 11 25 16 31 30 31 32
OBC 170 84 238 112 215 117 206 138 157 222 239 265
Toatal 225 101 317 136 271 157 276 190 240 306 346 360
G-Total 326 453 428 466 546 706
24 Details on students enrollment in the college during the current academic
the college is located
NRI students - Nil-
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25. Dropout rate in UG (average of the last two batches)
(Unit cost = total annual recurring expenditure (actual) divided by total
number of students enrolled)
(a) Including the salary component
(b) Excluding the salary component
27. Does the college offer any programme/s in distance education mode (DEP)?
Yes No
If yes,
a) Is it a registered centre for offering distance education
Programmes of another University.
28. Provide Teacher-student ratio for each of the programme/course offere
Course Course Teacher-student ratio
B.A. 16 :411 1:26
B.Com. 09 :133 1:15
Accréditation : Cycle 1 Cycle 2 Cycle 3
Cycle 4
(Cycle 1refers to first accreditation and Cycle 2, Cycle 3 and Cycle 4
refers to re-accreditation)
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30. Date of accreditation* (applicable for Cycle 2, Cycle 3, Cycle 4 and
re-assessment only)
* A copy of accreditation certificate(s) and peer team report(s) as an
annexure is enclosed.
31. Number of working days during the last academic year.
32. Number of teaching days during the last academic year.
(Teaching days means days on which lectures were engaged excluding the
examination days)
33. Date of establishment of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)
IQAC :- 25/07/2006.
AQAR (i) 31/03/2008
AQAR (ii) 31/03/2009
AQAR (iii) 31/03/2010
AQAR (iv) 31/03/2011
AQAR (v) 31/03/2012
AQAR (vi) 31/12/2012
AOAR (vii) 24/12/2013
36. Any other relevant data (not covered above) the college would like to
include. (Do not include explanatory/descriptive information)
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37. Is there any mechanism to obtain feedback on curricular aspect? From
a.) Academic peers Yes
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39.Is there a mechanism for:
a. Self appraisal of faculty ? Yes No
40. Is there a student Counseling Centre? Yes
41. Suggestion Box Yes
42. Is there a Grievance Redressal Cell? Yes
43.Does the college have an Alumni Association? Yes
44.Does the college have a Parent-Teacher Association? Yes
45.Dates of meeting of academic and Administrative Bodies during the last two years
Academic Bodies
1 Research committee
2 Library committee
Administrative Bodies
1 Admission committee
2 Attendance committee
4 Students welfare & Grievance Redressal cell
5 Examination committee
6 IQAC committee
10 SC/ST. Welfare Officer
15 Sports Committee
17 Heritage Committee
1.1 Curriculum Planning and Implementation
1.1.1 State the vision, mission and objectives of the institution, and describe
how these are communicated to the students, teachers, staff and other
‘Visualizing the Dreams of Higher Education of Rural Mass’ through being a rural
institution for achieving social justice, equity, empowering women and students,
marginalized youths by providing quality education.
The vision statement of the college is in coherence with the vision statement of
the Department of Collegiate Education.
Providing higher education to rural youths especially for economically and
socially backward communities and to become an Institution for Social
To strive excellence in general education by offering multiple courses to rural
youths especially for economically and socially backward communities.
To mould the young generations to be compassionate to all living creatures
committed to values of Indian culture and conclusively contribute to the welfare
of the Mankind.
To foster leadership qualities and to provide an opportunity for integral growth
of personality of the rural youths.
To Provide the students intellectual nourishment and also inculcating such
values in them such as moral, ethical, sense of justice and respect for society.
Making rural youths academically, socially Competent by instilling Knowledge,
Skills and Values in order to make them responsible citizens of India.
Transformation of rural youths into human resource of the globe
Imparting Quality Education to the youths of Bilagi and neighboring villages
irrespective of colour, race, religion, sex, caste & creed.
Preferential Option for poor, Scheduled Castes & Tribes & Women Students.
