RTI
 
RTI applications should be addressed to PIO, SPM College, Punjabi Bagh West, New Delhi 110026. Postal order should be drawn in favour of Principal, SPM College.  
 
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1.

Particulars of organization, functions and duties.

2.

Powers and duties of officers and employees.

3.

Procedures followed in decision-making processes.

4.

Norms set for the discharge of functions.

5.

Rules, regulation, instructions, manuals and records for discharging functions.

6.

A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it under its control.

7.

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 of implementation.

8.

A statement of boards, council committees and other bodies constituted.

9.

Directory of officers and employees.

10.

The monthly remuneration received by each of the officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in the regulations.

11.

The budget allocated to each agency.

12.

The manner of execution of subsidy program.

13

Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorizations granted.

14.

Information available in an electronic form.

15.

Particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information.

16.

Name, designation and other particulars of Public Information Officers.

17.

Other information as may be prescribed.

Manual1:
Particulars of organisation, functions and duties

Shyama Prasad Mukherji College is a well known women's college of University of Delhi. It was established by Delhi Administration in 1969 in the memory of Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherji, a great patriot, educationist, statesman, parliamentarian, humanitarian and a campaigner for national unity and integrity. He became the youngest Vice Chancellor of Calcutta University in 1934. Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherji devoted a lifetime to the cause of education.

The college has a spacious building in Punjabi Bagh situated amidst sprawling lawns and play grounds, Our college endeavours to guide and prepare young women to face the challenges of the modern world. The college offers B.A. Programme and Honours degree at the Bachelors level in Humanities and Commerce and Professional Courses like B.EI.Ed., B.Ed, and B.Sc. (Hons) Computer Science. We have three departments i.e. Hindi, Sanskrit and Political Science which enroll students at masters level.

Undergraduate

Undergraduate

Post Graduate

Professional

General

Honours

 

 

B.A. Programme

B.A.(H) English

M.A. Hindi

*B.Ed. (One year

B.Com. Programme

B.A.(H) Hindi

M.A. Political Science

course)

 

B.A.(H) Sanskrit

M.A. Sanskrit

**B.EI.Ed (4 Yr. Course)

B.A.(H) Political Science

(Admission & Teaching of these courses is done at the University level. Tutorials are held in the college.)

 

B.A.(H) History

B.A.(H) Economics

B.A.(H) Maths

B.A.(H) Philosophy

B.A.(H) Applied Psychology

B.Com. (H)

B.Sc. (H) Computer Science

Public involvement in the affairs of the college is through nomination of people from various walks of public life to its Governing Body as per provisions of statute 30(1)(c)(i) of Delhi University Act, 1922. Management of various activities of the college is supervised by the Principal through designated committees. Monitoring of the affairs of the college is done by its Governing Body, Academic Council & Executive Council of the University of Delhi.

Library and Reading Room:

The college maintains a double storey library in a separate wing for the college students. The Library remains opens throughout the year from 8.30 a.m.  To 5.30 p.m. except on Saturdays and Sundays. It has collection of about 61,619 books on various subjects and 95 periodicals. Our college Library is fully automated. Facilities for access to internet have been provided for students and faculty members to support academic activities. There is a facility of Book-Bank for economically weaker students .

College Auditorium: 

The spacious Auditorium is fully air-conditioned and is equipped with all State-of-Art facilities. It has a seating capacity of approx. 1200 students.

College Seminar Hall:

The college hall is the venue for multiple activities throughout the year.

Medical Room:

The college maintains an adequately equipped Medical room. A well qualified part-time physician and nurse attend to the needs of the students in the college.

College Canteen:

The college provides a comfortable canteen for the students. Outsiders are not permitted in the college canteen.

Family Counseling Center:

The center provides counseling, referral and rehabilitative services to those who are facing problems in their family lives, or have been victims of traumatic experiences or social discrimination.

College Magazine:

The college Magazine ‘SHYAMA’ is published every year. Students are encouraged to contribute written and visual compositions to its three sections -- Hindi, English and Sanskrit.

NCC:

The N.C.C. unit of the college has distinguished itself in the 7Bn. (N.C.C.).  In three  years of training a cadets attend different types of camps. After attending the camps cadets appear for ‘B’ or ‘C’ certificate examination.

NSS:

The N.S.S. team of the college has made significant contributions in the area of social services. The NSS also runs adult education classes and provide social guidance to illiterate individuals.

Vocational and Talent Development Center:

To make the prevalent system more meaningful the College has introduced a few short term professional and semi-professional courses in the following areas.

