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  1. S.C.S(AUTONOMOUS) COLLEGE, PURI WELCOMES Esteemed Team Members Of UGC JOINT REVIEW COMMITTEE

  2. SAMANTA CHANDRA SEKHAR COLLEGE (Autonomous) Puri Eminent Orissan Astro-Scientist Mahamahopadhyaya Chandra Sekhar Singh Samanta 1835-1904

  3. OUR COLLEGE - OUR ABODE OF LEARNING • S.C.S(Autonomous) College,Puri • Location:- 2 kms from the World famous Temple of Lord Jagannath and 1.5 kms from the natural scenic beauty of the shore of the Bay of Bengal. • Area:- Sprawling over an area of 40 acres in two patches. • Mission :- •   To provide the benefits of higher education, •      To foster economic growth, •   To  study, preserve, and enrich the socio-cultural tradition • of the region, and •    To explore and utilize the natural resources of the state

  4. S.C.S(A) COLLEGEBRIEF HISTORY • 1944-ESTABLISHED with Prof. Girija Shankar Ray as Principal • 1946-INTRODUCTION OF DEGREE COURSE • 1946-INTRODUCTION OF SCIENCE • 1968-INTRODUCTION OF COMMERCE • 1979-INTRODUCTION OF PG COURSE • 1990-DECLARED LEAD COLLEGE • 1999-DECLARED AUTONOMOUS COLLEGE • 2005-NAAC ACCREDITED B++

  5. STATUTORY BODIES THAT GUIDE US • EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE • ACADEMIC COUNCIL • FINANCE COMMITTEE • BOARDS OF STUDIES

  6. NON-STATUTORY BODIES – whose advice is always a step forward • ADMISSION COMMITTEE • EXAMINATION COMMITTEE • GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL COMMITTEE • PLANNING & EVALUATION COMMITTEE • LIBRARY COMMITTEE • STUDENTS’ INFORMATION & EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITY • RESIDENTIAL COMMITTEE

  7. SUBJECTSTRENGTH ENGLISH (32) ZOOLOGY (16) COMMERCE (48) COMPUTER SCIENCE (16) ORIYA (24) COURSES-Learning ProgrammePost-Graduate

  8. SCIENCE(256) BOTANY(48) CHEMISTRY(32) COMP. SCIENCE(32) MATHEMATICS(64) PHYSICS(32) ZOOLOGY(48) ARTS(512) ECONOMICS(112) EDUCATION(48) ENGLISH(48) GEOGRAPHY(24) HINDI HISTORY(64) MATHEMATICS(32) ORIYA(48) PHILOSOPHY(32) POL.SCIENCE(96) PSYCHOLOGY(32) SANSKRIT(16) SOCIOLOGY(16) Under Graduate • COMMERCE(192) • ACCOUNTANCY(96) • FINANCE(48) • MANAGEMENT(48)

  9. Proposed self-financing courses- Adventure in job oriented progamme • P.G. Diploma in Journalism & Mass communication • P.G.Diploma in Advertising &Public Relation • P.G. Diploma in Bio-Informatics • Diploma in Communicative English • Certificate course in Water pollution, Analysis &Treatment

  10. COURSES – Additionalties • IGNOU • JOINT VENTURE COMPUTER EDUCATION • P.G DIPLOMA IN EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE, EDUCATION AND TRAINING

  11. Students Enrollment – Our family of learners

  12. LIBRARY HOSTELS GYMNASIUM POST OFFICE BANK CANTEEN GUEST HOUSE FACILITIES – Intellectual support channel • COMPUTER CENTRE • VEHICLE PARKING SHED • STUDENTS’ COMMON ROOM • WORKSHOP

  13. Profile of the College Teachers Total------63+1(Vice-Principal) With Ph.D & M.Phil 43 Guest Faculties 28

  14. Profile of the College Supporting staff Administrative Laboratory Library Hostel 38 63 13 04

  15. HOSTELS – Home away from Home NO OF HOSTELS: 3 Girls and 3 Boys NO. OF BOADERS: FACILITIES AVAILABLE: a) Mess b) Library c) Indoor and Outer Games d) Literary activities e) Cultural Programmes

