Executive Summary

Introductory Note

Criterion-wise Summary

SWOC

Strength Weaknesses Opportunities and Challenges

Additional Information

Over All Conclusive Explication

Profile of the Institution

  1. Basic Information

Name and Address of the College:

 

Name :

 

 

 

 

 

Address :

 

 

 

 

 

City :

                       

Pin :

State :

 

 

 

Website :

 

 

 

 

 

       

 

  1. For Communication:

 

Designation

Name

Telephone

Mobile

Fax

Email

 

 

with STD code

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Principal

 

O:

 

 

 

 

 

R:

 

 

 

Vice Principal

 

O:

 

 

 

 

 

R:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IQAC Co-

 

O:

 

 

 

ordinator

 

R:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Status of the Institution: Affiliated College Constituent College Any other (specify)
  1. Type of Institution:

 

  1. By Gender
    1. For Men

 

  1. For Women

 

  1. Co-education

 

  1. By Shift

 

  1. Regular

 

  1. Day

 

  1. Evening

 

  1. It is a recognized minority institution?

Yes

 

No

 

 

  1. Sources of funding:  Government          Grant-in-aid Self- financing Any other

 

  1. a. Date of establishment of the college: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)

 

b. University to which the college is affiliated /or which governs the college (If it is a constituent college)

c. Details of UGC recognition:

 

Under Section

Date, Month & Year

Remarks(If any)

 

(dd-mm-yyyy)

 

 

 

 

i. 2 (f)

 

 

 

 

 

ii. 12 (B)

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Enclose the Certificate of recognition u/s 2 (f) and 12 (B) of the UGC Act)

 

  1. Details of recognition/approval by statutory/regulatory bodies like AICTE, NCTE, MCI, DCI, PCI, RCI etc (other than UGC).

Statutory

Recognition/Approval

Day, Month

 

 

 

Regulatory

details

and Year

Validity

Remarks

 

Authority

 

Institution/Department

(dd-mm-yyyy)

 

 

 

 

Programme

 

 

 

 

i.

ii.

iii.

iv.

(Enclose the recognition/approval letter)

 

  1. Does the affiliating university Act provide for conferment of autonomy (as recognized by the UGC), on its affiliated colleges?

 

Yes

 

No

If yes, has the College applied for availing the autonomous status?

 

Yes

 

No

 

  1. Is the college recognized

 

  1. by UGC as a College with Potential for Excellence (CPE)?

 

Yes

 

No

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If yes, date of recognition: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)

 

 

  1. For its performance by any other governmental agency?

                

                  Yes             No

 

If yes, Name of the agency …………………… and

 

Date of recognition: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)

 

 

10. Location of the campus and area in sq.mts: Location *

Campus area in sq. mts.

Built up area in sq. mts.

(* Urban, Semi-urban, Rural, Tribal, Hilly Area, Any others specify)

 

 

  1. Details of programmes offered by the college (Give data for current academic year)

 

 

 

Name of the

 

 

 

Sanctioned/

No. of

 

SI.

Programme

Programme/

 

Entry

Medium of

approved

 

Duration

students

 

 

Level

Qualification

 

 

No.

Course

instruction

Student

 

 

admitted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

strength

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under-Graduate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Post-Graduate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Integrated

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Programmes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ph.D.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M.Phil.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ph.D

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Certificate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

courses

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UG Diploma

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PG Diploma

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Any Other

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(specify and

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

provide details)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12. Please fill in the following details if applicable:

Number of programs

Self-financed programmes offered

New Programmes introduced during the last five years

 

 

 

 

 

  1. List the departments: (respond if applicable only and do not list facilities like Library, Physical Education as departments, unless they are also offering academic degree awarding programmes. Similarly, do not list the departments offering common compulsory subjects for all the programmes

 

like English, regional languages etc.)

Faculty                      Departments                          UG            PG                Research

 

(eg. Physics, Botany, History etc.)

Science

Arts

Commerce

Any Other (Specify)

  1. Number of teaching and non-teaching positions in the Institution

 

 

Teaching faculty

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Positions

 

 

 

 

 

Non-teaching

Technical

 

Professor

Associate

Assistant

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

staff

 

staff

 

 

Professor

Professor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*M*F*M

*F

*M

*F

*M

*F

*M

*F

 

Sanctioned by the

 

UGC / University /

 

State Government

 

Recruited

Yet to recruit

Sanctioned by the Management/ society or other authorized bodies

Recruited

Yet to recruit

*M-Male *F-Female

 

 

 

 

  1. Qualifications of the teaching staff:

 

Highest

Professor

Associate

Assistant

Total

 

qualification

 

 

Professor

Professor

 

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

 

 

 

 

 

Permanent teachers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D.Sc./D.Litt.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ph.D.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M.Phil.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Temporary teachers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ph.D.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M.Phil.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Part-time teachers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ph.D.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M.Phil.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Number of Visiting Faculty /Guest Faculty engaged with the College.  

 

  1. Furnish the number of the students admitted to the college during the last four academic years.

 

 

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

 

Categories

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ST

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OBC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Others

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18.  Details on students enrollment in the college during the current academic year:

 

Type of students

UG

PG

M. Phil.

Ph.D.

Total

 

 

 

 

 

 

Students from the same

 

 

 

 

 

state where the college is located

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Students from other states of India

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NRI students

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Foreign students

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19. Please fill in the following details if applicable:

Unit Cost of Education

Including Salary Component

Excluding Salary Component

 

 

 

* (Unit cost = total annual recurring expenditure (actual) divided by total number of students enrolled )

 

  1. Date of accreditation* (applicable for Cycle 2, Cycle 3, Cycle 4 and re-assessment only)

 

Cycle  1:  ………………  (dd/mm/yyyy)          Accreditation  Outcome/Result….…....

 

Cycle 2: ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy)  Accreditation Outcome/Result….…....

 

Cycle3: ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy)  Accreditation Outcome/Result…….....

 

Cycle 4:………………. (dd/mm/yyyy)  Accreditation Outcome/Result…….....

 

  1. Date of establishment of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) IQAC …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)

 

  1. Details regarding submission of Annual Quality Assurance Reports (AQAR) to

 

NAAC

 

AQAR (i) ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy)

 

AQAR (ii) ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy)

 

AQAR (iii) ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy)

 

AQAR (iv) ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy)

Extended Profile of the Institution

Quality Indicator Framework (QIF)

Criteria 1- Curricular Aspects (100)

1.1 Curricular Planning and Implementation (20)

1.1.1. The Institution ensures effective curriculum delivery through a well planned and documented process (10)

Lucknow Public College of Professional Studies is marked as one of the most desired colleges for admission in undergraduate programmes in Uttar Pradesh. This college is known for delivering knowledge, developing skills plus focusing on the current research and providing opportunities for industry experience which is the requirement of present time. In this college students not only complete their graduation but also they learn the practical approach as how to overcome the situational problems in their life.

All programmes are under graduate degree courses and carry weightage established by the University of Lucknow.

Choosing a course at LPCPS enhances students employment prospects, simplify further interest in a particular subject area and develop associated skills such as creativity, collaborative teamwork, problem solving, communication and goal setting.

At the commencement of the Academic year the Academic calendar is prepared by the Academic Council. At the beginning of the Academic year the teachers prepare the lecture plan of their respective subjects. The lecture plan is verified by the Head of the Department. There is sufficient flexibility in the lecture plan, so as to adopt the changes if any. The evaluation of the students is carried out periodically as per the norms of the University. The college has also taken initiative to establish ERP portal for the smooth functioning of the different academic work.

Effective Curriculum Delivery is to be performed in a systematic way:

  1. The syllabus of each course is spread over the total hours in which the teacher engages in the class.
  2. The periodic internal examination is conducted in order to assess the understanding of the students.
  3. The internal examination results are reviewed and the weaker students are given an opportunity to attend remedial classes and subsequent feedback is taken to assess the outcome.
  4. Teachers do best of their efforts to ensure quality and to enhance academic growth.
  5. The college teachers use wide variety of teaching methods like presentation, case study etc. for elaborating concepts in their discussions with the students.
  6. Compliance of the lecture plan is reviewed and verified by the Head of the Department.
  7. The compliance of the lecture plan is communicated to the Dean through the HOD and at the end of term or year the performance of the students is verified by internal examination and their feedback.
  8. The level of understanding of students is measured through practical, theoretical & oral examinations.
  9. The present University pattern of examination is including both objective as well as subjective. The same pattern is followed by the college for internal assessment.
  10. The transparency in examination is followed by the college.
  11. Following of the lecture plan is integral to the responsibilities of the teachers to ensure compliance of the same.
  12. Action Taken Report is prepared by concerned committees and reviewed in the college meetings for further development of the college.
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Additional Documents 1.1.1View Document

1.1.2. The institution adheres to the academic calendar including for the conduct of CIE (5)

 

 

LUCKNOW PUBLIC COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

1.1.2 ACADEMIC CALENDAR INCLUDING CONDUCT OF CIE

 

Lucknow Public College of Professional Studies was established with a mission of imparting quality education for students. The College strongly follows a transparent method and has a well-defined standard operating procedure for conducting the academic and allied activities. An Academic Calendar is a planned document for the faculty members, students, staff and other stakeholders. It includes a complete schedule of commencement of classes, internal evaluation schedule based on university guidelines, co-curricular activities, tentative university examination schedule, etc.

The Academic Calendar is a source of information and planner for the students, faculty members, support staff, administration and management. The college prepares Academic Calendar by considering the prescribed guidelines.

Academic Calendar is a strong foundation of academic activities and propagates to the vision and mission of the college. Preparation of Academic Calendar begins before the commencement of academic session. It is placed to the Governing Body through IQAC Cell for final approval. The Academic Calendar is displayed on college notice board and website. Effectiveness of the entire process is maintained by the Office of the Principal with the objective of incorporating inquisitiveness and scientific temper among the students through diverse activities. The Academic Calendar contains information regarding the following:

  • Working Days: The Academic Calendar indicates the annual working days, examination and evaluation as per University of Lucknow and various internal committee’s guideline. Around 240 working days are kept in the academic year for teaching and allied activities.
  • Curricular Activities: It covers the entire teaching and learning process with the teaching plan and transacting the prescribed curriculum effectively.
  • Co-curricular Activities: Field studies, seminar, conference, cultural events, etc are conducted by the respective faculties which are included in the calendar.
  • Extracurricular Activities: The Academic Calendar also includes the activities outside the formal classroom. Observation days and celebration commemorate eminent personalities and various social awareness events are also included with varied experiences.
  • Internal Examinations- The dates of Sessional Exams are mentioned in the academic calendar. Detailed Examination schedule is announced in advance, by Examination Cell. In case of labs and projects, internal viva and practical exams are conducted by respective departments before/after the sessional examinations.
  • University Exams- The tentative dates for university exams are indicated in the academic calendar. The final university exam schedule is also displayed on students’ notice boards.
  • Amendments- In case of unseen conditions, implementation of academic calendar is modified and revised as per the instructions of Principal/Dean and with the help of concerned committees of the college only.
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LPCPS INTERNAL EXAMINATION DATESHEETS SAMPLE OF LAST 5YRSView Document
1.1.2 LPCPS INTERNAL EXAM NOTICESView Document
1.1.2 DOCUMENTS OF PROOFView Document
1.1.2 LPCPS ACADEMIC CALENDAR INCLUDING CIE WITH NOTICE (SCAN)View Document

1.1.3. Teachers of the Institution participate in following activities related to curriculum development and assessment of the affiliating University and/are represented on the following academic bodies during the last five years (5)

File Description Document
Data Template updatedView Document
Additional docView Document
Relieving LettersView Document
Supporting Document 1.1.3View Document
1.1.3. Data TemplateView Document

1.2 Academic Flexibility (30)

1.2.1. Percentage of Programmes in which Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)/ elective course system has been implemented (10)

File Description Document
CBCS/Elective Syllabus for BCA, BCH and B.ScView Document
1.2.1. Data TempletView Document
1.2.1._PercentageView Document

1.2.2. Number of Add on /Certificate programs offered during the last five years (10)

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1.2.2. Additional InformationView Document
DATA TEMPLATEView Document

1.2.3. Average percentage of students enrolled in Certificate/ Add-on programs as against the total number of students during the last five years (10)

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1.2.3. Additional InformationView Document
1.2.2 DATA TEMPLATEView Document

1.3 Curriculum Enrichment (30)

1.3.1. Institution integrates crosscutting issues relevant to Professional Ethics, Gender, Human Values, Environment and Sustainability into the Curriculum (10)

LUCKNOW PUBLIC COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

 

The Lucknow Public College of Professional Studies runs the programmes of BCA, BBA, B.Com, B.Com (Hons.), B.Sc. (Maths), BAJMC. Curriculum of these programmes is designed by University of Lucknow, which contains various courses covering topics/chapters covering cross- cutting issues relevant to Gender, Environment and Sustainability, Human Values and Professional Ethics.

