1 3. Evaluative Report of the Department 1. Name of the Department : Department of Public Administration, P.U. Chandigarh 2. Year of establishment : Is the Department part of a School/Faculty of the university? Yes 4. Names of programmes offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., D.Sc., D.Litt., etc.) : PG, M.Phil & Ph.D. 5. Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved : N.A. 6. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc. N.A. 7. Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons : N.A. 8. Examination System: Annual/Semester/Trimester/Choice Based Credit System : Semester 9. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments : N.A. 10. Number of teaching posts sanctioned, filled and actual (Professors/Associate Professors/Asst. Professors/others) Sanctioned Filled Actual including (CAS & MPS) Professor Associate Professor 3 0 1(Re-employed) Assistant Professor Others 1 0 0
2 11. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, area of specialization, experience and research under guidance Name Qualification Designation Specialization No. of Years of Experience Prof. B.S. Ghuman Prof. R.K. Johal Ph.D Professor Economic Administration & Public Enterprise Management including privatization; Poverty and Sustainable Development; Research Methodology; Educational Administration; E-Governance; Decentralization Public Policy; Regulatory Administration Ph.D Professor Public Policy; Voluntary Sector Administration; Social Policy & Welfare Administration; Initiatives in Peoples Participation; Management Information Systems and E- governance; Administrative and Office Management; Good Governance; Public Enterprise No. of Ph.D./ M.Phil. students guided for the last 4 years 34 years 3/5 15 years 3/5
3 Prof. Charanjeev Singh Sh. Komal Singh Dr. Navreet Kaur Dr. Sudhir Sharma Management Ph.D Professor Financial Administration and Management; Local Government; Computer Applications; Public Enterprise Management; Poverty Alleviation Programmes (Urban & Rural) M.A. Assistant Administrative Professor Law; Administrative Theory; Development Administration; Local Government in Ph.D Ph.D Assistant Professor Associate Professor (Reemployeed) India Social Welfare Administration Personnel Management and Industrial Relations; Industrial Psychology; Labour Welfare & Administration. 15 years 3.5/6 9 years 8.5 years 0/7 38 years 0/7 12. List of senior Visiting Fellows, adjunct faculty, emeritus professors : Nil 13. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty programme-wise information : Nil 14. Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio
4 Sanctioned: Progr - amme Sanctione d strength Total student s Number of faculty members required Associat Asstt. Other e Professo s Professo r r Prof. Tota l Studen t Teache r Ratio :1 Actual: Sanctione d strength Total student s Number of faculty members required Associate Asstt. Other Professor Professo s Prof. M.A * I MA-II 60+9* M.Phi 10 l * NRI seats. Programme M.A.-I 60+9* MA-II M.Phil -I 60+9* 10 (reemploye d) * NRI seats. Tota l r Studen t Teache r Ratio 25:1 15. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled and actual Sanctioned Filled Actual Administrative Staff Academic Support Staff(Technical Staff) NIL NIL NIL 16. Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies Research Methodogy, MDG s goals, environment, local governance, Public Policy, Health, Education, NGO s, participation development etc. 17. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international
5 funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Give the names of the funding agencies, project title and grants received project-wise. -NIL- 18. Inter-institutional collaborative projects and associated grants received a) National collaboration b) International collaboration Title of Project Grant received Funding Agency International/National Participating Faculty Canadian Model of Community Colleges: Lessons for Higher Education Policy in India Rs. 6,25,000/- Shastri Indo- Canadian Institute (SICI), Calgary/New Delhi. International Prof. B.S. Ghuman (Co- Investigator) Prof. R.K. Johal Mr. Komal Singh Research on Current Initiatives: Lessons Learnt and Potential Best Practices in the Field of Youth and Local Self Governance in Bangladesh, India, Malaysia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka Rs. 2,26, Commonwealth Asia Youth Programme Asia (CYPA), 2011 International Dr. Ramanjit Kaur Johal (PI) Jaswinder Kaur, Shaveta Begra, Pavneet Manchanda 19. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC-SAP/CAS, DPE; DBT, ICSSR, AICTE, etc.; total grants received. NIL 20. Research facility / centre with state recognition national recognition international recognition 21. Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies NIL
6 22. Publications: Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international) Monographs Chapters in Books Edited Books Books with ISBN with details of publishers Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database - International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) Citation Index range / average Name of Faculty SJR SNIP Impact Factor range / average h-index Papers published Edited Citatio SNI SJ Impac Nation al Internation al Books/Chapte rs in Books n Index P R t Factor 8 1 1/ Prof. B.S. Ghuman Prof. R.K / Johal Dr Charanjee v Singh 23. Details of patents and income generated NIL 24. Areas of consultancy and income generated 1. Public Policy formulation and implementation. 2. Consultant with commonwealth youth programme for Asia. 25. Faculty selected nationally / internationally to visit other laboratories / institutions / industries in India and abroad 1. Prof. Ramanjit Kaur Johal worked as Consultant with Commonwealth Asia Youth Programme Asia (CYPA) on Youth and Local Self Governance in Bangladesh, India, Malaysia, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, 2011.
