Prabodhan Education Society

About


Founded in June 1988, the Prabodhan Education Society firmly cherishes a vision to develop an educational philosophy in consonance with Bharatiya Culture and Bharatiya life-ideals, so that it may inspire workers dedicated to the noble cause of National Regeneration and help them to march with full selfconfidence in the competitive world. The society also introduced National core curricula including moral and spiritual Education, Yoga Education, Physical Education, Sanskrit and Music for promoting National Integration and Cultural Development. The Society also caters to the public need of the surrounding area through various extension services cells such as Adult Education Centre for Women, Yoga Prabodhini, Kreeda Prabodhini (Sports), Lokakala Prabodhini (Folk Art), Nritya Prabodhini (Dance), Natya Prabodhini (Dramatics), Sangeet Prabodhini (Music), Sahitya Prabodhini (Literature), Vidnyan Prabodhini (Science), Darshan Prabodhini (Philosophy), Sanskrit Prabodhini, Saunskar Prabodhini (Value Education), Anusandhan Prabodhini (Research), Vyavasaya Margadarshan Prabodhini (Vocational Guidance), Bal-Vikas Prabodhini (Child's allround Development), Gramvikas Prabodhini (Rural Development), and the Research and Consultancy Cell.

The firm, determined and objective oriented journey of Prabodhan Education Society has gradually flourished into the following institutions, cherishing within its fold, a large family of educational institutions in a short span of 25 years:

  • Vidya Prabodhini College of Commerce, Education, Computer and Management
  • Vidya Prabodhini Higher Secondary School of Arts, Science & Commerce
  • L.D. Samant Memorial High School
  • Prabodhan Poorva Prathamik Vidyalaya, Parvari
  • Prabodhan Prathamik Vidyalaya, Parvari
  • Prabodhan Poorva Prathamik Vidyalaya, Pomburpha
  • Prabodhan Prathamik Vidyalaya, Pomburpha
  • Jan-Shikshan Saunsthan, Parvari (Sponsored by Central Government)
  • Smt. Sunandabai Bandodkar High School, Salvador -De-Mundo
  • Smt. Sunandabai Bandodkar Poorva Prathamik, Salvador-DeMundo
  • Smt. Sunandabai Bandodkar Prathamik, Salvador-De-Mundo

The Society, with its beaming, enthusiastic, innovative, dedicated team of teachers and equally dynamic Heads of the institutions has already started its march with a spectrum of realities translated into practice such as:

  • Excellent Result during the period of 25 years with Merit list.
  • Dedicated and socially active staff with excellent Teamwork.
  • Goal oriented and self-evaluator Training Program for staff and students through graded workshops.
  • Active and comprehensively organized “Prabodhini Pariwar Palak Shikshak Sangha (PTA)”.
  • Admission to any student without bar of percent-age of marks, yet achieving excellent results.
  • Scoring of Prizes and Merits in sports and other competitions from Panchayat level right up to the University, National level, every year.
  • Each organ of activity geared up to foster National pride, inculcate patriotism and preserve Bharatiya identity at all cost.

Management

Members of Prabodhan Education Society


1.

Shri. Prabhakar Narayan Bhate

2.

Shri. Datta Bhikaro Naik

3.

Shri. Vithal Dattatraya Nadgauda

4.

Sou. Smita Sayajirao Sardesai

5.

Shru. Vasudev Ganesh Manerikar

6.

Shri. Gajanan Narayan Kapadi

7.

Shri. Madhav Bhalchandra Kelkar

8.

Sou. Vrunda M. Kelkar

9.

Shri. Suresh V. Kulkarni

10.

Shri. Minanath T. Upadhye

11.

Shri. Ulhas Gopal Asnodkar

12.

Shri. Pradip Narayan Maske

13.

Shri. Abhay Venkatesh Prabhu

14.

Shri. Laxmikant Yeshwant Parsekar

15.

Shri. Suryakant Ladu Gawas

16.

Shri. Suresh Bhaskar Borkar

17.

Shri. Ramlal D. Sharma

18.

Shri. Sagar Madhav Bhat

19.

Shri. Govind Ganesh Deo

20.

Shri. Shripad Alias Kanta K Patnekar

21.

Shri. Dnyaneshwar P. Pednekar

22.

Shri. Subhash Bhaskar Velingkar

23.

Shri. Shripad Yesso Naik

24.

Shri. Manohar G. P. Parrikar

25.

Shri. Sanjay Purushottam Walavalkar

26.

Shri. Subhash Vishwanath Phadte

27.

Shri. Viththal G. P. Parrikar

28.

Shri. Guruprasad R. Pawaskar

29.

Shri. Lalaji Daya Pagi

30.

Shri. Dilip Vasant Betkikar

31.

Shri. Purushottam P. Kamat

32.

Shri. Rajendra Laxmikant Bhobe

Management

Managing Committee


Management

Advisory Committee


1.

Prof. M. S. Kamat

Chairman
2.

Prof. Gorakhnath Mishra

Member
3.

Prof. Jayant Budkule

Member
4.

Prof. Aruna Rajendra Ganu

Member
5.

Adv. Ravindra Sandodkar

Member
6.

Shri. Dnyaneshwar P. Pednekar

Member
7.

Shri. Mayuresh Dhume

Member
8.

Shri. Natubhai Gohil

Member
9.

Principal

Ex-Officio Secretary

Management

Local Management Committee


Our College

Vidya Prabodhini College of Commerce, Education, Computer & Management


Vidya Parabodhini College of Commerce, Education, Computer and Management is the latest edition to this family, having started in the year 2012 affiliated to Goa University and Govt. of Goa recognized, offering three-year B.Com degree program. The third batch of Third Year students passed out in the year 2016-17 with an excellent performance, and the students of the fourth batch are awaiting the results of their Third Year examination held by Goa University in April, 2018. The College takes the credit for having started a unique program i.e. a Four-Year integrated B.A.B.Ed from the Academic Year 2015-16. The College also proposes to start B.B.A and B.C.A programs, for which the Govt. of Goa has already granted the College the necessary permission.

The College is situated in a spacious area at Vidyanagar, Parvari-Goa and has its own building with a 7,904 sq.mts. built up area. Besides a 4000 sq. mts. playground, the College offers excellent infrastructure facilities and a conducive learning environment. The College is also in the process of designing and developing different skill based short-term courses with an objective of enhancing the employability skills of our students. The College is also working actively to develop the Institution-Industry Network for placement opportunities for our students.

In order to bring a continuous improvement in the overall functioning of the college, the College has already setup Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), and this Cell is working in that direction. The key objective of the College is to impart a balanced holistic education to all its students and thereby develop young men and women who will be intellectually able, broad minded and disciplined citizens to serve the Nation in different capacities in various fields of life that they later choose for themselves.

Vision

Excellence Everywhere Everytime


Mission

To create and develop a quality learning environment through the integration of conceptual knowledge, application of skills, basic human values and field realities, thereby nurturing competent, value based and resourceful citizens, who selflessly contribute to Nation Building by serving the nation above self.