  16. RESULTS – At the end that we are 1st Division 2nd Division Overall Pass U.G.- 2002 69.50 28.70 96.30 U.G.- 2003 64.20 23.60 87.80 U.G.- 2004 72.40 27.20 97.60 U.G.- 2005 70.60 28.20 96.80 U. G.-2006 56.04 24.01 85.63 U.G.- 2007 68.50 26.45 96.70 P.G.- 2002 30.40 37.20 93.20 P.G.- 2003 57.10 28.40 91.20 P.G.- 2004 52.30 32.40 93.40 P.G.- 2005 48.30 33.20 96.02 P.G.- 2006 70.00 27.00 89.00 P.G.- 2007

  17. LIBRARY – Always a feast for mind NO OF BOOKS: 83408 NO OF PERIODICALS: 122

  18. LIBRARY

  19. FUNDING – The fiscal scaffolding MP/MLA LAD Joint Venture Sources of Funding UGC Self- Financing State Govt. Alumni Association Fees

  20. SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS – Windows to Wisdom • NATIONAL SEMINAR/ WORKSHOP • QUALITY CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT IN AUTONOMOUS COLLEGES OF ORISSA • HUMAN RIGHTS AND VALUE EDUCATION STATE-LEVEL SEMINAR • EXAMINATION REFORMS IN AUTONOMOUS COLLEGES OF ORISSA. • LIFE AND ACHIEVEMNETS OF MAHAMOHOPADHYAYA CHANDRASEKHAR SINGHA SAMANT.

  21. EMINENT SCHOLARS’ DELIBERATIONS • Sj.Naveen Patnaik.Honourable Chief Minister ,Orissa. • Sj Mahaswar Mohanty,Honourable Speaker,Orissa Legislative Assembly. • Sj.Sameer Dey. Hon’ble Minister of Higher Education,Orissa • Sj.Braja Kishor Tripathy,Hon’ble Member of Parliament (LS) • Prof Arun Nigavekar Ex-Chairman, UGC, New Delhi • Prof Manmohan Mohanty UGC, Prof. Univ. of Tokyo. • Prof. Bhabagrahi Mishra, Ex-Prof. Pensylvania University. • Prof.A.K.Pattanaik, MIT, USA. • Justice Lingaraj Rath.Ex-Chief Justice Andhra High Court. • Sj Gopal Chandra Nanda. IPS, DG of Police,Orissa. • Sj.Srinibas Rath.IAS. Member , Board of Revenue, Orissa. • Prof. Swadhin Pattanaik.Director,Inst.of Math,Kolkata. • Swamiji, Rama Krishna Mission,Kolkata. • Sri Malaya Kumar Mishra .IFS Jt.Secretary to Govt. of India,Deptt.External Affairs. • Prof. Artatrana Rath.Prof.Math,University of Minnesota. • Vice-Chancellors of Utkal University and Sree Jagannath Sanskrit University.

  22. Teaching-Learning Evaluation – Academic Symbiosis Classroom Instruction Seminars Learning Avenues Project work Remedial Courses

  23. Examination –An avenue to evaluate our learning potential Selection of Examiners & Paper setters: On the basis of the recommendation of the Board of Studies Members(Which is constituted strictly on the UGC stipulated rules.) Type of Evaluation: Internal Assessment and Semester Method of Evaluation: Central valuation and Door Valuation Examination Cell: (a)Controller of Examinations (b)Deputy Controller of Examinations (c) Prof-in-charge of Examinations

  24. Timely Processing & Publication of Results. Term Tests (Coding) Home Assignments Internal Assessment. Surprise Test Project & Seminar Evaluation (Ext & Int.)