7 2. Prof. Ramanjit Kaur Johal: Nehru-Fulbright Visiting Lecturer Fellowship (School of Public Affairs, Baruch College, New York). 26. Faculty serving in a) National committees b) b) International committees c) c) Editorial Boards d) d) any other (please specify) Sr. Name of No. Faculty 1. Prof. B.S. Ghuman 2. Prof. R.K. Johal 3. Dr. Charanjeev Singh Membership 1. Editor-in-Chief, Panjab University Research Journal(Arts), India. 2. Independent Director, Fertilizers and Chemicals Travancore Ltd. (FACT), Kochi ( ). 3. Ex-Officio Member, Punjab Governance Reforms Commission, Chandigarh ( ) 4. Honorary Secretary, Punjab & Chandigarh Regional Branch, IIPA, New Delhi. 1. Member of the Executive Council, Regional Branch (Punjab & Chandigarh), IIPA, New Delhi. 2. Member, Board of Control for the Advanced course in Public Administration ( ), IIPA, New Delhi. 3. Member of Public Administration Board of Studies(PG/UG/ Common Board) for the term 01/07/2010 to 30/06/2012, GNDU, Amritsar. 1. Member, Post Graduate & Under Graduate Board of Studies in Public Administration from 01/04/2011 to 31/03/ Member, Board of Studies in Police Administration ( ). 3. Member, Research Degree Committee Department of Community Education and Disability Studies (01/01/12 to 31/12/2013). 27. Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops, training programs and similar programs). The teachers of the department delivered lectures in Refresher/orientation programs and also conducted participation workshops in ASC. 28. Student projects percentage of students who have done in-house projects including
8 inter-departmental projects -NIL- percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with other universities / industry / institute -NIL- 29. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by Faculty Prof. Ramanjit K. Johal: Nehru-Fulbright Visiting Lecturer Fellowship (School of Public Affairs, Baruch College, New York) Doctoral /Post-doctoral fellows -NIL- Students -NIL- 30. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national / international) with details of outstanding participants, if any. Academic year Details of Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized Reforms in Governance Corruption, Ombudsman and Governance with reference to India Social Sciences: Challenges and Opportunities Facts of Theory and Practice of Public Administration Higher Education in India: Privatisation Globalisation & Regulation Role of Panchayat Bodies in Rural Development since 1959 Canadian Model of Community Colleges: Lessons for Higher Education Policy in India Administration of Urban Development and Urban Service Delivery (IIPA Annual Conference) Gandhian Model of Economic Development Education Development-Public Private Partnership Source funding of IIPA, Regional Branch, Chandigarh IIPA, Regional Branch, Chandigarh IIPA, Regional Branch, Chandigarh IIPA, Regional Branch, Chandigarh ICSSR North- Western Regional Centre, P.U., Chandigarh IIPA, Regional Branch, Chandigarh Shastri Indo- Canadian Institute (SICI), Calgary/New Delhi IIPA, Regional Branch, Chandigarh IIPA, Regional Branch, Chandigarh ICSSR North- Western Regional Centre, P.U., Chandigarh Participants All faculty members All faculty members All faculty members Prof. B.S. Ghuman Prof. R.K. Johal Dr. Sudhir Sharma Prof. B.S. Ghuman Prof. R.K. Johal Prof. B.S. Ghuman Prof. R.K. Johal Prof. B.S. Ghuman (Co-Investigator) Prof. R.K. Johal Mr. Komal Singh Prof. B.S. Ghuman Prof. R.K. Johal Mr. Komal Singh Prof. B.S. Ghuman Prof. R.K. Johal Prof. B.S. Ghuman Prof. R.K. Johal Mr. Komal Singh 31. Code of ethics for research followed by the departments The department has been following the following code of ethics for
9 research:- i. Researchers will claim authorship of a paper only if they have made a substantial contribution. Authorship may legitimately be claimed if researcher(s):- a) Conceived the ideas or experimental design; b) Participated actively in execution of the study; c) Analysed and interpreted the data; or d) Wrote the manuscript. ii. Researchers will not add or delete author(s) from a manuscript submitted for publication without consent of those author(s). iii. Researchers will not include as co-author(s) any individual who has not agreed to the content of the final version of the manuscript. iv. Researchers will not submit for publication any manuscript containing data they are not authorized to use. The University assumes that the Principal Investigator(s) of a research project retain the right to control the use of unpublished data resulting from the project unless otherwise specified by contract or explicit agreement. v. Researchers will not represent research results as new if they have been published or submitted elsewhere, or submit a manuscript for publication while it is under review for possible publication elsewhere. vi. When using ideas or results of others in manuscripts submitted for