  1. Gender Sensitivity

Gender sensitivity & gender sensitization is practiced through a combination of theory and practice. Gender related course titled ‘Mass-Media & Contemporary Social Issues’ is taught to the final year students of BAJMC.

The college is very keen regarding safety and security of the girl students and women faculties. The following practices are done in this regard:

    1. Proctorial Board for continuous monitoring the security and discipline on the campus.
    2. Internal Complaints Committee to take necessary action on sensitive issues of the girls students which ensure their vibrant presence.
    3. Crèche Facility for kids of staff members to take care of the young children of the college employees.
    4. Sanitary Napkin Vending Machine is installed at every female washroom of LPCPS.
    5. Night Vision CCTV Cameras are also installed in the common areas of the campus for safety of the students.
    6. The confidence building is done by organizing workshops, lectures, conferences and seminars by eminent personalities to create legal awareness, health & hygiene among the students.
  1. Human Values & Professional Ethics

The courses, such as, Essentials of Professional Communications, Indian Value System, Business Environment, Human Resource Management, Governance & Business Ethics, Language & Cultural Studies are basic part of curriculum of various programmes. These subjects inculcate values and develop ethical competence among the students.

 

  1. Environment Studies

The course ‘Fundamentals of Environment Science’ and ‘Environmental Studies’ related to ecosystem, its balance and sustainability is an integral part of the curriculum of BCA & BBA. University prescribed these courses for creating awareness and developing importance of environment among students.

Awareness about cross cutting issues relevant to Gender, Environment and Sustainability, Human Values and Professional Ethics is necessary for the protection of the environment and survival of human life.

 

 

 

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Description of courses which address the Professional Ethics, Gender, Human Values, Environment and Sustainability into the CurriculumView Document
1.3.1 List of CoursesView Document

1.3.2. Average percentage of courses that include experiential learning through project work/field work/internship during last five years (10)

File Description Document
Additional InfoView Document
Name of the student studied course on experiential learning through project work/field work/internship NView Document
Link to the relevant document NView Document
Programme / Curriculum/ Syllabus of the coursesView Document
DATA TEMPLATE N"View Document

1.3.3. Percentage of students undertaking project work/field work/ internships (Data for the latest completed academic year) (10)

File Description Document
List of students undertaking project work/field work/internship NView Document
Link to the relevant document NView Document
Data Template(Criteria 1.3.3) NView Document

1.4 Feedback System (20)

1.4.1. Institution obtains feedback on the syllabus and its transaction at the institution from the following stakeholders (10)

File Description Document
stakeholder feedback reportView Document
Stakeholder feedbackView Document
Stakeholder feedback report FinalView Document
FEEDBACK SYSTEM- COMBINED EXCELView Document
STUDENT FEEDBACK FORMView Document
TEACHER'S FEEDBACK FORMView Document
EMPLOYER'S FEEDBACK FORMView Document
SAMPLE FILLED FORM 1.4.1View Document
ALUMNI FEEDBACK FORMView Document
STUDENT FEEDBACK FORM-RESPONSESView Document
TEACHER'S FEEDBACK FORM-RESPONSESView Document
EMPLOYER'S FEEDBACK FORM-RESPONSESView Document
ALUMNI FEEDBACK FORM-RESPONSESView Document

1.4.2. Feedback process of the Institution may be classified as follows (10)

Feedback process of the Institution may be classified as follows

File Description Document
NOTICES 2019-20View Document
NOTICES- 2020-21View Document
Student feedback 2019-20View Document
Student feedback 2020-21View Document
Teaachers feedback 2019-20View Document
Sample filled form student, Teacher, Alumni, EMPLOYERView Document
Teacher feedback 2020-21View Document
Alumni feedback 2020-21View Document
Alumni feedback 2019-2020View Document
Employer feedback 2019-20View Document
Employer feedback 2020-21View Document

Criteria 2- Teaching - Learning and Evaluation (350)

2.6 Student Performance and Learning Outcome (60)

2.6.1. Programme and course outcomes for all Programmes offered by the institution are stated and displayed on website and communicated to teachers and students. (15)

File Description Document
PO'S, PSO'S, CO'S SESSION 2021-2022View Document
PO'S, PSO'S, CO'S SESSION 2020-2021View Document
PO'S, PSO'S, CO'S SESSION 2019-2020View Document
PO'S, PSO'S, CO'S SESSION 2018-2019View Document
PO'S, PSO'S, CO'S SESSION 2017-2018View Document
PO'S, PSO'S, CO'S SESSION 2016-2017View Document
Supporting documentsView Document

2.6.2. Attainment of programme outcomes and course outcomes are evaluated by the institution. (15)

File Description Document
Supporting Documents for Internal assesmentView Document
2.6.2 Supporting Document for linkView Document
Attainment of Programme outcome and Course outcome evaluated by CollegeView Document
Supporting document for Annual and End Semester University ExaminationView Document
Supporting documents for Feedback EvaluationView Document
Supporting documents for InternshipsView Document
Supporting documents for PlacementsView Document
Supporting Documents for Higher StudiesView Document

2.6.3. Average pass percentage of Students during last five years 2.6.3.1. Total number of final year students who passed the university examination year wise during the last five years 2.6.3.2. Total number of final year students who appeared for the university examination year wise during the last five years (30)

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2.6.3 Average pass percentage of Students during last five yearsView Document
2.6.3 CERTIFIED LETTER FROM UNIVERSITY OF LUCKNOWView Document
2.6.3 LIST OF STUDENTS 2019-20View Document
2.6.3 LIST OF STUDENTS 2018-19View Document
2.6.3 LIST OF STUDENTS 2017-18View Document
2.6.3 LIST OF STUDENTS 2016-17View Document
2.6.3 ANNUAL REPORT OF COEView Document
ANNUAL REPORT OF COEView Document
2.6.3 LIST OF STUDENTS 2020-21.View Document
2.6.3 DOCUMENT OF PROOFView Document

2.7 Student Satisfaction Survey (60)

2.7.1. Online student satisfaction survey regarding teaching learning process of about 20% students (60)

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2.7.1 Online student satisfaction survey regarding to teaching learning processView Document

2.1 Student Enrollment and Profile (40)

2.1.1. Average Enrollment percentage (Average of last five years) (20)

2.1.1.1. Number  of students admitted year wise during last five years

2.1.1.2. Number of sanctioned seats year wise during last five years

 

Data Requirement last five years

  • Total number of Students admitted
  • Total number of Sanctioned seats

 

X100

 

File Description:

  • Any additional information

Institutional data in prescribed format

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2.1.1 INTAKE SANCTION LETTER OF LUView Document
2.1.1 BSC ADMISSION PERMISSION BY PRINCIPALView Document
2.1.1 Average enrollment percentage (Average of last five years)View Document
LIST OF STUDENTS 2020-21View Document
LIST OF STUDENTS 2019-20View Document
LIST OF STUDENTS 2018-19View Document
LIST OF STUDENTS 2016-17View Document
LIST OF STUDENTS 2017-18View Document
2.1.1 Average enrollment percentage (Average of last five years i.e.2016-20)View Document
2.1.1 DOCUMENTS FOR PROOF (SUPPORTING)View Document
LPCPS Enrollment Summary by LUView Document

2.1.2. Average percentage of seats filled against seats reserved for various categories (SC, ST, OBC, Divyangjan, etc. as per applicable reservation policy during the last five years ( exclusive of supernumerary seats) (20)

2.1.2.1. Number of actual students admitted from the reserved categories year wise during last five yearsNumber of actual students admitted from the reserved categories year wise during last five years

Year

2020-21

2019-20

2018-19

2017-18

2016-17

Number

340

340

300

270

190

Data Requirement for last five years: (As per Data Template)

  • Number of Students admitted from the reserved category
  • Total number of seats earmarked for reserved category as per GOI or State government rule

 

Formula:

Year    Calculation    Percentage
2020-21    (149/340)x100    43.82
2019-20    (185/340)x100    54.41
2018-19    (156/300)x100        52
2017-18    (123/270)x100    45.56
2016-17    (92/190)x100    48.42
 

 

                                                                          43.82+54.41+52+45.56+48.42 = 244.21/5 =                48.84
 

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  • Any additional information

Average percentage of seats filled against seats reserved (Data Template)

 

File Description Document
2.1.2 Average percentage of seats filled against seats reserved for various categories (SC, ST, OBC, Divyangjan, etc. as per applicable reservation policy during the last five yearsView Document
2.1.2 Average percentage of seats filled against seats reserved (Scan)View Document
2.1.2 LPCPS STUDENTS OF RESERVED CATEGORY 2020-21View Document
2.1.2 LPCPS STUDENTS OF RESERVED CATEGORY 2019-20View Document
2.1.2 LPCPS STUDENTS OF RESERVED CATEGORY 2018-19View Document
2.1.2 LPCPS STUDENTS OF RESERVED CATEGORY 2017-18View Document
2.1.2 LPCPS STUDENTS OF RESERVED CATEGORY 2016-17View Document
LU ADMISSION ORDINANCE 2020-21View Document
LU ADMISSION ORDINANCE 2019-20View Document
LU ADMISSION ORDINANCE 2018-19View Document
LU ADMISSION ORDINANCE 2017-18View Document
LU ADMISSION ORDINANCE 2016-17View Document
2.1.2 DOCUMENT OF PROOFView Document
Reservation Policy (Hindi Version)View Document
Reservation Policy (English Version)View Document

2.2. Catering to Student Diversity (50)

2.2.1 The institution assesses the learning levels of the students and organises special Programmes for advanced learners and slow learners (30)

 

2.2.1 The institution assesses the learning levels of the students and organises special Programmes for advanced learners and slow learners

Every year various students from different socio economic backgrounds join the college. Receptivity of the students differ from individual to individual and same results are not achieved despite same teaching methods. The college adopts a mechanism to assess the learning level of the students and helps them in enriching their knowledge and skills through power packed activities.

ASSESSMENT OF STUDENTS

To ensure 100% learning, new entrants are assessed in their first semester through a stream wise online test, which is conducted on basic knowledge of subjects. On the basis of the test result, students are categorised at three levels viz. – Slow learners, Mediocre learners and Advanced learners.

Mentor Mentee program also helps in individual student SWOT analysis through which issues at personal level can be addressed.

A stream wise Bridge course is provided in subjects- (like Accounts, Economics, Maths, Physics, Chemistry, English, Computer fundamentals, Professional communication skills and others) to the slow learners for the required duration so that the gap between the desired levels of understanding of the subject and actual level of desired understanding of the student can be covered.

SLOW LEARNERS

Slow learners are identified on the basis of following parameters-

  1. Results of Online test
  2. Inability to Respond in Class
  3. Introvert attitude to participate in Class Activities
  4. Poor communication skills

 

 

ACTIVITIES PROVIDED TO SLOW LEARNERS

    • Bridge course classes
    • Remedial classes
    • Class Test for Improving Performance and Learning
    • Revision of critical topics
    • Writing Skills are explained
    • Study Materials like PPT, PDF, Question Bank, Reference Books etc are  provided
    • Special attention is provided by the faculty to slow learners
    • Academic Counselling
    • Bilingual explanations and discussions are imparted

MEDIOCRE AND ADVANCED LEARNERS

They are identified on the basis of following parameters-

  1. Results of Online test
  2. High responsiveness in class
  3. Active participation in class activities
  4. Taking Initiatives in various activities
  5. Good communication skills

ACTIVITIES PROVIDED TO MEDIOCRE AND ADVANCED LEARNERS

    1. Preparation of Competitive Exams through Experts
    2. Promote advanced learners to enroll in professional courses like CA,CS ,  ICWA, CAT, CMA, JAM etc http://www.e-sarthi.lpcps.org.in/uploads/naacHeading3Documents/special_program_for_advanced_learners_-_JAM_preperatory_classes2.pdf   
    3.  Animation Classes
    4. Opt for various certification courses in
      • Artificial intelligence
      • Cyber security
      • Income tax return filing and assessment
      • Introduction to GST
      • Introduction of Stock Market
      • NISM
      • Programming in Python
      • Short term course for effective communication skill
      • Tally accounting
      • Theory of basic photography and videography
      • Spoken tutorials project by IIT Bombay
    1. Internship and Placement Programmes
    2. Highly Performing Students are selected as the council members of college and are known as LTF (LPCPS Task Force)

The objective of the programme is to ensure optimum learning for students through various modes of teaching and activities in order to bridge the gap between the desired learning levels and actual learning abilities of the students.

