The following persons shall act as Public Information Officers in the college in terms of the RTI Act, 2005.


Name & Designation

Contact Number


Dr.Ghanshyam, Principal & Appellate Authority



L.Kamala, Incharge Principal & Public Information Officer



G.Ramesh, Superintendent & Assistant Public Information Officer


Information under section 4(1)(b) of the RTI Act

Particulars of organization, functions and duties

             Govt. Degree College for Women, Nalgonda was established in the year 1977. It has been imparting education to women belonging to all sections and communities of the society from urban and rural areas of Nalgonda District. Now the college is affiliated to the Mahatma Gandhi University of Nalgonda District, Telangana State.

Students graduated from this college are holding several responsibilities in different parts of society.

Vision and Mission of the college


To encourage, educate and empower the young women through dissemination of knowledge.

  • To encourage the students to realize their innate potential through effective dissemination of knowledge.
  • To encourage the students to attain excellence in the fields of their interest to contribute to their part in the national development.
  • To educate the students to transform themselves into globally competitive human beings with required knowledge, skills and values.
  • To educate the students to cultivate the universal values of truth, non-violence, honesty, integrity and universal brotherhood to be ideal citizens.
  • To empower the young women through quality education to face the challenges in their life.
  • To empower the students with the knowledge of technical skills and make them employable for the future needs of the society.

Powers and duties of its officers and employees

Objectives of the College

          The college offers the undergraduate level programmes in Science, Arts and Commerce streams under Choice Based Credit System.

Functions of the college include

  • Organizing the classes and implementing the guidelines for academic transaction through teaching and examinations for award of Bachelor of Arts, Science, Commerce, in accordance with modified curricula under CBCS system.
  • Providing opportunities for holistic development and religious harmony of students from varied socio-economic, religious and cultural backgrounds.
  • Starting new courses in tune with the social needs and that of the job market. Conducting teaching for students enrolled in various degree programs approved by the Mahatma Gandhi University, Nalgonda. 
  • Providing co-curricular activities, namely, sports and NSS.
  • Providing opportunities for extra-curricular activities such as dramatics, debating, music, dance, quiz, fine arts etc.
  • Instituting awards, scholarships and financial assistance to students.
  • Providing opportunities to faculty for professional development and undertaking research projects.
  • Providing and maintaining adequate infrastructure including building, library, laboratories, equipments, canteen, sports and recreational facilities.

Organization and Administrative Machinery:

  • The Government of Telangana State appoints Principal for the smooth conduct of administration and academic activities in the College.
  • Vice-Principal appointed by the Principal for his assistance.
  • Teaching staff, Physical Director and Librarian are appointed by the Government of Telangana State.
  • Senior most teacher in the department will be nominated as departmental in-charge.
  • The college has a Planning and Evaluation Committee (staff council) that frequently meets to decide on the day-to-day functioning of the college. Various committees are formed to perform the functions of the college.

Powers and duties of the officers and employees:


         The Principal is the academic and administrative leader of the college. He/she will plan and supervise the execution of annual academic plans, co- curricular   and   extra-curricular   activities,   in consultation with the staff of the college. He/she will strive for the overall development of the college.

I. Administrative functions:

  • Sanction Casual Leave to Teaching Staff and Non Teaching Staff.
  • Sanction increments to the teaching and nonteaching staff.
  • Constitutes   different   committees   for smooth functioning of the college.

II. Financial Functions (Powers):

  • DDO – Drawing and Disbursement of Salary to the staff.
  • Temporary Advance from GPF :  Sanction  GPF to Teaching Staff and Non Teaching Staff.
  • Reimbursement of tuition fee.
  •  To conduct Annual review of stocks and other assets of the institution as on 31st March every year.
  •  Medical Reimbursement: To sanction medical reimbursement to Teaching, non teaching and retired employees.
  • Distribution   of   Budget   allotments   to various departments of the college.
  • Utilization of current Special fee/ PD Funds
  • Monthly reconciliation of all Plan and Non plan expenditure with Treasury figures.
  • Preparation of UGC Plan Proposal for a plan period.

