• Affiliated to H.N.B. Garhwal Central University, Srinagar, Garhwal, Uttarakhand (NAAC Accredited A Grade University)
  • Approved by Govt. of Uttarakhand, Indian Association of Physiotherapists (IAP) and National Council for Teachers Education (NCTE)
  • Recognized by UGC u/s. 2(f) and recognized as a Local Chapter for NPTEL activities by IIT Madras
  • Attached with 200 bedded Multi Speciality Hospitals in Dehradun, namely Dolphin Jan Kalyan Multi Specialty Hospital and Synergy Institute of Medical Sciences
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SNo.DOC_IDDEFINITION
1
Ext. 2.2
Reservation Policy in Admissions. --Official link
2
Ext. 3.2A
Extended Profile Sanction letter (2018-19).
3
Ext. 3.2B
Extended Profile Sanction letter (2017-18).
4
Ext. 3.2C
Extended Profile Sanction letter (2016-17).
5
Ext. 3.2D
Extended Profile Sanction letter (2015-16).
6
Ext. 3.2E
Extended Profile Sanction letter (2014-15).
SNo.   Documents 

1Criterion 1Curicular Aspects 
Key Indicator 1.1 Curricular Planning and Implementation.
1.1.3
Teachers of the Institution participate in following activities related to curriculum development and assessment of the affiliating University and/are represented on the following academic bodies during the last five years :
1.1.3AList of faculty participated in curricular activities 2014-15.
1.1.3BList of faculty participated in curricular activities 2015-16.
1.1.3CList of faculty participated in curricular activities 2016-17.
1.1.3DList of faculty participated in curricular activities 2017-18.
1.1.3EList of faculty participated in curricular activities 2018-19.
Key Indicator 1.2 Academic Flexibility.
1.2.1
Number of Programmes in which CBCS/ Elective course system implemented :
1.2.1AMinutes 3rd Academic Council meeting HNBGU_highlighted text.
1.2.1BLetter Registrar HNBGU implementing semester system.
1.2.1CIntroduction of AECC and CC courses in UG Programs under CBCS.
1.2.1DMinutes 6th Academic Council meeting.
1.2.1EConduct of tests in UG programs under CBCS.
1.2.1FRevised CBCS Syllabus for all programs in College (2015-16 onwards).
1.2.1GAcademic Ordinance Affiliating university_CBCS.
1.2.2
How many Add on /Certificate programs are added within the last 5 years :
1.2.2AAdd on course EDP_2014.
1.2.2B Add on course EDP_2016A.
1.2.2CAdd on course Plant Tissue Culture_2016B.
1.2.2DAdd on course EDP_2017.
1.2.2EAdd on course EDP_2018.
1.2.3
Number of students enrolled in subject related Certificate or Add-on programs year wise during last five years :
1.2.3A Students enrolled in EDP_ 2014.
1.2.3B Students enrolled in add-on course_ 2016A.
1.2.3C Students enrolled in add-on course_ 2016B.
1.2.3DStudents enrolled in add-on course_ 2017.
1.2.3EEDP on Food processing_April 2018.
1.2.3FStudents enrolled in add-on course _2018.
Key Indicator 1.3 Curriculum Enrcihment
1.3.2
Number of courses that include experiential learning through project work/field work/internship year wise during last five years :
1.3.2AList of courses.
QLM - 2.3.1B
Class time tables alotting dissertation work (2018-19).
QLM - 2.3.1C
List of Programme having Dissertation.
QLM - 2.3.1D
Work experience protocols.
QLM - 2.3.1F
Field cum Institutional Visits of Students of Forestry, DoF, DIBNS [ 2018-2019].
QLM - 2.3.1G
List of students underwenr Industrial training (2018-19).
QLM - 2.3.1H
Clinical postings (2018-19).
1.3.3
Number of students undertaking project work/field work / internships :
1.3.3ASample titles of dissertation M.Sc. Zoology.
1.3.3BSample dissertation completion certificate.
1.3.3CSample certificates for RAWE and fieldwork.
1.3.3DSample certificates for completing internships.
1.3.3E Pictures of fieldwork.
Key Indicator 1.4 Feedback System.
1.4.1
Institution obtains feedback on the syllabus and its transaction at the institution from the following stakeholders :
1.4.1ASome feedback forms from alumni.
1.4.1B Some feedback forms from employers.
1.4.1C Some feedback forms from faculty.
1.4.1D Some student feedback on curriculum sample.
1.4.2
Feedback process classification :
1.4.2A
Feedback process of the Institution .
QLM - 2.2.1CCorrective measures based on Feed back forms (2018-19).
2Criteria 2Teaching- Learning and Evaluation 
Key Indicator 2.1 Students enrollment and profile.