Objectives


  • Design and develop skill based and practical oriented curriculum
  • Increase students' learning through classroom teaching-learning process.
  • Inculcate basic human values in students through curriculum.
  • Develop application oriented students' performance evaluating mechanism.
  • Promote teaching of topics of current relevance beyond the syllabus.
  • Promote a research culture and spirit of inquiry among teachers and students.
  • Develop abilities and competencies in research through workshops and training programmes.
  • Inculcate employability skills in students and thereby promote their overall personality development.
  • Increase placement opportunities for students through linkages with business houses and educational institutions/organizations.
  • Promote collaborations and interactions with industry and research institutions for the benefits of institution.
  • Sustain an Institution-Neighborhood network to enhance learning opportunities.
  • Promote participation of students and teachers in outreach and community development activities.
  • Seek feedback from stakeholders for the improvement of the institution's performance.
  • Create industrial and entrepreneurial outlook for self-employment and Employment generation.

Core Values


The Core Values of the Institution are as follows :

  • Development of Value / Culture based education.
  • Quality Learning Environment.
  • Holistic Education.
  • Excellence.
  • Commitment and Dedication.
  • Imbibing National Values and Philosophy.
  • Inculcate Scientific Temper and Spirit of Inquiry and Reform.
  • Welfare of the Society.
  • Responsible Citizenship.
  • Work Ethics and Professionalism.
  • Infrastructure


    The Institution offers excellent infrastructural facilities for a conducive learning environment.

  • The self-owned building, with a total built up area of 5772 sq.mt. houses the Principal’s, Vice- Principal’s and HoD’s cabin, Administrative office, and well-furnished, well-ventilated, state-ofthe- art classrooms equipped with technological aid such as ICT facilities, free high-speed Wi-Fi, LCD projectors, smart boards, sound systems and modern two-seater tables with chairs. A separate playground admeasures 4670 sq.mt.
  • The Institutional Library, admeasuring 162.40 sq.mt., serves the need of students and faculty with a diversity of reading resources. The well-stocked Library, having 2,245 titles (and 3,603 copies), 14 journals, 8 magazines and 13 newspapers, provides photocopying services to students at a nominal price. An independent Reading Room, equipped with 5 desktop computers with high speed internet, gives students access to the latest of e-resources from around the world.
  • The ICT Laboratory is well-furnished and is equipped with 26 desktops with internet access and modern specialized independent computer tables with modern revolving office chairs, and provides printing and scanning facilities.
  • The Geography Laboratory accommodates 20 students at a time, and is adequately furnished with apparatus and equipment, such as 2 GPS receivers, 18 Pocket Stereoscopes, 6 Mirror stereoscopes and two tracing tables, required for the Geography Graduate Programme. ‘Swami Vivekanand Hall’, a self-contained multipurpose hall admeasuring 474 sq.mt., has a total seating capacity for 300 people.
  • The Department of Physical Education and Sports, comprising of a sports room, indoor sports hall, and a gymnasium area, is equipped to respond to the needs of almost 600 students.
  • The institution currently runs six NSS Units, and has an NSS Room, and a store-room adequately stocked with tools and equipment.
  • A room is set aside for Socially Useful Productive Work.
  • The Counseling Room provides privacy, confidentiality, quietude, and a comfortable space for counseling students.
  • A Creative Arts Room, equipped with musical instruments, also serves as a rehearsal space for theater and performing arts activities.
  • The Institution provides a fertile environment to encourage research amongst its stakeholders through a Research and Consultancy Room.
  • The Canteen provides students and staff with healthy snacks and meals during working hours.
  • The Wi-Fi enabled Faculty Room is provided with tables and modern office chairs, individual lockers and attached independent washroom facility for Ladies and Gents staff.
  • Independent Common Rooms are assigned for girls and boys. A wooden cot with fresh linen, mattress and pillow is made available in the Girls Common Room. Seating facilities, with tables are available in both the Common Rooms.
  • Two Ladies and Gents washrooms each admeasuring 60 sq.mt. each, serves the need of students and visitors.
  • One bus caters to the transportation needs of the students.
  • Potable Water is made available to students through RO system for water purification and 2 water filters with hot and cold water facility.
  • Medical Response Facility equipped with a stretcher and basic first aid.
  • An integrated Biometric System is installed to record daily attendance of students and staff alike.
  • Composite Multimedia Systems support the teaching-learning process and helps in documentation.
  • NCTE


    The institution shall maintain & update its web-site as per provisions of NCTE Regulations and always display following as mandatory disclosure -

  • Sanctioned programmes along with annual intake in the institution.
  • Name of faculty and staff in full as mentioned in school certificate along with their qualifications, scale of pay and photograph.
  • Name of faculty members who left or joined during the last, quarter;
  • Names of Students admitted during the current session along with qualification, Percentage of marks in the qualifying examination and in the entrance test, if any date of admission, etc.;
  • Fee charged from students:
  • Available infrastructural facilities;
  • Facilities added during the last quarter;
  • Number of books in the library, journals subscribed to and additions, if any, in the last quarter;
  • The affidavit with enclosure submitted along with application.
  • The institution shall be free to post additional relevant information. if it so desires.
  • Any false or incomplete information on website shall render the institution liable for withdrawal of recognition.
  • RTI

    Right to Information Act


    SECTION 4 (1) (B) OF THE RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT, 2005

