Session: 2006-07

~ PART - A ~

In the course of its long and glorious journey, Bankura Christian College, has reached many a milestone and 2005-06 was another special year. During this academic session the NAAC Peer Team visited the college and awarded it B++ grade after due assessment and accreditation. The Peer Team presented the institution with a draft report where in they highlighted the strengths and weakness of the college. The report also contained a series of recommendations aimed towards an all-round development of the institution and hence when the IQAC began functioning for the first time (2006-07) it decided to adopt these recommendations as its guidelines. Accordingly a detailed plan was prepared keeping in mind quality enhancement and peripheral development of the students for combating the present demand in globalized scenario.

  1. Opening of Honours Course in the Department of Physiology

  2. Opening of Pass Course in the Department of Sociology

  3. Opening of a Self-financed B.P.Ed. Course

  4. Creation of a separate unit for Geography Department

  5. Complete computerization of the Office

  6. Complete computerization of the Library

  7. Introduction of P.G. Course in Zoology and Chemistry

  8. Promotion of research with national and international links

  9. Expansion of NSS Unit in order to bring in a greater number of students.

  10. Increase the student intake in various Honours Courses

  11. Construction of a separate Hostel for the female students.

  12. Creating a Book Bank for the students

  13. Promotion of Faculty Exchange Programme

  14. Rejuvenation of the NCC Unit

  15. Renovation of existing structures

  16. Working towards Autonomy

~ PART - B ~

1. ACTIVITIES REFLECTING THE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE DEPARTMENT:

The college aims at providing the students with updated technical aids in order to make them a part of our technologically developing nation. For this, computers along with internet facilities have been made readily available to the students. Initiative has been taken to introduce new courses as per current global trends. Attempts are also being made towards acclimatizing the students with the latest teaching aids.

The foremost aim of the college is to inculcate within the students and teachers a tradition of academic excellence directed toward social enhancement. For this NSS programmes are conducted where teachers and students come together on a common platform and perform utility programmes such as tree plantation, blood donation camps, etc.

Another basic objective of the institution is to prepare the students to meet the challenges of the 21st Century in keeping with the changing global scenario. For this the college is introducing new courses, both as self financed as well as by productive utilization of unexploited assets and resources.

 

2. NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES INITIATED (UG AND PG) as per Governing Body resolution held on 09-03-2007

 

Year

Course Title

2006-07

i. Introduction of P.G. in Chemistry (in self financing mode)
ii. Introduction of P.G. in Zoology (in self financing mode)
iii. Honours in Physiology
iv. Honours in Computer Science
v. Introduction of Physical Education (in self financing mode)

 

3. INNOVATIONS IN CURRICULAR DESIGN AND TRANSACTION:

The University of Burdwan has initiated various changes in its curricula design and various faculty members of this institution have aided in the process through individual interaction as eminent members of Board of Studies:

  1. Dr. Salil Kr. Basak, Reader in Botany Member, Board of Studies

  2. Sri Biswarup Samanta, Sl. Gr. Lecturer in English, Member, PG Board of Studies

  3. Sri Bappa Roy, Sl. Gr. Lecturer in Physiology, Member, Board of Studies

  4. Dr. Samir Kr. Roy, Reader in Chemistry Member, Faculty Council of Science

  5. Dr. Debasis Biswas, Reader in Electronics, Member, Board of Studies

  6. Dr. Goutam Buddha Sural, Reader in English, Member, PG Board of Studies

  7. Sri Shyama Prosad Dey, Sr. Lecturer in Economics, Member, UG Council

  8. Sri Utpal Roy, Member, PG Board of Studies

4. INTER-DISCIPLINARY PROGRAMMES STARTED:

Department of English published their Departmental Journal – Appropriations

5. EXAMINATION REFORMS IMPLEMENTED:

Unit Test has been introduced along with unitization of the entire syllabus.

 

6. CANDIDATES QUALIFIED: NET/SLET/GATE etc.:

 

Year

No. of students qualified

2006

NET

SLET

GATE

Other (Specify)

04

03

06

-

 

7. INITIATIVE TOWARDS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME:

 

Name of the Faculty

RC,OC-Programme/
Training/ Workshops/
Others

Area of
Training

Name of Institute

Duration
From - To

Dr. Punarbasu Bose

OP

 

Academic Staff College, University of Burdwan

06-06-2006
To
03-07-2006

Sri Prasun Kr. Nayak OP   Academic Staff College, University of Burdwan 06-06-2006
To
03-07-2006
Dr. Bibekananda Mahanti RC   Academic Staff College, University of Burdwan 01-09-2006
To
21-09-2006
Sri Manas Layek OC   Academic Staff College, Jadavpur University 05-03-2007
To
31-03-2007