2.1.1
Average Enrolment percentage (Average of last five years) :
2.1.1AAffiliation letters from University along with number of program wise seats.
2.1.2
Average percentage of seats filled against seats reserved for various categories (SC, ST, OBC, Divyangjan, etc. as per applicable reservation policy) during the last five years :
2.1.2A Category wise list of students (2014-15).
2.1.2B Category wise list of students (2015-16).
2.1.2C Category wise list of students (2016-17).
2.1.2D Category wise list of students (2017-18).
2.1.2E Category wise list of students (2018-19).
Key Indicator 2.3 Teaching- Learning Process.
2.3.3
Ratio of mentor to students for academic and other related issues (Data for the latest completed academic year ) :
2.3.3ACirculars pertaining to the assigning mentors to mentees.
2.3.3BMentor-mentees summary 2018-19_3 March.
2.3.3C Issues raised and resolved under mentor-mentee system.
2.3.3DYear wise number of teachers enrolled & full time teachers on roll.
QlM - 2.2.1CStudent wise academic performance analysis on student ERP portal.
Key Indicator 2.4 Teacher Profile and Quality.
2.4.1
Average percentage of full time teachers against sanctioned posts during the last five years :
2.4.1A
List of full time teachers against sanction posts (2014-15 to 2018-19).
2.4.1B List of additional posts and faculty between 2014-15 to 2018-19.
2.4.2
Average percentage of full time teachers with Ph. D. / D.M. / M.Ch. / D.N.B Superspeciality / D.Sc. / D.Litt. during the last five years (consider only highest degree for count) :
2.4.2A Full time teachers with Ph.D. etc during the last five years.
2.4.3
Average teaching experience of full time teachers in the same institution (Data for the latest completed academic year in number of years) :
2.4.3A List of teachers with experience in same institue.
Key Indicator 2.6 Student Performance and Learning Outcomes.
2.6.3
Average pass percentage of Students during last five years :
2.6.3ACertified report from controller examination 1-Feb-2021
Key Indicator 2.7 Student Satisfaction Survey.
3Criteria 3Research, Innovations and Extension  
Key Indicator 3.1 Resource Mobilization for Research.
3.1.1
Grants from Government and non-governmental agencies for research projects, endowment, Chair in the institution during the last five year (INR in Lakhs) :
3.1.1AGrants received for projects from Government and Non-Government.
3.1.2
Percentage of teachers recognized as research guides(latest completed year) :
3.1.2APercentage of teachers recognized as research guides.
3.1.3
Percentage of departments having Research projects funded by government and non-government agencies during the last five years :
QnM - 3.1.1AGrants received for projects from Government and Non-Government.
Key Indicator 3.2 Innovation Ecosystem.
3.2.2
Number of workshops/seminars conducted on Research Methodology, Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and entrepreneurship during the last five years :
3.2.2ANumber of workshops conducted on Research Methodology, IPR.
QlM - 2.3.2AFDP on ICT.
Key Indicator 3.3 Research Publication and Awards.
3.3.1
Number of Ph.Ds registered per eligible teacher within last five years :
QnM - 2.4.2A Full time teachers with Ph.D. etc during the last five years.
3.3.2
Number of research papers in the Journals notified on UGC website during the last five years :
3.3.2ATitle page sample Research papers.
3.3.3
Number of books and chapters in edited volumes/books published and papers in national/ international conference proceedings year wise during last five years :
3.3.3ATitle page sample Books & chapters in edited volume, books, proceedings.
Key Indicator 3.4 Extension Activities.
3.4.2
Number of awards and recognition received for extension activities from Government/ Government recognized bodies year wise during the last five years :
3.4.2AAwards and recognitions extension activities.
3.4.3
Number of extension and outreached Programmes conducted in collaboration with industry, community and Non-Government Organizations through NSS/NCC/Red Cross/YRC etc., during the last five years :
3.4.3AExtension and outreached Programmes conducted by NCC etc.
3.4.3BExtension and outreached Programmes conducted by DSWC.
3.4.3CPhysio camps.
QlM - 3.4.1A List of Physio camps.
QlM - 3.4.1B Some Pamphlets Physio camps.
QlM - 3.4.1C Physio camps photographs.
QlM - 3.4.1E Blood donation camps.
QlM - 3.4.1G Photos HVCO activities.
QlM - 7.1.1D Annual gender sensitization action plan DIBNS.
QlM - 7.1.1F Vocational training for women.
QlM - 7.1.8BList of Inclusive activities.
QlM - 7.1.9AEvents to commemorate constitutional obligations.
QlM - 7.1.11BAnnual report commemorative events.
