“Grievance is any type of problem, concern, dispute or complaint or suggestion (s) related to academics or the environment, in the college premises. We work on principles including confidentiality, impartiality, sensitivity and timely and appropriate action.”
The Committee aims at being a link between students, teachers and College administration. It is established to create a healthy and safe atmosphere for students of this esteemed College. We actively seek to address issues on student front and to resolve their problems. We acknowledge that in College there may be situations where individual student or group of students may have concern about the behavior of others or the decisions of others or may have suggestions. Therefore our committee promotes timely and transparent resolution of these issues/ suggestions in a confidential manner.
The formation of Student’s Grievance Cell is to promote and maintain a conducive and unprejudiced educational environment where students are experiencing that; there has been an infringement of their rights. It is a measure to develop responsive and accountable attitude among college officials to ensure that, there is no laxity in terms of fair-deal with the students. It is to deal with the complex situations in a tactful manner to lessen the condition felt to be oppressive or dissatisfied.Objectives of Students Grievance Cell :
The main objective of SMT GPP AND AAVP JR COLLEGE Students Grievance Cell is to redressal of Student’s Grievances to solve their academic and administrative problems, to co-ordinate between students and Departments/Sections to redress the grievances and to guide ways and means to the students to redress their problems.
Faculty Incharge: Committee Members of the Student Grievance Cell
- Mrs. Aruna Kanvinde
- Mrs. Minal Parmar
- To create social awareness about the problems of women and in particular regarding gender discrimination.
- To encourage participation of NGOs working in the area of women’s development in the activities of the Cell.
- To organize seminars, workshops for creating general awareness and orientation of students, teachers, non-teaching staff for their active and sustained participation in the activities of Cell.
- To organize various types of training programmes and create awareness about self-employment schemes for the encouragement of self-reliance among women.
Committee Members 2015-16
- Faculty in charge
- Joint Secretary
Performance Improvement Programme
“A performance improvement programme (PIP), also known as a performance action plan, is a great way to give struggling students the opportunity to succeed while still holding them accountable for past performance.”
The School and College holds “Performance Improvement Programmes(PIP)” for the students appearing for the Board Exams. The programme involves brushing and revision of important topics which are difficult to understand & to guide the students for last day revision.
Since last few years the college has initiated the Performance Improvement Programme. Special training is provided to all students who are appearing for Board Examinations in order to improve their performance.The programme involves:
- Brushing up the important topics.
- Revision of topics which are difficult to understand.
- The Mock – Test are conducted to help the students to give practice in writing answers.
The Steps for the Performance Improvement Programme (PIP)
Define the performance issue.
Put the problem and difficulty of subject / topic in writing. Specify if the student is lacking in a particular skill, or if it is a behavioral problem that needs to be addressed. Be specific about any incidents or problems that have occurred because of the skill deficiency or behavioral problem.
Define the areas of performance or behavior of the student that
need to be improved. List the changes or skills that are required from the student.
Have the end result clearly established in writing.
The Performance Improvement Plan must include deadlines
and a schedule of priorities. Identify the time periods in which actions are to
be taken and changes are to be made. Communicating about how these deadlines
will be enforced, and what the consequences will be if they are missed.
Develop an action plan that
includes goals and objectives
specific tasks to both the teachers and the student to make the improvements
outlined in the expectations. Ask the student for input as to whether the
action items are reasonable and fair. Make sure the student has the tools he or
she needs to improve performance, including support from other teachers and administration.
Decide on a method of
Include plans for how
the student ‘s improvement will be reviewed, and how frequently evaluations
will occur. Schedule periodic test or brush up of topics to review the
challenges and successes in the student ‘s work.
Review the Performance
Improvement Plan with the student.
sure the student understands all the elements of the PIP, and is prepared to
accept the consequences that are laid out if satisfactory student performance
is not achieved. Have the student and his or her administration signs the plan
to acknowledge its review and performance.
“A professional counsellor is a highly trained individual who is able to use a different range of counselling approaches with their students. This page defines and introduces the concept of counselling and the role of a counsellor.”
Need of Counselling
Counselling is an integral part of an over-all programme of guidance. “Counselling is a specific process of assistance extended by an expert in an individual situation to a needy person”. This means the counseling situation arises when a needy person is face to face with and expert who makes available his assistance to the needy individual to fulfill his needs.
1. To help in the total development of the student: Along with the intellectual development proper motivation and clarification of goals and ideas to pupils in conformity with their basic potentialities and social tendencies are important total development of the student.
2. To help in the proper choices of courses
3. To help in the proper choices of carvers
4. To help in the students in vocational development
5. To develop readiness for choices and changes to face new challenges.
6. To minimize the mismatching between education and employment and help in the efficient use of manpower.
7. To motivate the youth for self employment.
8. There are such students as the gifted, the backward the handicapped who need special opportunities. They need special attention and opportunities.
9. To ensure the proper utilization of time spent outside the classrooms.
10. To help in talking problems arising out of students population explosion.
11. To check migration to prevent brain drain.
12. To make up for the deficiencies of home.
13. To minimize the incidence of indiscipline.
Significance of Counselling
1. Decision marking construct:- The psychological problems of adolescents can be seen as decision making problems.
2. Conflict:- These decision making problems almost always involve some conflict, either because of factour emotional ambiguities or both.
3. Assertions:- Behaviour is a result at the assumptions, beliefs, and attitudes that one his about himself , others and the world in which her lives.
4. Disconfirmations:-The effects of behaviour following decisions are feed back to the individual perceived and they confirm or disconfirm ascertain to varying degrees.
5. Tension:- When assertions are disconfirmed, tensions result.
6. Redundancy:- Tensions inhibit the ability of an individual to reexamine his assertions and attempt to confirm them and thus they cause redundant behaviour.
Counselling in its spirit and essence is generative it aims at assisting the individual to develop such that he becomes psychologically mature and is capable at realizing his potentialities optimally.
“Soft skills is a term often associated with a person's "EQ" (Emotional Intelligence Quotient), the cluster of personality traits, social graces, communication, language, personal habits, interpersonal skills, managing people, leadership, etc. that characterize relationships with other people.”
Six soft skills for achieving success
Behavioural traits such as attitude, motivation and time management
The tentative dates for the F.Y.J.C Examinations conducted during the academic year (2015-16)
F.Y.J.C (Science and Commerce)
- First Unit Test Examination: 3rd Week of August, 2015
- Second Unit Test Examination: Later of January, 2016
The tentative dates for the SVKM’S COMMON Examination conducted during the academic year (2015-16)
F.Y.J.C (Science and Commerce)
S.Y.J.C (Science and Commerce)
- First Terminal Examination: 31st October, 2015 TO 6th November, 2015
- Annual Examination: 24th February, 2016 TO 30th February, 2016
- First Terminal Examination: 23rd October, 2015 TO 30th October, 2015
- Preliminary Examination: 2nd January, 2016 TO 7h January, 2016