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Key Indicator - 7.1 Institutional Values and Social Responsibilities (50)

Gender Equity and celebration of days of National/International commemoration

7.1.1 Measures initiated by the Institution for the promotion of gender equity and Institutional initiatives to celebrate / organize national and international commemorative days, events and festivals during the last five years (Within 500 words) (QlM)

Gender equity- measures initiated: Women’s cell / Women’s Association was formed to give moral support to the girls and women staff in solving their problems. The campus is ragging free. Women’s cell encourages the girls to express their problems freely without any fear. Seminars are organized about gender equity. Women students number is properly reflected in all committees. Women students are encouraged to participate in National sports and athletics along with boys. 

Celebrate commemorative Days (promotion of gender equity):

Gender audit: A gender audit is a tool to assess and check the institutionalization of gender equality into organizations, including in their policies, programmes, projects and/or provision of services, structures, proceedings and budgets. Gender audits allow organizations ‘to set their own houses in order, and change aspects of the organizational culture which discriminate against women staff and women beneficiaries. It helps the  institution to  identify and understand gender patterns within their composition, structures, processes, organizational culture and management of human resources, and in the design and delivery of curriculum. They also help assess the impact of college performance and its management on gender equality within the organization. The process establishes a baseline against which progress can be measured over time, identifying critical gender gaps and challenges, and making recommendations of how they can be addressed through improvements and innovations. 

The observation of the gender audit is that women members are now active in all college activities. Majority of women staff members are part of all statutory and non-statutory committees. Women students are encouraged to join as members in committees, class leaders. Women staff members are encouraged to take up the roles of coordinators. The college present IQAC coordinator and vice-principal is a women memberGender sensitization seminars are conducted on International women's Day, Indrani Jaggarao memorial Day. Men and women students are invited to  participate in the seminars. Gender equity is discussed in conducting the seminars, student fests, sports and cultural activities. Women are  actively engaged in extension outreach activities. Good number of women students have joined NCC/NSS.

A separate room is arranged for women students. Counseling to women, who are married and under domestic stress, is arranged separately. Gym timings are separate for women members.

Commomeration of Days new.pdf

Environmental Consciousness and Sustainability and Divyangjan friendly initiatives

7.1.2 The Institution has facilities and initiatives for (QnM)

1. Alternate sources of energy and energy conservation measures

2. Management of the various types of degradable and non-degradable waste

3. Water conservation

4. Green campus initiatives 

5. Disabled-friendly, barrier free environment


A. 4 or All of the above

B. 3 of the above

C. 2 of the above

D.1 of the above

E. None of the above

SOP 7.1.2 Landscape.pdf Restricted entry of automobiles in to college.pdf Recycling rejectedwater R O Plant_compressed (1).pdf

7.1.3 Quality audits on environment and energy regularly undertaken by the Institution.(QnM)

The institutional environment and energy initiatives are confirmed through the following

1. Green audit / Environment audit

2. Energy audit

3. Clean and green campus initiatives

4. Beyond the campus environmental promotion and sustainability activities


A. All of the above

B. Any 3 of the above

C. Any 2 of the above

D. Any 1 of the above

E. None of the above

SOP 7.1.3

Inclusion, Situatedness, Human values & professional ethics

7.1.4 Describe the Institutional efforts/initiatives in providing an inclusive environment i.e., tolerance and harmony towards cultural, regional, linguistic, communal socioeconomic diversity and Sensitization of students and employees to the constitutional obligations: values, rights, duties and responsibilities of citizens. (Within 500 words)(QlM)

A culturally inclusive environment requires mutual respect, effective relationships, clear communication, explicit understandings about expectations and critical self-reflection. In an inclusive environment, people of all cultural orientations can freely express who they are, their own opinions and points of view, fully participate in teaching, learning, work and social activities, feel safe from abuse, harassment or unfair criticism. In a culturally inclusive institution,  individual students can participate fully in classes, aim to study better, aim to achieve better academic results, experience less stress and have enhanced career prospects. All staff can interact more fully with other staff and students, and can extend and develop their own cultural awareness. The college  benefits from culturally diverse staff and students through exposure to alternate perspectives and experiences. The 

Inclusive practice

We understand inclusive practice to be the use of interactive strategies that acknowledge and value cultural diversity in our college. Students and staff can benefit from culturally inclusive practice and experience diversity as a resource that enriches our teaching, learning, research, service provision and other work. If we don’t adopt inclusive practices, the result is that some individuals will feel marginalized, isolated and discouraged. We may also miss valuable opportunities to learn about alternate experiences. Handbooks which include human values and professional ethics, and college code of conduct are distributed to all the stakeholders  of Mrs A V N College (Students, staff, parents, alumni).