3.4.4
Average percentage of Students participating in extension activities at 3.4.3 above year wise during last five years :
3.4.4AList of students completed the vocational training.
QlM - 3.4.1A List of Physio camps.
QlM - 3.4.1DHealth centers.
QlM - 3.4.1E Blood donation camps.
QlM - 3.4.1F List HVCO activities between 2014-2019.
QlM - 7.1.1EList of gender sensitivity activities.
QlM - 7.1.1HSeminar Women empowerment.
QlM - 7.1.8BList of Inclusive activities.
QlM - 7.1.3Gcampaign against single use plastic.
Key Indicator 3.5 Collaboration.
3.5.1
Number of Collaborative activities for research, Faculty exchange, student exchange/ internship year wise during the last five years :
3.5.1ASome Collaborative activities for research, Faculty exchange.
3.5.1BCollaborative project with PSCST.
3.5.2
Number of functional MoUs with Institutions of national, international importance, other universities, industries, corporate houses etc. year wise during the last five years :
4Criteria 4Infrastructure and Learning Resources  
Key Indicator 4.1 Physical Facilities.
4.1.3
Percentage of classrooms and seminar halls with ICT-enabled facilities such as smart class, LMS, etc. :
4.1.3AICT facilities.
QlM - 2.3.2BICT based classroom teaching and learning.
QlM - 2.3.2CApplication of ERP System in teaching and learning.
QlM - 2.3.2DLink to youtube for live lectures.
QlM - 2.3.2FICT enabled Library updated 24th Feb.
QlM - 2.3.2GICT enabled Dolphin learning app.
QlM - 2.3.2HDepartmental whatsapp groups.
QlM - 4.2.1AAutomated library.
QlM - 4.3.1B LMS.
QlM - 4.3.1C IT server room.
4.1.4
Average percentageExpenditure for infrastructure augmentation, excluding salary year wise during last five years (INR in Lakhs) :
4.1.4A Infrastructure Augmentation excluding Salary.
4.1.4B Total Expenditure Excluding Salary.
Key Indicator 4.2 Library as a learning Resource.
4.2.2
The institution has subscription for the e-resources :
QnM - 4.2.3A Average annual expenditure for purchase of books and periodicals.
QnM - 4.2.3B Average annual expenditure for subscription.
QnM - 4.2.3CN-LIST membership 2016-17 to 2019-20.
QlM - 4.1.1FLibrary facilities.
4.2.3
Average Annual expenditure of purchase of books/e-books and subscription to journals year wise during last five years (INR in Lakhs) :
4.2.3A Average annual expenditure for purchase of books and periodicals.
4.2.3B Average annual expenditure for subscription.
4.2.3CN-LIST membership 2016-17 to 2019-20.
4.2.4
Percentage per day usage of library by teachers and :
4.2.4A Faculty visit (Footfalls for 5 days) (1).
4.2.4B Students Visit ( Footfalls for 5 days) (1).
4.2.4CLast page of Library accession Reguster on 30.06.2019.
Key Indicator 4.3 IT Infrastructure.
4.3.2
Student-Computer ratio (Data for the latest completed academic year) :
4.3.2ABills for the purchase of computers.
4.3.2BCopy of stock register.
4.3.3
Bandwidth of internet connection in the Institute :
4.3.3ABills of Internet connection.
4.3.3BAgreement with service provider.
Key Indicator 4.4 Maintenance of Campus Infrastructure.
4.4.1
Average percentage ofExpenditure incurred on maintenance of infrastructure (physical facilities and academic support facilities) excluding salary component year wise during the last five years (INR in lakhs) :
4.4.1A Consolidated expenditure on maintenance of infrastructure.
4.4.1BCopies of the audited accounts of expenditure on maintenance of infrastructure.
5Criteria 5Student Support and Progression  
Key Indicator 5.1 Student Support.
5.1.1
Average percentage of students benefited by scholarships and freeships provided by the Government year wise during last five years :
5.1.1A Year wise list of students recipient of Govt. Scholarship.
5.1.1B Year wise combined list of students published by different states.
5.1.2
Average percentage of students benefited by scholarships, freeships, etc provided by the institution / non-government agencies year wise during last five years :
5.1.2ANorms Institutional scholarships.
5.1.2BYear wise list students recipient of Institutional scholarships
5.1.3
Capacity building and skills enhancement initiatives taken by the institution :
QnM - 5.1.4AStudents benefited by career counselling.
QnM - 3.4.4AList of students completed the vocational training.
QlM - 7.1.8BList of inclusive activities (2014-19).
5.1.4
Average percentage of students benefitted by guidance for competitive examinations and career counseling offered by the institution year wise during last five years :
5.1.4AStudents benefited by career counselling.