    MANUAL​ ​1 I) The​ ​Particulars​ ​of​ ​Organization,​ ​Functions​ ​and​ ​Duties a) Background​ ​to​ ​an​ ​organization Founded in June 1988, the Prabodhan Education Society firmly cherishes a vision to develop an educational philosophy in consonance with Bharatiya Culture and Bharatiya life-ideals, so that it may inspire workers dedicated to the noble cause of National Regeneration and help them to march with full self confidence in the competitive world. The society also introduced National core curricula including moral and spiritual Education, Yoga Education, Physical Education, Sanskrit and Music for promoting National Integration and Cultural Development. The Society also caters to the public need of the surrounding area through various extension services cells such as Adult Education Centre for Women, Yoga Prabodhini, Kreeda Prabodhini (Sports), Lokakala Prabodhini (Folk Art), Nritya Prabodhini (Dance), Natya Prabodhini (Dramatics), Sangeet Prabodhini (Music), Sahitya Prabodhini (Literature), Vidnyan Prabodhini (Science), Darshan Prabodhini (Philosophy), Sanskrit Prabodhini, Saunskar Prabodhini (Value Education), Anusandhan Prabodhini (Research), Vyavasaya Margadarshan Prabodhini (Vocational Guidance), Bal-Vikas Prabodhini (Child's allround Development), Gramvikas Prabodhini (Rural Development), and the Research and Consultancy Cell. The firm, determined and objective oriented journey of Prabodhan Education Society has gradually flourished into the following institutions, cherishing within its fold, a large family of educational institutions in a short span of 25 years: 1. Vidya Prabodhini College of Commerce, Education, Computer and Management. 2. Vidya Prabodhini Higher Secondary School of Arts, Science & Commerce. 3. L.D. Samant Memorial High School. 4. Prabodhan Poorva Prathamik Vidyalaya, Parvari. 5. Prabodhan Prathamik Vidyalaya Parvari. 6. Prabodhan Poorva Prathamik Vidyalaya, Pomburpha 7. Prabodhan Prathamik Vidyalaya, Pomburpha 8. Jan-Shikshan Saunsthan, Parvari (Sponsored by Central Government) 9. Smt. Sunandabai Bandodkar High School, Salvador -De-Mundo 10. Smt. Sunandabai Bandodkar Poorva Prathamik, Salvador-DeMundo 11. Smt. Sunandabai Bandodkar Prathamik, Salvador-De-Mundo VISION Excellence Everywhere Everytime MISSION To create and develop a quality learning environment through the integration of conceptual knowledge, application of skills, basic human values and field realities, thereby nurturing competent, value based and resourceful citizens, who selflessly contribute to Nation Building by serving the nation above self. FUNCTIONS​ ​/​ ​OBJECTIVES ❖ Design and develop skill based and practical oriented curriculum. ❖ Increase students' learning through classroom teaching-learning process. ❖ Inculcate basic human values in students through curriculum. ❖ Develop application oriented students' performance evaluating mechanism. ❖ Promote teaching of topics of current relevance beyond the syllabus. ❖ Promote a research culture and spirit of inquiry among teachers and students. ❖ Develop abilities and competencies in research through workshops and training programmes. ❖ Inculcate employability skills of students and thereby promote their overall personality development. ❖ Increase placement opportunities for students through linkages with business houses and educational institutions/organizations. ❖ Promote collaborations and interactions with industry and research institutions for the benefits of institution. ❖ Sustain an Institution-Neighborhood network to enhance learning opportunities. ❖ Promote participation of students and teachers in outreach and community development activities. ❖ Seek feedback from stakeholders for the improvement of the institution's performance. ❖ Create industrial and entrepreneurial outlook for self-employment and Employment generation. Besides these, the Institution has initiated an innovative concept which has various specialised PRABODHINIS which aim at the all-around development of the students by providing them Prabodhini function as supplementary units of Vidya Prabodhini : Orientation/Training in specific areas. The following : 1. Natya ( Dramatics ) 2. Seva ( Social Service ) 3. Yoga 4. Kreeda ( Sports ) 5. Lokakala ( Folk art ) 6. Nrutya ( Dance ) 7. Sangeet ( Music ) 8. Sahitya ( Literature) 9. Vidnyan (Science) 10. Darshan (Philosophy) 11. Sanskrit 12. Saunskar (Value Education) 13. Anusandhan (Research) 14. Vyavasaya Margadarshan (Vocational/Career Guidance) 15. Bal-Vikas (Child's all-round development) 16. Gram Vikas (Rural Development) ORGANISATION​ ​CHART WORKING​ ​HOURS​ ​OF​ ​THE​ ​COLLEGE Monday to Saturday 08:00 A.M. to 06:00 P.M. MANUAL​ ​2 The​ ​powers​ ​and​ ​duties​ ​of​ ​its​ ​officers​ ​and​ ​employees; [Section​ ​4(1)​ ​(b)​ ​(ii)] ❖ Principal 1. Looking into the academic growth of the College 2. Participation in the teaching, research and training programmes of the college 3. Planning and assisting in planning and implementation of academic programmes, workshops and seminars. 4. Admissions of students and maintaining over all discipline in the college 5. Maintaining and presentation of statement of accounts 6. Administration and supervision of curricular, extra-curricular or extra mural activities of the college. 7. Observation of the Act, Statutes, Ordinances, Regulations, Rules and other direction or Order issued from time to time by the University, state and central Governments 8. Supervision and Conduct of college and university examinations including internal assessment and other work pertaining to the examination 9. Assessing report of teacher and maintaining service book of teachers and other employees of the college in the prescribed form 10. Place before the local managing committee the budgetary statement for the following financial year and the statement of audited accounts for the previous financial year for consideration and approval. 11. Monitoring and checking regularly muster of attendance and bio-metric attendance of teaching and non- teaching staff members 12. Assigning specific work / task to the subordinates, providing necessary guidance to perform the work, continuous follow and getting the work done systematically within the specified time. 13. Monitoring daily lectures as per the time-table 14. Making necessary timely adjustment of lectures of teachers who remain on leave 15. Attending regularly grievances/ difficulties of students and provide appropriate solutions to the problems and grievances after an adequate opportunity extended to students to hear from them 16. Attending parents in case of any difficulties and receiving their feedback and valuable suggestions for the welfare and well being of the students. 17. Attending visitors / general public and providing necessary assistance and help to them 18. Motivating and guiding teachers in their teaching, evaluation, research, research publication and research projects 19. Encouraging teachers to organize workshops / seminars / conferences on various relevant topics of larger interest. 