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    Introduction:

    The Right to Information Act intends to set out the practical regime of Right to Information for citizens to enable them to access the information under the control of public authority in order to promote transparency and accountability in the working of such authority.Section 2 (h) of the Act defines ?public authority? as any authority or body or institution of self-governance established or constituted by or under the constitution or by law made by the Parliament or any state legislature or by notification issued by the appropriate government. It includes body owned, controlled or substantially financed by the government.In accordance with the provisions contained in section 2(j) of the Act, Right to Information means right to information accessible under this Act which is held by or under control of a public authority.This Information Handbook will enable the citizens to obtain information as to the provisions contained in various rules and regulations governing the college and related information.This Information Handbook is divided into 17 manuals.Manual ? 12 provides for information on the manner of execution of subsidy programmes. This programme is not applicable to the college.

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    Section 4(1) b(1)

    • Particulars of organisation, functions and duties?Establishment & Background :

      Bharati College is a constituent College of the University of Delhi, established in 1971 by the Delhi Government exclusively for women. It is a multi faculty college catering to, at present, approximately 1500 students enrolled in various courses.The College imparts instruction and paining in the following courses:

        • M.A. Hindi
        • B.Com (Hons.)
        • B.Com
        • B.A. Programme
        • B.A. (Hons.) English
        • B.A. (Hons.) Hindi
        • B.A. (Hons.) Sanskrit
        • B.A. (Hons.) Political Science
        • B.A. (Hons.) History
      The College also offers self financing courses in following:

      •   Foreign Languages
      • Certificate in German Language
      • Certificate in French Language
      • Diploma in German Language
      • Diploma in French Language
      • Part time Certificate Course in Russian
      • Computer proficiency through NIELIT ‘O’ & ‘A’ Level

      The College is also the teaching centre of NCWEB, University of Delhi.

      Vision Statement/Mission : To impart quality education and to provide opportunities for the overall development of women students admitted to the various courses offered by the College. The endeavor is not only to produce thinking and creative individuals but also caring and responsible citizens of the country. This is a doubly difficult task, not only because our students are women but also because a large part of students are from the rural and disadvantaged background.

      Objective : To inculcate moral and spiritual values and social sensibilities amongst the students.

      Expectation of the college from the public for enhancing its effectiveness and efficiency:The college expects objective and considered support from citizens of Delhi as well as persons directly associated with the affairs of the college and the University of Delhi.

      Arrangements and methods made for seeking public participation / contribution:Public involvement in the affairs of the college is through the nomination of people from various walks of public life on its Governing Body as per provisions of statute 30(1)(c)(i) of Delhi University Act, 1922 and other committees like the Complaints Committee against Sexual Harassment at the Workplace.

      Mechanism available for monitoring the service delivery and public grievance resolution: Teaching, administration, extra and co-curricular activities as well as all other activities of the college are supervised by the Principal through designated committees, which are overseen by the Governing Body of the College as well as the by the University of Delhi.

      Location of the College: The college is located in Janak Puri in West Delhi and is connected by Delhi Metro, the nearest Metro Station being Janak Puri East.

      Address of the College: Bharati College, C4, Janak Puri, New Delhi-110 058.

      Telephone Nos : 43273030, 43273000

      Fax : 43273060

      Working hours of the College : Office Hours : 9.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. (Monday to Friday)Classes : 9.00 a.m. to 4.40 p.m. (Monday to Saturday)

    Powers and duties of the officers and employees : The Principal is the Chief Executive and Academic Officer of the college. She is responsible for the proper administration and organization of teaching and extra-curricular activities in the college. In academic matters she is guided by the Staff Council and works through committees constituted in the Staff Council. In administrative matters, she is guided by the Governing Body.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. (Details available on University of Delhi website: www.du.ac.in)

    Procedure followed to take a decision in various matters : Decisions in matters regarding admissions, sports, extra-curricular activities, preparation of college time table, allocation of extra-curricular work to teachers not involving payment of remuneration and laying guidelines for purchase of Library books and lab equipment are taken by the Staff Council, through its committees 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.

