• B.P.S. Mahila Vishwavidyalaya
  • Khanpur Kalan, Sonipat, Haryana-131305

SWOT

Strengths:

1. Young, committed, enthusiastic and capable faculty.

2. Highly disciplined students with zeal to learn.

3. Conducive academic ambience.

4. Participative approach of administration to the cause ofquality education, progressive in attitude and visionary for future.

5. Only management department of the university in Haryana stateexclusive for women.

6. Artistic and culture performance.

7. Positive reputation in the external community.

8. Inter Departmental Cohesiveness.

9. Well designed and updated curriculum according to modernpedagogy,UGC guidelines,adopted UGC model curriculum &other relatedinstructions as a basis & syllabus has been updated regularly.

10. Involvement of students & faculty in organizing as well asparticipating in various national and international conferences, facultydevelopment programs.

 

Weaknesses:

1.Limited sanctionedpost.

2.Lack of infrastructuralsupport from state govt.

3.Located at a remote andrural location of Haryana.

4.Lack of senior facultymembers for providing direction.

5.Unavailability ofdepartmental library.

 

Opportunities:

1. Stress of central and state govt. on skill development ofwomen.

2. Contribute  in enhancingequality &access.

3. Memorandum of Understanding among the women colleges and womenuniversities at international level to support synergies.

4. International and off campus study and exchange programs.

5. Scope of being a world class contributer in the area ofsustainable growth,economically empowered women.

6. Can provide support to the central govt. in maintaining &enhancing cohesiveness in relations between the SAARC countries by establishingitself as a centre for foreign female students.

 

Threats

1. Risk of losing prominent faculty for genuinely betteropportunities.

2. Societal norms & responsibilities bounding women.

3. Low career aspirations in women due to family constraints.

4. Limited Placement opportunities.

5. Competition with other established universities of state govt.

6. Government funding for other universities.

3. Shifting over of faculty members

4. Limited Placement opportunities

5. Low career aspirations in women

6. Societal norms bounding women.