Achieving good result in the University Examinations.
Promoting Sports & Games, Cultural and Community Development Activities.
Inculcating Global Skills among the students.
Establishment of just and peaceful environment social order through educating
rural youths
Instilling ethical and moral values among the students through education.
Providing multiple courses for the benefit of rural students
Providing multiple post graduate courses to the benefit of rural students
Up gradation of U.G departments into P.G department and innovation centers
Providing modern skills to the students that are required by the industries.
The college aims at providing its students intellectual nourishment and
also inculcating in them such values and skills in order to lead a quality life .In the
light of this, the broad objectives are:
To impart knowledge, expertise, guidance and positive motivation to the
To help the “Slow Learners” and encourage the advanced learners.
To impart Value Education to develop the moral uprightness.
To develop self – confidence among the students to face the challenges of life.
To bring forth competent and employable graduates for suitable job
To provide opportunities for academic excellence and encourage innovations.
To make the students ambitious in life and mould them into responsible global
To empower of students with modern education based on Indian culture and
heritage to transform their potentialities into realities.
Linkage of academics with life skills
The vision, mission, goals and objectives are made known to the stakeholders
Student’s Hand book and diary
College magazine
Display boards
College website
Student academic file
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1.1.2 How does the institution develop and deploy action plans for effective
Implementation of the curriculum? Give details of the process and substantiate
through specific example(s).
Being an Affiliated college plays minimum role in the development
curriculum. College teachers contribute to the development of curriculum as board
of study members, as members of syllabus framing committee and by participating
in syllabus revising workshop conducted by university subject forums and also as
resource persons. Further
College follows subject and syllabus prescribed by the university
To have effective control over academic year academic time table is prepared
in coherence with the university calender of events
Department wise teacher wise/ action plan is prepared for every academic year.
Monthly lesson plan is prepared by every teacher which is part of their
mandatory diary writing work ( subject wise, chapter wise, teacher wise)
Daily diary writing by teachers ensures control as well as effective
Implementation of the curriculam
consolidated time-table. Every teacher sets his/her individual time-table also.
The heads of the departments and the principal monitor library hours, seminars,
assignments, classroom activities, etc of the students. They also monitor the
completionof syllabus as per the lesson plans of teachers and university
Whenever students find difficulties with the curriculum, extra classes are
Engaged by the concerned teachers. revision of curriculum is made after the
completion of the syllabus.
Teachers meticulously check the home work given and conduct class test and
surprise test
The college, along with the support of concerned departments, arranges for
guest lecturers, seminars, quiz competitions, group-games and discussions on
important topics in the curriculum.
The college also undertakes industrial and historical tours as well to make the
curriculum more meaningful and likable.
. Compensatory classes are held for loss of classes by teachers due to OOD,
leaves and for other reasons
The college makes arrangements for the students to participate in seminars
Self Study Report and present papers in other colleges.
Students are also encouraged to write Poems, articles, diaries and they are
published in the college magazine etc
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1.1.3 What type of support (procedural and practical) do the teachers receive
(from the University and/or institution) for effectively translating the
curriculum and improving teaching practices?
The college is affiliated to Rani chennamma University Belgaum and hence
follows the University prescribed curriculum. The college operates UG courses
keeping in mind our organizational goals.
The University forms an Academic calendar that specifies the duration of the
semester, the date of commencement of semester, end of semester and
The university through subject forums conducts an orientation programme for
the faculty members with the course wise guidelines for the delivery of the
curriculum, evaluation methods and syllabus inputs.
The college deputes the faculty to Faculty Improvements Program (FIP)
organized by University.
the inputs gained from the orientation & refresher programmes.
The college invites experienced trainers to equip and update the teachers with
ultra modern teaching techniques, and also persuade them to buy very essential
and modern curriculum related books, Journals and magazines at the
conscessional price and thereby develop their individual libraries.
University while introducing its syllabus of varriouse courses to affiliated
colleges gives clear instruction in its syllabus copy as to teaching methods hours
of teaching each units etc....
