Our Inspiration

Late Shri. Dadasaheb Kannamwar
Ex-Chief Minister

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ESTD : 1984
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Annasaheb Gundewar College

(Affiliated to Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur)
AISHE Code : C-18880 ; ISO 9001:2015 certified
Gundewar Marg, Katol Road, Chhaoni, Nagpur - 440013 Maharashtra
Re-Accredited by NAAC (3rd Cycle)
Listed u/s 2f & 12(B) Act of UGC, New Delhi

Our Inspiration

Late Shri. Annasaheb Gundewar


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Best Practice

Two best practices successfully implemented by the Institution as per NAAC format provided in the Manual.

1. Title of the Practice
A special annual felicitation programme for the students with achievements
It is said that motivation moves mountains. The college therefore believes in inspiring, motivating, and supporting students psychologically and through its policy of recognition and felicitation. The college strives hard to fuel the driving impetus of the students to move them further and excel in their relevant field of area.
The college thus, maintains this annual practice of organizing a special felicitation program for the student with excellence in academic, Sports & extension and co-curricular activities. It is noteworthy to mention here that all these awards and rewards are sponsored by individual subject teachers, members of Governing council, department or college. The college offers various awards to students in the fields given below.
Excellence in Academics:
Student with highest score in Economics in B.A. & B.Com Final year
Student with highest score in Marathi Literature from B.A. Final year
Student with highest score in Marathi Literature from M.A. Final (Mar) year
Student with highest score in Political Science from B.A. I, II and Final year
Student with highest score in M.A. Final Mar, His, Eng, Soc, Eco & M.Com.(Prof) Final year
Student with highest score from B.B.A. & B.C.C.A. Final year
Student with highest score in M.Com Final (Prof) final year
Student with highest score in Arts faculty B.A. Final year
Students with highest score in M. Com. (Prof.) Final
Students with highest score in Sociology First year, Second Year and Final year
Students with highest score in Marketing Management BBA
Best essay on current topics related to Library and Information Science
Best player of academic session
Best NSS volunteer of academic session
Best NCC Cadet
Secretary student’s council
The Awards are given to students on the day of Death Anniversary [i.e. 29th September] of our Founder
Late AnnasahebGundewar.
Objective of the practice:
To provide the necessary motivation and inspiration to the student
To build confidence and infuse competitive spirit among the students
To recognize, support and develop human capital for the creation of performance driven ambience
The context:
Mere presence of the students and their participation in college or excellence in some of the notable areas often go unnoticed by the institution and yield nothing to either student or an institution, thus the traditional system of offering mere degree to the students offers minimum impetus and necessary motivation to the students to excel in the area of their preferences. We therefore initiated the activity and have been organizing the programme every year.
The challenges:
The programme, although seems to be an excellent idea that can really inspire students to excel in their chosen field, it also prove to be an extra burden on the administrative dept. since the data collection, result analysis and selection of the students and organizing a programme was quite challenging.
The Practice:
The practice is one of its kinds particularly, considering the way colleges treat students and function merely as the degree awarding institutions. The participation of the students and motivational programme like these offer necessary drive to the student and instill the feeling of belongingness and responsibility in the institution since all the financial burden in organizing the programme is taken care of by either the concerned dept or subject teacher, the practice can be termed as unique and morale boosting, particularly for the students of not so advantage class.
Evidence of success:
Ever since we initiated the programme, the performance and participation of the students is observed to have increased every year, particularly in sports and extension activities. The gradual increase in the participation of the students in the relevant field of excellence every year serves as an evidence of its success. The student’s feedback also reflects the increase in their motivational level.
Problems encountered and resources required:
Due Covid-19 Pandemic the felicitation ceremony was not conducted but the institution is committed to fulfill the criteria and organize the programme for students felicitation when the situation becomes normal.
2. Title of the Practice:
College Student Responsibility Fund Objectives of the Practice
R.T.M. Nagpur University, Nagpur vide its letter dt. 3/10/2020 directed all the affiliated colleges to raise College Student Responsibility Fund, aiming to develop all-round personality of students.
The practice of establishment of the fund aims to help the students coming from poor and downtrodden society.
All the teaching and non-teaching staff members will contribute minimum Rs. 100/ (voluntary contribution) to help needy students whose yearly income is below 6,00,000/.
The practice aims to help students with respect of admission and examination fees, participation in conference, workshop, paper presentation, patent registration fees etc.
Education is the only leveler of many disparities- be it socio-economic background, access to health care and hygiene or access to education etc. prevalent in the society. But right help at the right time will bridge the gaps by helping poor and needy students with monetary support.
Student Development Cell, constituted in the college, called for a meeting and informed and sought the consent of the staff for monthly voluntary contribution of Rs. 100/ from the salary to help poor, needy and eligible students. Total Rs.41050/ deposited in the account.
Problems encountered and resources required:
Due to Covid-19 Pandemic students could not come to the college physically. But the institution is committed to extend help to poor, needy and eligible students with respect of admission and examination fees, participation in conference, workshop, paper presentation, patent registration fees etc.
The money collected will be utilized for these purposes. Our student, MayuriSurendraPatle of B.A. First Year was given financial help of Rs. 26,050/- to bear medical expenses as she hails from economically poor background.
In order to extend financial help, we need more individuals and philanthropers and institutions to come forward to help students on larger scale.