 

 

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2.2.2. Student- Full time teacher ratio (Data for the latest completed academic year) (20)

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  • Total number of Students enrolled in the Institution
  • Total number of full time teachers in the Institution

Formula:   Students: teachers

 

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2.3. Teaching- Learning Process (50)

2.3.1. Student centric methods, such as experiential learning, participative learning and problem solving methodologies are used for enhancing learning experiences (20)

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2.3.2. Teachers use ICT enabled tools for effective teaching-learning process. (15)

 

2.3.2 Teachers use ICT enabled tools for effective teaching-learning process

 

The college management plays a pivotal role in the quality assurance in the teaching-learning process and motivates teachers to adopt new tools and technology as a teaching aid in this modern era. The management enhances the facilities for the teachers and the students so that teachers may use ICT methods and tools for innovative teaching learning process to make it more effective and tech- savvy.

 

The academic council helps in framing an action plan for the academic year by interacting with IQAC and faculty members.

 

The Director, Dean Academics and Heads of various departments interact with the class teachers for conducting scheduled classes, committee meetings and implementation of the follow-up steps envisaged to improve the teaching-learning process. ERP portal has also been introduced. Other than traditional method, E-Sarthi is being used by the teachers for taking exams of students. Teachers take online classes through MS TEAMS Software, ZOOM & GOOGLE MEET app, GOOGLE CLASS ROOMS as per the requirement. MCQs are designed by the teachers of their respective subjects and are uploaded on the ERP portal. PowerPoint presentations and pdf notes are also used by the teachers to teach the students. Online quizzes with the help of Google form is held for the students to make them practice regarding online testing platform.

 

Teaching through online mode and using various modes of ICT used by the teachers gets an overall feedback from the departments on the performance of the students in the internal tests and coordinates the arrangement of remedial classes outside the regular teaching hours whenever necessary.

 

Management helps the HODs in organizing Faculty Development Programme (FDP) for the faculty to help them learn the current trends in their specializations and facilitate them to handle the concerned subjects with better usage of ICT. Various workshops and seminars are also organized for the students to get acquainted with new ICT tools and methods.

 

Management also initiates workshops for the teachers in order to enhance their practical skills that will help them in doing their job more efficiently and in turn helping students for their better future.

 

Based on the feedback, improvements are done to enhance the teaching ability among the teachers and also to bring transparency / objectivity /accountability in the teaching learning process.

 

Teachers are made aware from time to time about new technical teaching apps and hands on practice is done by the teachers so that they can successfully run the classes and face no technical issues during the classes.

 

 

 

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2.4 Teacher Profile and Quality (60)

2.4.1. Average percentage of full time teachers against sanctioned posts during the last five years (20)

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2.4.2. Average percentage of full time teachers with Ph. D. / D.M. / M.Ch. / D.N.B Superspeciality / D.Sc. / D.Litt. during the last five years (consider only highest degree for count) (20)

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2.4.3. Average teaching experience of full time teachers in the same institution (Data for the latest completed academic year in number of years) (20)

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2.5. Evaluation Process and Reforms (30)

2.5.1. Mechanism of internal assessment is transparent and robust in terms of frequency and mode (15)

 

 

2.5.1 Mechanism of internal assessment is transparent and robust in terms of frequency and mode:

LPCPS being an affiliated college of University of Lucknow, the previous five years have seen various changes in the pattern and marking scheme of internal evaluation for various academic programmes. The college ensures that the faculty and the students understand the mechanism of internal assessment process. The college maintains utmost transparency in the examination and subsequent evaluation process. All students are well informed about the transparency in Internal assessment.

 

Continuous Internal Asssessment (CIA)

In BBA, BCA, B.Com (Hons.) and BA-JMC professional courses the weightage of internal marks are of 30% whereas in B.Com and B.Sc the internal marks are of 20%.

The syllabus of each subject in every semester is divided into 4 units. After the completion of two units, internal assessment is carried out. Submission of an assignment is followed by a viva-voce to evaluate authencity of the work done by the students.

 

From the year 2015 to 2018, the two programmes B.Com and B.Sc (Maths) were annual course as per the curriculum of University. No weightage was allotted to internal examination till 2018, it was 100% weightage to external examinations. From 2019, these two programmes were converted into semester wise programme as per the curriculum of University so the total weightage of internal assessment is 20%  given and external assessment is of 80% of the total weightage.

 

B.Com (Hons.), BA-JMC, BCA and BBA being professional programmes are offered by the College. From year 2015, 70% of the total weightage was allocated to end semester external assessment while the remaining 30% of the total weightage was allotted to internal assessment. In BA-JMC from july 2021 the internal assessment weightage is 25% and external assessment weightage is 75%. Before july 2021 there was no weightage for internal assessment.

 

Continuous Internal Assessment

  • It is conducted through internal examinations which include

Sessionals (Tests & Cases)=15 marks

assignments/presentation= 10 marks

class participation/attendance= 5 marks

  • The summative evaluation process: 30 marks-Internals and 70- Externals depends on the programme policy as per university guidelines.
  • The theory paper marks in Internal Exams having weightage of 70 marks are converted into the ratio of 15 marks.
  • Those students who miss the Sessionals or assignments due to ill health or participation in extra-curricular activities of the college were given an opportunity to submit the assignment on an alternate date.

 

During the COVID-19 period, the mode has been shifted from offline to online for continuous internal evaluation. The students were provided with the details of E-Sarthi (College ERP). The link is as follows:

www.e-sarthi.lpcps.org.in/login.aspx

 

Internal Examinations- Codes of Conduct

  • DO NOT carry any unfair means with you such as books, note-books etc., mobile phones, smart phones or any digital equipments.
  • Bring your college Identity Card and Admit Card with you.
  • For any internal examination grievance, feel free to contact the Controller of Examinations, Dr. L.S. Awasthi by writing an application or by sending your internal examination related grievance on the email infolpcps@gmail.com
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2.5.2. Mechanism to deal with internal/external examination related grievances is transparent, time- bound and efficient (15)

2.5.2 Mechanism to deal with internal examination related grievances is transparent, time-bound and efficient.

The College maintains complete transparency in evaluation of the examination process. The college conducts internal examination well within the time frame of the college calendar. Proper conduct of Internal examination is ensured by the Principal, Controller of Examination and all the members of Examination Committee.

After the internal examination, the answer sheets are evaluated by the concerned course teacher. The respective subject teacher will hand over the answer sheets to the students for review and will discuss the answer with the students.

Grievance related to Internal Examination:

In case of any grievance, the student is advised to seek the Controller of Examinations by writing an application or by sending his/her grievance on the email id: infolpcps@gmail.com or internalexams.lpcps@gmail.com.

The Controller of Examination discusses it with the Principal and all Examination Committee members. The maximum time to resolve any grievance related to internal examination is 3 days from the date of grievance. The student is informed about the redressal of his/her grievance within the stipulated 3 days’ time.

Internal Examination Grievance Redressal Procedure:

  • For any internal examination related grievance, the college facilitate student to bring his/her grievance directly to Controller of Examination by writing an application mentioning his/her grievance or by sending his/her grievance on the email id: infolpcps@gmail.com or internalexams.lpcps@gmail.com.
  • The Controller of Examination in consultation with the Principal resolves the grievance and makes the necessary remark on the application which then comes back to the examination department.
  • The maximum time to resolve any internal examination grievance is 3 days.
  • After taking necessary steps, student is informed about the redressal of his/her grievance.

Thus the mechanism to deal with internal examinations related grievances is transparent, time-bound and efficient.

Internal Examinations- Codes of Conduct

  • Make sure that you are not carrying any unfair means with you such as books, note books, any paper etc.
  • DO NOT communicate with anyone during the internal examination hours.
  • DO NOT disobey the Invigilators.
  • DO NOT carry mobile phones, smart phones or any digital equipments with you.
  • Bring your college Identity Card and Admit Card with you.
  • For any internal examination grievance, feel free to contact the Controller of Examinations, Dr. L.S. Awasthi by writing an application or by sending your internal examination related grievance on the email infolpcps@gmail.com
  • Grievance related to External University Examinations:

In case of external end semester examination, students are given sufficient scope for the redressal of their grievances raised on evaluation of different papers. The students have two options either to file RTI or fill the scrutiny form. The students can download the scrutiny form through the University of Lucknow’s website and after completing the form it is submitted in the Examination department, University Of Lucknow. Link for the form is given below.

www.lkouniv.ac.in/en/page/download-forms

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Criteria 3- Research, Innovations and Extension (110)

3.1- Resource Mobilization for Research (15)

3.1.4 Number of Seminars/conferences/workshops conducted by the institution during the last five years (5)

LUCKNOW PUBLIC COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

       

3.1.3 Number of Seminars/conferences/workshops conducted by the institution during the last five years

 

 

 

 

Year

Name of the workshop/ seminar/ conference

No. of participants

Dates (from-to)

Link to the Activity report on the website

 

2018 - 2019

 

 

 

 

 

2018- 2019

Creativity and Enterpreneurship

200

29/08/2018 - 29/08/2018

 

 

2018- 2019

Workshop on NAAC by Prof. Rajiv Manohar

16

29/04/2019 - 29/04/2019

 

 

2018- 2019

NAAC Awareness Program

80

22/06/2019 - 22/06/2019

 

 

2019- 2020

 

 

 

 

 

2019- 2020

Yoga and Meditation

8

06/08/2019 - 08/08/2019

 

 

2019- 2020

Staff Development Program

17

16/09/2019 - 16/09/2019

 

 

2019- 2020

Workshop at SEBI

79

03/10/2019 - 04/10/2019

 

 

2019- 2020

Role of Information Technology

18

29/11/2019 - 29/11/2019

 

 

2019- 2020

Smart App in Education

17

30/11/2019 - 30/11/2019

 

 

2019- 2020

Study Skills for Success

21

12/12/2019 - 12/12/2019

 

 

2019- 2020

Investors Awareness by NSE

28

16/12/2019 - 16/12/2019

 

 

2019- 2020

Talk Show with Mr. Amit Goswami (Chartered Accountant)

50

18/12/2019 - 18/12/2019

 

 

2019- 2020

Career Challenges & Opportunities in Post Covid ERA

80

23/05/2020 - 23/05/2020

 

 

2019- 2020

Webinar on POST COVID 19: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

31

28/05/2020 - 28/05/2020

 

 

2020 - 2021

 

 

 

 

 

2020- 2021

Ethical Hacking and Hardware and Network

130

05/06/2020 - 06/06/2020

 

 

2020- 2021

Data Science Using Phyton

55

09/06/2020 - 09/06/2020

 

 

2020- 2021

Webinar on Entrepreneurship skills

100

20/06/2020 - 20/06/2020

 

 

2020- 2021

FDP on How to Conduct Interactive Online Sessions

100

04/07/2020 - 04/07/2020

 

 

2020- 2021

Handling Uncertainity

73

12/09/2020- 12/09/2020

 

 

2020- 2021

Cyber Fraud and Crime

149

26/09/2020- 26/09/2020

 

 

2020- 2021

Global Handwashing Day

20

15/10/2020- 15/10/2020

 

 

2020-2021

International conference on Women Empowerment and Entrepreneurship Development

200

13/03/2021- 13/03/2021

 

 

2021-2022

 

 

 

 

 

2021-2022

Exploring & Understanding the COVID-19 Pandemic: Preparedness and Response Measures, for 3rd Wave

50

17/07/2021-17/07/2021

 

 

 

NAAC Review by Jaipuria-First Visit

40

08/11/2021-08/1/2021

 

 

2021-2022

AWARENESS PROGRAMME ON
PROTECTION OF WOMEN AGAINST VIOLENCE

1000

23/11/2021-23/11/2021

 

 

2021-2022

NAAC Review by Jaipuria- Second Visit

40

01/12/2021-01/12/2021

 

 

2021-2022

NAAC Review by National PG College

40

29/12/2021-29/12/2021

 

 

2021-2022

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON GLOBAL POVERTY: CONCEPT MEASUREMENT AND IMPACT ON HUMANITIES

100

08/02/2022-08/02/2022

 

 

2021-2022

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY CELEBRATION

100

08/03/2022-08/03/2022

 

 

2021-2022

SEMINAR ON STRESS CAN BE YOUR FRIEND

50

23/03/2022-23/03/2022

 

 

2021-2022

YOGA SESSION BY DR BRIJENDRA PRATAP SINGH

100

02/04/2022-02/04/2022

 

 

2021-2022

PLACEMENT DRIVE WITH BUSKILLS EDUCATION AND RUDRA SHARES

120

02/04/2022-02/04/2022

 

 

                   

 

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3.1.1. Grants received from Government and non-governmental agencies for research projects, endowments, Chairs in the institution during the last five years (INR in Lakhs) (5)

3.1.2. Percentage of teachers recognized as research guides (latest completed academic year) 3.1.2.1. Number of teachers recognized as research guides

3.1.3. Percentage of departments having Research projects funded by government and non government agencies during the last five years (5)

3.2- Research Publication and Awards (15)

3.2.1. Number of papers published per teacher in the Journals notified on UGC website during the last five years 3.2.1.1. Number of research papers in the Journals notified on UGC website during the last five years (5)

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3.2.2. Number of books and chapters in edited volumes/books published and papers published in national/ international conference proceedings per teacher during last five years 3.2.2.1. Total number of books and chapters in edited volumes/books published and papers in national/ international conference proceedings year wise during last five years (10)

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3.3- Extension Activities (60)

3.3.4. Average percentage of students participating in extension activities at 3.3.3. above during last five years 3.3.4.1. Total number of Students participating in extension activities conducted in collaboration with industry, community and NonGovernment Organizations through NSS/ NCC/ Red Cross/ YRC etc., year wise during last five years (20)

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3.3.1. Extension activities are carried out in the neighborhood community, sensitizing students to social issues, for their holistic development, and impact thereof during the last five years (10)

Lucknow Public College of Professional Studies involves young minds in various extension activities conducted by the college and other organizations from time to time. The college organizes and motivates students to participate in various extension activities with a dual objective of not only sensitizing students about various social issues but also contributing to the community and strengthening community participation. The NSS units take part in various initiatives like environmental awareness, blood donation camps, cleanliness drives, Nukkad- Natak, cloth donation drives, old age home visits, etc.

