Quality Initiatives

1. Memoranda of Understanding: To develop relationships for mutual benefit, the College so far entered MoUs Dayalbagh University, NASSCOM, GENPACT, DAS PHARMA, etc, and established linkages with more than 10 organizations of high repute. They include Research Institutions, Government Organizations, Non-Government Organizations, etc.
2. Quality Policy: The College declared its quality policy and communicated to all its functional units. The quality policy of the College is to achieve excellence in teaching, Research and Consultancy:
a) By imparting globally focused education,
b) By establishing synergic relationships with Industry and Society,
c) By developing state-of the-art infrastructure and well endowed faculty,
d) By imparting knowledge through team work and incessant efforts.
3. Quality Objectives: Quality objectives are set for every department and targets are fixed for the next academic year to enable the departments to mobilize resources towards focused growth.
4. Quality Circles: Quality Circles are promoted in all academic departments to involve faculty, students, research scholars and non-teaching staff in the organization and development process of the respective academic departments.
5. Research Grant:


S.No.

Name of the Lecturer

Subject

Type of the Project (Major/Minor)

Sanctioning Authority (UGC/DST/CSIR/ISRO/BARC/others)

Year of sanction

Title of the Project

Period of the Project

Amount Sanctioned

1

Dr. P.Hariram Prasad

Hindi

Minor

Ayodhya Research Institute,

Lucnow

2015

Andhra Samskruti

1 Yr

2.45 Lakhs

2

Dr. A.SrinivasaRao

Botany

Minor

DST Disha Project

2015

Antifungal activity of soil bacteria

2 Yrs

17.70 Lakhs

3

Dr. A.SrinivasaRao

Botany

Minor

AP MAP- NMMP Project

2016

Development of Medicinal Plant Nursery

1 Yr

4 Lakhs

 

S.No.

Name

Designation

Department

Position

1

Dr. C.Krishna

Principal

Geology

Chairperson

 