The University / Institution provide Library and E-learning facilities to the
faculty to effectively deliver the curriculum.
Teacher orientation programme are also organised by the college for parmanent
and guest faculty members
Language teachers are provided with a language lab where the students can
easily learn pronunciation skills with the help of CD‘s and DVD‘s Syllabus
related videos are also played during weekends.
Through IQAC personality development training programme have been
conducted for staff and students in the college.
EDUSAT programmes greatly help the students and teachers; improve their
spoken English skills and basic computer skills.
The college has a good store of audio-visual aids and charts, and the teachers are
asked to make use of them.
Computer laboratory with internet facility is accessible to teachers and students.
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1.1.4 Specify the initiatives taken up or contribution made by the institution
for effective curriculum delivery and transaction on the Curriculum
provided by the affiliating University or other statutory agency.
College overall academic time table
Action plan ( department wise/ subject wise/ teacher wise)
Lesson plan by each teacher
Monthly plan by each teacher
Weekly schedule/time table
Motivation plan for advanced learners
Participation of teacher in subject orientation organised by university subject
Weekly and monthly verification of staff diaries by HOD’s and Principal.
Audio-Visual facilities.
Further the principal, as well as the departmental heads, conduct regular
meetingsto discuss the syllabus and its completion as per the lesson plans of
teachers and the college academic calendar.
The lecture method is supported with innovative and creative teaching
methods like class room seminars, group discussions, tutorials, visits
Curriculum related news paper articles, magazine articals are made available
to teachers and staff.
1.1.5 How does the institution network and interact with beneficiaries such as
industry, research bodies and the university in effective
operationalisation of the curriculum?
College has taken immense help from industries, research bodies and
university and effective opperationalizasion of curriculum
College has organised industry academia interface programmes and
principal and staff have participated in such programme organised by
the Departments, to know the skiils and knowledge required by them.
To have practical subject Expossure College organises educational tour
programmes to Bangalore, Dharwad and other industrially
developed areas.
Industrial visits and Educational tour programs enable the students to
comprehend emerging new trends.
College has better understanding with university for the use of
library facility, etc..,
2 Kannada sahity pristh Bilagi 2012-13 350
3 One day workshop for staff and
Students by MBA college,bagalkot on
personality developments
2013-14 225
Guest lecture programmes are organize
1.1.6 What are the contributions of the institution and/or its staff
members to the development of the curriculum by the
University?(number of staff members/departments represented on the
Board of Studies, student feedback, teacher feedback, stakeholder
feedback provided, specific suggestions etc.
As member of Board of Studies, syllabus framing committee the faculty
members contribute in formulating, revising or modifying the curriculum
designed by the University. They are participating & contributing in Various
Syllabus related workshop, meeting organized by different subject associations.
Views regarding new syllabus is also sent by the Heads of Departments to the
university after deliberations within the Department.
Industrial visits
4 Bagalkot Cements Ltd,Bagalkot 2011-12 39
7 Nirani Sugars Ltd Mudhol 2012-13 200
8 Bilagi Sugurs Ltd,Badagandi 2012-13 100
Particulars of Teachers as Board of Study Members
2. Dr B.S.Singe Assistant Professor in Kannada 2011-12
3 Prof: M.A.Rajvi Associate Professor Dept.of History 2012-13
1.1.7 Does the institution develop curriculum for any of the courses offered
(other than those under the purview of the affiliating university) by it?
If ‘yes’, give details on the process (’Needs Assessment’, design,
development and planning) and the courses for which the curriculum
has been developed.
The College does not offer any programme, other than the ones that are
affiliated to the University.
But it has developed curriculum for English soft skills (communication skill)
English communication skill curriculum is developed in consultation with
1.1.8 How does institution analyze/ensure that the stated objectives of
curriculum are achieved in the course of implementation?
