District Institute of Education and Training, Mahendragarh

 
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Section
1.

Message from the Principal

This college is one of the oldest institutions of southern Haryana and is known for its excellence in the fields of Academics, Cultural Activities and Sports. The aims and objectives of this institution are to produce socially responsible, ideal and dedicated citizens for the society. National Assessment and Accreditation Council Banglore has judiciously assessed and accredited this college at (B+) Level with 77.25% marks. The college is situated in beautiful pollution free atmosphere amidst greeneries. The college has good infrastructure keeping pace with the academic growth. The improvement in infrastructure is continuously augmented. The college administration is fully involved in the overall development of the personality of the students to make them disciplined citizens.

2.

About us

The college was established by the then PEPSU Government in 1954 to cater to the needs of the young generation of this area in the field of Higher Education. There was no other institution at the time of its establishment to provide teaching facilities in Arts, Science and Commerce Faculties within a radius of 50 Kms. It is the oldest institution in this part of the state and was granted permanent affiliation by the Punjab University in 1954 The college remained affiliated to Kurukshetra University for 11 years with effect from 1967 to 1978. Since November 1978, the college has affiliated to Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak. The College is registered under Section 2 (f) & 12(a) of the UGC Act.

The college is situated in a pollution free area almost out of the town and spread over an area of 25 acres of land, which has been fully developed with greeneries. The college is known for its excellence in the fields of Academics, Cultural Activities and Sports in this area. The aims and objective of this institution are to produce socially responsible, ideal, dedicated and disciplined citizens for the society.

3.

Activities

(A) Academics

Regular teaching work in the classes goes on throughout the session. Evaluation of the students is done by holding Monthly Class Tests & Half Yearly Examinations. Teachers are encouraged to enhance their academic qualifications and such teachers are sent to various departments under Faculty Improvement Programme. Refresher Courses and Orientation Courses are conducted by Academic Staff Colleges at various places in the country, to participate in these courses is mandatory for being promoted to Higher Scales. Seminars, Extension Lectures Science Quiz, Quiz Contests in other subjects, Debates and Declamations, Science Exhibition, Participation in State Level Essay Writing Competitions etc. are the regular academic activities for the students, which are conducted by this college throughout the session. Students are encouraged to participate in these activities to develop their attitude towards the subject concerned.

(B) Extra Curricular Activities

(i) 300 Students are enrolled under National Service Scheme Programme In Three NSS Units Every Year for rendering Social Services to the society under the supervision of Programme Officers. Under this Programme regular activities are held throughout the year and students are encouraged to be Socially Responsible.

(ii) 320 Students of the college are enrolled every year in NSS Programme in Two NCC Units (One for Boys and another for Girls) under the supervision of an NCC Officers. They are trained in Military Activities, Mountaineering, Fire Fighting, and River Rafting etc.

(C) Sports

Sports activities are held throughout the year under the supervision of Lecturer in Physical Education/Professor In charge. The college has facility of Cricket, Foot Ball, Hockey, Badminton, Lawn Tennis, Table Tennis, Volley Ball, Basket Ball, Archery and Track Events. Students participate in Inter College, University Level, Inter University Level, State Level and National Level Competitions.

(D) Cultural Activities

Students of this college are encouraged to participate in One Act Play, Group Dance, Group Song, Mimicry, Classic Dance, Western Song, Poetic Recitation etc. at Zonal and Inter Zonal Level under the guidance of Directors. These activities are socially based and community oriented.

(E) Writing Skills

College produces a Magazine Every Year in which the articles written by students and Teachers are published. This improves the academic calibre and writing skills of the students.

(F) Career Guidance

Students enrolled in this college find an opportunity for getting their placements through Career Guidance imparted by Learned Educationists, Technocrats, Beaurocrats and other important dignitaries from the society.

(G) EDUSAT

The college has the facility of EDUSAT, to provide education to the students of different classes in various subjects through the Settlite from this session by the Government of Haryana. A separate well furnished room has already been established for the EDUSAT. The time table of the same has been intimated by the Higher Education Commissioner, Haryana, Chandigarh. As per the timetable the students of the different classes are attending their lectures through EDUSAT at stipulated time daily.

4.

Achievements

The college has traversed a long journey upholding its objectives of providing quality education in diversified disciplines. It has alumni association comprising technocrats, Beaurocrats, reputed teachers, doctors, engineers, scientists of repute, bank officers chartered accountants and so on. The college has produced IAS Officers, IPS Officers, IRS Officers, IFS Officers, HCS Officers, Geologists, Military Officers, Excise and Taxation Officers, Haryana Police Services Officers, Customs Officers, District Food and Supplies Controllers, Deputy Commissioner (Police), Assistant Commissioner (Police), Principals of Degree Colleges etc. etc. who are serving in the society at various places. This is the only institution in Haryana that has facility of Post Graduate Studies in the subject of Geology and the students of this institution after passing M.Sc. Geology are well placed in organizations like Oil and Natural Gas Commission, Geological Survey of India, Ground Water Cell and the Department of Mining and Geology.

5.

