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NAAC SSR - PART - Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur
Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
Evaluative Report of Department of P. G. Studies and Research in Ancient
Indian History, Culture and Archaeology
1.
Name of the Department: Department of P. G. Studies and Research in Ancient Indian
History, Culture and Archaeology
2.
Year of establishment : 1961
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Social Science
4.
Names of programmes offered:
Course/programe
Post Graduate
Degree awarded
M.A.
Subject combinations
Ancient Indian History, Culture and
Archaeology
Doctor of Philosophy/
Ph.D., D.Litt.
333Literature
5.
Ancient Indian History, Culture and
Archaeology
Interdisciplinary programs and departments involved
The department is involved with the Department of History, Department of State Archaeology,
INTACH
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions etc
The department has collaboration with Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage.
7.
Details of programs discontinued, if any, with reasons: Nil
8.
Examination System: Annual/Semester/Trimester/Choice Based Credit System: Semester
9.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:
The department participates in the courses offered by various departments with History departmentMinor researches (dissertations) in the field of ancient history and archaeology for M.Phil. and Ph.D.
Students. The department undertakes museum study and site study with Indian National Trust for Art and
Cultural Heritage (INTACH)
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10.
Number of teaching posts sanctioned, filled and actual (Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors/others):
Sanctioned
Filled (number)
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
(number)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Professor
01
-
-
-
-
Associate Professors
01
-
-
-
-
Assistant Professors
02
01
-
-
-
Number of additional teaching posts sanctioned and filled.
Sanctioned (number)
Guest Faculty
11.
01
Filled (number)
Male
Female
01
-
Faculty profile:
No. of years
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization of experience
No. of Ph.D./
M.Phil. students
guided in last four
years
Permanent Faculty:Dr. S.N.
M.A., Ph.D., PG
Mishra
Diploma in
Professor
Archaeology
30 years
06
Archaeology
12.
List of Emeritus Professors / Adjunct Faculty / Visiting fellows:
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Prof. R.K. Sharma, Prof. Nishit Rai, Prof. D.P. Tiwari, Prof. Maheshwari Prasad, Prof. A.K. Singh, Prof.
S.K. Dwivedi, Prof. R.P. Pandey, Prof. Alok Shroti, Prof. C.D. Singh, Prof. Chandrasekhar, Prof. Preeti
A. Trivedi, Prof. L.S. Nigam, Prof. SusmitaPandey, Prof. J.N. Pandey, Prof. Kapil Dev Mishra, Prof. K.
Rajan, Prof. Maruti Nandan, Prof. R.P. Tripathi, Prof. S.K. Kapoor, Prof. Udayavir Singh
13.
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty –program-wise information:
PG, 50%
14.
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Programme
PG
15.
Total no. of
Total no. of faculty
Ratio of teachers to
% of workload taken by
students
engaged
students
temporary faculty
08
02
1:4
50%
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual.
Academic Support Staff
Sanctioned (number)
Male
16.
Filled (number)
Female
Actual (number)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Technical
03
02
00
02
-
Administrative
02
01
01
01
01
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies
Archeology- Study of Monuments of Jabalpur, Monuments of Jabalpur district, Archaeological
excavations and explorations of Jabalpur region by the INTACH funding agency.
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects
Type of
Year
Projects
Name of faculty
Title of
Name of the
Project-wise
the project (faculty-wise)
funding
amount of the
agency
Grant
member
A. University awarded projects: Making CD on Art and Architecture
Minor
2014
Dr. S.N. Mishra
Art , Architecture
Self
nil
projects
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Minor
2014
Dr. S.N. Mishra
projects
Self
nil
Self
nil
2. Site study Gopalpur
2014
18.
1. Site study Lamhetaghat
Dr. S.N. Mishra
List details of completed projects under following heads:
The following table gives details on the Research projects completed and grants received during the
last four years
Year
Name of faculty
Title of project (faculty-wise) Name of the Project-wise amount of
member
funding
theGrant
agency
Funded by National agencies:-
19.
2009
Dr. S.N. Mishra
1. Jabalpur
National Trust
2009
Dr. S.N. Mishra
2. Bheraghat
2010
Dr. S.N. Mishra
3. Ghats of Jabalpur.
Cultural
2011
Dr. S.N. Mishra
4. MadanMahal
Heritage
2012
Dr. S.N. Mishra
5. Monu. of JBP
2013
Dr. S.N. Mishra
6.Gond Monuments
2014
Dr. S.N. Mishra
7. Tewar
-
for Art and
-
25000
-
List recognitions such as UGC-SAP, CAS, Department with Potential for Excellence, DSTFIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc. with total grant received.
Dr. S. N. Mishra, Co-Coordinator of Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage, Jabalpur
Chapter.
20.
21.
List Research facility /centre with:
State recognition
Ancient History and Archaeology
National recognition
Ancient History and Archaeology
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies:
Departmental Museum and Archaeological Section
22.
PublicationS
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a. Monographs:
1. R.K. Sharma and S.N. Mishra, Discover Jabalpur, Jabalpur JilapuratattvaSangha, 2009.
2. R.K. Sharma and S.N. Mishra, Bheraghat, Jabalpur JilaPuratattvaSangha, 2009.
b. Chapters in Books:
1. R.K. Sharma (ed), Jabalpur KaItihas, Sanskritiaur Puratattva, Hindi Granth Academy, Bhopal, 2014
2. R.K. Sharma (ed), Madhya Pradesh KaItihas- Sunga, Kushana, Hindi Granth Academy, Bhopal, 2014.
c. Books edited : Dr. S.N. Mishra (ed), Jnanadhara, Shrutasamvardhana Sansthan, Meerut, 2010.
23.
Details of patents and income generated:
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated
Nil
Consultancy by faculty members individually and by the department as a unit in last four years (paid or honorary)
a.
Partner organizations (industries, Central/State Govt., NGO’s, Govt. agencies including funding
agencies, Commissions, Press and Publications and like): Yes. INTACH and State Archaeology
Madhya Pradesh
b.
Nature of consultancy (technical report, common curricular development, process and product
designing, statistical analysis, demographic analysis, budgetary assistance, technical material analysis,
software and website development, editing and refereeing for journals, documentation and so on): Yes.
Technical reports, antiquity of objects and sculptures, preservation and conservation of antiquities and
monuments
c.
Period of consultancy, any published and/or online document generated: Yes. The consultancy is open
all the time.
25.
Faculty
selected
nationally
/
internationally
to
visit
other
laboratories/
Institutions/industries in India and abroad: Nil
26.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs): Nil
Other criteria of faculty recharging strategies:
Activity
Name of faculty
Period
Participation in external Workshops / Seminars / Conferences
INTACH- Gond Art
For Two days
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recognized by national / international professional bodies?
andArchitecture,
in 2013
Dr. S.N. Mishra
Presentation of papers in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences
conducted or recognized by professional agencies?
INTACH- Gond Art
For Two days
andArchitecture,
in 2013
Dr. S.N. Mishra
27.
Number of student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies
(agency names): Yes. 26 and 04 students have done in-house Dissertations while others work on
inter-
28.
departmental Projects.
Awards / national/ international recognitions of professional bodies and agencies received
by faculty members, doctoral/ postdoctoral fellows and stu=dents during the last four
years: Nil
29.
Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops /sensitizing programmes organized and the source of
funding (national / international) with details of some eminent persons invited:
Seminars/
Conferences/Workshps
Period
/sensitizingProgrammes
Funding source
Name of one/two
(National/
eminent person
International)
invited
State Archaeology and R.D.
University“Gupta Art and
Culture”
State Archaeology and R.D.
University
02 days
State Archaeology
Dr. R.K. Sharma
Dr. R.A. Sharma
21/22
Feb.2010
17/18 March
State Archaeology
Dr.RamAvtaar Sharma
2012
Dr. R.K. Sharma
Dr. S. K. Dwivedi
Programmes on curriculum development,
teaching-learning methods, examination reforms,
Period
Funding
source
Name of one/two
eminent person invited
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content / knowledge management, etc
Learning by handling antiquities
One month
--
Practicals
1. Prof S.K. Dwivedi
2.Prof. Kapil
Devmishra
30.
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments: The department tries its best to adopt
anti-plagiarism means for research.
31.
Number of students admitted in university departments in the last four academic years
Categories
32.
33.
Year 1-2010
Year 2- 2011
Year 3- 2012
Year 4- 2013
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
SC
03
02
03
00
01
01
02
01
ST
03
00
03
03
01
00
00
00
OBC
01
01
02
00
02
00
00
01
General
01
01
01
01
00
01
02
03
Programme-wise demand ratio:
Name of the
Applications
Selected
Demand ratio
Programme
Received
(Current year)
Male
Female
Male
Female
PG
09
05
03
25%
21%
Ph.D.
03
02
01
25%
25%
Diversity of students:
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Name of the
% of
% of students
% of students
% of
Programme
students
from other
From universities
students
from the
universities
outside theState
fromother
same
within the
uiversity
State
(Separately for
UG, PG,
M.Phil., Ph.D.,
countries
D.Sc., D.Litt.,
etc.)
34.
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
M.A./ M. Sc.
40
60
-
-
-
-
-
-
M. Phil.
10
20
-
-
-
-
-
-
Ph. D.
-
-
-
-
01
-
-
-
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations. Give details category-wise (last four
years)
Examina
Applied (no.) (Female in
Qualified (no.) (Female in
tion
brackets)
brackets)
UGC-
Percentage (Female in brackets)
ST
SC
OBC
Gen
ST
SC
OBC
Gen
ST
SC
OBC
Gen
-
03
-
02
-
01
-
01
-
50%
-
100%
-
-
-
02
-
-
-
02
-
-
-
100%
CSIR
NET
Central/
State
Services
35.
Student progression:
Student Progression
Number
% against enrolled
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PG to Ph.D.
03
50
36.
Diversity of staff: Nil
37.
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period: Ph.D. 24
38.
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities:
Department has one classroom with ICT facility, TV/VCP/Cable connection, DVD player anda LCD
projector. There is also research Laboratory. Computer-student ratio is 1:10 Department also maintains a
separate library with 930 books text/reference books, and back volumes of journals. On-line access to ejournals and books is available in every research laboratory/faculty chamber through INFLIBNET
service of the UGC. The department offers Internet facilities for staff and students.
39.
List of post-doctoral, doctoralstudents and Research Associates
1. Manish Rai
2. Archana Pandey
3. Mangudas Chandela
4. Sumit Sharma
5. Shushma Shukla (Submitted)
6. Ashwin Dubey (Submitted)
7. Manisha Upadhyay (Submitted)
8. Pushpa Maratha (Submitted)
Out of above 06 are from the host institution/university and 01 is from other institutions/universities.
40.
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University:
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Financial support was given to 20 SC/ST students in the form of Scholarship by the State Government
for P.G. Studies for the last five years.
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s): Yes
Practical training handling antiquities of archaeological nature
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from?
Yes. The department obtains feedback offaculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation, of
students on -staff, alumni and employers and the programmes offered through feedback forms
43.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) University alumni
association:

Dr. R.K. Ahirwar

Dr. M.P. Ahirwar

Dr. PrasannaPatkar

Dr. R.N. Shrivastav

Dr. Vandana Gupta

Dr. M. Mathew

Dr. SangeetaJaiswal

Dr. BosbiChatarjee

Dr. Sanjay Malhotra

Dr. HarshaVikram Singh

Dr. BuddhimanPathak

Dr. PratimaShrivastav

Dr. Ajay Gupta

Dr. Sailesh Gupta

Dr. K.K. Chaturvedi

Dr. Amar Singh Uddey

Dr. Saurabh Singh.
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44.
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years):
 Visiting ancient sites, museums and handling antiquities.
Course-wise no. of students
Special lectures/ workshops /
No. of external experts
Total working hours
participated
seminar
involved
utilized
All admitted students
45.
Practicals and lectures
01
24hrs per week
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes :
Teaching/ training
Course-wise no. of
Gadgets used (if
methods
students
any)
Lectures , practical and
08
Computer
% of total work load as per time table
60
handling antiquities
46.
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?
 By Class tests, visiting sites, discussions and field work,
 By sudden visit, feedback forms and talking to the students.
47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities:
The department has collaboration with Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage.
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department:
Practices to encourage visiting Archeological museums do internship with the state Archaeological
museums, visiting ancient sites. Encouragements given for writing research papers for publication. NSS
49.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If
yes, give details
50.
: No
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied:
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 By means of Computer and Physical study in all fields of Archaeology- Explorations excavations,
Museums and site visiting.
Made CD on the following for study and research
51.
1.
Art and Architecture of Sanchi, 2009
2.
Art and Architecture of Khajuraho, 2010
3.
Exploration of river Gaur
4.
Sculptures pf R.D. Museum
5.
Bheraghat
6.
Sculptures of Museum of R.D. University
7.
Art and Architecture of Sohagpur
8.
Art and Architecture of Nohta.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department.
Strength
Weakness
Opportunities

Study of antiquities.

Study of ancient monuments

Study of inscriptions

Excavation

Exploration

Requirement of more faculties.

Better infrastructure required.

Technological equipment up gradation required to teach students.

Lacking interest in students with respect to History

Field work is opened for further studies and research.

Museum collections also add in further studies and research.

International and National collaborations will improve research standards and
opportunities to students.

Research skills and aptitude of faculty and students will further improve the quality
of teaching and research.

International fellowships of faculties will enhance the communication and research
skills further
Challenges

To get all information regarding archaeological researches.
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
Provide students with latest facilities to facilitate archeological research.

To meet international standards of syllabus, courses and research.

Develop interest in students with respect to Ancient History as a subject.

There are many students coming from rural areas and are not aware of latest
technological facilities available which can enhance their mode of studies and
research in a substantial manner. It’s a challenge for the department to make efforts
in this direction so that such students could be made aware of utilization of
technology and computers to meet their educational requirements
52.
Future plans of the Department:
 To get a separate building for department and Museum,
 To build a great Museum with exhibits of archaeology, anthropology, physics, chemistry, tribal,
botany, geology, Zoology etc.
 Archaeological study of different regions, site, and migration of man in this region,
 To introduce the subject in UG level in many of the colleges,
 To teach the people for the preservation of Heritage.
185
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Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
Evaluative Report of Department of P. G. Studies and Research in
Biological Science
1.
Name of the Department: Department of P.G. Studies and Research in Biological Science
2.
Year of establishment: 1968
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Life Sciences
4.
Names of programmes offered:
Course/programme
Bachelor of Science
Master of Science
Master of Philosophy
Doctor of Philosophy
Degree awarded
B.Sc. (H)
B.Sc. (H)
M.Sc.
M.Sc.
M.Sc.
M.Sc.
M.Sc.
M. Phil.
M. Phil.
M. Phil.
M. Phil.
M. Phil.
M. Phil.
Ph.D.
Subject combinations
Microbiology
Biotechnology
Biotechnology
Microbiology
Biochemistry
Bioscience
Botany
Botany
Bioscience
Microbiology
Biochemistry
Biotechnology
Zoology
Life Sciences
New programmes introduced during the last four years in emerging areas:

B.Sc. (Hons) - Microbiology

B.Sc. (Hons) – Biotechnology

M.Phil. Microbiology; Biochemistry; Biotechnology; Zoology.
5.
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved:
Interdisciplinary programmes with other departments are in process of adoption.
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions etc:
M. Sc., M. Phil. and Ph. D. students of the department carry out a part of their specialized work and
research in institutes such as:
 RMRCT (Regional Medical Research Centre for Tribals, Jabalpur)
 DWSR (Directorate of Weed Science Research, Jabalpur)
 TFRI (Tropical Forest Research Institute, Jabalpur)
 SFRI (State Forest Research Institute), Jabalpur.
 JALMA, Agra.
 MPPCB (Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board), Bhopal
 CPCB (Central Pollution Control Board), New Delhi,
 NEERI (National Environmental Engineering Research Institute), Nagpur.
The department is committed to have more collaboration with other universities and institutes in near
future to further enable the students to excel and gain experience in their field.
7.
8.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons: None
Examination System: Semester System
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9.
10.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments: Yes
Number of teaching posts sanctioned, filled and actual:
Professor
Associate Professors
Assistant Professors
Others (Guest Faculty)
Sanctioned
(number)
03
07
11
06*
Filled (number)
Male
Female
01
0
03
0
09
0
04
00
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
Male
Female
7
5
0
0
0
0
NA
NA
*Year 2013-14
11.
Faculty profile:
Name
12.
Qualifications
Designation
Dr.(Mrs.)
K.S. Verma
Dr. P.K.
Singhal
Dr. Y.K.
Bansal
Dr. (Ms.) A.
Sharma
Dr. S.N.
Bagchi
Dr. (Mrs.) S.
Khan
Dr. (Mrs.). K
.De
Dr.(Mrs.) D.
Bagchi
Dr. R.P.
Mishra
Dr. S.S.
Sandhu
Ph.D.
Professor
Ph.D.
Professor
Ph.D.
Ph.D.
Professor &
Head
Professor
Ph.D.
Professor
Ph.D.
Professor
Ph.D.
Ph.D.
Professor &
Dean
Professor
Ph.D.
Professor
Ph.D., D.Sc.
Professor
Dr. A.K.
Pandey
Ph.D., D.Sc.
Professor
Dr. S. Singh
Ph.D.
Professor
Specialization
experience
(years)
Microbial aeroallergens,
immunology, angiosperm
Limnology and Environment
biology
Plant tissue culture and
cytogenetics
Bacteriology, Environmental
microbiology
Cyanobacterial physiology,
genetics and biotechnology
Animal physiology
31
No. of Ph.D./
M.Phil.
guided in last
4 years
40
30
18
30
16
30
21
29
20
34
09
Actinomycetes
29
26
Cyanobacterial physiology,
Plant Biochemistry
Pollen aerobiology
27
16
24
34
Biotechnology of insect
pathogens, Fungal
biotechnology
Microbial herbicide,
Biodiversity of fungi and
Bioinoculants
Microalgal biotechnology
(Biofertilizer, Spirulina,
Cyanophages)
24
09
24
15
24
10
List of senior Visiting Fellows, Adjunct Faculty and Emeritus Professors:
One Emeritus Fellow (UGC)
13.
14.
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty –programme-wise information:
M. Sc. 25%, M. Phil. 00%
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students: (1 year)
Programme
(2012-13)
M.Sc.
M. Phil.
Pre. Ph. D.
Total no. of
students
110
85
149
Total no. of
faculty engaged
10+4
10
10
Ratio of teachers
to students
1:7.8
1:8.5
1:15
% of workload taken by
temporary faculty
25
00
00
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15.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual:
Academic Support
Staff
Technical
Administrative
16.
Sanctioned (number)
Male
Female
6
-4
--
Filled (number)
Male
Female
6
-4
--
Actual (number)
Male
Female
6
-4
--
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies
Molecular Biology, Immunology, Taxonomy, Plant Tissue Culture, Bacteriology, Limnology,
Cynobacterial physiology, Genetics, Plant Biochemistry, Biotechnology of insect pathogens and fungal
biotechnology, Biodiversity of fungi and microbial herbicides, Bio-fertilizers and Micro-algal
biotechnology, Animal physiology, Actinomycetes, Aerobiology.
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding
agencies and c) Total grants received:
On-going Projects:
1
Prof. S. N.
Bagchio
Molecular and immunological detection of
microcystin producing toxigenic cynobacterial
blooms and associated pathogenic bacteria in
water samples collected from eastern MadhyaPradesh
UGC
Outlay
Rs.
(Lakhs)
13.66
2
Prof. S. N
Bagchi
Action of bentazone and other post-emergence
herbicides on photosystem II structure and
function in a cyanobacterium, Synechococcus sp.
PCC 7942
DST
19.25
201114
3
Prof. D.
Bagchi
Studies on selenate-selenite induced changes in
protein profile of synechococcus elongates PCC
7942.
UGC
11.17
2012
4
Prof. A.
Sharma
Assessment of CO2-sequestration potential of
bacteria isolated from soil and water bodies
around coal mines of M.P.
UGC
9.16
20112014
5
Prof. S. N
Bagchi
DBT
25.76
201215
6
Prof. A.
Sharma
MPBC
12.48
20122015
7
Prof. A.
Sharma
Prof. Y. K.
Bansal
Fibrino(gene)lytic and vasorepressive
compounds from a lab acquired isolate of a
cyanobacterium, Anabaena fertilissima – basic
investigation and clinical efficacy assessments
Assessment of Chemotherapeutic properties of LAsparaginase produced by Indigenous Bacterial
Isolates.
Assessment of suitability of phytase producing
indigenous bacterial strains as potential probiotics.
In vitro propagation of white ginger (Hedychium
coronarium Koenig)- An endangered Medicinal
plant of Madhya Pradesh.
MPCST
9.72
UGC
6.08
20122014
201114
S.
No
8
Name of
Investigator
Sponsori
ng
Authority
Title of the Project
Total Outlay, Rs. (Lakhs)
Durati
on
201215
107.28
188
Biological Science
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
Projects completed:
S.No.
Name of
Investigator
1
Prof. Y. K.
Bansal
2
Prof. Y. K.
Bansal
3
Prof. A.
Sharma
4
Prof. A.
Sharma
5
Prof. A.
Sharma
6
Prof. Divya
Bagchi
7
Prof. S.S.
Sandhu
8
Prof. R.P.
Mishra
Title of the Project
Studies on in vitro clonal propagation
of anti-diabetic tree (Helicteres
isora) & evaluation of genetic
fidelity through RAPD analysis.
Studies on the assessment of some
secondary metabolites produced by
in vitro cultures of Chlorophytum
borivilianum Sant. Et. Fernand
Investigations on the ecological,
clinical & genotypic properties of
Non cholera vibrios.
Scientific validation of traditional
knowledge with reference to
medicinal plants used by tribals
against UTI infections. Madhya
Pradesh Council of Science and
Technology.
Assessment of the suitability of
bacterial lipases in lieu of chemical
detergents.
Studies on purification,
characterization and regulation of
selenate utilizing mutants of wild
type Synechococcus PCC 7942”
Improvement of Cicer arietinum
through Biotechnological
Approaches for the Development of
Disease and Herbicide resistant
Cultivars
Characterization & purification of
laccase from selected aquatic fungi
of Jabalpur region.
MP-BTC
Outlay
Rs.
(Lakhs)
5.52
MP-CST
7.82
2009-12
UGC
11.93
20072010
MP-CST
4.68
20082010
MP-CST
8.61
20072010
UGC
7.83
2010-13
UGC
6.00
2007-10
MP-CST
4.12
2010-11
Sponsoring
Authority
Duratio
n
2010-13
189
Biological Science
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
9
Dr.
A.K.Pandey
10
Dr.
A.K.Pandey
Dr.
A.K.Pandey
Dr.
A.K.Pandey
11
12
18.
Management of weeds of leguminous
MP-CST
crops employing secondary
metabolites ofrhizospheric fungi
Taxonomy of fungi under Taxonomy
DoEn
capacity building scheme
Germplasm conservation/ microbial
MP-BTC
biodiversity preservation.
Medicinal mushrooms of Central
DST
India: Characterization, recovery and
sustainableuse
Total Outlay, Rs. (Lakhs)
1
Prof. A. Sharma
2
Prof. A. Sharma
2009-12
25.00
2009-12
14.30
2009-12
138.96
Title of the Project
Sponsori
ng
Authority
MOEF
Research on Bacteria and Archaea
under taxonomy capacity building.
Ministry of Environment & Forest
Biochemical and Molecular
DBT
Characterization of carbonic
anhydrase from Microbial sources
with a view of carbon dioxide
sequestration.
Total Outlay, Rs. (Lakhs)
Outlay
Rs.
(Lakhs)
28.60
32.00
Durati
on
19992012
20062010
60.60
Departmental projects:
Programme
DST, FIST
Ref. no.
DST, FIST
Programme
SR/FST/
LSI-082/
2002
Year of
sanction
and
duration
2002
(5years)
Name of the
Fundingagency
Total
outlay, Rs.
(Lakh)
Significant outcome
DST
30.50
Establishment of
computer laboratory
Introduction of computer
application paper in all
courses.
Total Outlay, Rs. (Lakhs)
30.50
Research facility/centre:
State recognition
National recognition
International
recognition
21.
30.00
National collaboration:
Name of
Investigator
20.
2009-12
Inter-institutional collaborative projects and associated grants received:
a)
19.
13.15
M. P. Biotechnology Council, Bhopal.
FIST-DST, Microbiology teaching strengthening programme –DBT.
Equipments donated by Alexander Von Humboldt, DAAD Germany.
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies:
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Number of MoUs with institutions of national/international importance/other universities/
industries/corporate houses, etc? If yes, how have they enhanced the research and
development activities of the department? :
Yes.
1. MoU with Regional Medical Research Centre for the Tribals (RMRCT, ICMR), Jabalpur
2. Yes, the students are exposed to the recent techniques dealing with advanced aspects of
Medical Biotechnology, Microbiology in combating the common tribal diseases in our
region.
22.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
Publications:
Publications in peer reviewed journals (national/international):
Baghel, S., Bansal, Y.K., Synergistic effect of BAP and GA3 on in vitro flowering of Guizotia
abyssinica Cass.-A multipurpose oil crop, (2014) Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants, . Article
in Press.
Gokhale and Bansal (2014). Assessment of genetic fidelity in somaclonal variants with cytological &
RAPD analysis in an endangered medicinal tree Oroxylum indicum (L.) Vent. Indian J Biotechnol.
Accepted.
Bharati and Bansal (2014). In vitro production of flavonoids: a review. World J Pharmacy and
Pharmaceutical Sciences. 3(6). Accepted.
Chawla and Bansal (2014). Enhanced effect of additives on direct and adventitious shoot multiplication
in Helicteres isora L. onInternational J Pharmaceut Sci Rev Res. 27(1). Accepted.
Awasthi, M.K., Pandey, A.K., Khan, J., Bundela, P.S., Wong, J.W.C., Selvam, A., Evaluation of
thermophilic fungal consortium for organic municipal solid waste composting, (2014) Bioresource
Technology, . Article in Press.
P. Gupta, M. K. Gupta and P. K. Singhal, Antipathogenic activity of bioactive compound produced by
soil isolated probiotic Bacillus species, 2014, BIOINFO: World Research Journal of Biotechnology,
Article in Press.
A. Shrivastava, M. K. Gupta and P. K. Singhal, Strain improvement of antifungal compound producing
isolate Bacillus icheniformis for enhancing its biocontrol potential, 2014, International Journal of
Environmental Research and Development, Article in Press.
A. Sharma, Cyperus rotundus: a potential novel source of therapeutic compound against urinary tract
pathogens, 2014, Journal for Herbal Medicine, Article in Press.
Anjana Sharma, Islam Hussain and Shubhi Mishra, Evaluation of antitumor activity of glutaminase free
L-asparaginase from indigenous bacterial strains for potential chemotherapeutic application, 2014,
International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences, Article in Press.
Nair M, Sandhu SS, Sharma AK (2014) Prognostic and predictive Biomarkers in Cancer. Current cancer
Drug Targets (Bentham Sciences Publisher Accepted)
Sandhu SS, Kumar S, Aharwal RP, Shukla H, Rajak RC (2014). Endophytic Fungi: As a Source of
Antimicrobials Bioactive Compounds. World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 3(2):
1179-1197
Tuli HS, Sandhu SS, Kashyap D, Sharma AK (2014) Optimization of Extraction conditions and
antimicrobial potential of a bioactive metabolite, cordycepin from Cordyceps militaris 3936. World
Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 3(4): 1525-1535.
Sandhu SS, Aharwal RP, Kumar S (2014). Isolation and Antibacterial Property of Endophytic Fungi
Isolated from Indian Medicinal Plant Calotropis Procera (Linn.) R.BR. World Journal of Pharmacy and
Pharmaceutical Sciences, 3(5): 678-691.
Saxena P, Gupta MK, Sandhu SS, Thakur R, Nair M (2014) Dental stem cells in oral maxillofacial and
craniofacial defects: an overview. Current Trends in Biotechnology and Chemical Research, 3(2) 159174.
191
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15. Mamta, G., Bansal, Y.K., Sandhu, S.S., Recent patents on flavonoids, (2013) Recent Patents on
Biotechnology, 7 (3), pp. 179-196.
16. Singh, R.K., Kumar, D.P., Singh, P., Solanki, M.K., Srivastava, S., Kashyap, P.L., Kumar, S.,
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Srivastava, A.K., Singhal, P.K., Arora, D.K., Multifarious plant growth promoting characteristics of
chickpea rhizosphere associated Bacilli help to suppress soil-borne pathogens, (2013) Plant Growth
Regulation, pp. 1-11.
Verma, M., Bansal, Y.K., Effect of additives on plant regeneration in Hedychium coronarium J. Koenig
an endangered aromatic and medicinal herb, (2013) International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Review and Research, 23 (1), art. no. 22, pp. 105-110.
Anjana Sharma and Shubhi Mishra, Formulation and invitro evolution of niosome of ofloxacin for
efficacy of anti-microbial activity, 2013, Vishlesana, 10, 141-157.
Rohit Sharma, Bhagwan S. Sanodiya, Gulab S.Thakur, Pallavi Jaiswal, Sangeeta Pal, Anjana Sharma
and Prakash S. Bisen, Characterization of Lactic Acid Bacteria from Raw Milk Samples of Cow, Goat,
Sheep, Camel and Buffalo with Special Elucidation to Lactic Acid Production, 2013, British
Microbiology Research Journal, 3, 743-752.
Pandey,A.K.,Jamaluddin,A.K.Awasthi & Amit Pandey, Biosorption characteristics of Aspergillus flavus
in removal of Nickel from an aqueous solution, 2013, IJGHC, 2, 47-51.
Pandey,A.K.,Jamaluddin, Rashmi Dubey, A.K.Awasthi & Amit Pandey, Mycoflora inhabiting in soil of
sugarcane industries of Madhya Pradesh, 2013, JECET, 2, 13-18.
S Singh, Vinni Sharma, Manohar lal Soni and Shipra Das Sinha, Effect of UV induced mutation of
amylase producing potential of 1213, Bacillus subtilis, International Journal of Pharma and Bio
Sciences, 4, 61-68.
S Singh, Pallavi Datta, Evaluation of biofertilizer potentiality of ammonia excretory multiple
herbicide resistant strain of Anabaena variabilis on growth and productivity of rice, 2013,
Indian Journal of Fundamental and Applied Life Sciences, Article in Press.
24. Anjana Sharma, Chandan R. Bora and Varsha Shukla, Evaluation of seasonal changes in physico25.
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chemical and Bacteriological characteristics of water from the Narmada river (India) using multivariate
analysis, 2013, Natural Resource Research, 22, 283-296.
Singh, S., Sharma, V., Soni, M.L., Sinha, S.D., Effect of UV induced mutation on amylase producing
potential of bacillus subtilis (2620), (2013) International Journal of Pharma and Bio
Sciences, 4 (3), pp. P62-P68.
Karuna. S. Verma, Ratnamala Sarma, Aparna Awasthi, Antimicrobial Activity of Aqueous and
Methanol Extract of Moringa oleiferaLamk. Leaves and Fruits, 2013, International Journal of
Environment Science, 2, 19-24.
Karuna S. Verma and Ruchi Koshta, Prevalence of Airborne Fungal Diversity in the Kitchen
Environment of Jabalpur city, 2013, Int. J. of Life Sciences, 5-8.
Karuna S. Verma and Sahu Manju Lata, Aeromycological survey in dairy farm near Bhedaghat,
Jabalpur, 2013, Int. J of Life Sciences, 9-12.
S Mishra, RP Mishra, A comparison of the in vitro genotoxicity of anticancer drugs melphalan and
mitoxantrone, 2013, American Journal of Biomedical Sciences, 5, 171-176.
RP Mishra, S Mishra, In Vitro assessment of genotoxicity of some ayurvedic drugs in human
lymphocytes by using single cell gel electrophoresis, 2013, Journal of Drug Metabolism & Toxicology,
4, 1-2.
M. K. Gupta, A. Shrivastava, M. Patel, P. Gupta and P. K. Singhal, Optimization of growth parameters
for enhanced production of antibacterial compounds by environmentally isolated Bacillus strains, 2013,
International Journal of Environmental Sciences, 2, 11-18.
M Nair, SS Sandhu, A Babbar, Purification of trypsin inhibitor from seeds of Cicer arietinum (L.) and
its insecticidal potential against Helicoverpa armigera (Hübner), 2013, Theoretical and Experimental
Plant Physiology, 25, 137-148.
Karuna S. Verma and Harleen Kaur Lamba, Aeromycological Survey in Jabalpur - A Review, 2013,
Bioscience Guardian, 3, 379-384.
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34. Karuna S. Verma and Priyanka Mahobia, A comparative Analysis of Aeromycoflora of two shopping
Malls in Jabalpur, 2013, Bioscience Guardian, 3, 387-291.
35. A.K. Kushwaha and Y.K. Bansal, In vitro regeneration of Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri (L.) Pennel) and
preliminary analysis of secondary metabolites, 2013, Jour Ind Bot Soc., 97, 14-20.
36. R. K. Singh, D.P. Kumar, M. K. Solanki, P. Singh, A. Srivastava, S. Kumar, A. K. Saxena, P. K.
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Singhal and D. K. Arora, Optimization of media components for chitinase production by chickpea
rshizosphere associated Lysinibacillus fusiformis B-CM18, 2013, J. Basic Microbiol., 53, 451-460.
P. Bohre, O. P. Chaubey and P.K. Singhal, Restoration of degraded lands in plantation forests under
different tree cover in tropical environment, 2013, Journal of Tropical Forest Science, Malaysia, Article
in Press.
P. Bohre, O. P. Chaubey and P.K. Singhal, Biomass production and carbon sequestration by Pongamia
pinnata (Linn) Pierre in tropical environment, 2013, Southern Forest: A Journal of Forest Science,
Article in Press.
O. P. Chaubey, P. Bohre, Jamaluddin and P.K. Singhal, Microbial succession and restoration of
degraded ecosystem under different tree cover, 2013, Mycorrihiza News, 25, 2-13.
M Nair, SS Sandhu, A Kunitz trypsin inhibitor from chickpea (< i>Cicer arietinum</i> L.) that exerts an
antimicrobial effect on Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. Ciceris, 2013, Agricultural Sciences, 4, 585.
HS Tuli, AKSharma, SS Sandhu, D Kashyap, Cordycepin: A bioactive metabolite with therapeutic
potential, 2013, Life sciences, 93, 863-869.
Banerjee, S., Prasanna, R., Bagchi, S.N., Purification and characterization of a fibrino(geno)lytic
protease from cultured natural isolate of a cyanobacterium, Anabaena fertilissima, (2013) Journal of
Applied Phycology, 25 (4), pp. 1111-1122.
SS Sandhu, Editorial: Innovation, Invention, and IPR in Biotechnology: Current Scenario, 2013, Recent
patents on biotechnology, 7, 171.
HS Tuli, SS Sandhu, AK Sharma, Pharmacological and therapeutic potential of Cordyceps with special
reference to Cordycepin, 2013, Biotech, 3, 1-12.
Vardhan, S., Yadav, A.K., Pandey, A.K., Arora, D.K., Diversity analysis of biocontrol Bacillus isolated
from rhizospheric soil of rice-wheat (Oryza sativa-Triticum aestivum L.) at India, (2013) Journal of
Antibiotics, 66 (8), pp. 485-490.
S Singh, Pallavi Datta, Archna Tirkey, Sonil Markolay and Nisha Tiwari, Responses of wild type and
mutant strains of cyanobacterium Anabaena variabilis under immobilized condition, 2013, Bulletin of
Environment, Pharmacology and Life Sciences, Article in Press.
Sahay, H., Babu, B.K., Singh, S., Kaushik, R., Saxena, A.K., Arora, D.K., Cold-active hydrolases
producing bacteria from two different sub-glacial Himalayan lakes, (2013) Journal of Basic
Microbiology, 53 (8), pp. 703-714.
Bohre, P., Chaubey, O.P., Singhal, P.K., Biomass accumulation and carbon sequestration in Tectona
grandis Linn. f. and Gmelina arborea Roxb, (2013) International Journal of Bio-Science and BioTechnology, 5 (3), pp. 153-174.
Bhattacharya, A., Shrivastava, A., Sharma, A., Evaluation of enhanced thermostability and operational
stability of carbonic anhydrase from Micrococcus species, (2013) Applied Biochemistry and
Biotechnology, 170 (4), pp. 756-773.
Bansal, S., Bharati, A.J., Bansal, Y.K., Efficient in vitro regeneration of a medicinal plant Harsinghar
(Nyctanthes arbor-tristis L.), (2013) Plant Tissue Culture and Biotechnology, 22 (2), pp. 137-142.
Gupta, S., Kiran, K., Datta, A., Bio-control of clinical fungal isolates associated with fungal keratitis
using medicinal plant extract, (2012) International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical
Sciences, 4 (4), pp. 544-547.
Karuna S. Verma, Uikey M and Dey, M., Prevalence Of Food Allergy In Consecutive Patients Based on
Skin Prick Test & Immunodiffusion Technique, 2013, Journal of Environment and Social Science
Research, 2.
Karuna S. Verma, Kavita Agrawal, Aparna Awasthi and Rachna Pandey, Phytopharmacological
Screening and Evaluation of potential Antimicrobial activity of Acacia catechu Willd, 2013, Journal of
Environment and Social Science Research, 2.
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54. A. Shrivastava, M. K. Gupta and P. K. Singhal, Nutritional andenvironmental optimization of antifungal
potential of Bacillus strains, 2013, International Journal of Advanced Research, 1, 1-6.
55. Apurva K Pathak, Karuna S Verma, Assessment of airborne bacteria of milk processing unit complex
associated environment, 2013, International Journal of Environmental Health Engineering, 2.
56. Karuna S. Verma and Aparna Awasthi, A Rainbow of Protection – The Miraculous Power of Natural
Antioxidants, 2012, Jigyasa, 6.
57. N. Agarwal and Y.K. Bansal, Incipient morphogenesis in callus cultures of a recalcitrant hardwood tree
tendu (Diospyros melanoxylon Roxb), 2013, Plant Archives, 13, 129-132.
58. S. Bansal, Bharti A. J. and Y. K. Bansal, Isolation and identification of flavonoid from in vitro and
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natural grown Nyctanthes arbor-tristis L.(Harsingar)-a medicinally important plant, 2013, Res. Plant
Biol., 3, 17-22.
S. Bansal, Bharti A. J. and Y. K.Bansal, In vitro Callogenesis and Phytochemical Screening of Harsingar
(Nyctanthes arbor-tristis) a Multipotent Medicinal Tree, 2013, International Journal of Pharm Tech
Research, 5, 1786-1793.
S. Bansal, Bharti A. J. and Y. K. Bansal, Efficient in vitro Regeneration of a Medicinal Plant Harsinghar
(Nyctanthes arbor-tristis L.), 2013, Plant Tissue Culture and Biotechnology, 22, 137-142.
S. Baghel and Y. K. Bansal, Micropropagation and in vitro flowering of a biodiesel plant niger (Guizotia
abyssinica Cass.), 2013, Asian Journal of Experimental Biological Sciences, 4, 532-539.
M. Gokhale, Y.K. Bansal and S. S. Sandhu, Recent Patents on Flavonoids, 2013, Recent Patents on
Biotechnology, 7, 179-196.
H Shukla, SS Sandhu, S Kumar, RP Aharwal, Therapeutic Potential of Catharanthus roseaus Linn,
2013, Current Trends in Biotechnology and Chemical Research, 3, 63-70.
S Shukla, H Shukla, S Kumar, RP Aharwal, VK Gupta, SS Sandhu, Allergy and Inflammation: An
Immunological and Therapeutic Approach, 2013, Recent Patents on Inflammation & Allergy Drug
Discovery, 7, 135-150.
MD Siddiquie, RP Mishra, S Dubey, M Joshi, Antibiotic resistant Salmonella serovars isolated from
Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur Region, 2013, Bull. Env. Pharmacol Life Science, 2, 122-127.
Bohre, P., Chaubey, O.P., Singhal, P.K., Bio-restoration and its impact on species diversity and biomass
accumulation of ground flora community of degraded ecosystem of coalmines, (2012) International
Journal of Bio-Science and Bio-Technology, 4 (4), pp. 63-80.
Verma, M., Bansal, Y.K., Induction of somatic embryogenesis in endangered butterfly ginger
Hedychium coronarium J. Koenig, (2012) Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 50 (12), pp. 904909.
Verma, P., Jamaluddin, A study on correlation between different physical parameters, which are change
after composting, (2012) Biomedical and Pharmacology Journal, 5 (2), pp. 357-361.
SS Sandhu, B Nishal,AK Sharma, R Kumar,V Beniwal, A novel mechanism of drug resistance to an
anticancer drug, Temoxifen unveiled through interference with iron homeostasis, 2012, Current Trends
in Biotechnology and Chemical Research, 1, 127-131.
SS Sandhu, S Goyal, R Sharma, HS Tuli, AK Sharma, Optimization of process parameters for
decolorization of anaerobically digested Molasses Spent Wash (MSW) using Aspergillus niger and
Activated carbon, 2012, Current Trends in Biotechnology and Chemical Research, 2, 26-31.
SS Sandhu, AK Sharma,V Beniwal, G Goel, P Batra,A Kumar, S Jaglan, AK, Myco-Biocontrol of
Insect Pests: Factors Involved, Mechanism, and Regulation, 2012, Journal of Pathogens,
S Singh, Archna Trikey, Pallavi Dutta, Isolation and characterization of a multiple herbicide resistant
strain Av(MHR) Ar, Al, B, D of diazotrophic cyanobacterium Anabaena variabilis, 2012, Indian
Journal of Biotechnology, 11, 77-85.
S. Singh, Harmesh Sahay, Sahil Mahfooz, Atul K Singh, Rajeev Kaushik, Anil K. Saxena, Dilip K.
Arora, Exploration and characterization of agriculturally and industrially important haloalkalophillic
bacteria from environmental samples of hypersaline Sambhar Lake, India, 2012, World Journal of
Microbiology and Biotechnology, 28, 3207-3217.
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74. S Singh, Harmesh Sahay, BK Shahu, Rajeev Kaushik, Anil K. Saxena, Dilip K. Arora, Cold- active
hydrolases producing bacteria from two different sub-glacial Himalayan lakes, 2012, Journal of Basic
Microbiology, 52, 1-13.
75. S Singh,Sulagna Roy Chowdhary,Surendra Singh ,Anuradha Tiwari and Kumar, Birendra, Study of the
Rate of Removal of Eutrophic Nutrient (Phosphate) by Free and Immobilized Cells of Bacillus Subtilis
2620, 2012, Indian Journal of Environmental Protection, 32, 353-360.
76. V Beniwal, SS Sandhu, G Goel, S Kaushik, Effect of heavy metals on growth and biofilm formation by
gram negative pathogens, 2012, Current Trends in Biotechnology and Chemical Research, 1, 102-105.
77. SS Sandhu, R Namdeo, S Sharma, S Sood, AK Sharma, Proposing de-novo Generated, Iteratively
Optimized New Lead Molecules Targeting HIV-1 Protease, 2012, Current Trends in Biotechnology and
Chemical Research, 2, 6-9.
78. R Khajuria, SS Sandhu, AK Sharma, B Nishal, Actinomycetes: Implications in health and disease, 2012,
Current Trends in Biotechnology and Chemical Research, 1, 80-91.
79. Banerjee, Nikita &A.K. Pandey, Effect of various in vitro culture conditions affecting growth and
sporultations of a seed borne pathogen of Parthenium hysterophorus, 2012, Bioscience Guradian, 2, 1115.
80. Gautam, S.P. P.S. Bundela, A.K. Pandey, Jamaluddin,M.K. Awasthi & S. Sarsaiya, Diversity of
celluloytic microbes and the biodegradation of municipal solid waste by potential strain, 2012,
International Journal of Microbiology, 1-12.
81. Jaiswal, Mithlesh, A.K.Pandey & Jamaluddin, Pathogenic ability of different mycoflora against excised
Parthenium leaves, 2012, Journal of Tropical Forestry, 2, 49-53.
82. Jamaluddin,Mithlesh Jaiswal &A.K.Pandey, Role of Microbial inoculants on growth and development
of Jatropha curcas in field, 2012, Indian Forester, 138, 652-656.
83. Gond,Ajay Kumar,Jaiswal,Mithlesh, Jamaluddin &A.K.Pandey, A new record of Torula herbarum
quaternella Sacc.on Jatropha curcas L, 2012, J.Mycol.Plant Pathol, 42, 389-390.
84. Apurva Pathak K., Karuna Verma S. and Soni K., Physio-Chemical and Microbial Quality of Boiled
Milk, 2012, International Journal of Food, Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences, 2, 10-15.
85. Anjana Sharma, Susheel Kumar Singh, Lokesh Kori, Chandan R.Bora and Varsha Shukla, Evaluation of
water quality of river Narmada and its correlation with occurrence of enteropathogens, 2012, Journal of
Environmental Science and Engineering, Article in Press.
86. Rohit Sharma, Bhagwan S Sanodiya, Deepika Bagrodia, Mukteshwar Pandey, Anjana Sharma and
Pakash S Bisen, Efficacy and potential of Lactic acid bacteria modulating human health, 2012,
International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences, 3, 935-948.
87. O. P. Chaubey, P. Bohre, and P.K. Singhal, Impact of bio-reclamation of coal mine spoil on nutritional
and microbial characteristics - a case study, 2012, International Journal of Bio-Science and BioTechnology, 4, 63-79.
88. P. Bohre, O. P. Chaubey and P.K. Singhal, Biomass accumulation and carbon sequestration in
Dalbergia sissoo Roxb., 2012, International Journal of Bio-Science and Bio-Technology, 4, 29-44.
89. Sahay, H., Mahfooz, S., Singh, A.K., Singh, S., Kaushik, R., Saxena, A.K., Arora, D.K., Exploration
and characterization of agriculturally and industrially important haloalkaliphilic bacteria from
environmental samples of hypersaline Sambhar lake, India, (2012) World Journal of Microbiology and
Biotechnology, 28 (11), pp. 3207-3217.
90. Karuna S. Verma, Suman Patel, Aparna Awasthi and Vijiya K Shrivasta, Phytochemical Screening and
Evaluation of antimriobial activity of Carica papaya Linn., 2012, Bioscience Guardian, 2, 297-300.
91. Karuna S., Sandhya Swarnkar, Aparna Awasthi, Tabassum Ansari, Ethnobotanical aspects of plants
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92. Karuna S. Verma , Deepak Kori,Aparna Awasthi and Rachna Pandey, Screening of bark and leaves of
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93. Karuna S. Verma, GMM Food: Problem and Perspective. I.K., 2012, International Publishing House
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M. Verma and Y.K. Bansal, Induction of somatic embryogenesis in endangered butterfly ginger
Hedychium coronarium J Koenig, 2012, Ind. J. Exp. Biol., 50, 904-909.
M. Gokhaleand Y.K. Bansal, Cytological studies with reference to chromocenters in a monotypic,
threatened medicinal tree Oroxylum indicum (L.) Vent, 2012, Caryologia, 65, 171-175.
P. Bohre, O. P. Chaubey and P.K. Singhal, Litter production and carbon content in plantation forests to
restore degraded ecosystem, 2012, Indian Journal of Tropical Biodiversity, 20, 159-165.
Solanki, M.K., Robert, A.S., Singh, R.K., Kumar, S., Pandey, A.K., Srivastava, A.K., Arora, D.K.,
Characterization of mycolytic enzymes of Bacillus strains and their bio-protection role against
Rhizoctonia solani in tomato, (2012) Current Microbiology, 65 (3), pp. 330-336.
Nawange, S.R., Singh, S.M., Naidu, J., Jain, S., Nagpal, T., Behrani, D.S., Mellado, E., Tudela, J.L.R.,
Zygomycosis Caused by Rhizopus microsporus and Rhizopus oryzae in Madhya Pradesh (M.P.) Central
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Singh, A.K., Jamaluddin, Organic fertilizers in forestry: A green technology for restoration of mine
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Verma, K.S., Puntambekar, A., In vitro screening of Piper nigrum and Piper longum for antibacterial
properties, (2012) Vegetos, 25 (1), pp. 190-193.
Chowdhury, S.R., Singh, S., Tiwari, A., Birendra, K., Study of the rate of removal of eutrophic Nutrient
(Phosphate) by free and immobilized cells of bacillus subtilis 2620, (2012) Indian Journal of
Environmental Protection, 32 (5), pp. 353-360.
Bisen, P.S., Bundela, S.S., Sharma, A., Ellagic acid - Chemopreventive role in oral cancer,
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Bagchi, S.N., Das, P.K., Banerjee, S., Saggu, M., Bagchi, D., A bentazone-resistant mutant of
cyanobacterium, Synechococcus elongatus PCC7942 adapts different strategies to counteract on
bromoxynil- and salt-mediated oxidative stress, (2012) Physiology and Molecular Biology of
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Gautam, S.P., Bundela, P.S., Pandey, A.K., Jamaluddin, Awasthi, M.K., Sarsaiya, S., Diversity of
cellulolytic microbes and the biodegradation of municipal solid waste by a potential strain,
(2012) International Journal of Microbiology, art. no. 325907.
Singh, S., Datta, P., Tirkey, A., Isolation and characterization of a multiple herbicide resistant strain
[Av(MHR) Ar, Al, B, D] of diazotrophic cyanobacterium Anabaena variabilis, (2012) Indian Journal of
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(2012) Protoplasma, 249 (1), pp. 65-74.
Karuna S. Verma, A. Shrivastav and P.S. Sahu, Preliminary survey of Aeromycoflora of college rooms
in Jabalpur, 2012, Indian J. Aerobiol, 25, 69-73.
Salma Khan, D. G. Kailash Chandra, New record to the species diversity of family Scarabaeidae and
Hybosoridae (Coleoptera:Scarabaeoidae) of Jabalpur Madhya Pradesh (India), 2012, Acad.J.Entomol.,
5, 28-36.
Karuna S. Verma and Pradeep Singh Porte, Qualitative & quantitative assessment of airborne fungi in
some residential areas of Jabalpur, 2012, Jigyasa, 6, 49-54.
Karuna S. Verma, Pragya Ukey and Pradeep Singh Porte, Airborne Fungal Concentration in Hostel
Environment of Jabalpur, 2012, Jigyasa, 6, 19-25.
Karuna S. Verma, Ajay Kumar Chandel , Pradeep Singh Porte and Deepti Khare, Prevalence of
Airborne Fungi in College Library of Jabalpur City, 2012, Jigyasa, 6, 77-82.
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Karuna S. Verma& Zareen Baksh, Ethnomedicinal Plant Resources of Jabalpur District (Madhya
Pradesh), 2012, The Botanique, 16.
D. P. Kumar, R. K. Singh, P. D. Anupama, M.K. Solanki, S. Kumar, A. Srivastava, P. K. Singhal and
D.K. Arora, Studies on exo-chitinase production from Trichoderma asperellum UTP-16 and its
characterization, 2012, Indian J. Microbiol., 52, 388-395.
A. Shrivastava, A. A. Khan, A. Shrivastav, A., S.K. Jain and P.K. Singhal, Kinetic studies of Lasparaginase from Penicillium digitatum, 2012, Prep. Biochem. Biotech., 42, 574-581.
Karuna S. Verma, Tarannum Khan, Aparna Awasthi and Suresh Prasad Charmkar, Assesment of
indigenous floristic diversity of east zone of Jabalpur (M.P.), 2012, Journal of tropical forestry, 28.
Karuna S.Verma, Rashmi Nigam, Aparna Awasthi and Sulekha Pathak, Phytochemical Screening and
Antibacterial activity of Bryophyllum pinnatum (Lam.) Kurz, 2012, J.Phytol.Res., 25, 193-195.
Karuna S. Verma, Shilpa Jar and Mitali Dey, Comparative analysis of House dust Mycoflora and
Aeromycoflora in Relation to Human Health, 2012, J. Phytol. Res., 25, 61-64.
M Tripathi,RP Mishra, V Girdoniya, Histopathological changes in gallbladder of a teleost fish Catla
catla treated with 1.2% lindane, 2012, Journal of Fisheries and Aquaculture, 4, 10.
Tamsikar, J., Singh, S.M., Naidu, J., Prevalence of non-albicans Candida vaginitis in patients on
hormonal treatment in Jabalpur, Central India, (2011) Journal de Mycologie Medicale, 21 (4), pp. 256259.
S Hasan, RI Singh, SS Singh, Development of Transformation System of Verticillium lecanii
(Lecanicillium spp.) (Deuteromycotina: Hyphomycetes) Based on Nitrate Reductase Gene of
Aspergillus nidulans, 2011, Indian Journal of Microbiology, 1-6.
A Chhatri, J Bajpai, AK Bajpai, SS Sandhu, N Jain, J Biswas, Cryogenic fabrication of savlon loaded
macroporous blends of alginate and polyvinyl alcohol (PVA). Swelling, deswelling and antibacterial
behaviors, 2011, Carbohydrate Polymers, 83, 876-882.
AK Sharma, SS Sandhu, V Beniwal, G Goel, Development of Gallic Acid-Potassium Iodate Chromogen
Based Marker for Tannase Activity, 2011, Current Trends in Biotechnology and Chemical Research, 1,
27-29.
R Pandey, SS Sandhu, R Kumar, AK Sharma, Some Important Fungi, Trichophyton Sp., Beaveria
Bassiana and Plurotus Ostreatus Resist Heavy Metals: Promising Fungal Strains for their Potential as
Bioremediation Agents, 2011, Current Trends in Biotechnology and Chemical Research, 1, 22-26.
AK Sharma, R Naithani,V Kumar, SS Sandhu, Iron Regulation in Tuberculosis Research: Promise and
Challenges, 2011, Current medicinal chemistry, 18, 1723-1731.
T Rupesh, J Nitika, P Raghvendra, S Sardul Singh, Practices in Wound Healing Studies of Plants,
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 18,
SG Damle, SS Sandhu, M Nair, MK Gupta, The Impact of Stem Cells on Tissue Engineering and
Craniofacial Defects, 2011, Current Trends in Biotechnology and Chemical Research, 1, 6-10.
Nawange, S.R., Singh, S.M., Naidu, J., Sethi, R., Jain, R.Y., Tiwari, A., Singh, K., Serotype distribution
of Cryptococcus Neoformans and Cryptococcus Gattii in patients and in the environment of Jabalpur, a
City of Madhya Pradesh in India, (2011) Asian Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and
Environmental Sciences, 13 (4), pp. 735-742.
Salma Khan, MK Dwivedi, AK Tripathi & S Shukla, Homocysteine and Cardiovascular disease, 2011,
Biotechnology and Molecular Biology Reviews, 5, 101-107.
Quereshi, S., Khan, N.A., Pandey, A.K., Anthraquinone pigment with herbicidal potential from Phoma
herbarum FGCC#54, (2011) Chemistry of Natural Compounds, 47 (4), pp. 521-523.
Bagchi, S.N., Ghosh, S.K., Partial Purification and Characterization of an Elastase-inhibitory Lipid
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Chandan Prabhu, Snehal Wanjari, Adarsh Puri, Abhishek Bhattacharya, Rajesh Pujari, Renu Yadav,
Nitin Labsetwar, T.Satyanarayan, Anjana Sharma, Sadhna Rayalu, Region specific bacterial carbonic
anhydrase for biomimetic sequestration of carbon dioxide, 2011, Energy and Fuels, 25, 1327-1332.
Upadhyay, M.K., Kumar, A., Pandey, A.K., Optimization for production of fungal amylase enzyme
isolated from Penicillium chrysogenum (FGC/JNU201) in solid state fermentation, (2011) Asian
Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and Environmental Sciences, 13 (2), pp. 323-326.
Pandey, A.K. Archana Shrivastava, Preeti Bhatnagar, S. Sarsaiya & M.K. Awasthi, Diversity of
Monument deterioration causing fungi at Gwalior fort (M.P.), India, 2011, Annals of Enviornmental
Science, 5, 35-40.
Awasthi, A.K., A.K. Pandey& Rashmi Dubey, Diversity of fungi in effluents of sugar industries of
Madhya Pradesh, 2011, International Journal of Environmental Sciences, 1, 834-838.
Gautam, S.P. P.S. Bundela, A.K. Pandey, M.K. Awasthi & S. Sarsaiya, An assessment of the aerobic
windrow composting for sustainable organic municipal solid waste management in Jabalpur region,
2011, Proc. Nat. Symp. Waste Management, 680-656.
Gautam, S.P., P.S. Bundela, A.K. Pandey, M.K. Awasthi & S. Sarsiya, Isolation, identification and
cultural optimization of fungal isolates as a potential bioconcersion agent of municipal solid waste,
2011, Annals of Environmental Science, 5, 23-24.
Banerjee, Nikita Jaya singh, Sadaf Qureshi &A.K. Pandey, Purification of the secondary metabolites
extracted from Colletotricum dematium FGCC # 20, effective against Parthenium hysterophorus, 2011,
Bioscience Guardian, 1, 343-347.
Qureshi, Sadaf, Noor Afshan Khan &A.K. Pandey, Anthraquinone pigment with herbicidal potential
from Phoma herbarum FGEE # 54, 2011, Chemistry of Natural Compounds, 47, 521-523.
Banerjee, Nikita, A.K. Pandey& Jamaluddin, First report of the Dreeshlera state of Cochhobolus
specifer infecting seeds of Parthenium hysterophorus in India, New Disease Reports, 24, 7.
Dubey, Rashmi &A.K. Pandey, New species of Scytalidium pesante and Sporidesmium Linx ex Fries
from India, 2011, Nelumbo, 53, 1-6.
Awasthi, M.K., P.S. Bundela, A.K. Pandey& Jamaluddin, Monitoring of microbial population and their
activities during composting of organic solid waste at central India, 2010, IJPAES, 2, 26-36.
Singh, S., Das, S., Screening, production, optimization and characterization of cyanobacterial
polysaccharide, (2011) World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 27 (9), pp. 1971-1980.
Hasan, S., Singh, R.I., Singh, S.S., Development of Transformation System of Verticillium lecanii
(Lecanicillium spp.) (Deuteromycotina: Hyphomycetes) Based on Nitrate Reductase Gene of
Aspergillus nidulans, (2011) Indian Journal of Microbiology, 51 (3), pp. 390-395.
S. Pandey and Y. K. Bansal, In vitro regeneration of Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri L. Pennel) and synthetic
seed formation, 2011, Flora and Fauna, 17, 195-201.
A. K. Sarkar, Ekta Rai, Syed Naseer Shah, Sulochna Boudha and Y. K. Bansal, Changes in enzyme
activities, soluble sugars and phenols during in vitro shoot regeneration from leaflet explants of Alvizia
procera (Roxb) Benth, 2011, New Forests, 40, 323-334.
Singh, A.K., Jamaluddin, Effect of arbuscular mycorrhizal inoculation on phosphatase activity in the
rhizosphere of Jatropha curcas in calcareous mined spoil, (2011) National Academy Science
Letters, 34 (1-2), pp. 27-29.
Karuna S. Verma and Sanchali Padhyen, Phospholipase Activity in clinical fungal isolates from diabetic
patients, 2011, Journal of Pharmacology research, 2, 40- 45.
Karuna S. Verma, Deepika Trivedi, Aparna Awasthi and Sangeeta Dolly Juda, Indigenous Knowledge
and Conservation of Endangered Angiospermic flora of Jabalpur with special emphasis of Herbs, Shrubs
and Climbers, 2011, Anusandhan, 5, 60-63.
Karuna S. Verma, Deepa Dahake, Diversity of exotic weeds in the flora of Jabalpur, 2011, Biozone
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154. Madhuri S. Pandey Govind and Verma Karuna S., Antioxidant, Immunomodulatory and Anticancer of
Emblica officinalis, 2011, International Research Journal of Pharmacy, 2, 38-42.
155. Karuna S.Verma and Aparna Awasthi, World Biomes, 2011, Jigyasa, 5.
156. Pankaj Kumar Sahu, Atul Shrivastava and Karuna Verma, Ethnomedicinal Study on Tribal Area of
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Karuna S. Verma and Deepa Dahake, Traditional phytoterapy among tribals of Jabalpur district (M.P.),
2011, J. Phytol. Res., 24, 99-106.
Kantishree De, P. Patel & N. Jaysawal, Antimicrobial potential of actinomycetes isolated from
Arogyadham Jabalpur, 2011, Indian Journal of Applied & Pure Biology, 26, 205-208.
Madhuri S., Pandey Govind and Verma Karuna S., Antioxident, Immunomodulatory and Anticancer
activities of Emblica officinalis, 2011, Pandey Govind et al. IRJP, 2, 38- 42.
Verma, K. S. and Puntambekar, Archita, Screening of antifungal effects of extracts from Piper nigrum
& Piper longum, 2011, I. J. of Bioscience Guardian, 1, 525-528.
Karuna S. Verma and Binu Rojan, Screening of extracts of Tinospora cordifolia Miers. To evaluate the
antifungal activity, 2011, Bioscience Guardian an International Journal, 1, 431-433.
Verma Karuna S., Shrivastava Payal and Dey Milati, Skin Prick Test to common air borne fungi on
Poultry workers, 2011, Indian J Allergy Asthma Immunol., 25, 79-83.
S Singh, Shipra Das, Screening, production, optimization and characterization of cyanobacterial
polysaccharide, 2011, World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 27, 1971-1980.
S Singh, Pallavi Dutta, Responses of multiple herbicide resistant strains of diazotrophic cyanobacterium
Anabaena variabilis, 2011, Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 49, 298-303.
S. Singh, Harmesh sahay, Rajeev kaushik, Anil K. Saxena, Dilip K. Arora, Characterization of
halophilic bacteria from environmental samples from the brackish water of pulicate lake, India, 2011,
Biologia, Sect. Cell. Mol. Biol., 66, 741-747.
A. Shriavastava and P. K. Singhal, Population dynamics of surface herb flora in plantation forests of
Jabalpur, 2011, JNKVV Res. J., 45, 136-146.
P. Gupta, M. K. Gupta and P. K. Singhal, Characterization of Bacillus spp. with bile salt hydrolase
activity for biotherapeutic applications, 2011, IJPI Int. J. Biotechnol. Biotherap, 3, 22-30.
P. Gupta, M. K. Gupta and P. K. Singhal, Molecular methods for rapid generic level identification of
environmental isolates of Bacillus sp., 2011, J. Adv. Biotech., 10, 11-15.
A.Shriavastava, A. A. Khan, S. K. Jain, P.K. Singhal, S. Jain, M. Marotta and H. Yadav,
Biotechnological advancement in isolation of anti-neoplastic compounds from natural origin: a novel
source of L-asparaginase, 2011, Acta Biomed., 81, 104-108.
Karuna S. Verma, Archita Puntambekar and Neerja Saxena, Antioxidants activity and free radical
scavenging Potential of Piper nigrum and Piper longum, 2011, J. Phytol. Res., 4, 235-236.
RP Mishra, M Tripathi, V Girdoniya, Histopathological changes in liver of a teleost fish Catla catla
treated with 1.2% lindane, 2011, Journal of Fisheries and Aquaculture, 2, 17-19.
Anjana Sharma and Chandan R. Bora, Role of mobile genetic elements (Plasmid, class 1 integron and
SXT element) in dissemination of multidrug resistant non cholera vibrios, 2011, Current Trends in
Biotechnology and Chemical Research, 1, 30-41.
Sharma, A., Bhattacharya, A., Shrivastava, A., Biomimetic CO 2 sequestration using purified carbonic
anhydrase from indigenous bacterial strains immobilized on biopolymeric materials, (2011) Enzyme and
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Singh, S., Datta, P., Tirkey, A., Response of multiple herbicide resistant strain of diazotrophic
cyanobacterium, Anabaena variabilis, exposed to atrazine and DCMU, (2011) Indian Journal of
Experimental Biology, 49 (4), pp. 298-303.
M Tripathi, RP Mishra, V Girdoniya, Histopathological effect of 1.2% lindane on kidneys of major carp
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Sharma, R., Rajak, R.C., Pandey, A.K., Mass multiplication of ectomycorrhizal Cantharellus inoculum
for large scale tailoring nursery inoculations of bamboo seedlings, (2011) Asian Journal of Scientific
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Singh, J., Pandey, A.K., Effect of temperature and storage time on shelf life of mycoherbicidal products
of colletotrichum dematium FGCC#20, (2010) American Journal of Agricultural and Biological
Science, 5 (3), pp. 315-320.
SS Sandhu, Quereshi S., Ayurveda impact of Chinese Ginseng, 2010, People’s Post, 1, 60-62.
R Thakur, SS Sandhu, Distribution, occurrence and natural invertebrate hosts of indigenous
entomopathogenic fungi of Central India, 2010, Indian journal of microbiology, 50, 89-96.
Salma Khan, U.K. Chauhan, M.K.Dwivedi, Cardiovascular disease & risk factors, 2010, International
Journal of Biotechnology and Biochemistry, 6, 377-389.
SS M Suhail, S Patil, Salma Khan, Antioxidant Vitamins and Lipoperoxidation in Non-pregnant,
Pregnant and gestational diabetic Women, Erythrocytes Osmotic fragility profiles, 2010, J. Clinical
Med. Res., 2, 266-273.
A Chande, GJ Kövics, SS Sandhu, MK Rai, Morphological and genetic differentiation among four
pigment producing Indian species of Phoma (Saccardo, 1899), 2010, Indian journal of microbiology, 50,
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MS Sigrist, JB Pinheiro, JA AzevedoFilho, CA Colombo, MM Bajay, PF Lima, FR, Development and
characterization of microsatellite markers for turmeric (Curcuma longa), 2010, Plant Breeding, 129,
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Gautam, S.P., P.S. Bundela, A.K. Pandey, Jamaluddin, M.K. Awasthi and S. Sarsaiya, Physicochemical
analysis of municipal solid waste compost, 2010, J. Appl. Sci. Res., 6, 1034-1039.
Upadhyay, M.K., Ajay Kumar &A.K. Pandey, Optimization for production of Fungal amylase enzyme
isolated from Penicillum chrysogenum (FGC/JNU 201) in solid state fermentation, 2010, Asian J. of
Microbiol. Biotech. Env. Sci., 12, 1-4.
Quereshi, sadaf, A.K. Pandey& Jaya Singh, Optimization of fermentation conditions for red pigment
production from Phoma herbarum (FGCC#54) under submerged cultivations, 2010, J. Phytol., 2, 1-8.
Gautam, S.P., P.S. Bundela, A.K. Pandey, K.K. Awasthi &S. Sarsaiya, Evolution of composting as a
strategy for managing organic municipal wastes in control India, 2010, Aust. J. Basic & Appl. Sci., 4,
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Gautam, S.P., P.S. Bundela, A.K. Pandey, Jamaluddin, N.K. Awasthi & S. Sasaiya, Optimization of the
medium for the production of cellulose by the Trichoderma viride using submerged fermentation, 2010,
International Journal of Environmental Sciences, 1, 656-664.
Gautam, S.P., P.S. Bundela, A.K. Pandey, Jamaluddin, N.K. Awasthi & S. Sasaiya, Municipal solid
waste management in Indian cities for review, 2010, International Journal of Environmental Science, 1,
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Gautam, S.P., P.S. Bundela, A.K. Pandey, Jamaluddin, N.K. Awasthi & S. Sasaiya, Cellulose production
by Pseudomonas p.isolated from municipal solid waste compost, 2010, International Journal of
Academic Research, 2, 330-333.
Gautam, S.P., P.S. Bundela, A.K. Pandey, M.K.Awasthi and S. Sarsaiya, Composting of Municipal
Solid Waste of Jabalpur City, 2010, Global Journal of Environmental Research, 4, 43-46.
Singh, Jaya, Sadaf Quereshi, Nikita Banerjee and A.K.Pandey, Production and Extraction of Phytotoxins
from Colletotrichum dematium FGCC#20 effective against Parthenium hysterophorous L., 2010,
Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology, 53, 669-678.
Singh, Jaya &A.K. Pandey, Effect of temperature and storage time on self life of mycoherbicidal
products of colletotrichum dematium FGEE # 20, 2010, Am. J. Agri. Biol. Sci., 5, 315-320.
Quereshi, Sadaf, A.K.Pandey and S.S Sandhu, Evaluation of antibacterial activity of different
Ganoderma lucidumextracts, 2010, Peoples Journal of Scientific Research, 3, 9-13.
Shukla, Rekha, Jamaluddin, and A. K. Pandey, Studies on Phosphatase Enzyme Activity of
Pseudomonas fluorescensof Jatropha curcus, 2010, Indian Forester, 136, 451-455.
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Gautam, S.P., P.S. Bundela, A.K. Pandey, M.K. Awasthi and S. Sarsaiya, Effect of different carbon
sources on production of cellulases by Aspergillus niger, 2010, Journal of Applied Science in
Environmental Sanitation, 5, 277-281.
Gautam, S.P., P.S. Bundela, A.K. Pandey, M.K. Awasthi and S. Sarsaiya, Microbial consortium for
effective composting of municipal solid waste by enzymatic activities, 2010, Journal of Applied Science
in Environmental Sanitation, 5, 282-288.
Gautam, S.P., P.S. Bundela, A.K. Pandey, Jamaluddin, M.K. Awasthi and S. Sarsaiya, Municipal solid
waste management in central India, 2010, Journal of Applied Science Research, 6, 1029-1033.
Sharma, R., Baghel, R.K., Pandey, A.K., Dynamics of acid phosphatase production of the
ectomycorrhizal mushroom Cantharellus tropicalis, (2010) African Journal of Microbiology
Research, 4 (20), pp. 2072-2078.
M. Gokhaleand Y.K. Bansal, Indirect organogenesis in Oroxylum indicum (L.) Vent, 2010, Ind.
Forester, 136, 804-811.
M. Gokhaleand Y.K. Bansal, Assessment of secondary metabolites in in vitro regenerated plantlets of
Oroxylum indicum (L) Vent, 2010, Plant Tissue Culture & Biotech, 20, 21-28.
Gautam, S.P., Bundela, P.S., Pandey, A.K., Awasthi, M.K., Sarsaiya, S., Evolution of composting as a
strategy for managing organic municipal solid wastes in central India, (2010) Australian Journal of
Basic and Applied Sciences, 4 (10), pp. 5451-5455.
B. Sharma and Y.K. Bansal, In vitro propagation of Gymnema sylvestre Retz. (R) Br. through apical
bud culture, 2010, Jour Med. Plants Res., 4, 1473-1476.
M. Gokhaleand Y.K. Bansal, Somaclonal variation in Oroxylum indicum (L.) Vent- an endangered tree
species, 2010, Journal of Phytology, 2, 1-7.
Quereshi, S., Panjwani, R., Pandey, A.K., Singh, A.K., Formulation of phytotoxins from Phoma sp.
FGCC#18 for the management of Parthenium hysterophorus L., (2010) Archives of Phytopathology and
Plant Protection, 43 (13), pp. 1260-1267.
Thakur, R., Sandhu, S.S., Species confirmation of fungal isolates by molecular analysis, (2010) Indian
Journal of Microbiology, 50 (3), pp. 280-291.
M. Verma and Y.K. Bansal, Butterfly Lilly (Hedychium coronarium
Koenig): An endangered
medicinal plant, 2010, Plant Archive, 10, 841-843.
S. Baghel and Y. K. Bansal, In vitro propagation from apical buds of Ashwagandha [Withania somnifera
(L.) Dunal], 2010, Jour Ind. Bot. Soc., 89, 236-241.
Saggu, M., Jain, A., Bagchi, D., Sodium selenate effect on Synechococcus elongatus PCC 7942:
Appearance of novel enzymatic reaction, ATP: Selenate adenylyltransferase, and variation in
antioxidant enzyme activities, (2010) Journal of Basic Microbiology, 50 (4), pp. 351-359.
Sharma, A., Kumar Patel, V., Rawat, S., Ramteke, P., Verma, R., Identification of the antibacterial
component of some Indian medicinal plants against klebsiella pneumoniae, (2010) International Journal
of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2 (3), pp. 123-127.
Das, P.K., Bagchi, S.N., Bentazone and bromoxynil induce H+ and H2O2 accumulation, and inhibit
photosynthetic O2 evolution in Synechococcous elongatus PCC7942, (2010) Pesticide Biochemistry and
Physiology, 97 (3), pp. 256-261.
Gokhale, M., Bansal, Y.K., Assessment of secondary metabolites in in vitro regenerated plantlets of
oroxylum indicum (L.) vent, (2010) Plant Tissue Culture and Biotechnology, 20 (1), pp. 21-28.
Sanodiya, B., Thakur, G., Baghel, R., Pandey, A., Prasad, G., Bisen, P., Isolation and characterization of
tenuazonic acid produced by Alternaria alternata, a potential bioherbicidal agent for control of Lantana
camara, (2010) Journal of Plant Protection Research, 50 (2), pp. 133-139.
Verma, K.S., Saxena, N., Sinha, R., Agarwal, A., Phytochemical screening and therapeutic profiling of
Madhuca indica J.F. Gmel, (2010) Vegetos, 23 (1), pp. 109-115.
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219. Singh, J., Quereshi, S., Banerjee, N., Pandey, A.K., Production and Extraction of Phytotoxins from
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Colletotrichum dematium FGCC# 20 effective against Parthenium hysterophorus L., (2010) Brazilian
Archives of Biology and Technology, 53 (3), pp. 669-678.
Jamaluddin, Shukla, R., Pandey, A.K., Modified technique for the study of plant microbe interaction in
culture medium, (2010) National Academy Science Letters, 33 (1-2), pp. 9-10.
Upadhyay, M.K., Jain, D., Singh, A., Pandey, A.K., Rajak, R.C., Assessment of genetic and biochemical
diversity of ecologically variant ectomycorrhizal Russula sp. from India, (2010) African Journal of
Biotechnology, 9 (12), pp. 1758-1763.
Dubey, P., Ray, P., Pandey, A., First record of entomopathogen beauveria bassiana (Bals.-Criv.) vuill.
on zygogramma bicolorata pallister, a biocontrol agent of parthenium hysterophorus L., (2010) Journal
of Plant Protection Research, 50 (1), pp. 53-55.
Nawange, S.R., Singh, K., Naidu, J., Singh, S.M., Naturally acquired systemic dual infection caused by
Candida famata (Debaryomyces hansenii) and Candida catenulata in albino rats bred for sale in the
market at Jabalpur (Madhya Pradesh), India, (2010) Mycoses, 53 (2), pp. 173-175.
Apurva K. Pathak and Karuna S. Verma, Extramural Aero-bacteriological Quality of Hospital
Environment, 2010, Asian J. Exp. Biol. Sci., 1, 128-135.
Karuna S Verma and Deepti Khare, Antifungal activity of weed extracts against important seed borne
pathogens of Aspergillus Sp., 2010, Int. J. Bioscience Reporter, 8, 69 -72.
Karuna S Verma and Zareen Baksh, Phytochemical screening &medicinal importance of Ricinus
communis Linn, 2010, Int. J. of “Bioscience Reporter, 8, 15-17.
Anjana Sharma Susheel Kumar Singh & Divya Bajpai, Phenotypic & genotypic characterization of
Shigella spp. With reference to its virulence genes and antibiogram analysis from river Narmada, 2010,
Microbiol Res., 165, 33-42.
Karuna S. Verma and Deepa Dahake, An introduction of tribal root medicines of Jabalpur District
(M.P.), Int. J. of “Bioscience Reporter, 8, 51-55.
Karuna S Verma , Sanchali Padhye and Mitali Dey, Opportunistic fungal infection in diabetic patient,
2010, Int. J. of “Bioscience Reporter, 8, 161 – 166.
Verma K.S. and Kuriakose B., Phytochemical constituents of leaves and stem extracts of Tinospora
cordifolia, 2010, The Botanique, 14, 33.
Karuna S. Verma, Deepti Khare, Prem Shankar Sahu and Jinu Abraham, Screening of Antimicrobial
Activity and Phytochemicals of Ipomea carnea Jacq, 2010, Biozone International Journal of Life
Science, 2, 329-335.
Karuna S. Verma, B. K. Rai and Gyanendra Pratap, Composition of traditional Biomanure and their
impact on Rabi pulses in nutrient depleted soil, 2010, Biozone International Journal of Life Science, 2,
344-347.
Karuna S. Verma, Subhash Shah Dhurve, Aparna Awasthi and Lekhram Patel, Enumeration and
conservation of Angiospermic flowering trees of Jabalpur (M.P.) Region with special emphasis on
endangered species, 2010, Shikshak Shiksha Shodh Patrika, 4, 97-106.
Karuna S. Verma, Sanjay Patel, Rajeev Saxena and Pradeep Singh Porte, Occurrence of
dermatomycoses in Jabalpur, 2010, International Journal of Bioscience Guardian, 1, 25-29.
Karuna S.Verma, Prem Shankar Sahu, Pradeep Singh Porte and Vishank, Occurrence of fungal
infections in cancer patients & their surrounding environment, 2010, Journal of Bioscience Guardian, 1,
57-59.
Verma Karuna S., Saxena Neerja, Sinha Rajshree, Agarwal Abha, Phytochemical Screening and
Therapeutic Profiling of Madhuca indica J.F. Gmel, 2010, Vegetos, 23, 109-115.
K. S. Verma, Y. Iqabal, D. Khare, Ethnomedicinal importance of weeds and their present status in
Jabalpur, 2010, Vegetos, 23, 42-54.
K. S. Verma, A. Dongre, M. Dey and D. Khare, Food allergy in consecutive patients based on Skin
Prick Test and questionnaire, 2010, Sci-fronts, 4, 111-114.
Karuna S. Verma, Vandana Dixit, Deepti Khare and Aparna Awasthi, Phytochemical screening and
antimicrobial activity of Buchanania lanzan Spreng., 2010, Journal of Phytological Research, 23, 339342.
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240. Karuna S. Verma, Savita Yadav, Archita Puntambekar and Binu Keriakose, Phytochemical Screening
and Antimicrobial Activity of Aegle marmelos (L.) Corr., 2010, J. Phytol .Res., 23, 279-282.
241. Karuna S. Verma, Prem Shankar Sahu, Pradeep Singh Porte and Savita Yadav, Enumeration of
angiosperms of cantonment area in Jabalpur District. Indian, 2010, J. Trop. Biodiv., 18, 73-79.
242. Karuna S. Verma, Rajshree Sinha and Deepa Dahake, Survey of Ethnomedicinal plants of selected sites
of Jabalpur and Mandla districts, 2010, Indian J. Trop. Biodiv., 18, 119-122.
243. Anjana Sharma and Abhishek Bhattacharya, Enhanced biomimetic sequestration of CO2 into CaCO3
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using purified carbonic anhydrase from indigenous bacterial strains, 2010, Journal of Molecular
Catalysis B: Enzymatic, 67, 122-128.
Ray, P., Ray, D., Pandey, A.K., Assessment of colletotrichum gloeosporioides as mycoherbicidal agent
against parthenium hysterophorus L., (2009) Pestology, 33 (10), pp. 26-28.
Sharma, A., Chandraker, S., Patel, V.K., Ramteke, P., Antibacterial activity of medicinal plants against
pathogens causing complicated urinary tract infections, (2009) Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical
Sciences, 71 (2), pp. 136-139.
Pathak, A.K., Verma, K.S., Aero-bacteriological study of vegetables market at Jabalpur, (2009) Iranian
Journal of Environmental Health Science and Engineering, 6 (3), pp. 187-194.
Banerjee, N., Singh, J., Quereshi, S., Pandey, A.K., Mass production, formulation and plot trials of
phytotoxins from Colletotrichum dematium FGCC#20 for managing Parthenium hysterophorus L.,
(2009) Electronic Journal of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 8 (6), pp. 416-424.
Grover, A., Azmi, W., Paul Khurana, S.M., Chakrabarti, S.K., Multiple displacement amplification as a
pre-polymerase chain reaction (pre-PCR) to detect ultra low population of Ralstonia solanacearum
(Smith 1896) Yabuchi et al. (1996), (2009) Letters in Applied Microbiology, 49 (5), pp. 539-543.
Sharma, A., Bhattacharya, A., Singh, S., Purification and characterization of an extracellular carbonic
anhydrase from Pseudomonas fragi, (2009) Process Biochemistry, 44 (11), pp. 1293-1297.
Sharma, A., Singh, S.K., Bajpai, D., Phenotypic and genotypic characterization of Shigella spp. with
reference to its virulence genes and antibiogram analysis from river Narmada, (2009) Indian Journal of
Microbiology, 49 (3), pp. 259-265.
Ray, P., Sushilkumar, Pandey, A.K., Impact evaluation of Neochetina spp. on different growth stages of
waterhyacinth, (2009) Journal of Plant Protection Research, 49 (1), pp. 7-13.
Baghel, R.K., Sharma, R., Pandey, A.K., Activity of acid phosphatase in the ectomycorrhizal fungus
Cantharellus tropicalis under controlled conditions, (2009) Journal of Tropical Forest
Science, 21 (3), pp. 218-222.
M. K. Gupta and P. K. Singhal, Management practices and bacterial characteristics of wastes from
Hospitals in Jabalpur, 2009, Int. J. Environ. Res. Dev., 3, 240-250.
M. K. Gupta, P. Gupta and P. K. Singhal, Drug resistance profile of Vibrios isolated from fresh water
systems, 2009, Biozone, 1, 201-203.
Anjana Sharma, Rani Verma and Padmini Ramteke, Antibacterial activity of some medicinal plants used
by tribals against UTI causing pathogens, 2009, World Applied Sciences Journal, 7, 332-339.
S. Mahto and P.K. Singhal, Isolation and Biochemical Characterization of Bacteria Present In Roots of
Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes (Mart) Solm.) In Robertson Lake Jabalpur, Res. J. Sci. Technol.,
3, 164-168.
Khan, N.A., Quereshi, S., Pandey, A., Srivastava, A., Antibacterial activity of seed extracts of
commercial and wild lathyrus species, (2009) Turkish Journal of Biology, 33 (2), pp. 165-169.
Sharma, A., Patel, V.K., Chaturvedi, A.N., Vibriocidal activity of certain medicinal plants used in Indian
folklore medicine by tribals of Mahakoshal region of central India, (2009) Indian Journal of
Pharmacology, 41 (3), pp. 129-133.
Sharma, A., Patel, V.K., In vitro screening of the antibacterial activity and identification of bioactive
compounds from plants against selected vibrio spp. Pathogens, (2009) Turkish Journal of
Biology, 33 (2), pp. 137-144.
Sharma, A., Bardhan, D., Patel, R., Optimization of physical parameters for lipase production from
Arthrobacter sp. BGCC#490, (2009) Indian Journal of Biochemistry and Biophysics, 46 (2), pp. 178183.
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261. Sharma, A., Pujari, R., Patel, P., Characterization of thermoalkalophilic xylanase isolated from
Enterobacter isolates, (2009) Indian Journal of Biotechnology, 8 (1), pp. 110-114.
262. Sharma, A., Singh, S.K., Kori, L., Molecular epidemiological characteristics of shigella spp. isolated
from river narmada during 2005-2006, (2009) Journal of Environmental Health, 71 (6), pp. 61-66.
263. Sharma, A., Kori, L., Saxena, M., Class 1 integron mediated antibiotic resistance in Enterobacter
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species, isolated from riverine environment, (2009) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
India Section B - Biological Sciences, 79 (PART 1), pp. 70-75.
Sharma, A., Patel, V.K., Ramteke, P., Identification of vibriocidal compounds from medicinal plants
using
chromatographic
fingerprinting,
(2009) World
Journal
of
Microbiology
and
Biotechnology, 25 (1), pp. 19-25.
Anjana Sharma, Varsha Shukla, Roopa Verma and Jyotsna Shrivastava, Molecular characterization and
antibiogram analysis of bacterial community from river Narmada, 2009, Journal of Applied Biosciences,
17, 930-940.
Anjana Sharma &Meenal Budholia Rehman, Laboratory scale bioremediation of diesel hydrocarbon in
soil by indigenous bacterial consortium, 2009, Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 47, 766-769.
Anjana Sharma, Susheel Kumar Singh & Lokesh Kori, Molecular & Epidemiological characteristics of
Shigella spp isolated from river Narmada during the period 2005-2006, 2009, Journal of Environmental
Health, 71, 61-66.
Anjana Sharma, Virendra Kumar Patel & Padmini Ramteke, Identification of vibriocidal compounds
from medicinal plants using chromatographic fingerprinting, 2009, World Journal of Microbiology &
Biotechnology, 25, 19-25.
Anjana Sharma, Lokesh Kori and Mrityunjay Saxena, Class 1 integron mediated antibiotic resistance in
Enterobacter species, isolated from riverine environment, 2009, Proceedings of the National Academy
of Sciences, India Section B: Biological Sciences, 79, 70-75.
Anjana Sharma, Chandan R. Bora, Rajesh Kumar Chaurasia and Vandana Sahu, Antibiotic
Susceptibility and genetic analysis of Vibrio species isolated from riverine environment. 2009, Current
Research in Bacteriology, 2, 36-49.
Chapters in Books
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Khurana, S.M.P. and Singhal, P.K. 2010. Shaping the Indian higher education system for knowledge
capital. In: Higher Education: Quality and Management (Eds.: S.M. Paul Khurana and P.K. Singhal).
Gyan Publishing House, New Delhi. Pp. 235-254.
Khurana, S.M.P. and Singhal, P.K. 2010. Higher Education: Quality and Management. Gyan Publishing
House, New Delhi. 448p.
Shrivastava, A., Khan, A.A., Jain, S.K. and Singhal, P.K. 2012. Bacterial asparaginases: a potential antineoplastic agent for treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukemia. In: Bacteria and Cancer (Ed.: A.A.
Khan). Springer, Dordrecht, Heidelberg, New York. Pp. 225-244.
Bohre, P., Chaubey, O.P. and Singhal, P.K. 2013. Biomass production and carbon sequestration by
Cassia siamea Lamk in degraded ecosystem. In: Sustainable Bio-diversity Conservation in the
Landscape (Eds. O.P. Chaubey and Ram Prakash). Aavishkar Publishers, Distributors, Jaipur. Pp. 15-34.
Bansal, Y.K. and Bansal, S. (2011). Protoplast culture, fusion & somatic hybridization In: Plant Tissue Culture:
Totipotency to Transgene (Ed. H.P. Sharma), Agrobios (India), Jodhpur pp: 216-240.
Bansal Y.K. and Gokhale M. (2012). Effect of additives on micropropagation of an endangered
medicinal tree Oroxylum indicum L. Vent In: Recent Advances in Plant In vitro culture (Eds. Annarita
Leva and Laura M. R. Rinaldi) Intech Publisher. Pp: 183-196 (ISBN 978-953-51-0787-3).
Bharati A.J., Bansal S. and Bansal Y.K. (2013). Efficient Multiple Shoot Regeneration in Medicinal
Tree Harsinghar (Nyctanthes arbor-tristis). In: Sustainable Biodiversity Conservation in the Landscape
(Eds. O.P. Chaubey and R Prakash). Pp: 171-177.
Anjana Sharma and Animesh Navin Chaturvedi. Virulence associated factors in the members of the
family Vibrionaceae (Ch. 5). In: Microbial Diversity: Opportunities and challenges. Shree Publishers
and Distributers, pp.75-86. 2004.
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9.
Chapter in E- book General Microbiology, published by NISCAIR” Structure of Archael, Eubacterial
and
Eukaryotic
Microbial
Cells”.
National
Digital
Science
Library
http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/600
10. Anjana Sharma, Abhishek Bhattacharya, Chandan R. Bora, Varsha Shukla, and Pankaj Parihar.
Diversity of Enteropathogens in River Narmada and Their Environmental and Health Implications
(Ch.2). T.Satanarayana et al. (eds.) Microorganisms in Environmental Management: Microbes and
Environment. DOI 10.1007/978-94-007-2229-3_2. ISBN: 978-94-007-2228-6 Springer Science+
Business Media B.V. 2012.
11. Simarjot Kaur, Abhishek Bhattacharya, Anjana Sharma and Anil K. Tripathi. Diversity of Microbial
Carbonic Anhydrases: Their Physiological Role and Applications. (Ch. 7), T. Satanarayana et al. (eds.),
Microorganisms in Environmental Management: Microbes and Environment, DOI 10.1007/978-94-0072229-3_7. ISBN: 978-94-007-2228-6, Springer Science+ Business Media B.V. 2012.
12. K-P Michel, S.N. Bagchi, E.K. Pistorius (2010) Advanced Laboratory Course of methods used in
Standard Cyanobacterial Research. In Protocols on Algal and Cyanobacterial Research, edited by S.N.
Bagchi, D. Kleiner, P. Mohanty, Narosa Publishers, N. Delhi and Alpha Science International Ltd,
London, pp. 1-52.
13. S. N. Bagchi, S. K. Ghosh (2010) Rapid and Sensitive Detection of Microcystin Producing Water
Blooms using PCR and MALDI-TOF MS. In Protocols on Algal and Cyanobacterial Research, edited by
S.N. Bagchi, D. Kleiner, P. Mohanty, Narosa Publishers, N. Delhi and Alpha Science International Ltd,
London, pp. 300-308.
14. S. N. Bagchi, P. K. Das and S. K. Ghosh (2011) Screening and evaluation of protease inhibitory peptides
in Microcystis spp.-dominant water blooms. In Microbes in Environmental Management and
Biotechnology, edited by T. Satyanarayana, A. Prakash, B. N. Johri, published by Springer International.
15. Das, A. and Sandhu, S. S. (2008) Fungi as a source of novel bioactive metabolites.In: Microbes
applications & Effects. (Trivedi P. C., ed.) Aavishkar Publishers, Distributor. Jaipur, India. pp 188-208.
16. Nair, M and Sandhu, S. S. (2008) Trypsin inhibitor: Strategy of Plant Defence against Insect and
pathogens. In: Microbes Applications & Effects (Trivedi P. C., ed.) Aavishkar Publishers, Distributor.
Jaipur, India. pp 65-77
17. Pandey, A.K., Singh, S. Qureshi & M.K. Rai (2012).Exploitation of Microbes and microbioles in pest
management:Current Status and Future Prospects, In Microbial Applications (Eds. Rajeev Gaur, S.
Mehrotra & R.R. Pandey), I.K. International Publishing Housing Pvt. Ltd. PP-55-78.
18. Pandey, A.K.& Rekha Shukla (2012). Sclerotium rolfsii A potential mycoherbicide for Parthenium
hysterophorusIn Microbial Diversity: Exploration and Bioprospecting (Eds. S. RamRaddy, M.A. singara
Chanya & S. Girishan),Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur (india) PP. 261-276.
19. Gautam, S.P., Anjana Sharma, S.S. Sandhu &A.K. Pandey (2005). Microbial Diversity: Opourtunities
and Challenges, Shree Publishers and Distributors, New Delhi, PP. 395.
20. Gautam, S.P., Y.K. Bansal &A.K. Pandey (2005). Biological Diversity: Curreat Trends. Shree
Publishers and Distributers, New Delhi, PP. 366.
21. Vyas, D., G.S Paliwal, P.K. Khare & R.K. Gupta (Editors), A.K. Pandey, Jamaluddin & N.Khare (SubEditors)(2011). Microbial Biotechnology & Ecology vol.I, Daya Puboishing PP1-390.
22. Vyas, D., G.S Paliwal, P.K. Khare & R.K. Gupta (Editors), A.K. Pandey, Jamaluddin & N.Khare (SubEditors)(2011). Microbial Biotechnology & Ecology vol.II, Daya Publishing, PP391-864.
Books edited:
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Gautam, S.P., Y.K. Bansal&A.K. Pandey (2005). Biological Diversity: Curreat Trends. Shree Publishers
and Distributers, New Delhi, PP. 366.
Microbial Diversity: Opportunities and Challenges. Ed. S.P. Gautam, A. Sharma, S.S. Sandhu, A.K.
Pandey. Shree Publishers and Distributors, New Delhi.
Bagchi, S. N., Kleiner D., Mohanty P. eds (2010) Protocols on Algal and Cyanobacterial Research, pp.
349, Narosa Publishers, N. Delhi and Alpha Science International Ltd, Oxford (ISBN: 978-81-8487059-6).
Books with ISBN with details of publishers:
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2.
3.
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5.
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Handbook of Instrumentation in Life Sciences by P.S. Bisen, A. Sharma. CRC press Taylor and Francis
Group, 6000 Broken Sound Parkway NW, Suite 300. Boca Raton. www.crcpress.com
Textbook for medical lab technicians on Medical Microbiology. Anjana Sharma, State Science
Education Institute, Madhya Pradesh.
Textbook for medical lab technicians on Clinical Biochemistry. Anjana Sharma, State Science
Education Institute, Madhya Pradesh.
General Microbiology by Jammaluddin, Anjana Sharma and Naveen Malviya. Scientific Publishers,
India.
Protocols on Algal and Cyanobacterial Research, Bagchi, S. N., Kleiner D., Mohanty P. eds (2010) pp.
349, Narosa Publishers, N. Delhi and Alpha Science International Ltd, Oxford (ISBN: 978-81-8487059-6).
Recombinant DNA Technology by Sardul Singh Sandhu, published by I.K. International Publishing
House Pvt. Ltd., ISBN: 948-93-80578-44-6
Monographs
Chapters in Books
Edited Books
Books with ISBN with details of publishers
Number listed in International Database (Scopus)
Citation Index – range/average (Google Search)
SNIP
SJR
Impact Factor – range/average (Scopus)
h-index - range/average (Scopus)
0
22
3
6
>300
50-1500/650
0.0-12.4
0.11-9.6
0.5-4.6/3
3-11/5.3
Number listed in International Database:
Faculty
Prof. K. S. Verma
Prof P. K. Singhal
Prof. Y. K. Bansal
Prof. Anjana Sharma
Prof. S. N. Bagchi
Prof. S. Khan
Prof. K. De
Prof. D. Bagchi
Prof. R.P. Mishra
Prof. S. S. Sandhu
Prof. A. K. Pandey
Prof. S. Singh
Faculty
Prof. K. S.
Verma
Prof P. K.
Singhal
Prof. Y. K.
Bansal
Prof. Anjana
Sharma
Prof. S. N.
Bagchi
Prof. S. Khan
Citated Paper listed in Web of Science
3
-1
10
7
1
-2
1
7
7
-Citation Index
Averag
e
3.66
SNIP
SJR
Impact Factor
(Since 2009 onwards)
Total
Range
Avera
ge
1.986
0.019-1.23
0.331
hindex
(Since
2009)
2.082
1.286
1.71
0.82
7.572
0.388-1.695
0.841
5
Since
2009
32
All
Range
44
1-13
65
179
1-38
75
330
1-217
14.17
6.70
3.78
10.902
0.57-2.786
1.2272
4
306
365
1-61
9.60
11.789
9.577
28.087
0.171-5.828
1.478
11
231
663
1-59
13.53
5.609
3.187
7.106
0.511-2.411
1.32
8
21
22
1-12
5.5
0.0
0.11
0.0
0.0
0.0
3
3
206
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Prof. K. De
Prof. D.
Bagchi
Prof. R.P.
Mishra
Prof. S. S.
Sandhu
Prof. A. K.
Pandey
Prof. S.
Singh
23.
8
92
18
140
1-7
1-59
2.57
14.0
0.0
2.015
0.0
1.129
3.17
1.266
0.67-2.50
0-1.266
1.585
0.411
3
5
18
35
1-15
3.88
0.0
1.67
3.185
0.45-1.33
0.796
2
170
246
1-27
5.91
12.409
7.05
31.55
0.16-5.2
0.75
7
203
294
1-63
5.88
1.513
2.723
8.345
0.115-2.19
0.834
8
62
106
1-40
7.06
3.60
1.23
8.225
0.47-1.532
1.778
5
Details of patents and income generated: Yes
Application No.
1841/MUM/2012
Prof. Y.K. Bansal &
Prof. S. S. Sandhu
24
Date
2012
Topic
Flavonoid (baicalein) production in cell cultures of Oroxylum
indicum (L.) Vent.
Areas of consultancy and income generated:
Consultancy by faculty members individually and by the department as a unit in last four years (paid or
honorary)
Partner organizations:
Department of Biological Science and Central govt agencies DBT, UGC, MPCST, MPBC and MOEF in
the form of research projects.
Prof. S. S. Sandhu: NGO- Sri Guru Har Gobind Society for Rural and Biotechnology Management.
Nature of consultancy: Technical report, common curricular development, process and product
designing, statistical analysis, demographic analysis, budgetary assistance, technical material analysis,
software and website development, editing and refereeing for journals, and documentation.
Prof. Anjana Sharma: Working honorary as a consultant and regularly analyzing water samples
received from various Mineral water plants at Jabalpur.
Analyzing food samples for microbial contaminants.
Identification of bacteria for various Ph.D. Students from Raipur University, Sagar University, Amravati
University and from local colleges
Prof. S. N. Bagchi: Prototype microcystin kits- CYANAID
Period of consultancy, any published and/or online document generated: Four Years
25
Faculty selected nationally/internationally to visit other laboratories / Institutions/
industries in India and abroad
Faculty
Place visited
Capacity
Period
Assistance received
Prof. S. S.
Sandhu
M.M.
Ambala
University,
Director General
1year 3months
Full salary granted by the
institutions.
People’s
Bhopal
Group,
Director, CSRD
2years
months
7
Full salary granted by the
institutions.
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Prof. S. Singh
26.
Hash biotech labs Pvt.
Ltd. Chandigarh.
Chief Technology
officer/ Director
Technology(R&D)
2008-2011
Faculty serving in Nationa Committees/Editorial Boards/Reviewing
National committees
Faculty
Committees Name
Prof. K. S. Verma Indian Aerobiological Society
Prof. Anjana
Chairperson, Institutional Ethics Committee, Netaji Subash Chandra Bose Medical college,
Sharma
Jabalpur. September 2013.
DBT member, Institutional Ethics Committee, Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwavidhayalaya,
Jabalpur. 2013.
Academic Council Member, Madhya Pradesh Private Universities Regulatory Commission,
Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. 2013.
Co-ordinator & Member: Cleaner Technology Advisory committee (CTAC), CPCB, New
Delhi 2010.
Member Assessment Committee for MOEF Project under Programme of NGRBA, New
Delhi 2011.
Prof. S. S. Sandhu Executive Council Member, G.J. University, Hisar, Governor Nominee Selection
Committee, Sirsa University, Expert Member National Board of Accrediation (NBA), New
Delhi. Subject Expert-member, Institutional Ethics Committee, Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi
Vishwavidhayalaya, Jabalpur, 2013.
Editorial Boards
Prof. K. S. Verma
Prof. Anjana
Associate Editor
Sharma
Indian Journal of Pharmacology.
Research Journal of Environmental Sciences
Current Research in Bacteriology
Asian Journal of Biotechnology
Prof. S. S. Sandhu Chief Editor, CTCBR (2011-12), M.M. University., Guest Editor, Bentham Science, USA
(2012-13) Guest Editor, Sage-Hindawi, USA(2011-12).
Referees
Prof.
P.
K.
Journal of vegetos
Singhal
Prof.Y. Kbansal
Journal of Tropical Biodiversity
Indian Journal Experimental Biology
Physiology & Molecular Biology of Plants
Natural Products Radiance
Plant Growth Regulation
Prof.
Anjana
Water Environment Research, USA
Sharma
Journal of Environmental Biology, Lucknow.
Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, NISCAIR, New Delhi.
Pharmaceutical Biology
Indian Journal of Environmental Microbiology
Molecular Catalysis B Enzymatic
Enzyme and Microbial Technology
Natural Product Radiance, NISCAIR, New Delhi
Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences
Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Phytotherapy
Prof. S. N. Bagchi
Indian Journal of Experimental Biology
Indian Journal of Microbiology
Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants
AlgoStud
Ecotixicology and Environmental Safety
Hydrobiologia
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Prof. S. Khan
Prof S. S. Sandhu
27.
African Journal of Biochemistry Research
Indian Journal of Applied & Pure Biology
CTCBR, MMUniversity, Ambala,
Bantham Science Publisher, USA,
Sage-Hindawi USA,
Biocontrol Science and Technology, UK.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher/orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs): Nil
Academic Staff Development Programmes
Name of faculty
Refresher courses
Dr.Harish Kewat
Period
08.06.09-27.06.09
Other criteria of faculty recharging strategies:
Activity
Invitation as resource persons in
Workshops / Seminars /
Conferences organized by external
professional agencies?
Participation in external
Workshops / Seminars /
Conferences recognized by national
/ international professional bodies?
Presentation of papers in
Workshops / Seminars /
Conferences conducted or
recognized by professional
agencies?
Have teaching experience in other
universities / national institutions
and other institutions?
Have industrial engagement?
Have international experience in
teaching?
Have other professional experience
Name of faculty
Period
Prof. K. S. Verma, Prof P. K. Singhal, Prof. 2009-2013
Y. K. Bansal, Prof. Anjana Sharma, Prof. S.
N. Bagchi, Prof. S. Khan, Prof. K. De, Prof.
D. Bagchi, Prof. R. P. Mishra, Prof. S. S.
Sandhu, Prof. S. Singh
Prof. K. S. Verma, Prof P. K. Singhal, Prof. 2009-2013
Y. K. Bansal, Prof. Anjana Sharma, Prof. S.
N. Bagchi, Prof. S. Khan, Prof. K. De, Prof.
D. Bagchi, Prof. R. P. Mishra, Prof. S. S.
Sandhu, Prof. S. Singh
Prof. K. S. Verma, Prof P. K. Singhal, Prof. 2009-2013
Y. K. Bansal, Prof. Anjana Sharma, Prof. S.
N. Bagchi, Prof. S. Khan, Prof. K. De, Prof.
D. Bagchi, Prof. R. P. Mishra, Prof. S. S.
Sandhu, Prof. S. Singh
Prof. S.S. Sandhu
People’s
group, Bhopal
and M.M.
University,
Ambala
Prof. S.Singh
Hash Biotech,
Chandigarh
(Biofuel
Production)
Prof. S.S. Sandhu
Establish
people’s
pharmaceutical
company.
No
Prof. S.S. Sandhu
Chief
coordinator
Peoples
University
Project.
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29
Student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies:

percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter-departmental Projects:
17%

percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with other universities/Industry/ institute:
14%
Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level:
Faculty member
Doctoral student
Students
30.
Nature of Awards/ national/
international recognitions
Prof. S. S. Sandhu
Bharat Excellence Awardee
Bestowing
Organization
FFI, NEW DELHI
Month and year
of recognition
2011
Prof. Anjana Sharma
Best Science Research Award under
Teacher Category
MP Council of Science
& Technology, Bhopal
2012
Abhishek Bhattacharya
MPCST
2010
Arunima Sharma
MPCST
2011
Padmini Ramteke
IBS
2012
Aparajita Jha
Varsha Shukla
IBS
MPCST
2012
2012
Sonali Banerjee,
Bhagyashree Gupta
IIT Kharagpur and
DenmarkUniversity
2013
Shradha Trivedi
MPCST
2013
Miss Kiran Bala, II Prize, National
Seminar on Frontier in modern
biology: From Discovery to
applications 2013
St. Aloysius College,
Jabalpur
2013
Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national
international) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
Seminars/
Conferences/Workshps
/sensitizingProgrammes
National Workshop on
Isolation, Identification and
application of Fungi
Period
29/07/200904/08/2009
Funding
source
(National/
International)
National
Name of one/two eminent person
invited
Dr. S. M. Paul Khurana &
Dr. N. P. Shukla
Number of organizing academic development programmes for faculty aimed at
enriching the teaching/learning process in last four years (this includes participation in
Refresher/Orientation programmes by ASC)
Programmes on curriculum development,
teaching-learning methods, examination
reforms, content / knowledge
management, etc
Refresher Course
Period
Fundingsource
Name of a few eminent person
invited
2009
Department of
Biological Science,
RD, University,
Jabalpur
Prof. P. K. Seth
CEO, Biotech Park Luck
now, Dr. T. P. trivedi
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DG (ARIS),
Prof. Santosh Kumar
Ex. VC, Sagar
Special Lecture
31.
2010
Department of
Biological Science,
RD, University,
Jabalpur
Dr. Manju Sharma DBT
Prof. K. Upadhyay JNU
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments:
The department
place high concern
for
anti-plagiarism in research papers and
thesis/dissertation. The department follows a voluntary exercise of open presentation of results before
submission of paper for publication or thesis supplication.
32.
Programme-wise demand ratio:
Applicatio
ns
Received
75
35
80
Name of the
Programme
PG
M.Phil.
Ph.D.
Selected
(Current year)
Male
Female
12
28
13
12
16
41
Demand ratio
Male
1
1
1
Female
2
1
2.5
Number of students admitted in university departments in the last four academic years
Categories
SC
ST
OBC
General
Total
33.
Year 2(2011)
Male
Female
05
13
03
10
09
24
08
47
25
94
Year 3(2012)
Male
Female
04
09
03
05
04
16
21
23
32
43
Year 4(2013)
Male
Female
03
06
04
07
06
09
12
18
25
40
Diversity of students:
Name of
the
Programme
PG
M. Phil.
Ph.D.
34.
Year 1 (2010)
Male
Female
05
05
05
10
04
10
14
35
28
60
% ofstudents from
the same university
Male
30
20
20
Female
45
20
55
% of students from
other universities
within theState
Male
Female
8
12
45
5
11
4
% of students From
universities outside
the State
Male
Female
2
3
3
2
7
3
% of students From
other countries
Male
0
0
0
Female
0
0
0
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defence Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise.
Exam
inatio
n
Applied (no.) (Female in
parentheses)
ST
SC
OBC Gen
Qualified (no.) (Female in
parentheses)
ST
SC
OBC Gen
Percentage
(Female in parentheses)
ST
SC
OBC Gen
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UGCCSIR
NET
GATE
35.
5(5)
5(5)
5(10) 10(20)
2(2)
2(2)
2(8)
5(10)
1(0)
-
-
-
20%
(0)
-
-
-
-
1
-
1
-
50%
(0)
-
20%
(0)
Student progression:
Student Progression
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Employed
Campus selection (list the employers and the number of
companieswho visited the campus during the last four
years)
Other than campus recruitment
36.
38.
% against enrolled
20
20
5
-
20
30
Diversity of staff:
% of faculty from
the
Same university
61.5 (8)
37.
Number
10
10
2
-
% of faculty from other
universities
within the State
7.7 (1)
% of faculty from
Universities outside the State
% of faculty from other
countries
30.7 (4)
-
Number of faculty who were awarded M. Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period: None
How many faculty members were appointed to teach new programmes during the last four
years?
 Guest faculty: 11
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
Library
Department maintains a separate library that has over 2000 titles of postgraduate/reference
books, and back volumes of journals. On-line access to e-journals and books is available in
every research laboratory/faculty chamber through INFLIBNET service of the UGC.
Internet facilities for staff and students

Total number of class rooms
13
Class rooms with ICT facility
00
Students’ laboratories (How you accommodate them in 1 lab?)
01
(The students perform the practicals in the classroom which is equipped with the basic facilities
and for specialized experiment they use the Central instrumentation facility of the department.)
Research laboratories
11
No. of systems with individual configurations
Computer-student ratio
Dedicated computing facilities
LAN facility
25
1:4


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Proprietary software
Number of nodes/ computers with internet facility
1
45
Online teaching and learning resources and other knowledge and information
database/packages:
All assistance including internet facility is provided to students, researchers and faculty. The
Centre has implemented Campus Networking by which all teaching and administration departments are
connected. On this intranet internet is available via VSAT provided by UGC. Students,
teachers and research scholars from various departments are enjoying this facility.A number of EJournals of various disciplines being provided by the UGC are available onthe net.
The Centre is also nodal centre for EduSat under which students participate in Interactive
Program of Vigyan Prasar Delhi via Teleconference.
39.
List of post-doctoral, doctoral students and Research Associates:
Post-doctoral Students:
Faculty (supervisor)
Prof. K. S. Verma
Dr. Pallavi Datta, DST (Women Scientist Scheme)
Total
7
Prof. P. K. Singhal
1
Prof. Y. K. Bansal
6
Prof. Anjana Sharma
6
Prof. K. De
1
Prof. S. N. Bagchi
4
Prof. D. Bagchi
3
Prof. A. K. Pandey
2
Prof. S. S. Sandhu
4
Prof. R. P. Mishra
7
Doctoral Students
Lekharam Patel
Pradeep Porte
Mitali Dey
Prem Sahu
Neeti Sonway
Ruchi Beohar
Mayank Verma
Roopali Jain
Aparajita Jha
Manju Verma
Anjney Sharma
Asha Jyoti Bharati
Sapana Baghel
Anoop Kushwaha
Arunima Sharma
Shraddha Trivedi
Islam Hussain
Shubhi Mishra
Juhi Sharma
Ankita Shrivastava
Swami Narsingh Chandradeo
Sonali Banarji
Prashant Chaturvedi
Neelam Dubey
Trichi Singh
Bhagyshree Gupta
Priya Saraf
Akansha sao
Nikita Banrji
Sneha Pandey
Ravindra Prasad Aharwal
Suneel Kumar
Harshita Shukla
Varsha Kanjoria
Danish Siddiqui
Ashutosh Narayan Dwivedi
Shushmita Mishra
Anamika Dubey
Abhay Kumar Singh
Javed Iqbal
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40.
5
Sohni Jain
Renu Pathak
Sunil Choudary
Risibha Dixit
Jyoti Sahu
Sonil Marskole
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University: 05
Rajeev Gandhi National Fellowship- 5
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s)? If so, highlight the methodology:
Searching other syllabi for adoption, designing of teaching modules and expertise development in
faculty using NET accessed PowerPoint presentations, Reference books etc., laid down procedure
Faculty, AC, EC and Coordination Committee.
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from?
A. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the department
utilize the feedback?
Yes, the department constantly reviews and inspects the feedback from the students at regular
intervals.
B. Students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does the department utilize
the feedback?
Yes, the department obtains feedback from the students on staff & curriculum through regular
discussions and also through Board of studies constituted in different subjects and faculty.
C. Alumni and employers on the programmes offered and how does the department utilize the
feedback?
The department is in constant touch with alumni working as eminent personalities in industries and
research organizations. Various programs like Conferences, Seminars, Symposia and guest lecture
series are held with fruitful exchange of ideas which are implemented from time to time.
43.
List the distinguished alumni of the department:
a.
b.
c.
d.
44.
Prof. P. S. Bisen
Prof. S. P. Gautam
Dr. N. P. Shukla
Prof. A. K. Pandey
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years)
The department organizes special lectures on topics of significance/workshops on research
methodologies and instrumentation; projection on national/international support; and research activities
at different centres through lectures by experts.
Course-wise no. of
students
participated
230
45.
Special lectures/
workshops / seminar
No. of external experts
involved
Total working
hours utilized
Pre Ph.D. course work
programme
20
30
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes:
Audiovisual presentation of course material by faculty members and guest faculty of eminence.
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Protocol-based training and dissertation with the help of faculty members and scholars for direct use by
the M. Sc. / M. Phil. students.
Training in Database search, Research Paper writing, citation, presentation of illustration etc.
Teaching/ training
methods
Classroom teaching
46.
Course-wise no. of students
M.Sc. Biotechnology- 15
M.Sc. Microbiology- 16
M.Sc. Biochemistry- 8
M.Sc. Botany- 11
M. Phil.- 25
Devices used
Computers, Laptops,
Net books & LCD
Projectors
% of total workload as
per time table
50%
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?
The faculty members of the department of Biological Sciences periodically conduct oral and written
tests, Class seminars, Assignments and Group Discussions. The teachers evaluate and encourage them to
excel.
47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities: Yes
Extension programmes organized by NSS, NCC, YRC and other national and international programmes
Number of extracurricular/co-curricular activities organized in collaboration with other agencies/NGOs
(such as Rotary/Lion’s etc.) on Campus
Introduction of sensitizing programmes on Institutional Social Responsibilities, social surveys, research
or extension work to ensure social justice and empower the underprivileged and the most vulnerable
sections off society, special recognition received from such programmes etc.
The Department regularly holds extra classes for academically weak students. Counseling is also done
by the faculty members for NET/GATE Exams as per the demand of the students.
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department:
MOUs with institution are established to acquire hands-on training in specialized areas for M. Sc.
student and Ph. D. Scholars.
Collaboration with foreign and Indian laboratories for Research Scholar’s interaction is in practice.
Purchase of new books and manuals for students is a continuous process.
Time to time access to Scopus, PubMed, Science Direct search engine for students.
The department encourages students to publish their works in journals of high impact factors.
The faculty members appraise the students to avail fellowships for higher research work provided by
USA, Germany, England and Australia etc.
Participation of the Department in the extension activities through refresher courses and workshops for
college teachers and research scholars.
Observation of other activities like National Science day, Environment Day etc
49.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If
yes, give details: Nil
50.
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied:
The Department is actively engaged in research. We have major projects from various funding
agencies and the faculty members are visiting foreign Universities to update themselves. This results in
imparting new innovations, recent discoveries in the basic and applied fields.
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51.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department:
Strength





Weakness





Opportunities





Challenges





52.
Singular distinction of offering M.Sc., M. Phil. and Ph.D. in Biochemistry,
Biotechnology, Botany, Zoology, Bioscience, Microbiology.
Faculty is specialized, trained and individually equipped with modern facilities in
different fields of Biological Science.
We credit ourselves in availing the best international fellowships.
Department is striving to emerge as a Centre of Excellence in teaching and
research in the state.
Our strength lies in encouraging the students to perennially inculcate the habit of
research and exploration, to develop a scientific temperament and to remain
updated with the new innovations happening in the field of bioscience.
A few senior professors of the Department are on lien and some are holding
additional administrative positions in the University which is adversely affecting
the Department.
Improvement required in communication skills, interpersonal skills and e-reading
habits of Students.
Decreasing number of students pursuing Bioscience.
Present University and State Govt. rules need to be in line with International
practices.
Shrinking opportunities in the area of biological sciences.
International and National collaborations will improve research standards and
opportunities to students.
Research skills and aptitude of faculty and students will further improve the
quality of teaching and research.
International fellowships of faculties will enhance the communication and
research skills further.
Establishing an Educational Assessment and Guidance Clinic.
Spread the awareness amongst the student community, informing them about the
wide scope of Bioscience and making them realize that it is a field with
innumerable opportunities for an excellent career.
Biology as subject is attracting fewer students and the Department is working
hard in this direction to meet the challenge.
There are many students coming from rural areas and are not aware of latest
technological facilities available which can enhance their mode of studies and
research in a substantial manner. It’s a challenge for the department to make
efforts in this direction so that such students could be made aware of utilization of
technology and computers to meet their educational requirements.
Motivation for science among students.
To transform the method of studies from question-answer/book based to more
innovative, research and experimentation oriented methods to make subject
learning an enjoying and dynamic experience.
Constantly monitor and regulate the practices, methodology of teaching, research
skills as well as academic and non-academic curriculum to stay in consonance
with national and international standards.
Future plans of the Department:


To create a networking for Germplasm collection of fungi, bacteria and algae.
The Department aims to specialize in Bio-informatics.
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






Extending the use of Central Instrumentation facilities (on payment basis).
Establishment a Bio-Nanotechnology Laboratory.
To establish a centre for potential for excellence in teaching and research in Biological Science.
The department intends to organize Seminars, Conferences and Workshops at State and National
Levels.
To imbibe curiosity and thrust of knowledge among students.
Ensure Constant academic excellence.
To mould their ideas in to refined scientific approach so as to fulfill the social needs of the nation.
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Evaluative Report of Department of P. G. Studies and Research in
Chemistry and Pharmacy
1.
Name of the Department: Department of P.G. Studies and Research in Chemistry
and Pharmacy
2.
Year of establishment: 1967 (two storeyed building on 1,300 sq. m. area). The department was
conceptually established in 1962 with the formal appointment of a professor, and started in the premises
of Government Science College, Jabalpur, confining only to research activities.
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Science
4.
Names of programmes offered:
5.
Course/programme
Degree awarded
Subject combinations
Under graduation
B.Pharm.
Pharmacy
Post graduation
M.Sc.
Chemistry
Research
M.Phil
Chemistry
Ph.D. and D.Sc.
Chemistry
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved:
M.Sc. course work includes mathematics for biology students and biology for mathematics
students. Compulsory paper on basic theory and applications of computers. Involvement of teaching
faculty of corresponding departments. Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharma.) at UG level started from July
2011.
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.:
None.
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons: None.
8.
Examination System: Semester (all degrees).
9.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:

Refresher Course in Chemistry for college and university teachers in collaboration with
Academic staff College of this University.

Instrumentation based Certificate Programme in collaboration with local colleges.