College analyses and ensures that the stated objectives of curriculum are
achieved in the course of implimentation in the following manner
Feed back mechanism ( from students, parents and old students)
Student Performance – internal assessment & grades, semester exams, Project
work, presentations, organizing seminars and workshops, skill based
Employability no of students who are employeed in varriouse organizations and
in reputed institutions.
No of students who went for higher education by getting motivation from the
delivery skills along with the theoretical inputs through participation in
national and international workshops, seminars, conferences, discussions etc.
Overall Performance of the Institution - results obtained at the University level,
participation in various cultural activities, competitive exams, and progression
of alumni.
1. 2 Academic Flexibility
1.2.1 Specifying the goals and objectives give details of the
certificate/diploma/ skill development courses etc., offered by the institution.
Particulars of certifiocate/diploma/skill development Courses offered by
institution with objectives
Sl.no Name of the course Nature Objectives
01 English communication skill Short term To build self confidence of rural
02 Global skill Short term To import skills that sets multinational
03 Public speaking courses Short term To improve the general communication
skill of the students and eradicate stage
mike fear
Further college is facilitating the dream programme of Department of
Collegiate Education under Nypunnya nidhi and Star Program. They are as
build self confidence of rural
02 Soft skill IInd year students To develop overall personality of
the students
programme of NSDC)
IIIrd year students To make the students employable
By undergoing above courses rural student becomes resource of this country
1.2.2 Does the institution offer programmes that facilitate twinning /dual
degree? If ‘yes’, give details.
The institution does not offer programmes that facilitate twinning or dual degree.
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1.2.3 Give details on the various institutional provisions with reference to
academic flexibility and how it has been helpful to students in terms of
skills development, academic mobility, progression to higher studies and
improved potential for employability
Range of Core /Elective options offered by the University and those
opted by the college
h. History, Geogrphy, Kannada. (HGK)
2. B.Com Course Compulsory Papers with two electives A. Business Taxation
b. Financial Management
3. B.B.A Course Compulsory papers with a. Human Resource Management
b. Financial Management
b. Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics (PCM).
Physics, Mathematics, Zoology, (PMZ).
Thus college offers multiple UG courses with options or choice
As per the UGC guidelines for first & second semester of all the under
graduate courses students have to study Indian Constitution and Human
Rights Gender equity & Environment Science as compulsory paper .
In addition to this,, for the IIIrd & IV th Semester BA, B Sc Students have
General studies PDCS, , and Computer application are the Compulsory
inter disciplinary course Papers.
In BA Vth and VIth semester History is Compulsory paper. Development
European and Karnataka History are the electives.
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Choice Based Credit System and range of subject options
Choice based credit system is implemented for the UG section the academic
This has been done in response to the UGC directives and in accordance
with the UGC guidelines.
The CBCS not only helps students to take an interdisciplinary approach to
the subject who will enable them to obtain useful insights from the new
paper but also makes the learning process interesting and a rewarding
Courses offered in modular form
No such courses are offered in such form however college aims to start in
the same in future as per university norms.
Enrichment courses
College organises many enrichment programmes for the benifit of students.
• NET/ SLET coaching classes
• Foundation course for BSC/BA computer students at entry level
• Communication skill programme
• Soft/social skill/ training programme
• Job skill training programme
• personality and development program
With regard to academic flexibility, College is happy to state that;
As far as UG courses are concerned
College offers 4 UG courses BA, B.Com, B.Sc BBA, and students from all
streams are accomodated in the college
College offers one language as second language (Kannada.Hindi,Urdu)
from 1991-92 languages are offered.
As per university rule students of other university can get transfer admission
to the respective courses with change of subject
BA,& B.Com,students are offered two specialisattion papers in final year
1.2.4 Does the institution offer self-financed programmes? If ‘yes’, list
them and indicate how they differ from other programmes, with
reference to admission, curriculum, fee structure, teacher qualification,
salary etc.
The institution does not offer any self-financed programs at present.