Courses offered

The college provides education in Arts (English, Hindi, History, Geography, Defence Studies, Mathematics, Sociology, Sanskrit, Political Science, Economics Subjects), Science (Medical & Non Medical)(Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, Botany, Geology and Mathematics) and Commerce (All Commerce Subjects approved by the University) facilities to Under-graduate students and English, Geography and Geology to Post-Graduates students. BBA and BCA Classes has also been stated in this college  form a long time. M.Sc Computer Science have been admitted in this college in the current session 2014-2015 and M.Sc. Math, M.Sc Geology, M.Sc. Zoology, M.Sc. Botany,M.Sc. Chemistry, M.Com, M.A. English, M.A. Geography  Subjects are running form long time. The curriculum of these classes in various subjects is designed and decided by Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak comprising a Penel of Subject Experts, Senior Most Educationists and the Members of Board of Studies in accordance with the guidelines of University Grants Commission.

6.

Instructions

Ours is a College under the Administrative Control of Haryana Government. Therefore instructions regarding, Admissions, Fees Structure, Examinations, Schedule of Various Events, Release of various grants, Improvement in infrastructure, Scholarships and other welfare schemes for students, Transfers of teaching and non teaching staff, salaries, promotions, punishments etc. all are governed by the Government of Haryana and the Department of Higher Education. The instructions supplied by the Government and by the department of Higher Education are being followed in letter and spirit.

7.

Eligibility Details

Eligibility for admissions to Ist Degree Level i.e. BA/B Sc/B Com is strictly followed as per the guidelines supplied by the Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak. Only those candidates who are eligible for admission in a respective course are considered and separate lists, category wise, are prepared keeping in view the number of seats fixed in a particular course. Eligibility criterion in respect of students passing the examination from a Foreign University is decided by the University. Such cases are referred to the University.

8.

Admission Schedule

Admissions are made in this college as per the instructions of the Higher Education Commissioner, Haryana, Chandigarh and Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak. Admission schedule is prepared by Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak in consultation with Higher Education Commissioner and all rules pertaining to Admissions, dates, reservation criterion, eligibility conditions, late admissions, migration etc. are circulated to the college through the Brochure of the University every year.

No of seats in a particular course/subject is decided and fixed by the Higher Education Commissioner, Haryana, Chandigarh keeping in view the availability of infrastructure and teaching faculty. Admissions are made strictly in accordance with the Merit and following the instructions of the Directorate and Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak.

9.

Fee Details

Annually

Admission Fee-10/-, Identity Card Fund-20/- Magazine Fund-16/-, Building Fund-20/-, Students Aid Fund-5/- Dilapidation Fund-5/-, House Examination Fund-15/-, Radha Krishan Fund-70/-, Health Fund-10/-, Students Union Fund-5/-, Youth Welfare Fund-30/-, Red Cross Fund-12/-, University Examination Fund-400/-, Holiday Home Fund-20/-, Sports Fund-100/-, NSS Fund-10/-, Registration Fund-300/-, Continuation Fund100/-, Development Fund-150/-

Monthly

Tuition Fee-30/-, Science Fund-6/-, Electricity Fund-10/-, Amalgamated Fund-17/- Cycle Fund –2/-

These fees schedule are changed as per the instructions of the Higher Education, Haryana, Chandigarh.

10.

Faculty

The College has Arts, Science and Commerce Faculties up to Undergraduate Level and Geology, English and Geography up to Post-Graduate Level. Besides Principal there are 27 Lecturers in the Teaching Faculty in various subjects of Arts, Science and Commerce. Out of them 16 Lecturers are Ph.Ds., 11 M.Phils and 13 Lecturers are M.A./M.Scs. Among 35 members of the teaching faculty 36 are in Selection Grade, 02-are in Senior Grade and 07 are in Lecturer Grade.

In this college there are 15 members of the non teaching faculty out of them One is Assistant, One Clerk, One Senior Lecture Assistant, One Junior Lecture Assistant, 06 Laboratory Assistants,One Senior Librarian, One Restorer, Three Library Attendants and Eleven Class Four Employees

11. Examination

The College is affiliated to Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak which conducts Annual Examination of B.A./B.Sc./B.Com./M.A./M.Sc. at the end of the session in the month of April/ May . The examination in respect of Distance Education Students are also conducted by Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak Examination of Distance Education normally starts 10 days earlier to the examination of the regular students.

College Holds Monthly Class Tests and Half Yearly Examinations in the Month of December every year. On the basis of which eligibility of students to appear in the Annual Examination is determined.

12. Infrastructure

This institution has 16 Well-Equipped Laboratories in various Science Departments, One Lecture Theatre, One Auditorium, and 12 rooms in New Teaching Block 30 Class Rooms, Double Story Hostel Building which can accommodate 80 students, Double Story Library Building, Community Centre, Canteen Building, Dispensary Block, Hostel Wardens’ and Hostel Superintendents’ Residences, Six Class Four Quarters, Cycle Stand with a capacity of 1000 Cycles/Scooters. The college has also Play Grounds for Volley Ball, Cemented Basket Ball Court, Lawn Tennis Court and Badminton Court, Football Ground, Hockey Ground, Cricket Ground and Paccka 400 Meter 7 Lanes Running Track etc.

13. Library

This institution has a separate Double Story Building for Library in which more than 55000 books are housed pertaining to various subjects, Text Books, Reference Books, Biography and Journals for the use of Undergraduate and Post Graduate students. About a Dozen of daily leading newspapers and Sixteen daily/Quarterly/Monthly Magazines are available in the reading room of the Library for the benefit of the students. In addition to this the college has a separate well-equipped conference room in the library building to hold seminars etc. There are three well-equipped Day Scholar Rooms for the benefit of the students.