Pre-Ph.D. Course work in the Department of Biological Science of this University.
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
10.
Specialized lectures in courses offered by local colleges of this University.
Number of teaching posts (sanctioned, filled and actual):
Sanctioned
Filled
(Chemistry)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Professor
2
-
-
1
-
Associate Professors
6
-
-
-
-
Asst. Professors
5
1
-
-
-
Guest Faculty Chemistry
-
1
6
-
-
2
4
Guest Faculty Pharmacy
11.
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
Faculty profile:
Name
Qualifications
Designation
Specialization
Experience No. of Ph.D./ M.Phil.
(years)
students guided in
36
Ph.D., 04; and
last 4 years
Dr. R.C. Maurya
Ph.D., D.Sc.,
Professor/Head
CChem, FRSC
12.
Inorganic
Chemistry
M.Phil., 25
List of senior Visiting Fellows, Adjunct Faculty, Emeritus Professors:
(a) Professor Krishna K. Verma, D.Sc., CChem, FRSC, Emeritus Fellow (UGC)
Former faculty of this department (Professor/Head); Fulbright Fellow (Virginia Tech, USA), Marie
Curie Fellow (Hull, UK), Visiting Faculty (Loughborough, UK; Amsterdam, The Netherlands).
Guided 1 D.Sc., 16 Ph.D., and 7 M.Phil. degrees; published 130 research papers in international
journals; h-index 16 (Scopus). Specialization, organic/analytical chemistry. Member of editorial
board of Analytical Methods in Chemistry. Edited a special issue of Journal of Pharmaceutical and
Biomedical Analysis, Volume 22 (2000), Elsevier, Amsterdam.
(b) Professor K.K. Mishra, Ph.D., Visiting Faculty
Former faculty of this department (Professor/Head); INSA Fellow (Madras University, Chennai).
Guided 15 Ph.D. degrees; published 42 research papers in international journals. Specialization,
physical chemistry.
13.
Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise information:
Chemistry, 80%; Pharmacy, 100%.
14.
Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio:
Programme
Total No. of students
Total No. of faculty
Ratio of teachers to
% of workload
engaged
students
taken by Guest
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Faculty
15.
M.Sc.
65 (two Semesters)
8
1:8
80%
M.Phil.
10 (I Semester)
3
1:3
66%
M.Phil.
10 (II Semester)
1
1:10
0%
Pre-Ph.D
60 (2012-13)
3
1:20
66%
Pre-Ph.D
17 (2013-14)
3
1:6
66%
B. Pharma.
40
6
1:6
100%
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual:
Position
16.
Positions sanctioned
Positions filled (Male/Female)
Technical staff
11
08/00
Administrative staff
05
03/01
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies:
Coordination chemistry, analytical chemistry, and molecular dynamics.
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding
agencies and c) Total grants received:
On-going Projects:
1
Name of Investigator
Title of the Project
Prof. R.C. Maurya
Design of Targeting Ligands in
Sponsoring
Authority
Outlay
Rs.
Duration
(Lakhs)
UGC
13.5
2012-15
MP-CST
10.50
2012-14
UGC
6.00
2013-15
Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry: SugarAppended Molecules Relevant to
Clinical Use, and their metal
Complexes as Potential Antihyperglycemic Agents
2
Prof. R.C. Maurya
Studies on Some New Carbohydrate
Based Ligating Molecules Relevant to
Interdicting Dementia in AD Brains,
and their Fe(III), Cu(II) and Zn(II)
Complexes as Superoxide Dismutase
(SOD) Mimics for Reducing Oxidative
Stress
3
Prof. K.K. Verma
Surface engineered magnetic
nanoparticles for pre-concentration of
emerging organic pollutants in trace
analysis and as adsorbents in
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wastewater treatment
4
Dr. Archana Jain
Development of Analytical
UGC
22.1
2012-16
Methodologies for emerging pollutants:
Solid- and Liquid-Phase
Microextraction Techniques for Gas
Chromatography-Mass spectrometry
and High Performance Liquid
Chromatography-Diode Array
Detection
Total Outlay, Rs. (Lakhs)
52.10
Projects completed:
Name of Investigator
1
Dr. Archana Jain
Title of the Project
Studies on Single Drop Micro-
Sponsoring
Authority
Outlay
Rs.
Duration
(Lakhs)
DST
15.0
2005-08
DST
12.0
2005-08
UGC
10.9
2009-12
DST
7.0
2001-04
UGC
8.5
2000-03
CSIR
15.0
2008-11
DRDO
25.0
2007-10
extraction for Trace Analysis by Gas
Chromatography–Mass Spectrometry
2
Prof. K.K. Mishra
3
Prof. K.K. Mishra
Intramolecular Effects in Model
Electron-Transfer Reactions
Synergistic effects in metal ion
catalyzed oxidation of sulphurcontaining compounds
4
Prof. R.C. Maurya
Biochemically Relevant Complexes of
Vanadium. Synthesis, characterization,
electro-chemical, and reactivity studies
of vanadium complexes
5
Prof. R.C. Maurya
Deoxygenation and electrochemical
reactivities of oxovanadium(IV)
complexes as potential insulin mimics
and relevance to fuel industry
6
Prof. R.C. Maurya
Design of Targeting Ligands in
Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry:
Synthesis, Characterization and 3DMolecular Modeling of Some Metal
Chelates Involving Aminosugar
Relevant to Clinical Ecology and
Potential Anti-hyperglycemic Agents
7
Prof. K.K. Verma
Screening of chemical agents and their
degradation products in water and air:
optimization and validation of nonequilibrium liquid phase
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microextractions for trace analysis by
HPLC and GC
8
Prof. K.K. Verma
Analytical Chemistry in a Microdrop:
UGC
10.00
2009-11
Development and Validation of
Methods of Sample Preparation for
Fibre Optic-linear Array Detection
Spectrophotometry, and High
Performance Liquid
Chromatography-Diode Array
Detection
Total Outlay, Rs. (Lakhs)
18.
103.4
Inter-institutional collaborative projects and associated grants received:
b)
National collaboration:
Name of Investigator
1
Sponsoring
Title of the Project
Authority
Prof. K.K. Verma, and
Miniaturized and In-field Monitoring
Prof. V.K. Gupta (R.S.
Systems for Screening Pesticides and
University, Raipur)
Industrial Pollutants in
UGC
Outlay
Rs.
Duration
(Lakhs)
3.00
2002-03
Environmental Aquatic Samples
Total Outlay, Rs. (lakh)
c)
3.00
International collaboration:
1.
Name of Investigator
Title of the Project
Prof. K.K. Verma, and
On-line Sample Handling–Gas
Prof. U.A.Th.
Chromatography for the Analysis of
Brinkman (Free
Environmental Samples
Sponsoring
Outlay
Authority
EURO
European
200,000
Duration
1995-2000
Commission
University, Amsterdam)
Total Outlay, EURO
200,000
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The Chromatography Research Laboratory (GC-FID and GC-MS)
19.
Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC-SAP/CAS, DPE; DBT, ICSSR,
AICTE, etc.; total grants received:
The department received DST-FIST grant of Rs. 17 lakh. Shimadzu 8400S FT-Infrared
Spectrophotometer was procured under this grant, and general facilities in teaching laboratories were up
graded.
20.
Research facility/centre:
• State recognition: M.P. Council of Science and Technology awarded a number of research
projects, and also organized Young Scientists Meet in the department.
• National recognition: The national recognition of the department consisted of award of INSA
Fellowship (Prof. K.K. Mishra) and Emeritus Fellowship (Prof. K.K. Verma). The department had
distinction of organizing National Conference of the Convention of Chemists (Indian Council of
Chemists). A number of research projects completed/are running with financial support from UGC, DST,
CSIR and DRDO. DST awarded support by its FIST programme. Support was made available by national
agencies to faculty members in attending international conferences (Prof. R.C. Maurya and late Prof. A.
Srivastava).
• International recognition: The department had been recognized internationally by the award of two
Fulbright Fellowships (Prof. K.K. Verma and late Prof. A. Srivastava), three Marie Curie Fellowships
(Prof. K.K. Verma, Dr. A. Jain and Dr. S.K. Sanghi), one JSPS Fellowship (late Dr. U.D.N. Bajpai), and
one UNESCO Fellowship (late Dr. U.D.N. Bajpai). One major research project was awarded by the
European Commission that involved collaborative research on the development of trace analysis of
pesticides by sample-preparation and chromatography-mass spectrometry (Prof. K.K. Verma and Prof.
U.A.Th. Brinkman, Free University, Amsterdam). The later activity resulted into financial support to the
development of chromatography laboratory equipped with GC-MS, GC-FID, HPLC and accessories for
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sample preparation by SPE and SPME methods. The department had distinction of organizing three
Workshops in collaboration with faculty members of the Free University, and University of Amsterdam;
one at Jabalpur and two at Bhopal, under the financial support of the European Commission.
21.
Special research laboratories sponsored by/created by industry or corporate bodies:
The research laboratories of the department received generous support by industries in the form
of gratis supply of certain accessories to instruments, and fine chemicals.
22.
Publications:
Publications in peer reviewed journals (national/international):
1.
Jain, A., Soni, S., Verma, K.K., determination of parabens in cosmetics by liquid-phase microextractions
and high-performance liquid chromatography-diode array detection, (2014) Journal of Liquid
Chromatography & Related Technologies, in press.
2.
Jain, A., Reddy-Noone, K., Pillai, A.K.K.V., Verma, K.K., Conversion to isothiocyanates via
dithiocarbamates for the determination of aromatic primary amines by headspace-solid phase
microextraction and gas chromatography, (2013) Analytica Chimica Acta, 801, pp. 48-58.
3.
Mishra, K.K., Gupta, R., Shukla, M., Chaturvedi, R., Pal, M., Sharma, R., Cu(II)-catalysed oxidation of
bioactive substrates by methylene blue in acidic medium assisted by Zn(II): Possible role of
nanoparticles (2013) Indian Journal of Chemistry - Section A Inorganic, Physical, Theoretical and
Analytical Chemistry, 52 (6), pp. 724-731.
4.
Mishra, K.K., Dwivedi, U. Synergetic influence of mercaptoacetic acid on the reaction of thiourea with
methylene blue in acidic medium (2012) Indian Journal of Chemistry - Section A Inorganic, Physical,
Theoretical and Analytical Chemistry, 51 (3), pp. 458-463.
5.
Maurya, R.C., Chourasia, J., Rajak, D., Malik, B.A., Mir, J.M., Jain, N., Batalia, S. Oxovanadium(IV)
complexes of bioinorganic and medicinal relevance: Synthesis, characterization and 3D molecular
modeling of some oxovanadium(IV) complexes involving O, N-donor environment of salicylaldehydebased sulfa drug Schiff bases (2012) Arabian Journal of Chemistry, in press.
6.
Shrivastava, M., Sharma, M., Koty, A., Penicillamine: Determination, spectral and antibacterial studies
as its Ru (III) complex (2012) Oriental Journal of Chemistry, 28 (4), pp. 1711-1724.
7.
Jain, A., Verma, K.K., Recent advances in applications of single-drop microextraction: A review,
(2011) Analytica Chimica Acta, 706 (1), pp. 37-65.
8.
Khan, N.A., Two antifungal active triterpenoid saponins from the seeds of Lathyrus plants,
(2011) Natural Product Research, 25 (18), pp. 1687-1694.
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9.
Maurya,
R.C.,
Bohre,
P.,
Oxoperoxomolybdenum(VI)
Sahu,
S.,
complexes
Martin,
of
M.H.,
catalytic
and
Sharma,
A.K.,
biomedical
Vishwakarma,
relevance:
P.,
Synthesis,
characterization, antibacterial activity and 3D-molecular modeling of some oxoperoxomolybdenum(VI)
chelates in mixed (O,O) coordination environment involving maltol and β-diketoenolates,
(2011) Arabian Journal of Chemistry, in press.
10. Sharma, N., Jain, A., Verma, K.K., Headspace solid-phase microextraction and on-fibre derivatization of
primary aromatic amines for their determination by pyrolysis to aryl isothiocyanates and gas
chromatography-mass spectrometry, (2011) Analytical Methods, 3 (4), pp. 970-976.
11. Maurya, R.C., Bohre, P., Sahu, S., Martin, M.H., Sharma, A.K., Manganese(II) chelates of bioinorganic
and medicinal relevance: Synthesis, characterization, antibacterial activity and 3D-molecular modeling
of some penta-coordinated manganese(II) chelates in O,N-donor coordination matrix of β-diketoenolates
and picolinate, (2011) Arabian Journal of Chemistry, in press.
12. Maurya, R.C., Shukla, B., Chourasia, J., Roy, S., Bohre, P., Sahu, S., Martin, M.H., Coordination
chemistry of pyrazolone based Schiff bases relevant to uranyl sequestering agents: Synthesis,
characterization and 3D molecular modeling of some octa-coordinate mono- and binucleardioxouranium(VI) complexes, (2011) Arabian Journal of Chemistry, in press.
13. Maurya, R.C., Chourasia, J., Martin, M.H., Roy,
S., Sharma, A.K., Vishwakarma, P.,
Dioxomolybdenum(VI) chelates of bioinorganic, catalytic, and medicinal relevance: Studies on some
cis-dioxomolybdenum(VI) complexes involving O, N-donor 4-oximino-2-pyrazoline-5-one derivatives,
(2011) Arabian Journal of Chemistry, in press.
14. Maurya, R.C., Jhamb, S., Roy, S., Chourasia, J., Sharma, A.K., Vishwakarma, P., Synthesis,
characterization, and 3D-molecular modeling and analysis of some copper(II) chelates in O,N-donor
coordination pattern involving Schiff bases derived from 4-butyryl-3-methyl-1-phenyl-2-pyrazolin-5one and some sulfa drugs (2011) Arabian Journal of Chemistry, in press.
15. Maurya, R.C., Martin, M.H., Chourasia, J., Sharma, A. K., Molybdenum(VI) chelates of biomedical and
catalytic relevance: studies on some new cis-dioxo-molybdenum(VI) chelates involving O, N-donor ovanillin-sulfa drug schiff base environment, (2011) Int. J. Curr. Chem., 2, 393-410.
16. Maurya, R.C., Sutradhar, D., Martin, M.H., Roy, S., Chourasia, J., Sharma, A.K., Vishwakarma, P.,
Oxovanadium(IV) complexes of medicinal relevance: Synthesis, characterization, and 3D-molecular
modeling and analysis of some oxovanadium(IV) complexes in O,N-donor coordination matrix of sulfa
drug Schiff bases derived from a 2-pyrazolin-5-one derivative, (2011) Arabian Journal of Chemistry, in
press.
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17. Gupta, M., Pillai, A.K.K.V., Singh, A., Jain, A., Verma, K.K., Salt-assisted liquid-liquid microextraction
for the determination of iodine in table salt by high-performance liquid chromatography-diode array
detection, (2011) Food Chemistry, 124 (4), pp. 1741-1746.
HPLC-DAD (left panel) and single-drop liquid-liquid microextraction being performed (right panel)
18. Sharma, N., Jain, A., Singh, V.K., Verma, K.K., Solid-phase extraction combined with headspace
single-drop microextraction of chlorophenols as their methyl ethers and analysis by high-performance
liquid chromatography-diode array detection, (2011) Talanta, 83 (3), pp. 994-999.
19. Gupta, M., Jain, A., Verma, K.K., Determination of amoxapine and nortriptyline in blood plasma and
serum by salt-assisted liquid-liquid microextraction and high-performance liquid chromatography,
(2010) Journal of Separation Science, 33 (23-24), pp. 3774-3780.
20. Jain, A., Pillai, A.K.K.V., Sharma, N., Verma, K.K., Headspace single-drop microextraction and
cuvetteless microspectrophotometry for the selective determination of free and total cyanide involving
reaction with ninhydrin, (2010) Talanta, 82 (2), pp. 758-765.
21. Maurya, R.C., Martin, M.H., Jhamb, S., Chourasia, J., Roy, S., Sharma, A.K., oxovanadium(IV)
complexes of bioinorganic and medicinal (anticancer and antidiabetic) relevance: synthesis, magnetic,
spectral and thermal studies, and 3D-molecular modeling analysis of some new mononuclear and
binuclear oxovanadium(IV) complexes involving (N,N)-donor environment of benzimidazole
derivatives and succinimide, (2010) Int. J. Curr. Chem., 1, pp. 305-328.
22. Pillai, A.K.K.V., Jain, A., Verma, K.K., Headspace single-drop microextraction and fibre optics-based
cuvetteless micro-spectrophotometry for the determination of chloride involving oxidation with
permanganate, (2010) Talanta, 80 (5), pp. 1816-1822.
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23. Mishra, K.K., Chaturvedi, R., Shukla, M., A kinetic study on Ru(III)-catalysed oxidation of
Mercaptosuccinic acid by methylene blue in acidic medium, (2010) Indian Journal of Chemistry Section A Inorganic, Physical, Theoretical and Analytical Chemistry, 49 (2), pp. 185-189.
24. Gupta, M., Jain, A., Verma, K.K., Salt-assisted liquid-liquid microextraction with water-miscible
organic solvents for the determination of carbonyl compounds by high-performance liquid
chromatography, (2009) Talanta, 80 (2), pp. 526-531.
25. Sharma, N., Pillai, A.K.K.V., Pathak, N., Jain, A., Verma, K.K., Liquid-phase microextraction and fibreoptics-based cuvetteless CCD-array micro-spectrophotometry for trace analysis, (2009) Analytica
Chimica Acta, 648 (2), pp. 183-193.
26. Khan, N.A., Quereshi, S., Pandey, A., Srivastava, A., Antibacterial activity of seed extracts of
commercial and wild lathyrus species, (2009) Turkish Journal of Biology, 33 (2), pp. 165-169.
27. Pillai, A.K.K.V., Gautam, K., Jain, A., Verma, K.K., Headspace in-drop derivatization of carbonyl
compounds for their analysis by high-performance liquid chromatography-diode array detection,
(2009) Analytica Chimica Acta, 632 (2), pp. 208-215.
28. Khan, N.A., Srivastava, A., Antifungal activity of bioactive triterpenoid saponin from the seeds of
Cassia angustifolia, (2009) Natural Product Research, 23 (12), pp. 1128-1133.
29. Mishra, K.K., Chaturvedi, R. A kinetic study of the Ru(III)-catalysed oxidation of glutathione by
Methylene Blue in acidic medium (2008) Progress in Reaction Kinetics and Mechanism, 33 (3), pp.
253-265.
30. Maurya, R.C., Sahu, S., Bohre, P. Synthesis, characterization, antibacterial activity and 3D-molecular
modeling of some oxoperoxomolybdenum(VI) chelates in mixed (O,O) coordination environment
involving 2-hydroxy-1-naphthaldehyde and β-diketoenolates (2008) Indian Journal of Chemistry Section A Inorganic, Physical, Theoretical and Analytical Chemistry, 47 (9), pp. 1333-1342.
31. Koty, A., Sharma, M., Khare, B., Srivastava, A. Spectrophotometric determination of penicillamine with
2,6-dichlorophenolindophenol
in
drug
formulations
(2008)
Asian
Journal
of
Chemistry, 20 (6), pp. 4239-4248.
32. Gupta, M., Pillai, A.K.K.V., Jain, A., Verma, K.K. Coupled in-tube and on-fibre solid-phase
microextractions for cleanup and preconcentration of organic micropollutants from aqueous samples and
analysis by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (2008) Analytica Chimica Acta, 618 (1), pp. 61-69.
33. Dubey, C., Khan, N.A., Srivastava, A., Nutritional and antinutritiona evaluation of forest and hybrid
legume
seeds
(2008) Electronic
Journal
of
Environmental,
Agricultural
and
Food
Chemistry, 7 (5), pp. 2900-2905.
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34. Maurya, R.C., Chourasia, J., Sharma, P. Bis(o-vanillin)benzidine(o-v2bzH2) as a binucleating ligand:
Synthesis, characterization and 3D molecular modeling and analysis of some binuclear complexes of ov2bzH2
with
copper(II),
nickel(II),
cobalt(II),
manganese(II),
zinc(II),
samarium(III)
and
dioxouranium(VI) (2008) Indian Journal of Chemistry - Section A Inorganic, Physical, Theoretical and
Analytical Chemistry, 47 (4), pp. 517-528.
35. Chaturvedi, R., Mishra, K.K. Ru(III)-catalyzed oxidation of cysteine hydrochloride by methylene blue in
acidic medium; synergetic effect of Cu(II): A kinetic study (2008) International Journal of Chemical
Kinetics, 40 (3), pp. 145-150.
36. Sharma, M., Koty, A., Srivastava, M., Srivastava, A. FTIR, 1H NMR, ESR, TGA and DTA analysis of
trithiocarbonates of captopril and 6-mercaptopurine as their palladium(II) chloride complexes
(2007) Journal of the Chinese Chemical Society, 54 (6), pp. 1419-1432.
37. Reddy-Noone, K., Jain, A., Verma, K.K. Liquid-phase microextraction and GC for the determination of
primary,
secondary
and
tertiary
aromatic
amines
as
their
iodo-derivatives
(2007) Talanta, 73 (4), pp. 684-691.
38. Maurya, R.C., Chourasia, J., Sharma, P. Synthesis, characterization and 3D molecular modeling of some
ternary complexes of Cu(II), Ni(II), Co(II), Zn(II), Sm(III), Th(IV) and UO 2(VI) with Schiff base
derived from the sulfa drug sulfabenzamide and 1,10-phenanthroline (2007) Indian Journal of
Chemistry - Section A Inorganic, Physical, Theoretical and Analytical Chemistry, 46 (10), pp. 15941604.
39. Maurya, R.C., Rajput, S. Neutral dioxovanadium(V) complexes of biomimetic hydrazones ONO donor
ligands of bioinorganic and medicinal relevance: Synthesis via air oxidation of bis(acetylacetonato)oxovanadium(IV), characterization, biological activity and 3D molecular modeling (2007) Journal
of Molecular Structure, 833 (1-3), pp. 133-144.
40. Reddy-Noone, K., Jain, A., Verma, K.K. Liquid-phase microextraction-gas chromatography-mass
spectrometry for the determination of bromate, iodate, bromide and iodide in high-chloride matrix
(2007) Journal of Chromatography A, 1148 (2), pp. 145-151.
41. Gupta, M., Jain, A., Verma, K.K. Optimization of experimental parameters in single-drop
microextraction-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry for the determination of periodate by the
Malaprade reaction, and its application to ethylene glycol (2007) Talanta, 71 (3), pp. 1039-1046.
Monographs
0
Chapters in Books
1
Edited Books
0
Books with ISBN with details of publishers
1
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Number listed in International Database (Scopus)
>225
Citation Index – range/average (Google Search)
23.
60-1620/850
SNIP
0.14-2.2
SJR
0.14-2.0
Impact Factor – range/average (Scopus)
0.5-4.6/3
h-index - range/average (Scopus)
4-16/12
Details of patents and income generated
So far, no patents have been filed from the department.
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated
The department provides voluntary consultancy service in areas of water quality, food contamination,
and trace pesticides/metal ions/industrial chemicals in environmental samples, general inorganic/organic
analyses, and process optimization on kinetic parameters. Headway is plans for charged services.
25.
Faculty
selected
nationally/internationally
to
visit
other
laboratories/
institutions/industries in India and abroad
The faculty members of the department participated in a number of international programmes such as
Fulbright (USA) and Marie Curie fellowships (UK), collaborative major research project (The
Netherlands), and INSA fellowship (India). They also participated in international conferences
organized in India and abroad. Recently, these activities also resulted in visit of Prof. R.C. Maurya to
University of York, (UK), Ludwig-Maximilians University (Germany), and The University (South
Africa).
26.
Faculty serving in
a)
National committees
Professor R.C. Maurya served as a subject expert in Selection/Assessment Committee for the
period 1998-2003 in the in the National Institute of Science Communication, New Delhi; National
Organizing Committee on National Conference on Advanced Materials, Udai Pratap Autonomous
College, Varanasi, 6-8 March 2008; and the National Advisory Committee for Green Chemistry:
Opportunities and Challenges in the New Global Era, 7-9 December 2009, Department of Chemistry,
University of Rajasthan, Jaipur. Faculty members have been on the board of experts for the
appointments at teaching positions in colleges and universities.
b)
International committees
Presently there is no formal participation in international committees.
c)
Editorial Boards
Members on the editorial board of the international journals are Professor R.C. Maurya for
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Synthesis and Characterization, and Professor K.K. Verma for Methods in Analytical Chemistry. Prof.
Maurya was executive member (2009-2012), Indian Society of Chemists and Biologists, CDRI,
Lucknow. Prof. Verma was editor, Analytical Section of the Journal of Indian Chemical Society,
Kolkata, and edited a special issue of Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, Volume 22
(2000), Elsevier, Amsterdam.
d)
Reviewing of papers in international journals.
The faculty members contribute regularly in refereeing research papers submitted for
publication in the following international journals.
Journal of Chromatography A and B, Journal of Chromatographic Science, Journal of
Separation Science, Chromatographia, Sensors and Actuators B, Langmuir, Journal of Colloids and
Surfaces, Electrophoresis, Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, Bioanalysis, Talanta,
Analytica Chimica Acta, Analytical Methods, Food Chemistry, Trends in Analytical Chemistry, Journal
of Hazardous Materials, Indian Journal of Chemistry A, Journal of Indian Chemical Society, Molecules,
International Journal of Chemical Kinetics, Spectroscopy Letters, Spectrochimica Acta, International
Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry, National Academy Science Letters, Journal of Physics
and Chemistry of Solids, Journal of Molecular Structure, Inorganic Chemistry Communication,
Synthesis and Reactivity in Inorganic Metal-Organic Chemistry, Thermochimica Acta, Applied
Organometalic Chemistry, Arabian journal of Chemistry, International Journal of Syntheses and
Characterization, Rasayan Journal of Chemistry, Journal of Coordination Chemistry, Coordination
Chemistry Reviews.
27.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher/orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs):
Prof. R.C. Maurya organized a refresher course in association with UGC-ASC of the university
for college teachers (May-June 2013), and workshops/summer schools (February 2010, and March
2013). He also presented lectures in workshops on Green Chemistry: Opportunities and Challenges in
the New Global Era (December 2009, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur) and Interface of Industry,
Biology and Chemistry Research in 21st Century (February 2011, University of Allahabad).
28.
Student projects:
•
Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter-departmental
projects: 80%.
•
Percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with other universities
industry/institute: 20%.
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Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level:
•
Faculty
Prof. R.C. Maurya was short-listed amongst the top ten finalists for the Best Chemistry
Teachers Award in the International Year of Chemistry, 2011, by Tata Chemicals, Mumbai, in
collaboration with the Association of Chemistry Teachers. Prof. K.K. Mishra was awarded INSA
visiting fellowship (Madras University, Chennai). Prof. K.K. Verma awarded Emeritus Fellowship of
UGC. Prof. K.K. Verma and Prof. R.C. Maurya are Chartered Chemist and Fellow of the Royal Society
of Chemistry (London). Prof. K.K. Mishra and Prof. K.K. Verma both bagged Prof. R.D. Desai Award
and Prize of the Indian Chemical Society, Kolkata. Prof. R.C. Maurya presided over chemical sessions
in 19th Annual Conference of Indian Council of Chemists, Kuvempu University, Shimoga; 38th Annual
Convention of Chemists, J.N.V. University, Jodhpur; Silver Jubilee Conference of Indian Council of
Chemists, Birla College Kalyan; 47th Annual Convention of Chemists, R.S. University, Raipur; and
Interface of Industry, Biology and Chemistry Research in 21st Century, University of Allahabad,
Allahabad. Prof. Maurya has been instrumental in the development of science faculty of Mody institute
of Technology and Science (Deemed University), Seeker, Rajasthan.
•
Doctoral/post doctoral fellows
Dr. Archana Jain was awarded postdoctoral fellowships by DST and UGC, both under Women
Scientist Scheme. She was Marie Curie Fellow of the European Commission (University of
Loughborough, UK). A number research scholars of the department received Senior Fellowship and
Research Associateship of CSIR, New Delhi. Mr. Mahender Pal adjudged second in merit for his oral
presentation in chemistry section of Young Scientist Meet (2014), MP Council of Science and
Technology, Bhopal. A total of five doctoral students have been recipients of Young Scientist award of
the MP Council of Science and Technology, Bhopal.
•
Students
Students are awarded with a merit-cum-means and other scholarships for support to their
studies. Students from less privileged society background receive regular financial and other support.
30.
Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national
international) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
A 6-days workshop was organized on Chromatography and Spectroscopy (2010) for
undergraduate students under the support of this University and St. Aloysius Autonomous College,
Jabalpur. A one day seminar was organized on Chemistry of Sustainable Developments (2013) with keyspeaker Dr. J.S. Yadav, Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad.
31.
Code of ethics for research followed by the department
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The department
place high concern
for
anti-plagiarism in research papers and
thesis/dissertation. The department follows a voluntary exercise of open presentation of results before
submission of paper for publication or thesis supplication.
32.
Student profile programme-wise
Name of the Programme
Applications
(as para no. 4)
33.
received
Pass percentage
Male
Female
Male
Female
B.Pharm.
11
7
2
100%
100%
M.Sc.
55
14
17
100%
100%
M.Phil.
12
3
5
100%
100%
Ph.D.
17
10
7
100%
100%
Diversity of students
Name of the
% of students from
% of students from
% of students from
Programme (as para the same university
% of students from
other universities
universities outside
Other countries
no. 4)
within the State
the State
B.Pharm.
34.
Selected
100% (same city)
0%
0%
0%
M.Sc.
67%
10%
23%
0%
M.Phil.
50%
10%
40%
0%
Ph.D.
78%
12%
10%
0%
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defence Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise.
Good number of students of department appears in NET and GATE examinations (SET being
not conducted since a long time) after passing the final examination. A complete record of students who
cleared the above examinations is not available. Nevertheless, in recent past five students cleared NET
and over ten students qualified GATE.
35.
Student progression
Student progression
Percentage against enrolled
UG to PG
First batch of B.Pharm. will pass out in 2015.
PG to M.Phil.
25%
PG to Ph.D.
20%
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
5% (join as postdoctoral fellow, but frequently do not register for
degree)
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Employed

Campus selection
20%

Other than campus recruitment
45%
Entrepreneurs
36.
15%
Diversity of staff
Percentage of faculty who are
37.
graduates of the same university
0%
from other universities within the State
0%
from universities from other States
100%
from universities outside the country
0%
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period: None.
38.
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities with regard to
d)
Library
Department maintains a separate library that has over 2000 titles of postgraduate/reference
books, and back volumes of journals. On-line access to e-journals and books is available in
every research laboratory/faculty chamber through INFLIBNET service of the UGC.
39.
e)
Internet facilities for staff and students

f)
Total number of class rooms
07
g)
Class rooms with ICT facility
02
h)
Students’ laboratories
06
i)
Research laboratories
03
List of doctoral, post-doctoral students and Research Associates
a)
b)
from the host institution/university
(i)
Dr. Archana Jain (postdoctoral fellow)
(ii)
Mr. Pradeep Kumar Vishwakarma
(iii)
Mr. Deepak Kumar Rajak
(iv)
Mrs. Neeta Jain
(v)
Mr. Mahender Pal Thakur
(vi)
Ms. Ranjana Sharma
(vii)
Mr. Saumitra Soni
from other institutions/universities
(i)
Mr. Ashwani Kumar Sharma
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(ii)
Mr. Jan Mohammad Mir
(iii)
Mr. Bashir Ahmad Malik
40.
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the university: None
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s)? If so, highlight the methodology.
Revision of existing programmes for postgraduation and master of philosophy, and introduction
of course work at doctoral level was guided by the recent advances that have come in the literature. Such
exercise was also based on feedback from students and placement agencies. All revisions were effected
through discussion in Board of Studies.
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from
a)
Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the
department utilize the feedback?
b)
Students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does the
department utilize the feedback?
c)
Alumni and employers on the programmes offered and how does the department utilize
the feedback?
The department receives feedback on teaching curricula, research topics, infrastructural
facilities, and department general facilities available. The feedback are discussed with faculty members
(regular and temporary) and involving senior staff. Appropriate actions are planned to address the issue.
It is also the practice to invite the stakeholders to discuss the matter in question.
43.
List the distinguished alumni of the department:
(i)
Dr. Anil Gulati, Director, Quality Operations, Baxter BioScience, San Francisco, USA.
(ii)
Dr. M.V.R.K. Rao, Principal, Government College, Rajahmundary, AP (honoured with best
chemistry teacher award by the Andhra Pradesh Government)
(iii)
Dr. R.B. Subramaniam, Additional Director, Chhattisgarh State Department of Higher
Education, Raipur.
(iv)
Dr. S.K. Sanghi, Senior Principal Scientist, Advanced Materials and Processes Research
Institute, CSIR, Bhopal.
(v)
Dr.
B.
Sahasrabuddhey,
Head,
Analytical
Research
and
Development,
Amneal
Pharmaceuticals, Ahmedabad.
(vi)
Dr. Vandana Singh, Senior Executive, RanBaxy, Gurgaon, Haryana
(vii)
Prof. Rashmi Saxena, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, MH College of Home
Science and Science (Autonomous/College of Potential for Excellence), Jabalpur.
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(viii)
Prof. Anjali Bajpai, Department of Chemistry, Government Model Science College
(Autonomous/College of Potential for Excellence), Jabalpur.
(ix)
44.
Dr. Anupama Kumar, Head, Department of Chemistry, V-NIIT, Nagpur
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures/workshops/seminar)
involving external experts.
The department organizes special lectures on topics of significance/workshops on research
methodologies and instrumentation; projection on national/international support; and research activities
at different centres through lectures by experts.
45.
List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.
Besides classical teaching methods and computer software assisted methodologies, the
department utilizes interfacing of students with hands-on-experience on sophisticated instrumental
techniques for faculty assisted concept oriented experimentations. Group discussion on new research
papers on the subjects of elective papers is another method of choice.
46.
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?
The department conducts programme-wise Comprehensive Continuous Evaluation of students
by mini written examinations, and by seminar presentations. Emphasis is also placed on experimental
skills that student’s exhibit in teaching laboratories.
47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.
There are regular participation in activities involving sports, gardening and green environment
maintenance, and chemical pollution monitoring.
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department.
The major activity in this head involves continuous monitoring of chemical pollution in air,
water and soil in the campus area. Students/research scholars/faculty participates in such activities
utilizing the instrumental facilities available for the purpose in the department. Mini-experimentation
through development of modular designs is another activity utilized for conceptual validation, and
students’ aptitude enhancement.
49.
State whether the programme/department is accredited /graded by other agencies? If yes,
give details. No.
50.
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
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or applied.
The department has played a leading role in research and development, and contributed both at
basic and applied levels in fields such as molecular dynamics, analytical chemistry and co-ordination
chemistry. Polymers and chemistry of natural products have been other areas of research contribution.
The scholars of this department occupy coveted positions in academia and industries.
Molecular dynamics- The mechanistic path of oxidation in the additive oxidation reactions involving
quinone imines and sulphydryl substrates was resolved; the deviations in reaction dynamics in
hexacyanoferrate-thiol reactions was recorded for the first time and Kolthoff-Sinha-Kapoor model was
modified and verified; electron transfer reactions involving a molecular interface (resembling
biomolecular lipid membranes) was investigated; pioneering work on synergetic effect of sulphydryl
substrates on the reactivity of thiourea and that of redox inactive metal ion Zn(II) on the catalytic
activity of Cu(II) in the oxidation of bioactive molecules has been done; nanocatalysis exhibiting antiArrhenius behaviour and time and temperature-dependent changes in size and morphology of
nanoparticles have been novel findings.
Analytical Chemistry- The department has the credit of utilizing sophisticated chromatographic
techniques such as HPLC-DAD and GC-MS for analysis of trace chemicals in environmental samples.
In this connections, elegant sample preparation methods have been worked out to cleanup and
concentrate real samples before analysis using techniques solid-phase microextraction, liquid-phase
microextraction, salt-assisted homogeneous liquid-liquid microextraction, single-drop microextraction
and magnetic nanoparticle supported microextraction. Sample preparations together with derivatization
of analytes have been used in chromatographic detection of iodine in food, and carcinogenic aromatic
amines in foodstuffs such as ice creams and softdrinks. Another field of innovation is development of
cuvetteless CCD array microspectrophotometry for green analytical methodology involving a few
(typically 1 or 2) microlitres of reaction mixture. The technique has been used to detect cyanide,
chloride, and sulphur dioxide and iodine species in real samples.
Co-ordination chemistry- The 3D molecular modeling of synthesized co-ordination compounds is an
active area of research involving use of CS Chem 3D Ultra Molecular Modeling and Analysis Program
(http://www.cambridgesoft.com). It is an interactive graphics program that allows rapid structure
building, geometry optimization and molecular display. It has the ability to handle transition metal
compounds that are actively studied in the department.
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51.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department.
Strengths

Use of sophisticated instrumentation and fabrication of small accessories, industry oriented
research and training, and use of computers at all levels of teaching and research are key
aspects of strengths of the department.
Weaknesses
 Fewer permanent faculties are the main weakness of the department. The university has
initiated the process of recruitment to overcome this weakness.
Opportunities

The department receives a large number of students from adjoining tribal belt and small towns
who have immense capability to work hard and learn. Department could further explore the
possibility of development through government schemes for tribal and less privileged youth.
Challenges

Advancing youth from tribal and remote areas to the level of being human resource to the
modern society is a great endeavour. The department requires to have appropriately
characterized syllabi/experimental training, and personal development programmes of interdisciplinary nature for teaching.
52.
Future plans of the department.
The successful implementation of future plans of the department rests on the appointment of
regular faculty members on vacant positions. It would be appropriate to cater the needs of department in
all relevant branches of chemistry that are vital for teaching and development by research. This would
also increase the number of research scholars in the department, and instrumental in securing research
funds. The university has initiated process of appointment to trounce the present problem.
The department plans to take up masters programmes on pharmaceutical chemistry and pharmacy. This
is in view of existing knowhow, instrumental facilities available and above all the strong interaction with
the pharmaceutical industries through the alumni of the department.
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Evaluative Report of Department of P. G. Studies and Research in
Economics
1.
Name of the Department: Department of P.G. Studies and Research in Economics
2.
Year of establishment: 1960
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Humanities
4.
Names of programmes offered:
Course/programme
Degree awarded
Post graduation
M.A.
Research
Economics
M.B.A.
Business Economics
M.B.A.
International Economics
M.Phil.
Research Methodology & Review Paper, Economics
Ph.D./D.Lit.
5.
Subject combinations
Economics
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved:
The department has proposed programs in Management (Principles of Management), Commerce
(Business Organizations), Law (Economics & Law) & Computer Science (Computer Applications in
Economics).
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions etc
Courses run in collaboration are with the Indian Council of Medical Research; G.S. College of
Commerce, Jabalpur; Mahakoshal Arts College, Jabalpur; Mankunwarbai College, Jabalpur; and Govt.
Girls College, Ranjhi, Jabalpur.
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons: None.
8.
Examination System: Annual/Semester/Trimester/Choice Based Credit System: The
examinations are conducted according to the Semester System.
9.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:
Refresher Course in Economics for college and university teachers in collaboration with Academic staff
College of this University.
10.
Number of teaching posts (sanctioned, filled and actual):
Sanctioned
Professor
Filled (number)
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
(number)
Male
Female
Male
Female
1
-
-
3
-
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Assistant Professors
-
-
-
1
-
Guest Faculty
-
-
-
2
-
Faculty profile:
Name
Qualifications
Designation
Specialization
Experience
No. of Ph.D./ M.Phil.
(years)
students guided in last
4 years
Dr. A. D. N. Bajpai
Ph. D.
Dr. S. K. Choubey
Ph. D
Professor
Agricultural/
30
08
(on lien)
Indian Economics
Professor
Population
25
12
24
15
-
-
-
Industrial/
09
-
01
-
Economics
Dr. N. G. Pendse
M.A., LL.
Professor
B., Ph. D.,
Economics/
M.B.A.(Fin.)
Dr. A. Shukla
Development
M.A., Ph. D
Econometrics
Assistant
Prof.
Dr. Rohit Balyani
M. A., Ph. D
Guest Faculty
Environmental
Economics
Dr. A. Kakodia
12.
M. A., Ph. D
Guest Faculty
Indian Economics
List of Emeritus Professors / Adjunct Faculty / Visiting fellows:
Prof. N. P. Pathak, Rewa
Prof. S. K. Shukla, Gwalior
Prof. R. Prasad, Raipur
Prof. Kewal Jain, Sagar
Prof. Prahlad Kumar, Allahabad
Prof. ManoharPandit, Jabalpur
Prof. A. P. Pandey, Varanasi
Prof. S. N. Chaturvedi, Varanasi
Prof. G. Kawadia, Indore
Prof. K. Ahuja, Indore
Prof. A.K. Bhandari, Jabalpur
Prof. Narendra Shukla, Jabalpur
Prof. A.K. Gour, Varanasi
Dr. Elena Phillip, Jabalpur
Dr. K.B. Saha, Jabalpur
13.
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty –programme-wise information: 95%
14.
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Total no. of
Total no. of
Ratio of teachers to
% of workload taken by
students
faculty engaged
students
temporary faculty
M.A.
27
04
6:75
50%
M.Phil.
82
03
27:34
30%
Ph.D.
71
03
23:67
20%
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15.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled and
actual:
Position
16.
Positions sanctioned
Positions filled (Male/Female)
Technical staff
0
0/0
Administrative staff
01
01/0
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies:
Agricultural Economics, Industrial Economics, Indian Economics, Tribal Economics.
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding
agencies and c) Total grants received:
On-going projects: None
Completed projects:
Name of Investigator
1
Prof. A.D.N. Bajpai
Sponsoring
Title of the Project
Authority
Skills Mapping in M.P. Human
Resource Linkages
MP-CST,
Outlay
Rs.
Duratio
n
(Lakhs)
18.00
2007-10
Bhopal
18.
Inter-institutional collaborative projects and associated grants received: None.
19.
Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC-SAP/CAS, DPE; DBT, ICSSR,
AICTE, etc.; total grants received: None.
20.
Research facility/centre:

State/National recognition:
Programme
21.
Title of the programme
National
Rural Infrastructure and Economic
Seminar
Development in Madhya Pradesh
National
Programmes for Samanya Nirdhan
Seminar
Varga
Fellowships
JRF (12) & SRF (02)
Year of sanction
Name of the
Outlay, Rs.
and duration
funding agency
(lakhs)
2010 (Two Days)
ICSSR
2.60
2013
Social Justice
1.50
Department of M.P
Since 2010
UGC
Special research laboratories sponsored by/created by industry or corporate bodies: None
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Publication:
Publications in peer reviewed journals/conferences:
1.
Pendse, N.G. and Choubey, S.K., “Industrialization and Pollution: Some Issues,” Paper Published in
National Seminar on “Industrialization, Economic Development and Environmental Impact,” Organized
by Department of Economics, Government College, Junnardeo, Chhindwara M.P, 28 -30 January 2014.
2.
Balyani, Rohit and Choubey, S.K., “India’s Development through Eco-tourism Industries” Paper
Published and Presented in National Seminar on “Industrialization, Economic Development and
Environmental Impact”, Organized by Department of Economics, Government College, Junnardeo,
Chhindwara M.P, 28 -30 January 2014.
3.
Choubey, Shailesh and Balyani, Rohit, “Women’s Empowerment-the Real Awakening”, Vishlesana,
Journal of Arts, Social-Science and Sciences, Vol. 10, No.-1, Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur, pp.
82-94, 2013.
4.
Balyani, Rohit, “Impact of Tribal Development Programs in M.P.” Paper Published and Presented in
International Seminar on “Tribal Development,” organized by Pacific Institute of Tribal Development,
Pacific University, Udaipur, 1nd and 2nd June, 2012.
5.
Balyani, Rohit, paper accepted in 5th International Congress of environmental Research and
development, Bhopal and centre for socio-economic Development University, Malaysia Terengganu,
Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia on November 22-24, 2012.
6.
Balyani, Rohit,“Eco-Tourism and Sustainable Development” The Journal of Business & Economic
Studies, Vol. – V- II & Vol. – VI - I, Allahabad, August. (ISSN No. – 2320-110X), 2012.
7.
Balyani, Rohit, “Micro Finance in India – Issues and Challenges” Varta, Vol.- XXXII, No.- 2, pp.- 2734, Allahabad, October – 2012. (ISSN No.-0970-9177), 2012.
8.
Balyani ,Rohit, “Ecotourism in India : A Promising Opportunity for Development”, Indian Journal of
New Dimensions, Vol.- II, Issue – 2, pp.-123-128, July- December. (ISSN No. – 2277-9876), 2012.
9.
Balyani, Rohit, “Role of NABARD in Promoting Financial Inclusion”Research Link - 99, Vol – XI
Page No. 88-90, Indore (M.P), June,2012.
10.
Thawre, Veena, “Development Strategies of Employment: the Role of MMNREGA, National
Seminar, Seoni, 30-31 January, 2012.
11.
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14.
Thawre, Veena, “Microfinance, Women’s empowerment and Self-help groups”, national seminar
indore 13-14 september 2011
15.
Choubey, S. K, and VermaRatna, “ Corporate Hedging for Foreign Exchange risk in India”
Journal of Madhya Pradesh Economic Association, Vol xxi Feb.2011 No.01 pp44-56 ,2011.
16.
Choubey, S. K, “E-Commerce: A Change Management” in a National Seminar on Enhancing
Thinking in the smart Way: Internal Technologies (NSIT) as Mata Gujri Mahila College,
Jabalpur, pp 32-33, 2011.
17.
Thawre, Veena, “Bharat mein Shiksaa v amrthik Vikas ki Kal Malikamein Dirghakalin S thwarvartaka
Visleshan”, Pariprekshya, Vol. 17, No. 2, August 2010 .pp. 31-62, 2010.
18.
Balyani, Rohit and Choubey, S. K, “Intra linkages between intrastructure and Development in
India” Sovenir National Seminar on Rural Infrastructure and Economic Development in Madhya
Pradesh Feb., pp. 1-5, 2010.
19.
Nayak, Anita and Pendse, N.G, “Impact Assessment of Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana in
Madhya Pradesh” Sovenir National Seminar on Rural Infrastructure and Economic Development
in Madhya Pradesh Feb., pp. 8 -13, 2010.
20.
Tripathi, G.P.,“Rurbanisation of Rural Madhya Pradesh” Sovenir National Seminar on Rural
Infrastructure and Economic Development in Madhya Pradesh Feb., pp. 16 -20, 2010.
21.
Mishra, Ashish and BalyaniRohit, “Central Rural Sanitation Programme for Rural Development”
Sovenir National Seminar on Rural Infrastructure and Economic Development in Madhya
Pradesh Feb., pp. 52, 2010.
22.
Tripathi,G.P. and Choubey, S. K, “Human Resource Development to Reap Demogrphic Dividend
of India” Journal of Madhya Pradesh Economic Association, Vol xxi Feb.2010 No.01 pp 23-28,
2010.
23.
Tripathi, G.P. and Choubey, S. K, “Water Resource Management in Madhya Pradesh” Journal
of Madhya Pradesh Economic Association, Vol xxi, No.01 pp. 2, 2010.
24.
Pendse, N.G, “Bharat mein Shiksaavam Arthik VikaskiKal Malikamein Dirghakalin Sthwarvartaka
Visleshan”, Pariprekshya, Vol. 17., No. 2, pp. 31-62., 2010.
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Siksha Arthik Vikassambhandhonka Adhyayan”, The Journal of Business & Economic Studies,
Vol III, Issue 1, August, 2009.
27.
Pendse, N.G., “Sarvandeen Gramin Vikas”, KautilyaVarta. Ank. 22, 2009.
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No.3, 2009.
30.
Choubey, S.K.andTripathi, G.P., “Building on the Unique Strengths of Madhya Pradesh through
FDI’ in Journal of Madhya Pradesh Economic Association, Vol.XX Feb.2009. No. 1.pp. 181-182,
2009.
31.
Thawre, Veena, mnkjhdj.k ,oa
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LukRrd egkfo|ky;] 17-18 February 2009.
Chapters in Books
1.
Balyani, Rohit, “Child Labour in India : Action Plan and Present Strategy”, Published in edited Book
entitled “Child Labour in India : Nature and Issues”, Sarup Book Publishers Pvt. Ltd., pp. – 103-119,
New Delhi (ISBN No. – 978-81-7625),,2012.
2.
Balyani, Rohit, “Poshaniya Vikasttha Jalshead Prabandhan”, Published in edited Book entitled “Bharat
mein Jal Sansadhan Prabandhan: Samasyaaur Samadhan”, Karan Paperbacks, pp.- 228-241, New
Delhi, (ISBN No. – 978-93-81759-00-4),2012.
3.
Balyani, Rohit, “Development of RuralHinterlandthrough Ecotourism”, Published in edited Book
entitled “Eco-Tourism and Sustainable Development in India” Sarup Book Publishers Pvt. Ltd., pp. –
326-349, New Delhi, 2012. (ISBN No. – 978-81-7625-828-9),2012.
4.
Balyani, Rohit and VermaRatna, “The Role of Nature in Economic Development”,Publishedin edited
Book entitled “Indian Forest and Forestry,” Pointer Publishers, Jaipur, Rajasthan,2012.
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5.
Tripathi, G.P. and Choubey, S. K, “Financial Crsis is it Time to think Beyond Keynes Global
Meldown and Indian Economy Edited by Anil kumar Thakur and Parmanand Singh. Deep and
Deep Publications pvt.L New Delhi ISBN 978-81-8450-354-8 pp 34-47, 2011.
Books edited:
1.
Balyani, Rohit, “Indian Forest and Forestry” Pointer Publishers, Jaipur, 2012.
2.
Balyani, Rohit,“Eco-tourism and Sustainable Development in India” Sarup Book Publishers Pvt. Ltd,
New Delhi, 2012.
Monographs
0
Chapters in Books
5
Edited Books
2
Books with ISBN with details of publishers
0
Number listed in International Database (Scopus)
0
Citation Index – range/average (Google Search)
23.
2-20/9
SNIP
-
SJR
-
Impact Factor – range/average (Scopus)
3
h-index - range/average (Scopus)
-
Details of patents and income generated:
So far, no patents have been filed from the department.
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated:
The department provides voluntary consultancy services to Partner organizations (industries,
Central/State Govt., NGO’s, Govt. Agencies including funding agencies, Commissions, Press and
Publications): Institutes of Engineers, Jabalpur Chapter Consultancy on Area Development Program;
Town and Country Planning, Jabalpur Town; As an adviser to Central Board of Income Tax, Central
Region; As an Consultant to Central Labour Education Board; Consultancy provide to Electronic and
Print Media; Consultancy to Tanning and Placement Cell.
25.
Faculty
selected
nationally/internationally
to
visit
other
laboratories/
institutions/industries in India and abroad
Institutions/ industries in India and abroad: Two Faculty Members on Various Committee of different
Universities.
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26.
Faculty serving in
National committees
02 (Prof. S.K.Choubey and Prof. N.G.Pendse)
Editorial Boards
27.
04
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs):
Academic Staff Development Programmes
Name of faculty
Period
Refresher courses
01
6-2-2012 to 25-2-2102
Orientation programmes
03
-
Staff training conducted by the university
01
-
Staff training conducted by other institutions
01
6-2-2012 to 25-2-2102
Pendse, N.G., National Seminar on “Industrialization, Economic Development and Environmental
Impact”, Organized by Department of Economics, Government College, Junnardeo, Chhindwara
M.P, 28 -30 Jan, 2014.
Pendse, N.G., Annual Conference of Madhya Pradesh Economic Association, Ujjan, Feb.2011.
Pendse, N.G., Annual Conference of Madhya Pradesh Economic Association, Jabalpur, Feb.2010.
Pendse, N.G., National Seminar on Rural Infrastructure and Economic Development in Madhya
Pradesh Feb., 2010.
Pendse, N.G., Annual Conference of Madhya Pradesh Economic Association, 2009.
Pendse, N.G., Participation in external Workshops / Seminars / Conferences recognized by national /
international professional bodies
Choubey, S.K., National Seminar on “Industrialization, Economic Development and Environmental
Impact”, Organized by Department of Economics, Government College, Junnardeo, Chhindwara
M.P, 28 -30 Jan, 2014.
Choubey, S.K., Annual Conference of Madhya Pradesh Economic Association, Ujjan, Feb.2011.
Choubey, S.K., National Seminar on Enhancing Thinking in the smart Way: Internal Technologies
(NSIT) as Mata GujriMahila College Jabalpur, 2011.
Choubey, S.K., Annual Conference of Madhya Pradesh Economic Association, Jabalpur, Feb.2010.
Choubey, S.K., National Seminar on Rural Infrastructure and Economic Development in Madhya
Pradesh Feb., 2010.
Choubey, S.K., Annual Conference of Madhya Pradesh Economic Association, 2009.
Choubey, S.K., “Industrialization and Pollution: Some Issues”Participated in National Seminar on
“Industrialization, Economic Development and Environmental Impact”, Organized by Department of
Economics, Government College, Junnardeo, Chhindwara M.P, 28 -30 Jan, 2014.
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Choubey, S.K., Participated in Annual Conference of Madhya Pradesh Economic Association, Ujjan,
Feb. 2011.
Choubey, S.K., Participated in National Seminar on Enhancing Thinking in the smart Way:
Internal Technologies (NSIT) as Mata GujriMahila College Jabalpur, 2011.
Choubey, S.K., Participated inNational Seminar on Rural Infrastructure and Economic
Development in Madhya Pradesh Feb., 2010.
Choubey, S.K., Participated in Annual Conference of Madhya Pradesh Economic Association, Feb.
2009.
Pendse, N.G., Participated in National Seminar on “Industrialization, Economic Development and
Environmental Impact”, Organized by Department of Economics, Government College, Junnardeo,
Chhindwara M.P, 28 -30 Jan, 2014.
Pendse, N.G., Participated in Annual Conference of Madhya Pradesh Economic Association, Ujjan,
Feb. 2011.
Pendse, N.G., Participated in National Seminar on Rural Infrastructure and Economic Development
in Madhya Pradesh Feb., 2010.
Presentation of papers in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences conducted or recognized by professional
agencies.
Choubey, S. K, “Corporate Hedging for Foreign Exchange risk in India”Paper presentedin Annual
Conference o fMadhya Pradesh Economic Association, Ujjan, Feb.2011.
Choubey, S. K, “Human Resource Development to Reap Demogrphic Dividend of India”, Paper
presented in Annual Conference of Madhya Pradesh Economic Association, Feb.2010
Pendse, N.G. and Choubey, S.K., “Industrialization and Pollution: Some Issues” Paper presented in
National Seminar on “Industrialization, Economic Development and Environmental Impact”, Organized
by Department of Economics, Government College, Junnardeo, Chhindwara M.P, 28 -30 Jan, 2014.
Pendse, N.G, “Impact Assessment of PradhanMantri Gram SadakYojana in Madhya Pradesh”
Paper presented in National Seminar on Rural Infrastructure and Economic Development in
Madhya Pradesh Feb., pp. 8 -13, 2010.
Balyani, R. and
Choubey, S.K.,
“India’s Development through Eco-tourism Industries” Paper
Published and Presented in National Seminar on “Industrialization, Economic Development and
Environmental Impact”, Organized by Department of Economics, Government College, Junnardeo,
Chhindwara M.P, 28 -30 Jan, 2014.
Balyani, Rohit, “Impact of Tribal Development Programs in M.P.” Paper Published and Presented in
International Seminar on “Tribal Development,” organized by Pacific Institute of Tribal Development,
Pacific University, Udaipur, 1nd and 2nd June, 2012.
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Balyani, Rohit, paper accepted in 5th International Congress of environmental Research and
development, Bhopal and centre for socio-economic Development University, Malaysia Terengganu,
Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia on November 22-24, 2012.
Balyani, Rohit and Choubey, S. K, “Intra linkages between intrastructure and Development in
India” Published and Presented in National Seminar on Rural Infrastructure and Economic
Development in Madhya Pradesh Feb., pp. 1-5, 2010.
BalyaniRohit, “Central Rural Sanitation Programme for Rural Development” Published and
Presented in National Seminar on Rural Infrastructure and Economic Development in Madhya
Pradesh Feb., pp. 52, 2010.
S.K.Choubey Special Lecture delivered on "Relevance of present teaching of economics of S.O.S.
economics atJiwaji University, Gwalior", 24, April 2014.
S.K.Choubey Special Lecture delivered on "Impact of Education on Economic Development" in
A.S.C. at R.S. University, Raipur, 3, Feb. 2012.
S.K.Choubey Special Lecture delivered at APS University, Rewa for M.Phil. students, 2011.
N.G.Pendse Special Lecture delivered at ASC, RDVV Jabalpur on "Education growth
relationship" at Orentation Course", 3, March 2014.
N.G.Pendse Special Lecture delivered at Nagpur University on "Research Methodology", Nov.,
2013.
28.
Student projects:
100% of students have done in-house projects (including inter-departmental projects).
29.
Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level: None.
30.
Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national
international) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
Seminars/ Conferences/
Period
Funding source
Wokshps/SensitizingProgrammes
M.P. Economic Association 21st Conference
15-16 February 2010
National (Economic Association)
National Seminar
15-16 February 2010
National (ICSSR, New Delhi)
National Seminar Programmes for Samanya
14 September 2013
National (Samanya Nirdhan Varga
Nirdhan Varga
Refreshers Course in Business Studies in India
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Kalyan Ayog , Bhopal)
6-25 Febuary 2012
UGC
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments

The department tries its best to adopt anti-plagiarism means for research.