5.1.4B Guidance for competitive exams.
QlM - 3.2.1EPatents granted.
QlM - 2.2.1J List of students publications (2014-2019).
QlM - 2.2.1K Local chapter NPTEL.
QlM - 2.2.1L Summary of NPTEL and agMOOCS courses completed.
5.1.5
The Institute has a transparent mechanism for timely redressal of student grievances including sexual harassment and ragging cases :
5.1.5ANational Ragging Prevention Project Compliance and Anti Ragging Committee.
5.1.5C Case Study-Ragging reported in 2018 (2).
5.1.5DMinutes of the meeting.
5.1.5ECase study sexual Harassment.
Key Indicator 5.2 Student Progression.
5.2.1
Average percentage of placement of outgoing students during the last five years :
5.2.1A List of students assisted by placement cell in finding jobs between (2014-15 to 2018-19).
5.2.1B Offers or appointment letters (2014-15).
5.2.1C Offers or appointment letters (2015-16).
5.2.1D Offers or appointment letters (2016-17).
5.2.1E Offers or appointment letters (2017-18).
5.2.1F Offers or appointment letters (2018-19).
5.2.2
Average percentage of student progressing to higher education :
5.2.2A Sample documents students progression.
5.2.3
Average percentage of students qualifying in state / national/ international level examination (eg: JAM/NET/SLET/GATE/GMAT/CAT/GRE/TOEFL Civil Services / State government examinations, etc.) year wise during last five years :
5.2.3AList of students who have cleared Civil services.
5.2.3BList of students who have cleared NET enterance.
5.2.3CList of students who have cleared GATE eaxam.
5.2.3D List of students who have cleared other exams.
5.2.3EList of students who have cleared SLET exam.
5.2.3FList of students who have cleared TOEFL.
5.2.3GList of students appeared in NET/SLET/GATE.
Key Indicator 5.3 Student Participation and Activities.
5.3.1
Number of awards/medals for outstanding performance in sports/cultural activities at university/state/national/international level (award for a team event should be counted as one) during the last five years :
5.3.1A List of award winning students at State and Natioanl level.
5.3.3
Average Number of sports and cultural events/competitions in which students of the institutional participated during last five years :
5.3.3A Certificates of Achievements.
5.3.3B Inter-collegiate Chess championship.
5.3.3C Declared runners-up in drama skit competition
5.3.3D Stood 2nd in kauthig.
5.3.3E Inter-collegiate football tournament.
5.3.3F Inter-collegiate football (M).
5.3.3G Winners football tournament at DIT University.
5.3.3H Runners-up in skit & drama competetion at FRI.
5.3.3I Participating in Kauthig.
5.3.3J hosting ram Niwas memorial Volleyball championship.
5.3.3K Winners various sports activities.
5.3.3L Winners sports activities/
5.3.3M Winners cultural activities.
5.3.3N Nishant garg participating in internation event
Key Indicator 5.4 Alumni Engagement.
5.4.2
Alumni contribution during last five year (INR in Lakhs) : (Optionally chosen to leave).
6Criteria 6Governance, Leadership and Management 
Key Indicator 6.2 Strategy Development and Deployment.
6.2.3
Implementation of e-governance in areas of operation :
6.2.3AGovernance Leadership and Management.
Key Indicator 6.3 Faculty Empowerment Strategies.
6.3.2
Average percentage of teachers provided with financial support to attend conferences/workshops and towards membership fee of professional bodies during the last five years :
6.3.2AAverage percentage of teachers provided with financial support to attend conferences.
6.3.3
Average number of professional development/administrative training programs organized by the institution for teaching and nonteaching staff during the last five years :
6.3.3AAverage number of professional development trainings.
QnN 3.3.2ATitle page sample Research papers.
QlM 2.3.2AFDP on ICT.
6.3.4
Average percentage of teachers attending professional development Programmes viz., Orientation / Induction Programmes, Refresher Course, Short Term Course year wise during the last five years :
6.3.4A Average percentage of teachers undergoing FDP.
Key Indicator 6.4 Financial Management and Resource Mobilization.
6.4.2
Funds/Grants received from non-government bodies, individuals, philanthropers during the last five years (INR in Lakhs)(not covered in criterion III) :(Optionally chosen to leave).
Key Indicator 6.5 Internal Quality Assurance System.
6.5.3
Quality assurance initiatives of the institution include :
6.5.3AQuality assurance initiatives of the institution.
6.5.3BWorkshop-cum-H-o-T on research Methodology.
6.5.3C Workshop social entrep_April-June 2017.
6.5.3DAISHEI survey certificates 2014-15 to 2018-19.