14. Contact us

This college has the following telephone No. and Fax No.

01282-251256, 01282-257958, Fax No. 01282-257958

Email:   principal.gcnnl@gmail.com

 

POLYTECHNIC PROFILE

B.K.N. GOVT. POLYTECHNIC          
Phone 01282-250302               
E-mail : tpobkngpnnl(at)yahoo(dot)com      

The institute was established in 1992 because of the untiring efforts of his Holiness late Baba Kheta Nath, a great social worker of this area. In recognition of his services, the institution has been named after him. It is a Govt. institute established under World Bank assisted project. The project cost was Rs. 12 Crore. It was one of the single largest project of the area totally funded by World Bank.

INSTITUTIONAL OBJECTIVES:

Following institutional objectives have been identified for B.K.N.Govt. Polytechnic, Narnaul.

  • Imparting of education and practical training to Technicians at Diploma level so as to develop an integrated personality well adjusted both in society and profession.
  • To involve the faculty in rural development and community services to improve the technical knowledge, employment opportunities and the life style,of rural people through manpower development and transfer of appropriate technologies.

COURSES OFFERED

B.K.N.Govt. Polytechnic , Narnaul at present offers Diploma programmes in the following three emerging disciplines of Engineering with sanctioned intake as indicated against each:

Sr. No. Name of the Course offered Sanctioned Intake
1.
Diploma in Electrical Engg. 40
2.
Diploma in Electronics and Communcation Engg. 40
3.
Diploma in Mechanical Engg. 40
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  Total Intake 120 per year

INFRASTRUCTURE:

The institution has a beautiful campus having civil works costing 9 Crores consisting of Administrative cum Teaching Block, Lab Block , Work Shop Block, NCC Block,canteen and Guest House . Institute has well equipped laboratories for imparting training in all the courses being offered .

A sum of Rs.3 Crores has been spent on Machinery and Equipment in various Labs and Work Shops.

The institute has an independent 11 KV line supplied by SBHVPN. The diesel Generating sets of 62.5 KVA and 50 KVA have been installed in the Campus. This meets the complete requirements of Electrical power in case of Supply faliure.

LIBRARY

A very spacious library is maintained for use by staff and students. It has a separate Book Bank which caters to the needs of Schedule Caste / Schedule Tribes and other Backward class students. Books are loaned to the needy students for the entire semester of their study.

HOSTEL

Hostel accomodation for 270 students has been provided within the Campus. It caters to needs of all the students of the institute.

STAFF RESIDENCES

Well built spacious residences have been provided for the staff. Nearly 90% of the staff resides in the Campus.

CONFERENCE ROOM

A well equipped conference room is being used to hold conferences and seminars.

VEHICLES:           The institute has a Jeep, a tempo traveler and a mini Bus.

DEPARTMENTS

Department of Electrical Engg.

This department offers three year Diploma course in Electrical Engg. The department has well equipped Electrical Machine Lab, Basic Electricity Lab, Electrical Measurement lab and Electrical Work Shop. The Deptt. looks after the Electrical maintenance work of the Institute, Hostel and 11 KVA sub station situated in the Campus.

Department of Mechanical Engg.

This department has well equipped labs like Mechanics of Solid lab having material testing facilities viz. Tensile test , Compressive test, torsion test , hardness tests etc., Thermal and Automobile Engg. Lab, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning lab, Material & Metallurgy Lab.

The Deptt. also possesses well established Work Shop having various shops viz. Carpentery and pattern making Shop, Fitting Shop, Machine Shop having Milling , Drilling , Shaping etc. Machines, Turning Shop, Painting Shop having Compressor and powder coating machine, One Electro Discharge machine, One HMT CNC Lathe, One HMT Vertical machining center, two CNC train master lathe, One HMT CNC machining center in the CNC Shop.

Department of Electronics and Communication Engg.

There are various labs in the institution, the brief description of each lab is as under :

1. Advance Electronics Lab

It has the latest Pentium processor based Computer machines and Electronics learning Softwares, Students design and test the circuits and also make layout of PCB with the help of latest Software packages.

2. Communication Lab

Students get training in the field of fibre optics and microwave communication.

3. Digital and Microprocessor Lab

In this lab training kits on 8 bit , 16 bit and 32 bit microprocessor and different types of interfacing cards are available for training of students.

4. Electronics test and measurement lab

All type of trainer related to the study of transducers and measuring instruments are available for students training .

5. Electronics Work Shop

Students undertake design and fabrication of latest equipment is available in the Shop for testing Electronics components and equipment.

6. Consumer Electronics Lab

In the consumer Electronics Lab there is facility for training for repairing of TV, Audio/Video systems and other Electronic Consumer products.

7. Basic Electronics Lab

The students of Electrical and Electronics & Comm. Engg. disciplines get basic Electronics training with the help of simple training kits.

Department of Applied Sciences

The staff in Applied Sciences deptt. imparts instructions in subjects of Physics , Chemistry, Mathmatics and Communication skills to students of various discipline in first and second semesters.The staff looks after the interest of students completely in the first year of their studies.It provides active support in their overall development by promoting extra curricular activities.

Other Facilities

The following cell/ centres have been developed to improve the quality of students training & their placements:

Training & Placement Cell:

The training and Placement Cell of this institute works for the overall development of the students.