Open Viva for Research Scholars.
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32.
Number of students admitted in university departments in the last four academic years
Categories
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
SC
05
01
08
03
07
01
04
01
02
02
ST
03
06
03
05
02
02
01
00
03
00
OBC
06
05
03
10
01
05
02
06
03
00
General
04
19
09
13
10
08
05
02
03
07
Others
05
01
08
03
07
01
04
01
02
02
Programme-wise demand ratio:
33.
Name of the
Applications
Programme
Received
Selected
(Current year)
Male
Female
Male
Female
PG
10
05
02
50%
20%
M.Phil.
32
06
08
20%
25%
Ph.D.
48
11
15
26%
36%
Diversity of students:
Name of the
% of Students from
% of Students from
% of Students From
% of Students from
Programme
the same University
other Universities
Universities outside
other countries
within the State
34
Demand ratio
theState
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
M.A.
56%
77%
34%
18%
10%
05%
-
-
M.Phil.
50%
80%
35%
02%
15%
03%
-
-
Ph.D.
68%
78%
28%
16%
04%
06%
-
-
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defence Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise.
Exa
Applied
Qualified
Percentage
mina
tion
ST
SC
OBC Gen
ST
SC
OBC Gen
ST
SC
OB
Gen
C
UG
12
11
17
21
-
01
-
-
-
9.1
-
-
CCSI
R
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T
Central/
74
38
84
322
-
-
02
03
-
2.63
2.4
1.0
State
Services
35.
Student progression:
Student Progression
36.
Number
% against enrolled
PG to M.Phil.
36
20
PG to Ph.D.
04
7.2
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
01
5.5
Diversity of staff:
% of faculty from the
% of faculty from other
% of faculty from
% of faculty from
Same university
universities within the
Universities outside the State
other countries
1%
0
State
2%
37.
1%
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period: None.
38.
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities with regard to
g)
Library
Department maintains a separate library that has about 1280 titles of postgraduate/reference
books, and back volumes of journals. On-line access to e-journals and books is available in
every research laboratory/faculty chamber through INFLIBNET service of the UGC.
h)
Internet facilities for staff and students

i)
Total number of class rooms
04
j)
Class rooms with ICT facility
01
k)
Students’ laboratories
01
l)
Research laboratories
03
Computer-student ratio is 1:4.2. Department has very good Data Bank covering National Income
Statistics, Annual Survey of Industries, Agricultural Statistics, Banking Statisics.
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39.
List of post-doctoral, doctoralstudents and Research Associates:
(a) From the host institution/university
Shail Prabha Koshta
Chandra ShekharAronkar
Bhupendra Kumar
Sangeeta Tiwari
Mamta Tripathi
Achal Mishra
Prabha Gupta
Swati Jain
Sadhna Verma
Sunil Kumar Rajak
Rohit Balyani
Smt. Kamala Patel
Er. G.P.Tripathi
Lal Mrigendra Singh
Ms. Preeti Upadhyaya
Ratan Singh Sharma
Ms. Sumita Kaushal
Uttam Singh Thakur
Subhash C.
Ms. Seema Tiwari
Ms. Anupama Diwakar
Ms. Renu Parihar
Dasmant Das Patel
Ms. Kiran Singh
Mrs. Nisha Pandey
Mrs. Rachna Sharma
Mrs. Anjum Khursheed
Ms. Aparna Goswami
Ms. Veena Thawre
Mrs. Rita Chouhan
Mrs. Chandra Dongre
Mr. Navneet Saxena
Er. Gayatri Prasad Tripathi
Ram Singh
(b) From other institutions/universities: None
40.
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University
05 (Scholarship for SC, ST and OBC students)
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s)?
A regular interaction and discussion is held between teachers and students for the need to develop new
programmes. Also there is discussion and inquiry from the faculty members.
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from
d)
Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the
department utilize the feedback?
e)
Students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does the
department utilize the feedback?
f)
Alumni and employers on the programmes offered and how does the department utilize
the feedback?
The department receives feedback on teaching curricula, research topics, infrastructural facilities, and
department general facilities available. The feedback are discussed with faculty members (regular and
temporary) and involving senior staff. Appropriate actions are planned to address the issue. It is also the
practice to invite the stakeholders to discuss the matter in question.
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43.
List the distinguished alumni of the department:
1.
Prof. A. Ranga Reddy, S.V. University, Tirupati.
2.
Dr. RenuShome, Secretary European Union.
3.
Dr. (Fr.) Vallan Arasu, Principal, St. Aloysius College.
4.
Mr. SanjeevSariya, ADJ.
5.
Mr. Sanjay Yadav, Judge High Court.
6.
Mr. PrakashShrivastava, Judge High Court.
7.
Mr. Sambha Shiv Rao, Former-Chairman, REC, AndhraPradesh.
8.
Dr. Kirti S. Jhankaria, V.N. University, Surat, Gujarat.
9.
Dr. C.S. Aronokar, NDA, Pune.
10. Rajesh Patel, Dy. Director, MPSEB.
44.
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years)
Course-wise no. of
Special lectures/
No. of external experts
Total working
students
Workshops / Seminar
involved
hours utilized
24
16
228
participated
102
45.
46.
List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes
Teaching/ training
Course-wise no. of
Gadgets used (if
% of total work load as per time
methods
students
any)
table
PPT
102
Power Point
16
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?
The department ensures that programme objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes monitored
by internal assessments, results and continuous discussions and feedback.
47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities:
There is regular participation in activities involving sports, gardening and green environment
maintenance
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department:
New technologies deployed by the department in enhancing student learning and evaluation during the
last four years
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Practices to encourage and monitor graduate aptitudes (academic abilities, personal qualities and
transferable skills among students)
To enhance academic abilities, personal qualities and transferable skills among students. Classroom
Seminars, Group Discussions are organized on regular basis.
49.
State whether the programme/department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If yes,
give details: No.
50.
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied:
a)
Balyani, Rohit, “Indian Forest and Forestry” Pointer Publishers, Jaipur, 2012.
b)
Balyani, Rohit,“Eco-Tourism and Sustainable Development in India,” Sarup Book Publishers Pvt.
Ltd, New Delhi, 2012.
51.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department:
Strength





Econometrics
Mathematical Economics
Quantitative Methods
Demography
Indian Economics
Weakness



Lack of faculty positions
Inadequate Computer lab and separate building
Lecture Theater


Furniture
Virtual library


Teaching in English medium
Social Sector


Tribal economy
Inter-disciplinary studies

Gender issues



Shrinking student enrollment
Campus placement
Recent developments & study material

Increased women candidates enrollment at PG level
Opportunities
Challenges
52.
Future plans of the Department:

To promote the use of ICT.
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
To strengthen the ability to understand local level developmental problems.

Awareness will be enhanced through group discussions on current topics.

Special thrust will be given on development of quantitative skills.

Special methodology will be deployed to achieve competitive skills.
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Evaluative Report of Department of Education
1.
Name of the Department
: Department of Education
2.
Year of establishment
: 2005
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of the Education
4.
Names of programmes offered
courses
Degree awarded
Subject combinations
Bachelor of
Education
B.Ed.
Education
Research
Ph.D.
Applied Psychology, Education
 The department has proposed certain Inter-disciplinary programmes in the emerging field – Pre-Ph.D.
Course work
5.
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved
Yes, Common syllabus for Pre-PhD course work in Education and Applied Psychology belonging to
two different Research Centers in Colleges
B.Ed. programme has teaching methods related subjects which incorporates contents of Hindi, English,
Sanskrit, Science, Economics (Physics, Chemistry Mathematics, Life Science) etc.
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions etc
Govt. and \non-Government Higher Secondary Schools
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons: None
8.
Examination System:

The examination in B.Ed. is held annually
 Examination of Pre-Ph.D. Coursework is based on semester system.
9.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
Pre-Ph.D. is module to Ph.D. programmes run by other departments (Research Centers – Govt.
Education College, Jabalpur, Govt. MankunwarBai Women’s College and Govt. Mahakaushal College,
Jabalpur)
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10.
Number of teaching posts sanctioned, filled and actual (Professors/Associate Professors/
Asst. Professors/others):
Sanctioned (number)
Professor
(Honorary)
Guest Faculty
11.
Filled (number)
Male
Female
NIL
NIL
NIL
07
0
07
Faculty profile:
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
No. of
No. of Ph.D./
years
M.Phil. students
of
guided in last four
experience
years
Permanent Faculty:Presently Prof. P.B. Sengupta Professor in-charge
(Prof S.N. Bagchi between
Jan 2012-March 2014)
Other categories:Dr.
NidhiD
arbari
M.A.M.Ed. Ph.D
(Pol.Sc.)
Guest Faculty
Education
-
-
Guest Faculty
Education
-
-
Guest Faculty
Education
-
-
Guest Faculty
Education
-
-
Ph.D (Edu.)
NET (Edu.)
Dr.Dee
pti Jain
M.Sc.M.Ed.
Ph.D (Edu.)
Dr.
Rani
Vaidya
M.Sc.M.Ed.
Dr.
Paridhi
Verma
M.A.M.Ed. LLB.
Ph.D (Edu.)
Ph.D (Edu.)
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12.
Mrs.
Dimple
Verma
M.A.M.A.(Edu.)
Guest Faculty
Education
-
-
Mrs.
Amrish
aDesh
mukh
M.Sc.M.Ed.
Guest Faculty
Education
-
-
Dr.
Anju
Singh
M.A.M.Ed.
Guest Faculty
Education
-
-
Ph.D (Edu.)
List of senior Visiting Fellows, Adjunct Faculty, Emeritus Professors : Yes
 Dr. HimaniUpadhyaya, Hawabag Women’s College,
 Dr. ShobhnaKhare, Mahkaushal Arts College,
 Dr. Sudha Mehta, MKB College,
 Rajneesh Jain, Govt. Psychology College and
 Dr. P.K. Shrivastava, Retired Principal, Kalyan College, Bhilai as visiting faculty
13.
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty –programme-wise information:
 B.Ed. 100%
 Pre-Ph.D. Coursework 98%
14.
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Total no. of
students
Total no. of faculty
engaged
Ratio of teachers
to students
% of workload taken by
temporary faculty
98
07
1:14
100
Pre-Ph.D.
Coursework
(Education)
06
04
1:1.5
100
Pre-Ph.D.
Coursework
(Appl
Psychology)
04
04
1:1
96
Programme
B.Ed.
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15.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual
:
Academic
Support Staff
Sanctioned (number)
Filled (number)
Actual (number)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
01
01
NIL
01
NIL
Administrative
(UDC)
16.
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies
: Nil
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects
: Nil
18.
List details of completed projects under following heads
: Nil
Female
19.
List recognitions such as UGC-SAP, CAS, Department with Potential for Excellence,
DST- FIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc. with total grant received: Nil
20.
List Research facility / centre
Centre for conducting Pre-Ph.D Course work in Education and Applied Psychology
21.
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies: Nil
22.
Publications
LIST OF PUBLICATION
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
Dr Rani Vaidya, “ Conservation of volume among Early Formal Operational children”, Research
Hunt an International Multi disciplinary Journal, Vol.- IV Issue – V, pp. 291-297, Sept.-Oct. 2009
DrParidhiVerma, “Impact of emotional intelligence on Creativity of High school students”,The CTE
Journal Quest for excellence in Teacher education, Vol vii (2) a vol vii no 1, Page No 201, Jan- June
2010
Dr Rani Vaidya “Effect of Emotional Quotient on Adjustment of Adolescence”, Research Hunt an
International Multi disciplinary Journal, Vol.- V, Issue – VII, pp. 95-100, Sept.-Oct. 2010
Dr Rani Vaidya “Influence of Emotional Intelligence on Adjustment of Urban and Rural Adolescent
Students”, Indo-Indian Journal of Social Science Researches, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp.137-141, April,
2011
DrDeepti Jain, “A study of effect of tuitions and coaching classes on the scholastic achievement of
the students of secondary classes of Jabalpur city” ,Research Hunt 6 (4), Page No.56-57 December
2011
DrDeepti Jain, “Improvement in teaching methods in Higher Educational Indian Journal of
Psychometry and Education”, Vol-43(1), Page No. 31-32, January-2012.
Dr Rani Vaidya, “Emotional Intelligence and Adjustment of adolescence in context of caste”, Praachi
Journal of Psycho-Cultural Dimension, Vol.- 28 (1), Issue – I pp. 34- 38 April 2012
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8)
9)
Dr Rani Vaidya, “Affect of Emotional Quotient on Adjustment of Adolescence Student”, Research
Hunt an International Multi disciplinary Journal Vol.- VII, Issue – III, pp. 1-4 May-June 2012
Dr Rani Vaidya “Need for Joyful Learning”, International Journal of Social Science &
Interdisciplinary Research, Vol.- 2 (11), pp. 147-150, November 2013
e. Books with ISBN with details of publishers
Authors’ names
:
Title of the Books
Dr. Deepti Jain Pariyaverniya Shiksha
Dr Rani Vaidya 1. Contribution in Book
entitled “Environment &
Personality Development”,
2. Contribution in Book
entitled “Modern Trends of
Indian Higher Education”,
Publisher name
ISBN No.
Year
Vinodpustak Mandir, Agra
1
ISBN-978-9381602-12-6
2013
ISBN: 978-9380135-19-9.
First
Edition
2012,
Vedant Publication,
Lucknow,
Karan Paperwax, New
Delhi,
ISBN: 978-9381759-09-7.
First
Edition
2013,
23.
Details of patents and income generated
: Nil
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
25.
Faculty selected nationally / internationally to visit other laboratories / Institutions/
industries in India and abroad
27.
: Nil
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs)
Academic Staff Development
Programmes
Refresher courses
Orientation programmes
Staff training conducted by other
institutions
Name of faculty
Period
Dr. NidhiDarbari
July 2008
Dr. ParidhiVerma
July 2008
Dr. NidhiDarbari
October 2008
Dr. ParidhiVerma
October 2008
Dr. Nidhi Darbari
Dr. Paridhi Verma
Dr Rani Vaidya
Mrs Dimple Verma
February 2013
February 2013 February
2013 February 2013
February 2013
MrsAmrishaDeshmukh
Summer / Winter schools, workshops
Dr. NidhiDarbari
February 2009
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Other criteria of faculty recharging strategies:Activity
Name of faculty
Period
Invitation as resource persons in Workshops
/ Seminars / Conferences organized by
external professional agencies?
Dr. NidhiDarbari
2013
Participation in external Workshops /
Seminars / Conferences recognized by
national / international professional bodies?
Dr. NidhiDarbari
2010-13 201012 2009-13
Presentation of papers in Workshops /
Seminars / Conferences conducted or
recognized by professional agencies?
28.
Dr. Deepti Jain
Dr. Rani Vaidya
Dr. NidhiDarbari
2010-132010122009-13
Dr. Deepti Jain
Dr. Rani Vaidya
Number of student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies
(agency names):
(Review of Literature by Pre Ph.D.) Total 83 in 2012-13 batches
 Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including interdepartmental projects:100 %
 Percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with other universities / Industry / institute: 0%
29.
Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level:
Name of
theprofessional
bodies
Students (02)
30.
Nature of
Awards/national/
international
recognitions
Best Poster Prize, Extempore
Bestowing
Organization
Month and year of
recognition
MBA Department
,RD University
September 2013
Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national
international) with details of outstanding participants, if any: None
31.
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments
:
Heading towards zero tolerance to plagiarism – all theses, dissertation work and reviews taken in hard
and soft copies with certificate from the candidate about non-plagiarism material. The Ph.D. viva-voce
system is open and everyone is allowed to ask questions. Dress code to the students to strictly adhere
to. Prayer as essential component for the students
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Number of students admitted in university departments in the last four academic years
Categories
32.
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
SC
10
00
03
03
08
04
04
07
ST
18
02
03
02
12
02
06
04
OBC
04
13
14
14
18
11
15
23
General
17
35
29
28
09
24
11
28
Others
Nil
NIL
Nil
NIL
Nil
NIL
Nil
NIL
Programme-wise demand ratio:
Name of the
Applications
Programme
Received
UG B.Ed.
Ph.D.(Pre Ph.D)
2012-13
Selected
Demand ratio
(Current year)
Male
Female
Male
Female
100 seatsfixed
(Allotted by State
Govt.)
35
63
0.35:1
0.63:1
114(Education)
19
47
0.16:1
0.41:1
20 (Applied
Psychology)
01
03
0.05:1
0.15:1
03
01
0.75:1
0.25:1
00
02
0:1
0.5:1
04(Education)
2013-14
04 (Applied
Psychology)
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33.
Diversity of students:
Name of the
% of
% of Students
% of Students
% of
Programme(Separately
for UG, PG, M.Phil.,
Ph.D., D.Sc.D.Litt. etc.)
Students
from other
Students
from the
Universities
From
Universities
fromother
same
within the
outside theState
Countries
University
State
B.Ed.
Pre-Ph.D. Coursework
34.
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
16.3
41.8
7.1
11.2
14.3
8.2
0
0
40
60
0
0
0
0
0
0
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise (last four
years)?
Examin
ation
Students
absorbed
in
Private
School
as
teachers
Applied (no.) (Female in
brackets)
Qualified (no.)
(Female in brackets)
Percentage (Female in
brackets)
ST
SC
OBC
Gen
ST
SC
OBC
Gen
ST
SC
OBC
08
12
23
55
08
12
21
50
100
100
91
90
(04)
(07)
(16)
(36)
(04)
(07)
(16)
(33)
(100
)
(100)
(100)
(91)
35.
Student progression: Only UG course
36.
Diversity of staff:
% of faculty
from the
% of faculty from
other universities
% of faculty from
Same university
within the State
Universities outside the
State
100
0
0
Gen
% of faculty from other
countries
0
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37.
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period (last 5 years):
Guest faculty - ParidhiVerma obtained Ph.D. in Education
38.
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities as Y/N with regard to
 Department has a separate building with 08 classrooms and 01 Class rooms with ICT facility,
TV/VCP/Cable connection,DVD playersanda LCD projector.There is also a Psychology Lab. Computerstudent ratio is 0.08:1.Department also maintains a separate library that has over 1000 titles of
graduate/reference books, and back volumes of journals. On-line access to e-journals and books is
available in every research laboratory/faculty chamber through INFLIBNET service of the UGC.The
department offers Internet facilities for staff and students
39.
List of post-doctoral, doctoral students and Research Associates (current academic year)
 Not applicable
40.
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University : Nil
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s)?
Before commencing New B.Ed. semester programme as per NCFTE norms four workshop meetings
were held in different colleges attended by experts under chairmanship of Chairman BOS in Education.
Broadly, third and fourth papers were revised on basis of presentations. Methodology on school subject
paper-wise revised. The seventh paper was revised and six optional papers were included. Semester
system was recommended. Comprehensive and continuous evaluation was emphasized. Various modern
modes of transactions were incorporated. Practical was more oriented towards internship and some value
added skill oriented internal assessment papers were added. Pattern of question was changed to objective
type and short type combination. The laid down procedure is adopted for introduction of new syllabus
and ordinance. For Pre-Ph.D. course work teachers were encouraged to undertake module based
teaching pattern of Research Methodology for which couple of internal meetings were held
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from?
The department obtains feedback ofFaculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning- evaluation of
students on staff, curriculum. Alumni and employers on the programmes offered through feedback
forms.
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43.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) University alumni
association: Nil
44.
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years)
Pre-Ph.D. Coursework in Education; Pre-Ph.D. Coursework in Applied. Psychology
45.
Course-wise no.
of students
participated
Special lectures/
Workshops / Seminar
No. of external
experts involved
Total working
hours utilized
83 (2012-13)
10 each of 2.0 h
03
20 hours
10 (2013-14)
08 each of 2.0 h
02
16 hours
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty fordifferent programmes:
Teaching/ training
methods
Course-wise no. of
students
Gadgets used (if
any)
% of total work load as per
time table
PowerPoint Presentation
83 (2012-13)
LCD projector
40
Roll-up Blackboard
10 (2013-14)
PC
Model and Charts
Regular Green Board
46.
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?
:
The department ensures that programme objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes are
monitored byPeriodic interaction with students/teachers, Department Council and sub-committees,
Grievance Redressal, Assignments and Seminars, Internal tests, Co-curricular activities, Supervision of
Practice teaching in schools, regular monitoring of attendance and adequate measure for short
attendance, Feedback methods, Criticism lesson and training to prepare lesson plans.
47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities
:
Plantation, Awareness campaign on Environment cleanliness, Award winning Debate and Poster
Competition by B.Ed. Students held in MBA Department, R.D. University,
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department
:
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 New technologies deployed by the department in enhancing student learning and evaluation during
the last four years
 Compulsory training of MS Word and MS Excel regardless of specialization in B.Ed. programme
 Practices to encourage and monitor graduate aptitudes (academic abilities, personal qualities and
transferable skills among students) – with some examples
 Morning Assembly with prayer, National anthem and “Madhya Pradesh Gaan”
 International Population Day was celebrated by students by displaying posters and plantation
 Encouraging students to develop values by debate, presentations and other competitions on the
occasions of anniversaries of great leaders
49.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If
yes, give details
 Yes by NCTE and Dept. of Higher Education State Government (M.P.)
50.
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied
51.
:
Nil
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department.
Strength
Weakness
 B.Ed. teaching staff is highly qualified (One NET qualified and five Ph.D.
holders), of which four undertook challenging task to impart training for
Pre-Ph.D. Coursework not only for Education but also for Applied
Psychology – without any complains whatsoever
 Compulsory training of Computers to the B.Ed. students
 Very limited number of teaching and supportive non-teaching staff is able to
manage over 100 students
 It would be better if proper regular staff, including Head of the Department,
is appointed for directional growth of the department
 It would be appropriate to buy reference books and subscribe scholarly
journals especially for our Pre-Ph.D. students which is presently inadequate
 Although with limited space work is progressing, it would be better if the
space constrains are taken care of.
 Some extra efforts can be made to make students from tribal and rural
background acquainted with modern methods of teaching and
communication
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Opportunities
 Teaching in English medium
 Social Sector
 Tribal economy
 Inter-disciplinary studies
 Gender issues
Challenges
 Shrinking student enrollment
 Campus placement
 Recent developments & study material
 Girl enrollment at PG level
 Finances to general caste student
52.
Future plans of the Department:
To strive for a departmental status from the UGC and IASE up gradation by M.P. Government, and
once regular faculty is appointed, to take up research and PG courses.
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Evaluative Report of Department of P. G. Studies and Research in English
1.
Name of the Department
: Department of P.G. Studies and Research in English
2.
Year of establishment
: 1960
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Arts
4.
Names of programmes offered
Course/programme
Master of Arts
Degree awarded
M.A
Subject combinations
Poetry, Prose, Drama, Fiction and
Critical
Theories,
linguistics,
Literary
American
Literature
Researsch
M. Phil.
Research Methodology, Computer Application,
Literary Theories, Approaches to Language,
Ph.D.
Different areas of English Literature
5.
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments:
In MA English, translated literary works of the renowned authors of Sanskrit and Hindi literature are
prescribed in the syllabus.
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions etc.:
Nil
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons:
8.
Examination System: Annual/Semester/Trimester/Choice Based Credit System.
None
The examinations of all programmes are based on the semester system.
9.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:
10.
Number of teaching posts sanctioned, filled and actual (Professors/Associate
No
Professors/Asst. Professors/others):
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Filled (number)
Sanctioned
(number)
Male
-
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
Female
Male
Female
-
00
00
Professor
03
Associate
01
-
-
00
00
03
-
01
00
00
Professors
Assistant Professors
Guest Faculty
Filled (number)
Male
Female
-
06
2010-2011
02
02
2011-2012
02
02
2012-2013
01
01
2009-10
11.
Faculty profile:
Name
Qualification
Designation
Special-
No. of years
No. of Ph.D./
of experience
M.Phil. students
ization
guided in last four
years
Permanent Faculty:Ms.
K.
Punwani
M.A.
Sr. Lecturer
American
30 years
Nil
15 year
M.Phil - 09
Lit.
M. Phil.
Other categories:Dr. Shibani
M.A. Ph.D.
Basu Dubey
Dr.
Neelanjna
Guest Lect.
(2009-12)
M.A. Ph.D.
Guest Lect.
(20-2-09-
25 years
M.Phil - 06
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Pathak
19-08-09)
Visiting Faculty
2012-13-14
Dr. S.
M.A. Ph.D.
Diwakar
Dr. M.
Guest Lect.
30 year
M.Phil - 01
35 years
Ph.D. – 03
2009-10
M.A. Ph.D.
Chakaranara
Guest Lect.
2009-12
yan
M.Phil - 08
Visiting Faculty
2012-14
Ms. Kuhoo
M.A.
Ghosh
Mr. Ujjawal
M.A. M.Phil.
M.A. M.Phil.
M.A. Ph.D.
M.A.
Chouhan
Prof. Abha
M.A. Ph.D.
M.A. Ph.D.
M.A. Ph.D.
Shahawar
Guest Lect.
09 years
-
2012-14
- 08
Guest Lect.
09 years
-
25 years
Visiting Faculty
Ph.D. – 03
M.Phil - 04
20 years
Visiting Faculty
M.Phil - 04
20 years
Visiting Faculty
-
2012-14
M.A. Ph.D.
Kumar
Dr.
M.Phil - 04
2012-14
Chansoria
Dr. Pratibha
3 years
Guest Lect.
2012-14
Tiwari
Dr. Alok
-
2009-10
Pandey
Dr. Apara
3 years
Guest Lect.
2011-14
Gupta
Ms. Bhavana
-
2010-12
Mahajan
Dr. Pragyaa
10 years
2009-10
Chouksey
Mr. Prashant
Guest Lect.
Visiting Faculty
-
15 years
-
-
15 years
M.Phil - 02
2012-14
M.A. Ph.D.
Visiting Faculty
2012-14
Syed
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Dr. Vinita
M.A. Ph.D.
Visiting Faculty
Saluja
Mr. Tejendra
-
25 years
-
-
Joined the
-
2012-14
M.A.
Teaching Fellow
Singh Shiv
Research
Centre on
20/01/2014
12.
List of Emeritus Professors / Adjunct Faculty / Visiting fellows:
The following is the list of eminent professors visiting the department.
13.
14.

Dr. A. Pandey, BHU

Dr. Ashok Awasthy, Sagar

Dr. Shubhra Tripathi, Bhopal

Dr. Ashok Sachdeva Bhopal
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty –programme-wise information:

MA English – 85 %

M.Phil. English – 80%

Pre Ph.D Course Work-75%
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Programme
15.
Total no. of
Total no. of faculty
Ratio of teachers
% of workload taken
students
engaged
to students
by temporary faculty
M.A.
24
03 (02 guest faculty)
1:8
85
M.Phil.
20
03
1:6
80
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual.
Academic Support Staff
Administrative
16.
Sanctioned (number)
Filled (number)
Actual (number)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
-
-
-
-
02
01
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies: Nil
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17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects
: Nil
18.
List details of completed projects
: Nil
19.
List recognitions such as UGC-SAP, CAS, Department with Potential for Excellence,
DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc. with total grant received: Nil
20.
List Research facility
The Department of English is the only recognized Research Centre in Jabalpur for research in English.
21.
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies : Nil
22.
Publications
Authors’ names
Title of the paper
Journal’s name
Volume (issue)
Page
Year
number
Dr. Shibani Basu
Power – Violence Nexus
Edited by the Usha
Dubey
Girish Karnad Tuglaq
Bande
Nil
Nil
2010
-
2013
10
2013
-
12
and Tale-Danda
Dr. Neelanjana
Indian Working Women:
Gender Violence
published by
Pathak
Victims of Violence
Edited by Dr. Astha
Pointer
Bhanot
Publication,
Jaipur
Bridges of Communication
Moon’s Plight
Anveeksha
-
Contemporary Vibes
Vol. 8, Issue no.
29
Ramayana: The Hymns of
Contemporary Vibes
Volume No. 8
-
2013
Ninad
-
-
2012
Himalaya
Orissa First, India
Second: Jayant
Mahapatra, the Poetic
Konark of Indian Soil
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My Story: Narratising the
Contemporary Vibes,
-
-
2012
Self
Edited by Dr. Anil
A Book Review
-
-
2012
Vishlesana
-
-
2013
Ninad
-
-
2014
Sharma,
Musing on Khil Uthe
Palash
Dr. Pragyaa
Vivekananda's Path of
Gupta Guest
Liberation with reference
Faculty
to Four Yogas
during 201214
The Tradition of Indian
Religious Poetry: A
Comparative Study of
Swami Vivekananda
and Niranjan Mohanty
Letters: An Overview
23.
Details of patents and income generated
:
Nil
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated
:
Nil
25.
Faculty serving in Nationa Committees/Editorial Boards/Reviewing
27.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops,
:
None
training programs and similar programs)
Activity
Participation in external Workshops / Seminars /
Name of faculty
Dr. Neelanjna Pathak
Period
International – 01
Conferences recognized by national / international
(2013)
professional bodies?
National – 07 (2009-13)
Ms. Bhavana Chouhan
International – 02
(2010)
National – 01 (2010)
28.
Number of student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies
(agency names):
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50 percent of students of MA fourth semester have done in-house projects including interdepartmental projects.
29.
30.
Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level: Nil
Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national
international) with details of outstanding participants, if any: Yes
Funding
Programmes on curriculum
development,
Period
Source
Department Research Committee meeting
5/1/2012, 1/2/2012, 2/3/2012, 23/4/2012,
Self funding
were organized to advised for curriculum
24/5/2012, 26/11/2012, 10/7/2013,
Development / staff meeting
7/8/2013, 29/11/2013, 13/1/2014,
30/1/2014
31.
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments:
The department tried to follow, a code of ethics in the department by adopting the following means,
ensuring,
 Regular attendance in department or with supervisor
 Regular Visit to Library and attendance in seminar/conference/workshop etc.
 Regular feedback by the supervisor
 The Department ensures that research work is not product of Plagiarism
Number of students admitted in university departments in the last four academic years:
Categories
Year 1 (2010-11)
Year 2 (2011-12)
Year 3
Year 4 (2013-2014)
(2012-2013)
32.
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
SC
03
01
00
02
05
02
00
01
ST
02
00
02
00
00
02
01
01
OBC
11
03
03
04
05
01
06
02
General
15
18
04
19
09
17
18
15
Programme-wise demand ratio:
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Name of the
Applications
Programme
Received
Selected
Demand ratio
(Current year)
Male
Female
Male
Female
PG
32
10
14
-
-
M. Phil.
29
07
13
-
-
Ph.D.
48
05
18
-
-
Diversity of students:
Name of the
% students
% students
% of students
% of
Programme
same
from other
from universities
students
university
universities
outside the State
from other
within the
countries
State
Male
34.
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
M.A./ M. Sc.
98
97
02
03
-
-
-
-
M. Phil.
75
95
00
00
25
05
-
-
Ph. D.
86
95
05
-
09
05
-
-
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise (last four
years)?
Many students of the department are placed in good positions. Most of the students of the department have
become teachers in various schools and colleges and some of them have reached to the rank of Heads and
Principals also.
35.
Student progression:
Student Progression
36.
Number
% against enrolled
PG to M.Phil.
20
100
PG to Ph.D.
14
60
Diversity of staff:
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37.
% of faculty from
% of faculty from other
% of faculty from
% of faculty from other
the
universities
Universities outside the State
countries
Same university
within the State
100
Nil
Nil
Nil
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period
Topic
Name of the Research
Supervisor
Scholar
Vinita Singh Choudhary
Feminist Perspectives in the novels of Jane
Dr. Abha Pandey
Austin
Abhishek Kosta
A Study of Myth in the Plays of Girish
Dr. M. Chakranarayana
Karnad: A Gender Perspective
Shalini Chakranarayana
The ethinic Vision of Toni Morrison
Dr. M. Chakranarayana
Tanushree Singh
A Critical Analysis of the Images of Women in
Dr. Urbashi Barat
the Fiction of Arundhati Roy and Jhumpa
Lahiri: A Comparative
Shibani Basu Dubey
A Personal Quest for Power in the Plays of
Dr. Vineeta Kour Saluja
Girish Karnad
Mercy George
A Study of the Absurd in the Plays of Harold
Dr. Rosy Mishra
Pinter
Kapil Chaudha
A Literary Evaluation of the Speeches of
Dr. M. Chakranarayana
Abraham Lincoln
Rani Tiwari
Imagery in the Plays of T.S. Eliot
Dr. M. Adhikari
Gurpreet Dua
Narrative Techniques in the Short Stories of
Dr. Vineeta Kour Saluja
R.K. Narayan and O. Henry: A Comparative
Study
Usha Masram
Diasporic Sensibility in Bharti Mukharjee's
Dr. Abha Pandey
Novels
Nidhi Nema
Ironic Vision of Society in the Novels of
Dr. Abha Pandey
Upamanyu Chatterjee
Neelu Raghuwanshi
Cultural Implications in the Novels of Shashi
Dr. M. Adhikari
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Deshpandey
Samta Naidu
The Fiction of Amitabh Ghosh: A Post
Dr. M. Adhikari
Colonial Perspective
Bhawana Chouhan
Multiculturalism in the Novels of Anita Desai
Dr. Urbashi Barat
Garima Pathak
Personality Disorders in the Novels of Anita
Dr. Urbashi Barat
Desai
Mrinal Deshpandey
Treatment of History in the Works of Shashi
Dr. Vineeta Kour Saluja
Tharoor
Anju Pathak
Tagore's Gitanjali and Sri Aurobindo's
Dr. Urbashi Barat
Sonnets: A Comparative Study
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Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities
Department has a 03 classrooms
and a Seminar halls and four rooms for guest faculty. Department
has OHP and slide projectors and also maintains a separate library that has over 1200 titles of
graduate/reference books, and back volumes of journals. On-line access to e-journals and books is
available in every research laboratory/faculty chamber through INFLIBNET service of the UGC. The
department offers Internet facilities for staff and students
39.
List of post-doctoral, doctoral students and Research Associates
a) From the host institution/university
:
The following research scholars are registered for Ph. D. in English in the Research Centre, RDVV Jabalpur:
S. No.
Research Scholar
Supervisor
1.
Santosh Raghuwanshi
Dr. Alok Chansoria
2.
Priti Katare
Dr. Mohini Chakranarayana
3.
Prashant Mahajan
Dr. Veneeta Saluja
4.
Soma Guha
Dr. Swati Chandolkar
5.
Megha Mishra
Dr. Abha Pandey
6.
Tejendra Singh Shiva
Dr. Abha Pandey
7.
Anita Jhariya
Dr. Alok Chansoria
8.
Bhavana Shriwastava
Dr. Abha Pandey
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9.
Satish Kumar Soni
Dr. Apara Tiwari
10.
Rinkoo Wadhera
Dr. Abha Pandey
11.
Seema Chourasia
Dr. Swati Chandolkar
12.
Seema Dua
Dr. V.K. Saluja
13.
Rajshri Roneline
Dr. V.K. Saluja
14.
Meena Edith Keller
Dr. Urbashi Barat
15.
Rashmi Singh
Dr. V. K. Saluja
b) From other institutions/universities
:
Nil
40.
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University: Nil
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development?
Yes, the department for all courses carries out the need assessment exercise before introducing new
courses or bringing change in the syllabus of M.Phil. Rigorous meetings are held by experts from
different fields of specialization in English.
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from?
The department obtains feedback of various stake holders on curriculum as well as teaching learning
evaluation, these feedbacks are taken from students alumni and the employers and these feedback is
then analyzed to bring effective changes.
43.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) University alumni
association:
S. No.
Name of the Students
Present status
1.
Abhishek Kosta
Asst. Professor, PG College, Balaghat
2.
Tanushree Singh
Director, Royal higher Secondary School
3.
Shibani Basu Dubey
Asst. Professor, Mata Gujari College, Jabalpur
4.
Usha Masram
Asst. Professor, Science College, Jabalplur
5.
Neelu Raghuwanshi
Asst. Professor, Mahakoshal College, Jabalplur
6.
Samta Naidu
Asst. Professor, Mahakoshal College, Jabalplur
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7.
Dr. Alok Chansoria
Professor, Hawabagh College, Jabalpur
8.
Dr. Neelanjana Pathak
Head, English deptt., St. Aloysius, College, JBP
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years): Nil
45.
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes:
Teaching/ training
Course-wise no. of
methods
students
The teaching is done to
M.A. 09
Gadgets used
% of total work load as per
(if any)
time table
Projectors
100
Power point presentation
and lecture method.
46.
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?
 Department ensures achievement of programme objectives and monitoring of learning outcomes through
a feedback system which is received from students.
 The results of the students are also monitored to ensure that the learning outcomes are constantly
achieved.
47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities: NIL
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department:
The students undertake various projects and visit various departments for
performing scholarly activity.
49.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies. If yes,
give details:
50.
Nil
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied: The department has contributed towards generating new knowledge through its alumni,
who are performing their best in their respective fields of work.
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51.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department:
Strength

Providing an appropriate ambience for Learning.

Class rooms with open air and light facilities are available.

Audio-visual equipments are available in the department for better teaching learning
process.

Specific focus in enhancing communication skills and Linguistic Proficiency of
Students.
Weakness
Opportunities

Regular teaching faculty is not available to take care of the students.

Language lab is not available

If faculty is available, the department can run different certificate and diploma courses for
English teaching, linguistics and Phonetics, Modern grammar, translation skills etc.
Challenges

English is very demanding subject in schools and colleges. Department will take care of
the students so that they can be ideal teachers in future
52.
Future plans of the Department:
 Department is proposing a diploma course in Functional English in the pattern of CIEFL
Hyderabad, this course will improve the learners proficiency in the English Language . This course
will give opportunity to learners to practice the skills of speaking, reading, writing, grammar and
study skills so that they can function in English in Social and Academic Spheres. It will also
acquaint the learners with some professional skill which will prepare them for job.
 Research Methodology Diploma course is also proposed.
 The classroom accommodation in the department at present is inadequate which is to be improved
like smart classrooms.
 For intensive academic work, the library will be updated.
 Certain basic infrastructure facilities such as filtered mineral water, Wi-Fi facilities are proposed.
 A good sound system, color laser printing facility and scanning facility are proposed.
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Evaluative Report of Department of P. G. Studies and Research in
Geography
1.
Name of the Department
: Department of P.G. Studies and Research in Geography
2.
Year of establishment
: 2008
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Social Science
4.
Names of programs offered:
Course/programme
Degree awarded
Subject combinations
Post Graduation
M.A.
Urban Geography, Geography of India, Economic Geography,
GIS and RS, Research Methodology.
M. Phil.
Ph.D.
GIS and RS, Research Methodology
Urban Geography, Geography of India, Economic Geography,
GIS and RS, Environmental Geography, Tribal Studies and
Geomorphology.
Research.
D. Litt.
Environmental Geography, Tribal Studies.
During the last four years, how many new programmes at UG and PG levels were introduced? Give detail:
Inter-disciplinary
 Programs in emerging areas
5.
M.A. /M.Sc.
:
GIS and Remote Sensing
Interdisciplinary programs and departments involved:
Tribal Studies, Economics,
6.
:
Sociology, Pol Sc.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions etc.:
Yes
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons: Nil
8.
Examination
System:
Annual/Semester/Trimester/Choice
Based
Credit
System:
Semester
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9.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments :
a)
Academic flexibility and modules of the programme
b)
Does the department offer self-funded programmes
If yes, how many courses (Numbers only) :
c)
:
Yes
Yes
1
Does the department offer Inter/multidisciplinary programmes in
emerging areas (numbers only)
:
4
d)
Does the department offer Programmes with Semester and Trimester (numbers only)
:
Sem. 1
e)
Does the department offer Programmes with choice based credit system (numbers only) :
f)
Does the department offer Programmes with Core and Elective options?
g)
Does the department offer Courses in modular form combining the conventional and distance mode of education
Yes
:
(numbers only)
Yes
:4
h) Does the department offer Academic flexibility by way of twinning programmes (link or combined as a pair):
Yes
i)
Inventory of programmes offered to the colleges
:
Unified Programs
j)
Programmes for international students
:
Commons
k)
flexibility to change from one discipline to another :
Yes
l)
facilities for credit transfer for migratory students :
Yes
m) Latest revision of the curriculum (year) and frequency there of M. Phil. What percentage of courses
underwent a syllabus revision?
: As per the new guidelines
n) Curriculum development procedures: systematic need assessment, feedback; Employability, Innovation,
Research
:
Yes
o) bodies and the civil society; facilitating introduction new programmes; skill-oriented programmes;
value-added courses; Targeting international students :
p)
Yes
Curricular feedback from national international faculty/scholars (no. of persons with proper documents), affiliated
institutions (no. with proper documents), other quality enhancement measures:
10.
Yes
Number of teaching posts (sanctioned, filled and actual):
Sanctioned
(number)
Filled (number)
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Professor
1
-
-
-
-
Assistant Professors
2
-
-
-
-
Guest Faculty
4
-
3
-
-
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11.
Faculty profile
Name
Qualification
Designation
No. of years
No. of Ph.D./
of
M.Phil. students guided
experience
in last four years
Specialization
Permanent Faculty:- Nil
Other Categories:Prof. Vivek
Ph. D.
Prof.
Pol. Sc.
23
05
Ph. D.
Prof.
Geography
30
05
Astt. Prof.
Geography
27
Mishra
Prof. Kamlesh
Mishra
Dr. Lokesh
Ph. D., D. Litt.
50 (Ph.D. + M.Phill)
Shrivastava
Dr. Preeti Pandey
Ph. D.
Gu. Fac.
Geography
-
-
Archna Namdeo
M.A., Ph. D.
Gu. Fac.
Geography
3
-
Gu. Fac.
Geography
-
-
Submitted
Prachi Tiwari
M.A., M. Phil.
12.
List of Emeritus Professors / Adjunct Faculty / Visiting fellows:
13.
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty–programme-wise information: 40%
14.
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Programme
Nil
Total no. of
Total no. of
Ratio of
% of workload taken
students
faculty engaged
teachers to
by temporary faculty
students
M.A. (Pre.)
15
5
1:3
40
M.A. (Final)
5
5
1:1
40
M. Phil. (I, II)
8
3
1:2.7
-
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15.
Ph. D.
16
2
1:8
-
Total
44
6
1:7.3
40
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual.
 In the Dept. of Geography there were 2 Actual Administrative staff and 2 others were filled. They are
shown in the form of following table:
Academic Support Staff
Sanctioned (number)
Administrative
16.
Filled (number)
Actual (number)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
-
-
1
1
1
1
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies
 Tourism Geography.
 Environmental Geography.
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects
Type of
Year
Projects
Title of
Name of the
Project-wise
Name of faculty
the project
funding
amount of the
member
(faculty-wise)
agency
Grant
Prof Kamlesh
Socioeconomics
ICSSR
B. Other agencies – national
Major
projects
2013
Mishra
Disparities
68
lakh(Proposed)
among tribal in
Central India
Dr. Lokesh
Tourist Circuits
Shrivastava
of Narbada
ICSSR
8.40 lakh
ICSSR
8.1 lakh
Basin
Prof. V.K.
Agriculture
Shrivastava
Pattern in
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Pradesh
Dr. P. Shrivastava
Tourist
ICSSR
7.2 lakh
Management in
North Central
India
18.
List details of completed projects under following heads:
 The following table gives details on the Research projects completed and grants received during the last
four years
Year
Name of faculty member
Title of project
Name of the
Project-wise
(faculty-wise)
funding
amount of the
agency
Grant
Funded by National agencies:-
2011
Dr. Lokesh Shrivastava
‘Baiga Janjati me
& Dr. Ritu Rani
Swasth
UGC
95,000/-
Ekal Vidhyalay
Ekal
3,00,000/-
Impect Assisment
Foundation
Sanrakshar
Pranali’
Funded by International agencies:2011
19.
Dr. Lokesh Shrivastava
List recognitions such as UGC-SAP, CAS, Department with Potential for Excellence, DSTFIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc. with total grant received: Nil
20.
List Research facility: Yes
21.
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies: Nil
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22.
Publication
a. Number of papers and books published in peer reviewed journals (national / international). Please
append a list of only peer reviewed papers per faculty member in scholarly journals in following format
(last four years) in chronological order

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Ritu Rani (Jan 2004) “Baiga Janjati Ka Samajik Parivesh”. Van
Badu, Masik Patrika, Delhi.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Ritu Rani (2004) “Gond Janajati main madai avam Mele ka mahtva”
Vanswar Vansahita Shodh Patrika, Jabalpur.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Ritu Rani (2005) “Janjatiya Mahilaon Main Shiksha Ka Star” Uttar
Bharat Bhugol Patrika, Gorakhpur (U.P.) June Vol. IInd.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Ritu Rani (2005) “Gond Janajati Me Svasthya Sevaao Ka Uapayog”
Vansvar Vansahitya Patrika, Jabalpur.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Ritu Rani (2005) “Janjatiyon Men Shasakiya Svasthya Sewaye”.
Govt. K.N.K. college Patrika Balaghat (M.P.).