7Criteria 7Institutional Values and Best Practices  
Key Indicator 7.1 Institutional Values and Social Responsibilities.
7.1.2
The Institution has facilities for alternate sources of energy and energy conservation measures :
7.1.2APurchase bill for LED bulbs and tubes.
QLM - 6.2.1F Rebate for installing Solar system
QLM - 6.2.1G Structure Solar power system
QLM - 6.2.1E Example of an activity sucessfully completed
7.1.4
Water conservation facilities available in the Institution :
7.1.4AUnderground water sump of 100000 liters capacity.
7.1.4BMaintenance of water bodies and distribution system in the campus.
7.1.4CBorewell Recharge.
7.1.5
Green campus initiative include :
7.1.5A Restricted Entry of Automobiles.
7.1.5B Landscaping with trees and plants.
QLM - 7.1.3GCampaign against single use plastic.
7.1.6
Quality audits on environment and energy are regularly undertaken by the institution :
7.1.6A Circulars for environment promotional activities.
7.1.6B Environment promotional Activities.
7.1.7
The Institution has disabled-friendly, barrier free environment :
7.1.7A Purchased Agreement of Lift.
QLM - 4.4.2H Lift facility.
7.1.10
The Institution has a prescribed code of conduct for students, teachers, administrators and other staff and conducts periodic programmes in this regard :
7.1.10A Code of Conduct for staff, faculty and students displayed on the website.
7.1.10B Proctorial Board and minutes of the meeting.
7.1.10C Induction Program on Code of Conduct for students.
7.1.10D Code_of_Conduct_Administrative-Staff.
7.1.10E Code-of-conduct-for-Faculty.
7.1.10F Code-of-Conduct for students.
7.1.10G Handbook of Rules & Regulations for students.

SNo.   Documents 

1 Criteria 1Curricular Aspects  
Key Indicator 1.1 Curricular Planning and Implementation.
1.1.1
The institution ensures effective curriculum delivery :
1.1.1A Classrooms, library Etc.
1.1.1B Mode of curriculum delivery_ADD.
1.1.1CTeachers Diary.
1.1.1DFeedback Form Students.
1.1.1ECorrective measures based on Feed back forms (2018-19)_ADD.
1.1.2
The institution adheres to the academic calendar :
1.1.2AAcademic Calendar 2018-19.
1.1.2BInternal evaluation schedule 2017-18.
Key Indicator 1.3 Curriculum Enrichment
1.3.1
Institution integrates Cross Cutting Issues :
1.3.1AList of various cross cutting courses dealt in different programs.
1.3.1B Description courses Cross cutting issues.
2Criteria 2Teaching- Learning and Evaluation 
Key Indicator 2.2 Catering to Student Diversity.
2.2.1
The institution assesses the learning levels of the students :
2.2.1A Mentor-mentee system.
2.2.1B Grading system 2017-19.
2.2.1C Student wise academic performance analysis on student ERP portal.
2.2.1D Corrective measures based on Feed back forms (2018-19).
2.2.1E Providing study material.
2.2.1F Details NET coaching.
2.2.1G Guest lectures between 2014-2019.
2.2.1H Time table M.Sc. with remedial and tutorial classes (2017-19).
2.2.1I University toppers.
2.2.1J List of students publications (2014-2019).
2.2.1K Local chapter NPTEL.
2.2.1L Summary of NPTEL and agMOOCS courses completed.
2.2.1M list of Workshops between 2014-19.
Key Indicator 2.3 Teaching-Learning Process
2.3.1
Student centric methods, such as experiential learning :
2.3.1APrograms with CBCS.
2.3.1B
Class time tables allotting dissertation work (2018-19).
2.3.1C
List of Program having Dissertation.
2.3.1D
Details of project work etc undertaken.
2.3.1E
Work experience protocols.
2.3.1F
Field cum Institutional Visits of Students of Forestry, DoF, DIBNS [ 2018-2019].
2.3.1G
List of students underwent Industrial training (2018-19).
2.3.1H
Clinical postings (2018-19).
2.3.2
Teachers use ICT enabled tools for effective teaching learning :
2.3.2A
FDP on ICT.
2.3.2B
ICT based classroom teaching and learning.
2.3.2C
Application of ERP System in teaching and learning.
2.3.2D
Link to youtube for live lectures.
2.3.2E
E-groups students for study material.
2.3.2F
ICT enabled Library updated 24th Feb.
2.3.2G
ICT enabled Dolphin learning app.
2.3.2H
Departmental whatsapp groups.
Key Indicator 2.5 Evaluation Process and Reforms
2.5.1
Mechanism of internal assessment is transparent :
2.5.1A
Academic Calendar 2018-19.
2.5.1B
Internal evaluation process.