publication, researchers will give full attribution of sources. If the ideas or results have not been published, they may not be used without permission or the original researcher. Illustrations or tables from other publications or manuscripts may be used only with permission of the copyright owner. Likewise the guides/supervisors will not publish the work done by their students under their authorship and denying the credit to the student. vii. Researchers will not purposefully delay publications of another person s manuscript or that of the student they have guided to gain advantage over that person or to punish the person. viii. Researchers submitting manuscripts for publication will promptly report to editors any errors in research result or interpretations discovered after submission of manuscript or its publication. ix. All the authors should put their signatures on the manuscript before submitting for publication. This will ensure that none of the authors was ignorant as regards the content of the paper. This will ensure equal responsibility of each author. x. In terms of the order of authorship, it is proposed that students should be given authorship depending upon their contribution. xi. For success in science, interest in the subject is foremost. It is followed by the team-spirit and mutual confidence among the team-mates. Therefore the allotment of students to various faculty members subject to the availability of the seat and specialization as well as willingness of the teacher, choice of the students should be the foremost criterion.
10 32. Student profile programme-wise: Year : Name of the Applications Selected Pass percentage Programme received Male Female Male Female (refer to question no. 4) M.A M.Phil Ph.D Year : N.A. N.A. Name of the Applications Selected Pass percentage Programme received Male Female Male Female (refer to question no. 4) M.A M.Phil Ph.D N.A. N.A. Year : Name of the Applications Selected Pass percentage Programme received Male Female Male Female (refer to question no. 4) M.A M.Phil Ph.D. 27 Year : 1 14 N.A. N.A. Name of the Applications Selected Pass percentage Programme received Male Female Male Female (refer to question no. 4) M.A M.Phil Final result awaited Ph.D N.A. N.A.
11 33. Diversity of students Year Name of the % of % of students % of students % of Programme students from other from students (refer to question from the universities universities from no. 4) same within the outside the other university State State countries M.A M.Phil Ph.D Year Name of the % of % of students % of students % of Programme students from other from students (refer to question from the universities universities from no. 4) same within the outside the other university State State countries M.A M.Phil Ph.D Year Name of the % of % of students % of students % of Programme students from other from students (refer to question from the universities universities from no. 4) same within the outside the other university State State countries M.A M.Phil Ph.D Year Name of the % of % of students % of students % of Programme students from other from students (refer to question from the universities universities from no. 4) same within the outside the other university State State countries M.A M.Phil Ph.D
12 34. How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations, NET, SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise. Assessment Civil Services Defense NET SET GATE Others period Services Student progression Student progression Percentage against enrolled Assessment period UG to PG N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. PG to M.Phil % 88.88% 42.85% PG to Ph.D. 0% 0% 18.18% 61.53% Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral Employed Campus selection NIL Other than campus recruitment Entrepreneurs 36. Diversity of staff Percentage of faculty who are graduates of the same university 50.00% from other universities within the State 33.33% from universities from other States from universities outside the country - NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL 37. Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the assessment period -NIL- 38. Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities with regard to a) Library Yes, well equipped in separate room
13 b) Internet facilities for staff and students Yes, Networking & wifi facility available for staff and students 24 hrs. c) Total number of class rooms 3 Class Room, 1 Seminar Room d) Class rooms with ICT facility Yes e) Students laboratories No f) Research laboratories No 39. List of doctoral, post-doctoral students and Research Associates a) from the host institution/university List of doctoral/ph.d students:- Sr. No. Name of Research Scholar/ Fellow 1 Kuldeep singh 2 Ravinder Singh 3 Ranjeet Singh 5 Vishwadeep Chaudary 6 Neelam Kumari 7 Gagandeep Kaur 8 Anu Jasrotia 9 Promila Kanwar 11 Itika Sharma 12 Puneet Kaur 13 Lhoukhokai Sitlhou 14 Ranjit Singh 15 Deepak Sharma 17 Khushwant Singh 18 Amitabh Dwivedi 19 Souvitho Nyusou 20 Tilak R. Sarangal 21 Dinesh Kumar Malhotra 22 Harjinder Singh 23 Pooja Chanwaria 24 Aditya Sharma 25 Manish Kumar 26 Uma 27 Vinod Kumar 28 Naveen Sharma 29 Gurveen Kaur 30 Dharmendra Singh 31 Umang Bishnoi 32 Namit Kumar 33 Ritu Sharma Soni