Dr. Subhasis Bandyopadhyay

RC

Computer Science

Academic Staff College, University of Burdwan

31-01-2007

To

20-02-2007

Dr. Anindita Mitra OC   Academic Staff College, University of Burdwan 06-06-2006
To
03-07-2006
Sri Auribinda Chatterjee OC   Academic Staff College, University of Burdwan 15-09-2006
To
12-09-2006
Smt. Sunanda Das RC   Academic Staff College, University of Burdwan 06-06-2006
To
03-07-2006

FACULTY MEMBERS PARTICIPATED IN NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SEMINARS, CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS, SYMPOSIA AND TRAINING PROGRAMMES:

NATIONAL (No. 65)

Name of the faculty

Title

Duration

From - To

Venue/

Institute

Sri Chinmoy Taraphdar

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Dr. Punarbasu Bose

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Sri Bikash Chakraborty

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Sri Mahitosh De

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Dr. Sanat Kr. Ghosh

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Dr. Samir Kumar Roy

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Dr. Debasis Bandyopadhyay

Reactivity of Atoms and Molecules

08-09-2006

Durgapur Government College, Durgapur

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Physics in the 21st Century

18-11-2006

CMERI,  Durgapur

Dr. Bibekananda Mahanti

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Sri Santanu Mandal

Seminar on ‘Reactivity of Atoms and Molecules’

08-09-2006

Durgapur Government College, Durgapur

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Physics in the 21st Century

10-02-2007

To

11-02-2007

CMERI,  Durgapur

Dr. Saugata Sain

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Sri Manas Layek

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Sri Prasun Kr. Nayak

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Sri Arup Mukhopadhyay

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Dr. Fatik Baran Mondal

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Dr. Chandranath Chatterjee

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

“Biosensor NSBS ’07”

24-03-2007

To

25-03-2007

Raja N. L. Khan College, Paschim Midnapur

Dr. Anindita Mitra

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

“Biosensor NSBS ’07”

24-03-2007

To

25-03-2007

Raja N. L. Khan College, Paschim Midnapur

Sri Avijit Mukherjee

Modern trends in Ecotoxilogical Research and Human Welfare

25-09-2006

To

26-09-2006

Bankura Christian College

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Dr. Anupam Ghosh

Modern trends in Ecotoxilogical Research and Human Welfare

25-09-2006

To

26-09-2006

Bankura Christian College

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Dr. Chandan Mukhopadhyay

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Dr. Arijit Sinhababu

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Dr. Debasish Bakshi

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Dr. Manoranjan Chakraborty

Environment and Sustainable Development- The Indian Context

09-03-2007

To

10-03-2007

B.B. College, Asansol

Dr. Goutam Buddha Sural

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Dr. Asit Kr. Biswas

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Dr. Narugopal Mukherjee

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Sri Anindya Sen

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Dr. Nibedita Mukherjee

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Sri Saikat Sarkar

Literary Theory: Spectre and Aura

15-01-2007

To

16-01-2007

MUC Women’s College, Burdwan

Dr. Swapan Kr. Bandyopadhyay

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Sri Dipayan Pattyanak

Philosophy, Science and Technology

17-11-2006

Bankura Christian College

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Smt. Mousumi Das

Revaluating the Humanities in the Contemporary Backdrop

04-04-2006

To

05-04-2006

Birbhum Mahavidyalaya

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Disaster Water Resource Management

24-11-2006

Bankura Zila Saradamoni Mahila Mahavidyapith.

Smt. Sunanda Das

Philosophy, Science and Technology

17-11-2006

Bankura Christian College

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Sri Anupam Jash

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

To

19-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College

Disaster Water Resource Management

24-11-2006

Bankura Zila Saradamoni Mahila Mahavidyapith.

Healthy youth For Healthy India

11-02-2007

To

12-02-2007

Dept. of Philosophy, The University of Burdwan

Sri Utpal Roy

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Smt. Paramita Roy

150 Years of Great Revolt of 1857 & It's Relevance in the Present Indian Scenario

18-11-2006

Bankura Sammilani College, Bankura

Sri Subrata Pan

Cartography,  Remote Sensing and GIS

12-01-2007

P.R.M.S. Mahavidyalaya, P. More, Bankura

Environmental Hazards/ Disasters and its Management

03-02-2007

To

04-02-2007

Dept. of Geography, B.Z.S.M. Mahavidyalaya, Bankura

Sri Somenath Mukherjee

Recent Trends in Geography

10-02-2007

To

11-02-2007

Dept. of Geography, Burdwan University

INTERNATIONAL (No. NIL)

8.TOTAL NUMBER OF SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS CONDUCTED:

Name of Organizer/Dept.