1.2.5 Does the college provide additional skill oriented programmes, relevant
to regional and global employment markets? If ‘yes’ provide details of such
programme and the beneficiaries.
Yes, the college through its placement and training cell organizes the following
series of skill development programmes that prepares students for both regional and
global employment market.
• Inter personal skills: Team work, Leadership skills relationship building etc
• Social Skills: Class room etiquette, civic sense, pertsonality development
• Employability Skills: Resume making, problem solving, Interview skills,
• Analytical and critical thinking, aptitude skills etc.
• Management Skills: Disaster management, Crisis Management, Event management,
• Technical Skills: Cyber Security Awareness.
Some of the above programms are also organisesd through SAHAYOG,
Vikasana, Naipunya Nidhi Programmes of department of Collegiate
1.2.6 Does the University provide for the flexibility of combining the
conventional face-to-face and Distance Mode of Education for students to
choose the courses/combination of their choice” If ‘yes’, how does the
institution take advantage of such provision for the benefit of students?
The University does not provide the facility or flexibility of combining the
conventional face-to-face and distance mode of education.
However Principal has raised the issue in the principals’ meeting and Syndicate
meeting with regard to students who leaves the course due to employment,
marriage or for other reasons.
He has requested the university to make a provision in the university by law
1.3 Curriculum Enrichment
1.3.1 Describe the efforts made by the institution to supplement the
University’s Curriculum to ensure that the academic programmes and
Institution’s goals and objectives are integrated?
The institution prepares its own academic calendar in accordance with
university calender every year, so as to suppliment university curriculum and to
ensure that academic programs and institutional goals and objectives are
Further action plans of the college and the department’s suppliment the same.
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College has made every attempt for relating the subject to current day needs /
requirements and social needs
College conducts communication skill, soft skill/ social skill/ life skill, jobskill
development programmes.
Personality development programmes are also organised
All days of national importance are organised and celebrated with the
participation of teachers and students. Some of them are Republic Day,
Independence Day, youth day, Human Rights Day.
The birthday of Mahatma Gandhi is also celebrated, with readings on the lives
and thought of these great leaders, so that the students take pride in their
nationality, develop high moral ideals.
Students are made aware of national-international issues, to gain knowledge
about them.
Apart from these, seminars and workshops, paper presentation is also
organized in the college from time to time to focus on specific burning issues.
Megha programme is organised every year to exhibite student talent and to
give mass training on common issues
1.3.2 What are the efforts made by the institution to modify, enrich and
organize the curriculum to explicitly reflect the experiences of the
students and cater to needs of the dynamic employment market?
As our college is affiliated to University the institution does not have the
autonomy to frame our own curriculum,
With regard to university designed curriculum necessory feed back is taken
from student parent staff and university is informed about the suggestions
sponsored by the Government under Sahayog and NaipunyaNidhi is regularly
conducted and maximum students are enrolled.
In addition to this college staff also provides short term training to our students
regarding preparation of resume, group discussion how to face interviews,
entrance exam etc.
1.3.3 Enumerate the efforts made by the institution to integrate the cross
cutting issues such as Gender, Climate Change, Environmental
Education, Human Rights, ICT etc., into the curriculum?
Necesssory arrangements are made by the university itself in its course curriculum
A. foundation course for B.A, B. Sc, B.Com,
* Special Accounts and Special commerce for Non commerce Students addimitted
in to B.Com.
all first year students )
B. Inter disciplinary subject for second B.A, B. Sc. B.Com,BBA students.
• General Studies
• Human Resource Development
c. Apart from this we also conduct training/ guest lecture H.R.D programs for
students as well as faculty members on the above issues.
The college grivencess redressal cell, women forum, political science forum, NSS
wings, Redcross units, eco club,computer science department Hretiage club
organizes programs on such issues
1.3.4 What are the various value-added courses/enrichment programmes
offered to ensure holistic development of students?
In order to ensure the holistic development of students, several value-added
courses and enrichment program mes are carried out.
