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The IQAC of the College organized several programmes for its stakeholders this year. The Cell was well prepared for the visit of the Academic Audit Committee on 15th September, 2015. The whole exercise was conducted smoothly.

The AQAR for 2015-16 was completed as soon as the University results were announced and submitted on 18th November, 2015. On 17th and 18th November, 2015, a two-day workshop on “Engaging Pedagogies in Teaching” was conducted for faculty members. Teachers found it useful as they were exposed to new pedagogical techniques. The existing and time tested pedagogies were also visited with renewed enthusiasm and new insights. 31 faculty members participated in the workshop.

The IQAC also took up scrutiny of files of teachers who were due for placement under CAS . Teachers were briefed about filling the forms. The junior most non-teaching staff benefitted immensely from the Certificate Programme on “Enhancing Computer Skills”. It was held module-wise in three sessions. At the end of the second session itself the participants were able to send emails to their friends and some proudly said they booked their train tickets online.

Yoga and Meditation Sessions were also held for non-teaching staff over a three-day period. Ms. Bhairavi Mawani, an Art of Living practitioner, facilitated this workshop which was conducted by Art of Living resource persons from 4th -7th February, 2016. This workshop helped the participants handle stress better.

As a part of the Value Education programme for students, a play on the Teachings of Vivekananda was staged on 17th February, 2016. Teachers and students enjoyed the two hour solo play by Vivekananda Youth Connect Group. The play entitled “Yodha Sanyasi Swami Vivekananda” dwelt on living a committed and value-based life. The students were enthralled by the mono acting of Mr. Damodar Ramdasi and were able to appreciate the leadership traits and values espoused by Swami Vivekananda.

The IQAC also prepared the Report and documents required for submitting the application of the College for the award of Potential for Excellence under UGC XIIth Plan guidelines. Two workshops were conducted in association with the Research Committee in June 2015 and February 2016 for teachers, to apprise them about the new online method of applying for Major andMinor projects under XII th Plan. Many teachers attended the session and were also able to successfully upload their proposals online.

In addition to the above, new Certificate Courses on Android Applications were suggested for I.T. and Computer Science students.

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