Best Practices

Best Practices

EVENT : BEST PRACTICE 5: Teaching Learning Process

Objectives of the Practice:

  • To ensure the completion of syllabus according to the academic calendar of College
  • To encourage teachers to adapt to advance pedagogical methods including ICT adoption in class room teaching
  • To improve pass percentage, average marks in each semester and enhance the number of ranks bagged by the college at the university level examinations
  • To increase the placement of college as quality of students would be improved

The context : Different teachers use different methods to teach in class. They teach at different paces. It was observed that syllabus coverage remains a challenge when there is need of uniformity. The teachers find it difficult to keep pace with the techno – savvy student learners. There was a need of uniformity and standard setting so that everyone is able to meet the objective of best teaching practices. It has become essential for teachers to adopt to the latest pedagogic styles and include ICT in class room teaching. The mismatch between the student learner and the teacher in the use and comfort of handling varieties of tools available for teaching – learning needs to bridged.


The practice :

  • Academic calendar is planned by the respective department under the instructions of I/C Principal
  • Academic calendar is uploaded on the website for information to students, teachers and others.
  • On the basis of that, every faculty prepares the academic planner in the form of course file which is audited by the department head.
  • The heads of different departments monitor the pace of coverage of the syllabus
  • Timely Feedback is obtained from students regarding the content delivery by different teachers.
  • Assignments, tests and evaluation are conducted at scheduled dates to improve performance in the semester – end examinations.
  • Timeline of Assignments, syllabus coverage is monitored by the Head of Department at regular intervals
  • All the class rooms are ICT ready and all the departments adapted their class room teaching with the help of ICT.

Evidence of Success

  • All teachers have adopted modern pedagogic styles and ICT in their classes.
  • Appropriately paced and timely completion of syllabus. On the feedback taken from students regarding syllabus completion
  • Increased attendance in the classes
  • Improvement in results.

Problems encountered and Resources required.

This practice requires a monitoring system which can show the progress and gaps at each point of time. The institute ERP is serving the purpose but it needs upgradations as the time changes.

Documentary evidence for the said Best Practices:

  1. Parents and Students Feedback on Instalments facility provided by the College –
  2. Students Feedback on timely completion of syllabus and satisfaction on delivery of curriculum -


EVENT : BEST PRACTICE 4 : Provided Facility of Additional Installment period for payment of Fees during Pandemic

  • Objectives of the Practice: To reduce financial stress and burden to students and their families in a pandemic period.
  • Context : In the pandemic period Students have undergone various problems of stress- personal, academic, physical, mental and financial.  Understanding the problem of financial crunch that students are facing, the college decided to provide more installment facilities for fee payments. This practice gave emotional, financial stability to students and their family members.
  • The Practice : The number of installment facility was increased by
  • Evidence of Success : Evidence of the success of the practice includes parents and students who were satisfied with the extended help provided by the college. The feedback taken from parents related to financial assistance provided by college , revealed that 23.79 percent said the approach was excellent and  52.93 percent expressed that the  college gave a good approach towards fee payment in installments.
  • Problems Encountered and Resources Required : This practice requires committed non teaching staff  and upgraded software to maintain the fee record of the students coming in installments.

    EVENT : BEST PRACTICE 3: National level  quiz on Learn more about covid 19

    With the mission of the institution of community service, the college continues its best practice of lending it's hands in community development.

    Amid covid 19, College organised an online National level  quiz on Learn more about covid 19
    The quiz was based on creating awareness to the civilians about preventive measures against novel corono. 
    The quiz was played from Friday 1st May 2020 to Tuesday 5th May 2020
    The beneficiaries of this activity were : The Students and Teachers and other citizens: total number of beneficiaries were 836  
    Outside Maharashtra: 240 and within Maharashtra were : 596
    Learning outcome.
    1. The aim of this QUIZ is to provide the knowledge to the society so that they play a proactive role in local efforts to reduce the impact of this pandemic.
    2. It helps in Understanding Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and have an exploration of the history, clinical presentation, diagnosis, management and the prevention of this new virus.
    3. This quiz provides understanding for rehabilitation and develop an empathetic approach towards virus and the related disease, to treat related patients and also to contain and mitigate the disease.

    EVENT : BEST PRACTICE- 2. Remedial Academic Support


    The institute has always focused on the holistic development of the students. Students admitted to the institute may come from an economically disadvantage background, low literacy rate, vernacular medium and first generation learners. These factors hinder the academic growth of the students. To overcome said hindrances, the institute has adopted a practice of providing remedial academic support to slow learners in the form of contact lectures.

    Objectives of the Practice:

    The objectives of the practice are:

    To enable slow learners to get through examination.