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

    Rules, regulations and inspections used :

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

    • Ordinances of the University as set out under Section 30 of the Delhi University Act, 1922.
    • Regulations / inspections for admission and examination regarding all the courses (under-graduate / post-graduate / research) of studies.
    • University Non-teaching Employees (Terms and Conditions of Service) Rules, 1971.
    • Various rules / inspections concerning personnel management for the teaching and non-teaching staff as approved by the University and adopted by the Governing Body.
    • 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.Various rules / inspections concerning personnel management for the teaching and non-teaching staff as approved by the University and adopted by the Governing Body.

    Official documents and their availability :

    • The College prospectus is published every year
    • University Calendar – Vol. I dealing with Statutory provisions can be accessed at Delhi University website www.du.ac.in
    • University Calendar – Vol. II dealing with various courses
    NB : Matters pertaining to examination, 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 the public domain.

    Mode of public participation : The College Governing Body which directly supervises the affairs of the college has 15 members, 5 of whom are nominated by the Delhi Government and 5 by the Delhi University. They are eminent personalities of Society / Representatives of the public. Two professors are nominated by the University of Delhi. There are two teacher representatives of the college appointed by rotation, one with more than 10 years of experience and the other with less than 10 years of experience. The Principal is the Member Secretary of the Governing Body and cannot take up the membership of any other College Governing Body.Before the start of a new academic session in June every year the College holds an open sessions and interactive programmes at which the general public is invited.

    The various committees constituted by the Staff Council are as follows :

    • Admission Committee
    • Academic Committee
    • Examination Committee
    • Alumni Association
    • Garden committee
    • College Complaints Committee against Sexual Harassment
    • Staff Advisors to the Student Council
    • Cultural Committee
    • Discipline Committee
    • Sports Committee
    • Canteen Committee
    • Fee Waiver Committee
    • Promotions Advisory Committee
    • NSS Committee
    • WDC Committee
    • Work-Load Committee
    • Library Committee
    • Monitoring Committee
    • Time-Table Committee
    • Conference Committee
    • Research Committee
    • Magazine Committee
    Societies and Clubs independent of the Staff Council:

    • Eco Club
    • Film Club
    • Dramatic Society -Chilman
    • Counselling Centre
    • Red Stockings Literary Society
    • Placement Cell
    • Dance Society- Advaita
    • Commerce Society- Vanijya Samiti
    • Society of Political Science Department- Lok Samvad
    • Society of Performing Arts- Mridang
    • Nukkad Natak Society- Manthan
    • Fashion Society- Elantre
    • Debating Society- Chintan

    Concessions granted by the college: •  In Admissions :

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

    •  22? % of the total number of seats are reserved for candidates belonging to SC/ST (15% for SC and 7? % for ST). Relaxation to the extent of 5% in the minimum marks is given to the candidates belonging to SC/ST to determine their eligibility and merit for admission to the concerned courses . Further relaxation is given to the extent in order to fill up all the reserved seats. SC/ST candidates are required to register with the University which forwards to the College the candidates to be submitted to the various courses.

    •  5% of the total number of seats in each of the courses have been 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 on duty or Ex-servicemen/serving personnel who are in receipt of Gallantry Awards. Relaxation to the extent of 5% in the minimum marks is given to the candidates belonging to SC/ST to determine their eligibility and merit for admission to the concerned courses . Further relaxation is given to the extent in order to fill up all the reserved seats. SC/ST candidates are required to register with the University which forwards to the College the candidates to be submitted to the various courses.

    •  3% seats are reserved for physically challenged candidates for admission to under-graduate courses. Relaxation to the extent of 5% in the minimum marks is given to the candidates belonging to SC/ST to determine their eligibility and merit for admission to the concerned courses . Further relaxation is given to the extent in order to fill up all the reserved seats. SC/ST candidates are required to register with the University which forwards to the College the candidates to be submitted to the various courses.

    •  The college admits foreign students including those from Sikkim, Nepal, Bhutan and the Kashmiri migrants as and when recommended by the University.

    •   Not more than 5% of the total number of seats separately both in Honours and Pass courses (except those courses where there is an admission test or where there are centralized admissions) are offered for admission on the basis of sports and co-curricular distinctions.

    NB : 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.

    Fee Concession : Granted to needy students on merit-cum means basis.

    Concessions availed by the college : College avails concessions in excise and customs duties on the procurement of equipment, etc. for academic purposes.

