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Portray the performance of the Institution in one area distinctive to its priority and thrust
Overall Development of Female- Students
While the college has a student centric approach right fom inception, I.Q.A.C. realized that actually it was male –student centric approach as the most vocal students in any higher education institution are male students. Therefore an important thrust area of the college for the last five years has been the overall development of girl students.
Numerically the male-female ratio of admitted students in all programmes is in favour of male students.This is also a reason behind the change of priority from concerns of male students to that of girl-students.
|Sr. No||Male Students Admitted||Female Students Admitted||Percentage of girl students|
In the beginning of every academic year Principal discusses the issue of giving priority to concerns of female-students. Accordingly the faculty plans its activities.
The change can be seen in activities of Home Economics, Sports, Womens Cell, Mentor Mentee scheme, Communication Skills programmes, ICT skills programmes, various entrance exams, Placement, doctoral research,research paper writing, participation in research model competitions etc. The patents awarded to female faculty member are more as compare to male faculty members.
Earlier the focus of institution was more on male students as the girl students never came forward with specific demands. Co-curricular activities, skill development programmes, add-on courses etc. were having greater focus on male students.
Another realization was that most girl students came from lower socio-economic stata. Most of them were underweight, having utter neglect of healthy diet and having below average hemoglobin count. This adversely affected their studies. The aspirations of these girls were adversely affected by their socio-economic background. All they hoped was to get a petty job in the local wholesale market. Without any additional skill or knowledge or certificate what they could get was a job in local shops @ Rs.5000- Rs.6000 per month.
These girls also lacked in communication and ICT skills.Their participation in research related activities was also relatively low. Another area where girl students were lagging behind was participation in sports.
Activities of Home Economics for Overall Development of Girl Students
|Sr. No||Food Preservation Workshop||Nutrition Week Seven Days Collaborative Workshop||Skill Development Workshop (Ceramic Jwellery Making)||Skill Development Workshop as per MOU
(tie and Dye)
|Intercollegiate Cooking and Poster Competition||Skill Development Workshop
|Participation in ‘Udyogini’ Exhibition cum sale for Entrepreneurship skill development|
|2018-19||40||160||27+15 = 42|
Participation of Girl Students in Sports
|Sr. No||Kabaddi girls Team||Boxing||Karate||Wushu|
|2017-2018||Winner Girls Team
R.T.M.N.University inter collegiate Kabaddi Tournament
(Total no. 10)
|2018-19||Winner Girls Team
R.T.M.N.University inter collegiate Kabaddi Tournament
(Total no. 10)
|2019-20||2nd Runner up Simran Bhivgade R.T.M.N.University inter collegiate Karate
Participation in 19th Junior National Wushu Championship
|2021-22||Gold Medal R.T.M.N. University inter collegiate Boxing Tournament||Tanushri Wasnik and Prachi Muthal
Gold Medal in
R.T.M.N. University inter collegiate WushuTournament
Womens Cell conducts various activities after due consultation with female students.
Chart showing Activities of Womens Cell
Table showing number of benificiaries ‘health-check-up and
counseling of girl students’ activity
|ACADEMIC YEAR||NO. OF GIRL STUDENTS BENEFITTED|
SET/NET and Competitive Exams Study/guidance Centre is functional for more than a decade but during the last five years attempts are made for a better enrollment of female students and better facilities are also provided. During the assessment period a separate reading room for girl students of competitive exams.
Separate reading room for girl students of competitive exams.
Chart showing Performance of Girl Students and their placement after Competitive Exams
|Year||Number of Girls students qualified SET/NET/SLET/Banking/Railway etc. competitive exams||Girl students placed||Name of Girls student placed||Name of institution joined|
|2017-18||0||06||Akanksha Thool (9049875724)||HR Skill Lab, Vijay ViharJaitada Road Nagpur -8600065863|
|ParidnyaDhawankar (7620209510)||HR Skill Lab, Vijay ViharJaitada Road Nagpur -8600065863|
|Nidhi Chavhan (7020875213)||M.S.E. B. Nagpur
|Meena D. Punde (7038611595)
|Forest Department, Nagpur Division Office, Nagpur 0712-2560727/2560748|
|Jhoti D. Punde (9011178265)||Forest Department, Pench, Nagpur|
|Sneha D. Ghumade (7020083913)||Forest Department, Deori, Gondia 07182-235388|