Arpan- Every year the college conducts this campaign to save the poor from the cold in the winter season. Under this, the college collects clothes from the people and donates them to needy people. This tradition has been going on since 2016.

Nukkad-Natak- The drama club of the college takes the help of Nukkad-Natak to create awareness among the people. Under this programme, the college students visit major places in the city to make people aware of social problems like dowry, Major NGOs like “We Foundation” of the city also cooperates with the college in this from time to time.

Blood donation camps- To help the needy people, a blood donation camp is organized in the college, in which a large number of students and teachers help the people by donating blood.

Tree Plantation- The college celebrates its foundation day as Plantation Day. During this, a pledge is taken to make the environment green by planting saplings in and around the college.

Old age home visit- From the last year, a new tradition has been started with the aim of making the students aware of social responsibilities. Under this, college students go to the Old Age Home in the city to help the elderly there, as well as offer them some eatables and clothes.

7-Day Village Camp-  A seven-day camp is organized by NSS Unit at Nandpur village in Lucknow city. In this camp, students stay in the village for seven days and organize many programmes for cleanliness, plantation, and awareness of social issues there.

Impact- The college is constantly striving in the process of making the students better citizens. These objectives cannot be fulfilled through education alone. For this, it is necessary that the students are familiar with the problems of every section of society. In this sequence, this activity being conducted by the college is making the students more sensitive towards society. The ever-increasing participation of students in such activities is a sign that the institution is succeeding in its endeavor. The interaction of students outside the college is playing an important role in developing the art of communication in them. Thus students are sensitized to social issues and their holistic development. Such practices make them responsible and sensitive citizens of the country.

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3.3.3. Number of extension and outreach programs conducted by the institution through NSS/NCC/Red cross/YRC etc., ( including the programmes such as Swachh Bharat, AIDS awareness, Gender issues etc. and/or those organised in collaboration with industry, community and NGOs ) during the last five years (20)

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3.4 – Extension Activities (50)

3.4.1. The Institution has several collaborations/linkages for Faculty exchange, Student exchange, Internship, Field trip, On-the- job training, research etc during the last five years. (10)

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3.4.2. Number of functional MoUs with national and international institutions, universities, industries, corporate houses etc. during the (10)

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3.4.3. Number of extension and outreach Programmes conducted by the institution through NSS/ NCC/ Red Cross/ YRC etc., ( including the programmes such as Swachh Bharat, AIDS awareness, Gender issues etc. )and/or those organised in collaboration with industry, community and NGOs during the last five years (15)

3.4.4. Average percentage of students participating in extension activities at 3.4.3. above during last five years (20)

3.5. Collaboration (20)

3.5.1. Number of Collaborative activities for research, Faculty exchange, Student exchange/ internship per year (10)

3.5.2. Number of functional MoUs with institutions, other universities, industries, corporate houses etc. during the last five years (10)

Criteria 4- Infrastructure and Learning Resources (100)

4.1 Physical Facilities (30)

4.1.1. The Institution has adequate infrastructure and physical facilities for teaching- learning. viz., classrooms, laboratories, computing equipment etc. (5)

Lucknow Public College of Professional Studies is located in a well-connected reputed area of the city at the bank of Kathauta lake, providing a lush green vast playground for sports activities, swimming pool, well established and maintained infrastructure, state-of-the-art auditorium and a big conference room to cater the needs of seminars and conferences at national and international level, fully ventilated class rooms and equipped labs of physics, chemistry, computer and journalism- all facilitate teaching and learning.

The College is spread over 2.471 acres (10,000 square meter) of land. There are two academic blocks- ‘Block A’ and ‘Block B’ having 3697.47 sq.m. and 2839.51 sq.m. construction area respectively.

Classrooms: Pleasant Class Room is the place where students learn with zeal to achieve their goals. Classrooms are spacious, well ventilated and decorated with colours and curtains. The seating capacity of a class room is of 60 students, well-equipped with mounted LCD projectors, white screens and podium.

Conference Room: There is a well-equipped conference room with A/C and LCD, Internet facility and projector system. Conference room has sitting facility of more than 150 people.

Computer Labs: There are advanced & well-equipped three computer labs with latest configuration in the college. The labs are well supported with latest softwares version and strong anti-virus software support against invasion of viruses.

Well Stocked Library: LPCPS library is known as Swami Vivekanand Library. The library has a collection of Textbooks, Reference and Rare-books, Journals, magazines, e-journal and e-book. The library is using fully automating Integrated Library Management System-KOHA software. The circulation of books is based on Bar- Code. The library has a collection of 20,438 Books as a book bank facility for the students. The library has e-journal: J-Gate, IBI(Shoghsindhu), Taxman’s etc. Library has also plagiarism software Turnitin.

Laboratories: LPCPS provides well- equipped laboratories for its students. Physics and chemistry labs have been built for a better experience and learning process of student.

Media Lab- We also have a BAJMC lab with separate audio, visual and editing rooms for the overall learning and development in media field.

LPCPS Internet Radio- LPCPS has a well-established radio room which is used for the oral and aural grooming of the students.

Incubation Room: LPCPS has a well-furnished and well-designed incubation room. All the group activities and discussions take place here.

Counselling Room- The College counselling sessions are being held time to time for students proper grooming and guidance. The specialists teachers listen to the students, talk with them, try to find a way together to solve their problems and give them some advice.

Placement Cell- The placement cell plays a crucial role in locating job opportunities for undergraduates passing out students from the college by keeping in touch with reputed firms and industrial establishments.

E-SARTHI- LPCPS has launched an E-platform where students will get incessant solutions to all their academic needs. E-Sarthi is a platform where students will get regular updates regarding their attendance, class schedules, online exams and can get access to a brainteaser of their syllabus.

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4.1.2. The Institution has adequate facilities for cultural activities, sports, games (indoor, outdoor), gymnasium, yoga etc (5)

The college focuses on overall development of the students through participation in co - curricular activities and extra-curricular activities. Outdoor and Indoor sports are encouraged amongst students to groom them with qualities like leadership, team spirit and competitiveness. Ever since the inception of the college, the objective has been to provide holistic experience to the students and hence has taken measures to develop necessary infrastructure to achieve it. The college playground which has been used by the college has an approximate area of 4400 sq. meter and on an average 100-150 students use it daily.

Sports & Games: 

The college has assigned additional responsibility of sports to the in-charge for regular conduction of sports activities. The student’s council (Sport’s Club) also holds two dedicated positions as sports club head and in-charge to manage the sports events. The college has well equipped facilities for indoor sports like Table-Tennis, Carrom, Chess etc. Some of the outdoor sports activities carried out are Badminton, Basketball, Volleyball, Cricket, Football, Kabaddi, Athletic etc. Individual sports activities like wushu and swimming are encouraged. 

Auditorium: The College has a State-of-the-art auditorium, Shri Ramlal Memorial Auditorium with an area of 796 square meter; inaugurated by then Hon’ble’ governor Shri Ram Naik on 04 May, 2015. This well-furnished fully equipped and air-conditioned auditorium has a seating capacity of 1500.

Gymnasium: The college has an in-house open gym facility which the faculty and students can avail. The gymnasium has facilities like cycle, abdominal bench, Weights and Dumbbells. Regular Yoga sessions are also held in the college.

Swimming Pool- LPCPS has an indoor swimming pool which is 25m in length and 13m in breadth and 5.5m depth.

Cultural: Cultural activities are conducted on different occasions like first year induction, orientation day farewell, teacher’s day, national festivals, annual festivals at the end of the academic year.

Clubs- A club is “a group of students organized with a similar interest for a social, literary, athletic, political, or other common purpose”. Students have the opportunity to join any of these clubs in pursuit of their interest. There are following clubs functioning in the college:

  1. Anchor’s Club
  2. AI Club
  3. The Communicators
  4. Happening souls
  5. E-Cell
  6. Dance club
  7. Music club
  8. Drama club
  9. Sports club
  10. Kalakriti club

The College annual fest ‘XENIUM’

The College has also organised its mega annual cultural-sports fest XENIUM. It was a one-week long event, having a good number of gathering over there. The College has also successfully conducted international edition of annual fest XENIUM INTERNATIONAL in 2019-20, where participants of 23 countries who are studying different colleges in India were invited over here.

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4.1.3. Percentage of classrooms and seminar halls with ICT- enabled facilities such as smart class, LMS, etc. (10)

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4.1.4. Average percentage of expenditure, excluding salary for infrastructure augmentation during last five years(INR in Lakhs) (10)

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4.2 Library as a learning Resource (20)

4.2.1. Library is automated using Integrated Library Management System (ILMS) (4)

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4.2.2. The institution has subscription for the following e-resources 1. e-journals 2. e-ShodhSindhu 3. Shodhganga Membership 4. e-books 5. Databases 6. Remote access to e-resources (6)

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e-books newage publicationView Document
GST-Law e-journal usage reportView Document
Database J-gate e- journalsView Document
Turnitin plagiarism checker softwareView Document
Turnitin plagiarism (usage report)View Document
All e- journals membership detailsView Document
Template e-journals 4.2.2 SSRView Document
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e-Journals details ( DVV)View Document
e-Journals details NAAC( DVV)View Document

4.2.3. Average annual expenditure for purchase of books/e-books and subscription to journals/e- journals during the last five years (INR in Lakhs) (5)

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Budget Bill 2016-17View Document
Audit report 2016-21 SSRView Document
Template data 4.2.3 SSRView Document
Balance sheet 2017-21 (DVV)View Document
Balance sheet 2017-21 NAAC (DVV)View Document
Library book circulation 2016-17View Document
Library book circulation 2017-18View Document
Library book circulation 2018-19View Document
Library book circulation 2019-20View Document
Library book circulation 2020-21View Document
Budget Bills 2020-21View Document
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Budget Bills- 2019-20View Document
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Magazine Details - 2021View Document
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Library Manual Work 2016-17View Document
Library Manual Work 2017-18View Document
Library Manual Work 2018-19View Document
Library Manual Work 2019-20View Document
Library Manual Work 2020-21View Document

4.2.4 Percentage per day usage of library by teachers and students (foot falls and login data for online access) Data for the latest completed academic year

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Online login software data (DVV)View Document

4.3 IT Infrastructure (30)

4.3.1. Institution frequently updates its IT facilities including Wi-Fi (5)

 

 

Institution frequently updates its IT facilities including Wi-Fi

The college has always given priority for up-gradation of IT facilities. The college provides continuous and regular Internet access throughout the campus. The campus is Wi-Fi enabled. The college regularly updates the internet connection every year and as of now we have 5 multiple connections of Internet.Computersare installed at different places within the College campus (like a computer lab, incubation cell, accounts office, administration office, principal office, library, examination cell, faculty rooms, hostel etc.).

  • Wi-Fi facility is available throughout the campus area.
  • We have a leased line connection of 35 mbps in our college.
  • We have multiple connections of Wi-Fi (5 connections) separately for students and teachers.
  • LAN facility is available.
  • Since the entire campus is Wi-Fi enabled; all the computers including desktops as well as laptops can access internet facility.
  • There are three computer labs in our college.
  • The college is also in the process of automating all its manual work via ERP System. 
  • We have online admission module in our college.