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Ritu Rani (2005) “Medicinal Plant and its use” Indian Geo-journal,
Department of Geography, S.B.S. College University of Delhi New Delhi.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Jat Neetu (June 2006), “Jabalpur nagar ke Bhoomi Upyog Pratiroop
ka Bhogolik Adhyyan”, Uttar Bharat ki Bhoogol Patrika, Gorakhpur.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Dr. Ritu Rani (2007), “Baiga Jati Ka Badalta Sanskritik Parivesh”
Uttar Bharat Bhugol Patrika, Gorakhpur (U.P.), Vol, 37 No 4 December.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Dr. Ritu Rani (2008), “An Appraisal of Medicinal Plants and its use
amongst the Baiga Tribes of Madhya Pradesh”, Accepted for Publication in Journal of Human
Welfare and Ecology, Morena, (M.P.).

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Dr. Ritu Rani (2008), “ Baiga Janjati me Godna Pratha”, Uttar Bharat
Bhugol Patrika, Gorakhpur (U.P.).

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Dr. Ritu Rani (2008), “Baiga Janjati me Ahar Pranali” “Janjati
Paridrishya”, University Publication New Delhi.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Dr. Ritu Rani (2008), “Tribal Population of Dindori District of
Madhya Pradesh”, “Tribal Scenario”, Editor- Dr. Lokesh Shrivastava Shree Publication &
Distributors, New Delhi.
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
Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Dr. Ritu Rani (2008), “Janjatiya Chhatron Mein Madak Padarthon ka
Seven”, Bulletein of the Tribal Research Institute, Bhopal, Vol, 48.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Dhurvey Shalini (2009) “Urban Transformation of Gond Tribes in
Madhya Pradesh” Allahabad.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Dr. Ritu Rani (2010), “Janjatiya Mahilaon ka Swasthya Star” ”,
Bulletein of the Tribal Research Institute, Bhopal.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Jat Neetu (Sep. 2010), “Jabalpur nagar ka Bhukamp Prabandhan
Zaruri”, Science India Vigyan ki Patrika Bhpol.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Dhurvey Shalini (2010) “Chhindwara Jilay ka Adiwsi Vikas
Pariyojnao ke
Antargat Shiksha Sambandhi Vikas Pariyojnao kay Adhyan” Vanaswar
Gorakhpur.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Jat Neetu (June, 2011), “Peya Jalapurti : Jabalpur nagar ka Bhukamp
Prabandhan”, Jal Prabandhan Shodh Patrika, Rajasthan, Neem Khetana, ISSN 0975.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Jat Neetu (2011), “Japan Sonami 2011”, Science India Vigyan ki
Patrika, Bhopal. Vol.5.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Mansuri Shahida, (Jan-2012) “Madhya Pradesh ki Aadiwasi
Mahilaon ka Swasthya Star”, ‘Matadarsh’ Samaj ViGyan & Vanijya ki Journal, Delhi ISSN
0974-9888.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Mansuri Shahida, (2012) “Madhya Bharat ki Janjatiyon me Prajnan
Sanrachna” ‘Vanaswar, Aadiwasi Shodh Patrika, Jabalpur (M.P.)

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Mansuri Shahida, (June-2013) “Madhyapradesh me Baal Swasthya
avem Poshan” ‘Journal Integrated development & Research, Ballia (U.P.), Vol. 9, ISSN-22492852.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Namdeo Archna (2012) “Resource perception And technology of
Arunachal Pradesh : Reading in population environment and spatial planning” Research
book, Panchkula Haryana, ISSN-978819201400.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Upadhyay Anita (June 2012) “Tapman me Parivartan ka bhogolik
adhyan” Bhootal Digdarshan, Bhogolik Vikas Shodh Sansthan, Gorakhpure, U.P. ISSN 09760768.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Jat Neetu (2012), “Sanskardhani Jabalpur nagar me Jal Prabandhan
evam Sambhavnayen”, Manviki, U.P., Vol. 3.
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
Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Jat Neetu (2012), “Malin Bastiyon ka adhyyan : Samajik Avnayan ke
Bhogolik Aayam”(Jabalpur nagar ke Sandarbh me), Social Development, Jharkand Ranchi,
Vol. 3.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh (2013), Janjatiyo me Janam se Sambandhit Avadharnaye”, ‘Manviki’
Shodh Patrika, New Delhi.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Jat Neetu (Apr.2013), “Aadiwasi mahilayen : Paryavaran Sanrakshan
(Arunachal Pradesh ke Sandarbh me), Social Development, Jharkand Ranchi, Vol. 5, ISSN
0975.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Namdeo Archana, (2012-2013) “Sustainable Development of
Environment
through organic farming : A Geographical Study of Tawang district of
Arunachal Pradesh” Indian Journal of Environment and Development, Lucknow, U.P. Vol. 3,
ISSN 22490043.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Namdeo Archana, (Apr.-June 2013) “A Geographical Study of
resource and technology of Arunachal Pradesh” International Journal for Social development,
Institute for Social development and research, Ranchi, Jharkhand, Vol. 1, ISSN 23209283.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Namdeo Archana, (Dec. 2013) “A Geographical Conservation of
Biodiversity in Arunachal Pradesh : An example of sustainable development” Research
Strategy, Kanpur, U.P, Vol. 1, ISSN 23209283.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Upadhyay Anita (Dec.2013), “Kanha Rastriya Uddyan me Jaiv
vividhta Sanrakshan ka bogolik adhyan”(Aher Prajatiyon ke Sandarbh me), Sodh samiksha or
Mulankan, Motinagar Jaipur, ISSN 0972-2832.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Upadhyay Anita (May 2014), “Madhya Pradesh ke Paryatan Vikas
me Kanha Rastriya Uddyan ki bhumica” Research link, Inore, ISSN 0973-1628.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Jat Neetu (Apr.2014), “Janjati Structure in Banswara district”
International Research Journal of Management New Delhi, Vol. 5,

ISSN 2277.
Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Sisodiya Harsha (2014), “Arth Vyavastha me Vanotpadon ki Bhumika
(Jila Balaghat ke Sandarbh me)” The Journal of Environment Culture and Development,
Jabalpur, M.P.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Dhurvey Dr. Shalini (2014), “Level of Industrial Development :
Chhindwara District” The Journal of Environment Culture and Development, Jabalpur, M.P.
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Books

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, (2005), “Tribes of Narmada Valley” Shri Publication, New Delhi.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Dr. Ritu Rani (2006), “Aushdhiya Paudhe” University Publication,
New Delhi, ISBN 81-7555-113-5.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, (2007), “Tribal Scenario” University Publication, New Delhi.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, (2010), “Madhya Pradesh ka Bhoogol” Sharda Pustak Bhawan,
Allahabad, ISBN 978-93-80285-15-3.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Dr. Ritu Rani (2010), “Janjatiya Swasthy” University Publication,
New Delhi, ISBN 978-81-7555-276-0.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Shrivastava Dr. Jyoti, Jat Neetu (2012), “Paryavaran Adhyyan evam
Prabandhan” Sharda Pustak Bhawan, Allahabad, ISBN 978-93-80285-91-7.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Jat Neetu (2012), “Paryavaran Adhyyan evam Prabandhan” Sharda
Pustak Bhawan, Allahabad, ISBN 978-93-80285-88-7.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Namdeo Archana (2012) “Bharat Ka Bhoogol” Sharda Pustak
Bhawan, Allahabad, ISBN 978-93-80285-91-7.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Dhurvey shalini (2012), “Aarthik Bhoogol” Sharda Pustak Bhawan,
Allahabad, ISBN 978-93-80285-94-8.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Dr. Ritu Rani, Mansuri Shahida (2013), “Prayogic Bhoogol” (III & IV
Sem.) Sharda Pustak Bhawan, Allahabad.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Dr. Ritu Rani, Mansuri Shahida (2013), “Prayogic Bhoogol” (V & VI
Sem.) Sharda Pustak Bhawan, Allahabad.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Dr. Ritu Rani, Mansuri Shahida (2014), “Prayogic Bhoogol” (I & II
Sem.) Sharda Pustak Bhawan, Allahabad.

Shrivastava Dr. Lokesh, Mishra Dr. Kamlesh, Upadhyay Anita (2014), “Paristhitik Tantra ka
Jivent Uddhran : Kanha Rastri Uddyan ” Shri Publication, New Delhi.
Authors’ names
Title of the
Journal’s name
paper
Prof. Kamlesh Mishra
Total no of
National
papers 12
Dr. Lokesh Shrivastava
Total no of
National
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papers 25
b. Books edited
:
c. Books with ISBN with details of publishers
:
24 (Prof. Kamlesh Mishra 24 books edited)
19
23.
Details of patents and income generated
:
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated
: Yes (Honorary) GIS and Remote Sensing
25.
Faculty selected nationally / internationally to visit other laboratories / Institutions /
26.
Nil
industries in India and abroad
:
Nil
Faculty serving in
:
Yes
Prof. Kamlesh Mishra is also Director of UGC, ACS, Director Distance Education,
Dr. Lokesh Srivastava is serving in Department of Tribal Studies, Dy. Director and Distance Education
27.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs)
Academic Staff Development Programmes
Name of faculty
Period
Refresher courses
Dr. Lokesh Shrivastava
3 Weeks
Other criteria of faculty recharging strategies:Activity
Name of faculty
Invitation as resource persons in Workshops / Seminars /
Prof. Kamlesh Mishra
Conferences organized by external professional agencies?
Dr. Lokesh Shrivastava
Participation in external Workshops / Seminars /
Prof. Kamlesh Mishra
Conferences recognized by national / international
Dr. Lokesh Shrivastava
professional bodies?
Presentation of papers in Workshops / Seminars /
Prof. Kamlesh Mishra
Conferences conducted or recognized by professional
Dr. Lokesh Shrivastava
agencies?
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Have teaching experience in other universities / national
Yes
institutions and other institutions?
28.
Have industrial engagement?
Yes
Have other professional experience
Yes
Number of student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies
(agency names)
 Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter-departmental projects
:
All M. Phil. Students every year complete the Dissertations.
 Percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with other universities/Industry/ institute
:
50%
29.
Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level:
Name of the professional
Nature of Awards/ national/
Bestowing
Month and year of
bodies
international recognitions
Organization
recognition
2
Postdoctoral fellows
UGC
2013
ICSSR
30.
Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops /sensitizing programmes organized and the source of
funding (national / international) with details of some eminent persons invited:
Seminars/
Conferences/Wo
Period
Funding
Name of one/two
source
eminent person
rkshps /
(National/
sensitizing
International)
invited
Programmes
Prof. H. N. Mishra Chairman NAGI
3
2 Days
National
each
Prof. L.M. Ram VC (Ex)
Prof. Y.G. Joshi Chairman NAGI
Prof. R.K. Rai Chairman NAGI
6
-
National
Prof. Kamlesh Mishra
Dr. Lokesh Shrivstava
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31.
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments: Nil
32.
Programme-wise demand ratio:
Name of the Programme
Applications
Selected
Received
Demand ratio
(Current year)
Male
Female
Male
Female
PG
196
31
16
1:3
1:6
M. Phil.
123
51
40
1:2
1:1
Ph.D.
150
46
32
1:2
1:1
Any other (please specify) D.
01
01
-
1:1
0
Litt.
33.
Diversity of students:
Name of the
% of
% of students
% of students
% of
Programme
students
from other
from universities
students
(Separately for UG,
from the
universities
outside the State
from other
same
within the
university
State
PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
countries
D.Sc., D.Litt., etc.)
34.
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
M.A./ M. Sc.
30
30
30
30
12
08
00
00
M. Phil.
30
30
30
30
10
10
00
00
Ph. D.
30
30
30
30
10
10
00
00
D. Litt.
100
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise (last four
years)?
Examination
Applied (no.) (Female in
Qualified (no.) (Female in
Percentage (Female in
brackets)
brackets)
brackets)
ST
SC
OBC
Gen
ST
SC
OBC
Gen
ST
SC
OBC
Gen
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UGC-CSIR NET
1
Central/ State
1
1
1
(1)
2(1)
Services
Defence Entrance
1
Any other (specify)
35.
1(1)
1
1(2)
Student progression: Yes
Student Progression
36.
37.
(1)
Number
% against enrolled
PG to M.Phil.
30
25
PG to Ph.D.
20
25
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
02
10
Diversity of staff:
% of faculty from
% of faculty from other
% of faculty from
% of faculty from other
the
universities
Universities outside the State
countries
Same university
within the State
05
01
0
0
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period
 D. Litt. (Geography) – Dr. Lokesh Shrivastava - 2012
How many faculty members were appointed to teach new programmes during the last four
years?
 3 Guest faculties every year.
38.
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities as Y/N with regard to
Department has a 04 classrooms. Departments also maintain a separate library that has
over 600 titles
of graduate/reference books, and back volumes of journals. On-line access to e-journals and books is
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available in every research laboratory/faculty chamber through INFLIBNET service of the UGC. The
department offers Internet facilities for staff and students. Department also have LCD projector, OHP,
DVD player, TV with cable connection and Slide projector. Computer-student ratio is 4:10. Departments
also maintain a separate library. Department has separate 1 Students’ laboratories and 1 Research
laboratory.
39.
List of post-doctoral, doctoral students and Research Associates 3 + 16 + 6 = 25
Post-Doctoral
-
3
Dr. Lokesh Shrivastava
D. Litt. In Geography awarded
Dr. Shalini Dhurvey
Awarded the Post Doctoral Fellowship from UGC, New Delhi
Dr. Neetu Jat
Awarded the Post Doctoral Fellowship from ICSSR, New Delhi
Doctoral
:
16
Research Associates
:
06
Total
:
25
From the host institution/university :
All
40.
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University:
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s) :
48
Yes, Internal monthly assessment and Semester
If so, highlight the methodology  Interview, Class room tests, Group Discussion, Presentation, Power Point presentation, Chart, model.
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from?
D. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the department utilize
the feedback: Yes
E. Students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does the department utilize the
feedback: Yes
F. Alumni and employers on the programmes offered and how does the department utilize the feedback: Yes
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43.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) University alumni
association:
(1) Dr. Sangeeta Washingtan
(2) Dr. Ritu Rani
(3) Dr. D.K. Mishra
(4) Dr. Anita Upadhyay
(5) Dr. Shalini Dhurwey
(6) Dr. Arti Vishvakarma
(7) Dr. Neetu Jat
44.
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years)
45.
Course-wise no. of
Special lectures/
No. of external experts
Total working
students participated
workshops / seminar
involved
hours utilized
Total no of student 62
Special Lecture,
20 Professor of
1.5hrs each lecture
Workshops, Seminar
eminence were involved
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty for different
programmes:
46.
Teaching/ training
Course-wise no. of
Gadgets used (if
% of total work load as per time
methods
students
any)
table
Field Work
All Courses
ICT
100%
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?
 To cover the syllabi and research work.
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47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities: Yes
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department:
Yes
 Example: New technologies deployed by the department in enhancing student learning and evaluation
during the last four years
 Practices to encourage and monitor graduate aptitudes (academic abilities, personal qualities and
transferable skills among students) – with some examples
(Briefly mention specific examples as to how these linkages can be promoted)
 Curriculum development
 Internship
 On-the-job training
 Faculty exchange and development
 Research
 Publication
 Consultancy
 Extension
 Student placement
49.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If
yes, give details: No
50.
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied:
The Department of Geography has contributed in generating new knowledge in: Tribal Studies
 Environmental Geography
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51.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department.
Strength
 Good teaching and practical training
 Quality Research Activities
 Intensive Filed work
 Socio Economic studies
Weakness
 insufficient instrument and operators
 insufficient computer
 Lack of Modern software research Design GIS/ RS
Opportunities
 This is the only department in the state amongst the state universities offering opportunities in
higher studies in the subject of Geography.
 This is the only research centre in the state offering the M. Phil., Ph. D. and D. Litt. in the
subject Geography.
 GIS and Remote sensing laboratory with modern technology and soft ware is going to be
established with the help of DST
Challenges
 Managing multi lingual and regional student.
 Inspire of feeder line the department manages to attract students from other institution and
regions for admission.
 Infrastructure requirement.
 High end sophisticated equipments and apparatus.
52.
Future plans of the Department:
 To start the New-courses in emerging fields like GIS and Remote Sensing.
 To develop a well equipped computerized laboratory for GIS and Remote Sensing.
 To develop the smart class room.
 Regular faculty.
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Evaluative Report of Department of P. G. Studies and Research in
Hindi and Linguistics
1.
Name of the Department
: Department of P.G. Studies and Research in Hindi and Linguistics
2.
Year of establishment
: 1961
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Arts
4.
Names of programmes offered:
Course/programme
Post Graduation
Research
Degree awarded
M.A. Hindi
Subject combinations
Hindi Literature ( Poetry, Philosophy,
Language, Folk Literature)
M. Phil Hindi
-do-
Ph.D.
-do-
D.Litt.
-do-
During the last four years, how many new programmes at UG and PG levels were introduced? Give
details:
Inter-disciplinary Pre. M.Phill and Pre Ph.D. Course Programmes in emerging areas
5.
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involve
:
Yes
With Sociology, Sanskrit, Philosophy, History, Women Studies.
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions etc : Yes
Research collaboration with Kandry Hindi Sansthan, New Delhi.
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons
:
Yes
The Language learning Certificate course was discontinued because of Lake of Faculties
8.
Examination System: Annual/Semester/Trimester/Choice Based Credit System: Semester
system.
9.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments :
a)
Does the department offer self-funded programmes? If yes, how many courses? (Numbers only)?
b)
Does the department offer Inter/multidisciplinary programmes in emerging areas (numbers only)?
:
:
02
01, PG Programme.
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c)
Does the department offer Programmes with Annual System (numbers only)?
:
01
d)
Does the department offer Programmes with Semester and Trimester (numbers only)?
:
2 Semester
e)
Does the department offer Programmes with Core and Elective options?
:
Yes
f)
Does the department offer Academic flexibility by way of twinning programmes (link or combined as a pair) : Year
certificate Course in hindi teaching Programme.
g)
Programmes for international students : One, one year certificate course in hindi teaching programme
h) Courses for slow and disadvantaged learners, bridge courses
:
Yes
:
Yes
:
Yes, 20%
Extra classes for the disadvantaged learner (Mr. Mukesh Patel is in Final M.A. Hindi)
i)
Flexibility to change from one discipline to another
j)
Latest revision of the curriculum (year) and frequency there of year 1913
What percentage of courses underwent a syllabus revision?
k)
Curriculum development procedures: systematic need assessment, feedback; Employability, Innovation,
Research
l)
:
Yes, BOS and Central BOS
Use the guidelines of the regulatory bodies; interaction with industry, research bodies and the civil
society; facilitating introduction newprogrammes; skill-oriented programmes; value-added courses;
Targeting international students
:
Yes, Language teaching courses are continued
m) Use the guidelines of the regulatory bodies; interaction with industry, research bodies and the civil
society; facilitating introduction new programmes.
10.
Number of teaching posts (sanctioned, filled and actual):
Sanctioned
(number)
11.
Filled (number)
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Professor
01
01
01
01
01
Associate Professors
02
00
00
00
00
Assistant Professors
03
00
00
00
00
Others (Guest Fac.)
2
2
-
-
-
Faculty profile:
No. of years No. of Ph.D./ M.Phil.
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
of
students guided in last
experience four years
Permanent Faculty:-
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12.
Dr.
Sushma
Dubey
M.A., Bed,
Ph.D
Professor
Modern Poetry
Prose flolk
literture
37
10
Dr. T.N.
Shukla
M.A. Ph.D.
D.Lit
Professor
Linguistics and
Medieval Poetry
33
03
List of senior Visiting Fellows, Adjunct Faculty, Emeritus Professors:
List of Visiting fellow from other Universities 1.
Dr. Om Prakesh Valmik Chandra 86, Isiwar Vihar Fag- 2, LandPura , Dehradoon
2.
Prof. Chouthi Ram Yadev, B.H.U. Banarash
3.
Prof. Shyam Sundar Dubey, Director Mukti Bhodh SujanPethi Shri ChandiJiVard, Hata Demoh
(M.P.)
4.
Prof. Sudhakar Singh, B.H.U. Banarash
5.
Prof. Baliraj Pandey, H.O.D. Hindi Kashi hindu Vishwavidyalaya
6.
Dr. Yogendra Nath Sharma, Reth Principal Member Sahitya Ademaic,New Delhi
7.
Prof. Sesharatnam , H.O.D. Hindi Andha V.V. Vishkhapattnam
8.
Dr. Ram Chabila Tripathi (Retd. Professor) Bhopal
9.
Dr. Pursotam Dubey.(Reth. Professor) Indore.
10. Dr. Satya ketu sankrat, Hindi Deptt. Dr. Bhimraw Ambedkar, V.V. New Delhi
11. Prof. S.C. Jaiswal , Allhabad V.V. Allhabad.
List of visiting fellow from R.D.V.V. Jablpur
1.
Dr. O.P. Trivedi (Rertd. Professor M.K.B. College, Jabalpur)
2.
Dr. Nisha Tiwai (Rertd. Prinicpal M.K.B. College, Jabalpur)
3.
Dr. C.S.S. Thukur (Professor Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur)
4.
Dr. Rajkumar Daffu (Professor Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur)
5.
Dr. P.V. Sen Gupta (Professor Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur)
6.
Dr. R.L. Gupta (Rertd. Professor, Jabalpur)
7.
Dr. Vibha Mishra (Astt. Professor Govt. Mahakoshal College, Jabalpur)
8.
Dr. Usha Dubey (H.O.D. Hindi M.K.B. College, Jabalpur)
9.
Dr. Arun Shukla (Astt. Professor Govt. Mahakoshal College, Jabalpur)
10. Dr. Vinita Tiwari (Computer operator Computer Centre , R.D.V.V.Jabalpur)
11. Dr. Manish Jain (Centre Library , R.D.V.V.Jabalpur)
12. Dr. Mamta Tiwari (H.O.D. Hindi Deptt. Mata Gujri Mahila College, Jabalpur)
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13.
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty –programme-wise information:
 By visiting faculty, 10%,
14.
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Total no. of
students
Total no. of
faculty engaged
M.A.
7+6
01
Ratio of
teachers to
students
1/13
M.Phil
18
01
1/18
Pre. Ph. D.
Course
Ph.D.
36
01
1/30
50
20
20/50
D.Lit.
03
01
1/03
Programme
15.
Temporary
appointed
Temporary
appointed
Temporary
appointed
Temporary
appointed
Temporary
appointed
faculty is not
faculty is not
faculty is not
faculty is not
faculty is not
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual
:
Yes
Academic Support
Staff
16.
% of workload taken by
temporary faculty
Sanctioned (number)
Filled (number)
Actual (number)
Male
Female
Male
Female
-
-
-
-
Technical
01
Administrative
01 - L.D.C.
01
-
-
-
01 - Peon
00
01
-
-
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies
:
Yes
 Modern Poetry and fiction
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding
agencies and c) Total grants received:
:
Title of
Type of
Projects
Year
Name of faculty
member
the project
(faculty-
Name of
the
funding
Yes
Projectwise
amount of
the
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agency
Grant
A. University awarded projects: Nil
B. Other agencies – national
Minor
projects
2006-
Dr. Sushma Dubey
2009
Rajiv Gandhi
Cratch
Monitering
Scheme for MP
&
ChhatisGarah
Mahila aur
Baal Vikaas
Mantralaya,
New Delhi
Rs. Lakh
9,12,000/-
18.
List details of completed projects under following heads: Nil
19.
List recognitions such as UGC-SAP, CAS, Department with Potential for Excellence,
DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc. with total grant received: Ni
Programme
Bijlesh
Kumar
Dhurve
NET/JRFRajiv
Ganddhi
Research
Fellowship for
SC/CT student
Yogita
Rawte
Rajiv Ganddhi
Research
Fellowship for
SC/CT student
Shashikesh
Sankoliya
NET/JRF
Sanju
Jhariya
Research
Fellowship for
SC/CT student
Mahitap
Singh
Dhurvey
20.
Title of the
programme
and ref. no.
Year of
sanction
and
duration
Name of the
agency
Total
financial
outlay of the
programme
2008 to
2012
U.G.C.
5,50,000/-
2009 to
2012
2009 to
2012
funding
Two significant
outcomes or
breakthroughs
achieved
5,50,000/-
5,50,000/
2013
Rajiv Ganddhi
Research
Fellowship for
SC/CT student
2013
2,50,000/-
List Research facility / centre:
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Yes, Hindi Department is having a well established language lab, Library with 1200 titles and 400
Research Volumes, latest magazines related to Research in Hindi literature, linguistic and folk
literature.
21.
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies :
Yes -A well established language lab. This is a special facility for SC/ST students coming from remote
Tribal area.
22.
Publications
Dr. Suhsha Dubey 1-
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Journals –
 International Journal for Women's Studies, Vol.-1, Number-1, March 2008, Editor- Dr. Sushma
Dubey
 International Journal for Women's Studies, Vol.-2, Number-1, March 2009, Editor- Dr. Sushma
Dubey
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1. Dr. Sushma Dubey:
b. Monographs: Nil
c. Chapters in Books : Yes
1.
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2.
O;k[;k fof/k] ys[kd & ia- fouk;d jko] laiknd & MkW- lq"kek nqcs] 2005
3.
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4.
'kks/k vkys[k & ladyu & MkW- lq"kek nqcs] 2012 izdkf'kr
5.
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6.
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7.
vkdk'kok.kh fparu & MkW- lq"kek nqcs] 2012 izdkf'kr
8.
efgyk l'kfDRkdj.k ds u;s vk;ke & laiknd & MkW- lq"kek nqcs 2011
9.
fganh lkfgR; esa L=h& foe'kZ ,oa nfyr psruk & laiknd MkW - lq"kek nqcs] 2012
10. vuqla/kku dh izfof/k vkSj izfØ;k & laiknd & MkW- lq"kek nqcs] 2013
d. Books edited – List attached
e. Books with ISBN with details of publishers - List attached
f. Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities
International Complete, International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
g. Citation Index – range / average
: Nil
h. SNIP
: Nil
i. SJR
: Nil
j. Impact Factor – range / average
: Nil
k. h-index
: Nil
23.
Details of patents and income generated
: Nil
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated
: Yes
Honorary Weekly Consultancy is provided to the outside research Students
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25.
Faculty selected nationally / internationally to visit other laboratories / Institutions/
industries in India and abroad
26.
:
Nil
Faculty serving in
a.
National committees
Kendrya Hindi Sansthan, New Delhi
b.
International committees
c.
Editorial Boards
-1.
Publication of international Journal – Women
study centre 2008 / 2009
Vish leshhan 2005 R.D.V.V. Jabalpur
d.
Prof. Shushma Dubey -Editor for:
any other (please specify)
Mahila Sashaktikaran naye Ayam,
Ishtri Vimarsh avam Dalit Chetna,
Anushand ki Pravedhi aur Prakriya.
27.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs)
Academic Staff
Development Programmes
Refresher courses
Name of faculty
Period
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20/9/2011 to 09/10/2011
fganh lkfgR; esa L=h & foe'kZ ,oa nfyr
psruk
12/3/2012 to 31/3/2012
lkfgfR;d vuqla/kku dh izfof/k vkSj izfØ;k
11/2/2013 to 28/2/2013
Other criteria of faculty recharging strategies:
Activity
Name of faculty
Period
Participation in external Workshops / Seminars /
Conferences recognized by national / international
professional bodies?
Dr Sanjeev Singh
2009-10
Presentation of papers in Workshops / Seminars /
Conferences conducted or recognized by professional
agencies?
Prof. Rajeev Dubey
to
2013-14
2009-10
to
2011-12
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28.
Number of student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies
(agency names): Nil
29.
Awards / national/ international recognitions of professional bodies and agencies received
by faculty members, doctoral/ postdoctoral fellows and students during the last four
years
30.
:
Nil
Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level: Yes
Seminars/
Conferences/
Wokshps/
Sensitizing
Programmes
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vuqla/kku
dh izfof/k vkSj izfØ;k
Period
20/9/2011
to
09/10/2011
Funding
source
(National/
International)
U.G.C. ,
DELHI
NEW
Name of one/two
eminent person
invited
List of Visiting fellow from other
Universites –
Dr. Om Prakesh Valmik Chandra 86, Isiwar
Vihar Fag- 2, LandPura , Dehradoon
Prof. Chouthi Ram Yadev, B.H.U. Banarash
12/3/2012
to
31/3/2012
11/2/2013
to
28/2/2013
U.G.C. ,
DELHI
NEW
U.G.C. ,
DELHI
NEW
Prof. Shyam Sundar Dubey, Director Mukti
Bhodh SujanPethi Shri ChandiJiVard, Hata
Demoh (M.P.)
Prof. Sudhakar Singh, B.H.U. Banarash
Prof. Baliraj Pandey, H.O.D. Hindi Kashi
hindu Vishwavidyalaya
Dr. Yogendra Nath Sharma, Reth Principal
Member Sahitya Ademaic,New Delhi
Prof. Sesharatnam , H.O.D. Hindi Andha V.V.
Vishkhapattnam
Dr. Ram Chabila Tripathi (Retd. Professor)
Bhopal
Dr. Pursotam Dubey.(Reth. Professor) Indore.
Dr. Satya ketu sankrat, Hindi Deptt. Dr.
Bhimraw Ambedkar, V.V. New Delhi
Prof.S.C. Jaiswal Allhabad V.V. 1Allhabad.
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No. of organizing academic development programmes for faculty aimed at enriching the teaching/
learning process in last four years (this includes participation in Refresher/Orientation programmes by
ASC)
Programmes on curriculum development,
Funding
Period
teaching-learning methods, examination
reforms, content / knowledge
management, etc.
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source
U.G.C NEW
20/9/2011
to
09/10/2011
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DELHI
12/3/2012
to
31/3/2012
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Name of one/two
eminent person
invited
do
11/2/2013
to
28/2/2013
do
31.
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments
:
Number of students admitted in university departments in the last four academic years
Year
Level
SC
ST
OBC
Gen
Male
Female
Rural
Tribal
Handicapped
Blind
20072008
20082009
20092010
P.G.
03
02
03
06
06
08
02
01
14
21%
14%
21%
42%
42%
58%
14%
07%
M.PHIL
06
02
05
03
08
08
04
02
16
37%
12%
31%
18%
50%
50%
25%
12%
P.G.
02
NIL
07
08
11
06
04
01
01
17
12%
41%
47%
64%
35%
24%
06%
06%
M.PHIL
04
05
05
02
08
08
09
16
25%
31%
31%
12%
50%
50%
56%
P.G.
02
01
07
04
08
06
01
14
14%
07%
50%
28%
58%
42%
07%
M.PHIL
12
04
02
01
15
04
12
-
NIL
NIL
-
NIL
-
04
-
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20102011
20112012
32.
33.
19
63%
21%
10%
05%
78%
21%
63%
21%
P.G.
NIL
07
12
03
12
10
02
01
32%
54%
13%
54%
45%
09%
04%
22
M.PHIL
08
01
06
04
12
07
09
01
19
42%
05%
31%
21%
63%
36%
47%
05%
P.G.
01
NIL
06
03
06
04
NIL
NIL
10
10%
60%
30%
60%
40%
M.PHIL
05
06
06
03
07
13
10
06
20
25%
30%
30%
15%
35%
65%
50%
30%
-
01
10%
-
Programme-wise demand ratio:
Name of the
Applications
Programme
Received
Selected
Demand ratio
(Current year)
Male
Female
Male
Female
UG
PG
06
00
04
00
03
00
04
00
03
M.Phil.
Ph.D.
09
36
03
18
06
18
03
18
06
18
Diversity of students:
Name of the
Programme
(Separately for
UG, PG, M.Phil.,
Ph.D., D.Sc.,
D.Litt., etc.)
Ph.D.
PG
M.phil.
34.
-
% of students
from the same
university
Male
27
59.50
63.60
Female
56
40.49
36.64
% of students
from other
universities within
the State
Male
-
Female
-
% of students
from
universities
outside the
State
Male
3
-
Female
14
-
% of students
from other
countries
Male
-
Female
-
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise (last four
years)?
Examin
ation
Applied (no.)
Qualified (no.)
Percentage
(Female in brackets)
(Female in brackets)
(Female in brackets)
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35.
ST
SC
OBC
Gen
UGCCSIR
NET
04
06
04
04
Defense
Entrance
01
04
02
00
ST
SC
OBC
Gen
ST
01
01
01
01
25
00
02
00
00
00
SC
OBC
Gen
50
25
25
50
00
00
Student progression:
Student Progression
Number
% against enrolled
-
-
PG to M.Phil.
02
100%
PG to Ph.D.
06
100%
-
-
04
50%
UG to PG
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Employed Campus Selection (List the Employers and the
number of Companies who Visited the Campus During the
Last Four Years) Other than Campus Recruitment
36.
Diversity of staff: Nil
37.
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period
38.
:
Nil
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities as Y/N with regard to
Department has a 02 classroom. Department also have OHP and TV/VCP/Cable connection. Computerstudent ratio is 2:50. Departments also maintain a separate library. The department offers Internet
facilities for staff and students. The number of systems with individual configurations is 2. Number of
nodes/ computers with internet facility available is 2.
39.
List of post-doctoral, doctoral students and Research Associates (current academic year):
Student – 30
40.
a) From the host institution/university
:
21
b) From other institutions/universities
:
07
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University: 06
as Net- JRF and Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship
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41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s)?
: Yes
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from? Yes
43.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) University alumni
association:
S. No.
44.
Name
1.
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2.
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3.
MkW latqy
4.
MkW- f'kodqekj O;kl foHkkxk/;{k & fganh foHkkx] th-,l- dkWyst] tcyiqj
5.
MkW- fctys'k dqekj /kqosZ foHkkxk/;{k & fganh foHkkx] egkjk"Vª egk- tcyiqj
6.
MkW- dSjksyhu lSuh foHkkxk/;{k & fganh foHkkx] lsaV vyk;fl;l egk]tcyiqj
7.
MkW- vkjk/kuk flag lgk;d izk/;kid & fgrdkfj.kh efgyk egk- tcyiqj
8.
MkW- oanuk 'kqDyk ,lks- izkQ
s slj 'kkldh; foKku egk- tcyiqj
9.
MkW- ;ksfxrk jkors vfrfFk O;k[;krk] 'kkl- egkfo|ky;] cjsyk
10.
MkW- jktdqekj igkM+s vfrfFk izks- 'kkl- egk- fNUnokM+k
'kekZ foHkkxk/;{k & fganh foHkkx] lh-ih- efgyk] egkfo|ky;
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years)
Course-wise
Special lectures/
No. of external
Total working hours
no. of
Workshops / Seminar
experts involved
utilized
11
11
5 Houres
students
participated
100%
45.
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes:
Teaching/ training
methods
Course-wise no. of
students
Gadgets used (if any)
% of total work load as
per time table
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Class room teaching
06
Computers,
Using language lab
07
Tape
OHP.
Recorder
24 Period per week
and
09
30
46.
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?
47.
:
By meeting and discussions.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities
:
Yes
Different Rachna Paths are organized in the presence of Writers and Radio talk on Akashwani
Programmes.
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department
:
Yes
 Example: New technologies deployed by the department in enhancing student learning and
evaluation during the last four years:
-Language labs to increase the talking ability of the students of tribal belt especially for
pronunciation and grammer.
 Practices to encourage and monitor graduate aptitudes (academic abilities, personal qualities and
transferable skills among students) – with some examples:
-Project work is given to the students to enhance their vocabulary and writing skills, Debate
competition, way of communication.
Students are encouraged and all possible guidance is provided to them to master the computer. This
skill helps them immensely in all aspects of their good life.
49.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If
yes, give details: None.
50.
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied:
Department is giving training to the students for NET-JRF preparative classes every year, and so far 13
students qualified NET-JRF for those classes.
51.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department.
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Strength
 Qualified and Competent Faculty members.
 Computers with Internet facility for students & faculty members.
 Well established Language lab
 Well equipped Library facilities
 Regular classes and punctuality
Weakness
 Research component needs to be enhanced for additional Research.
 Teachers are required as at present shortfall is filled by visiting faculty for a
course in a semester.
Opportunities
 Language is very important component of all the courses and hence special
courses for upliftment of Functional Hindi in PG Classes is adapted
Challenges
 Recruitment of permanent faculties is an urgent need of the department.
To make aware for Hindi Linguistic to the students coming from remote areas
of the Tribal belt.
Increase the capacity of the Language Lab up to 40 students
To establish a separate lab for speech therapy.
Well equipped and furnished Lecture hall.
52.
Future plans of the Department:

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vks,pih] ikoj ikbaV izstsUVs'ku vkfn dk vf/kdkf/kd mi;ksx djuk.
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Evaluative Report of Department of P. G. Studies and Research in History
1.
Name of the Department
: Department of P.G. Studies and Research in History
2.
Year of establishment
: 1961
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Social Science.
4.
Names of programmes offered:
Course/programme
Degree awarded
Subject combinations
Post Graduation
M.A.
World History, History of Science and
Technology, History of tourism,
Historiography
Research
M.Phil.
History, sources of Indian History and
Research Methodology
Research
Ph.D.
Political, Social, Economic History and
Regional History of MP
5.
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involve:
Yes the department has done interdisciplinary research with Hindi department on Bhakti Movement
poets, and also with the Department of Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology on art History
and the department if is involved with Sociology and Tribal studies, Economics and Political Science.
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions etc: Nil
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons: Nil
8.
Examination System: Semester
 CBCS is under the process of adoption
9.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments : None
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10.
Number of teaching posts (sanctioned, filled and actual):
Sanctioned
(number)
11.
Filled (number)
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Professor
2
1
-
3
-
Associate Professors
2
-
-
-
-
Assistant Professors
3
2
-
Others (Guest Fac.)
2
-
-
1
1
Faculty profile:
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
No. of years
No. of Ph.D./
of
M.Phil. students
experience guided in last four
years
Permanent Faculty:Prof. J.P.Mishra
MA, Ph.D,
Professor
LLB
Modern
35yrs
Indian
02 Ph D
08 M Phil
History
Prof. Rajeev
MA, Ph.D
Professor
Dubey
07 Ph D
Modern
Indian
32yrs
09 M Phil
32yrs
02 Ph D
History
Prof. S.C.Sharma
MA,Ph.D
Professor
Mediaeval&
Modern
32 M Phil
Indian
History
Other categrories:
Dr. Sanjeev
M. A., Ph. D
Guest faculty
-
-
-
M. A., Ph. D
Guest faculty
-
-
-
Singh
Dr. (Miss.)
Neeti Bajpai
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12.
List of senior Visiting Fellows, Adjunct Faculty, Emeritus Professors:
Prof. Namvar Singh, Delhi
Prof. D. N. Jha, Patna
Prof. Ravindra Kumar, IGNOU
Prof. Vibha Upadhyaya, Jaipur
Prof. Ravindra Upadhyaya, Ujjain
13.
Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise information: 40%
14.
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Total no. of
Total no. of faculty
Ratio of teachers to
% of workload taken by
students
engaged
students
temporary faculty
M.A.
08
05
1:1.6
50%
M.Phil
15
03
1:5
-
Ph.D.
22
01
1:22
-
Programme
15.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual:
Academic Support Staff
Administrative
16.
Filled (number)
Actual (number)
Male
Female
Male
Female
2
1
2
1
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies: Yes
 Modern Indian History,
 National Movement
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 Socioeconomic History
 Tribal History
 Biographical works on patriots
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding
agencies and c) Total grants received:
18.
Nil
List details of completed projects under following heads:
In the session 2009-10, Prof. J. P. Mishra completed and submitted a MRP, titled, ' Selected
Papers of Seth Govind Das' , total fund outlay, Rs 80,000=00, financed by the Hitkarini Sabha,
Jabalpur
19.
Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC-SAP/CAS, DPE; DBT, ICSSR,
AICTE, etc.; total grants received:
 The ICHR has given recognition to the research activities of the department, in the
year2008-9 it gave Rs 1,84,500=00 to M Phil scholars as research grant, and Rs
3,90,000=00 to Ph D scholars as JRF grant.
 In the year 2009-10 it gave Rs 48,360=00 to M Phil scholars as research grant and Rs
2,46,000=00 to Ph D scholars as JRF grant.
 In the year 2010-11 it gave Rs 1,05,110=00 to M Phil scholars as research grant and Rs
8,08,000=00 to Ph D scholars as JRF grant.
 In the year 2011-12 it gave Rs 33,000=00 to M Phil scholars as research grant and and
Rs 3,10,400=00 to Ph D scholars as JRF grant.
 In the year 2012-13 it gave Rs 41,000=00 to M Phil scholars as research grant and and
Rs 5,92,000=00 to Ph D scholars as JRF grant.
20.
List Research facility / centre with
State recognition
Yes
National recognition
Yes
International recognition
Nil
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21.
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies:
Yes. Number of MoUs with institutions of national/international importance/other universities/
industries/corporate houses, etc? If yes, how have they enhanced the research and development
activities of the department? : The prominent Newspapers of Jabalpur who have MoU with our
department had given a good opportunity to the students for training and research.
The Department has collaboration with District Archeological Society.
The ICHR has recognized the research commitment of the students of the department and as a
result the department could produce a substantial M Phil and Ph D research of a fairly good
quality.
22.
Publications:
Publications in peer reviewed journals (national/international):
1. S.C. Sharma, Indo-US Nuclear Cooperation, Some Observations, (2010) A Journal Of Asia
For Democracy And Development, Vol. X, No.I 146-149
b. Monographs
:
Nil
c. Chapters in Books
:
Yes
d. Books edited
:
Yes
Prof.J.P. Mishra
Edited - Madhya Pradesh Hindi Granth Akademi Project ' Madhya Pradesh Ka Sanskritik Itihas
,Adhunik Kaal Vol III,( work in press)
Prof. Rajeev Dubey
Chapter ' Madhya Pradesh Mein Samachar Patron Ka Itihas' in Madhya Pradesh Hindi Granth
Akademi Project ' Madhya Pradesh Ka Sanskritik Itihas ,Adhunik Kaal Vol III,( work in press).
S.C. Sharma
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1.
Swami Ramkrishna Paramhansa, Swami Vivekananda Aur Ramkrishna Mission Ke
Karya',pgs-373-376,
in
book
'Vicharon
Ka
Itihas'(Ed.Dr.B.K.Shrivastava),SBPD
Publishing House Agra,(ISBN:81-7618-346-6),2010
2.
‘ Goa Mukti Andolan Ke Gauravshali Sopan, 1510-1961AD' pgs-33-39, in book 'Goa
Mukti Sangram Aur Madhya Pradesh Ke Satyagrahee'(Ed. Dr. R.N.Shrivastava) PublisherPrincipal, Mankunwarbai Girls Autonomous PG College, Jabalpur (ISBN-978-93-5067894-7), 2012
Dr. Sanjeev Singh
1.
'Water Management in Ancient India' (pg-19) in book 'Water Resources Management in
India- Problems and Prospects' (Ed. N.K. Shukla and Anshu Jain), Pointer Publisher,
Jaipur, (ISBN-978-81-7132-687-7),2012
2.
'Historical Tourism as a Sustainable Tourism in Madhya Pradesh' (pg-151), in book
'Bharat Mein Paryatan Uddhyog Ki Naveen Pravattiyan Aur Arthik Vikas' (Ed. Jagannath
Rajak and Narendra Shukla), Addhyan Publishers and Distributers, N Delhi, (ISBN-97881-8345-260-3),2011
3.
Rani Durgavati Ke Shasan Mein Jal Prabandhan' in book ' Bharat Mein Jal Sansadhan
Prabandhan, Samasya Aur Samadhan' (Ed. Dr. Narendra Shukla), Karan Paperbacks, N
Delhi,
(ISBN-978-93-81-759-00-4),2011
e. Books with ISBN with details of publishers
:
Nil
f. Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science,Scopus, Humanities
International Complete, International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) :
g. Citation Index – range / average
:
3
h. SNIP
:
Nil
i. SJR
:
Nil
j. Impact Factor – range / average
:
Nil
k. h-index
:
Nil
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23.
Details of patents and income generated
:
Nil
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated
:
Yes
Consultancy by faculty members individually and by the department as a unit in last four years (paid or
honorary)
Partner organizations (industries, Central/State Govt., NGO’s, Govt. Agencies including funding
agencies, Commissions, Press and Publications and like) : Distt. Election Office, Jabalpur