2.5.1C
Internal evaluation criteria.
2.5.1D
Internal evaluation schedule 2017-18 updated 24th Feb.
2.5.1E
Internal evaluation schedule 2017-18.
2.5.1F
Bimonthly progress report generated from ERP System.
2.5.2
Mechanism to deal with internal external examination related grievances :
2.5.2A
Correction in university marks sheet.
2.5.2B
Student's representation to RTI.
Key Indicator 2.6 Student Performance and Learning Outcomes
2.6.1
Program and course outcomes for all Programs :
2.6.1A
Consolidated POs & COs of UG Programes.
2.6.1B
Consolidated POs & COs of PG Programes.
2.6.2
Attainment of Program outcome :
2.6.2A
Internal evaluation process.
2.6.2B
Attainment of Program outcome (F).
2.6.2C
Curriculum M.Sc. MLT.
3Criteria 3Research, Innovations and Extension  
Key Indicator 3.2 Resource Mobilization for Research.
3.2.1
Institution has created an ecosystem for innovations (Revised, 22nd April) :
3.2.1A CDSD Cell, DIBNS.
3.2.1B RAC_DIBNS.
3.2.1C List of guest lectures arranged (2014-2019).
3.2.1D Research projects undertaken, D.Phil awarded in last five years-converted.
3.2.1EPatents granted.
3.2.1FEDP brochures_2018-19.
Key Indicator 3.4 Extension Activities.
3.4.1
Extension activities carried out in the neighbourhood community :
3.4.1A List of Physio camps.
3.4.1B Some Pamphlets Physio camps.
3.4.1C Physio camps photographs.
3.4.1D Health centers.
3.4.1E Blood donation camps.
3.4.1F List HVCO activities between 2014-2019.
3.4.1G Photos HVCO activities.
4Criterion 4Infrastructure and Learning Resources 
Key Indicator 4.1 Physical Facilities.
4.1.1
Institution has adequate infrastructure :
4.1.1A Infrastructure facilities table.
4.1.1B Increase in Fixed assets during preceding five years.
4.1.1C Research facilities in preceding five years.
4.1.1D Classroom, labs and audi.
4.1.1E Table Agriculture Farm.
4.1.1F Library facilities.
4.1.1G Agrifarms etc.
4.1.1H Diagnostic Lab.
4.1.1I Medical and physiotherapy OPD in the College campus.
4.1.1J CTV Monitoring room.
4.1.2
The Institution has adequate facilities for cultural activities, sports :
4.1.2A Sports activities in the College.
4.1.2B Holding camp for women Football team HNBGU.
4.1.2C Gym facilities.
4.1.2D Holding Intercollegiate Football tournament 2017-8.
4.1.2EStudents playing in National & International Sports competitions.
4.1.2F Letter of request for football field.
4.1.2G Adequate facilities for cultural activities.
Key Indicator 4.2 Library as a Learning Resource
4.2.1
Library is automated using Integrated Library Management System :
4.2.1AAutomated library.
4.2.1BStudents issue and return e-records.
Key Indicator 4.3 IT Infrastructure
4.3.1
Institution frequently updates its IT facilities :
4.3.1A ERP System and ICT.
4.3.1B LMS.
4.3.1C IT server room.
Key Indicator 4.4 Maintenance of Campus Infrastructure
4.4.2
There are established systems and procedures for maintaining and utilizing :
4.4.2A Infrastructure management Committees.
4.4.2B Expenditure incurred in Incremental improvement support facilities.
4.4.2C Expenditure incurred in Incremental improvement Library facilities.
4.4.2D Pics some basic support facilities in the College.
4.4.2E Pics Basic amenities.
4.4.2F Fire Fighting system.
4.4.2G Solar Panel.
4.4.2H Lift facility.
4.4.2I Mass transport system.
4.4.2J Library Verification Report 2017.
4.4.2K List of Binding Books and Journals.
4.4.2L Store Issue registers.
4.4.2M Department wise instrument verification.
4.4.2N Proforma Dept. wise furniture verification.
4.4.2O Physical Verification of Furniture & Others in 35 class rooms.
5Criterion 5Student Support and Progression  
Key Indicator 5.3 Student Participation and Activities.
5.3.2
Institution facilitate students participation :
5.3.2A Class representatives.
5.3.2B Dolphin students Council_2018-19.
5.3.2C List of DSW Activities with students participation.
5.3.2D Some HVCO activities by students in different committees.
5.3.2E Students in IQAC_2017-19.
5.3.2F Students in Sports committee 2018-9.
5.3.2G Students in Cultural Committee.
5.3.2H Students in Mess_Committee.
