Mission & Objectives
In establishing 'Sant Mela Singh College of Education’ at Digiana, the Dera Sant Pura Nangali Sahib has a special mission. The College shall contribute in a humble way in Growth and Development of a Happy Global Educated Society fully aware of basic values and aspirations of the humanity leading to global peace.
The main objective of this Institution is to provide teacher training to the pupil-teachers to make them the best builders of the Nation of coming generations and to extend facilities of research, development, training and consultancy to the teaching sector and to impart high quality education to the students in the society through trained teachers of this College.
Bye Laws of the College
In establishing Sant Mela Singh College of Education, Dera Sant Pura Nangali Sahib has a special mission. The College shall contribute in a humble way, in growth and development of a happy Global, Educated Society, fully aware of basic values and aspirations of the humanity. The main objective of this institution is to provide teacher training to the Pupil-Teachers to make them the best builders of the Nation of coming generations and to extend facilities of research, development, training and counselling to the teaching sector and to impart high quality education to the students in the society through teachers trained in this College. Further, as the College is affiliated to the University of Jammu for the award of B.Ed. Degree, the institution is conducting teaching and training programmes strictly in accordance with the course programmes, and syllabi approved by the faculty of education, University of Jammu, under the provisions of B.Ed. statutes. All the students admitted to this College shall be bound by the rules and regulations prescribed/framed by University of Jammu for the students of affiliated private Colleges with respect to the attendance, evaluation, promotions and detentions etc. under the relevant statutes governing teacher education.
The College recruits the employees in accordance with rules set by the State Government. The preference is given to State Subjects irrespective of caste, creed or religion. The teaching faculty is recruited through interview by a duly constituted Staff Selection Committee in consultation with the University authorities. The Non-Teaching Staff is recruited by the Management Committee Subject to the approval of the Sole Trustee.
2. Faculty Qualification
The College recruits a lecturer who has at least 55% marks at the Post graduation level in the subject concerned and B.Ed./M.Ed. or has equivalent qualification. He/she should be State Subject and below 67years of age in case of retired teachers.
The candidate has to face interview before Staff Selection Committee. The appointments are made by the Management from the panel of selected candidates strictly in accordance with merit in the said panel.
The letter of appointment with the terms and conditions is issued to the selected candidate. On joining the duty, the lecturer is kept on probation for two sessions. During this period, College pays basic pay scale as per U.G.C./State Government recommendations. On successful completion of probation period, the emoluments are increased accordingly in consultation with the Sole Trustee.
In case of appointments of non-teaching staff, the Management seeks applications from the candidates, prepares the list and submits the same to the Sole Trustee with list of required persons for vacant posts. The Sole Trustee appoints the deserving candidates as per their qualification and economic conditions. Underprivileged candidates are generally given the preference.
Leave Rules for teaching as well as non-teaching employees are same as the Government Rules.
Termination of Service
If an employee of the College wants to leave the College service, he/she has to give a notice, one month in advance. It is essential for the College Management to know this fact for uninterrupted and smooth functioning of the College. Alternate arrangement shall be made before the person is relieved of his/her duties. If any employee of the College leaves abruptly without a notice, it shall lead to the difficulty in functioning of the institute. The person who so behaves, shall have to surrender one month’s salary. If College has to terminate the service of an employee for reasons of unsatisfactory work or surplus staff, a notice to this effect, one month in advance shall have to be given or one month’s salary shall have to be paid by the College. However, a person found guilty of ‘Gross Misconduct’ shall be dismissed from service without any advance notice and no emoluments shall be paid to him/her.