1.       Textile designing including Tie and Dye; Batik, fabric Painting

2.       Cutting and Tailoring

3.       Embroidery

4.       Dress Designing  & Drafting

5.       Beauty culture

6.       Secretarial Practice Course (Stenography English)

Bank:

The college has banking facilities on its premises. A branch of Indian Overseas Bank operates in the college.

Students Common Room:

The College has a spacious common room facility for students where they can sit and relax during their free periods and recess.

Study Centers:

UGC has established various studies centers under the UGC programme 'EPOCH making social thinkers of India'. The purpose of this programme is to introduce academic communities to the great social and philosophical thinkers of India, and to have their cultural legacies inspire and shape academic research work. The various studies centers of the college are Buddhist Studies Center, Guru Nanak Studies Center and Gandhian Studies Center. These centers conduct certificate courses, and have organized several talks.

Office of the Principal, Shyama Prasad Mukherji College, Road No. 57, Punjabi Bagh (West), New Delhi-110 026.
Hours of office are from 9.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. (Monday to Friday)

Manual 2:
Powers and duties of officers and employees.

The Principal is the Chief Executive and Academic Officer of the college. She is responsible for appropriate administration and organisation, of teaching and extra-curricular activities in the college. The powers and duties of the Governing Body and other authorities as per Statute 30 and Ordinance XVIII of the University of Delhi are specified in Governance of Colleges, University of Delhi.

Manual 3:
Procedure followed in decision-making process.

Decisions in matters of organising admissions, sports, extra-curricular activities, preparation of the college time table, allocation of extra-curricular work of teachers not involving payment of remuneration and laying guidelines for purchase of Library books and lab. equipment are taken by the Staff Council, subject to the provisions of the Act, Statutes and Ordinances of the University. The decisions regarding institution, suspension or abolition of teaching and non-teaching posts is taken by the Governing Body. The college functions under the general supervision and control of the Governing Body.

Manual 4:
Norms set for the discharge of functions.

Norms and standards for various academic activities of the college are set by the relevant authorities such as the Academic Council and Executive Council of the University and by Staff Council and Governing Body of the College.

Manual 5:
Rules, regulation, instructions, manuals and records for discharging functions.

1.

Statutes of the University of Delhi as given in Section 29(1) of the Delhi University Act, 1922.

2.

Ordinances   of the University as given under Section 30 of the Delhi University Act, 1922

3.

Regulations / instructions for admissions and examinations in all the courses (under-graduate / post-graduate / research) of studies.

4.

University Non-teaching Employees (Terms and Conditions of Service) Rules, 1971.

5.

Various rules / instructions concerning personnel management for the teaching and non-teaching staff as approved by the University and adopted by the Governing Body.

6.

Fundamental Rules and Supplementary Rules of Government of India except where the University has its own provisions with regard to teaching and non-teaching staff.

Manual 6:
A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it for under its control.

1.

The College prospectus and the annual report are published every year.

2.

University Calendar - Vol. I dealing with Statutory provisions can be accessed at Delhi University website – www.du.ac.in

3.

University Calendar - Vol. II dealing with various courses

NB

Matters pertaining to examinations (confidential), paper setting, evaluation of scripts and consequent procedures; composition and proceedings of the selection committees and minutes of the Governing Body and Staff Council are confidential and not available in public domain.

Manual 7:
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 of implementation.

The College Governing Body which directly supervises the affairs of the college has ten members who are eminent personalities of the society and representatives of the public. Besides the college holds public interaction programmes and open sessions at the time of admissions.

Manual 8:
A statement of boards, council committees and other bodies constituted.

The various committees of the Staff Council :

 

Admission Committee

Time Table Committee

Attendance Register/Prospectus

College Magazine

 

Academic Supervisory Committee

Orientation

Annual and Supplementary Examinations

Student Advisers

Medical

Fee Concession and Student Aid Fund and Scholarship

Annual Day

Library Committee

General Knowledge

NSS

Garden Committee

Canteen & Refreshment Committee

Discipline Committee

Family Counselling Centre

Work-Load Committee

Cultural Committee

Dramatic Committee

Dance Committee

Debate Committee

Monitoring Committee

P.F. Committee

Convocation & Alumni

Placement Cell

Vocational Course / Hobby

Add On Courses

Purchase Committee

Cleanliness Committee

B.A.(P) & B.A.(H) Coordination Committee

Infrastructure and Implementation Committee

Study Centers

Manual 9:
Directory of officers and employees.