Moral and Ethical Values
Every year program is organised in colaboration with Ramakrishna Ashram and
local clubs on value education , ethical values, and successfull studentship
One day seminar program is organised during every quarter of year on shri
vivekananda life values
Guest lecture programs are organised on moral and ethical values by eminent
speakers like, Ibrahim Sutar, Sri Paramramarud Swamiji, H.B.Kanthi.
Employable and Life Skills
College carrer guidence and placement cell works in this diirection.
Through old angla, vikasana, sahayog under hosa hejje and communication skill
social/ soft skill, job skill under new nypunnya nidhi star programme under
diorector of collegiate education these skills are instilled amoung students through
40/60hours of training every year
Life skill training program is given by teachers who are trained in NIMHANS
Better Career Otions
College carrer guidence and placement cell gives direction and organises
Students are provided with personal and academic counscelling
Information on education loan and other facilities is deseminated to students
Students are sent to campus selection programs organised by other institutions
and regional office of Dharwad only for government colleges.
Community Orientation
Program are organised by National Service Scheeme,ranger unit of college.
NSS and Red-Cross.Scout &Guides voluntiers students under take community
development seminars and projects/ field work practicum.
Programme on tribal culture, local treditional culture are organized.
Thus apart from studies, the students are also oriented towards the
community and its problems through the membership of National Service Scheme
(NSS), Youth Red Cross and Rangers & Rovers, each of which has a unit in the
college. Several programmes like blood donation camps, eye camps, Health camps,
literacy programme, anti- drug campaign and Green commerce organized by
different departments of our college.
1.3.5 citing a few examples enumerate on the extent of use of the feedback from
stakeholders in enriching the curriculum?
College does not have much right on syllabus modification and enrichmentBut it has
made all attempts to enrich the curriculum prescribed by the university at the college
At the end of each semester we take feedback from students regarding syllabus,
faculty teaching.Depending on the feedback we decide what are the changes
needed to enrich the curriculum.
Feed back mechanism is helpful in
Deciding the nature and content of the programme
Duration of the programme
In organising educational tours/industrial visits /expossure programmes
Informing university and academic body of the University about changes to be
made in the curriculam and in revising the curriculum
Adding more areas under extra and co-curricular for students participation
and assesment
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1.3.6 How does the institution monitor and evaluate the quality of its
The principal as head of the institution does overall monitoring all the
Of the institutions. He co-ordinates the activities and work of all other
committees and Departments.
The Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), plays important role by helping
the principal to take appropriate decisions. IQAC participates and guides
many activities like, admission process, preparation of work-plan,
examination process etc. College IQAC co-ordinates with ‘State Quality
Assurance Cell.
Qulity of enrichment program of the institutin is monitored and evaluated by
IQAC of the ccollege
As far as curriculum enrichment programs are concerned heads of the
department monitor and evaluate the quality of the program.
The system of class teacher, course co-ordinators also works in this direction
Every programs organised by the college is headed by a staff co-ordinator and
he monitirs and evaluate the program
Feed back mechanism helps in this direction very much
Direction and evaluation by departmental officials and CEQE is also helpful in
monitoring and evaluating different enrichment programs of the college
Reporting system is introduced to have account of program organised.
Various committees take responsibility of many activities. All committees and
department submit periodical reports.
1.4 Feedback System
1.4.1 What are the contributions of the institution in the design and
development of the curriculum prepared by the University?
The contribution of the Institution towards design and development of the
Curriculum is as bellow.
As member of Board of Studies, syllabus framing committee the faculty
members contribute in formulating, revising or modifying the curriculum
designed by the University.
organized by different subject associations.
Views regarding new syllabus is also sent by the Heads of Departments to the
university after deliberations within the Department.
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The College encourages its faculty to serve on various statutory bodies of the
University. These feedbacks are communicated for appropriate inclusion and
decisions in statutory academic bodies.
Feedback from current students especially out going obtained informally
through discussions at regular intervals and formally through a written format.