Nature of consultancy (technical report, common curricular development, process and product
designing, statistical analysis, demographic analysis, budgetary assistance, technical material analysis,
software and website development, editing and refereeing for journals, documentation and so on): S.C.
Sharma, Monitoring of election expenses of all 16 contestants of Jabalpur 98, North Constituency, in
the 2011 general election for MP Vidhan Sabha

Period of consultancy, any published and/or online document generated: 11.10.2011 to 13.01.14, data is
now on the election commission of India’s website.
25.
Faculty selected nationally / internationally to visit other laboratories / Institutions/
industries in India and abroad : Nil
26.
Faculty serving in:
a) National committees b) International committees c) Editorial Boards d) any other (please specify)
Prof. J.P. Mishra was member of the ICHR, and also member of the editorial board of the published
ICHR project, 'Martyrs of India', 2011.
Prof. Rajeev Dubey is member of editorial board for technical words dictionary for history, HRD
ministry, Govt. of India, N Delhi
27.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs): Yes
Academic Staff Development Programmes
Refresher courses
Name of faculty
Period
05
-
Other criteria of faculty recharging strategies:
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Activity
Name of faculty
Period
Invitation as resource persons in Workshops / Seminars /
Prof. J.P. Mishra
2008
Dr Sanjeev Singh
2009-10
Conferences
organized
by
external
professional
agencies?
Participation in external Workshops / Seminars /
Conferences recognized by national / international
to
professional bodies?
2013-14
Presentation of papers in Workshops / Seminars /
Prof. Rajeev Dubey
2009-10
Conferences conducted or recognized by professional
to
agencies?
2011-12
Prof.S.C.Sharma
2010,11and
2013
28.
Number of student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies
(agency names):
Yes. 25 students who have done in-house projects including interdepartmental projects
:
From the year 2008, project work was introduced in the PG syllabus, under this provision; every
student works as intern with some industry or institute for some time and submits report. This report
is evaluated by external and internal examiners and the scores are added for the student's overall
assessment.
29
Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level:
Name of the professional
Nature of Awards/ national/
Bestowing
Month and year of
bodies
international recognitions
Organization
recognition
Faculty member
Dr. Hari Singh Gour State Award for
MP COST
Prof. Rajeev Dubey
excellence in guiding research, (Rs.
Bhopal
Oct. 2013
50,000=00 in cash and citation)
30.
Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national
international) with details of outstanding participants, if any: Nil
31.
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments
:
Yes
1. Research based on primary and secondary sources 2. Zero tolerance to plagiarism
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3. Attendance registers for researchers 4. Open viva 5. Student discussions
Number of students admitted in university departments in the last four academic years
Categories
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Year 1
Year 2
Year 4
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
SC
03
01
02
02
11
06
04
10
ST
02
-
01
02
02
01
05
01
OBC
03
02
02
04
04
10
01
09
General
14
05
06
05
17
18
07
06
Programme-wise demand ratio:
Name of the Programme
33.
Year 3
Applications
Selected
Demand ratio
Received
(Current year)
Male
Female
Male
Female
PG
3
02
01
1:5
1:20
M.Phil.
23
06
09
-
-
Ph.D.
32
09
07
-
-
Diversity of students:
Name of the
% of
% of Students
% of Students
% of
Programme
Students from the
from other
From
Students
(Separately for UG,
same University
Universities
Universities
from other
within the State
outside the State
Countries
PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
D.Sc. D.Litt. etc.)
M.A.
M.Phil.
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female Male Female
12.5
75
-
-
12.5
-
-
-
20
53.3
-
-
20
6.6
-
-
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30.7
Ph.D.
34.
38.4
15.3
11.5
3.8
-
-
-
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise (last four
years)?
Examinatio
Applied (no.)
Qualified (no.)
Percentage
n
(Female in brackets)
(Female in brackets)
(Female in brackets)
UGC-CSIR
ST
SC
OBC Gen
ST
SC
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
OBC Gen
ST
SC
-
-
01
-
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
-
OBC Gen
-
-
-
-
-
(1)
1
-
-
-
-
-
2
-
-
-
-
NET
Central/
State
Services
Defense
Entrance
35.
Student progression:
Student Progression
36.
Number
% against enrolled
PG to M.Phil.
8
20
PG to Ph.D.
8
20
Diversity of staff:
% of faculty from the
% of faculty from other
% of faculty from
% of faculty from
Same university
universities
Universities outside the
other countries
within the State
State
66.6
-
33.3
37.
-
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period: No
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How many faculty members were appointed to teach new programmes during the last four
years.
38.
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities:
Department has a 02 classrooms. Departments also maintain a separate library that has over
400 titles of graduate/reference books, and back volumes of journals. On-line access to ejournals and books is available in every research laboratory/faculty chamber through
INFLIBNET service of the UGC. The department offers Internet facilities for staff and
students
39.
List of post-doctoral, doctoral students and Research Associates (current academic year)
a) From the host institution/university
1.
Shri Ajay Warke
2.
Ku.Sangeeta Devi Yadava
3.
Shri Deep Chand Barmaiya
4.
Shri Durgesh Kumar Chourasia
5.
Shri Bhuvan Mohan Shukla
6.
Smt Sashi Saraf
7.
Shri Anil Kumr Dehariya
8.
Jitendra Kumar Meshram
9.
Shri Krishna Bagde
10.
Shri Arun Kumar Vaidya
11.
Shri Rahul Kumar Jhariya
12.
Shri Umakant Tiwari
13.
Shri B.P.S. Rana
14.
Shri Mahendralal
15.
Shri Rajesh Kumar Tkakur
16.
Shri Aashish Kumar Bhimte
17.
Shri Abhay Singh
18.
Shri Pradeep Gwalia
19.
Ku Namrata Gupta
20.
Ku Smita
21.
Ku Varsha Sharma
:
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22.
Ku Alpana Singh
23.
Ku Manisha Dixit
24.
Ku Anjali Soni
25.
Smt. Mamita Bopche
26.
Smt. Ranjeeta Vishwakarma
27.
Ku. Shivani Burman
28.
Ms Amita Singh
b) From other institutions/universities
40.
:
Yes
1.
Shri Mansharam Patel DAVV Indore
2.
Shri Sumit Shukla Vikram VV Ujjain
3.
Smt. Soni Gunjan Shrivastava Lucknow
4.
Ms. Rajul Agrawal Dr.B.R.Ambedkar V V Agra
5.
Shri Rashmi Jeta J N U
6.
Shri K.B. Singh Allahabad V V
7.
Smt Roopal Asati Dr.H.S. Gour VV Sagar
8.
Shri Pramesh Jain DrH.S. Gour VV Sagar
9.
Shri Harish Chandra Verma Dr.H.S. Gour VV Sagar
10.
Shri Rakesh Choure Dr.H.S. Gour VV Sagar
11.
Shri Sudesh Kumar Mehrolia Dr.H.S. Gour VV Sagar
12.
Ku Narbada Lajvanshi Dr.H.S. Gour VV Sagar
13.
Smt. Rajkumari Dr.H.S. Gour VV Sagar
14.
Ku. Jai Bharti Belvanshi Dr.H.S. Gour VV Sagar
15.
Shri Santosh Kumar Tiwari Dr.H.S. Gour VV Sagar
16.
Shri Kachariya Kavde Dr.H.S. Gour VV Sagar
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University: 06
Each getting financial assistance of Rs 13000=00 per annum from the university
1. Ms. Deepika Patel
2. Ms. Sulekha Patel
3. Ms. Roshni Rajak
4. Ms. Priyanka Patel
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5. Ms. Archana Jatav
6. Ms. Meenu Bamnela
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s). If so, highlight the methodology: Yes

Searching other syllabi for adoption, consultation of reference books and following procedures as
laid down for faculty, AC, EC, and co-ordination committee.
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from?
G. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the department
utilize the feedback?
:
Yes
 The department utilizes this feedback to improve teaching, evaluation and research.
H. Students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does the department utilize
the feedback? :
Yes
The department utilizes this feedback to correct its shortcomings.
43.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) University alumni
association:
I. Major (Mrs). Deepmla, Army Education Corps, Indian Army.
II. Capt. Trilochan Singh, Army Education Corps, Indian Army.
III. Asstt.Comdt. Vikram Chand, Indo-Tibbetan Border Police.
IV. Dr.Ashutosh Dubey, Principal, Kesarwani College, Jabalpur.
V. Dr. Ramta Prasad Amravanshi, Asstt. Prof. MP Govt. Higher Education Deptt.
VI. Shri Anil Kumar Saket (Visually Challenged), Asstt. Prof. MP Govt. Higher Education Deptt.
44.
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years):
Prof. Ravindra Bharadwaj of Ujjain University gave a lecture on Research Methodology to department
students on Feb 1, 2014.
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45.
46.
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes:
Teaching/ training
Course-wise no. of
Methods
students
Lectures
MA
Gadgets used (if any)
% of total work load
as per time table
LCD Projectors
66.6%
M Phil
25%
Ph D
8.3%
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?
:
Yes
I. Periodic interaction with students/teachers.
II. Departmental committees.
III. Regular monitoring of attendance.
IV. Regular addressing of students'/parents' grievances.
V. Feedback on teachers, curriculum and programmes.
VI. Result committees.
VII. Refresher courses.
47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities
a)
:
Yes
Extension Centers (If any),
b) Extension programmes organized by NSS, NCC, YRC and other National and International
programmes : Participation of students in the NSS activities
c)
Number of extracurricular/co-curricular activities organized in collaboration with other
agencies/NGOs (such as Rotary/Lion’s etc.) on Campus : Collaboration with Rotary Club, Jabalpur
d)
Number of NCC Cadets/units; Nil
e)
Extension activity department as a unit (paid or honorary) – Introduction of sensitizing programmes on
Institutional Social Responsibilities, social surveys, research or extension work to ensure social
justice and empower the underprivileged and the most vulnerable sections off society, special
recognition received from such programmes etc.
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department
1.
: Yes
Example: New technologies deployed by the department in enhancing student learning and
evaluation during the last four years
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2.
Practices to encourage and monitor graduate aptitudes (academic abilities, personal qualities and
transferable skills among students) – with some examples:
Students are encouraged and all possible guidance is provided to them to master the computer. This
skill helps them immensely in all aspects of their good life.
(Briefly mention specific examples as to how these linkages can be promoted)
49.
1.
Curriculum development
2.
Internship
3.
On-the-job training
4.
Faculty exchange and development
5.
Research
6.
Publication
7.
Consultancy
8.
Extension
9.
Student placement
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If
yes, give details
50.
:
No
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied
: The researchers of the department have brought to light, the not so very well known
aspects of the tribal history and the national movement in Madhya Pradesh. They have also researched
on the socio-economic history of the state.
51.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department.
Strengths:
 M Phil Programme is running successfully since 1999 and its demand ratio at times reaching
3:1.
 There is a high degree of objectivity in the Ph D programme.
 Student friendly atmosphere.
Weaknesses:
 Poor enrolment and attendance in MA programme.
Opportunities:
 ICHR is funding the research and seminar activities of the department to a very generous
extant.
Challenges:
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 In the department a large number of students come from remote backward areas, where there is
no computer. The main challenge before the department is to make the present technology
within the reach of every student so that they do well in academics, as well as all walks of life.
 Another challenge is that they make the best use of the educational grants as well as the various
governmental welfare programmes.
52.
Future plans of the Department:
 Special thrust will be given on development of skills
 Special methodology will be deployed to achieve competitive skills
 Awareness will be enhanced through group discussions on current topics
 To strengthen the ability to understand local level developmental problems
 To promote the use of ICT
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Evaluative Report of Department of P. G. Studies and Research in
Journalism and Mass Communication
1.
Name of the Department
: Department of P.G. Studies and Research in Journalism and Mass
Communication
2.
Year of establishment
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Arts
4.
Names of programmes offered:
: 1983
Course/programme
Post degree course
Under Graduate
Degree awarded
Subject combinations
Bachelor of Journalism and
All mass communication subjects with
communication (BJC)
Ethics and Law
Bachelor of Arts (Mass
All Mass Communication subjects with
Communication) Honor’s – BA (Mass
Arts and Social Sciences
Comm.)
Post graduate
Master of Journalism and
All Mass Communication subjects with
communication (MJC)
Ethics and Law
Master of Arts(Journalism) –
All Mass Communication subjects with
MA(Journalism)
Ethics and Law
Post graduate
Master of Philosophy (M.Phil)
All Mass Communication subjects
Research
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D)
All Mass Communication subjects
Post graduate
During the last four years, how many new programmes at UG and PG levels were introduced? Give
details:-
5.
1.
B.A. (Mass Communication)
2.
M.A. (Journalism)
3.
M.Phil
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved:
Yes, the department is running one inter disciplinary programme, B.A. Mass Communication. The
department collaborates with Law, Sociology ,Political Science ,Hindi, Computer Science, Management
, English to carry out inter-disciplinary programmes.
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6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions etc
The department carries out its collaboration with other institutes in the following way,
 Internship of students in different Media Organizations Jabalpur and other states.
 Faculty Members of the department are registered as research guides with different Universities and
Institutions.
 Faculty Members also visit various universities as experts.
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons :
8.
Examination System:
S. No.
9.
Course/programme
Nil
Examination System
1.
BJC
Annual
2.
B.A. (MASS COMM.)
Semester
3.
MJC
Semester
4.
M.A.(JOURNALISM)
Semester
5.
M.Phil
Semester
6.
Pre Ph.D. Course work
Semester
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments :
The department collaborates with departments such as English, Hindi, Law, Social Science, Computer
Science, Economics, and Political Science and participate in their activities by acting as experts giving
lectures and being a part of their examination system.
10.
Number of teaching posts (sanctioned, filled and actual):
Sanctioned
(number)
Filled (number)
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Professor
-
-
-
-
1
Associate Professors
1
-
1
1
-
Assistant Professors
2
1
-
-
-
Others (Guest Fac.)
2
2
-
-
-
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11.
Faculty profile
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
No. of years
No. of Ph.D./
of experience
M.Phil. students
guided in last four
years
Permanent Faculty
Prof. Uma Tripathi
Ph. D.
Prof.
Mass
31 yrs
16
Print Media
15 yrs
12
Visiting faculty
Research
35 years
-
member
methodology
Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi Ph.D
Guest faculty
Print media
10 years
-
Mr. Firoz Khan
Guest faculty Electronic media
1 year
-
Communication
Dr. Dhirendra pathak
Ph. D.
Associate
Prof.
Other categories:
Dr. L S Srivastava
12.
Ph.D
MJ, NET
List of senior Visiting Fellows, Adjunct Faculty, and Emeritus Professors
:
Yes, a number of eminent media persons and academicians visit the department and deliver
their lectures on contemporary issues and different topics every academic year.
13.
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty –programme-wise information:

BJC 50%

BA (Mass Commu.) 50%

MJC 50%

M.Phil 0%

Pre Ph.D 25%
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14.
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Programme
Total no. of
Total no. of faculty Ratio of teachers to % of workload taken by
students
engaged
students
temporary faculty
BJC
10
04
4:10
50
B.A. (Mass
01
04
4:1
50
MJC
02
04
4:2
50
M.Phil
09
02
2:9
-
Pre Ph.D.Course
16
03
3:16
25
Communication)
Work
15.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual.
Academic Support Staff
16.
Sanctioned (number)
Filled (number)
Actual (number)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Technical
1
-
-
-
-
-
Administrative
5
2
5
2
5
2
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies
:
The major areas of research of the department are mass communication, rural communication and health
communication.
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects
18.
Inter-institutional collaborative projects and associated grants received: Nil
19.
Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC-SAP/CAS, DPE; DBT, ICSSR,
AICTE, etc.;
20.
total grants received
:
:
Nil
Nil
List Research facility / centre :
Audiovisual production room, well equipped computer room for editing,
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21.
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies: 02
The prominent Newspapers of Jabalpur who have MoU with our department had given a good
opportunity to the students for training and research.
22.
Publications:
Publications in peer reviewed journals (national/international):
Prof. Uma Tripathi
1.
Prof. Uma Tripathi & Dr. Virendra Vyas, Communicating Strategy for Diverse Learner Groups. A Case
Study, (2013) Vishleshan Research Journal RDVV Jabalpur, 1 9-13
2.
Prof. Uma Tripathi & Firoz Khan, A Study On New Media & Social Movement, (2013) Vishleshan Research
Journal RDVV Jabalpur, 1 14-21
3.
Prof. Uma Tripathi & Dr. Dharvesh Katheriya, Hkkjrh; flusek ds 100 o"kZ vkSj cnyrs lkekftd ifjn`'; dk fo'ys"k.k
(2013) Media Mimansa Research Journal 27-32
4.
Prof. Uma Tripathi, Dr. Dhirendra Pathak, Dr. Dharvesh Katheria, Shivanjali Katheria, Sandeep Verma, Social
Media: Role & Reflection of Facebook Golden Research Thoughts, (2013) Peer Reviewed Journal 2-7:
51-58
5.
Prof. Uma Tripathi, Dr. Dhirendra Pathak, Dr. Dharvesh Katheria, Shivanjali Katheria, Sandeep Verma, Hkkjrh;
Vsyhfotu lekpkj pSuyksa dk lkekftd ,oa O;kolkf;d fo'ys"k.k, (2012) Indian Streams Research Journal 2-10: 56-59
6.
Prof. Uma Tripathi, Dr.Dhirendra Pathak, Dr. Dharvesh Katheria, Shivanjali Katheria, Sandeep Verma, fj;fyVh 'kks dh
fo"k;oLrq dk uSfrd ,oa lkekftd ewY;kadu, (2012), Review of Research Journal 2-2
7.
Prof. Uma Tripathi, Dr. Dhirendra Pathak, Dr. Dharvesh Katheria, Shivanjali Katheria, Sandeep Verma, ekuokf/kdkj ds
izfr tutkx:drk esa tulapkj ek/;eksa dh Hkwfedk (2012) Indian Streams Research Journal, 2-11 40-43.
Dr. Dhirendra Pathak
1.
Dr. Dhirendra Pathak lkEiznkf;d ln~Hkko ,oa x.ks'k 'kadj fo|kFkhZ (2013) Vishleshan Research Journal, RDVV
Jablapur, 1-1: 27-32
2.
Dr. Dhirendra Pathak & Abhinandana Sharma, Impact of Media on slum area (specially in Jabalpur), (2013)
The Journalist- A Media Research Journal, 3,2: 81-91
3.
Dr. Dhirendra Pathak, fgUnh i=dkfjrk ds mUuk;d iaa- ek/kojko lizs Vaichariki- (2013) Reffered Research Journal
- III-3, 254-259
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4.
Dr. Dhirendra Pathak & Abhinandana Sharma, Information Technology (2013) Vidhan - Multidisciplinary
Reffered Research Journal, 3, 2: 85-94
5.
Dr. Dhirendra Pathak, lhjkeiqj % ns'kh Hkk"kk ds i= dk Jhx.ks'k (2013) Shodh Pravah - Multidisciplinary Reffered
Research Journal -ISSN-22314113 III-2, 22-224
6.
Dr. Dhirendra Pathak & Dr. Pramod Pandey, i=dkfjrk % fe'ku ls izkQ
s s'ku rd (2013) The Journalist- A Media
Research Journal, 2-4: 21-25
7.
Dr. Dhirendra Pathak, ekuokf/kdkj ,oa ukjh (2013) Vidhan - Multidisciplinary Reffered Research Journal
8.
ISSN-22309896, 3-1: 120-125.
9.
Dr. Dhirendra Pathak, Sati Pratha Unmoolam Evam Bhartiya Samaj (2013) Shodh Prerak International
Research Journal, ISSN: 2231 413X, 3-1: 10-15
10. Dr. Dhirendra Pathak & Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi, mnwZ i=dkfjrk vkSj Lora=rk vkanksyu (2012) The Journalist, A
Media Research Journal ISSN-22312943, 2-3: 42-47
11. Dr. Dhirendra Pathak & Dr. Pramod Pandey, isM U;wt ehfM;k dk u;k dkjksckj (2012) International Litrary Quest,
International Reffered Research Journal, ISSN-23197137, 1,2: 18-20
12. Dr. Dhirendra Pathak & Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi, lekpkji= vkSj ckyeuksfoKku (2012) Vidhan - Multidisciplinary
Reffered Research Journal ISSN-22309896, 2-3: 132-137
13. Dr. Dhirendra Pathak tcyiqj dh i=dkfjrk ,d v/;;u Vaichariki, (2012) Reffered Research Journal - ISSN298907 Vol.II-2 pp 201-206
14. Dr. Dhirendra Pathak ehfM;k dk lp (2012) Vidhan - Multidisciplinary Reffered Research Journal ISSN22309896 Vol.2-2,pp. 122-127
15. Dr. Dhirendra Pathak, i=dkfjrk dk Lo:i foospu Wisdom Herald, International Reffered Journal- ISSN22311483
16. 1,III 171-180
17. Dr. Dhirendra Pathak tulapkj ek/;e vkSj jk"Vªh; fodkl (2012) Shodh Pravah, Multidisciplinary Reffered
Research Journal ISSN-22314113 Vol.II-2, 171-174
18. Dr. Dhirendra Pathak Hindi Patrakarita ka Singhavlokan Vidhan (2011) Multidisciplinary Reffered
Research Journal ISSN-22309896 Vol. 1,4: pp.165-177
19. Dr. Dhirendra Pathak,Dalit Chetna samachar patro ki bhumika Media Jagat (2011)
20. Dr. Dhirendra Pathak, Madhya Pradesh ki Patrakarita ka Mulyankan (2010) Nagri Pracharini Shodh Patrika
1: 16-24
21. Dr. Dhirendra Pathak, Patrakarita ki Achar Sanhita evam Press Council ki Bhoomika, (2009) Media Jagat
Bilingual Research Journal KASHI VIDHYA PEETH, VARANASI 1: 44-52
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1.
Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi, Krida Kshetra Mein Media ki Bhoomika (2013) Vishleshan Research Journal, RDVV
Jablapur pp.60-64
2.
Dr. Dhirendra Pathak & Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi, mnwZ i=dkfjrk vkSj Lora=rk vkanksyu (2012) The Journalist- A Media
Research
3.
Journal - ISSN %2231&2943 2-3: 42-47
Dr. Dhirendra Pathak & Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi , lekpkji= vkSj ckyeuksfoKku Vidhan - Multidisciplinary
Referred Research Journal ISSN-22309896, 2-3: 132-137
4.
Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi efgyk l'kDrhdj.k vkSj fizaV ehfM;k (2012) vUkU;k 'kks/k if=dk& ISSN %2250&1207, 2-3: 131-134
5. Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi, fQYe tulapkj dk ,d izHkko'kkyh ek/;e (2012) baVjus'kuy fyVjsjh fDoLV & ISSN 2319&7137,
Vol. 1-2:pp.53-54
6.
Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi, izsl dh vko';drk vkSj lekpkji=ksa dk egRo (2012)) tulapkj foe'kZ & ISSN %2277-3932
1: 59-61
7.
Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi ehfM;k dk orZeku Lo:Ik ,oa bldk Hkkjrh; lekt ij izHkko (2011) SAMVAD- ISSN-22314156, 2-3: 133-135
8.
Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi lwpuk dk vf/kdkj vkSj ehfM;k (2011) Jh izHkq izfrHkk] 'kks/k if=dk&ISSN %0974- 522, 3-4: 120123
9.
Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi, Ik=dkfjrk dk vfoHkkZo ,oa rkRdkfyd izeq[k Lkekpkj i= (2011)
ISSN 2231-2552 Vol.1-5: 30-34
10. Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi & Neeta Mishra,
kksjksa ij ehfM;k dk ldkjkRed o udkjkRed izHkko (2011) Sodh Pravah
ISSN 2231-41-13, 1-3: 299-302
11. Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi , Dr. Ps Sonker, Neeta Mishra, ehfM;k vkSj ekuokf/kdkj (2011) ijferk 'kks/k if=dk & ISSN
0974&6129 Vol. 4-2, pp 14-16
12. Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi,
(2011) The Journalist- A Media Research
Journal - ISSN 2231-2943 Vol.1-2: pp. 48-52
13. Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi, fd kksjksa ij ehfM;k dk ldkjkRed o udkjkRed izHkko (2011) SODH PRAVAH ISSN 223141-13 Vol.1-3:pp 299-302
14. Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi, osc i=dkfjrk dk Lo:Ik ,oa mi;ksfxrk (2011)
k if=dk& ISSN 2230-9896, Vol. 1-2:
pp 159-166
15. Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi, Vh0 oh0 eSu 'kks esa ,adj dh Hkwfedk, (2011) JIGYASA, ISSN 0974-7648, 4-2: 157-160
16. Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi, bysDVªkfud ehfM;k vkSj bZ&i=dkfjrk] (2011) fo/kku 'kks/k if=dk ISSN 2230-9896 Vol. 1-1
pp.98-102
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Dr. Arun Garg
1.
Dr. Arun Garg, Swatantrottar Patrakarita Mein Varishta Patrakar Kalika Prasad Dikshit 'Kusumakar' Ka Yogdan
(2013) The Journalist A Media Research Journal ISSN: 2231 29432, pp.16-22
2.
Dr. Arun Garg, Electronic Media Aur Dayitva Heenta Ka Sankat (2013) VIDHAN ISSN: 2230 9896 1: pp.131-134
3.
Dr. Arun Garg, Bhartiya Rashtriya Aandolan Aur Karmveer (2013) VAICHARIKI ISSN: 2249 89873, 234-236
4.
Prof. Uma Tripathi & Firoz Khan, A Study On New Media & Social Movement, (2013) Vishleshan
Research Journal, RDVV Jabalpur 1: 14-21
b. Monographs
:
Nil
c. Chapters in Books
:
Yes
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Dr. Dhirendra Pathak- fodkl lapkj ¼vkykspukRed ifjizs{; esa tulapkj ek/;e ,oa fodkl Pg. 79-91 ISBN 9789380318332, September-2013
d. Books edited

Yes
1857 Ki Kranti Evam Madhya Bharat- Prof. Jp Mishra, Prof. Uma Tripathi & Prof. Rajeev Dubey
e. Books with ISBN with details of publishers

:
:
Yes
Dr. Dhirendra Pathak- Visheshikrit Patrakarita, ISBN-978-81-7355-656-0, University Publication,
Dariyaganj, New Delhi

Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi- Þvk/kqfud ehfM;k vkSj Hkk"kkß ISBN - 978&93&81721&01&8
23.
Details of patents and income generated
:
Nil
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated
:
Nil
25.
Faculty selected nationally / internationally to visit other laboratories/Institutions/
industries in India and abroad
26.
:
Nil
Faculty serving in
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a.
National committees
Prof. Uma Tripathi, Dr. Dhirendra Pathak
b.
International committees
No
c.
Editorial Boards
Prof. Uma Tripathi, Dr. Dhirendra Pathak, Dr. Shivam
Chaturvedi
d.
any other (please specify)
Various Publications of Rani Durgavati University 1. Souveneir
2. Sampreshan- In House Journal
3. Vishleshan Research Journal
4. Telephone Directory of the University,
5. Different Publications of the University.
27.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs)
Academic Staff Development Programmes
Name of faculty
Period
Refresher courses
Dr. Dhirendra Pathak
2007, 2009
Orientation programmes
Dr. Dhirendra Pathak
2004
Summer / Winter schools, workshops, etc.
Dr. Dhirendra Pathak
2000, 2012
Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi
Mr. Firoz Khan
Others (Induction etc.)
2007-08
2013
Mr. Firoz Khan (Interaction
Programme for Research
2013
Scholars- ASC, Jabalpur)
Other criteria of faculty recharging strategies:Activity
Invitation as resource persons in Workshops /
Name of faculty
Prof Uma Tripathi
Seminars / Conferences organized by external
professional agencies?
Period
May 2011, Sept 2012,
Dec 2012, Dec 2013
Dr. Dhirendra Pathak
Oct 2012, Aug 2013,
Dec 2013
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Participation in external Workshops / Seminars /
Prof Uma Tripathi
Feb 2012, Feb 2008,
Dr. Dhirendra Pathak
Feb 2012, Feb 2008,
Conferences recognized by national / international
professional bodies?
March 2013, Dec 2000, May
2006
Prof Uma Tripathi
Dec 2012
Dr. Dhirendra Pathak
Dec 2013
Dr. Shivam Chaturvedi
Dec 2012, Dec 2013
Prof Uma Tripathi
Dec 2012
Have industrial engagement?
Prof Uma Tripathi
Dec 2011
Have international experience in teaching?
-
-
Have other professional experience
Mr. Firoz Khan
Jun 2003-Jul 2013
Presentation of papers in Workshops / Seminars /
Conferences
conducted
or
recognized
by
professional agencies?
Have teaching experience in other universities /
national institutions and other institutions?
28.
Student projects:
After completion of every course the students of BJC are asked for vocational training and internship in
media industry and students of BJC, MJC had to complete project work.
 Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including interdepartmental projects: 100 %
Students participate In-House Projects of the University.
 Percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with other universities / Industry / institute: 15%
Students / Research Scholars doing Project with Madhav Rao Sapre Library Bhopal.
29.
Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level:
Name of the
Nature of Awards/ national/
Bestowing
Month and year of
professional bodies
international recognitions
Organization
recognition
Faculty member
Mr. Firoz Khan
Maharishi Mahesh
2011
Yogi Award
Doctoral student
Dr. Arun Garg
Shankaracharya Award
2013
Students
1. Mr. Brijesh Shukla
Shankaracharya Award
2013
Shankaracharya Award
2. Mr. Ajay Tripathi
Arun
Shukl
Smriti
2011
Award 2012
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3. Mr. Dipankar Roy
30.
2013
Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national
international) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
Funding source
Name of one/two
(National/ International)
eminent person
Seminars/ Conferences/
Wokshps/ Sensitizing Programmes
Period
invited
Sensitizing Programme (Career
3-5,Jan 2013
Mr. Adidtya Lunawala
Vivekanand Kaushal
Kendra, MP State
Counseling-3 Days)
Mr. Gulshan Bamra
Government Funded
Photo Exhibition
16 Dec 2013
Self funded
Prof. LS Shrivastava
National Press Day
16 Nov 2013
Self funded
Mr. Mohan Shashi
Globlalization and Media- Extn.
30 Nov 2013
Self funded
Prof Arjun Tiwari
10 Feb 2012
IT Ministry, Government of
Prof HP Dixit
India
Mr. SK Bose
Lecture
E-Governance and Media
No. of organizing academic development programmes for faculty aimed at enriching the teaching/
learning process in last four years (this includes participation in Refresher/Orientation programmes by
ASC)
Programmes on curriculum development,
teaching-learning methods, examination reforms,
Period
Funding
Name of one/two
source
eminent person invited
content / knowledge management, etc.
Meeting of Board of Studies
Meeting of RDC
Dec 2012
RDVV
Dr. Virendra Vyas,
Jabalpur
Dr. Shahid Ali
Dec 2010
RDVV
Prof. Rafeeq Khan &
May 2012
Jabalpur
Dr. Arjun Tiwari
RDVV
Dr. Virendra Vyas,
Jabalpur
Dr. Shahid Ali
Nov 2013
Meeting of Board of Studies
May 2013
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31.
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments : The code of ethics followed by the
department in its Research are zero tolerance for plagiarism in their research work. The department also
has developed a system of open viva in the field of Doctoral research. The department also maintains the
transparency through regular press conferences.
 Open Viva for Research Scholars and Press Conferences.
Number of students admitted in university departments in the last four academic years
Categories
32.
33.
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
SC
3
1
-
2
3
2
-
2
-
1
ST
-
-
2
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
OBC
8
2
6
4
3
3
1
-
4
2
General
27
10
14
10
10
4
11
5
13
3
Others
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Programme-wise demand ratio:
Name of the
Applications
Programme
Received
Selected (Current year)
Demand ratio
Male
Female
Male
Female
UG
23
9
2
69%
20%
PG
2
1
1
-
-
M.Phil.
12
7
3
58%
25%
Ph.D.
6
2
1
63%
17%
Diversity of students:
Name of the
% of
% of Students
% of Students
% of
Programme
Students
from other
From Universities
Students
outside the State
from other
(Separately for
from the same
UG, PG, M.Phil.,
Ph.D., D.Sc.
Universities within
the State
University
Countries
D.Litt. etc.)
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Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
UG
67
27
3
1
1
1
-
-
PG
65
28
3
2
1
1
-
-
M.Phil
65
30
4
1
-
-
-
-
Pre-Ph.D.
70
24
3
1
1
1
-
-
70
27
2
-
1
-
-
-
Ph.D.
34.
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise (last four
years):
Examination
Applied (no.) (Female in
Qualified (no.) (Female
Percentage (Female in
brackets)
in brackets)
brackets)
1
UGC-CSIR
6
6
45
1
1
-
2
100
NET
17%
%
3
Central/
6
8
20
-
(1)
-
(1)
17
4%
%
-
(17%)
-
(5%)
State
Services
2
Public
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Relations
35.
Student progression:
Student Progression
Number
% against enrolled
UG to PG
70
70
PG to M.Phil.
6
60
PG to Ph.D.
8
70
Employed
Campus
Selection
(List
the
Employers and the number of Companies who
100% (With Campus Selection,
Absorbed by Media Industry), Dainik
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Visited the Campus During the Last Four Years)
Bhasker, Patrika, Etv-MP, Nai Dunia,
Other than Campus Recruitment
SMBC News Channel, and Different
Government Agencies.
36.
Diversity of staff:
% of faculty from the
% of faculty from other
universities
Same university
% of faculty from
Universities outside the State
% of faculty from other
countries
within the State
25
37.
75
0
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period
38.
0
: None
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities as Y/N with regard to: The
department has its own building with 6 class rooms with ICT facility, LCD projectors, Central Library.
The department also maintains a separate library with around 1200 books and journals. On line access to
e-journals and books is available through INFLIBNET service of the UGC. It offers internet facilities
through LAN. The department has twelve system with individual configurations and the Computer
student ratio is 1:2. It also has knowledge and information data base/packages. The department has LCD
projectors, OHP, slide projectors/ TV/VCP/DVD Player
39.
List of post-doctoral, doctoral students and Research Associates (current academic year)
a) From the host institution/university
1.
Dr. Neelima Rathi--D.Lit
2.
Dr. RC Pandey Ph.D
3.
Dr. Dharvesh Katheria Ph.D
4.
Dr. Sanjay Mishra Ph.D
5.
Dr. Mohammed Javed Ph.D
6.
Dr. Arun Garg Ph.D
7.
Dr. Pramod Pandey Ph.D
8.
Dr. Amitosh Dubey Ph.D
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b) From other institutions/universities
:
Dr. Chanda Banerjee Ph.D.
40.
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University:
04 (SC, ST and OBC students are getting Scholarship).
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s): If so, highlight the methodology - Before any new courses introduced or there is
a change in the syllabus. There is an interaction with the experts and only then the changes are
introduced.
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from?
Yes, A Faculty meeting is conducted and suggestions received from the members of the board of studies
are implemented in the concurrent session. Feedback related to the performance of the teachers is taken
from students and employers from inside and outside university from time to time. Department opts
some corrective measures, on the basis of feedback received, to subside the short comings of students
regarding their theory and practical performance as well as their conduct.
43.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) University alumni
association:
1.
Mr. Pankaj Swami
2.
Ms. Rachna Bawaria
3.
Mr. Madhukar Pawar
4.
Mr. Pankaj Chaterjee
5.
Dr. Dharvesh Katheria
6.
Mr. Akhil Namdeo
7.
Dr. Aleem Khan
8.
Dr. Virendra Vyas
9.
Mr. Rajesh Upadhyay
10. Mr. Vikalp Shukla
11. Mr. Shirish Mishra
12. Mr. Sunil Tiwari
13. Mr. Vinod Purohit
14. Mr. Manish Gupta
15. Mr. Girish Pandey
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16. Mr. Ajay Tripathi
17. Mr. Vinod Vishwarma
18. Mr. Manglesh Gajbhiye
44.
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years)
Course-wise no. of
Special lectures/ Workshops
No. of external
Total working
students participated
/ Seminar
experts involved
hours utilized
100
1. Seminar- Globalization And
Two
One Day
One
One Day
Five
One Day
Two
One Day
One
One Day
One
One Day
Media
60
2. Extension Lecture- Human
Rights Day
350
3. Workshop- E-Governance
And Media
250
4. Seminar- Media Ki Aachar
Sanhita
40
5. Ext. Lecture- National Press
Day
30
6. Ext Lecture- Morality &
Media
45.
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes: The
faculty adopts various teaching training methods to impart knowledge to the students. The faculty uses
Power point presentations, lecture methods and projects and assignments to deliver effectively to the
students.
46.
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?
1.
Unit test after completion of each chapter in the syllabus is conducted.
2.
Verbal and written feedback is asked by the students and if any doubt remains to the student the
teachers tries to clear it.
3.
Interaction between subject experts from the media industry and students.
4.
Periodic interaction with students/teachers.
5.
Feedback on teachers, curricula and programme.
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47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities:
Extension activity department as a unit (paid or honorary) – Introduction of sensitizing programmes on
Institutional Social Responsibilities, social surveys, research or extension work to ensure social justice
and empower the underprivileged and the most vulnerable sections off society, special recognition
received from such programmes etc.: Time to time career guidance programme is delivered to the students as
sensitizing prog. Visit to different media houses, Akashwani, Doordarshan, Public Relations Officer within
and outside the State is carried out. The department also participates in NSS activities through its NSS
volunteers. It also has collaboration with Rotary/Lions etc.
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department:
1.
New technologies deployed by the department in enhancing student learning and evaluation during
the last four years
2.
Practices to encourage and monitor graduate aptitudes (academic abilities, personal qualities and
transferable skills among students) – with some examples

Curriculum development - Curriculum is modified two times.

Internship - Every batch of BJC has to undertake Internship in Media Industry, various PR
Department and advertising agencies.

On-the-job training - Student undertake this type of training during internship and most of the
students are absorbed during the internship.

Faculty exchange and development - Faculties from different departments of the University are
asked to deliver the lecture and faculty of our Department also visits other Departments of the
University.

Research - Research for all the Mass Communication areas are being conducted under M.Phil. and
Ph.D.

Publication - Publication of in house Journal and News paper- Sampreshan is done by the
students.

Consultancy - We provide free of cost consultancy to our students who wants to make their
profession as owner of Newspaper or Magazine, PR Agency, Advertising agency or in Electronic
media.

Extension- Ext Lectures are organized time to time in the Department.

Student placement- 100 percent placement.