20. Organizing workshops and seminars (himself), to set an example as well as motivate others to take up such events independently and enthusiastically 21. Conveying periodically meeting of teaching and non teaching staff members separately to discuss academic, administrative and other relevant issues / matters. 22. Conveying meetings of Local Managing Committee and Advisory Committee of the college and recording minutes of both the meetings 23. Guiding and assisting the librarian about how to enrich the library resources and to encourage students to make use the learning resources as efficiently as possible of the library 24. Attending difficulties of the sports director relating to different sports events and students participation 25. Monitoring the campus cleanliness and making necessary suggestions for enhancing the quality of campus cleanliness 26. Monitoring facilities and assets of the college so as to keep them intact and in good condition. 27. Making necessary correspondence with UGC, DHE, NCTE, Goa University, Govt. of Goa and other statutory bodies and adhere to statutory regulatory authorities and also changes from time to time. ❖ Vice-​ ​Principal 1. Attending grievances and difficulties of students and parents 2. Making necessary adjustment of lectures of teachers who are on leave 3. Monitoring day wise lectures as per the time table. 4. Attending difficulties of teachers and providing necessary guidance. 5. Monitoring office administration and providing necessary guidance to the office staff members 6. Any other duties as may be assigned to him by the Principal from time to time ❖ Teaching​ ​faculty 1. A teacher shall comply with the provisions of the act, statutes, ordinances, regulations, rules and other directions or orders issued from time to time by the University. 2. Teachers shall engage classes regularly and punctually and impart such lessons and instructions and do such internal assessment / examination evaluation work as the head of the department shall allot to him / her from time to time and shall not remain absent from work without prior permission of the competent authority or grant of leave. No remuneration shall be payable to the teachers from internal assessment / home examinations conducted by the department. 3. A teacher shall help the head of the department to enforce and maintain discipline among the students. 4. A teacher shall teach the entire syllabus prescribed for the course during the prescribed working days. 5. A teacher shall perform co-curricular and extracurricular work related to the college as may be assigned to him / her from time to time by the principal of the college. 6. A teacher shall perform his or her academic duties and work sincerely and devoting to his or her profession. 7. A teacher shall be objective, impartial and fair in assessment of a student and shall not deliberately over mark, under mark or victimize a student on any ground. 8. A teacher shall strive to distinguish himself by his / her constant progress in advancement of his or her knowledge of the subject and by his or her original research and publications in reputed research journals. ❖ Librarian 1. Librarian is the custodian of learning resources in the library and he / she has to continuously update and enrich learning resources to meet learning needs of students, teachers and other readers. 2. Shall conduct an orientation to students periodically about the upcoming learning resources, reference books, text books, journals, periodicals, new papers, encyclopedias, dictionaries and other resources. 3. He / she has to inculcate good reading habits among the students and teachers. 4. He or she shall supervise and monitor daily cleanliness in the library, maintenance of cupboards, computers, Wi-Fi connection, internet , online learning resources, books and others 5. Shall attend the difficulties of students and teachers with regard to their learning needs and requirements and meet the same within the shortest possible time. 6. He / she has to place an order for books / periodicals / journals as per the needs and priority in consultation with teaching faculty and a prior approval of head of the institution 7. He / she shall prepare budget for the library well in advance and take prior approval of head of the institution 8. Shall update computer technologies from time to time as per the changing needs of students and faculty members 9. He / she shall go through all the new arrivals of books, periodicals, new papers, fond other important study resources should be photocopied and the same should be made available to students and teachers 10. He / she shall maintain students and teachers attendance register and supervise the same 11. He / she shall have a healthy interaction with students, teachers and other prominent readers periodically and seek valuable feedback from them so as to enhance the quality of learning resources and library services 12. The librarian and his subordinate library team should be always available to serve the library needs of students and teachers 13. The librarian shall update his / her knowledge in the library management with new changes from time to time. 14. He / she shall update library website and make it more user friendly t o students and teachers 15. He / she should arrange book exhibitions of new arrivals from the different reputed publishers so as to enable teachers to choose books and other learning resources for the library 16. Any other library related work particularly in the interest of readers. ❖ Sports​ ​Director 1. The Sports Director shall plan sports activities viz. College level, Intercollegiate, University, State Level and National Level competitions/Sports events for students for the Academic year in advance and take the prior approval of Head of the Institution. 2. He/She shall motivate and create interest in students to participate in various sports activities. 3. He/She shall strictly adhere to rules and regulations of the College, Goa University, Sports Authorities and other appropriate bodies pertaining to different sports events and activities. 4. He/She shall arranged orientation on different sports events for students about the importance of sports in their career. 5. He/She procure necessary sports equipments as per the minutes with the prior approval of Head of the Institution. 6. He/She shall monitor and supervise sports facilities and maintain the same in a good condition. 7. He/She shall maintain stock register of all sports items and equipments regularly as and when items are purchased. 8. He/She shall hire Coaching staff if required to trained the sports persons with prior approval of Head of the Institutions. 9. He/She shall arranged to buy necessary medals/Trophy/certificates timely for different sports events with the prior approval of Head of the Institutions. 10. He/She shall be always present on the ground for students practice. 