Inclusive practice enables all students and staff to get the maximum academic, personal and social benefit from their experience at Mrs A V N College.  With respect to the distinctiveness of every student, we try to ignite a feeling of ‘mutual trust and friendship’ among all the members of the institution by giving space to each and every stakeholder to participate, explore, enhance and attain their full potential, ultimately making the campus an equitable place. An inclusive environment on campus contributes to making college a safe, enjoyable and productive place for everyone in the college community, and can enhance our interactions with the wider community. Most of all, it is important to regard cross-cultural interactions as an opportunity for all of us to learn.

Peer platforms and informal support groups are created to provide an inclusive space for students. Teacher mentors are assigned to a group of students for assistance. 

Constitutional obligations: Human rights day, Voters day, Dr B R Ambedkar birth day, Constitutional day, education day are commemorated in the college. Students are taught the importance of constitutional obligations by the resource persons. Students are encouraged to participate in the Govt sponsored rallies on AIDS, Girl Child day, ban on plastic, environment awareness

Inclusive environment: The management, staff and other stakeholders are magnanimous and are giving a helping hand to the economically weaker section students and students of previous batches in extending monetary benefit, career guidance and employment facilities. Student feedback system has been practiced since a long time to grade and analyze the teachers’ performance, an essential element in quality assurance. In addition feedback is taken from students regarding administration and facilities provided in the college. Scholarships are offered by philanthropists alumni over and beyond to include students from weaker economic sections. 

Constitutional obligations:

Key Indicator - 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(QlM)

Best Practice 1

Title: Women’s cell 

Objective:To express their problems without fear (100 words)

Context:Increasing crimes against women in the society has led to the insecurity in the minds of women (150 words)

Practice: Women’s cell encourages the girls to express their problems freely without any fear (400n words)

Evidence of success :This created a sense of security among female staff/students (200 words) 

Problems encountered and Resources required : 5 woman staff members (150 words)

Notes :to create awareness, campaigns are held (150 words)

Best Practice 2 

Title:  Share the vision-Students morning assembly

Objective: To fill the patriotic spirit among students as well as teachers. 

Context: To provide opportunities to create community spirit among students and teachers.


The practice: Appreciating the students achievements and providing important information.

Evidence of success: students discipline and active participation in curricular and extra curricular activities. 

Problems encountered and Resources required: students are not coming on time. Motivation in the classroom plays a key role in participating in the assembly.

Notes: Teachers should spare extratime to counsel the students.

Best Practice 3

Title:  Plastic free campus

 Use of plastic is banned on campus. Paper tea cups, cloth bags are used in the canteen.

Copy of Best Practises 2

Key Indicator - 7.3 Institutional Distinctiveness (20)

7.3.1 Portray the performance of the Institution in one area distinctive to its priority and thrust within 1000 words(QlM)

The most distinctive attribute of Mrs.A.V.N.College is that the institution is student-centered. ‘Student first’ is one of the core values of the college. The founder of the institution has developed a strong institutional culture, which has been practiced since the inception of the college.The fee structure of the college is fixed keeping the socio-economic status of the said students in view, and till date, the institution is being run on a non-profitable basis. By virtue of the benevolence of the founder, 156 endowment prizes have been constituted in the name of several alumni and retired teachers. The endowment prizes are given away each year to meritorious students from different programmes.The institution has been giving the priority to extracurricular activities. Sports and games, NCC and NSS are offered by the institution. The college has 16 national and international players in boxing, kickboxing, target ball, handball, football, net ball, and athletics to it’s credit.One of the students, GOSALA RAJU with enrolment number, 719130805031, B.SC, M P C, 2019-20, has achieved awards in the field of mountaineering. He reached Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, Africa, Uhuru peak, 5895m. 

7.3.1 Distinctiveness