III. Academic Functions (Powers):-

  • Supervision over   students and maintenance of discipline in the college.
  • Issue of TC and Conduct Certificate to the outgoing students.

Vice Principal

  • This is a non cadre post with no additional remuneration and administrative & financial powers of delegation.
  • The Purpose of this post is to extend help to the Principal in the matters of Academic nature and handle day to day affairs in the absence of Principal.
  • The appointment authority is the Principal of concerned college.

In-charge of the Department:

  • In-charge of the Department is responsible for smooth conducting of all the activities in the concerned department and functions
  • To plan & finalize the departmental activities in consultation with other faculty members.
  • To allocate the courses to be taught to different teachers in the department.
  • To allot individual time-tables.


  • The Lecturer has the primary duty to disseminate knowledge in his /her subject to all the students.
  • At the beginning of the Semester, the in-charge of the department convenes a meeting and allocates the courses/ part of courses to the members of the department to conduct classes in that semester.
  • Taking into consideration the number of working days and periods available for each subject, semester plan should be prepared by each lecturer in the department. Provision should be made for revision of the syllabus before the end of the academic year.
  • The lecturer should follow the semester plan and complete the syllabus allotted to him/her. In case of any dislocation in working days, either due to disturbance or due to his/her own absence in the college, the syllabus should be completed by taking extra classes.
  • The lecturer-in-charge of the department should review the progress of coverage of syllabus from time to time and inform the Principal. If the schedule is not completed, he should discuss with the lecturer concerned and plan for completion of the backlog in the succeeding month.
  • The lecturer concerned should also plan the seminars, tutorials and assignments and such other academic activities. Along with lecturer method, the lecturer should also motivate the students and enlighten the process of learning by adopting student centric methods of instruction like group discussion, question answer session etc.
  • To achieve the best results, it is necessary for the lecturer to give regular assignments to the students.
  • The lecturer should necessarily take the help of audio – visual methods of teaching by using projector-class rooms and virtual classes etc.
  •  He/she should also organize screening of educational films wherever /whenever possible.
  •  The lecturer should maintain the teaching dairy in the given format. This should be submitted to the Principal, through In-charge of the department.
  • The lecturer should conduct periodic tests in the subject and motivate the slow learners to bring them on par with other students in the class.
  •  A record of marks obtained at the internal examinations should be maintained in the department.
  • The Lecturer should participate in Students Counseling Programmes organized by the Principal. He/She should give necessary counseling to the students allotted to him / her as mentees.
  • Guidance should be given on opportunities as a Counselor; the lecturer should act as a liaison between college administration and his mentees. He/She should enlighten the mentees about the facilities available in library games etc., and orient them to the traditions, rules and regulations of the college.
  • The lecturer working in Science subject see that practical classes are conducted immediately after   the   theory   class   of   a particular topic is completed. There should be perfect co-ordination of theory and practical classes. In practice classes, the lecturer should bestow personal attention on every student and verify his/her work.
  • The lecturer should cooperate and participate in all co-curricular and extra-curricular activities in the college.
  • He/She should accept the membership of the Committees to which he/she is nominated by the Principal and discharge the duties with commitment.
  • The lecturer should attend to all examination duties without fail.
  • The lecturer should assist the Principal in the maintenance of the discipline in the college.
  • As per the orders of the Government and the concerned University from time to time, the lecturer have to adhere to the workload prescribed.