11. He/She Shall monitor and supervise discipline and dress code of students participating in sports. 12. He/She hall has to recognise and appreciate students achievements in sports through arranging felicitation programme for the achievers. 13. He/She shall update continuously with the latest developments in sports. 14. He/She shall prepare budget for the sports events for the Academic Year. 15. He/She shall perform any other work/task pertaining to sports department in the College. ❖ ​ ​Accountant 1. Maintenance of all accounts and related transactions 2. Day to day data entries 3. Preparation of Budgets 4. Preparation of financial statements 5. Arranging internal and final audits 6. Calculation of income tax and issue of form no. 16 to teaching and non-teaching staff members and issue of pay slip. 7. Records of lecture basis payments of all the staff members 8. Salary register of teaching and non-teaching members 9. Maintaining GPF/NPS ledgers of the staff members 10. Maintaining of various Govt/UGC and other Grants. 11. Issue of salary certificate. 12. Inviting tenders, quotations and placing orders for printing and purchases 13. Maintenance of Dead stock and consumable registers and registering dead stock 14. Handling petty cash receipts and payments 15. Updating of all bank pass books 16. Recording day today work done/ keeping daily work Dairy 17. Annual Dead stock verification 18. Any other work allotted to you from time to time by the Principal/Vice-Principal and any other superiors. ❖ Head-Clerk 1. Supervision of overall administrative staff members. 2. Roster maintenance of all the staff members. 3. DPC/screening of administrative staff 4. Maintenance of personal files of all the teaching and non-teaching staff members 5. Maintaining of service books of teaching and non-teaching staff members and verification from time to time 6. Supervising Work register of all office staff members 7. Movement registers of teaching and non-teaching staff 8. Supervision of cleaning work of the college 9. Records and Documentation of MOUs and collaborations with other institutions 10. Right to Information (RTI) and related records 11. Preparing statistics and sending information of the college to Goa University, UGC, DHE, Social Welfare and other Govt. Departments. 12. Making arrangements for meetings 13. T.Y.B.Com Examination and project work paper 14. Maintenance of teaching and non-teaching musters 15. Recording day to day wok done in work register 16. Any other work allotted to you from time to time by the Principal/Vice-Principal and any other superiors ❖ UDC 1. Affiliation and all the related work of affiliation 2. All the work related to selection and appointment of teaching and non-teaching staff members 3. Maintenance of personnel files (Job related and general) of all the teaching and non-teaching staff members 4. Obtaining N.O.C and approval for the appointment of teaching and non-teaching staff members 5. Issue of offer of appointment & appointment orders 6. Obtaining self-appraisal form from teaching staff and filing 7. Obtaining of ACR of Non- Teaching staff and filing 8. Career advancement of teachers 9. Reporting appointments to the Goa University and to the Dept. Of Higher Education 10. Workload of teaching staff and time Table 11. Obtaining progress reports of teaching staff members 12. All related work and correspondence of IGNOU Centre 13. S.Y.B.Com (Under study) 14. Scholarships (SC/ST/OBC/Others) 16. Maintenance of University, DHE, UGC, Govt and other Departments Circulars 17. Maintaining of records relating to Refresher /Orientation courses/any other courses of teachers 18. Recording day today work done in Daily diary 19. Any other work allotted to you from time to time by the Principal/Vice-Principal and any other superiors ❖ LDC​ ​1 1. Maintenance of F.Y/S.Y/T.Y. B.A.B.Ed Examination records and results 2. Issue of Leaving, Transference, Bonafide, attempt and other certificates 3. Issue of Transcripts, copies of syllabus and related matters 4. Displaying and removing notices from all notice boards 5. Admissions of F.Y/S.Y. B.A.B.Ed and students’ data base 6. Maintenance of students’ statistics (enrolment, SC, ST, OBC, Minorities, etc) 7. F.Y.B.Com Exam (under study) 8. Company Secretary Exam and related records 9. All inwards and outwards 10. Students and teachers related activities 11. Co-curricular and extra-curricular activities of students and teachers 12. Student council election and related records 13. Maintenance of visitors register 14. Typing of minutes of all meetings, ensuring that the same are circulated and filed 15. Certifying of true copies of statements of mark sheets and other certificates of students 16. Preparation of examination bills of every examination and submit the same to the Accountant for passing of payments to the respective staff members 17. Recording day today work done in Daily diary 18. Any other work allotted to you from time to time by the Principal/Vice-Principal and any other superiors ❖ LDC​ ​2 1. Maintaining of Student General Register. 2. Maintaining Salary Register of College Staff. 3. Maintaining/Controlling Stationary Register. 4. Monitoring/Supervising Infrastructure of all Class Rooms, Surrounding of the College. 5. Maintaining Register of Photocopying Machine. 6. Supervising all Multi-Tasking Staff. 7. Assisting the IT Person when he assigned task. 8. Any other work allotted to you from time to time by the Principal/Vice-Principal. ❖ Data​ ​Entry​ ​cum​ ​Office​ ​Assistant​ ​1 1. Maintaining of Leave records of teaching and non-teaching staff members (CL/DL/EL & other) 2. Maintaining separate Leave file for each staff member 3. Writing Leave register 4. Entering Leave records on service book/Muster Roll of all the staff members 5. Admissions of F.Y/S.Y/T.Y B.Com and students data base 6. Records of attendance of students of all classes of B.Com and B.A.B.Ed courses 7. Matters pertaining to University registration forms/enrolment of students 8. F.Y.B.A.B.Ed Exam (Under study) 9. N.S.S and related Records 10. Sports and related records 11. Students database 12. Typing of admission data of students and assisting the admission committee Convenor 13. Recording day to day work done in Daily dairy 14. Any other work allotted to you from time to time by the Principal/Vice-Principal and any other superiors. ❖ Data​ ​Entry​ ​cum​ ​Office​ ​Assistant​ ​2 1. F.Y/S.Y/B.Com examination records and results 2. Alumni Association (Ex-Students Association) formation and related records 3. Records of NAAC and other related correspondence 4. Students and teachers I-Cards 5. S.Y. B.A.B.Ed Exam (under study) 6. IQAC and related reports and records 7. Handling of different statutory committees. (Mentoring, Internal complaint, Anti-ragging and others) 8. Writing of students General Register 9. Looking after Research and Consultancy centre 10. Looking after Workshops, Seminars and Conferences 11. Parent – Teacher Association and related records. 