|2018-19||02||02||Pooja KrishnaraoHarde (9146913984)
|DuputyConsarvator of forest, Nagpur Divission, Nagpur. 95-712-2565624|
|SwetanjaliMeshram (8600985313)||Mumbai Police, Mumbai
|Vivan Overseas Education, Abhay Nagar, Rameshwari, Nagpur 7020794743/8623011544|
|The Westin Hyderabad Mindspace, Raheja IT Park, Hitec City, Madhapur, Hydrabad-500081. Contact No. 914067676767|
|Shital Rakhunde (7387928235)||S.T. Mahamandal Nagpur
|MamtaSahare (7588886358)||Mumbai N.M.C., Andheri (west) Mumbai.|
|Sonali Thakre (7620480284)||Nagpur District Court, Nagpur
|Samiksha S. Dongre (9423544171)
|Nagpur District Court, Nagpur
|Sadhana D. Shendare (9371632257)
|Warden of Tribal Department, Nagpur 0712-2560127, 2560314|
|Harsha Mahajan (9545398130)||Supply Inspector, Nashik 0253-2466703|
|2020-21||02||09||Simla Shukla (9264350968)
|NexonMediatechpvt ltd Techno Park. 101, Adhayapak Layout, Nagpur 7020985431|
|Harsha Madan Payal (8600736090)
|Randstad India Private Ltd, Randstad House, Old No. 5,& 5A, New NO.9, Pycrofts Road, Nungambakkam, Chennai 600006,91(0)4466227000|
|Jay Traders, AgarwarSadhan, Behind Bata shop, Bhandara Road, Itwari, Nagpur-02 Mobile No. 9423637813, 8459246789|
|Priyanka Sangrame (9404313747)||Z.P. Teacher, Gadchiroli, 07132-222347|
|PradnyaSorde (7083996448)||M.N.C. School Teacher, PimpaliChinwad|
|Sarika Kunbhalkar (7821010442)||Forest Department, Wardha, 07152-240170|
|Ankita J. Bhimjayani (8057802750)||Talathi, Ta- Mouda, Dist- Nagpur|
|EshaniPendam (7507058945)||Warden, Karshurba Gandhi Vidhyalay, Jalna, Dist- Jalna|
|Pallavi Irpachi (776801779)||Office Attandant, Maharashtra National Law Unicersity, Nagpur 0712-2812604|
|2021-22||2||08||Sweta Jitendra Manapure
|Self Employed, Financial Consultant, Association of Mutual Fund in India.|
|Triveni Bhojraj Deshmukh||The Samarpan, Urban Credit Co-operative Society, Limited, Nagpur|
|Pratibha Bhaskar Jachak||ICICI Bank, Thane- Panchpakhadi.|
|Poonam Bagade (7276761873)||Laboratory Assistant, Bharti krishna Vidya Vihar School, Ngapur, 0712-2531363|
|VedshwiSonavne (9422704361)||Electrician M.S.E.B. Deori, Dist- Gondia, 07199-225370|
|Chetna Sonwane (9922503889)||Maharashtara Police, Kolhapur
|Rina Lillare (8080299654)||Maharashtara Police, Nagpur City. 0712-2534716|
|Tata Consaltancy Services Limited, Tiruanantapuram, Kerala 91 471 6629400|
Female Candidates Who have Cleared C.A. C.S. Exam and their Placement
|1||Pratima Rakhade||C.A.||2017||Sr. Accounts Officer,
K.Raheja Corporate Services Pvt.Ltd. Pune
|2||Priyanka Khandelwal||C.S||2017||Practicing I.B.C. @ Smit Potdar Firm, Nagpur|
During COVID pandemic,Commerce Economics and English Departments conducted a number of online Programmes on Soft Skills. This was particularly done on the recommendation of female students. This is evident from the fact that more number of female students attended these online programmes as compared to the male students.
Programmes on Soft Skills.
Programmes on ICT Skills
|Name of Capacity building and skills enhancement Programme||Date||Web Link||Male Female Participation||You tube Link|
|1.||Skill Development Workshop on Tally with G.S.T. and Cyber Literacy.||20 Jan. 2018||http://cpberar.co.in/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/n22-Skill-Developmet-Workshop-20-Jan-2018.pdf||M-55 F-62||https://youtu.be/KahXpNJeD60
|2.||Workshop on Computer Hardware||24 to 25 Jan. 2020||http://cpberar.co.in/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/n22-Hardware-computer-workshop-24.01.2020.pdf||Data not available||
|3.||Workshop on Google Classroom & Other Online Tools For the Teaching Learning Process.||10 to 11 July 2020||http://cpberar.co.in/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/n22-workshop-on-google-classroom-10.07.2020.pdf||M-62 F-92||https://youtu.be/_X3D-kBS4xs
|4.||Workshop on SWAYAM and MOOCS||3 July 2021||http://cpberar.co.in/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/n22-workshop-on-SWAYAM-AND-MOOCS-3.07.2020.pdf||Data not available||https://youtu.be/fh_K7sVeNkU|
Under the mentor mentee scheme more number of male students were covered in the year 2019-20. But in the year 21-22 purposefully more girl students were engaged.
Mentor-mentee Scheme –
Female Students – 82
Male Students –79
Improved Performance of Female Students and Staff Members in Research Related Activities
- Gender wise classification of Ph.D. Awarded to admitted students in last Five years
- Gender wise classification Students and Faculty Members who participated in Avishkar Research Festival
- Gender wise participation in Research Methodology Workshops conducted by college
- Gender wise Research Papers published by faculty members in UGC care Journals in last five years
- Gender wise Books published by faculty members in last five years
- Gender wise Patent Awarded by faculty members in last five years