    To assist students to come up with their personal academic problems.

    To provide them reference books and study materials.

    To make students aware of the topics important from the examination point of view which enable them to prepare accordingly.

    To cater to the academic needs of students of all programs.

    The context:

    Initially, when the said practice was implemented on the basis of recommendations of IQAC and with the approval of the Management and the Principal the response from the students was less. But gradually the number of students in the contact lectures increased. The faculty members also supported the practice for academic betterment of the students.

    The practice:

    This practice is unique in nature and completely focuses on the academic development of the students.

    The Examination Committee under the guidance of the Principal prepares the contact lecture time-table prior to ATKT and Ex-students examination for all programs.

    The time table of contact lectures is displayed on the notice board on all floors of the institution and in staff room for intimation and information of the students and faculty members respectively.

    The contact lectures time table is uploaded on the college website.

    The faculty members prepare themselves with study material and topics to be discussed in their respective course contact lecture.

    The contact lectures are conducted during the working hours of the college.

    Attendance is taken during the contact lectures.

    The institute does not charge any additional fees for conduct of contact lectures.

    Evidence of Success:

    Slow learners feel more free and comfortable to come up with their doubts and queries and get satisfactory solution.

    More and more slow learners have started attending the remedial classes.

    The success rate of the students has considerably increased.

    Problems encountered and resources required:

    At the beginning of the implementation of the said practice the response of the students was not appreciable. To counter this problem, the students were made to understand the importance of contact lectures with the help of the concerned course faculty member in each program on account of which, the number of students gradually increased. The institution does not encounter with any resource problem in implementing the said practice as contact lectures are taken in the classrooms during the college hours.


    EVENT : BEST PRACTICE- 1. Centralized Management with Decentralized Administration

    Good administration or governance is a pre-requisite for the academic growth, quality enhancement and holistic development of students. A good administrative system encourages good working environment and participatory management, leading to balanced growth of the institute. Taking into account the significance of best governance, the institute has adopted unique practices with specific objectives.

    Objectives of the Practice:

    The objectives of the practice are to have-

    Centralised planning and policy making.

    Decentralised planning and responsibilities.

    Autonomy with respect to implementation of the curriculum with proper planning.

    Autonomy to the faculty members in the teaching-learning process, preparation of teaching plan, its implementation and review.

    Flexibility to make use of various learning resources to enhance their course knowledge.

    Good working environment and co-operation among stakeholders.


    Need for the implementation of the practice:

    For an excellent institutional administration, there is a need for a dynamic management with long-term vision.

    The Principal should have excellent leadership qualities, broad mindedness and innovative ideas.

    The faculty members need to be astute to handle academic and administrative responsibilities.

    The faculty members should also be well-acquainted with the rules pertaining to evaluation system, internal assessment-projects, assignment, presentations.

    The support staff should give support to all departments.

    Training and retraining of the teaching and non-teaching staff to enhance their professional competencies.

    The implementation of the Practice:

    Policies related to the institute are framed by the Management and the Principal in consultation with Advisory Committee, Local Managing Committee, IQAC, etc., therefore the elements of centralised and decentralised administrative processes are visible.

    Every faculty member, the administrative and supporting staff and student representatives have a role in various decisions at the departmental levels.

    This practice is unique as there is a combination of centralized and decentralised planning and administration.

    The faculty members are convenors and students are members of various committees and associations in the institute. Discipline, attendance, cultural activites, initiatives from the Women‘s Development Cell, etc., allowed to flourish and implementation of various activities are valued.

    The administrative staff is trained to look after the office work of the institution independently.

    The details of daily lectures engaged by visiting faculty members are been properly recorded on lecture record sheet duly signed by the concerned faculty member and Principal.

    The departmental heads are allowed to plan the functioning of their departments.

    Success of the practice:

    Active Management and quick decision making at the top level has helped the institute in creating a good infrastructure and a high academic standard.

    The quality of teaching-learning process has improved due to the use of ICT resources and upgradation of subject knowledge of the faculty members from time to time.

    Good administrative system and procedures have resulted in optimum utilisation of human resources in the teaching-learning process.

    Employees are aware of their roles, duties and responsibilities, which have facilitated the smooth and effective functioning of the institute.

    Students‘ involvement in academic activities and different committees indicate the success of this practice.

    Internal co-ordination and monitoring mechanism has facilitated quick decision-making and its implementation.

    The outcome of the practice is that more number of students and faculty members are actively participating in extension and outreach activities every year.

    Problems faced and resources required for the implementation of the said practice: When employees proceed on leave or when there is absenteeism among supporting staff, minor hurdles tend to arise. Such situations are dealt with by allotting additional work to other employees so as to maintain smooth functioning on the campus.