To achieve the above said object the institute give emphasis on the following things:

  • To arrange extension lectures for the students of all the disciplines on the various Technical & non Technical / General topics for their overall personality development.
  • To arrange the Industrial tours of the students of all the disciplines.
  • To arrange the campus interviews for the students of the various branches. Many students have been selected by various industries during campus interviews.
  • One of the main aspects of this cell is about industry institute interaction , which is done by arranging various meetings with the persons having industrial backgrounds.

LRUC:

The institute has well equipped learning resources utilization centre with conference room, Media centre , CTV, VCR, OHP, Punching , Binding , Lamination M/C , Photocopier etc.The media centre has facilities for making slides with computer using Powerpoint .

Students are imparted training by using transparencies on various subjects. Technical Video tapes are shown to students. Teachers with the help of students prepare charts , Graphs and other related aids for use in class / lab.

Computer Centre

The institute has three independent computer centers which are being used by the students and staff of the institution for their training . The center is provided with version 4.01 LAN having 6 nodes. The server is a Pentium server with CDROM Drive .

Systems PII have been provided in Computer center for Electronics and Communication Engg. Deptt. It has also been provided with Fax Modem , Scanner and Internet facility. The students make use of Internet during their training.

In addition to it LRUC of the institution is also provided with a P-II system , Scanner and Desk Jet printer.

Sufficient number of Laser Jet , Desk Jet and Dot Matrix Printers are available in the Center . Facility for CD Writer is also available in the Center.

Community Development Centre

A community development centre sponsored by the ministry of Human Resources Development Govt. of India is running in the institute to cater to the technical needs of the rural populace. CDC is engaged in the technical man power development , transfer of technology and providing Technical services in the villages. About 300 Boys / Girls are presently undergoing training in various trades in six extension centres.

Sports

The sports and athletics have been assigned an important place of in the life of this institute. Sports activities are supervised by the sports President. Our institute entered teams in almost all the games in Inter polytechnic tournament and achieved considerable success.

SFC/SDC

The student fund committee and the student welfare council are the pivotal representative bodies of the students in the institution. These bodies contain representative of brilliant students of different classes and representatives from sports , Hostel , Literary and Academic clubs. Staff members are attached as advisors to these bodies. These bodies hold regular meetings and deliberate upon various welfare measures for the student and make necessary recommendations to the principal. The institution also provide opportunities for the expression and development of artistic talents through extra. curricular clubs.

Current Events

PLANTATION PROGRAMME (TARGET 500 PLANTS)

Academic Events

1. Educational Tour Programme 12.8.02 to 30.8.02 Final Year Students
2. Visit of Academic Evaluation Committee 10-11-02
3. End semester Practical Exam w.e.f. 11.11.02 to 16.11.02
4. End semester theory Exams w.e.f. 23.11.02 to 16.12.02

 

  Government College, Ateli is located in the Narnaul Sub-division of Mahendergarh District of Haryana. It is, infact the only Major rural College with approximatily 3200 Students. It is a Co-educational institution affiliated to the M.D. University, Rohatak. The College has 26 acres of land and Geographically located into rural area. Situated at State Highway 15 (Narnaul – Rewari). The college is well connected with other important places of Haryana.           

  Government College, Ateli came into existence in 1981 for providing access to higher education to rural students at affordable prices. Initially it was named Sanjay College Ateli  and governed by a duly constituted committee as per rules(laid down in Haryana Education code) upto 6th November 1996. The Governing Body runs the college under “Ateli Kshetriya Gramin Vikas & Shiksha Sammiti Ateli. Since its inception the College has been tirelessly contributing to the overall development of the region and has attained phenomenal success.

  On 7th November 1996 it was taken over by the Haryana Govt. It thus become Govt. College  Ateli. It has catered to both levels-UG and PG. The College provides co-education and offers B.A., B.Com, B.Sc., B.C.A., M.A.(English), M.A. (Sanskrit), M.Sc. (Computer Science) and M.Com. The College emphasises equally on co-curricular activities for a harmonious and congruous personality development of the students which includes regular training conferences on health, defence, sports and cultural activities. Every year the College results surpasses the pass percentage of Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak with intermittent placement of our students in University merit lists. Our motto is to live up to the aspirations and ambitions of thousands of students by giving our best assistance in their pursuit of achievement of their ambitions. With God’s grace we will never let them down and their achievement in life permeates the fragrance of our diligence with time. The College has secured a niche in the Government College of the state with a casket full of achievements.

  The more than three decades of successful journey gives the College further scope and energy for continued dynamism in higher education curriculum. The Curriculum is constantly recommended for updating by the University and every new academic programme suggested by the University was planned well. So the institution with a vision to become an “Institution with a Difference”. In the state, is willing to attempt any pioneering effort in its onward journey towards academic excellence. In the present context of 21st century challenges in Indian higher education, the College aspires to strike a balance of inclusiveness with quality enhancement.

Academic Programmes Offered :

U.G.

1.  B.A. with eight optional and two compulsory subjects
2.  B.Com (General)
3.  BCA
4.  B.Sc. (Non-Medical)

P.G.

1.  M.A. in English Literature.
2.  M.A. in Sanskrit.
3. M.com.
4. M.Sc. Computer Science.

 

1.

Activities

College Societies:-

The college maintains a number of societies for the smooth and effective functioning of the different programmes meant for the betterment of students such as English Literary Society, Hindi-Sanskrit Literary Society, Science Literary Society, Economics and Commerce Society, Military Science Society and Women Cell. They organize at regular intervals Debates, Symposiums, Quiz, Speech and Cultural competitions for sharpening the dormant talent as well as to cultivate creative and critical faculty in students. Every student has to join and participate in at least one of the activities.

