BEST PRACTICES


BEST PRACTICES IN MY INSTITUTION

 

1.      NO VEHICLES DAY (1st Monday of the month)

 

2.      Context

As Bill Gates pointed out recently “the biggest challenge to the world is protecting our environment and providing nutritious food to next generation”. The relevance and importance of environment protection is gaining momentum. Protecting environment involves various activities like increasing the greenery, cleaning of rivers, decreasing the sound pollution, minimising carbon emission, adoption of new methods to burn urban wastage and electronic wastage etc. Among all CARBON EMISSION is a big threat to environment damage.

                                    Keeping in view the severe effect of carbon emission across the country especially Delhi made the institution to think about reducing the pollution through vehicles emission is taken up by the S.R.R. Govt. Arts & Science College, Karimnagar.

 

3.      Objectives

a.       No vehicle is allowed in the college campus on 01st Monday of every month.

b.      Sensitise the stakeholders of the institution to minimise the usage of two and four wheelers once in a month

c.       To sustain the greenery of the campus

 

4.      The practice

The management, staff & students of S.R.R. Govt. Arts & Science College, Karimnagar whole heartedly resolved to implement the practice of observing “No Vehicles Day” campus on 1st Monday of every month. Following are the points observed

a.       Arrange a banner near the main entrance of the college two days before the observation day

b.      Sensitise the students in class room by all the faculty members to observe the day. Every month

c.       Social media message communication to staff, students via college whats app, website, facebook etc.

d.      Inviting district transport authority and state govt. special programme Haritha Haram officer once in a year to view practice in the campus.

e.       This best practice is observed under the supervision of college Principal and Coordinated by Mr.B.Suresh Kumar, Haritha Haram I/c & Asst. Professor of Zoology.

 

5.      OBSTACLES

1.      Walkers and sports people who uses the college premises and ground are not following

2.      The college Principal & NSS coordinators are very much positive in overcoming the problem with outsiders to follow “NO VEHICLES DAY” campus. They are convincing walkers, sports people and outsiders who visit the campus on that day.

 

6.      IMPACT

1.      Institution becoming more environment friendly as the lush green campus is supported by “NO VEHICLES DAY”

2.      Young teenage students understanding the relevance of the practice and started practicing in their localities also

3.      District administration appreciation

 

7.      Research required

a.       One coordinator to look after the practice and maintain the record of it

b.      One big size banner to  fix near the main gate

c.       Social media communication to students and staff.

 

Best Practice in My Institution

 

1. Title of the Practice: Student Study Project

2.The context that required the initiation of the practice:

Usually students get exposure to research or project work at PG level. As the students are new to the research, they encounter many issues in selecting the problem/area, formulation of hypothesis and Data collection.

As the students are not well trained at university level as per the industry needs, soon after joining the Job in various Laboratories/industries, the candidates face practical problems in field level.

Realizing that the present system offers a very rigid pattern, which is inadequate to satisfy the interests and aspirations of the students. The present curriculum is not fulfilling the industry needs.

Our Institution has introduced innovative practice to enhance the research analyzing and problem solving skills. It is a good opportunity for our students to get exposure to Research at UG level.

 

3. Objective of the practice:

To inculcate the Research aptitude in the students

To develop presentation skills among the students

To improve the Team spirit among the students

To make them familiar with writing of the project report

 

4. The practice:

A meeting is conducted with all faculty to discuss and chalk out a week long programme to create awareness among the students on the project/research design and to involve them in the project.

Subject expert committee has been formed to decide and select the topics for the project

It is made mandatory to submit at least one project work with a group of five students from each subject.

Supervisors are guiding the students in the selection of the Project problem and help them in completion of the project.

Faculty is actively engaged in training the students in the areas of presentation (preparing the power point presentation slides), soft skills and computer skills.

 

5. Obstacles faced if any and strategies adopted to overcome them:

Students hardly come forward to participate in the project work. It is difficult for them to do project in team. Faculty Motivate and encourage the students to project work in the group

Selection of project problem where the resources are insufficient and finding the project problem in a stipulated time is an obstacle. With the help of Subject expert committee we have overcome this issue.

 

6. Impact of the practice:

Students improved their presentations skills

Students excelled in the State level “Students study project presentations and selections” competition conducted by the CCE Telangana, Hyderabad. The intension of the programme is to develop the research aptitude at UG level.

Many projects have been selected for the presentation at State level programme

Students bagged Second prize in Hindi Project at state level and received Rs.21000 Cash prize.

Students got Commendable prize at state level in Microbiology.

 

7. Resources required:

·         Dedicated, knowledgeable teachers

·         Additional learning resources

·         Laboratory equipment, ICT

·         Digital library resources

·         Separate budget allocation

 


 

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