Name of Seminars/ Workshops/Seminars/etc.

Organized

From

To

Zoology

Modern Trends in Ecotoxicological Research and Human Welfare

25-09-06

26-09-06

 

9. RESEARCH PROJECTS: 04

Name of the Principal Investigator

Sponsoring Agency

Date of  commencement/ completion

Total outlay of the project (in Rs.)

A.K. Mandal

UGC

Ongoing

50,000

D. Badyopadhyay

UGC

06-11-2006

75,000

Sheeladitya Paul

UGC

Ongoing

65,000

Richard R.N. Bajpai

UGC

21-03-2006

1,00,000

10. PATENTS GENERATED, IF ANY: Nil

11. NEW COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH PROGRAMMES: Nil

12. RESEARCH GRANTS RECEIVED FROM VARIOUS AGENCIES:

Year

Agency

Grant (Rs.)

Progress / Ongoing / Completed

2006-07

IIT, Kharagpur

Rs.  60,000/-

Ongoing

13. DETAILS OF RESEARCH SCHOLARS (Ph.D. and M.Phil. Programme):

Department

Name of the Guide

Name of the scholars

Chemistry

Dr. Samir Kr. Roy

Sajal Mukherjee

Sanskrit

Dr. Ajit Kr. Mondal

Mousumi Sarkar

14. CITATION INDEX OF FACULTY MEMBERS AND IMPACT FACTOR: NIL

15. HONORS / AWARDS TO THE FACULTY: 02

16. INTERNAL RESOURCES GENERATED: NIL

17. DETAILS OF SAP, COSIST (ASSIST)/ DST, FIST ETC.,ASSISTANCE/ RECOGNITION: NIL

18. COMMUNITY SERVICES:

Activities undertaken by the NSS volunteers of unit-I and II:

Date

Details of the activity

14.07.06 - 20.07.06

Tree plantation programme started in and around the college campus

26.07.06

A special drive was made for cleaning the college campus

06.08.06 - 13.08.06

Enrolment for new volunteers began and completed within a weak

17.08.06

With the new volunteers the inside of the college building, the canteen area and the field near library was cleaned.

15.08.06

Volunteers celebrated the independence day.

24.08.06

Arranged meeting to make a survey and health awareness programme for 28th August, 08.

28.08.06

Survey started and at the end a health checkup programme was held with the leadership of Dr. A. Barik.

31.08.06

Heap of Garbages near the Chemistry Dept. of our college campus was cleaned

18.09.06

Visited the adopted village and received feedback from the villagers about there problems

24.09.06

NSS day was observed by our student  volunteers

01.10.06

A Blood donation camp was organized with the help of student union of our college and health Department of Bankura Medical college

15.10.06

Cleaning of College campus and surroundings.

02.02.07

College campus was cleaned with our NSS volunteers.

19. TEACHERS AND OFFICERS NEWLY RECRUITED:

Sl. No.

Name & Designation

Dt. Of Aptt.

 

Sl. No.

Name & Designation

Dt. Of Aptt.

 

1

Ms. Paramita Roy
Lecturer

14-09-06

 

8

Ms. Mousumi Das
Lecturer

14-09-06

2

Sri Bikash Chakraborty
Lecturer

14-09-06

 

9

Sri Pranab Kr. Puitandi
Sl. Gr. Lecturer

15-09-06

3

Sri Subhasish Chakraborty
Lecturer

14-09-06

 

10

Sri Anupam Jash
Lecturer

19-09-06

4

Dr. Arijit Sinhababu
Lecturer

14-09-06

 

11

Smt. Sunanda Das
Lecturer

20-09-06

5

Sri Avijit Mukherjee
Lecturer

14-09-06

 

12

Dr. Anupam Ghosh
Lecturer

25-09-06

6

Sri Arindam Sen
Lecturer

14-09-06

 

13

Smt. Nibedita Mukherjee
Lecturer

26-09-06

7

Sri Arup Mukhopadhyay
Lecturer

14-09-06

 

14

Sri Mahitosh De
Sr. Lecturer

26-09-06

20. TEACHING-NON-TEACHING STAFF RATIO:

Year

Teaching Staff No.

Non-teaching Staff No.