12. Research journal (Bi-annual) 13. Records of research projects of teachers 14. Maintenance of meeting and minutes books of teaching and non-teaching staff members 15. Typing of minutes of all meetings, ensuring that the same are circulated and filed 16. Preparation of examination bills of every examination and submit the same to the Accountant for passing of payments to the respective staff members 17. Recording day today work done in Daily diary 18. Any other work allotted to you from time to time by the Principal/Vice-Principal and any other superiors. ❖ Computer​ ​Lab.​ ​Assistant 1. Conducting, arranging and looking after all work of computer Practicals 2. Periodical stock taking & updating stock register 3. Making arrangements for different programmes and events 4. Records of teachers evaluation by the students (Feedback Forms) of all the classes 5. Records of Evaluation by the students (Exit Form, only of Final Year students of T.Y.B.Com and 4 th Year B.A.B.Ed Students) 6. College website and its up gradation 7. Maintenance of computer Lab 8. Preparation of Posters and Banners 9. Records of Remedial Classes engaged for the students 10. Any Typing work of Minutes/Reports/Power-point presentations. 11. Recording day to day work done in work register 12. Analysing records of the college 13. Maintaining computer, website and other Electronic equipments and accessories 14. Any other work allotted to you from time to time by the Principal/Vice-Principal and any other superiors. ❖ MULTI-TASKING​ ​STAFF The duties would broadly include: 1. Physical Maintenance of records of the section. 2. General cleanliness & upkeep of the Section/Unit. 3. Carrying of files & other papers within the building. 4. Photocopying, sending of FAX, and receiving of Telephone Call etc. 5. Other non-clerical work in the Section/Unit. 6. Assisting in routine office work like diary, dispatch etc., including on computer. 7. Delivering of dak (outside the building or Office) 8. Watch & Ward duties. 9. Whenever College functions are in progress, you must be present till the entire functions gets over and set high all belongings of the Institutions. 10. Opening & Closing of rooms. 11. Cleaning of Rooms. 12. Lifting and Shifting of Equipment’s, cupboards and other furniture. 13. Dusting & Cleaning of Office Furniture, benches, desks etc. 14. Cleaning of building, fixtures etc. 15. Work related to his ITI qualifications, if it exists. 16. In absence of any staff, his/her duty needs to be shared by you along with other staff. 17. Driving of vehicles, if in possessions of valid driving license. 18. Upkeep of parks, lawns, potted plants etc. 19. Any other work assigned by the Superior Authority. MANUAL​ ​3 The​ ​Procedure​ ​followed​ ​in​ ​the​ ​decision​ ​making​ ​process,​ ​including​ ​channels​ ​of​ ​supervision and​ ​accountability. Section​ ​4(1)​ ​(b)​ ​(III) Decision making process of the College is more of participative and consulting in nature. Head of the institution has to take various routine and significant decisions pertaining to different matters of the college. The focus of decision making is in the interest of the institution. The decisions pertaining to purchases, organising events, maintenance, teacher related issues, students related issues and institutional related matters, etc, are to be arrived, and the stages that are followed in decision making are as under: 1. Requisition in writing is sought either from individual teacher or from department. 2. Head of the institution studies thoroughly the requisition/proposal. 3. The same requisition/proposal is discussed with the Vice-principal of the college. 4. Invites the concerned teacher/Head of department who has moved requisition for further clarification and necessity of the said proposal. 5. Head of the institution consults senior most faculty members about the concerned proposal. 6. Once, head of the institution satisfies, the same is forwarded to the management for their approval in case of non routine and significant matters. 7. If required, head personally deliberates with the management and justifies about the proposal. 8. Once it is approved by the management then, head send the proposal to the concerned authority for necessary action and execution MANUAL​ ​4 The​ ​norms​ ​set​ ​by​ ​it​ ​for​ ​the​ ​discharge​ ​of​ ​its​ ​functions. Section​ ​4(1)​ ​(b)​ ​(IV) The following norms are followed: 1. Policies and rules made by the Prabodhan Education Society for the college. 2. Annual calendar for the Academic year highlighting different activity/functions and the time schedule. 3. Different working committees with defined specific duties. MANUAL​ ​5 The​ ​rules,​ ​regulations,​ ​instructions,​ ​manuals​ ​and​ ​records​ ​held​ ​by​ ​it​ ​or​ ​under​ ​its​ ​control​ ​or used​ ​by​ ​its​ ​employees​ ​for​ ​discharging​ ​its​ ​functions. Section​ ​4(1)​ ​(b)​ ​(V) This college is affiliated to Goa University, Goa and recognised by the Govt of Goa and NCTE, Bhopal and UGC New Delhi. The college follows the following rules and regulations for the smooth and effective functioning of the college. 1. Statutes and ordinances of Goa University, Goa. 2. Recruitment rules made applicable by the Goa University and Govt of Goa. 3. Central Civil Service Rules (CCSR) – rules made applicable by the Goa Government. 4. NCTE norms and regulations made applicable to B.A.B.Ed course. 5. Govt. circulars, Notifications and Gazette made applicable to the college. 6. UGC circulars/Notifications as made applicable to the college. 7. Policies and rules made by the Prabodhan Education Society. MANUAL​ ​6 A​ ​statement​ ​of​ ​the​ ​categories​ ​of​ ​documents​ ​that​ ​are​ ​held​ ​by​ ​it​ ​or​ ​under​ ​its​ ​control. Section​ ​4(1)​ ​(b)​ ​(VI) The following documents are held and maintain for smooth functioning of the college. 1. Student enrolment register. 2. General Register of students. 3. Examination Records (Results of all examinations). 4. Service records of all teaching and non-teaching staff members. 5. National Pension scheme (NPS) records of all the employees. 6. Provident fund register. 7. Leave records of all the employees (Casual leave, Medical leave, Earned leave, Duty leave and others). 8. Salary register/records. 9. Personal files and records of all employees. 10. Biometric records of employees. 11. Student attendance records. 12. Stationary register. 13. Stock register. 14. Asset register. 15. Activity/event records. 16. Audited statement of accounts and records. 17. Records of DHE correspondence 18. Records of university correspondence 19. Records of UGC correspondence 20. Records of NCTE correspondence 21. Inward and outward registers 22. Muster roll – Teaching and Non-Teaching staff members 23. Movement register - Teaching and Non-Teaching staff members 24. Students early going register. 25. Teaching and Non-Teaching staff meeting registers. 26. Dead stock register. 