2.

Cultural Activities:-

Cultural Activities are inevitable with studies. Inter-class, Inter-college, Zonal and Inter-Zonal competitions for singing, dancing, playing music, debates, symposium, Plays etc. are regularly held and students are given ample support and training in the college campus.

3.

N.C.C.:-

Under the supervision of Dr. Neeraj Chauhan the N.C.C. wing of the college registers 160 cadets for their regular training. N.C.C. is supposed to be the third front of our national defence and contributes to the physical and psychological development of the students.

4.

N.S.S. :-

With the sacred aim of serving the nation, the college runs three units of N.S.S. under the supervision of Dr. Sudhir Kumar, Sh. Subhash Chander and Mrs. Sunita Rani. Through N.S.S. an educational awareness programme on various evils such as illiteracy, dowry, child-marriage, drug addiction etc. is undertaken.

5.

Women Cell:-

Women Cell of the college functions under the supervision of Ms. Anju Rani. The cell regularly organizes different activities for empowerment of girls in various fields ranging from domestic to vocational. It aims to spread awareness about health, nutrition, sex discrimination, women education, dowry, female feticide etc.

6.

Sports:-

Sh. Vijay Yadav is presently the in-charge of sports in the college. The department supervises sports activities in the college with motto that a healthy mind lives in a healthy body. Annual athlete meet with many other supporting competitions provides the students multiple opportunities to keep them fit throughout the year. The college promotes sports such as Cricket, Badminton, Basket Ball, Football etc.

7.

Earn While You Learn:-

In compliance with the instructions of Haryana Govt. College runs a scheme for the needy and poor students to earn by working in the college. Each student has to work for six hours in a week and is paid 100 rupees per hour.

8.

Tutorial Group:-

Every student is a member of any one of the tutorial groups in the college. The coordinators of these groups are college teachers who guide and counsel students during the session. In fortnightly meetings the teachers discuss different problems faced by the students and offer solutions to them.

9. Educational Tour:-

The college sends students on an educational tour by providing grant under government provisions. Such tours are very much beneficial for the overall development of students.

10. College Magazine:-

The College facilitates a good platform for the expression of emotions, feeling and ideas of the students in the form of an annually published college magazine-“Girdevi”. The magazine also showcases the yearly achievements and activities of the college. Dr. Rakesh Pathal is the chief Editor of the magazine.

11. AnnualFunction:-

Every year at the end of the session college holds annual function to honour, prize and inspire successful students. It boosts the morale of the students for better performance in the next session.

12. EDUSAT:-

In the EDUSAT hall of the college, the EDUSAT system relays the broadcasted lecturers of eminent scholars for the benefit of students. Dr. Sudhir Kumar is coordinator of EDUSAT in the college.

13. Law Awareness Cell:-

Law/Legal Awareness Cell has been established in this college under the aegis of Haryana Legal Services Authority. This Cell aims to make public aware on different legal issues through awareness of students. Members of this cell actively participate in different cultural, co-cultural activities for legal awareness. The convener of this cell is Dr. Anish Yadav.

Departments in the College & their Faculty Members

Principal: Dr. R.D. Kaushik

Department of Computer Science
1. Sh. Satish Kumar, M.Tech (CSE), M.C.A.
2. Smt. Nirmal Godara, M.Tech., M.Sc.
3. Dr. Vikram Singh M.Sc., Ph.D

Department of English
1. Dr. Rakesh Pathak, M.A., Ph.D.
2. Dr.Aliya Sobi Khan, M.A., Ph.D.
3. Dr. Sudhir Kumar M.A. Ph.D.
4. Dr. Rajesh, M.A.,Ph.D.
5. Sh.Akhilesh Kumar, M.A., M.Phil.
6. Dr. Ishwar Singh, M.A., Ph.D.

Department of Geography
1. Dr. Neeraj Chauhan, M.A., Ph.D.
2. Smt. Anju Rani, M.A.
3. Sh. Subhash Chander, M.A.
4. Smt. Manisha, M.A., M.Phil

Department of Chemistry
1. Mr. Charanjiv Tayal, M.Sc.

Department of Physics
1. Sh. Vijay Yadav, M.Sc.

Department of Commerce
1. Dr.R.D. Kaushik, M.Com,Ph. D.
2. Dr.Anish Yadav, M.Com,M.Phil, Ph.D.
 

Department of Defence Studies
1. Dr. Rajesh Saini, M.A., Ph.D.

Department of Economics
1. Smt. Kavita Rani, M.A.
2. Smt. Savita Nahar, M.A.

Department of Hindi
1. Dr. Yogesh Kumar, M.A., Ph.D
2. Sh. Ramcharan, M.A.,M.Phil.,B.Ed.PGDJMC, Hons in Hindi

Department of History
1. Dr. Deepika Yadav, M.A., Ph.D.

Department of PoliticalScience
1. Smt. Sunita, M.A.

Department of Sanskrit
1. Dr. Seema, M.A., Ph.D
2. Dr. Sanjay Sharma, M.A., Ph.D

Burser
1. Dr. Rajesh Saini

Non Teaching Staff Office:
1. Sh. Mahender Pal Singh, Deputy Superintendent.
2. Sh. Anil Kumar, Assistant.
3. Sh. Mahender Pal, Steno-Typist.
4. Sh. Rakesh Kumar, Clerk.
5. Sh. Balbir Singh, Clerk.