Dr. M. MahaboobPacha     

Lecturer in Charge

P.G. Chemistry     

Convener

2

Dr. V. Anantha Lakshmi

Lecturer in Charge

Mathematics

Member

3

Dr. P. Subhashini                 

Lecturer

Mathematics

Member

4

Dr. A. SrinivasaRao              

Lecturer in Charge

Botany  

Member

5

Dr. N. Sreenivas                   

Lecturer in Charge

Zoology

Member

6

Dr. P. Hari Ram Prasad

Lecturer in Charge

Hindi

Member

7

Dr. K. Subhashini

Lecturer

Economics

Member

8

Dr. K. V. Sobha Rani              

Lecturer in Charge

Computer Applications

Member

9

Dr. J. PandurangaRao

Lecturer in Charge

Commerce

Member

10

Sri D. Rama Rao

Lecturer

Chemistry

Member

6. Dry-Run inspection :(Annual Internal Quality Audit) To conduct/monitor the continuous progress of the college through an annual internal management audit conducted by the IQAC by giving a schedule to the departments. The activities are:
  • Enable the faculty to work in the direction of innovations in Higher Education sector.
  • Motivate the teachers to aim constantly at quality and sustenance activities.
  • Help the faculty to use innovative methods in class room teaching & learning process.
  • Encourage teachers to improve their professional grades.
  • Develop research culture at the grass root level.
  • Review the functioning of departments, activities and facilities.
  • Evaluate individual teacher performance.
  • To solve the grievances of the department.
7. Performance Evaluation: For the academic departments and individual faculty members, performance indicators have been developed and the performance is assessed periodically.
8. Feedback: Feedback from students on faculty performance, usefulness of the curriculum, infrastructure, administration and support services has been taken to identify service failures and deficiencies and to take appropriate corrective and preventive measures. Feedback is also taken from employees, parents, retired teachers, supporting staff and alumni of the College.
9. Internal Audit: Periodic audit is conducted in all departments by Academic Audit members. The audit reports are discussed at length at the review meetings of the administration to take up corrective and preventive measures.
10. Student Charter: The prime aim of the College is to see that every student has equal access to competent, and qualitative teaching which leads to vibrant academic, social and personal growth on the campus and off the campus. For this purpose, the College adopted a Student Charter which reflects the goals and commitment of the College and the responsibilities of the students to improve the College environment by upholding its values.
11. Infrastructure development: Special focus has been given for the Infrastructure development of the College. Renovation of Biotechnology and Microbiology labs, Contraction of women Hostels & Indoor stadium, additional classrooms girls toilets and Seminar halls etc. improving Central Library are part of this development programme.
12. Training for Supporting Staff: To bring attitudinal change and to develop administrative skills, the College has given training to supporting staff in maintaining the records and to computerize the same.
13. Earn while you learn programme: This programme has been introduced in the College Library. Under this programme, the College students are assigned some work in the library during their leisure time, after the study hours etc.
14. Alumni Associations: The college has an active and registered alumni association with a name of P.R. Government College (Autonomous) Old Students’ Association with a Regd. No. 501/2002 is started and periodically meets with the principal & staff and discuss for the development of the college.
The members meet on 3rd Sunday of December, every year. The meet takes note of the requirements of the college. They extend their full cooperation to the college and carry out many welfare schemes for the students of the college in the form of midday meals, endowment prizes, institution of gold medal for topers etc., They actively involve any initiative taken by the college administration towards development of infrastructural and other facilities. They contribute generously towards midday meal scheme and financial help to the poorest of the poor students. They came forward with an amount of Rs. 10 lakhs for the renovation of old heritage building and construction of additional class room accommodation with 11 lakhs. The proposal awaits permission from the Commissioner of Collegiate Education, AP, Hyd.
As a part of 125 years of celebrations of P.R.College, old students from various places met in the college on 5th oct 2009 for a historic get together. Prof M.V.Rao, Agricultural Scientist, an associate of Dr.M.S. Swamynadhan the famous author of Green Revolution in India, alumni of the collegte, attended the celebration and spoke on green revolution in his key note address. Old students of 1960-63 batch met in April 2010 and shared their views for the development of the college.
15. Employability: The College is taking up the responsibility of providing Placement to the Students by way of establishing continued relationships with the industry. Career and Guidance Cell was constituted to look after the same.
16. Campus Networking: In order to strengthen the applications of information and communication technology in academics, research and administration, the College has taken up campus networking project and completed it successfully.
17. Nomination of Representatives from industry in UG Board of Studies: To bridge the gap between expectations from the industry and the perception of the academicians, the University has decided to nominate two members from Industry to each UG Board of Studies.
18. Grievance Redressal Mechanism: To resolve the grievances internally, the Committee for grievance redressal mechanism has been constituted with the following faculty.

Student Grievance & Appeal Committee

1 V.SRINIVASA RAO L/ ENGLISH Convener
2 T.T.VIJAYA PRASAD L/ COMMERCE Member
3 K. NARASIMHA RAO L/ POLITICS Member
4 Dr. P. SUBHASHINI L/ MATHS Member
5 M.LAKSHMAN DAS L/ MATHS Member
6 D. RAMARAO L/ CHEMISTRY Member
7 Dr. K.V. SOBHARANI Comp Appl Member

Women Empowerment Committee 

1 Dr. P. SUBHASHINI L/ MATHS Convener
2 Dr. V. ANANHA LAKSHMI L/ MATHS Member
3 B.NAYOMI L/ ENGLISH Member
4 Dr.K.SUBHASHINI L/ ECONOMICS Member
5 Dr. K.V. SOBHARANI COMP Appl Member