Inputs from alumni are of greater weight age since their career interactions
enable them to identify the strengths and weakness of the curriculum.
An analysis is obtained from academic peers during their visits to the College
as invitees for seminars and workshops, and as external examiners.
Since communication with industry is a regular practice, either for industrial
visits or placement process at the campus, feedback is obtained on curriculum
and its improvement during these interactions.
1.4.2 Is there a formal mechanism to obtain feedback from students and
stakeholders on Curriculum? If ‘yes’, how is it communicated to the
University and made use internally for curriculum enrichment and
introducing changes/new program mes?
Yes, the Institution has a formal mechanism to obtain feedback from the
students and stakeholders.
Feedback is obtained from the stakeholders in the following ways:
Structured questionnaire is administered to the students
a. From the students: collected at the end of the course
b. From the parents: in PTA interaction and PTA conclave through expression
of views
d. From old students: through opinion polling book
e. Recorded views of eminent visitors to the college
Students – Feedback is collected from students at regular intervals (mainly
at the end of each semester) and through suggestion box kept near the office and
the library.
Parents – Feedback taken from parents during parent teachers meet, annual day
and during informal visits to the college by the parents
1.4.3 How many new programmes/courses were introduced by the institution
during the last four years? What was the rationale for introducing new
affordable cost
global students. And these subjects
help to compititative examinations
Above Courses are started in this college to provide an opportunity for rural
students progression higher education within radius 50kms of these college,
especially socially/ economically backward students at affordable cost.
Any other relevant information regarding curricular aspects which the college
would like to include.
As stated in the vision and mission college offers range of courses with the
2.1 Student Enrollment and Profile
2.1.1 How does the college ensure publicity and transparency in the
admission process?
“Visualizing the dreams of higher education of rural mass”.
As per this statement our college focuses on visionary goal of educating socially
economically backward rural youths.
Our College is governed by collegiate education of Government of Karnataka.
So admission is done as per the guidelines of the Government and reservation
policy of the State.
Advertisement is given regarding the admission usually after the announcement
of results of pre university board of Karnataka in news papers having wide
circulation, and in local T.V. channel.
As pre-admission and motivation process pamphlets about courses offered by the
college are distributed in neighboring and nearby colleges by personally visiting
two months in advance so that they are made aware of the institution.
Information about the college admission and courses offered are also put up in
college website:
The admission notification is also put up in our college notice board.
Further college prospectus gives full information about the college and its
Information about the college is displayed in billboards and hoardings in city
2.1.2 Explain in detail the criteria adopted and process of admission (Ex. (i)
merit (ii) common admission test conducted by state agencies and national
agencies (iii) combination of merit and entrance test or merit, entrance test
and interview (iv) any other) to various programmes of the Institution.
As per the government regulations admission is given to all the applicants based
on the roaster system for UG courses.
Category Percentage of seats reserved
General Merit 50%
As far as UG courses are concerned
Admission committee is formed containing Department heads and other
members for which principal are the chairman.
After the expiry of last date for submitting the application, the respective
committee will process the application prepare merit cum reservation list
and is published in the college notice board.
Selected candidates are asked to appear for interview before the admission
In UG course where there is no rush, admission is given to all the students
who ever approach.
Five percent seats are allotted to the applicants belonging to NCC cadets,
sports persons etc.
2.1.3 Give the minimum and maximum percentage of marks for
admission at entry level for each of the programmes offered by the
college and provide a comparison with other colleges of the affiliating
university within the city/district.
BSc 35% 85% -- -- - -
College 2. Visweshwarayy BBA College, Bilagi
2.1.4 Is there a mechanism in the institution to review the admission process
and student profiles annually? If ‘yes’ what is the outcome of such an effort
and how has it contributed to the improvement of the process?
The admission committee reviews the admission process.
List of the students who are admitted from the other disciplines for the course is
prepared so that the bridge course can be conducted for the benefits of the student.
In last five years, total of 470 students averaging 94 students per year got a benefit
of bridge course.