Laboratory Assistant
1. Sh. Bishambhar Dayal, L.A.
2. Sh. Mahender Singh, L.A.
3. Sh. Dharampal, L.A.
4. Sh. Satya Narayan, L.A.
5. Sh. Prahlad Singh, L.A.

IVth Class
1. Smt. Kamlesh, Sweeper

Distance Education B.A.1 B.A.2 B.A.3 B.COM M.A.(ENGLISH) M.A.(Sanskrit)
STUDENT
           

Offered Courses-B.A.,B.Sc.,B.COM,M.A.(English), M.A.(Sanskrit)

RTI CELL:

The Public Information Officer, Govt. College Ateli.

Dr. Rakesh Kumar Pathak

Contact No. 01282-276590.

1st Appellant Authority: Dr. R.D. Kaushik , Ph .01282276590.

2nd Appellant Authority Director General, Higher Education. Haryana PANCHKULA .

Minimum Disclosure Norms for Colleges of Higher Education

(As on 01/05/2015)


1. Name of College: Govt. College Ateli.
2. Address: Narnaul- Rewari Road, Distt. Mohindergarh, Haryana.
3. Website: www.gcateli.in
4. Location: Village
5. Affiliating University: Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak.
6. Year of Establishment: 1981
7. Year of Affiliation: Temporary in and Permanent in
8. Year of Recognition: March, 2003
9. Year of Last Accreditation by NAAC: Rating: C + +
10. Type: Govt Institute
11. Category: Constituent/ Associated/ Affiliated/ Autonomous: Affiliated
12. Courses Offered:-
S. No. Name of Course No. of Seats (2004-15) Level UG PG Diploma
Type FT PT Nature Regular Self Fin. Approx. Annual Fee [in Rs.] Selection Past merit /National test /State test/Univ. Test/ College Test
1.
B.A. 714 UG FT Regular 367/- College Merit
2.
B.Sc.(Non-Med.) 271 UG FT Regular 367/- College Merit
3.
BCA 66 UG FT Regular 367/- College Merit
4.
MA ( Eng.) 66 PG FT Regular 217/- College Merit
5.
M.A (Skt.) 66 PG FT Regular 217/- College Merit
   6. M.Sc. C.S. 66 PG FT Regular   College Merit
   7. M.Com. 66 PG FT Regular   College Merit

13. Enrollment and Examinations Result:-

S. No.
Name of CourseB.A. Year Started
Enrollment (2014-15)
Within State Outside State NRI/ PIO/ Foreign Total
1.
B.A 1981 Yes ----- ----- 1785
2.
B.Com. 1981 Yes ----- ----- 354
3.
B.Sc. 2007 Yes ----- ----- 650
4.
B.C.A. 2009 Yes ----- ----- 150
5.
M.A. Eng. 2009 Yes ----- ----- 52
6.
M.A. Skt. 2007 Yes ----- ----- 103

7.

M.Sc. Comp. Sc. 2014 Yes ----- ----- 36

8.

M.Com. 2014 Yes ----- ----- 63

14. Profile of Teaching Staff:-

S. No.
Name of Faculty Year Joined Designation Highest
Qualification
No of Publications
Books Nat. Journal Int. Journal Sem. & Conf
1.
Dr. R.D. Kaushik 07-11-1966 Asso. Professor M.Com. Ph.D. 1 Nil Nil 05
2.
Dr. Rajesh Saini 24-07-2003 Asstt.. Professor M.A. Ph.D. NET Nil Nil Nil 06
3.
Smt. Kavita Rani 25-08-2004 Asstt.Professor M.A. NET Nil Nil Nil 07
4.
Sh. Satish Kumar 11-07-2006 Asstt. Professor M.Tech. M.C.A 02 04 02 10
5.
Dr. Rakesh Kumar Pathak 17-07-2006 Asstt. Professor M.A., Ph.D. (SELT) Nil 04 Nil 12
6. Dr. Seema 01-09-2014 Asstt. Professor M.A., Ph.D.NET, Nil Nil Nil Nil
7. Dr. Yogesh Kumar 22-12-2011 Asstt. Professor M.A., NET, Ph.D. Nil Nil 01 03
8. Dr. Neeraj Chauhan 19-07-2006 Asstt. Professor M.A.,NET, Ph.D. Nil 01 01 10
9. Sh. Charanjiv Tayal 10-12-2011 Asstt. Professor M.Sc., NET Nil Nil Nil Nil
10. Dr. Rajesh Kumar 03-03-2012 Asstt. Professor M.Sc., M.Phil, Ph.D. Nil Nil Nil 04
11. Dr. Sudhir Kumar 03-03-2012 Asstt. Professor M.A., Ph.D. Nil Nil Nil 04
12. Sh. Subhash Chander 12-12-2011 Asstt. Professor M.A., M.Phil, NET Nil Nil Nil 07
13. Smt. Nirmal Godara 11-07-2006 Asstt. Professor M.Sc. M.Tech Nil Nil Nil 03
14. Dr. Anish Yadav 09-02-2012 Asstt. Professor M.Com.,M.Phil, NET, Ph.D. Nil 01 Nil 06
15. Sh. Vijay Yadav 01-05-2012 Asstt. Professor M.Sc., NET. Nil Nil Nil Nil
16. Dr. Vikram Singh 05-05-2012 Asstt. Professor M.C.A., Ph.D. Nil 01 Nil Nil
17. Smt. Manisha Rani 19-01-2012 Asstt. Professor M.A., M.Phil, NET. Nil Nil Nil 03
18. Dr. Aliya Sobi Khan 31-01-2012 Asstt. Professor M.A. Ph.D. Nil 03 01 09
19. Dr. Sanjay Sharma 01-09-2014 Asstt. Professor M.A.(Acharya) Ph.D. Nil Nil Nil Nil
20. Smt. Sunita Rani 01-09-2014 Asstt. Professor M.Phil., Ph.D. Nil Nil Nil Nil

21.