The plans for infrastructural development and up-gradation are given top priority as the College realizes the correlation between adequate infrastructure and effective teaching – learning. The strategiesadopted for ensuring adequate infrastructure are as follows:

 

  • At the beginning of the academic year, the college administration works for the up-gradation of existing infrastructure after assessment based on the suggestions from Heads of the departments, IT initiative and Website Committee report and lab technicians after reviewing course requirements, computer – student ratio, budget constraints , and also students grievances.
  • Effective utilization of infrastructure is ensured through appointment of adequate and well qualified lab in charges.
  • In the era of communication and information the college has always been reviewing the current needs and accordingly the internetbandwidth is upgraded from time to time.
  • The college provides its students well-furnished computer labs, with 172 computers exclusively for students to serve the day-to-day computing needs of students. The details of the computers are attached here.
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4.3.2. Student – Computer ratio (Data for the latest completed academic year) (10)

 

 

Student – Computer ratio (Data for the latest completed academic year)

                               The student- computer ratio is   8.5 : 1

 

 

Number of computers (For Students)

Total Number of students

 

172

1474

 

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4.3.3. Bandwidth of internet connection in the Institution Options: A. ≥50 MBPS B. 30 MBPS – 50 MBPS C. 10 MBPS – 30 MBPS D. 10 MBPS – 05 MBPS E. < 05 MBPS (15)

 

 

Bandwidth of internet connection in the Institution

Options:

A.  ≥ 50 MBPS

B.  30 - 50 MBPS

C.  10 - 30 MBPS           

D.  10 - 5 MBPS E. < 5 MBPS

 

Option C- 20 Mbps leased line connection in our college (till July 2020)

ADDITIONAL

  • 35 Mbps leased line connection in our college (2022-23)
  • There are 5 internet connections (broadband) in our college to provide internet facility. Each of these has a connection of 100 MBPS.
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4.4 Maintenance of Campus Infrastructure (20)

4.4.1. Average percentage of expenditure incurred on maintenance of infrastructure (physical and academic support facilities) excluding salary component during the last five years(INR in Lakhs) (10)

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4.4.2. There are established systems and procedures for maintaining and utilizing physical, academic and support facilities - laboratory, library, sports complex, computers, classrooms etc. (10)

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Criteria 5- Student Support and Progression (140)

5.1 Student Support (50)

5.1.3. Capacity building and skills enhancement initiatives taken by the institution include the following 1. Soft skills 2. Language and communication skills 3. Life skills (Yoga, physical fitness, health and hygiene) 4. ICT/computing skills (10)

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5.1.4. Average percentage of students benefitted by guidance for competitive examinations and career counselling offered by the Institution during the last five years (10)

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5.1.1. Average percentage of students benefited by scholarships and freeships provided by the Government during last five years (20)

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5.1.2. Average percentage of students benefitted by scholarships, freeships etc. provided by the institution / non- government agencies during the last five years (5)

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5.1.5. The Institution has a transparent mechanism for timely redressal of student grievances including sexual harassment and ragging cases (5)

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5.2 Student Progression (30)

5.2.1. Average percentage of placement of outgoing students during the last five years (10)

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5.2.2. Average percentage of students progressing to higher education during the last five years (10)

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5.2.3. Average percentage of students qualifying in state/national/ international level examinations during the last five years (eg: JAM/ NET/SLET/GATE/ GMAT/CAT/GRE/ TOEFL/ Civil Services/State government examinations, etc.) (5)

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5.3 Student Participation and Activities (50)

5.3.1. Number of awards/medals for outstanding performance in sports/cultural activities at university/state/national / international level (award for a team event should be counted as one) during the last five years. (20)

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5.3.2. Institution facilitates students’ representation and engagement in various administrative, co-curricular and extracurricular activities following duly established processes and norms (student council, students representation on various bodies) (5)

 

 

5.3.2 Institution facilitates students’ representation and engagement in various administrative, co-curricular and extracurricular activities (student council / students representation on various bodies as per established processes and norms)

Lucknow Public College of Professional Studies has always been working upon nurturing and enrichment of its students. As a part of higher education system , persistent efforts are made from time to time for 360 degree development of students. For the same, The LTF (LPCPS Task Force) has been formed since 2016-17 which together with faculties work for the holistic development of students to make their dream come true. Starting from college discipline to conducting academic and non- academic activities, cultural events, placement drives and various other events.

ADMINISTRATIVE REPRESENTATION

The LTF heirarchy comprises of three main heads at the college level-

The Discipline head (Third year)

The Management head (Third year)

The Academic head (Third year)

Class representative male and female.

Five LTF heads are assigned from each class who report to the LTF Faculty head. .

COMMITTEES

  The committees have been formed to ensure proper co-ordination and supervision of college activities.

Internal Complaints Committee was formed in the year 2016 for handling internal complaints grievances through offline and online modes. The committee comprises of a Coordinator (Faculty),  Co-coordinator, Members and Student representative.

Student’s Grievances Redressal Committee was formed in the year  2016 for handling student grievances through offline and online  modes. The committee  comprises of  Coordinator (Principal), Co-coordinator (Dean Academics), Members and Student representatives.

Hostel and Mess Committee was formed in the year 2016 to look to the matters concerning hostel rules and regulations and grievance redressal of students. The committee comprises of Co-ordinator (Faculty), Hostel Wardens (Boys and Girls), Co-coordinator, Incharge and Student representative.

Co-curricular Committee was formed in the year 2016 to discuss co-curricular activity agendas. The committee comprises of  Chairperson, Faculty members and Student Representatives.

Active participation of all students in various cultural and academic activities is ensured so that students get quality education with a good learning experience. Students are an active part of decision making process in administrative matters of the college.

CO-CURRICULAR AND EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Co-curricular activities-

  • Essay competition
  • Conferences
  • Seminars
  • Convocation

Extra curricular activities-

  • XeniuM
  • Basketball tournament
  • Rashtriya Job fair
  • Workshops and other important activities.

EVENTS

Orientation Day

Freshers Day

Farewell Day

Arpan (Clothes Donation camp)

Old Age Home Visit

Blood donation camp

Various awareness programmes like – Organ Donation programme, Hygiene and Waste management

Recreational activities are all managed and organised by the then existing LTF heads and their team drawn from faculty and student representatives.

CULTURAL CLUBS

Clubs have been formed to provide a platform to the students where they can enhance their skills and showcase their talent.

The Drama Club

The Art and Craft Club

The Music Club

The Dance Club

The Anchor’s Club

The Sports Club

The Communicators

TECHNICAL CLUBS

The Artificial Intelligence Club (AI club)

The Entrepreneurship Cell (E-cell)

The Happening Souls Club

The Happening Souls Media

The Happening Souls Publishing

 

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5.3.3. Average number of sports and cultural events/competitions in which students of the Institution participated during last five years (organised by the institution/other institutions) (20)

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5.4 Alumni Engagement (10)

5.4.1. There is a registered Alumni Association that contributes significantly to the development of the institution through financial and/or other support services (5)

 

 

5.4.1 ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

 The alumni association of Lucknow public college of professional studies was formed on 13th August 2021 under the title “Lucknow Public College of Professional Studies Alumni Association” with the Reg. No: LUC/05684/2021-22, with the objective of maintaining healthy relationships between the alumni and all the members of the college. LPCPS and the Alumni association jointly believe in creating and maintaining association with its alumni. The Alumni Association provides an interface for establishing a link between the alumni, staff, and students at the college. The Alumni Association registered office is on the college campus.

As of now, Alumni Association consists of 7 members i.e., President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and 3 ex-official members. LPCPS Alumni Association has two categories of membership: 1. Lifetime Member and 2. General Member. The registration fee for Lifetime Member is Rs. 1000/- and for General Member is Rs. 100/- but also Association is ready to accept the donation of larger sums and welcomes any contribution from those who are willing to offer.

 Alumni Association Contribution through various means at LPCPS

1. Alumni Interaction: Alumni are invited as resource persons at various events, guest lectures and panel discussions. They provide inputs and share their experiences regarding skills, recent technologies & trends in corporate world, and corporate working culture.

2. Placement & Career Guidance Assistance: Alumni are working in organizations at various capacities. They keep the faculties and the placement officer abreast about the available job opportunities. They also share their experience with the students and motivate them for their career development in various domains.

3. Entrepreneurship Awareness: Some of our Alumni have established start-ups in different sectors, many of them are first generation entrepreneurs. They decided to become entrepreneurs during their academic span at LPCPS. Through the journey as an entrepreneur, they learnt various skills & knowledge. They enlighten the students with their success stories and challenges faced.

4. Alumni Meet: We at LPCPS have a tradition of inviting alumni for Annual Alumni Meet in the month of February. In this meet the alumni get chance to reconnect with the Alma mater and old friends. These inputs are helpful to academicians for molding the aspiring students. Alumni could generate a network of graduates who will, in turn, help to raise the profile of the College.

5. Promoting College Events: Alumni Associates will conduct various events at LPCPS. One of the mega events at XENIUM is a flagship event which is getting much more popular year after year. Alumni take active role in planning and organizing “XENIUM” as well as the branding of college.

LPCPS has also taken several steps to engage Alumni. Below is the list of events where LPCPS Alumni are engaged.

S. No.

Name of the Event

Date

Time

1

Alumni Meet - SANGAM

08/02/2020

11:30 AM

2.

Donation Drive (ARPAN)

07/01/2019

10:30 AM

3.

Alumni Meet-

18/02/2019

11:00 A.M

4.

Cricket Match (Friendly Cricket Match)

15/09/2017

10:30 AM

 

5.4.2. Alumni contribution during the last five years (INR in Lakhs) (5)

5.4.2. Alumni contribution during the last five years (INR in Lakhs) (5)

5.4.2 Funds / Alumni contribution during the last five years                    

Session

Function

Date

Amount Contributed in Cash

2020-21

Alumni Meet

Not Conducted

NIL

2019-20

Alumni Meet

08-02-2020

Rs 190000

2018-19

Alumni Meet

18-02-2019

Rs 160000

2017-18

Alumni Meet

11-02-2018

Rs 160000

2016-17

Alumni Meet

26-02-2017

Rs 120000

 

Criteria 6- Governance, Leadership and Management (100)

6.1 Institutional Vision and Leadership (10)

6.1.1. The governance of the institution is reflective of and in tune with the vision and mission of the institution (5)

Vision and Mission of the institution

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6.1.2. The effective leadership is visible in various institutional practices such as decentralization and participative management (5)

Lucknow Public College of Professional Studies has a decentralized and participative management system for organization governance.

Governing Body- This is the final decision-making body of the college. Every decision taken by the GM is finally approved by the members of governing body through consensus.

General Manager- General Manager represents the “Lucknow Public educational Society”. All the recommendations made by the Principal and other committees are implemented by GM.

Principal- The key person of the organization deals with the students, IQAC, COE, Library, Proctorial Board, TPC, and administration. The Principal consults with the Dean (academics) for all the academic matters.

Dean:- With the help of two coordinators the Dean manages the academic activities and conducts meetings with HODs for day-to-day college activities.

Academic coordinators- The college has two academic coordinators for all the teaching-related planning and day-to-day engagements of the academics.

Five HODs- The head of the department work with the faculty members for all the teaching-related assignments.

-Different clubs and LTF members work under the Student Council Faculty Head who informs the student-related issues. which brings to the notice of the principal through the above channel.

The above channel empowers all stakeholders (Students, Teachers, and Management) of the organization in a democratic and participative decision-making process for an effective outcome. Adequate power and autonomy are given to all authorities (Director, Principal, Dean, Heads, etc.) to perform their role. Participation of the faculties and students through the committees allows them to give suggestions and feedback to the authorities. The administrative officers and faculty members are involved in creating policies and procedures, deciding guidelines, rules & regulations pertaining to admission, examination, events, placement, discipline, grievance, counseling, training & development, library, etc. Students also plays important role in maintaining discipline and conducting cultural or academic events. Students from all courses are selected for the LTF team under various categories ( Academic, sports, discipline, drama, etc). Different clubs of the college perform under the guidance of club heads with the support of LTF members. Faculty members are given representation in various committees and clubs. All the committees and cells have operational autonomy. Alumni are also considered in the decision-making process through the Alumni association.

Case study on decentralization and participative management:

Annual event Xenium is organized by the LPCPS every year. In 2020, this was organized as Xenium International. Students from all over India and abroad participate in this mega event. These seven days events with hundred plus activities are only conducted by LPCPS faculty, staff, and students. Different clubs and committees of students play major roles in organizing the events. The hospitality of the guest students is managed by students as well as admin staff. The Proctorial board maintains the discipline during the whole event with the help of LTF discipline members.

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6.2 Strategy Development and Deployment (10)

6.2.1. The institutional Strategic/ perspective plan is effectively deployed (2)

6.2.1 The institutional Strategic / Perspective plan is effectively deployed

Lucknow Public College of Professional Studies (LPCPS) started its journey with two courses (BCA and BBA) in 2009. Under the strategic plan, LPCPS focused on increasing the number of new courses. Under this, B.Com and B.Com Honors courses were started in 2014, and BAJMC and B.Sc courses were started in 2016. As per the perspective plan, the college decided to launch certification courses. In 2016 college started six certificate programs including video & photography, tally, French, and IIT Bombay certification programs. similarly, in 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 many more programs were started. The aim of these programmes is to provide employable education to the LPCPS students.