Physical Director

  • He/ she ensure the regular functioning of the department by organizing games and sports in college.
  • He/she shall be available in the college till sunset on all working days and organize the practice of all games available in the college in consultation with the games committee of the college and the Principal.
  • He/she is the convener of the games committee of the college and organizes meetings of the committee at the beginning of year to plan the Physical Education programmes for the year.
  • He/she should coach the students, with the correct techniques of various games and sports, Top players shall be kept as captains of the team/college.
  • Expert coaches of different games should be invited to guide the students to learn superior techniques.
  • He/she has to conduct coaching camps in the college to train students in various games and sports.
  • He/she is responsible for including general discipline among the players in particular and students of the college in general.
  • He/she should plan and invite experts in various games and sports to enable the students to learn correct techniques of various games.
  • He/she should encourage the students to develop sportsman sprit.
  • He/she will prepare the list of games material, to be purchased every year, keeping in view the stocks available in the college and stocks required for the current year. The list is to be placed before the games committee for approval.
  • For making Purchases of games and sports Physical Director should follow the purchase procedures prescribed by the Government from time to time. He/she should verify the samples before placing the orders for the supply of material.
  • The Physical Director should follow
  • The physical Director should maintain all records pertaining to the stocks and purchases of the department. The stock registers of consumable and non-consumable materials should be maintained separately and the stock registers should be submitted to the Principal for verification once in every term.
  • He/she should help the annual stock verification of the department conducted by the committee constituted for the purpose by the Principal.
  • He/She   will   be   Head   of   the Department of Physical Education in the college and is responsible for maintaining the stock and accounts of the Department.
  • Physical director should conduct annual games and sports of the college during the 2nd half of the Academic year.
  • He should organize the annual games and sports day much before the commencement of annual examinations.
  • Physical director is accountable the principles of the college.
  • To improve General Knowledge on Sports and Games, a Sports Quiz may be conducted in the college and prizes be awarded at the Annual Day function.
  • Sports persons of high caliber shall be invited for Sports Day functions to inspire the students.
  • Annual Stock Verification must be completed before 31st   March of every Academic Year.


  • The Librarian will ensure that an amount not exceeding 20% of the grant is normally utilized for purchase of reference books.
  • The Librarian will take necessary steps for the purchase of books as per the order of the Principal. Books can be purchases directly from the publisher and their sole distributors by taking usual discount or from reputed and outstanding firms in the book trade after calling for quotations for terms of supply and the discount they offer.
  •  The   Librarian should   maintain   an Accession Register.
  • The Librarian should adopt the scientific system of classification and cataloguing of books in the Library and library shall be fully automated.
  • The Librarian should maintain a catalogue of the books available in the library: The library fee collected under specific fee fund funds can be utilized for the purpose with the prior approval of thy Commissioner/ Director of Collegiate Education.
  • The Librarian should frame the rules and get the approval of the Principal regarding the issue of books time limit for return of books and number of books to be issued to the students and the staff.
  • The Librarian should cooperate with the annual stock verification committee appointed by the Principal.
  • As per the report of the annual stock  verification  committee, ,  the librarian should prepare the list of books  lost and  books damaged after annual stock verification and submit the same for condemnation to the principal, who will take appropriate action as per existing rules.
  • The librarian is responsible for maintaining  all records pertaining to the library like records relating to catalogues accession registers issue registers stock registers etc.
  • The Librarian should see that the annual stock verification of books in the library is  done before the end of each academic year. For the purpose of the stock verification, it should be seen that all staff and students return to the all staff and students return to the them, before the stock verification commences.
  • Fine (to be decided by the Librarian)is to be collected from the students for late return of  copies.
  •  List of journals and newspapers for library shall be prepared by the Librarian in consultation with the lecturers.
  • cost of books lost by students or staff is to be recovered from them Disposal of old magazines is to be done by the Librarian in accordance with the existing rules.
  • The Librarian is accountable to the Principal of the college.
  • The library shall be kept open at least one hour before and one hour after the regular College timings for the benefit of students.

Office Staff

         To take care of all the issues of college administration such as admissions, accounts, management, system maintenance, examination related activities etc.

         Decisions in various matters are taken by the appropriate authorities of the college such as the Principal as per the procedures laid down under various rules and regulations.






Principal, Lecturers, Incharge of Examination, Physical Director and Librarian

As per the norms fixed by UGC and the Government


Office Staff

As per the Office procedure and office manuals

Norms for Admission

           Candidates successful in the two year Intermediate Course, Board of Intermediate Education, Government of Telangana State or the equivalent, recognized by the Government of Telangana may apply for admission into Degree Colleges through DOST. Those who are allocated to Govt. Degree College for Women, Nalgonda are only given admission.   No admission test is conducted.

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