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2.1 Student Enrolment and Profile (10)

2.1.1

Average percentage of students from other States and Countries during the last five years

(i) Last five year other states students data

(ii) Last five year other states students list

(iii) Students Documents : 2015-16 | 2016-17 | 2017-18 | 2018-19 | 2019-20

     

2.1.2

Demand Ratio (Average of last five years)

 

2.1.3

Average percentage of seats filledagainst seats reserved for various categories (SC, ST, OBC, Divyangjan, etc.) as per applicablereservation policy during the last five years


2.2 Catering to Student Diversity (20)

2.2.1

The institution assesses the learning levels of the students, after admission and organises special programmes(including spoken Sanskrit shibirams/camps/workshops/ summer schools etc.)  for advanced learners and slow learners

2.2.2

Student - Full timeteacherratio

 

2.3 Teaching - Learning Process (20)

2.3.1

Student centric methods, such as experiential learning, participative learning and learning through dialogue mode and use of hermeneutics in the teaching of knowledge texts and Kavyas, problem solving methodologies are used for enhancing learning experiences

2.3.2

Percentage of teachers using ICT for effective teaching with Learning Management Systems (LMS), E-learning resources etc.

 

2.3.3

Ratio of mentor to students for academic and stress related issues (preceding academic year data)

(i) Ratio of mentor to students for academic

2.3.4

University encourages the Grurukula method of teaching/ Pathashalas/ Traditional Oriental Learning System (TOLS)/ Gurukula/ Shastrapeethas


2.4 Teacher Profile and Quality (50)

2.4.1

Average percentage of full time teachers against sanctioned posts during the last five years

Average percentage of full time teachers against sanctioned posts during the last five years

2.4.2

Average percentage of full time teachers with Ph.D. during the last five years

 

2.4.3

Teaching experience of full time teachers in number of years


2.4.4

Average percentage of full time teachers who received awards, recognition, fellowships at State, National, International level from Government recognised bodies during the last five years


2.4.5

Average percentage of full time teachers from other States against sanctioned posts during the last five years


2.4.6

University has devised a mechanism to enable the young faculty to learn shastras under learned Gurus. Specify the names of Gurus from whom the teachers/ faculty members have studied Shastras/ Veda Shakhas.


2.4.7

Qualified faculty are available for new programmes/ emerging areas of study (computational linguistics, Computational Sanskrit, Translation Studies, Comparative Philosophy, Comparative Aesthetics, Yogic Science, Yoga Darshan, Samskrit Journalism, Sanskrit manuscriptology, Management, Jurisprudence, Cultural tourism, Temple Culture and Administration, Vastushastra, Medicinal Astrology etc.)


2.4.8

Specify the names of Shastra-Chudamani/ Emeritus/ Adjunct Faculty/ Fellows/ Visiting Professors/ Post Doctoral Fellows on the rolls of the University.


2.4.9

Specify the systems adopted to recharge academically and rejuvenate teachers (e.g. learning with traditional Gurus, providing research grants, study leave, nomination to national/international conferences/ seminars, in-service training, organizing national/international conferences, vakyartha-Sadhas, Shastrtha-Sabha, Shastra-Pareeksha, Shastra-spardha/Samskrita-Kavi-Samavaya (Sanskrit Poets’ Meet) etc.)


2.4.10

Specify the names of faculty imparting indepth shastra knowledge/ Avadhana/ shastrartha to the students and encouraging them to take various shastra exams conducted by different organisations in addition to regular teaching.


2.5 Evaluation Process and Reforms (40)

2.5.1

Average number of days from the date of last semester-end/ year-end examination till the declaration ofresults during the lastfive years

 2.5.1

2.5.2

Average percentage of student complaints/grievances about evaluation against total number appeared in the examinations during the last five years

 2.5.2

2.5.3

Average percentage of applications for revaluation leading to change in marks  

 2.5.3

2.5.4

Positive impact of reforms on the examination procedures and processes including IT integration and continuous internal assessment on the examination management system


2.5.5

Status of automation of Examination division along with approved Examination Manual

automation of Examination division along with approved Examination Manual 

2.5.6

Use of Sanskrit as a medium for Question Paper setting and Answering in Examination.


2.6 Student Performance and Learning Outcomes (30)

2.6.1

Programme outcomes, Programme specific outcomes and course outcomes for all Programmes offered by the institution are stated and displayed on website and communicated to teachers and students

2.6.2

Attainment of Programme outcomes, Programme specific outcomes and course outcomes are evaluated by the institution

 

2.6.3

Average pass percentage of students

pass percentage of students 

2.6.4

The Institution has mechanism to evaluate the performance of students through the vakyartha/ shastrartha-Sabhas, Shalaka-Pareeksha, Shastra-Pareeksha (Oral), Shastra-spardha, Writing Sanskrit-Slokas/ Padya/ Poetry etc.


2.7 Student Satisfaction Survey (30)

2.7.1

Online student satisfaction survey regarding teaching learning process.