It is available in printed form as well as on website of the college http://spm.du.ac.in/ under the College Information link.

Manual 10:
The monthly remuneration received by each of the officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in the regulations.

The pay scales of various teaching and non-teaching staff are as prescribed by the University Grants Commission and adopted by the University.

1.

16400-450-20900-500-22400

Principal

2.

12000-420-18300

Reader

3.

10000-325-15200

Sr. Lecturer

4.

8000-275-13500

Lecturer, Admn. Officer, Librarian

5.

6500-200-10500

Section Officer, Sr. P.A.

6.

5500-175-9000

Prof. Assistant

7.

5000-150-8000

Sr. Assistant, Scientific Assistant

8.

4500-125-7000

Technical Assistant, Semi-Prof. Asstt.

9.

4000-100-6000

Assistant, Lab. Assistant

10.

3050-75-3950-80-4590

Jr. Assistant, Driver, Caretaker

11.

2650-65-3300-70-4000

Lab. Attendant, Library Attendant

12.

2650-65-3300-70-4000

G.O.

13.

2610-60-3150-65-3540

Daftri

14.

2550-55-2660-60-3200

Office Attendant

Manual 11:
The budget allocated to each agency.

The budget and the financial estimates are approved by the Governing Body and sanctioned by the Govt. of NCT of Delhi. The Budget outlay for the financial year 2008-09 was

Recurring

Rs.

Non-Recurring

Rs.

Manual 12:
The manner of execution of subsidy program.

Not applicable to the college

Manual 13:
Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorizations granted.

Various concessions that are available to various categories of students in admission to various courses are given in the bulletin of information.

Scheduled Castes Scheduled Tribes OBC
22.5% (15% SC and 7.5% for ST interchangeable if necessary) of the seats in all the courses are reserved for candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes/Tribes. An increase of 27% in the intake of OBC in the year 2009 will be implemented as per University guidelines.

War Widows
5% of the seats of each course are reserved for the children/widows/wives of the officers and men of the Armed Forces including Para-military personnel killed/disabled in action or those who died/were disabled while on duty. They are required to get their names registered with the University Office.

Physically Challenged
3% seats are reserved for Physically Challenged Candidates for admission to undergraduate courses.

Foreign Students
Admission of Foreign Students is handled by the Foreign Students Advisor of the University of Delhi. No foreign student is admitted to the college unless she produces a letter from the Foreign Students Advisor, University of Delhi regarding her eligibility and clearance for her holding a student's visa.

1 The above reservations may vary with any decision taken by the University or directions from the Central Government.
2. Details of such concessions are available in the admission brochures for respective courses.

Manual 14:
Information available in an electronic form.

All the manuals here under and the other information about the college is available on the college website – http://spm.du.ac.in/

Manual 15:
Particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information.

Through the Notice Boards, College Prospectus, University Calendars and other information which is available on college website. Information for general public is disseminated occasionally through press releases, advertisements etc.

          Manual 16:
Name, designation and other particulars of Public Information Officers.

List of Public Information Officers

S.No.

Designation of the Officer designated as PIO

Postal Address

Telephone No.

e-mail address

1.

Dr. (Ms.) Ravi Mohan Ahuja
Associate Professor (Dept. of  Mathematics)

SPM College , Road No. 57 , Punjabi Bagh (West), New Delhi-26.

25224499

 spmcollegedu@gmail.com

Appellate Authority

S.No.

Designation of the Officer designated as first appellate authority.

Postal Address

Telephone No.

e-mail address

1.

Dr. (Ms.) Nita N Kumar,
Officiating Principal

SPM College , Road No. 57 , Punjabi Bagh (West), New Delhi-26.

25224499

nitakr@gmail.com

Manual 17:
Other information as may be prescribed.

The person seeking information may apply on a plain paper giving particulars of information being sought and his correct address for communication. Separate application for seeking information on different subjects is required. The application has to be accompanied with the prescribed fee. (At present a fee of Rs. 10/-). The fee is payable with each application which is towards the cost of processing the request.

Schedule of fee can be had from the Public Information Officer of the college. For the time being the rates are as under .
 

i)

Rs. 2/- per page of A-4 or A-5 size.

ii)

Actual cost for sizes bigger than A-4 or A-5.

iii)

In case of printed material, the printed copies could be had from the college counter on payment.

iv)

In case of photocopies, the rate would be Rs. 2/- per page.

v)

If information is needed on a disk or floppy subject to availability of information in soft form, the fee will be Rs. 50/- per disk / floppy.