Test is conducted on completion of the bridge course to ensure that the students
have procured enough basic knowledge about the courses they have opted.
For the slow learner students, extra classes are conducted and simplified study
materials are provided which helps in improving the student’s profile.
There is remarkable improvement in the performance of the slow learners and the
students admitted from different discipline after the bridge course and tutorial
Re admission is done for all students every year after reviewing their
performance,in terms of examination ,attendance, and their behavioral aspects.
After completion of admission process course wise. Year wise, gender wise, caste
wise, category wise, statistics is taken so as to decide and award different
Thus an analysis of socially, economically ademically backward students is made
on the basis of statistics.
2.1.5 Reflecting on the strategies adopted to increase/improve access for
following categories of students, enumerate on how the admission
policy of the institution and its student profiles demonstrate/reflect
the National commitment to diversity and inclusion
Minority community
Any other
Our institution follows reservation policy and direction of the government and
provides various facilities to different categories of the students to increase/
improve for them to higher education
SC/ST – Category
At the time of admission there is relaxation in minimum marks & also
fee concession is provided.
NET coaching for PG students is given to encourage them.
OBC- Catogory
32% Resaervation in admission
If they have Caste / Income certificate tution fee and user fee concession
is given.
Women – category
Fee sponcership
Differently abled –category
5% reservation in admission process and extra time given during exams if
they submit Medical Certificate from the district health centre.
Scholarship facility
Concession in cdc Fee
Reservation in admission
Any other – category
Students who have applied from the sports quota, there is exemption in
CDC fee.
Accidental Medical expenses reimbursement facility.
2.1.6 Provide the following details for various programmes offered by the
institution during the last four years and comment on the trends. I.e.
reasons for increase / decrease and actions initiated for improvement.
Programmes Number of
Programmes Number of
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Analysis of admission trends- increase or decrease in admission with reasons and
action initiation for improvement.
UG Courses
Admission for B.com degree courses increased four times over last four years
i.e.… from17 during 2011-12 to 113 during 2014-15
It is due to increasing trend of admission for commerce section in feeding
junior colleges, quality teaching of the college and employment opportunity
for B.com Student.
Further due to heavy salary demanded by management graduates and due to
increasing demand for quality accountants the demand for B.com courses.
Since demand for management graduate declining in employment market
there is declining admission for BBA course
However college is able to have one batch though the course is winded up in
near by colleges
But our college is able to have minimum strength for all BA program except
B.Sc Course. College is able to get above 90% result in B.A Courses
B.A(HKS) 135 1:1
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College is not able to get sufficient admission for B.Sc CBZ and CZB. Couses
Due to lack of feeding colleges.
Though this college is situated in a Gram Panchayath area college is able to
have good admission for all courses even in competition from private colleges.
From this we can say that college has leaved upto the expectation of vision
and mission statement
Action for appointment for permanent lecturers.
2.2 Catering to Diverse Needs of Student
2.2.1 How does the institution cater to the needs of differently- able students
and ensure adherence to government policies in this regard?
As per govt. rules 5% reservation is provided for physically handicapped
(now it called children with special need) students.
The academic ad visor of such students takes extra care of academic needs
of them.
Students are given additional 20 minutes during the examination with the
special permission from the university.
Special facility is provided in lab as well as in library.
Scholar ship facility is made available to such students
2.2.2 Does the institution assess the students’ needs in terms of knowledge
and skills before the commencement of the program? If ‘yes’, give details
on the process.
Pre admission counseling facility and pre pre- commencement of class counsceling
facility is available.
Special counseling is given to students during admission and detailed
information is given regarding course, specialization available so that
student can decide the options to be selected.
Separate list of those students who are admitted from other disciplines are
prepared during the admission itself, and bridge course is conducted for
those students.
List of the low scorers are prepared during the admission time and tutorial
classes are also conducted from the beginning of the semester.
Guest lecturers are programmes arranged to impart special skill and