  25. Research Projects Minor Major Physics Economics Sanskrit Zoology Chemistry Oriya Geography Education History Education Commerce Research, Consultancy & Extension – Our real assets

  26. Research,Consultancy & Extension • Broad areas of extension activities and its Performances • National service Scheme.A volunteer was awarded Indira Gandhi National award.Represented India in SAARC countries Seminar.Participated in Republic Day Parade in Delhi. HAM Radio Training. • National Cadet Corps.Four cadets attended RDC 2005. One cadet was adjudged as Best cadet in C.A.T.C. 2004,Puri.One cadet as Best cadet in N.I.C. 2004 Sambalpur. One cadet attended Malgaonkar Shooting competition; Two cadets represented the All India Thall Sainik Camp.One cadet represented All India Nou Sainik Camp.Two cadets attended NIC camp at Leh. Blood donation Camp – 7 cadets. Social Service camp 5 cadets. • Youth red Cross Blood Donation Camp & Health Checkup camp. First Aid Training • Rovers & Rangers Crew. 8 Rovers and 5 Rangers have achieved success in Governor’s Test Camp(NIPUN TEST)

  27. Infrastructure and Learning Resources Photography Sidhanta Darpan Hall Class rooms Rovers & Rangers Hall Laboratories Auditorium S.C.S.College(Autonomous),Puri Departments Library Office Reading Room Examination cell YRC Information Centre NCC NSS

  28. Infrastructure and Learning Resources Sports and Physical Education Centre This centre is managed by the Athletic Association Athletic Association: Chairman Principal Vice-chairman Senior Teacher Secretary Elected body of members Assistant Secretary from among students Other Office bearers

  29. Infrastructure and Learning Resources Play ground Gymnasium Facilities Pavilion Dressing Room Participation of Students in National level Games and Sports Hand Ball Soft Ball Kho Kho Athletic Cricket Volley Ball Wrestling

  30. Infrastructure and Learning Resources Incentives to Student Athletes Sports Dress Certificates Trophy Weightage Coaching Cups Shield Expert Guidance Hospitality TA

  31. Infrastructure and Learning Resources Other Facilities Common Room Students Staffs Boys Hostels Information Cell Staff Quarters Ladies Hostel Credit Co-Operative Society Health Check up Short Term Loans Joint Venture Health Insurance IGNOU Study Centre Vehicle Parking Shed Canteen Computer Centre Central Library

  32. Students Support & Progression – Giving for growth • Information regarding Admission, Examination, Fees structure, syllabus and in other curricular and extra-curricular programmes are given to students through: • College Prospectus published annually, • College Calendar, • Courses of Studies, • Information Centre, • Proctorial class. • Students creativity is reinforced through: • College Magazines, Wall Magazines • Different competitions & creative activities sponsored by the Universities other Agencies. • Samanta Chandra Sekhar Lecture Series

  33. Students Support & Progression giving for Growth National Scholarship Merit Scholarship Financial Aids Available To Students Sports Scholarship Merit-Cum-Means Scholarship Post-Matric Scholarship Hindi Merit Scholarship Teachers' Son Scholarship

  34. Students Support & Progression Dramatic Association Canteen Leisure Time Activities Common Room Reading Room Boys Girls Monthly Journals Periodicals & News Papers Carom Chess Table Tennis

  35. Organisation and Management Government of Orissa Director of Higher Education Executive Committee Residential Committee Examination Committee Principal Finance Committee Purchase Committee Admission Committee Staff Council

  36. HEALTHY PRACTICE • ADMISSION ON THE BASIS OF MERIT WITH DUE DEFERENCE TO THE PRINCIPLES OF PROTECTIVE DISCRIMINATION. • SEMINAR AND PROJECT WORK • CULTURAL & LITERARY ACTIVITIES • PEORIDIC INTERACTION WITH GUARDIANS • FEEDBACK FROM STUDENTS

  37. Grants Received During Xth Plan Period

  38. Thank You