Year wise following courses were started.

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME OFFERED IN 2016-17

IIT Bombay  Spoken Tutorials

 

2016-2017

Cyber Security

 

2016-2017

French

 

2016-2017

Tally

 

2016-2017

Personality Development

 

2016-2017

Video & Photography

 

2016-2017

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME OFFERED IN  2017-18

Programming in Python

 

2017-2018

Wu-Shu

 

2018-2019

GST

 

2018-2020

Income Tax & Assessment Filling

 

2018-2021

ST course in Effective Communication

 

2018-2022

Artificial Intelligence

 

2018-2023

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME OFFERED IN  2019-20

Yoga

 

2019-2020

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME OFFERED IN  2020-21

NISM

 

2020-2021

The above courses are running successfully. The employability ratio of the students increased due to these courses. These courses also enhance students' knowledge of their regular courses. Several other plans were effectively deployed in recent years like smart class, green energy campus, etc. As a process of digitalization, our library is fully automated using an integrated library management system (Koha). overall the college achieved the target as per the last five-year perspective plan in all areas.

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6.2.2. The functioning of the institutional bodies is effective and efficient as visible from policies, administrative setup, appointment and service rules, procedures, etc. (4)

6.2.2 Composition of Organogram

 

COMPOSITION OF GOVERNING BODY

  • Chairperson-General Manager
  • Management Representative- Director LPCPS
  • University Representatives- 02
  • Faculty Representatives-02

GENERAL MANAGER

PRINCIPAL

CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATION

  • Controller Examination-01
  • Deputy Controller Examination-01

PROCTORIAL BOARD

  • Chief Proctor-01
  • Proctor -09

DEAN ACADEMICS

  • Dean Academics-01

Academic Coordinator

  • Academic Coordinator-02

Composition of Student Council Faculty Head

  • Faculty Head-01

Head Of Departments

  • HOD Department of Computer Science-01
  • HOD Department of Management-01
  • HOD Department of Commerce-01
  • HOD Department of Arts-01
  • HOD Department of Science-01

Faculty Members

  • Department of Science-08
  • Department of Computer Science-07
  • Department of Commerce-15
  • Department of Management-08
  • Department of Arts-04

Students Development Programmes-In-Charge

  • In-charge-01

LIBRARY

  • Chief Librarian-01
  • Assistant Librarian-01

COMPOSITION OF ACADEMIC COUNCIL

  • Chairman-01
  • Vice-Chairman-01
  • Secretary-01
  • Members-14

Compositions of All Committee

  • Student Grievance Redressal Committee

Coordinator-01, Co-ordinator-01, Member-04, Student Representative-02

  • Internal Complaints Committee

Coordinator-01, Co-cordinator-01, Member-02, Student Representative-01

  • Anti-Ragging Committee

Chairman-01, Secretary-01, Members-04

  • Career Guidance and Placement Committee

Chairperson-03

  • Proctorial Board

Chief Proctor-01, Proctors-09

  • Research And Project Committee

Coordinator-01, Co-cordinator-01, Member-02

  • Library Committee

Coordinator-01, Co-cordinator-01, Member-05

  • Examination Committee

Controller of Examinations-01, Deputy Controller of Examinations-01, Members-09

  • Grievance Redressal Committee- Employee

Chairman-01, Secretary-01, Members-02

  • Co-Curricular Management Committee

Coordinator-01, Co-cordinator-01, Member-03

  • Hostel And Mess Committee

Coordinator-01, Girls-Hostel Warden-01, Boys-Hostel Warden-01, Member-01, In-Charge-01, Student Representative-01

  • Admission Committee

Chairperson-01, Vice-Chairperson-01, Coordinator-01, Members-06

  • Alumni Committee

Coordinator-01, Co-cordinator-01, Member-06

  • IT Initiative and Website Committee

Coordinator-01, Co-cordinator-01, Member-05

  • Maintenance Committee

Coordinator-01, Co-Coordinator-01, Member-03, Branch Supervisor-01

  • Internal Feedback Committee

Chairman-01, Vice-Chairman-01, Member-04

COMPOSITION OF TRAINING AND PLACEMENT CELL

  • Head Training-01
  • Head Counselling-01, Member-01

 

 

COMPOSITION OF IQAC

  • Chairperson- Head of the Institution-01
  • Senior Teacher-Director IQAC--01
  • Director-LPCPS-Management Representative-01
  • Nominee from Employers-01, Industries-01, Stakeholders-01
  • Senior Administrative Officers-02
  • Faculty Members-04
  • Nominee each from Local Society, Students and Alumni-02

COMPOSITION OF ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

  • Coordinator-01, Co-cordinator-01, Member-06

COMPOSITION OF HR DEPARTMENT

  • HR Head-01
  • HR Co-ordinator-01
  • HR Executive-02

COMPOSITION OF ADMINISTRATION

Hostel Warden

  • Warden (Girls Hostel)-01, Hostel Caretaker-01
  • Warden (Boys Hostel)-01

 Office Representatives

  • Representative Members-03

Branch Supervisor

  • Branch Supervisor-01

Accounts Head

  • Accounts Head-01, Junior Accountant-02

Transport In-charge

  • Transport In-charge-01

*****

 

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6.2.3. Implementation of e-governance in areas of operation (4)

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6.3 Faculty Empowerment Strategies (30)

6.3.1. The institution has effective welfare measures for teaching and nonteaching staff (5)

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6.3.2. Average percentage of teachers provided with financial support to attend conferences/workshops and towards membership fee of professional bodies during the last five years (10)

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6.3.3. Average number of professional development /administrative training programs organized by the institution for teaching and non teaching staff during the last five years (5)

6.3.3.1. Total number of professional development /administrative training Programmes organized by the institution for teaching and non teaching staff year wise during the last five years

 

Year

2016 - 2017

2017 - 2018

2018 - 2019

2019 - 2020

2020 - 2021

Number

0

0

2

5

1

 

 

Formula:

 

 

=( 2 + 5 + 1)/ 5

= 1.6

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6.3.4. Average percentage of teachers undergoing online/ face-to-face Faculty Development Programmes (FDP) during the last five years (Professional Development Programmes, Orientation / Induction Programmes, Refresher Course, Short Term Course etc.) (5)

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6.3.5. Institutions Performance Appraisal System for teaching and nonteaching staff (5)

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6.4 Financial Management and Resource Mobilization (20)

6.4.1. Institution conducts internal and external financial audits regularly (6)

Lucknow Public Educational Society is operational in the state of Uttar Pradesh & Delhi. The society has been set up to establish educational institutions to provide quality education and to work towards global development of the students.

Internal Audit

Internal Audit is planned and performed by the Management of Lucknow Public College of Professional Studies. The Financial Statements are prepared on the historical cost convention and the proper books of account are kept by the college. These statements are prepared in accordance with the Generally Accepted Accounting Principle (GAAP) and the applicable mandatory Accounting Standards. The preparation of financial statements requires adoption of estimates and assumptions that can affect the reported amount of revenue, expenditure, assets and liabilities as well as the disclosure of contingent liabilities. Difference between the actual results and estimates are recognized in the year in which they become known or materializes.   

External Audit

R. P. Verma & Co, Chartered Accountants, have been our Statutory Auditors for the last 5 years. They are independent auditors appointed by the Society to conduct the audit of the financial statements of the Society. They have not pointed out any weakness in the internal control system. The reports of the statutory auditors are available for the last 5 years. They have stated in their report that proper books of accounts have been kept by the Society and expressed opinion that the financial statements give a true and fair view in conformity with the accounting principles on the Balance Sheet and Income & Expenditure Account. The qualified opinion is not related to the systems and procedures or the internal control systems.

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6.4.2. Funds / Grants received from non-government bodies, individuals, philanthropers during the last five years (not covered in Criterion III) (8)

6.4.2.1: Total Grants received from non-government bodies, individuals, Philanthropers year wise during the last five years (INR in Lakhs).

Year

2016-2017

2017-2018

2018-2019

2019-2020

2020-2021

INR in Lakhs

NIL

15,200

1,82,500

3,09,342

25,000

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6.4.3. Institutional strategies for mobilisation of funds and the optimal utilisation of resources (6)

Lucknow Public College of Professional Studies is committed towards the overall growth and development of the students and for ensuring these institutional strategies are decided to work upon them by making proper implementation on all the decisions on time with full efficiency and effectiveness. This helps in allocating the available funds as per the listing of priorities. These institutional strategies required to be checked periodically for efficient and effective mobilization, allocation & utilization of limited resources.

The college is affiliated with University of Lucknow since 2009, and there by mainly depends on the fees from students for generating the funds for the different kind of expenses of the college and the college builds a positive image in the society by which it is able to generate funds from sponsorships also.

Management of Finance and Investments:

  • Management representatives monitor the expenses and collection of funds from the different sources like fees submission and collection of funds for different purpose.
  • Accounts department is liable for collecting the invoices and bills from the College Supervisor and recording the daily transactions and maintaining books of accounts of the College.
  • Head Office conducts internal verification of books of accounts of college and executes all the necessary work related to auditing and other statutory compliances.

Strategies for mobilization of funds:

The college is financially viable from the inception. This college has a method of managing and mobilizing its financial resources with ultimate transparency.

1. Different departments, committees and individual staff members has to submit the proposals for the events to the college principal which will monitor the need, sanction and execution of such proposals.

 2. The college encourages each section of the institution to find sponsors towards meeting the expenses for organization of events and activities.

 3. Active involvement of Alumni Association is ensured, while organizing any event, activity or outreach program.

4. The principal is expected to study and recommend various ways to channelize funds for the development of the institution.

 6. The new construction and maintenance works are to be sanctioned only after conducting a feasibility study under the guidance of principal.

7. Disaster relief and social outreach programs are being planned by the college on humanitarian grounds.

8. For meritorious students free ships are provided by the college.

9. College also focus on the co-curricular activities for the students and distribute funds for the sports and cultural activities.

10.  Tuition fee is used mainly for the college infrastructure as well as academic activities.

11. As finalized by the Management, the funds are used according to the needs in the different heads as mentioned below:

  • Expenditure on maintenance of academic facilities.
  • Expenditure on maintenance of physical facilities.
  • Expenditure for infrastructure augmentation.
  • Expenditure on cultural & social welfare.
  • Expenditure on research and innovations.

6.5 Internal Quality Assurance System (30)

6.5.1. Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) has contributed significantly for institutionalizing the quality assurance strategies and processes (10)

​​​​Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) has contributed significantly for institutionalizing the quality assurance strategies and processes.

Response:

 

  1. Mentor-Mentee Role
    1. Mentor- Mentee facility for newly appointed faculty.
    2. Mentor- Mentee facility for Students.

 

  1. Mentor-Mentee facility for newly appointed faculty Objectives:
    • To make conversant the newly appointed faculty members with organizational environment.
    • To make conversant the faculty on the policies and practices of the college.
    • To make conversant the faculty with the students.
    • To help faculty in preparation of lecture plan and completion of the syllabus.

Functions:

 

The mentee can take suggestions from the mentor in relation to make notes, conduction of classes, attendance records, topics related with syllabus and other required matters. This is the responsibility of the mentor to guide the mentee about college policies, cultures, rules and regulation. A report of discussions held with mentee to be submitted by mentor at the end of semester and mentee submits the feedbacks of such discussions. A minimum of two meetings are held in a semester.

Outcome:

 

This practice provides the mentee to make conversant with the organizational policy, customs and practices adopted by the college so that mentee can work adequately. Classroom training, lecture delivery and ICT methodologies are made aware as the mentor shares the same domain. This saves the adaptability time for mentee.

 

  1.  Mentor–Mentee facility for students

 

Objective:

It is the practice of the college to allot a faculty member as a mentor to the students. In the mentor- mentee process, the mentor looks after the allotted students in both personal and professional aspect. The mentor tries to understand the goals, interest and hobbies of the student and guide him how to achieve them.

Functions:

To provide efficient mentorship of each and every student of the college, total students of the college divided by number of facilities working in the college. So that mentor can provide proper counseling in relation to studies, career objectives and goals. The Mentor creates a bonding with the students and makes them feel comfortable in discussing and sharing their psycho-social and personal issues.

Outcome:

 

The process of Mentoring delivers guidance and counseling to the students in their overall development. It helps the students to recognize their strength and weaknesses and with the support of Mentorship to overcome their weaknesses and convert it into their strength.

  1. Organising regular seminar, conference and workshop for students and faculty to strengthen Research culture in the Institution

IQAC encourages the faculty members and students to actively contribute in research activities in the college and outside the college. Faculty members are allowed to take OD facility to attend conferences, seminars, symposiums, FDPs, workshops and orientation programmes conducted by other institutions. It provides guidance and expertise to the faculty to publish research papers in UGC care listed, Scopus listed, WOS listed Journals.