    Fees Structure : Click here to see the details

    Information available in electronic form : All the manuals here under, the college prospectus, annual report and other information about the college is available on the college website

    Bharati College
    (University of Delhi) C-4, Janak Puri, New Delhi-110058
    LIST OF GOVERNING BODY MEMBERS 2015-2016
    W.E.F. 20.07.2015
    S.No.Name & AddressProfessionMobileTelephone No.ResidenceE.mail I.D
     CHAIRMAN     
    1Dr. (Mrs.) Sneh MohanEducationist9873119730  mohansneh@yahoo.com
     B-52, Gyandeep Apartments, Mayur Vihar, Phase - I, Delhi - 110 091     
           
     TREASURER     
    2Mr. Ajay GaurEducationist9818063619 9818063619ajaykrgaur@gmail.com
     H.No.81-B, Basant Gaon     
     P.O. Vasant Vihar     
     N ew Delhi     
           
    3Mr. Paamil BhutaniSocial Worker9212150170  paamil78@rediffmail.com
     71, Chander Nagar 9212390786   
     Janakpuri     
     New Delhi - 110 058     
           
    4Mr. Anupam SinghProfessional9811159933  anupam_singh99@yahoo.com
     Address 128, Aspen Green,     
     Nirvana Country     
     Sector - 50     
     Gurgaon - 122 018     
     Haryana     
           
    5Dr. Anil Kumar JainEducationist9999465018  akjain369@gmail.com
     213, Sahyog Apartments,     
     Mayur Vihar, Phase - I     
     Delhi? - 110 091     
           
    6Major General S.S. AhlawatProfessional9868007008  genahlawatjatmahasabha@gmail.com
     Ret. Indian Army Force     
     1/195/4, Sadar Bazar     
     Delhi Cantt.     
     New Delhi     
           
    7Mr. Vimal SharmaProfessional9711997119  projectweb09@gmail.com
     15-A, Agora Tower    ?
     Sector - 59, Golf Course Extn. Rd.     
     Tata Raisina Residency     
     Gurgaon , Haryana     
           
    8Prof. Sanjay Gupta    sanjay.gupta@gdgoenka.ac.in
     NIFT Campus     
     Near Gulmohar Park     
     Hauz Khas     
     New Delhi - 110 016     
           
    9Dr. Bansi LalEducationist9650530501   
     1, Vaishali     
     Pitampura     
     Delhi? - 110 088     
           
    10Prof. Avtar SinghEducationist9868157290   
     Flat No.172, Plot No.4     
     Harnaam Apartments     
     Sector ? 13,     
     Dwarka     
     New Delhi? - 110 075     
     Mobile : 9868157290     
           
    11Prof. Bidyut ChakrabartyEducationist 2766667027666871bidyut@polscience.du.ac.in
     Dept. of Political ScienceUniversity Rep.    
     University of Delhion the G.B.   ?
     Delhi ? 110 007     
     RES. : A-4/8, Calvalry Lane     
     Delhi University, Delhi 110 007     
           
    12Dr. Christel R. DevadawsonEducationist98184496452766675725554003christelrashmi@gmail.com
     Flat 172, Block C-2University Rep.    
     Pocket -2on the G.B.    
     Janakpuri     
     New Delhi ? 110 058     
           
    13Dr. Aruna JainEducationist996829749043273000 arunajain1969@yahoo.co.in
     SU-85, PitampuraTeaching Rep. Extn.210  
     Delhi - 110 034on the G.B.    
           
    14Dr. Sonali JainEducationist99717221774327300027662018sonali.eng@gmail.com
     38/9, Probyn RoadTeaching Rep. Extn.216  
     North Campuson the G.B.    
     Delhi University     
     Delhi - 110 007     
           
    15Ms. GeetaNon-teaching921169260943273002 geetanadab123@gmail.com
     4B/19, Old Rajendra NagarRepresentative9818758802   
     New Delhi - 110 060on the G.B.    
           
    16Dr. Kanta Rani BhatiaEducationist971129394843273030-principalbc@gmail.com
     Acting Principal  43273000 ?
     113, Vishwas Apartments  Extn.206  
     Plot No.6A, Sector - 23     
     Dwarka     
     New Delhi - 110 075