Ratio

2006-07

59

27

59:27

21. IMPROVEMENTS IN THE LIBRARY SERVICES:

  • With the increase of users and their demand more members of books and journals are being purchased. They are duly processed and stacked for their use.

  • Computerization of library works has been initiated.

  • Manuscripts of the college library are properly cleared, wrapped and stacked. These manuscripts are duly entered into national database.

  • User Education Programme in also taken up.

  • For augmenting reading habit best readers among students are rewarded and their photographs affixing on a notice is kept in the notice board.

  • Career Guidance Programme is also running on from the library.

22. NEW BOOKS/JOURNALS SUBSCRIBED AND THEIR COST

Year

New Books added

Total No. of Books in Library

Cost of books
(in Rs.)

Purchased

Donated

Total

2006-07

2121

29

2150

44764

  3,71,655.00

Statements of Journals

Year

No. of Journals

Amount (in Rs.)

Academic

Other

Total

Academic

Other*

Total

2006-07

15

9

24

10,981.00

1,937.00

12,918.00

23. COURSES IN WHICH STUDENT ASSESSMENT OF TEACHERS IS INTRODUCED AND THE ACTION TAKEN ON STUDENT FEEDBACK:

The feedback was taken by the PG, English Department. The students’ overall response pertaining to the various categories given in the feedback form affirms the committed role played by the faculty members.

(i) Your regularity in attending the classes
(ii) The teacher’s regularity in taking the classes
(iii) Ability to systematically teach a topic
(iv) Style of delivery

24. UNIT COST OF EDUCATION:

Year

Amount (Including Salary)

Student Strength

Unit cost

2006-07

2,68,06,728/-

2161

12,404/-

25. COMPUTERIZATION OF ADMINISTRATION AND THE PROCESS OF ADMISSIONS AND EXAMINATION RESULTS, ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES:

Initiative was taken to fully computerize the administrative office and have all the computers linked by LAN. A similar endeavour has been introduced in the Library section of the college. The Administrative staff have been provided with an adequate training to make them computer literate.

26. INCREASE IN THE INFRASTRUCTURAL FACILITIES:

The Governing Body approved the proposal for construction of the Women’s Hostel (as recommended by UGC) which can provide shelter to 100 girls. Several meetings of the Building Committee were held and Executive Engineer took the initiative.

Construction of first floor of Geography Department building is going on under the supervision of the Executive Engineer, PWD, Dr. B.J. Ghosal, Building Committee Member and Sri S. Pan, Head of the Department of Geography.

Department

Date

Bill No.

Description

Quantity

Amount

Chemistry

20-03-2007

SV/B/220/06-07,
Dt. 20-03-2009

pH Meter

1

9450

27-03-2007

SE/95/06-07,
06-03-2007

Mechanical Shaker

1

16350

Stop watch

1

910

Wall clock

1

398

Melting Point Apparatus

1

1950

Thin layer chromatography
(Research Model)

1

5800

28-03-2007

GSA/204/06-07
Dt. 28-03-2007

Tool Box

1

275

Wall thermometer

1

150

Heating Mental (250 ml) 130 w

1

1200

Heating Mental (500 ml) 130 w

1

1350

Zoology

09-12-2006

831/06-07

Samsung 230 L frost-free refrigerator

1

13500

Cassio Automatic Stabilizer

1

1100

F/Stand

1

200

06-03-2007

96

OHP

1

6000

Hot plate for microscope, 8 inches round

1

1700

31-03-2007

 

Photographic attachment

1

30128

335-digital pH meter

1

9950

Electronics

20-02-2007

 

Lenovo Desktop with UPS

1

24930

27. TECHNOLOGY UPGRADATION:

Addition of five new computers to the already existing twenty one.

28. COMPUTER AND INTERNET ACCESS AND TRAINING TO TEACHERS AND STUDENTS:

Internet access is provided to the students and the college plans to extend this facility to the different departments.

29. FINANCIAL AID TO STUDENTS:

Students are provided with free-ship (Half/Full) depending upon their merit, present financial conditions and need:

Faculty

Full Free

Half Free

Arts

1st Yr.

11

33

2nd Yr.

19

15

3rd Yr.

9

23

Science

1st Yr.

7

6

2nd Yr.

3

3

3rd Yr.

3

5

30. SUPPORT FROM THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION AND ITS ACTIVITIES - NIL

31. SUPPORT FROM THE PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION AND ITS ACTIVITIES - NIL

32. HEALTH SERVICES:

Dr. Ajit Kr. Mandi and Mr. Chakraborty hold a regular check-up of the students and their health problems are redressed accordingly.

 

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