Smt.Anju Rani 14-07-2006 Asstt. Professor M.A., NET. Nil Nil Nil 07
22. Dr. Ishwar Singh 01-09-2014 Asstt. Professor M.Phil, Ph.D. Nil Nil Nil Nil
23. Dr. Deepika 01-09-2014 Asstt. Professor M.A. Ph.D. Nil Nil Nil Nil
24. Smt. Savita Nahar 01-09-2014 Asstt. Professor M.A. NET Nil Nil Nil Nil
25. Sh. Ram Charan 20-03-2015 Asstt. Professor M.A. M.Phil 02 Nil Nil Nil
26. Sh. Akhilesh Kumar 16-03-2015 Asstt. Professor M.A. M.Phil Nil 01 01 04
15. Physical Facilities and Infrastructure:-
LAND AND BUILDING
Land area in acres 26
Built up area 18
Playground/ Sports/ Games Area 08
TEACHING/LEARNING
Number of Class Rooms 22
Number of Tutorial Rooms Nil
Number of Laboratories 07
Number of Seminar Rooms 01
Number of Conference Rooms 01
Number of Committee Rooms Nil
HOSTEL
Number of Seats in Boys Hostel Nil
Number of Seats in Girls Hostel Nil
LIBRARY
Seating Capacity of Library Reading Room 45 Seats
Number of Books in Library 23761
Number of Journals/Periodicals Subscribed Nil
Number of Multimedia Literature Nil
ICT INFRASTRUCTURE
Number of PCs in Computer Centre 108
Number of P-IV or Higher PCs 108
Number of LAN Terminals 75
WI- FI Connectivity Nil
Type and Speed of Internet Connectivity BSNL Broadband 100 kbps
TEACHING TOOLS/ AIDS
Number of Televisions 01
Number of OHPs 01
Number of LCDs 02
Number of VCP/VCR Nil
OTHERS
Auditorium Nil
Gymnasium Yes
Indoor games Table Tennis, Carom Board
Sports facilities Yes
Number of Houses for Teachers Nil
Number of Rooms in Guest House Nil
Number of Common Room for Students 02
Number of Health Centre / Medical Centre Yes
Number of Cubicles/ Rooms for Teachers 13
Common Room for Teachers 02
Canteen for Students 01 (Under Construction)
Transport Facility for Students No
 
District Institute of Education & Training, Mahendragarh
Estd: 1993
Sr. No.
Section
1.

History of DIET

DIET s were established according to the provisions of NPE-1986 to provide academic and resource support at the grass root level  for the success of the various strategy and programs being undertaken in the area of elementary and adult education.  In 1993, the eleven DIETs were established in Haryana state among them Mahendergarh is one.   DIETs are a part of large strategy to achieve national goals in the areas of elementary and adult education according to the needs of individual state and districts.

DIET Mahendergarh was established in 1993. Initially it was established at the Girls ITI near the bus stand Mahendergarh. It was shifted to this new building in 1995.  DIET Mahendergarh is situated at Mahendergarh – Dulana   Raod at a distance  of 3.00 Km.  from bus-stand. Mahendergarh which was previously known as “ KANOD” is situated on  Rewari - Bikaner railway line.  The DIET Campus is situated on the bank of “ DOHAN “river. The place is full of greenery and attached to the pious place “ MOD ASHRAM”  and “ BUCHIAWALI GAUSHALA” that deserve attention.

2.

General Information

Address for communication:- 

Dulana Road  Mahendergarh  

P.O. Mahendragarh, Distt. Mahendragarh                                               

Pin-code: 123029

Tel-phone   01285220738

E-mail. principaldietmgarh@rediffmail.com

Web:   www.dietmahendragarh.in

Year of Establishment and functioning: - 1993 

 

3.

Aims and objectives

1. To conduct pre-service and In-service training programs for pre-school and elementary teachers.

2. To provide academic and resource supports to govt.schools in district.

3. To organize specially designed courses for Headmasters, Principals, Officers of education department, community leaders.

4.  To conduct various types of researches such as action research and other experimental and evaluation programs in education.

5. To conduct ICT trainings for BRPs, BRCs, ABRCs and other language teachers

4.

Infrastructural Facilities

·        Land:-  The campus of the DIET Mahendergarh is spread over an area of 10 acres of land.

     Building:-  The building of  DIET Mahendergarh is that of a box type structure comprising of a library Hall, an edusat room,  virtual class room,  science lab, computer lab, an art room, DRU room, staff room, Principal’s office, ministerial  office room,  and  6 class rooms.  There is an auditorium with a seating capacity of 400 persons.  There is also a girl’s hostel with boarding capacity 60 girls’ pupil teachers.  There is a Principal residence and Chaukidar residence also. The campus is under the surveillance of CCTV- camera.  The drinking water and sanitation facilities are well maintained.