Anti- Ragging Committee

1 K. AMMANNA CHOWDARY PHYSICAL DIRECTOR Convener
2 K. ANJANEYULU-Vice Principal L/PHILOSOPHY Member
3 Dr.B. ELIA L/ ZOOLOGY Member
4 V.SRINIVASA RAO L/ ENGLISH Member
5 Dr. K.SUBHASHINI L/ ECONOMICS Member
6 K. JAYADEV L/ PHYSICS Member
To prevent sexual harassment, antiragging committee, Women students’ welfare committee and grievance redressal cell are working in the college. Hither to no case of such harassments in the college. Womens’ cell of the college enlightens the women students about legal rights of women. It works towards various aspects of women empowerment. During the celebrations of International women’s day on 8th March 2010, experts from legal issues pertaining to women were debated by the district sessions judge and other participants. Awareness programme for conducted on legal literacy to women as the girl students mostly hail from surrounding villages.
19. Health Insurance for Students: The College introduced Health Insurance Scheme for all the students.
20. Teaching Plans: All the Heads of the Departments are developing subject wise teaching plans in coordination with the faculty.
21. Activity Diary: In order to generate a record of daily activities at the department level, an Activity Diary is designed. The Heads of the Departments to discuss the action plan for implementing activities.
22. College News letter: To disseminate information relating to various developments, the IQAC brought out College News letter for circulation among the stake holders, departments of the College. The first issue of the College News letter was released in July 2009.and it is published every year
23. National Service Scheme (NSS):All the Students of Degree Classes are eligible to join the National Service Scheme as volunteers.
 The faculty incharges of NSS units are
 1. Sri P.V. Krishna Rao, L/English, unit I
 2.Dr. J. Pandu Ranga Rao, L/Commerce unit II
a) Number of units: 2
b) Number of students 100 x 2 = 200
24. National Cadet Corps (NCC):
The College has two wings ( Navy & Airforce) under the charge of Sri P.V.V. Satyanarayana Rao, L/Political Science, K.JAYADEV, L/Physics respectively. All eligible and willing boy students of this college can enrol themselves for NCC training. Details may be obtained from the officers concerned.

Three units are working in the college:

Students strength is as follows:

Wing

Male

Female

Total

Navy

37

13

50

Air force

74

22

96

25. Modernization of College Library: The College library is modernized by equipping with computers and internet facility. The ambiance of the library has been improved and additional student facilities are provided. The CCTV was also installed to monitor the security of books and other equipment in the library
26. Biometric Attendence System: The College introduced biometric attendence system for staff members in 2014 and Govt. of AP introduced online biometric attendence system for both faculty and students in the year 2016.
27. JKC: Introduction
The Govt. of Andhra Pradesh initiated JKC in 2005 as a reliable solution to the problem of unemployment faced by students studying non-professional courses in Degree colleges of AP. The ever increasing prominence of Jawahar Knowledge Centre’s primary aim is to provide intensive training to students in employable skills and enable students avail themselves of the bright opportunities in the global job market. Remarkably, the centers are best utilized by the poorest of the poor and marginalized sections of the society. Students from rural areas who have no access to advantages experienced by their urban counterparts are provided the latest technologies and opportunities to upgrade their skills and encouraged to compete for better standards of living. The centre received overwhelming response from day one and the encouraging placements add to its strength and objectives.
JKCs established in degree colleges provided with a world class infrastructure and experienced faculty are totally dedicated to students and totally involved in providing the best training to help the students climb the ladder of success. JKC helps students to realize their potential and aim high in life and particularly it motivates and encourages students to be creative, independent and self reliant. JKC Centre helps students in colleges gain confidence and the ability to contribute to the economic and intellectual prosperity of the country
The Specific Objectives of JKC a)To shape students across the State and make them globally acceptable citizens b) To promote College – Industry relations through training and placements. c) To provide the best of the opportunities to the students who belong to weaker and marginalized sections. The benefits a) 300 hours training b)Training Practice on employable skills c) Training by Enabled Faculty/ Industry d) Co- curricular activities to enhance Communication and Soft skills e) Campus Placement with Major MNCs f) Industry Orientation

CAPACITY BUILDING:

1. JKC Chairman :  Dr. C. Krishna, M.Sc.Tech, PGDCA, Ph.D, NET. Principal
2. Coordinator : Sri V. Srinivasa Rao, Lecturer in Charge, Department of English
3. Mentor : B. Adi Seshu Kumar, JKC further Member
4. GEMs : Dr. T. K. V. Srinivasa Rao, Lecturer in English. Sri P.V.Krishna Rao, Lecturer in English
5. Analytical Skills Trainers: Sri M. Lakshman Das, Department of Mathematics
6. Monitoring Cell: Government of AP

VISION

To Shape students across the state and make them globally acceptable citizens.
To provide the best of opportunities to students belong to weaker and marginalized sections.
To provide Placements in Earn – while – Learn Scheme

MISSION

Creating Opportunity.
Developing Skills.
Unleashing Potential.