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GENERAL ACCOUNT ABOUT THE UTILIZATION AND USAGE OF RUSA FUNDS

Rashtriya Uchchattar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA) is a holistic scheme of development for higher education in India initiated by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.. This is launched in 2013 aims at providing strategic funding to eligible state Higher Educational Institutions.RUSA aims to provide equal development to all higher institutions and rectify weaknesses in the higher education system. In our State RUSA has approved 56 Govt Degree Colleges and Sanctioned an amount of Rs 2.00 Crore’s including our college. Out of this total sanctioned amount , Rs 70.00 Lakhs was earmarked for Construction of New Buildings, Rs 70.00 lakhs for Renovation/Upgradation of the existing facilities and 60.00 Lakhs for purchase of Equipments.

S.N

Category

Allocated Amount, Rs in lakhs

Amount Utilized Rs in Lakhs  as on 05.01.2021

1

Construction of New Buildings

70.00

134.4

2

Upgradation / Renovation of existing Facilities

70.00

3

Purchase of Equipment

60.00

60.00

4

Total

200.00

194.4


Institutional Utilization Details of RUSA Amount

New building and Renovation:

Amount spent so far: 1,34,40,000 One Crore Thirty Four Lakhs Forty Thousands

  • 3 labs and 4 classrooms in New building ,
  • Leakage arrest in old building  and bathrooms repair
  • Cycle stand roof and passage road towards hostel
  • Passage floor to the old block
  • Painting to the college
  • Tails in some class rooms etc
  • and false roofing to the auditorium

Biometric (12 devices) : Both for Staff and Students

Amount spent: 3,59,063/-

  • Biometric student attendance systems provide a convenient way to check-in and check-out into the system by simply scanning their biometrics.
  • Since biometric attendance systems are automated and do not require any technical knowledge, students can check-in or out quickly and easily.
  • Traditional attendance systems often wastes valuable time.
  • Biometric system is so fast that it takes mere seconds to track student attendance which is time saving and rectifies attendance data error from traditional methods.
  • Biometrics is also used for school lunch line point of service, in libraries, and any other educational scenario where accurate identification and security is needed.

Solar system: Number of Solar Panels: 64 (one panel can produce 350 W):

 Amount spent: 16,85,000/-

  • Cost of 2400 per annum by solar energy through grid = 19200*12= 2,20,400
  • Solar panels for colleges have many benefits.
  • In addition to decreasing an institution’s carbon footprint, solar panels also generate a great deal of power.
  • In fact, colleges and universities have access to some of the least expensive (in terms of cost-per-watt) systems available.
  • As systems get larger, their cost per watt price falls.
  • This means colleges and universities can enjoy affordable power without the guessing game of the grid.

Virtual classes: 2 in number

 Amount spent: 9,61,200/-

A virtual classroom is an online learning environment that allows teachers and students to communicate, interact, collaborate, and explain ideas. A virtual classroom enables students to access quality teachers anywhere on the planet so long as they both have a reliable internet connection.

  • Share video lectures.
  • Organisations who have set out to teach courses online with no face-to-face classroom elements may wish to replace this with video content.
  • Host live chats. ...
  • Share interactive learning activities. ...
  • Incorporate instant feedback.

Digital class rooms: 3 in Number

 Amount spent: 23,95,956/-

The institution has 3 Digital Classrooms established with the funds of Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA) to facilitate the use of ICT in Teaching-Learning process . The digital classroom (flipped classroom, blended learning and smart classroom) refers to the “technology-enabled” classroom where student learning and interaction with the instructor and peers is fully supported through strategic use of information and communication technologies (ICTs)Benefits of Digital Learning over Traditional Education Methods

  • Digital Learning Makes Students Smarter. ...
  • Digital Learning Is Making Students Self-Motivated and More Accountable. ...
  • Digital Learning Tools Involve Educators and Parents to a Deeper Extent. ...
  • Digital Learning Tools and Technology Is Rapidly Increasing Information Sharing.

Learning Management System (LMS) for 5 ICT rooms:

Amount spent: 2,58,927/-

  • Apart from the digital classrooms, a Learning Management System (LMS) will also be launched, which can be accessed through a website and an app.
  • The LMS will provide the students the flexibility of scheduling classes at their own convenient time.
  • The e-content for the first and second semesters of conventional graduate courses of various subjects has already been prepared.
  • It can be viewed offline as well as it is also stored on the intranet.
  • The e-content will be linked up with the LMS.
  • Students will be provided a password to access the lessons on their computers, laptops or mobiles.
  • The college authorities will decide whether to deny or accept a student’s access to the LMS.

The Andhra Pradesh State Fiber Net Limited (APSFL) : For Office,  JKC And Virtual Class Rooms  From 23.8.2017, 100MBPS Broadband And 10MBPS Leased Line For Virtual Class

Amount spent: 2,89,825/-

  • The Andhra Pradesh State Fiber Net Limited (APSFL) is a project initiated to provide on demand, affordable and end-to-end broadband connectivity of 15 to 50 Mbit/s for all households and 1 to 10 Gbit/s for all institutions and multi-dwelling units by 2018.
  • It's extremely simple – standard broadband (ADSL) uses existing copper phone lines for transferring data, while fibre uses a newer network of high-speed fibre optic cables that are better able to deliver high-speed data across greater distances, resulting in much faster download speeds for fibre packages.