College conducts workshops, seminars and talk shows for the students to guide them how to write research papers and present them in seminars/ conferences and publish them in reputed Journals/ Magazines. Faculty members are required to publish at least two research papers in UGC care/ Refereed Journals.

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6.5.2. The institution reviews its teaching learning process, structures & methodologies of operations and learning outcomes at periodic intervals through IQAC set up as per norms and recorded the incremental improvement in various activities (10)

6.5.2 The institution reviews its teaching learning process, structures & methodologies of operations and learning outcomes at periodic intervals through IQAC set up as per norms and recorded the incremental improvement in various activities

 

Preparation of Lesson Plan:

The teaching-learning process is continuously reviewed by the Institution. The teaching plan for the semester is effectively implemented as per the guidelines of University of Lucknow. Faculty members are instructed to prepare their lesson plan in the beginning of the semester for their respective courses. The lesson plan includes topics, planned date, content analysis, expected learning outcome, instructional strategies/ resource usage and the evaluation technique. Lesson plans are strictly followed by the teachers and it is monitored by the concern HOD’s and Dean Academics. The lecture delivery system is analyzed with the help of lesson plan. HOD’s and Dean Academics take rounds and observe lectures delivered by the staff, and review the progress of the completion of the syllabus in the staff meeting periodically. Teachers are expected to conduct remedial classes for slow learners as well as grooming and preparatory classes for mediocre and advance learners. The Principal and Dean Academics review the implementation of the academic calendar. Any discrepancy in the implementation is taken very seriously. Through these measures the teaching learning process and general discipline have improved. Review of learning outcome is done by taking feedback from the students. Oral feedback is taken by the Dean Academics and the Principal, and written feedback is also in practice. According to the students feedback corrective measures are taken by the Dean Academics and Principal.

 

Mapping the Students according to their performance:

As per the recommendation of the IQAC the students are mapped in three categories Level 1(Advance Learner), Level 2 (Mediocre Learner), and Level 3 (Slow learner). In the beginning of each academic session a subject wise exam is conducted by the college for the 1st semester students to identify the levels of the students and a bridge course is provided by the subject experts to slow learner students so that they can able to understand the basic concepts. The mentors are appointed to monitor the students for improvement of their university results. The main objective of the mapping is to identify, counsel students who are slow learners in academics and have less attendance and also to encourage them to attend remedial classes. The following practices will be adopted as per the level of students.

 

Level 1: (>/= 75%)

 

The high performers are provided additional assignments, advanced level problems. Classes such as JAM,  CAT by Catapult and other competitive classes.

 

Level 2: (<75% but >50%)

 

Mediocre students are those who manage to pass or clear their subjects. They will be counseled by the class mentors and motivated to practice more for improving their performance and are also provided grooming and preparation classes.

 

Level 3: (</= 50%)

Slow learners are students who need special attention. They are provided Bridge course by subject experts during the 1st semester and Remedial classes at the end of the semester. A continuous evaluation of their performance is undertaken by the faculty members by conducting frequent written and oral test. According to the requirement of students one to one class is also provided during the semester.

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6.5.3. Quality assurance initiatives of the institution include: 5. Regular meeting of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC); Feedback collected, analysed and used for improvements 6. Collaborative quality intitiatives with other institution(s) 7. Participation in NIRF 8. any other quality audit recognized by state, national or international agencies (ISO Certification, NBA) (10)

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Criteria 7- Institutional Values and Best Practices (100)

7.1 Institutional Values and Social Responsibilities (50)

7.1.1. Measures initiated by the Institution for the promotion of gender equity during the last five years. (5)

7.1.1 MEASURES INITIATED BY THE INSTITUTION FOR THE PROMOTION OF GENDER EQUITY DURING THE LAST FIVE YEARS.

Lucknow Public College of Professional Studies organizes various programmes for equipping and empowering women. The college regularly conducts awareness programmes to sensitize female students of their rights through sessions and seminars on women safety and women empowerment.

College also appoints female students in LTF and various clubs from diverse culture, religion,race etc that helps them to develop and enhance their leadership qualities. College takes utmost care about the safety and security of women students, and ensures measures for a safe working environment through the following ways:

a. Safety and security:

The college has Proctorial Committee for continuous monitoring of the security in the campus. The complaints related to the violation of disciplines are reported to the proctorial committee and are resolved with the consent of the principal.
Night Vision CCTV camera is also installed in the common area of the hostel and in every possible corner of the campus for safety of the students esp. females.
The college has an Internal Complaints Committee to take necessary action on any sensitive issues related to students which helps to ensure their vibrant presence. Both formal and informal counseling is done by the Internal Complaint Committee of the college.The college has girls hostel for the accommodation of distant location students. Security in hostel is maintained by deployment of female staff.

b. Counseling: Faculty members motivate the students to improve their overall personality by participating in various activities organized by the college like debate, essay writing competition etc. The college has mentor mentee scheme (2020 onwards), in which the mentor follows the development of the mentee by providing personal counseling at the different stages.

c. Common Room facility (2016) is provided to females for rest and recreational activities. Female students can relax, study and have informal discussions in free time. It has furniture to sit and is kept neat and clean for comfortable ambience.

d. Day Care Center-: College has a day care center (creche with microwave, induction, toys etc. facility for kids of staff members 2021), to take care of the young children of the college employees so that staff esp. females can perform their duties without any worry.

Any other relevant information:

e. Sanitary Vending Machine (2018): Sanitary Napkin Vending Machine is installed in every female washroom of LPCPS which is a self-service vending machine used for dispensing Sanitary Napkins against acceptance of Coins. These machines take care of their privacy, cleanliness, health and sanitation.

f. Honour of Females on International Women’s Day allows to celebrate the achievements, to honour and recognize the hardworking and sincere women of the institution which motivates the other women to come forward.

g. The confidence building is done by organizing workshops, lectures, conferences seminars and webinars by eminent personalities to create legal awareness, health and hygiene among the students.

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7.1.2. The Institution has facilities for alternate sources of energy and energy conservation measures 6. Solar energy 7. Biogas plant 8. Wheeling to the Grid 9. Sensor-based energy conservation 10. Use of LED bulbs/ power efficient equipment (5)

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7.1.3. Describe the facilities in the Institution for the management of the following types of degradable and non-degradable waste (within 500 words)  Solid waste management  Liquid waste management  Biomedical waste management  E-waste management  Waste recycling system  Hazardous chemicals and radioactive waste management (4)

 

GUIDELINES FOR SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT

 

  1. The solid waste management will work at the root level. The Collection of dry and wet waste will be done. The Students will deposit in colored bins labeled as Dry (Green), Wet (Blue) and Hazardous waste (Red). Further segregation will be done by Supporting Staff.
  2. Class rooms have separate bins to collect dry waste.
  3. The waste that is generated by all sorts of routine activities carried out in the college that includes plastic, paper, glass, metal, food, etc. are segregated. Separating the waste will be the first crucial step in managing the college’s garbage.

 

GUIDELINES FOR LIQUID WASTE MANAGEMENT

 

  1. All waste water lines from toilets, bathrooms, kitchens, etc. must be connected to the septic tank.
  2. The chemical wastes must be collected from laboratories and disposed properly.
  3. The college will use waste plastic bottles, jars for making beautiful flower vases to create greenery in the campus.
  4. The College Shall educate our staff and students about using other ways of waste disposal, such as recycling and reusing. We will also conduct workshops and seminars for the same on a regular basis.

 

 

GUIDELINES FOR E- WASTE MANAGEMENT

  1. All the computer systems of LPCPS is further used by our sister concern branch.
  2. Instead of Frequently buying new computers, the computers exceeding their lifetime will be upgraded to meet the current needs.
  3. In a phased-out manner, batteries that don’t need refilling of distilled water will be used.

     

    Responses:-LPCPS practices best possible ways of managing the solid, liquid and E-waste byimplementing various activities to manage waste from its initial stages to the final disposal. Thisprocessiscompletelyeco-friendlyand economical.

    Key insights are as follows:

    Solid Waste Management:-The waste is generated by all sorts of routine activities carried outin the college that includes plastic, paper, glass, metal, food, etc. Separating the waste is thefirst crucial step in managing the college’s garbage. We have set up color coded bins fordifferent kinds of waste and making efforts to make sure that the right bins are being used. Weuse clearly labeled bins for dry and wet waste. Supporting staff collects, cleans, segregatesand compiles the waste in the dustbins provided on every floor. After that it is given to the authorized vendor for further processing.

    The total solid waste collected in the campus is 200802 gram/day approx. on an average, fromall the departments. Metal and wooden waste are stored and given to the scrap agent. Weadopt the policy of "Reduce, Reuse and Recycle".

    On September 23rd, 2019 SMS WatergraceMediwaste Management Pvt. Ltd.organized aworkshoponwastemanagementforthestudents.

    Liquid waste management:-All waste water lines from toilets, bathrooms, kitchens, etc. areconnected to the septic tank. The chemical wastes are collected from laboratories and disposed properly.

    E-Waste Management:-The E-Waste like keyboards, mouses, memory chips,motherboard, cartridges, etc. generated by electronic equipment such as TV. Phones, Printers,Fax and Photocopy Machines are recycled properly. The computer system which does not meet our needs , we give it to our primary school branch .

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7.1.4. Water conservation facilities available in the Institution: 6. Rain water harvesting 7. Borewell /Open well recharge 8. Construction of tanks and bunds 9. Waste water recycling 10. Maintenance of water bodies and distribution system in the campus (4)

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7.1.5. Green campus initiatives include (4) 7.1.5.1. The institutional initiatives for greening the campus are as follows: 1. Restricted entry of automobiles 2. Use of Bicycles/ Battery powered vehicles 3. Pedestrian Friendly pathways 4. Ban on use of Plastic 5. landscaping with trees and plants (4)

 

Green Practices

Responses:-

 

The objective of green practices.

 

  • To maintain a green and clean campus.
  • To create a healthy atmosphere.
  • To maintain an environment-friendly ecosystem in and around the campus of the college.
  • To create awareness among the people about go green practices.

 

Our environment is a precious gift on this planet and taking care of it is a prime duty of human beings. Our environment is facing a big danger. The saving environment is the need of the hour. Keeping this in mind LPCPS practices the best possible ways of making green and clean the campus by implementing various activities. 

 

Initiatives by College towards Sustainable Environment 

 

 

  1. Restricted entry of automobiles and Use of Bicycles:- We allow Staff and students parking to the designated parking area. Entry beyond that point is strictly prohibited. And the use of bicycles by the students is promoted by LPCPS to curb pollution.

 

  • Tree plantation:-  The purpose of the tree plantation is to save endangered environments and to beautify our life. Keeping this in mind LPCPS organizes every year tree plantation program on its foundation day. This activity brings out good in us and gives us a chance to show our love towards nature.

   

              Cleanliness is next to Godliness. Indian Government’s initiative like Swachh Bharat Abhiyan has given hope for a cleaner India. LPCPS takes pride in that we are along with the government’s camping to make a clean and healthy atmosphere on the college campus.

 

B. Battery-powered Vehicles:   Battery -Powered Vehicles are the least polluting mode of transportation. Keeping this thing in mind we use a Battery-Powered Rickshaw in campus. The introduction of e- rickshaws has been welcomed as a small step towards achieving an eco-friendly campus.

 

Public Transport:- Our campus is situated in the posh and fast-developed zone of the city. This makes sure that the teachers, students, and other staff members are able to enjoy the huge green setting and a panoramic location in a peaceful and conducive environment. The college always encourages students and staff to avoid personal vehicles and use public transport or take college transport facilities as it may help save and create a healthy environment.

 

  1. Pedestrian Friendly roads:-  Campus has sufficient space for parking vehicles of staff and students. Entry of vehicles inside the campus is restricted. Roads inside the campus are well maintained. Pedestrians can walk safely through the campus.

 

  1. Plastic-Free Campus:-  We believe in a plastic-free environment. We stand to explore sustainable alternatives and decrease the use of plastic bags on the college campus. We encourage students to use reusable alternatives to plastic bags and properly recycle plastic bags that they may use. We conduct workshops and seminars to spread awareness for the same on a regular basis.

 

  • Paperless Office:-  We always encourage office staff members and students to use less paper. We have taken several steps to make the office a paperless office.
  • Teachers create WhatsApp groups and share the information and notice to students through WhatsApp.
  • All departments of the college store the data and information through ERP system.


 

e.  Green landscaping with trees and plants:-  The entire college campus is divided and the separate ground is maintained with trees, rare and useful plants. We always promote keeping the college campus clean and green. We have been continuously conducting awareness workshops for faculties, students, and society for protecting and maintaining the environment.