15 81 Abdol Rahman 82 Amanjot Kaur b) from other institutions/universities 40. Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the university. Assessment Period No. of PG students getting Financial Assistance Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new programme(s)? If so, highlight the methodology. No new programme introduced in this period. 42. Does the department obtain feedback from a. faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the department utilize the feedback? Yes, Department seeks feedback in case of curriculum development before taking the matter formally to the Board of Studies. The feedback from each teacher about the papers taught is obtained followed by formal meeting of Academic Committee of the Department. Information is also sought from faculty of the affiliated colleges. The Board of Studies, every 3 rd year at the time of major changes in the syllabus, forms sub-committees comprising of faculty members from affiliated colleges, Department and USOL to prepare recommendations and these are put up for consideration of the Board of Studies. b. students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does the department utilize the feedback? Some faculty members of their own regularly obtained feedback from the students. c. alumni and employers on the programmes offered and how does the department utilize the feedback? No formal mechanism to this effect is under consideration. 43. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) 1. Dr.M.S.Gill, Former Chief Election Commissioner 2. Dr.Dinesh Chandra, Former Additional Secretary, Government of India
16 3. Shri B.S. Ojha, IAS (Retd.) 4. Dr. G.S.Aujla, Additional Director General Police, Punjab 5. Prof. S.L. Goel, Former Member, UGC 6. Prof. Sahib Singh Bhayana, Former, Honorary Director, ICSSR 44. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar) involving external experts. Assessment Period Seminars/Workshops/Special Lectures organized Research Schemes List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes. Lectures, presentation using teaching aids like:- i) LCD Projector with wifi connectivity ii) Over-head Projectors iii) Interactive multimedia 46. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes are monitored? The Department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met by conducting Snap tests, Presentations, Seminars/conferences. 47. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities. Educational-cum-field trips are organized in each semester. 48. Give details of beyond syllabus scholarly activities of the department. Seminar, conferences, extension lectures, invited lectures and organize Chandigarh Social Science Congress. 49. State whether the programme/department is accredited/graded by other agencies? If yes, give details. No 50. Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic or applied. The Department is engaged in applied as well as evaluative research. Major projects completed during this period are given in Sr. No. 18. In addition 24 National/ International papers have been published. Faculty members are also engaged in preparing study material for distance education programme of University as well as MHRD (EG Pathshala)
17 51. Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the department. Strengths: 1. The Department teaches in four specialized areas of publication:- Group A: Applied Development Administration (with special reference to India) Group B: Economic Administration (with special reference to India) Group C: Human Resource Management (with special reference to India) Group D: Administrative Management (with special reference to India) 2. Research undertaken on individual as well as research project basis in area of administration including public policy. 3. Faculty is also engaged in consultancy. 4. Services of faculty are also sought by the Govt. as Prof. B.S. Ghuman was the member of 6 th pay commission. 5. Good quality students. Weaknesses: 1. Shortage of faculty. 2. Shortage of Infrastructure. 3. Shortage of E-infrastructure. 4. Shortage of class rooms. 5. For want of fund only one international journal is subscribed. Opportunities: 1. The opportunity of the discipline has expanded in the back drop of the changing role of State, market and third sector i.e. NGOs. 2. The department is in a position to meet the requirement of public, private and NGO sector. 52. Future plans of the department. 1. Setting up a centre for Public Policy in e-governance. 2. To start 5-years integrated program at undergraduate levels.
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