Key Indicator 5.4 Alumni Engagement
5.4.1
There is a registered Alumni Association :
5.4.1A Activities regarding elections, registration etc. alumni association-1.
5.4.1B Activities conducted by College Alumni.
5.4.1C College Alumni meets.
5.4.1D Felicitating alumni.
5.4.1E Distinguished alumni listed in College magazine.
6Criterion 6Governance, Leadership and Management  
Key Indicator 6.1 Institutional Vision and Leadership
6.1.1
The governance of the institution
6.1.1A Vision and Mission of the Institute
6.1.1B Governing body
6.1.1C College Management Committee
6.1.1DOrganisational Structure
6.1.1E Chairman's address on Policy matters
6.1.2
The effective leadership is visible in various institutional practices
6.1.2A Case study participatory management
Key Indicator 6.2 Strategy Development and Deployment
6.2.1
Institutional strategies (02)
6.2.1AInstitutional strategic perspective Plan on Website.
6.2.1BFinal Result (Summary) 14-15 to 18-19.
6.2.1C Introducing Add-on-Courses in the Institute.
6.2.1D Demographic profile of students.
6.2.1E Example of an activity successfully completed.
6.2.1F Rebate for installing Solar system.
6.2.1G Structure Solar power system.
6.2.2
The functioning of institutional bodies
6.2.2Aorganisational Structure
6.2.2B List of Committees
6.2.2C Statutory Committees_Dolphin Institute
6.2.2D Governing body
6.2.2E College Management Committee
6.2.2F Service Rules & Regulations for teaching & non teaching staff
Key Indicator 6.3 Faculty Empowerment Strategies
6.3.1
The institution has effective welfare measures
6.3.1AList Welfare measures.
6.3.1BFinancial incentives for publications
6.3.1C reimbursement of Conference registration fee
6.3.1D Welfare measures cases
6.3.1E Free education to staff children studying in Dolphin College
6.3.1F Maternity leave staff
6.3.1G Free treatment Staff family
6.3.1HInterest free loan for house repair.
6.3.1IFinancial support for Children's marriage
6.3.1J Leave salary advance
6.3.5
Institutions Performance Appraisal System
6.3.5A Self Appraisal Form.
6.3.5B Filled Self Appraisal 2018-19.
Key Indicator 6.4 Financial Management and Resource Mobilization
6.4.1
Institution conducts internal and external financial audits
6.4.1A Audited balance sheet. Financial year : 2014 - 2019.
6.4.1B Table enumerating external audit reports (2014-15 to 2018-19)
6.4.3
Institutional strategies for mobilisation of funds
6.4.3AIncome & expenditure account
Key Indicator 6.5 Internal Quality Assurance System
6.5.1
IQAC has contributed significantly
6.5.1AComposition IQAC 2017
6.5.1B ERP Modules
6.5.1C Local chapter NPTEL
6.5.1D List of students and faculty who have have passed AgMOOCS and NPTEL students (2016-19)
6.5.1E Summary of NPTEL and agMOOCS courses completed
6.5.1F Some Certificates NPTEL-agMOOCS
6.5.1G IQAC supported NAAC workshop
6.5.2
The institution reviews its teaching learning process
6.5.2A Teachers Diary
6.5.2B Online teaching learning process
6.5.2C List of Workshops etc conducted (2014-19)
6.5.2D List of guest lectures delivered (2014-2019)
6.5.2EIQAC supported NAAC workshop
7Criterion 7Institutional Values and Best Practices  
Key Indicator 7.1 Institutional Values and Social Responsibilities.
7.1.1
Measures initiated by the Institution for the promotion of gender equity :
7.1.1A Internal Compliance Committee.
7.1.1B Women empowerment Cell.
7.1.1C Gender diversity of faculty and students.
7.1.1D Annual gender sensitization action plan DIBNS.
7.1.1EList of gender sensitivity activities.
7.1.1F Vocational training for women.
7.1.1G Scholarship scheme for school girl students provided by the College.
7.1.1H Seminar Women empowerment.
7.1.1I Symbolism gender sensitivity.
7.1.3
Facilities for waste management in College (F) :
7.1.3AWaste disposal categories.
7.1.3BWaste disposal containers.
7.1.3CWaste disposal guide chart.
7.1.3DDisposal of non-degradable waste.
7.1.3ECollection methods general waste from campus.
7.1.3F Disposal of Municipal waste.
7.1.3G campaign against single use plastic.
7.1.3HBiomedical waste management.
7.1.8
Describe the Institutional effortsinitiatives in providing an inclusive environment :
7.1.8ADiversity of the students
7.1.8B List of inclusive activities(2014-19).
7.1.8C Cultural dances from different States.
7.1.8D Theme College Annual Fest 'Srijan'.