27. Advisory committee meeting register 30. Local managing committee meeting register 31. Students and faculty library visiting registers 32. Visitors register MANUAL​ ​7 The​ ​particulars​ ​of​ ​any​ ​arrangement​ ​that​ ​exists​ ​for​ ​consultation​ ​with,​ ​or​ ​representation​ ​by, the​ ​members​ ​of​ ​the​ ​public​ ​in​ ​relation​ ​to​ ​the​ ​formulation​ ​of​ ​its​ ​policy​ ​or​ ​implementation thereof. Section​ ​4(1)​ ​(b)​ ​(VII) The college consults and seeks advice in formulation of policies from the following. 1. The college Advisory committee. 2. The college Parent Teachers Association (PTA). 3. Ex- students/Alumni of the college. MANUAL​ ​8 A​ ​statement​ ​of​ ​the​ ​Boards,​ ​councils,​ ​committees​ ​and​ ​other​ ​Bodies​ ​consisting​ ​of​ ​two​ ​or more​ ​persons​ ​constituted​ ​as​ ​its​ ​part​ ​or​ ​for​ ​the​ ​purpose​ ​of​ ​its​ ​advice,​ ​and​ ​as​ ​to​ ​whether meetings​ ​of​ ​those​ ​boards,​ ​councils,​ ​committees​ ​and​ ​other​ ​bodies​ ​are​ ​open​ ​to​ ​the​ ​public​ ​or the​ ​meeting​ ​of​ ​such​ ​meeting​ ​are​ ​accessible​ ​for​ ​public. Section​ ​4(1)​ ​(b)​ ​(VIII) The Managing and other working committees are as under. A.​ ​The​ ​college​ ​Managing​ ​committee​. 1. Shri. Prabhakar N. Bhate - Chairman 2. Shri. Datta B. Naik - Vice - Chairman 3. Shri. Subhash B. Velingker - Secretary 4. Shri. Vithal G. Parrikar - Treasurer 5. Shri. Dnyaneshwar P. Pednekar - Jt. Secretary 6. Shri. Madhav B. Kelkar - Member 7. Shri. Suryakant L. Gawas - Member 8. Shri. Guruprasad R. Pawaskar - Member 9. Shri. Lalji D. Pagi - Member B.​ ​The​ ​college​ ​Local​ ​Managing​ ​committee. 1. Shri. Dnyaneshwar P. Pednekar - Chairman 2. Shri. Guruprasad Pawaskar - Nominee of Management of Society 3. Shri. Arun R. Marathe - Teaching Staff Representative 4. Miss. Ujvala Hanjunkar - Lady Representative 5. Shri. Shrishkumar S. Patil - Administrative Staff Representative 6. Dr. M. R. Patil - Principal, Ex-Officio Secretary C.​ ​The​ ​college​ ​Advisory​ ​committee. 1. Prof. M. S. Kamat - Chairman 2. Prof. Gorakhnath Mishra - Member 3. Prof. Jayant Budkule - Member 4. Prof. Aruna Rajendra Ganu - Member 5. Adv. Ravindra Sangodkar - Member 6. Shri. Dnyaneshwar P. Pednekar - Member 7. Shri. Mayuresh Dhume - Member 8. Shri. Natubhai Gohil - Member 9. Dr. M. R. Patil - Principal, Ex-Officio Secretary D.​ ​Other​ ​working​ ​committee. 1. Admission Committee 2. Students' Council Committee 3. Examination Committee 4. Unfair means Committee 5. Grievance Committee 6. Discipline Committee 7. Time Table Committee 8. Gymkhana and Sports Committee 9. Internal Complaint Committee 10. Anti-Ragging Committee 11. Anti Ragging Squad 12. Attendance Monitoring Committee 13. Managing Committee for P. T. A. 14. Library Committee 15. Prospectus Committee 16. Research Committee 17. Programmes Committee 18. Canteen Committee 19. Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) 20. Career Guidance and Placement Cell 21. Research and Consultancy Cell 22. Parents Teachers Association (PTA) 23. Alumni Association 24. Internal Audit Committee 25. Committee for Other Backward Class (OBC) 26. Internal Grievance Committee 27. Committee for SC/ST MANUAL​ ​9 A​ ​Directory​ ​of​ ​its​ ​officers​ ​and​ ​employees. Section​ ​4(1)​ ​(b)​ ​(IX) Sr. No . Name Address Designat ion Contact​ ​No. Date of Birth Date of Joinin g Qualificatio n 1 Dr. M. R. Patil C/o Shri. R.K. Dangi, Laxmi Niwas, Near Kamaleshwar Garage, Khorlim, Mapusa - Goa 403507 Principal 942097922 8 / 0832-22512 28 22-Jun -1960 22-Jul -2015 Ph.D., M.Phil, M.Com., MBA, LLB 2 Shri. Sukhaji Naik 204/8, Satellite Township, Housing Board Colvale, Colvale, Bardez - Goa Vice Principal 942244963 2 24-Feb -1963 5-Jul2013 M.Com., B.Ed., LLB, SET 3 Ms. Ujvala Hanjunkar H.No. 181/6, Batty Vaddo, Parra, Bardez - Goa Asst. Professo r 982381548 9 31-Ma r-1977 19-Ju n-201 3 M.Com., B.Ed., SET, PGDCA, DCA 4 Shri. Arun R Marathe H.No. 445, Hasapur, Pedne Goa 403512 Asst. Professo r 879611008 1 18-Ma y-1983 19-Ju n-201 3 M.Com., NET, PGDCA 5 Shri. Rudresh U Mhamal H.No.81 (B) Madhalamaj, Mandre Pedne, Goa 403527 Asst. Professo r 904990906 5 2-May -1988 21-Ju n-201 4 M.Com. NET 6 Shri. Pinkesh D Dhabolkar H.No. 48/1, Dabol Wado, Chapora, Bardez - Goa 403509 Asst. Professo r 841193210 2 17-Au g-1988 27-Ju n-201 4 M.Com., B.Ed., NET 7 Miss Varsha B Ingalhalli C/o B S Ingalhalli, 442/13 (A), Nandini Co-op. Hsg. Society, Ariway Hsg. Colony, Near MES College Zuarinagar - Goa 403726 Asst. Professo r 880664613 9 / 0832-25552 12 4-Mar1990 1-Jul2014 M.Com.,NE T 8 Mr. Sunny Sonu Pandhre Flat no. 2/213/C6, Apartmentos De Alegria, Duler, Mapusa - Bardez Goa 403507 Asst. Professo r 758844560 7 / 0832-22516 01 16-Apr -1990 15-Ju n-201 5 M.Com., NET 9 Mr. Pankaj Prakash Shirodker H.No. 1021, Near Maruti Temple, Maruti Gad, Tisk Asst. Professo r 954574475 9 21-Jul1990 30-Ju n-201 5 M.Sc., NET Usgaon - Ponda - Goa 10 Miss. Shamal Dessai Flat A-2, Kamson Plaza, Vijaynagar, Alto Parvari, Bardez - Goa 403521 Asst. Professo r 758813271 8 17-07- 1989 15-Ju n-201 6 MA, NET 11 Mr. Darshan Gaonkar H.No. 4/A, Housing Board - Curti, Ponda - Goa 403401 Asst. Professo r 986093721 1 / 997552554 3 17-Feb -1991 26-Ju n-201 5 M.Com. NET & SET 12 Mrs. Santoshi Narvencar Flat No. A-6, Devashri Bhavan, Behind Holy Family High School, Succorro Parvari - Goa 403501 Asst. Professo r -EVS 985016499 7 19-Ma y-1980 15-Ju n-201 7 M.Sc., M.Phil. 13 Shruthi Vasudev Adpaikar H.No. 720, Gauri Niwas, Pontemol, Curchorem, Goa Asst. Professo r - Compute r Applicati on 839037977 9 17-12- 1992 8-Jan17 M.E. - Electronics & Communica tion 14 Sarita Shirodkar Parker R/o Kamala Spurti, Near Govt. Primary School, Khorlim Mapusa - Goa Asst. Professo r - Bus. Law 800737798 4 5-08-1 990 15-Ju n-17 LLM 15 Mrs. P Jyoti Kiran 204, Adwalpalkar's Eleganza, Nagali Hills, Near Sateri Temple, Taleigao, Panaji - Goa 403002 Asst. Professo r - English 997012570 3 / 6513574 31-05- 1973 15-Ju n-17 NET, M.A. 16 Mr. Shrikant Basappa Madar H.No. 345, Near Santoshi Mata Temple, Housing Board Colony, New Vaddem, Vasco - Goa Asst. Professo r - Economi cs 837800695 9 / 976247452 1 15-01- 1995 17/07 /2017 M.A. - Economics 17 Shri. Sunny Kanekar H.No. 155, Ward No. 10, Valpoi - Sattari - Goa Director of Phy. Edu. 992313421 3 / 915885455 0 12-10- 1982 19-Ju n-13 M.Phil., M.P.Ed., NET & SET 18 Dr. Anil Tukaram Thosare 2A/202 Sai Sankul Annex, Barve Road, Khadakpada, Kalyan (W) 421301 Associat e Professo r in Educatio n 922697610 4 / 976843176 7 21-09- 1974 29-Au g-16 SET, Ph.D., M.Ed., MA - History, MA - Pol. Science 19 Mr. Kedarnath S-5, 1-B, Kamat Plaza, St. Inez, Panaji - Goa 403001 Asst. Professo r 901105201 5 15-Oct -1980 15-Ju n-15 MA, SET, MBA Sudhir Tadkod 20 Mrs. Rama Dinkar Murkunde Flat No. 201, Samarth Enclave,M-9, Chidvilas Colony, St Inez, Caranzalem 403002 Asst. Professo r 985046827 8 26-10- 82 20-Ju n-16 NET, MA - Linguistics, MA - Konkani, B.Ed. 21 Dr. Sagar Pandurang Mali C/o Prof. Subhash R Ingale, Flat No. F/SL, 2nd Floor, Vidyanagar, Aquem, Margao Asst. Professo r 937123989 3 18-07- 82 27-Ju n-16 NET, SET, Ph.D., M.Phil, MBA, M.Sc., MA 22 Shri. Uaddhav Vijay Pol Plot No. 29, Kirnoday Shri Sai