 

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7.1.6. Quality audits on environment and energy are regularly undertaken by the institution (5)

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7.1.7 The Institution has disabled-friendly, barrier free environment 1. Built environment with ramps/lifts for easy access to classrooms. 2. Disabled-friendly washrooms 3. Signage including tactile path, lights, display boards and signposts 4. Assistive technology and facilities for persons with disabilities ( Divyangjan) accessible website, screen-reading software, mechanized equipment 5. Provision for enquiry and information : Human assistance, reader, scribe, soft copies of reading material, screen reading (4)

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7.1.8. Describe the Institutional efforts/initiatives in providing an inclusive environment i.e., tolerance and harmony towards cultural, regional, linguistic, communal socioeconomic and other diversities (within 500 words). (5)

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7.1.9. Sensitization of students and employees of the Institution to the constitutional obligations: values, rights, duties and responsibilities of citizens (4)

 

7.1.9  Sensitization of students and employees of the Institution to the constitutional obligations: values, rights, duties and responsibilities of citizens

 

India is a country with diversity in culture, religion and tradition. We Indians belong to different geographical locations with vast differences in culture, society, language, caste and ethnic diversities governed and guided by the Constitution irrespective of caste, religion and gender. Lucknow Public College of Professional studies sensitizes its students and employees to the constitutional obligations about values, rights, duties, and responsibilities of citizens which enables them to conduct as a responsible citizen. The college has always been working on overall development of the students be it academic or curricular activities. To enhance student’s  knowledge, skills and values, a proper supportive environment is setup.

Cultural Celebrations like –

  • Vasant Panchami
  • Ganesh Chaturthi
  • Christmas
  • Id-Ul-Fitr
  • Lohri
  • Supporting  staff  honouring ceremony (2nd October)

  National Days like -

  • Republic Day
  • Independence Day
  • Martyr’s Day
  • National Youth Day (Yuva Diwas) are celebrated to establish a connect between the youth and the nation.

Sessions like

  • International yoga day
  • Anti Smoking / tobacco day
  • World Environment day
  • Waste Management have been successfully organised to spread awareness among students regarding importance of staying healthy and fit and curbing unsocial activities.

Programs on Social issues like -

  • Session on Gender Equality.
  • One day conference on women empowerment and entrepreneurship development.
  • Debate competition on Nationalism.
  • Nukkad natak performed by LPCPS students on eradicating dowry are some of the initiatives to spread awareness.

Special Initiatives like

Blood Donation Camp -As a part of corporate social responsibility, LPCPS has been organising a blood donation camp from past several years at its own campus with a massive participation of students and faculties.

Arpan -‘To make someone happy is the best feeling of achievement’ and with this motto every year the college organises ARPAN where clothes and food is donated to the poor and needy thereby sensitising the students towards humanity.

Old Age Home visit -To strengthen family bonds and develop respect for elders, every year the college organises visit to the old age home where students and staff meet the elderly persons and try to add some moments of happiness in their lives by gifting them smiles through products of their need.

Plantation drives – Every year saplings are planted by students and faculties as an initiative to save environment and promote healthy living.

The affiliating University i.e University of Lucknow frames its curriculum by including subjects namely Language and cultural studies, contemporary social issues, fundamentals of environmental sciences, Indian value system etc to provide an essence of Indian traditional knowledge to the students and their responsibility towards their environment.

During the Pandemic, the college had been able to rope in the students, through the page, with the motivational messages and videos prepared by its students depicting the message “Stay home stay safe”, “No Mask No Entry” and motivating people to get vaccinated.

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7.1.10. The Institution has a prescribed code of conduct for students, teachers, administrators and other staff and conducts periodic programmes in this regard. (5)

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7.1.11. Institution celebrates / organizes national and international commemorative days, events and festivals (5)

7.1.11 Institution celebrates/organizes National/International commemorative days, event and festivals

The college organizes National/International commemorative days, events and festivals with enthusiasm which are as follows.

12th January-National Youth Day: The College celebrates National Youth Day on birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda.  Swami Vivekananda gave an important contribution in giving a modern and inspiring interpretation of Hinduism and spirituality.

26th January-Republic Day: The College celebrates Republic Day. On this day, formal events including flag-hoisting and march-past are organized and which are followed by “constitution awareness program”.

28th February-National Science Day: The College celebrates National Science day to spread the awareness about importance and application of science among the students.

8th March-International Women’s Day: The College promotes women empowerment and organizes the event to facilitate women for their contribution in the society.

14th April-Ambedkar Jayanti: The college organizes institutional events viz poetry, discussion and debate on Ambedkar Jayanti.

21st June-International Day of Yoga: This day is being celebrated throughout the world annually since June 2015 with an objective to bring about awareness about the health benefits of yoga and its several practices.

15th August-Independence Day- It is a grand event marked with the flag hosting by the Chief Guest and well-practiced march-past by many teams of Security Personnel. Cultural activities related to independence movement are exhibited.

5th September- Teacher’s Day- On 5th September, we celebrate Dr. Radhakrishnan’s birthday as Teacher’s Day with great fervor. The students organize a programme for the teachers and the Guru-Shishya parampara is celebrated.

2nd October-Gandhi & Shastri Jayanti- Gandhi and Shastri Jayanti is praised on 2nd October to stamp the birth commemoration of Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti.

31st October-Rashtriya Ekata Divas - In 2014, the Government of India introduced Rashtriya Ekta Diwas or National Unity Day with an aim to pay tribute to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel on his birth anniversary this day is celebrated as National Unity Day.

11th November - National Education Day: National Education Day is an annual observance in India to commemorate the birth anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, the first education minister of independent India, who served from 15 August 1947 to 2 February 1958. 

19th November- Rani Laxmibai Jayanti: The Queen of Jhansi, Rani Lakshmibai, was famously known as Rani of Jhansi. Rani Lakshmibai was one of the leading figures of the Rebellion of 1857 which began on May 10, 1857.

26th November–National Constitution Day: It is celebrated in India on 26 November every year to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution of India. On 26 November 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted to the Constitution of India, and it came into effect on 26 January 1950

1st December-International AIDS Day: World AIDS Day takes place on 1 December each year. It's an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, to show support for people living with HIV, and to commemorate those who have died from an AIDS-related illness

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7.2 Best Practices (30)

7.2.1. Describe two best practices successfully implemented by the Institution as per NAAC format provided in the Manual. (30)

7.2.1 Describe two best practices successfully implemented by the Institution as per NAAC format provided in the Manual.

 

BEST PRACTICE – 1

  1. Title of the Practice

Amalgamation of Personality and Behavioral Development through Grooming Classes

 

  1. Objectives of the Practice

The motto of the College is ‘To Grow with Education and Innovation’. LPCPS offers grooming classes at free of cost to its students as part of their curriculum. Through grooming classes the college aims to prepare the children as well- behaved ones and responsible citizens. The main objectives of grooming classes are:

  1. To introduce students to business etiquette and communication.
  2. To familiarize students with dress and grooming in a formal set up.
  3. To explain the importance and the use of courtesy.
  4. To introduce e-mail etiquette, telephone manners and overall conduct at the place of work.
  5. Exhibit seriousness towards career goals.

 

  1. The Context

Lucknow Public College of Professional Studies has a continuous policy of inclusivity and plurality. It is the vision of the college to empower its students through holistic and innovative education system. Hence, the college reaches out to its students as it is challenging for them to cope with the feelings and clarify beliefs and expectations, when they enter a corporate environment. This is reflected in their low selections in corporates at under- graduate level throughout the city.

 

The Management, in consultation with The Governing Body, decided that the best way to solve the problem is to provide grooming classes within the college premises. As a result several MoU were signed between College and outside parties.

 

The result of this experiment was tangible and students overcame their fear of facing interviews and qualifying competitive exams.

 

  1. The Practice

Grooming classes are provided by LPCPS with an aim to benefit each and every student. Apart from their academic curriculum college also provides personality development classes for grooming the confidence to dress up, look presentable and confident every day while hitting their workplace. The best part of a grooming class is real-time experience, where students get a good platform to learn and implement the skills learnt. Senior students become role models for fresher’s which ultimately helps to maintain college culture of sharing the work of others.

 

Grooming classes are divided in various fields which include courses related to student’s interest and necessary for their future job related interviews. Following is the detail of grooming classes:

S. No.

Title of Programme

1

Hindi Language

2

IIT Bombay

3

WU- Shu

4

YOGA & Meditation

5

Videography & Photography

6

Short Term Course for Effective Communication Skill

7

Programming in Python

8

NISM (National Institute of Securities Markets)

9

Income Tax Return Filing & Assessment

10

GST

11

Personality Development Program

12

French Language

13

Cyber Security

14

Artificial Intelligence

15

Tally Accounting

 

The college has various LTF and student clubs various LTF viz. Academic, Discipline and Management and clubs viz. Happening Souls, Artificial Intelligence club, Anchors Club, Arts & Craft Club, Dance Club, Dramatic Club, Music Club, Sports Club, E-Cell, Communicators, Which caters to technical, cultural, social, recreational, health and welfare needs and interests of the students. These clubs at LPCPS are joined and run by the students from across the programmes, where they drive various techno, management, and cultural activities throughout the year.

S. No.

Club Name

Faculty In-charge

1

Sports Club

Dr. Lav Srivastava

2

Drama Club

Mr. Neeraj Kumar Singh

3

Dance Club

Ms. Akanksha Rastogi

4

Arts & Craft Club

Ms. Saloni Agarwal

5

Music Club

Ms. Ankita Singh

6

Artificial Intelligence Club (A.I. Club)

Prof. L.S Awasthi

7

Anchors Club

Mrs Aanchal Praveen

8

The Communicators Club

Mr. Neeraj Singh 

9

Happening Souls Head

Mr. Aditya Vikram Singh

10

Happening Souls Media

Mr. Aditya Vikram Singh

11

Happening Souls Publishing

Mr. Aditya Vikram Singh

12

E-Cell

Mr. Rohit Kapoor

 

The combination of the new exposure (i.e., academics and grooming activities) helped the students to confidence in their actions.

 

  1. Evidence of Success

To cite the success stories of these grooming sessions many students have successfully completed LIBRE- OFFICE suite base test offered by the Spoken Tutorial Project IIT Bombay. This exam is funded by National Mission on Education through ICT; MHRD, Government of India. Students of LPCPS have started qualifying IIM entrance exam, qualify IIT JAM exam, paid internship and final placements in various companies even before the completion of their Graduation Programmes.

 

The data of placed students of last five year is given below:

2020-21

2019-20

2018-19

2017-18

2016-17

86

62

84

80

9

Table: Placed Students of last five years

 

The data of students qualified/selected in various exams/competition is given below:

Exams/Competition

Year

Name of the Student

CAT

2020-21

Abhinav Srivastava

Arya Srivastava

Samarth Srivastava

2019-20

Kritika Agarwal

 

Exams/Competition

Year

Name of the Student

JAM

2020-21

Shivangi Mishra

2019-20

Ansh Madheshiya

2018-19

Ashish Kumar

 

Exams/Competition

Year

Name of the Student

CMAT

2019-20

Arpit Yadav

 

Exams/Competition

Year

Name of the Student

CMAT

2020-21

Sameeksha Gupta

 

  1. Problems Encountered and Resources Required

There is no insurmountable problem faced by the college in following this practice.

  • It is true that the college needs greater financial support to reach out to more students.  As a result, at the outset limited number of grooming classes were operational.
  • Teachers had to coax students to offer and participate in grooming classes.
  • Additional value added courses are required to be added to bridge the gap between academics and industry.
  • The Covid-19 lockdown not only pushed ahead with the academic calendar but also was one of the biggest obstacles to run online grooming classes.
  • Under the shadow of Covid-19, the lives of millions of children temporarily shrunk to just their homes and their screens. As result, college found it difficult to navigate students with this new reality.

 

BEST PRACTICE – 2

  1. Title of the Practice

An Exceptional Activity of Conducting Major Research Projects (MRPs) by the College with the help of Faculty Members as Principal Investigator (PI)/ Co- PI in various departments.

 

  1. Objectives of the Practice

Although, the Universities has a network of science and technology laboratories for research and development, but Lucknow Public College of Professional Studies make every effort to promote teaching and research. To promote excellence in research in higher education the college supports research programmes of the college and college teachers in various disciplines. The MRPs are purely based upon the practical exposure, innovation and their application that could contribute positively to the society having long lasting impact toward the human race.

  1. The Context

Research, by its nature, is a critical challenging task requires in depth knowledge of the subject matter, planning, care, and hard work. The common challenges/difficulties during the research proposals and projects are as follows:

  1. difficulty in deciding the topic for research,
  2. lack of good knowledge of the methodology,
  3. inability of finding modern,
  4. specialized and related references,
  5. lack of interest in research, and
  6. lack of understanding of the subject matter, lack of time, and research guiding.

 

At LPCPS the faculty members are fully research oriented along with teaching caliber. Overall, four MRPs were conducted by the two departments, viz., department of computer science and department of science jointly.