7.1.9
Sensitization of the students and employees to the constitutional obligations :
7.1.9A List of events to commemorate the constitutional obligations (2014-19).
7.1.9B Symbol of patriotism displayed in college
7.1.9C Unity Day_October 2014.
7.1.11
Institution celebrates organizes national and international commemorative days :
7.1.11A Celebrating teachers day.
7.1.11BAnnual report of commemorative events (2014-19).
Key Indicator 7.2 Best Practices
7.2.1.1
Contemporary method based approach towards quality oriented education :
7.2.1.1AList of Workshops between 2014-19.
7.2.1.1BAcademia-Industry interaction.
7.2.1.1C Brochure of Workshops.
7.2.1.1D Workshop photos1.
7.2.1.2
Academic automation through ERP System (e-Campus) :
7.2.1.2AAdmission module.
7.2.1.2B Fee management.
7.2.1.2C Curriculum Management.
7.2.1.2D Academic monitoring and attendance management.
7.2.1.2ELibrary management.
7.2.1.2F HR and pay roll.
Key Indicator 7.3 Institutional Distinctiveness
7.3.1
Portray the performance of the Institution in one area of distinctive :
7.3.1A HVCO activities between 2014-19.
7.3.1B List of Physio camps between 2014-19.
7.3.1CPhysio camps photographs.
7.3.1D List of Blood donation camps between 2014-19.
7.3.1E Health centers.
7.3.1F Photos HVCO activities.
7.3.1G DSW workshops on HVCO activities.

SNo.DOC_IDDEFINITION
1
1.1Syllabus
2
1.2Prospectus
3
2.1 Admission Report
4
2.2 Seats for reserved category
5
2.3 Outgoing Students
6
3.1 Full time teachers
7
3.2 Sanctioned Posts
8
4.1Classrooms and seminar halls
9
4.2 Total Expenditure
10
4.3 Stock Register & Invoice of Computers
SNo.DOC_IDDEFINITION
1
1.1.3 Nomination letters
21.2.1Syllabus
31.2.2 Summary add on progs
41.2.3 Certificates of students
51.3.2 Syllabus for internship and dissertation project
61.3.3 Certificates of students
71.4.1Feedback sample
81.4.2 Analysis report
92.1.1 Document relating to Sanction of intake and Approved Admission list
102.1.2Copy of letter issued by Govt indicating reserved categories
112.2.2Appointment letters
122.3.3Approved Mentor list for the year 2018-19
132.4.1Sanction letters
142.4.2Doctorate Degree Certificate of 50 Teachers
152.4.3Experience letter
162.6.3Certified Report from controller examination of affiliating University
173.1.1Provide E-copies of the letters of award
183.1.2 Provide E-copies of letters
193.1.3Provide grant award letter of teachers along
203.2.2 Provide detailed report for E-learning programme
213.3.1Ph.D.Degree of Faculties eligible as Ph.D.Supervisor
223.3.3Provide Cover page, content page and first page
233.4.2 Number of awards and recognitions received
243.4.3 Detailed report for (Sponsored the programme organized.
253.4.4Provide Detailed report for (Sponsored the programme organized
263.5.1 Provide E Copies of collaboration
273.5.2 Provide e copies of MoUs with institutions
284.1.3ICT
294.1.4Schedule of Fixed assets with Infrastucture Augmentation
304.2.2 Letter of subscription e journal and N list
31 4.2.3Audited expenditure ststement for purchase of books , periodicals and Subscription
324.2.4Data for online access
334.3.2 Bills for the purchase of computers and stock register
344.4.1Audited Income & Expenditure Physical facilities
355.1.1Sanctioned letter of (Any 50 students) benefitted by Govt Scholarships
365.1.3Capacity Building
375.1.4 Dolphin Students Guidance Scheme
385.1.5 Various Committees
395.2.1Appointment letter
405.2.2 Admission Proof
41 5.2.3Qualifying Certificate
425.3.1 Certificates
43 5.3.3 Report
446.2.3Screen shots of user interfaces of _Administration Finance and Accounts Student Admission and Support Examination
456.3.2 E copy of letters indicating financial assisstance 10.4.21
466.3.3 Provide Event Brochures and reports of _E-learning programme on Entrepreneurship & Communication Skills 10.4.21
476.3.4 Provid E copy of Certificates of the teachers attended FDP 10.4.21
486.5.3Proceedings of meetings of IQAC. Feedback analysis and action taken report.
497.1.6Environment promotion acivities beyond thecampus
507.1.2Alternate sources of energy and energy conservation measures
517.1.4Water conservation facilities
527.1.5Green campus initiatives
537.1.7Disabled-friendly, barrier free environment
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