1. Particulars of organization, functions and duties.

2. Powers and duties of officers and employees.

3. Procedure followed in decision-making process.

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 for 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.

Manual 1:
Particulars of organization, functions and duties

In Ramanujan College, it’s our mission to provide our students the best education and training, keeping in mind the fast changing world, where students and teachers both need to update themselves as per the global standards and to provide an environment that works like a vehicle in activating the student’s full potential leading to their transformation into professionals who not only prove to be the best in his/her job but also as a good and responsible human being who proves to be an asset for the nation. We always believe in maintaining highest educational standards with ethical and moral values.

Objective and Brief History
Organization of teaching to under- graduate students admitted to various courses approved by the University of Delhi from time to time and ensure their wholesome education through extra- curricular activities and sports.

The college is located at Kalkaji, New Delhi – 110019. It is constituent college of the University of Delhi, established in 1958 in the memory of the eminent nationalist late Lala Deshbandhu Gupta. Since 1972, it has been maintained by the University of Delhi. It is multi faculty, co-educational college, having at present approximately 1500 students on its roll in various courses.

The college imparts instruction and training in the following c

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1. B.Com (Hons.)

2. B. Com

3. B. A. (Prog.)

4. B.A. (Hons.) – English

5. B.A. (Hons.) – Pol. Science

6. B.A. (Hons.) – Hindi

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 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.

Mechanism available for monitoring the service delivery and public grievance resolution:

Management of the various activities of the college is supervised by the Principal through designated committees. Monitoring of the affairs of the college is through its Governing Body, Academic Council & Executive Council of the University of Delhi.

Organizational Chart for teaching and non- teaching staff: as indicated in Annexure 1 & 2

Address of the College: Office of the Principal, Ramanujan College, Kalkaji, New Delhi – 110019.

Working hours of the College: Hours of office are from 1100 a.m. to 7.00 p.m. (Monday to Friday)

Manual 2:
Powers and duties of the officers and employees:

Principal is the Chief Executive and Academic Officer of the College. He is responsible for appropriate administration and organization, 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:
Powers and duties of the officers and employees:

Decisions in matters of organizing admissions, sports, extra- curricular activities, preparation of 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 by the college for discharging its functions

Norms and standards for various academic activities of the college are set by the competent authority such as the Academic Council and Executive Council of the University and by staff Council and Governing Body of the College.

Manual 5:
1. Statutes of the University of Delhi as Contemplated in section 29(1) of the Delhi University Act, 1922

2. Ordinance of the University as contemplated under Section 30 the Delhi University Act, 1922

3. Regulations / instructions for admission and examination regarding 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 :
Official documents and their availability:

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 examination (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:
Mode of public participation:

The college Governing Body which directly supervises the affairs of the college has 16 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:
The various committees of the Staff Council:

1. Union Advisory Committee

2. Library Committee

3. Time – Table Committee

4. Fee Concession Committee

5. Purchase & Stock disposal & Stock Verification Committee

6. Development Fund & Infrastructure Committee

7. Prospectus & Magazine Committee

8. Admission Committee

9. Work – Load Committee

10.Scholarship & Prizes Committee

11.Discipline Committee

12.Sports Committee

13.Placement Committee

14.Cultural Committee

15.Provident Fund Committee

16.Monitoring Committee

17.Examination Committee

18.National Service Scheme Committee.

Manual 9:
Directory of officers and employees

It is available in printed form as well as on website of the College www.ramanujancollege.ac.in

Manual 10:
Monthly remuneration received by each of its employee:

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

Academic Pay Scale
Teaching Staff
Pay Scale Level Posts
144200 – 218200 Level – 14 Principal
(Speical Allowance – 6750)
131400 – 217700 Level – 13A Associate Professor
68900 – 205500 Level – 11 Assistant Professor (Sr. Scale)
57700 – 182400 Level – 10 Assistant Professor
Administrative Staff
67700 – 208700 Level – 11 Administrative Officer (Sr. Scale)
53100 – 177500 Level – 10 Administrative Officer
44900 – 142400 Level – 07 Section Officer/ Sr. P.A.
35400 – 112400 Level – 06 Senior Assistant/STA (Comp.)
25500 – 81100 Level – 04 Assistant
19900 – 63200 Level – 02 Junior Assistant, Caretaker
18000 – 56900 Level – 01 MTS-Office Attendant
Library Staff
57700 – 182400 Level – 10 Librarian
35400 – 112400 Level – 06 Professional Assistant
29200 – 92300 Level – 05 Semi-Professional Assistant
21700 – 69100 Level – 03 Library Assistant
18000 – 56900 Level – 01 MTS – Library Attendant
 – House Keeng Staff & Security Staff hired through Outsourcing agency.
 –  Allowances are applicable as per 7th CPCP


Manual 11:
Budget allocation to the College

The budget and the financial estimates are approved by the Governing Body and University Grants Commission. The Budget outlay for the financial year 2008-09 was

Recurring 52750000.00
Non – Recurring None

Manual 12:
Not applicable to the College

Manual 13:
(a) Concessions granted by the college

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

1. 22-1/2% of the total numbers of seats are reserved for candidates belonging to SC/ST (15% for SC and 7-1/2% for ST). Relaxation to the extend 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 (except in courses having entrance tests).
2. 5% of the total number of seats in each of the courses has been reserved to 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. Relaxation to the extent of 5% marks in the aggregate or in the subject, as the case may be is given to determine their eligibility to the concerned courses (except in courses having entrance tests).
3. 3% seats are reserved for physically challenged candidates for admission to under graduate courses.
4. 18% seats are reserved for OBC candidates for admission to under graduate course.
The college admits foreign students including those from Sikkim, Nepal, Bhutan and kashmiri migrants as and when recommended by the University.
5. 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 of the basis of sports and co-curricular distinctions.
N.b 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.

(b) Concessions availed by the college

Not Applicable.

Manual 14:
Information available in electronic form:

All the manuals here under and the other information about the college is available on the college website- www.ramanujancollege.ac.in

Manual 15:
Means, methods and facilities available to citizens for obtaining information:

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

Manual 16:
List of Public Information Officers

S.No Designation of the officer designated as PIO Postal Address Telephone No. e-mail address Demarcation of Ara/Activities if more than one PIO is there
1. Presently, Dr. Z. A. Abbasi, Administrative Officer Ramanujan College Kalkaji, New Delhi – 19. 26430191 ramanujancollege2010@gmail.com

First appellate authority with in the department

S.No Designation of the Officer designated as first appellate authority. Postal Address Telephone No. e-mail address Demarcation of Ara/Activities if more than one PIO is there
1. PRINCIPAL (Presently : Dr.S.P. Aggarwal) Ramanujan College Kalkaji, New Delhi – 19. 26421826 26430192 ramanujancollege2010@gmail.com

Manual 17:
Other Information

The person seeking information may apply on plain paper giving particulars of information being sought and his correct address for communication. Separate application for seeking information on different subject is required. The application has to be accompanied with the prescribed fee (At present a fee of Rs. 10/-) can submit any working day i.e. Monday to Friday between 11.30 to 7.00 p.m. in the college. 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 behead 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 desk or floppy subject to availability of information in soft form, the fee will be Rs 50/- per disk/floppy

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