Criteria 7: INSTITUTIONAL VALUES AND BEST PRACTICES

 


7.1 – Institutional Values and Social Responsibilities


7.1.1 – Measures initiated by the Institution for the promotion of gender equity during the year

Annual gender sensitization action plan: Click here

Specific facilities provided for women: Click here

7.1.2 – The Institution has facilities for alternate sources of energy and energy conservation measures

  1. Solar Energy:- On the roof of college there is installment of Solar panel which having specification of 1 plate 38 volt of voltage with current 8 Ampere & college having total 74 Plates so that  Total Voltage is 900 Volt DC Supply with total current 8 ampere and connected in series. The inverter having 24 KW. .The output Voltage 440 Volt.
  2. Wheeling to the Grid:- College provide 440 Volt Supply & current  56 Ampere to grid.
  3. Street Light: The street light Mounted in college campus having specifications 10 Watt, 12 volt 0.9 Ampere solar plate ratting & Battery 12 Volt 8 Ampere & The light connected to panel is 12 watt. Total 59 LED street Lights in campus.
  4. Use of LED bulbs/ power efficient equipment:-The total Lightning Load is 82.75%. There is 453 LED tube lights.The Total LED lights Load is obtained 11.125KW. & Lightning Load is 13.445 KW.

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7.1.3 – Describe the facilities in the Institution for the management of the following types of degradable and non-degradable waste (within 200 words) Solid waste management Liquid waste management Biomedical waste management E-waste management Waste recycling system Hazardous chemicals and radioactive waste management

Solid Waste Management: In order to manage the solid waste institute took grand initiative to provide the waste of iron & other type of machine waste is given to the workshop or students for implementing their projects related with the course. Other material nut-bolt is also use in project components. The garbage is used for making the composted fertilizers which can provided to plants in the garden.

Liquid Waste Management:- The Liquid waste i.e. mainly the waste water coming from toilet & washrooms has been drained out of the college in the local area sewages. Other type of liquid from the Workshops like oil ,which are used for oiling the machines & other instruments.

E-Waste Management:- This waste included the discarded key boards, CPU &  other equipments. Which take in hardware lab for the knowledge about the internal parts of the system. This E –waste is available in the hardware lab for the basic knowledge & practical knowledge enhancement of the student. Some equipments are reuse for maintenance purpose.

Geotagged Photo of waste Management: Click here

7.1.4 – Water conservation facilities available in the Institution: Rain water harvesting Bore well /Open well recharge Construction of tanks and bunds Waste water recycling Maintenance of water bodies and distribution system in the campus

Rain water Harvesting: Our College having the rain water harvesting facility. Rain water harvesting is a technique of collection and storage of rainwater into natural reservoirs or tanks, or the infiltration of surface water into subsurface aquifers before it is lost as surface run off. Rain water harvesting system was incorporated in the architecture plan and has been installed in the college building right from its inception. The water from roof tops and floors is collected through down pipes and discharged in the ground as well as in recharge pits near bore well through pipe lines in the campus. The system ensures percolation of the rainwater into soil. The water From Harvesting is provided to garden. The water harvesting is created at the back side of the College building.

Geotagged Photo of Rain water harvesting: Click here

7.1.5 – Green campus initiatives include

Geo tagged photos of green campus: Click here

Policy documents / decisions circulated for implementation: Click here

7.1.6 – Quality audits on environment and energy are regularly undertaken by the institution

Green, energy & environment audit reports: Click here

7.1.7 – The Institution has disabled, ecofriendly, barrier free environment Built environment with ramps/lifts for easy access to classrooms

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Details of the Software procured for providing the assistance: Click here

Policy documents and information brochures on the support to be provided: Click here

7.1.8 – Describe the Institutional efforts/initiatives in providing an inclusive environment i.e., tolerance and harmony towards cultural, regional, linguistic, communal socioeconomic and other diversities 

We believe in unity in diversity that’s why our students respect the different religion, Language & cultural. We feel the college is our second home & all faculties likes family members. We greet & wish each other at different festivals & invite them to have a feast get introduced with ones cultural to have amicable relations & to maintain the religious, social, & communal harmony. University also offers the several program like NSS (National Service Scheme) & Cell like Vishakha Committee. Our college also develops some committee for upbringing the social environment in students. In the academic 2020-21 our students also celebrated the different festivals with joy & enthusiasm which help them to implant the social & religious harmony. The organized The programmes on Ganesh Festival, Teachers day, Health Awareness under NSS & toward the culture we celebrate the Holi , Gudipadwa & Makarsankranti Festivals. Our College organized different activities related to cultural, regional, linguistic, communal socio economic  for students to represent our Indian culture , on the eve of our college annual gathering we organize a traditional day and competitions like fashion show. In this competition students wore the different attire representing the different states, religion, & cultures. Through this activity students get acquainted with the different culture of our nation and help to develop the tolerance & harmony as well as peace towards cultural, regional linguistics ,communal socioeconomic and other diversities. This also creates the inclusive environment in the college.

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7.1.9 – Sensitization of students and employees of the Institution to the constitutional obligations: values, rights, duties and responsibilities of citizens

Details of activities that inculcate values; necessary to render students in to responsible citizens: Click here

7.1.10 – The Institution has a prescribed code of conduct for students, teachers, administrators and other staff and conducts periodic programme in this regard

Code of ethics policy document: Click here

Details of the monitoring committee composition and minutes of the committee meeting, number of programmes organized, reports on the various programs: Click here

7.1.11 – Institution celebrates / organizes national and international commemorative days, events and festivals

Geo tagged photographs of some of the events: Click here

Annual report of the celebrations and commemorative events: Click here


7.2 – Best Practices


7.2.1 – Describe two best practices successfully implemented by the Institution as per NAAC format provided in the Manual.

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7.3 – Institutional Distinctiveness


7.3.1 – Portray the performance of the Institution in one area distinctive to its priority and thrust within 200 words

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