 

5.

Intake seats

D.Ed. - 1st year    = 150

D.Ed. - 2nd Year     = 150

6.

Human Resources

Post

Sanctioned post

Filled posts

Vacant post

Academic

 

 

 

Principal

1

1

0

Sr. lectures

7

5

2

Lecturers

18

13

5

Other staff

 

 

 

Junior librarian

1

0

1

Accountant / clerical staff

13

8

5

classIV employees

6

6

0

Lab Assistant

1

1

0

7.

Organisational Structure

 The following seven units are working for smooth functioning of DIET

1       PSTE (Pre-Service Teacher Education ) 

2       IFIC (In-Service Programme Field Interaction and Innovation Coordination )

3       ET (Education Technology )

4       WE (Work Experience )

5       CMDE (Curriculum  and Material Development & Evaluation )

6       DRU ( District Resource Unit )

7       P& M ( Planning & Management )

8. PSTE (Pre-Service Teacher Education)

1.     Distribution of academic work.

2.     Material Development & Research.

3.     Learner Oriented Education.

4.     Personality Development.

5.     Expansion of Cultural Values.

6.    Psychology counselling & guidance for schools and the members of Adult Education. Education to the Differently abled  students. Maintenance of Science Laboratory, Psychology Laboratory, Classroom and Materials for the Students, Art Education, Teaching Materials and Facilities for the Sports and Physical Education etc.

9. IFIC (In-Service-Programme Field Interaction and Innovation Coordination)

1.     Coordination with Educational Institutions of the whole district in organizing and direction of program during In-Service Education.

2.    Conducting program organized by DIET. Preparing Annual Time-Table and list of Training Program.

3.    Evaluating the quality and effectiveness of the Programmes of In-Service, look after and improving them which are organized inside or outside the DIET. Conducting activities through correspondence, visits and  distribution of printed materials etc. Working as Head Centre in the research and field interaction. Publishing Regular Newsletter and distribution to every primary school of the district.

4  Elementary Heads  training for school leadership

5  Capacity building  training  of SMC for effective participation in school activities.

6 Monitoring & Mentoring of Learning Enhancement Programme (LEP) at Elementary level.

10. DRU (District Resource Unit)

1.    Organizing and conducting the program for the members of Adult Education and Non-Schooling Education.

2.     Preparing syllabus for Adult Education and Non-schooling Education.

3.     Preparing Teaching-Learning Material after Basic Education (Buniyadi Shikshan) and basic mathematics.

4.     Preparing Low-cost materials and Evaluation Materials.

5.     Coordination with concerned institutes and carry out the activities accordingly.

6.     Providing services as a Head Department for the programmes of Adult Education, Conducting Field-Interaction with the Adult Education and Non-Schooling Education Centers and their Projects.

7.      Collecting various data  of  Govt. schools in the districts,  sex ratio, population, literacy ratio, etc

8.      Organize youth parliament in the district.

11. CMDE (Curriculum and Material Development)

1. Up grading of syllabus.

2. Searching new talents, principles, motivators for the Evaluation, Questionnaire, Diagnostic test & programmes,

3. Supporting District Resource Unit for the development of Adult and Non schooling education.

4. Conducting activities through correspondence, visit, distribution of printed materials etc.

    Monthly Assessment Test (MAT) Analysis by DIET Facality.

12. ET (Education Technology)

1 Developing effective and low cost education materials for the basic education. i.e. Chart, Picture, Samples, Models, Map, Drama Scripts, Songs-jingles etc.

2.   Maintenance of Audio-Visual instruments of DIET.

3.   Organizing demonstrations of the educational materials prepared by diet or any other Institute.

4.   Collections of films.

5.   Organization of Adult Education Programmes.

6.   Management of working schools for developing of  programmes.

7.   Running and maintenance of a Computer and other peripherals.

8.   Computer practical teaching to PSTE students. Teleconference, video Conference and email facility.

9.   Conducting computer awareness programmes for selected primary teachers, CRC co-ordinators, BRC co-ordinators of district.

10. Conduct MSMP in various schools in the District.

11. Cyber safety programs in schools.

12. Operation of smart classroom.

13. WE (Work Experience)

 1. The Teaching -Learning Material, Low-Cost Material, Evaluation Material and Techniques concerning the activities and Programmes of Pre-service and In-service Teachers.

2.   In-service Training Programmes.

3.   Maintenance of the campus.

4.   Monitoring and directing the activities of development.

Maintaining work places/farms/parks for work-experience activities

14. P&M (Planning and Management)

1.     Universalisation of Primary Education.

2.   Achieving aims of National Education Literacy Programmes.

3.  Obtaining detailed information about the persons getting Adult Education. Understanding and involving  people in the process of "Basic education”

4.     Setting the Standards, Limitations and development of techniques for the evaluation of District Institutions.

5.     Conducting Studies and Researches for the areas of district which are educationally backward.

6.     Leadership, Motivation, team work, Educational administration, Financial Management and Account.

7.     Co-ordination of programmes of various branches.

8.     Providing information concerning Planning and Management.

9.     Preparing reviews of the Yearly and Five-yearly institutional programmes of DIET and Self-Evaluation.

10.  Survey of mid-day meals

11. Collection of data of primary,  Middle, High, and senior schools in the District.

 
 
 
 
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