Hsg Society, Golibar Maidan, Godoli, Satara - 415001 Asst. Professo r 940560691 7 / 940423224 8 30-05- 79 1-Jul16 SET, M.Phil., M.Ed. MA 23 Priya Suresh Gosavi Gosaviwada, Barcem, Quepem, South Goa 403703 Asst. Professo r 800717054 3 / 992314301 3 25-Jan -1988 15-Ju n-17 SET, M.A., B.Ed. 24 Dr. Sangeeta Rajesh Dessai Flat No. 1, Shreyash Co-op. Society, Rego Bagh, Alto-Santacruz - Goa Asst. Professo r - English 750745607 9 / 976549323 2 20/07/ 1980 19/06 /2017 Ph.D., M.A., SET 25 Gautam Gurudas Gaude H.No. 29, Madder Wada, Near Ganesh Temple, Mangeshi, Ponda - Goa Asst. Professo r - Educatio n 976460077 1 / 914508032 9 13/12/ 1987 16/06 /2017 SET, NET (JRF), M.Sc., M.Ed. 26 Dr. Sonali Shankhwalk ar F-5, Wadji Bldg., Next to St. Inez Chruch, St. Inez, Panaji - 403001 Asst. Professo r - History - Methods 942081896 3 / 0832-24220 37 / 2227860 24/7/1 974 20/09 /2017 NET, Ph.D., M.Ed., M.A. Pol. Sci., LL.B., M.A. - Psychology, M.A. - History 27 Dr. Manisha Vishnupant h Kulkarni H.No. 218, Kotkarwada, Pernem - Goa 403512 Asst. Professo r - Educatio n 942111584 7 03/01/ 1976 15/09 /2017 Ph.D., NET - Education, SET - Education, M.Phil. - Edu, M.Ed., M.Sc. - Env., M.A. - Sociology 28 Roopali Viraj Devarde Shakuntala House, H.No. 1830/18, Haliwada Road, Gopal Nagar, Parvari, Bardez - Goa Asst. Professo r - Geograp hy 800738347 6/ 855405169 2 23-Jun -1984 14/08 /2017 MA, B.Ed. 29 Amar T Kulkarni Nangnur K S., Po: Rashing, Tal: Hukkeri, Dist: Belgaum 591313 Asst. Professo r - Performi ng Arts 862484970 7 10-06- 88 04-08 -2017 M.T.A. - Theatre Arts 30 Samata Gajanan Marathe At/Po: Nanoda, Varchawada, Asnoda, Bicholim - Goa Asst. Professo r - Marathi (Foundat ion) 942021075 2 / 942115150 8 26/04/ 1986 26/07 /2017 M.A. Marathi, M.Ed. 31 Yuvaradnye e Narayan Gaonkar H.No. 08, Nandran Mollem, Dharbandora - Goa 403410 Asst. Professo r - Hindi 963796645 5 06-07- 88 8-Aug -17 M.A. - Hindi 32 Poonam Sachin Patil H.No. 127, Near Karma Residency, Alto Dabolim, Vasco - Goa 403711 Asst. Professo r - Marathi 777695916 6 22/10/ 1982 M.A. - Marathi, M.A.-Histor y, B.Ed. 33 Mr. Kalidas Mhamal Junaswada Mandrem, Pernem - Goa Asst. Professo r Fine Arts 982310523 7 30-05- 88 M.F.A. 34 Ms. Ekta Vaswani CA2/6 Sapna Gardens, Chogam Road, Porvorim - Goa Asst. Professo r - ICT 976448718 8 11-03- 82 M.Sc. - IT 35 Sneha Babi Ghadi H.No. 71, Bholwada, Karapur, Sankhali - Goa Asst. Professo r - History 976478018 8 36 Valene Rita Monteiro H.No. 293/A, Ward No. 4(IV), Dantoloi, Curtorim, Salcete, South Goa 403709 Asst. Professo r - History 985055081 1 / 2786676 12-01- 87 M.A.- History, B.Ed. 37 Dattaram Devu Fale Flat No. 13, Sesa Apartments, Joefilnagar, Ponda - Goa Asst. Professo r - History 992378482 2 20/12/ 1991 M.A. - History 38 Roopali Viraj Devarde Shakuntala House, H.No. 1830/18, Haliwada Road, Gopal Nagar, Parvari, Bardez - Goa Asst. Professo r 800738347 6/ 855405169 2 23-Jun -1984 MA, B.Ed. NON-TEACHING​ ​STAFF 39 Shri. Nitesh D Naik H.No.249, Deulwada, Kudne, Sanquelim, Goa. Librarian 992327258 5 15-Jun -1979 1-Jul14 M.Lib, NET & SET 40 Shri. Shrishkuma r S Patil H. No. 178/26, Parvati Kunj, Narayan Nagar, Honda, Sattari - Goa Account ant 942073700 6 21-Jul1977 19-Oc t-13 M.Com., DCM 41 Shri. Ashay N Naik H.No. 888/1, Near Holy Family High School, Parvari - Bardez - Goa - 403501 Compute r Laborato ry Assistant 954572512 9, 952795280 9, 0832-24148 85 29-Jan -1987 18-Ja n-16 M.C.A. 42 Shri. Santosh Dhargalkar H.No. 160, Ward No. 13, Khorlim, Mapusa - Goa U.D.C. 942331591 9 3-Jul-1 977 5-Oct13 BA, B.Ed., 43 Shri. Rajaram S Sandye At. Kanekar Chal, Near Municipality Ground, Valpoi, Sattari - Goa L.D.C. 982303579 9 28-Ma y-1976 1-Aug -13 M.Com., PGDPM&IR, DCM 44 Shri. Chetan H Salgaonkar H.No. 58/6, Tar Waddo, Colvale, Bardez - Goa L.D.C. (P.H.) 992303667 9 9-Mar1998 15-Se p-14 B.Com., DCA 45 Shri. Siddhesh R Naik H.No. 225, Ramnagar, Betim - Bardez - Goa 403101 DEO 982215066 6 3-Nov1983 12-Ja n-16 HSC 46 Rohit S Pilankar Near Saibaba Temple, Canca Bandh, Mapusa, Goa DEO 992382623 7 09-09- 1991 16-Fe b-16 BCA 47 Anand Singh LDC - Exservice men 48 Shri. Suhas R Malik C/o. Dr. Bhiwa L Malik, F-6, Mansukh Appts., Alto Porvorim - Goa Gymkha na Attendan t 967389465 5 5-May -1974 19-Ju n-13 SSC 49 Shri. Tareshwar Adpaikar H. No. 46/G, Gawali-Moula, Goa Velha Tiswadi Goa 403108 Peon - O.B.C. 992350708 0 23-Feb -1973 19-Se p-14 VIIIth 50 Shri. Amol H Naik H.No. 516, Salwodor Do Mundo, Bardez - Goa 403521 Peon-P.H . 965758596 1 30-Jan -1993 19-Ju n-13 SSC 51 Shri. Prabhakar Kavlekar At. Calapur, Oddlem -Bhat, Tiswadi - Goa Peon 982214133 5 24-Au g-1968 24-Ju n-13 SSC 52 Shri. Prakash Pandurang Gauns H.No. 110, Ward No. 14, Samta Nagar, Khorlim, Mapusa Peon 750739111 0 2-Jan1973 22-Se p-14 VIIIth 53 Shri. Pravin Gajanan Naik Suvarenbhat, Kumbharjua, Goa Watchm en 988149289 8 03-12- 68 VIIIth MANUAL​ ​10 The​ ​monthly​ ​remuneration​ ​received​ ​by​ ​each​ ​of​ ​its​ ​officers​ ​and​ ​employees​ ​including,​ ​the system​ ​of​ ​compensation​ ​as​ ​provided​ ​in​ ​its​ ​regulations. Section​ ​4(1)​ ​(b)​ ​(X) MANUAL​ ​11 The​ ​Budget​ ​allocated​ ​to​ ​each​ ​of​ ​its​ ​agency,​ ​indication​ ​the​ ​particulars​ ​of​ ​all​ ​plans,​ ​proposed expenditure​ ​and​ ​reports​ ​on​ ​disbursements​ ​made. Section​ ​4(1)​ ​(b)​ ​(XI) MANUAL​ ​12 The​ ​manner​ ​of​ ​execution​ ​of​ ​subsidy​ ​programmes,​ ​including​ ​the​ ​amounts​ ​allocated​ ​and​ ​the details​ ​of​ ​beneficiaries​ ​of​ ​such​ ​programmes. Section​ ​4(1)​ ​(b)​ ​(XII) NIL MANUAL13 Particulars​ ​of​ ​Recipients​ ​of​ ​concessions,​ ​permits​ ​or​ ​authorisations​ ​granted​ ​by​ ​it. Section​ ​4(1)​ ​(b)​ ​(XIII) NIL MANUAL​ ​14 Details​ ​in​ ​respect​ ​of​ ​the​ ​information,​ ​available​ ​to​ ​or​ ​held​ ​by​ ​it,​ ​reduced​ ​in​ ​an​ ​electronic form. Section​ ​4(1)​ ​(b)​ ​(XIV) NIL MANUAL​ ​15 The​ ​particulars​ ​of​ ​facilities​ ​available​ ​to​ ​citizens​ ​for​ ​obtaining​ ​information​ ​including​ ​the working​ ​hour​ ​of​ ​library​ ​or​ ​reading​ ​room,​ ​if​ ​maintained​ ​for​ ​public​ ​use. Section​ ​4(1)​ ​(b)​ ​(XV) The facilities available for obtaining information 1. The college website. 2. Wi-Fi Internet. 3. Library 4. Notice boards 5. Library working hours: from 8.00 a.m. To 5.00 p.m. MANUAL​ ​16 The​ ​names,​ ​designations​ ​and​ ​other​ ​particulars​ ​of​ ​the​ ​public​ ​information​ ​officers. Section​ ​4(1)​ ​(b)​ ​(XVI) The following are the public information officers. Information​ ​under​ ​the​ ​Right​ ​to​ ​information​ ​Act​ ​2005 FIRST APPELLATE AUTHORITY Dr.M.R.Patil Principal,​ ​VPCCECM PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER Dr. Sukahji G. Naik Vice-Principal,​ ​VPCCECM ASSISTANT PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER Shri. Santosh Dhargalkar Head​ ​Clerk,​ ​VPCCECM 0832-2410500, 2413600 / info@Vidyaprabodhinicollege.edu.in / www.vidyaprbodhinicollege.edu.in MANUAL​ ​17 Such​ ​other​ ​information​ ​as​ ​may​ ​be​ ​prescribed,​ ​and​ ​thereafter​ ​update​ ​these​ ​publications every​ ​year. Section​ ​4(1)​ ​(b)​ ​(XVII) NIL