Any other (please specify) - Every Year Students of BJC are taken for the tour in Media
Organizations.
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49.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If
yes, give details
50.
:
No
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied.
:
Yes
Every year new students are being registered as Research Scholars and Master of Philosophy. These
researches generate new knowledge in different fields of Mass Communication. The department also
generate new knowledge specially applied by inter action with various sections of the society like
media houses, NGOs etc.
51.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department.
Strength:
 Exposure of Media Industry to the students.
 Practical training as per the need of the industry and various departments.
 Alumni of the department who are working as journalists in the media world help in
enhancing the image of the department and provide a better interface with the society.
 Communication skills and linguistic proficiency of students.
Weakness:
 Latest equipment in the department will enhance the efficiency as needed by the media
industry.
 The more faculties if present would enhance the efficiency of the department.
Opportunities:
 The placements of various students in the field of Print and Electronic media.
 The students get an opportunity to be placed as Public Relations Officers.
 As any new technology or field of Mass Communication develops, the students wants to
undertake it as a course, these are the biggest opportunities we get.
Challenges:
 Every New Technology developing in the field of Mass Communication is the challenge for us.
 To add specialized courses.
 To develop modern research facilities.
52.
Future plans of the Department:
 To introduce new courses in the field of Advertising, Public Relation and Broadcast Journalism.
 To get well equipped Audio/Visual lab. for print and electronic media production.
 To avail desktop computer for each and every student of the class so that we can make a 100% use
of ICT.
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Evaluative Report of Department of P. G. Studies and Research in Law
1.
Name of the Department: Department of P.G. Studies and Research in Law
2.
Year of establishment: 1962
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Law
4.
Names of programmes offered:
Course Programme
Under graduation
Post graduation
Degree awarded
B.A.
LL.B
(Hons.)
Five
Subject combinations
years
Political Science, English, Hindi, Economics,
Integrated Course course
History and Law subjects.
LLB (Three Year course)
Six subjects are offered per semester
LL.M.
Constitutional Law /Human Rights/Criminal
Law
Research
5.
Ph.D
Any subject of law
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved:
B.A. LL.B (Hons. Five Years Integrated Course) is an interdisciplinary programme run in the
department.The departments which are involved and with whose collaboration the classes areconducted
are Political Science, History, Hindi, English and Economics. There are certain papers like mass media
laws where there is interaction with journalism department also.
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions etc:
The Students of the department are engaged with the State Legal Service Authorities where they actively
participate in the legal literacy programs, training workshops, counseling etc. The students continue to
regularly visit the courts and police stations. The department in collaboration with the District Legal
Services Authority conducts the legal literacy camps in the district. The students also participate in
various moot courts organized by various Law Schools and Universities.
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons: None discontinued.
8.
Examination System: Annual/Semester/Trimester/Choice Based Credit System:
In BA LLB, LLM and PhD (course work) Courses the examination system is semester system.
9.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:
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Continuous participation of the teams of the Department in various Moot Courts held all over India.Para
legal Volunteers Training organized Madhya Pradesh Legal Services Authority. The students are sent for
internship to the National Human and State Human Rights Commission.The Departmentorganized
Refresher Course in collaboration with ASC of the University. Lectures are delivered by the faculty in
courses offered by local colleges.
10.
Number of teaching posts sanctioned, filled and actual (Professors/AssociateProfessors/
Asst. Professors/others):
Sanctioned
Filled (number)
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
(number)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Professor
1
-
-
-
1
Associate
2
-
-
-
1
4
-
-
-
-
-
Professors
Assistant
-
Professors
Others (Guest
3
10
Fac.)
11.
Faculty profile
Name
Qualificatio
Designation
Specialization
n
Experience,
No. of Ph.D./M.Phil.
years
students guided in last
four years
Prof. Divya
B.A.
Professor and
Public Law
14
05
Chansoria
LL.M.,
Dean
Public Law
14
07
Guest Faculty
Public Law
16
-
Guest Faculty
Crime and Tort
14
-
Guest Faculty
Public Law
7
Guest Faculty
Crime and Tort
14
Guest Faculty
Crime and Tort
7
Ph.D
Dr. Mamta
B.Sc.,
Associate
Rao
LL.M,
Professor and
Ph.D.
Head of the
Department
Dr. Sharad
LL.M,
Sahu
Ph.D.
Dr. Neena
LL.M,
Pyasi
Ph.D.
Dr. Sunil
LL.M,
Sharma
Ph.D.
Dr. Sujata
LL.M,
Shrivastava.
Ph.D.
Dr. (Mrs.)
LL.M,
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Nidhi Shukla
Ph.D.
Dr. Chetna
LL.M,
Upadhyay
Ph.D.
Mr. Umakant
Guest Faculty
Human Rights
5
LL.M
Guest Faculty
Human Rights
5
LL.M
Guest Faculty
Public Law
2
Gajbir
Mrs. Ankita
Mahobe
12.
List of senior Visiting Fellows, Adjunct Faculty, Emeritus Professors: Honorary Visitors
Name
Designation/Office
Justice D M Dharmadhikari
Former Judge, Supreme Court of India
Justice P. Navlekar
Former Judge, Supreme Court of India
Justice P. C. Naik
Former Judge, MP High Court
Justice Gulab Gupta
Former Chief Justice, Himachal Pradesh High Court
ShriRajendraTiwari
Senior Advocate, MP High Court
ShriAtulAwasthy
Senior Advocate, MP High Court
ShriAnuragShrivastava
District Judge, Member Secy. MPSLSA.
Prof S.S. Singh
Director, NLIU Bhopal
Prof B.B. Pandey
Former Head & Dean of Law, Delhi University
Prof B. N. Pandey
Head & Dean of Law, BHU
Prof B C Nirmal
Vice Chancellor, NUSRL Ranchi
Prof D P Gupta
Prof. Law, Jhansi University
Prof Inam-urRehman
Dean of Law, Vikram University, Ujjain
Prof ArchanaRanka
Head of Law, DAVV
Prof GhayurAlam
Chair of IP Law, NLIU Bhopal
Prof Subodh Kumar
Professor Varanasi
Prof D N Sansanwal
Former Head & Dean, Dept. Of Education, DAVV Indore
Prof Mayurshikha
Dean Of Law, Barkatullah University Bhopal
Shri Khalid Noor
Advocate, MP High Court
Shri Praveen Dubey
Advocate, MP High Court
Shri James Anthony
Advocate, MP High Court
ShriSiddharthGulatee
Advocate, MP High Court
SmtToolikaGulatee
Advocate, MP High Court
Shri Rahul Choubey
Advocate, MP High Court
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13.
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty –programme-wise information:
B. A LL. B. (Hons.), approx. 75%; LL.M., approx. 60%; Ph.D0%
14.
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Programme
Total no. of
Total
students
250
LL. M.
Ph.D.
B. A. LL. B.
no.
of
Ratio of teachers
%
of
workload
faculty engaged
to students
temporary faculty
13
1:19
75
38
13
Approx.3
60
12
2
6
Nil
taken
by
Hons.
15.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual:
Department has six administrative staff (four male and two female staff).
16.
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies:
The research area includes every aspect of study of law. This touches the substantial and practical
regime of all the fields of law like civil, constitutional, intellectual property, information technology,
income tax, criminal law, corporate law,alternative disputes resolution mechanism etc. The thrust areas
are also identified with the help of associated bodies like the legal services authorities.
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects/Fellowship:
Type of
Year
Faculty member
Projects/Fellowship
Postdoctoral
Title ofthe project
Fundingagency
(faculty-wise)
2011
Fellowship
Prof. Divya
Bediya jaati ki mahilaon
Chansoria
ka adhyan
Outlay,
Lakh
UGC
16.80 lakh
18.
List details of completed projects: None
19.
List recognitions such as UGC-SAP, CAS, Department with Potential for Excellence,
DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc. with total grant received:None
20.
List Research facility:
The department is a research department with computing facilities.
21.
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies:
None.
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22.
Publications:
Publications in peer reviewed journals (national):
1.
Divya Chansoria,Digital Signature: Strategic Shift from ‘Form to Function’; Central India Law
Quarterly, Jabalpur M.P. India Vol. XVII July-Dec 2004, Part III & IV.
2.
Divya Chansoria and Mona Purohit, Educational Development through Judicial Activism , 2008,
M.P Bar Council Times Year 4; Vol.I
3.
Divya Chansoria and Neena Pyasi, Adivasi Mahilayen: Samvaidhaanik evam Kaanooni Suraksha,
2010; Jan Jatiya Paridrishya (Tribal Scenario) Editor Dr. LokeshShrivastava.
4.
Divya Chansoria and Arpan Shukla, Vishleshan: Rights of Children of Women Prisoners; Rani
Durgavati University Publications, Jabalpur (2013).
5.
Mamta Rao, Good Governance and Law in Higher Education, MahilaVidhiBharati, Jan-March
2012 No.70. Page no.110-114. (ISSN 0976-0024).
6.
Mamta Rao, Empowering the Disabled: Indian Perspective, Indian Journal of Human Rights and
Justice, Vol.3 No.1-2, 2007. pp. 173-182 (ISSN 09733418).
7.
Mamta Rao, International Perception to the Tribulations of Minorities: United Nations
Contribution, South Asian Journal of Human Rights, Vol.3, No.1-2, Jan-Dec 2007. pp 95-107
(ISSN 09732489).
8.
Mamta Rao, Compensatory Jurisprudence: A New Dimension in the concept of Social Justice Dr.
Mamta Rao, Indian Journal of Human Rights and Justice. Jan-Dec 2005 Vol.1 No1-2 pp 75-89
(ISSN. 0973341).
9.
Mamta Rao, Regulated Sting Operations: A Boon for Rule of Law. Criminal Law Journal
(Publisher AIR) July 2012 Vol. 118 Part1351 pg 219-223.
10. Mamta Rao, Article on Surrogacy: The Ethico Legal Challenge, in NYAYADEEP Vol.XIII. Issue
1.January 2012 pp. 12-22.
11. Mamta Rao, Treading towards Green Justice through Green Tribunal: Published by All India
Reporters (AIR), Nagpur 2011 Corporate Law Cases 433 (Cal) Publication of AIR. pp 210-216.
12. Mamta Rao, Judicial Review vis-à-vis Ninth Schedule: Journal of M.P. Bar Council Times
Jabalpur. April-June 2009 pp.30-32.
13. Mamta Rao, Criminal Liability in cases of Medical Negligence- Criminal Law Journal, Dec.2005
2005 Criminal Law Journal 379 (J.S) Publication of All India Reporter Pvt.Ltd. Nagpur pp. 379384.
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14. Mamta Rao, Chequered path of maintenance: From Shah Bano to Daniel Latifi, NYAYA DEEP,
the Official Journal of NALSA (National Legal Services Authority, New Delhi) Vol.VI Issue-4
Oct.2005 pp.93-110.
15. Mamta Rao, Inclusion of Education under COPRA, MahilaVidhiBharati, No. MVB-8/2002 pp.
100-106.
16. Mamta Rao, Feminine Ordeal against Macabre Crimes 1999 (XII). Human Rights Special. Central
India Law Quarterly, Jabalpur pp. 434-454.
17. Mamta Rao, The Inscrutable Crime: Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace, 1999(XII).
Central India Law Quarterly, Jabalpur pp. 303-310.
18. Mamta Rao, Environment Protection: Need for Amnesty Environment, 1996 (IV) Central India
Law Quarterly, Jabalpur pp. 287-295.
19. Mamta Rao, Rising Trends of Violence Against Women, 1993 (VI) Central India Law Quarterly,
Jabalpur pp. 77-85.
20. Mamta Rao, Medical Negligence: Medical Services included in Consumer Protection Act 1986,
1992 (V) Central India Law Quarterly, Jabalpur pp. 457-467.
21. Mamta Rao, Of Law Makers & Law Breakers “Vacham”, Quarterly Journal on Human Rights.
Vol.II No.3 (1991). National Centre for Human Rights and Entitlement, Bhopal pp. 19.
22. Mamta Rao, Harnessed Waters: The Narmada Tribunal Award. Vacham. Vol. II No.1 Jan 1991pp
29-31
23. Nidhi Shukla, Domestic Violence, M.P. High Court Bar Magazine.2012.
24. Divya Chansoria and Umakant Gajbir, Democracy Human Rights and its Implementation,
Research Chronicles (International Multidisciplinary Research Journal); Vol.II, Issue:II, March
2014.
Books:
1.
Divya ChansoriaLokayukt in M.P., PratibhaPrakashan, Delhi, 1999.
2.
Divya Chansoria Rights and Responsibility of the free press in India, GyanBharti Publication
Shakti Nagar, New Delhi, (2000).
3.
Divya Chansoria and Rajeshwar Ashok, Information Technology Act, (2000).
4.
Divya Chansoria and Kiran Chouhan, Samanya Nagrik Sanhita, Mahilaon ki sthiti University
Publication, Daryaganj, New Delhi 2008.
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5.
Divya Chansoria and Ranjana Mishra, Law Dictionary, Vipin Kataria, Kataria, Law House
Jabalpur, 2009.
6.
Mamta Rao, Constitutional Law, Eastern Book Company, Lucknow. First Edition 2013 (ISBN
93-5028-949-0).
7.
Mamta Rao, Law Relating to Women and Children, Eastern Book Company, Lucknow, Third
Edition 2012 (ISBN 935028-661-0).
8.
Mamta Rao, Public Interest Litigation, Legal Aid and Lok Adalat, Eastern Book Company,
Lucknow. Third Edn.With supplement. 2011. (ISBN 93-5028-978-8).
9.
Mamta Rao, Public Interest Litigation, Legal Aid and Lok Adalat, Eastern Book Company,
Lucknow. Third Edn.2010 (ISBN 817012978-8).
10.
Mamta Rao, Public Interest Litigation, Legal Aid and LokAdalat,Eastern Book Company,
Lucknow. Third Edn.2010 (ISBN 817012978-8).
11.
Mamta Rao, Law Relating to Women and Children, Eastern Book Company, Lucknow, 2005
(ISBN 817012-815-3).
12.
Mamta Rao, Public Interest Litigation, Legal Aid and LokAdalat, Eastern Book Company,
Lucknow. Second Edition 2004 (ISBN 81-7012-810-2).
13.
Mamta Rao, Public Interest Litigation: A Renaissance in Social Justice, Eastern Book Co.
Lucknow 2002. (ISBN 817012-725-4).
14.
Mamta Rao, Public Utility Services under the Consumer Protection Act 1986, Deep and Deep
Publications, New Delhi. 1999. (ISBN 81-7629-160-90).
15.
Mamta Rao, Public Interest Litigation, Legal Aid and Lok Adalat, Eastern Book Company,
Lucknow. Fourth Edition 2014 is under print. (ISBN 978-93-5145-075-7).
16.
Nidhi Shukla, Gender Justice and Domestic Violence, Regal Publication, New Delhi,2014
ISBN
978-81-8484-332-3
Monographs
Published by NCHSE, Bhopal under Ford Foundation (US) Legal literacy project
1.
Adoption: Published by National Centre for Human Rights and Entitlement, Bhopal under Ford
Foundation (US) Legal literacy project. 1991, Vol 2 No.5. Human Rights Monographs Series.
2.
Child Labour: Need for Regulatory Provisions. Published by National Centre for Human Rights
and Entitlement, Bhopal under Ford Foundation (US) Legal literacy project.1991 Vol.2 No.11.
Human Rights Monographs Series.
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3.
Special Problems Relating to Women: Dowry. Published by National Centre for Human Rights
and Entitlement, Bhopal under Ford Foundation (US) Legal literacy project. 1990 Vol.2 No.3,
Human Rights Monographs Series.
Chapters in Books
1.
Mamta Rao, In the Book: Human Rights and Indian Constitution. Terrorism and Human
Rights, Edited byDr.Astha Bhanot, Published by Avishkar Publishers, Jaipur.2013 (ISBN 97881-7910-430-9) pp.76-96.
2.
Mamta Rao, In the Book, Human Rights in India, Issues and Challenges, Offences against
Women, Edited by O.C.Sharma, published by Raj Publications, Delhi-2000 (ISBN 81-8620810-0) pp. 203-211.
3.
Mamta Rao, In the Book, Crime against Women, Legal provisions with regard to prevention of
Crimes against Women, Edited by Aftab Alam, published by Ashish Publishing House, New
Delhi in 1994. (ISBN 81-7024-624-5) pp.34-46.
Nidhi Shukla, Female Foeticide , in book ”Gender Violence” of Dr. AsthaBhanot, ISBN 978-
4.
81-7132-757-7
5.
Nidhi Shukla, Changing Dimensions of Human Rights, book on Human Rights and
Human
Welfare of Dr. Astha Bhanot, 2013 ISBN 978-81-7132-747-8
23.
Details of patents and income generated: Nil.
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated: The department provides voluntary consultancy
service.

TISS provides the courses for skill development to the students and the classes for the same are
regularly held in the department.

MP State Legal Services Authority provides the training to the students and internships are also
carried upon.

The department works in collaboration with the High Court of Madhya Pradesh and the District
Court at Jabalpur in several events and activities related to academics as well as practice.

The department worked in collaboration with M.P. Police Women’s cell the at Jabalpur

The department worked in collaboration with the Hindi NyasSansthan New Delhi in a seminar on
the use of hindi in the field of law.
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25.
Faculty selected nationally/internationally to visit other laboratories/Institutions/
industries in India and abroad:
Yes. Faculty visits various institutions related to the field of law as experts, examiners and resource
persons
26.
Faculty serving in
Editorial Boards
Dr. Mamta Rao is theMember of Editorial Advisory Board of a Quarterly Law
Journal of Central India Law Institute, Jabalpur.
27.
any other (please
Dr. Mamta Rao is Life Member of MahilaVidhiBharati, New Delhi and Life
specify)
Member of All India Law Teachers Congress New Delhi.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher/orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs)
Name of faculty
Academic Staff
Period
Development
Programmes
Refresher courses
Dr. Mamta Rao (Changing dimensions of Law)
5 August to 24 August2013
Coordinator
Dr. Mamta Rao (Computer Application)
16 March to 04 April 2009
Dr. Mamta Rao ,Refresher Course for Middle level
1619 August 2012
Law TeachersOrganized by International Bar
Association Chair on Continuing Legal Education,
NLIUS, Bangalore and MILAT on Child Rights Law
and Advocacy
Staff training
Dr.Sujata Shrivastav attended IntellectualProperty
conducted by other
Course”Organized by Ministry of HRD & NLIU
institutions
Bhopal
17-21January2013.
Other criteria of faculty recharging strategies:
Activity
Participation in
Name of faculty

Prof. Divya ChansoriaPresented Paper In A National Seminar onIPR In
Workshops/Seminar
Biological Science On Plant Pathogenes :Exploitation And Management
s/Conferences
Organised By Deptt. Of Biology,RDVV Jabalpur2007

Prof.
Divya
ChansoriaPresented
Paper
InHitkariniMahilaMahavidyalaya,
Jabalpur On A National Seminar On Women Politics And Change In India Legal
And Constitutional Efforts For Change In Status Of Women Rights:Domestic
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Violence Act 2005

Prof.
Divya
Chansoria,
Presented
RaajnitiVikasKeBadalteAyamIn
A
Paper
On
National
Bharat
Seminar
Me
on
Shiksha:
Educational
Development Through Judicial Activism 2006

Prof. Divya Chansoria Presented Paper On Foreign Trade In India: State And
Direction In Seminar Organized By HitkariniMahilaMahavidyalayaOn Foreign
Trade Policy With Sp.Ref.To Constitutional Status,2006

Prof. Divya Chansoria Presented Paper In Seminar Organized By Deptt.Of Law,
R.D.V.V On Human Rights And Women On Changing Dimensions Of Human
Rights In India2013

Prof. Divya Chansoria Presented Paper In Human Rights And Awarness(National
Workshop) Howbagh Women’s Colege Human Rights And Awareness On
Human Rights And Awareness 2013

Prof. Divya Chansoria Presented Paper In Seminar Organized By Hawbagh
Women College On Foreign Direct Investment In Indian Ratail Sector Problem
And Prospect 2014

Dr. Mamta Rao Presented Paper On Empowerment of Women Through Judicial
Activism, Presented In National Seminar On Empowerment Of Women In India
(2003) Jabalpur.

Dr. Mamta Rao, Presented Paper On Human Rights And Disabled
PersonsInNational Seminar On Needs Of Human Rights In The Society,
Organized By Hitkarni Group Of Colleges, Jabalpur, 27-28 Feb.2007.

Dr. Mamta Rao, Presented Paper On Patenting Aggression Of The Developed
Nations Under The IprsOrganisedByDepartment Of Law, RDVV, March 6-7,
2006.

Dr. Mamta Rao, Presented Paper On Women’s Empowerment
Seminar
On
Women,
Politics
And
th
Change
InNational
Organized
By
th
HitkarniMahilaMahavidyalaya, Jabalpur, 17 -19 Feb. 2007.

Dr. Mamta Rao, Presented Paper On OnUniform Civil Code :A Step Towards
Gender Justice, In National Seminar On Women Empowerment In Modern
Indian Society, Organized By C.P.Mahila College, Jabalpur In 2009.

Dr. Mamta Rao, Presented Paper On OnInternational Terrorism And The United
Nations Response In National Seminar On Terrorism And Human Rights
Organized By AcharyaNagarjuna University, Guntur In 2009

Dr. Mamta Rao, Presented Paper On OnFemaleFoeticideInNational Seminar On
Female Foeticide- A Social CurseOrganized By Kesarwani College, Jabalpur
2010

Dr. Mamta ao, Presented Paper On OnLiteracyPresented In Seminar In Bhopal
Organized By Barkatullah University
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
Dr. Mamta Rao, Presented Paper OnOnChanging Dimensions Of Human Rights
In India. OrganisedByRani DurgawatiVishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur In 2012

Dr. Mamta Rao, Participated In Round Table Conference On Access To Justice
For Marginalized People, Organized By Madhya Pradesh State Legal Services
Authority Jabalpur And UNDP On 4thAugust 2012

Dr. Mamta Rao, Chaired A Session On Constitution And Acts In National
Conference On Right To Education: Challenges And Opportunities Organized By
St Aloysius College Sponsored By UGC Bhopal And ICSSR New Delhi,
31stAugust 2012

Dr. Mamta Rao, Presented Paper On Right To Education, A Constitutional
Mandate In National Conference On Right To Education: Challenges And
Opportunities Organized By St Aloysius College Sponsored By UGC Bhopal
And ICSSR New Delhi, 31stAugust 2012

Dr. Mamta Rao, Presented Paper On Role Of Human Rights Brotherhood And
Peace In Global Conference On Peace And Brotherhood On 23 Feb 2014

Dr.Nidhi Shukla Presented Paper In National Seminar On “Changing Dimensions
Of Human Rights In India”, 11th- 12thFebruary,2012 Sponsored By University
Institute Of Law

Dr.Nidhi Shukla, RashtriyaParisamwadOn “VidhiAurNyayKeShetraMe
BhartiyaBhasha” On 24thNov.2012

Dr. Chetna Upadhyaya, Participated In National Seminar On Right To
Information, Organized By Hitkarini Law College,Jbp.

Dr. Chetna Upadhyaya Participated In National Seminar On Changing
Dimensions Of HumanRights, Organized By Law Department RDVV Jbp.

Dr. Chetna Upadhyaya Participated In National Seminar On Social Security
Schemes In India OrganisedByNavyug Arts &Commerce College Jbp.

Dr. Chetna Upadhyaya ParticipatedIn National Seminar On Human Rights For
Women Organized By Hitkarini Law College Jbp.

Dr. Nidhi Shukla, Presented Paper On GhareluHinsa-Karan AurSamadhan,
Sponsored By Regional Office Bhopal,UGC, 18-19-20 February,2010
28.
Number of student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies
(agency names):
Students doinginternshipwith Human rights commission,District and state legal services authority and as
legal clerks in High Court. They also do their internal assessments/projects/dissertations inhouse and
with other agencies.
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29.
Awards / national/ international recognitions of professional bodies and agencies received
by faculty members, doctoral/ postdoctoral fellows and students during the last four
years:
Prof. DivyaChansoria received KabirSamman, SahityaSahodar, 2013.
30.
Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops /sensitizing programmes organized and the source of
funding (national / international) with details of some eminent persons invited:
Seminars/ Conferences/
Period
Funding source (National/ International)
Wokshps/
SensitizingProgrammes
National Seminar on Changing
11-12th February
Dimensions of Human Rights
2012
Human Rights Day
December 10, 2012
Self funded
Under the aegis of Prof Narendra Singh Lecture
series. Self funded
Women’s Day
Paralegal Volunteers Training
th
March 8 , 2012
In collaboration with police department.
th
9-13 May 2012
In collaboration with the MPSLSA
November 24 2012,
In collaboration with the Hindi NyasSansthan New
programme
Seminar On
VidhiEvamNyayaKeShetra
Delhi
Mein BhartiyaBhasha
Refresher courseChanging
05- 24 August 2013
With ASC, RDVV
8th March, 2014
Self funded
Dimensions of Law
Women’s Day
31.
Code of ethics followed by the departments:

The department tries its best to adopt anti-plagiarism means for research.

The department has prescribed uniform for children of the department and is enforced strictly.
Number of students admitted in university departments in the last four academic years:
32.
Programme-wise demand ratio:
Name of the Programme
Applications
Selected
Received
(Current year)
Male
Female
UG
180
78
102
PG
120
38
82
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33.
22
05
17
Diversity of Students:
U.G.
2009-2010
a. Students from the same state
b. Students from other state
P.G.
Ph.D.
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
182
82
38
24
6
6
1
1
-
-
-
-
Grand Total
2010-2011
a. Students from the same state
b. Students from other state
340
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
179
85
35
30
6
6
1
2
2
1
-
-
Grand Total
2011-2012
Male
a. Students from the same state
b. Students from other state
Female
Male
Female
Male
347
Female
159
82
29
16
8
4
2
3
2
-
-
-
Grand Total
U.G.
2012-2013
a. Students from the same state
e. Students from other state
2013-14
a. Students from the same state
b. Students from other state
34.
P.G.
305
Ph.D.
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
164
100
20
8
8
3
0
0
1
1
Nil
Nil
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
168
116
19
18
2
2
2
0
2
1
Nil
Nil
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise (last four
years)?
A number of students become judge and civil judges while others go for practice as advocates. The
students of the department are also in JAGs, MNCs,Public undertakings as law officers, ADPOs, Public
Prosecutors, Assistant Public Prosecutors and Law Teachers.
35.
Student progression:
Student Progression
UG to PG
Number
% against enrolled
10
65
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36.
3
Diversity of staff:
% of faculty from
% of faculty from other
% of faculty
% of faculty from other
theSame
universitieswithin the
fromUniversities outside
countries
university
State
the State
50
37.
20
50
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period: Eight.
38.

SharadSahu

NeenaPyasi

NidhiShukla

SujataShrivastava

Sunil Sharma

Shruti Paul Singh

NidhiShukla

ChetnaUpadyaya
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities
The Department has its own building with six class rooms, common rooms for girls and boys, library
and maintains a separate library that has over 1800 titles of postgraduate/reference books, and back
volumes of journals. On-line access to e-journals and books is available through INFLIBNET service of
the UGC.Itoffers wi fi /LAN facilities facility to students with around 20 computers and 2 laptops
39.
List of post-doctoral, doctoral students and Research Associates (current academic year)
a) From the host institution/university: 12
b) From other institutions/universities: 02
40.
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University:
Scholarship is offered to approx. 40 SC, ST students from the department.
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s):
Revision of existing programmes for graduation and post-graduation and introduction of course work at
doctoral level was guided by the recent advances that have come in the field of law .Such exercise was
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based on feedback from students mandate of BCI and demands of the working in courts. All revisions
were effected through discussion in Board of Studies and Faculty meetings.
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from:
The department obtains feedback fromFaculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation,
from Students on staff, curriculum teaching-learning-evaluation and from Alumni / employers on the
programmes offered. The reactions are then analysed and changes made accordingly.Apart from above
feedback is also taken from advocates of the high court and district courts.
43.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) University alumni
association:
44.

Justice Fakhruddin

Justice Ajit Singh

Justice Sanjay Yadav

Justice Satish Sharma

Justice SheelNagu

Justice AlokAradhe

ShriRajendraTiwari

ShriRajendra Singh

Shri R N Singh

Shri A P Siddiqui

ShriGouravVerma, JAGs

Ms. Shubhangi Palo (Lower Judiciary)

Mrs. Shakti khare(Lower Judiciary)

Mr. Bhupesh Mishra (Lower Judiciary)
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years)
Course-wise no.
Special lectures/ Workshops /
No. of external experts
Total working
of students
Seminar
involved
hours utilized
participated
BA.LL.B (hons.)
Moot Courts/workshops/seminars
Judges/Senior
/lokadalat/ para legal volunteers
advocates/jurists
different fields of law
45.
INTERNSHIPS and
from
such
activities
are
part of curriculum
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty
for different programmes:
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46.

Classroom lecture method.

Classroom seminars

Teaching through power-point presentations.

Practical Training through moot courts .

Group discussion methods.

Court Visits
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?
The department ensures and monitors outcomes by conducting comprehensive theory tests & viva-voce,
monitoring of results by the departmental committee which analyzes learning outcomes. Also by
feedback from students and continuous interaction with parents.
47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities:

Legal literacy and aid clinic and programmes undertaken by Paralegal volunteers under Legal Aid
clinic/Legal aid programmes

Jail Visits

Visits to Courts/ police Stations

The students of the department are participating in skill development program in collaboration
With Tata Institute of Social Sciences.

Through NSS

Students of the department regularly participate in cultural , social and other competitive activities
organized by University/colleges/other organizations
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department:

Practices to encourage and monitor graduate aptitudes (academic abilities, personal qualities and
transferable skills among students)

Through inter semester moot courts and debates, participation in youth festivals and various
competitions.
49.
State whether the programme/department is accredited/ graded by other agencies: By
BCI.
50.
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied:
Law is a dynamic subject. It involves both academics as well as practical training. The department
excels in theoretical learning as well as practical training which includes moot courts, internships, court
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visits and even paralegal volunteers’ training. The faculty makes its contribution intellectually by doing
research on the living topics of law.
51.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department:
Strength:

The fundamental strength lies in our Alumni and students. We are proud to be a department which
has students who continuously strive for excellence in not only academics but in extracurricular
activities as well.

We have a small but very useful library in our own department which carries books pertaining to
law subjects.

We have formulated an independent organising committee of the department which takes care of
events like debates, moot courts, cultural events, musical programmes, etc. This ensures flawless
organisation of such activities alongwith academics.

Then there also exists a panel of students specially constituted for taking feedback from students of
all the semesters and forwarding the same to the head and Dean of the department so that various
actions could be sought out to meet the requirements and expectations of the students.

Classes of all the semesters are held regularly, maintaining attendance and discipline hold
prominence and activities of each single student are carefully monitored so that their aptitude and
attitude could be shaped in a manner which could prove helpful in making their future bright.
Weaknesses:

Better and more spacious infrastructure required.

Better collaboration with various NGO’s.

More regular staff
Opportunities:

The field of law is ever expanding. Law as a subject has never generated so much interest and
enthusiasm amongst the students as it's undoubtedly doing today.

Better collaboration with NGO’s.

Our students have capabilities to become very articulate and excellent lawyers. We are committed
to utilise this opportunity in taking out the best of them by encouraging them to participate in
various national and international competitions and to refine their capabilities constantly to stay
ahead in competition.
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
We are destined to be a department which has the golden opportunity of contributing towards
making our law students such professionals in future that the effect they create after entering into
the legal field can positively enhance the social fabric of the nation. Lawyers affect the whole
system of governance of a nation to high extents and being a part of that system we are committed
to make a difference by medium of the teachings we impart to the students.

Our association with District Legal Services Authority and M.P.L.S.A is such a collaboration
which can create a huge difference by guiding the aggrieved population seeking justice through
courts. Every person in the society doesn't have sufficient legal knowledge to initiate a legal action
in his case hence more collaboration with such bodies would be beneficial.
Challenges:

Updating courses as per time and as per standards of other national and international universities.

Ensuring upgradation in technological equipment for teaching students and making them available
latest means of studies to compete with students at national level.

To make sure that the interest towards law as a subject amongst students not only remains
consistent but also increases with time.

Keeping pace with upcoming areas of research like intellectual property rights, alternative disputes
resolution mechanism ,cyber laws, etc
52.
Future plans of the Department:

Deeper collaboration with M.P.L.S.A to provide legal aid to general persons who may not possess
awareness regarding legal procedures and laws.

Subscription to prominent online journals and providing computer access to students to enable
them to research and learn by adopting advanced methods.

To start various new courses like B.Com LL.B, B.B.A. LL. B. and M.Phil in law subjects to
availability of space and infrastructure. Also introduce diploma courses and short duration
certificate courses.
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Evaluative Report of Department of Library Science
1.
Name of the Department
:
Department of Library and Information Science
2.
Year of establishment
:
1998
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Arts
4.
Names of programmes offered:
Course/programme
Under Graduate
Degree awarded
B.Lib. I.Sc. ( Bachelor of Library &
Subject combinations
Library & Information Science
Information Science)
Post Graduate
M.Lib. I.Sc. ( Master of Library &
Library & Information Science
Information Science)
5.
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved: Nil
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions : Nil
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons : Nil
8.
Examination System:
 The Department is currently following Annual and Semester Examination System
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
9.
q)
Does the department offer self-funded programmes? If yes, how many courses? (Numbers only):
02
r)
Does the department offer Programmes with Annual System (numbers only)?
:
01
s)
Does the department offer Programmes with Semester and Trimester (numbers only)?
:
01
t)
Latest revision of the curriculum (year) and frequency thereof M. Phil.
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What percentage of courses underwent a syllabus revision?
10.
Number of teaching posts (sanctioned, filled and actual)
Sanctioned (number)
:
Yes
Filled (number)
02
Guest Faculty
11.
: 2002
Male
Female
01
01
Faculty profile:
No. of years
No. of Ph.D./M.Phil.
students guided in last
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
of experience
--
03
--
--
01
--
four years
Other Categories :
Guest
Faculty
Mr. S.P.
M. Phil.,
Guest
Tripathi
UGC NET.
Lecturer
Miss Aarti
M.Lib. I.Sc.,
Guest
Gwaler
UGC NET
Lecturer
12.
List of senior Visiting Fellows, Adjunct Faculty, And Emeritus Professors
13.
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty – programme-wise information
14.
B.Lib. I.Sc.
:
100%
M.Lib. I.Sc.
:
100%
:
Nil
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Programme
Total no. of
Total
no.
of
students
faculty engaged
Ratio of teachers
% of workload taken by
to students
temporary faculty
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15.
B.Lib. I.Sc.
10
02
1:5
100
M.Lib. I.Sc.
14
02
1:7
100
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual
:
Nil
16.
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies
:
Nil
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects
:
Nil
18.
List details of completed projects under following heads
:
Nil
19.
List recognitions such as UGC-SAP, CAS, Department with Potential for Excellence, DSTFIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc. with total grant received
:
Nil
20.
List Research facility
:
Nil
21.
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies : Nil
22.
Publications
1. Tripathi, S. P. and Shukla, S. B., Reading habits in IT are among the Research Scholars of the
University of Allahabad: A Survey the XXIV National Seminar of the IASLIC, D.D.U. Gorakhpur
University, Gorakhpur- 102-110
2. Tripathi, S. P. and Sarvesh Kumar, Mukta Vishwavidyalayee Pustkalaya Sevaon me Dr.Ranganathan
ke Pustkalaya Vigyan ke Punchsutra sambandhi Darshan ki Prasangikta (2010) Jigyasa: A Research
Journal 3: 374-377
3. Tripathi, S. P. and Shukla, S. B., Doorastha Shiksha me Hindi ke Vikas me Pustkalyon ki Bhoomika
Shree Prabhu Pratibha, (2011) Research Journal of Humanities, 1.1: 107-110
4. Tripathi, S. P. and Shukla, S. B., Development of Library Legislation in India (2011) Vidhan: A
Research Journal, 1.1: 42-49
5. Tripathi, S. P. and Pooja Vashishtha, Doorastha Shiksha ke Pustkalaya avam Suchna Kendron me ICT
ki Bhoomika avam Upadeyata (2011) Sanchar Bulletin: Bilingual International Research Journal, 1.1
(2): 77-79.
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6. Kumar, Sarvesh and Tripathi, S. P., Ling-Bhed avam Mahilaon ke Adhikar: Ek Vidhik Adhyayan
(2011) Vidhan: A Research Journal, 2: 145-148
7. Tripathi, S. P. and Kumar, Sarvesh, Doorverty Shiksha ke Vikas me Pustkalyon ki Bhoomika: Ek
Anusheelan (2011) Wisdom Herald: An International Research Journal of SITBS, 2: 125-130
8. Tripathi, S. P, Workshop on ICT Application in Libraries: A Report (2011) Vidhan: A Research
Journal
4: 259-261
9. Tripathi, S. P. and Dubey, Challenges and Future of Library and Information Science Education in
India (2012) Vidhan: A Research Journal, 1.1: 54-58
23.
Details of patents and income generated
:
Nil
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated
:
Nil
Consultancy by faculty members individually and by the department as a unit in last four years (paid or
honorary)

Partner organizations (industries, Central/State Govt., NGO’s, Govt. Agencies including funding
agencies, Commissions, Press and Publications and like)

Nature of consultancy (technical report, common curricular development, process and product
designing, statistical analysis, demographic analysis, budgetary assistance,
technical material
analysis, software and website development, editing and refereeing for journals, documentation and so
on)

25.
Period of consultancy, any published and/or online document generated.
Faculty selected nationally / internationally to visit other laboratories / Institutions/
industries in India and abroad
26.
:
Nil
Faculty serving in
a.
National
committees
(Mr. S.P. Tripathi)
 Lifetime Member of Indian Association of Special
Libraries and Information Center (IASLIC), Kolkata
 Lifetime Member of Uttar Pradesh Library Association
(UPLA), Lucknow
 Founder Member of Society for Library and IT
Professionals (SLIP), Allahabad
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b.
International committees
c.
Editorial Boards
Editor
of
‘VIDHAN’
Research
Journal
(Quarterly)
(ISSN:2230-9896)
27.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs)
:
Nil
Other criteria of faculty recharging strategies:
Activity
Participation in external Workshops / Seminars /
Name of faculty
Period
Mr. S.P. Tripathi
Seminar – 13
Conferences recognized by national / international
Workshop - 05
professional bodies?
Presentation of papers in Workshops / Seminars /
Mr. S.P. Tripathi
Seminar - 04
Mr. S.P. Tripathi
2009-2010
Conferences conducted or recognized by professional
agencies?
Have teaching experience in other universities /
national institutions and other institutions?
28.
2011-2012
Number of student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies
(agency names)
:
Yes
 percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter-departmental Projects: 50%
 percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with other universities / Industry / institute:
50%
29.
Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level :
30.
Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops /sensitizing programmes organized and the source of
Nil
funding (national / international) with details of some eminent persons invited: Yes
Seminars/
Conferences/Workshps
/sensitizingProgrammes
Funding
Period
source
(National/
Name of one/two
eminent person
International)
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invited
Workshop on ICT Application in
27-11-2011
Society for Library
Libraries
31.
Dr. V.R. Tiwari, Librarian,
&I.T. Professionals
HRI, Allahabad
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments:
Number of students admitted in university departments in the last four academic years
Categories
Year 1 (2010-11)
Year 2 (2011-2012)
Year
3
(2012-
2013)
Male
32.
Female
Female
Male
4
(2013-
2014)
Female
Male
Female
SC
01
04
01
02
01
03
01
02
ST
01
03
01
02
01
02
01
01
OBC
01
04
01
03
--
04
01
05
General
02
12
02
18
02
10
02
11
Programme-wise demand ratio
:
Name of the
Applications
Selected
Programme
Received
(Current year)
UG
30
PG
33.
Male
Year
40
Demand ratio
Male
Female
Male
Female
2
12
-
-
4
16
-
-
Diversity of students:
Name of the
% of
% of students
% of students
% of
Programme
students
from other
fromuniversities
students
from the
universities
outside theState
fromother
same
within the
university
State
(Separately
for
UG, PG, M.Phil.,
Ph.D.,
D.
Sc.,
countries
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D.Litt., etc.)
B.Lib. I.Sc.
34.
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
80
90
10
08
10
02
--
--
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise (last four
years)?
3 students qualified NET
35.
Student progression:
100 % from UG to PG
36.
37.
Diversity of staff:
% of faculty from
% of faculty from
% of faculty from
% of faculty from
the
other universities
Universities outside the
other countries
Same university
within the State
State
50
50
0
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period
38.
0
:
Nil
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities as Y/N with regard to
Department has a 02 classrooms. Computer-student ratio is 1:8 Departments also maintains a separate
departmental library. The department also offers Internet facilities for staff and students. Department
have LAN system, 3computer with internet facility and proprietary software.
39.
List of post-doctoral, doctoral students and Research Associates: Nil
40.
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University : Nil
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development?
of new programme(s)?
: Nil
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42.
Does the department obtain feedback from?

: Yes
Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the department
utilize the feedback?

: Yes
Students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does the department utilize
the feedback?

: Yes
Alumni and employers on the programmes offered and how does the department utilize the
feedback?
43.
: Yes
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) University alumni
association
:
Dr. Supriya Shukal
Mr. Ajay Mishra
Mr. Rahul Thakur
Mr. Mahendra singh Patel
Ms. Mandakini Chaudhary
44.
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years)
Course-wise
45.
of
Special
lectures/
No. of external
Total working
students participated
workshops / seminar
experts involved
hours utilized
15
Special Lecture
01
4 hrs.
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes
Teaching/
46.
no.
training
Course-wise no. of
Gadgets used (if
% of total work load as
methods
students
any)
per time table
Class- room teaching
B.Lib. I.Sc. – 10
Computers,
100
M.Lib. I.Sc.- 14
Internet and OHP
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored: Yes
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All the students qualifying from the Department are absorbed in different sector of the society and
library.
47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities : Yes
The students and facuties are participating in the extension activities like visits to the National and
local Library.
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department
 Example: New technologies deployed by the department in enhancing student learning and evaluation
during the last four years;
Yes. Library automation
 Practices to encourage and monitor graduate aptitudes (academic abilities, personal qualities and
transferable skills among students) – with some examples
Yes- motivational Lecture for personality developments
49.
State whether the programme / department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If
yes, give details: None
50.
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied:
Yes- By a student of the Department a New Library Software has been developed.
51.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department:
Strength:

Exposure of different Libraries to the students, Practical training as per the need of the library
management in various departments.
Weakness:

Shortage of faculty and latest equipments.
Opportunities:
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
To expose the students an open up new opportunity for them in the area of Library Science
management.
Challenges:

52.
e-Library development, and facility for android technology for e-books.
Future plans of the Department:
 Establishment of Computer Lab equipped with modern Library Software, Editing suits, audio and
video tools and to train students to create, organize and disseminate different knowledge packages.
 Department is planning to start a PG Diploma on Library Automation and Networking as well as
research programmes i.e. M.Phil. and Ph.D.
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Evaluative Report of Department of P. G. Studies and Research in
Lifelong Learning & Extension Education
1.
Name of the Department
: Department of P.G. Studies in Lifelong Learning & Extension
Education
2.
Year of establishment
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Education of the University
4.
Names of programmes offered:
: 1983
Course/programme
Degree awarded
Subject combinations
Post Graduation
MA Rural
Development and
Rural Administration, Rural
Industrialization, Rural marketing and
finance, Non-Government
Organizations, Rural Social Change,
Rural Tribal Sociology, Rural
Cooperation and HRD.
Research
Ph.D. degree in Rural
Development
different areas of Rural Development &
Population Education & Social
Problems
Skill Development programme
Short duration
courses
Related to social problem and skill
development programme
During the last four years, how many new programmes at UG and PG levels were introduced? Give
details: Programmes in emerging areas
5.
:
Yes- Population Education/Education/Social Problems
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved :
Yes
 The department is arranging programme with other colleges such as
Name of college
Principal
Guru Nanak
Women's College,
Jabalpur
Dr. Vimal K.
Saini
G.S. Comm. & Eco
Dr. Arun
Co-ordinator
Dr, Pravesh
Pandey
Dr. Sunil
Programme
Amount
To Create awareness
about training of
Public representative
and Panchayat official
14.000=00
To Create awareness
among non computer
25,000=00
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College, Jabalpur
Kumar
Deshpandey
student of Com.
A.P. Narmada,
Mahavidhyalaya,
Sadar
Dr. Vasundhara
Sharma
Smt. Jaya
Samdikar
1.Yoga Training
9,125=00
St. Alloysious
College, Jabalpur
Dr. Mahendra
K. Gupta
1) Mrs. Sonali
Nigam
2) Ms.Deepa
Chowdhar
3) Mrs. Siby
Samuel
4) Mrs. Siby
Samuel
1)Drinking Water and
Environmental `
3) Computer
Awareness Programme
4) Orientation of NonTeaching Staff
14,600=00
Hitkarini Mahila
Mahavidyal ya
Dr. Madhulika
Adhikari
Jabalpur
17,100=00
12,120=00
12,240=00
1) Dr.Shikha
Bansal
1)Drug Addiction &
Problems
25,000=00
2) Dr.Purnima
Sharma
2)Computer
Knowledge
Dr. Ashok
Soni
Awareness Of RTI act
25,500=00
1) Computer
Awareness
9,500=00
20,000=00
Ha wabag Women's
College, Jabalpur
Prof.S. Rodgers
M.V.V. Arts &
Comm. College,
Jabalpur
Smt.Bhuwanesh
wari singh
Sardar Patel
College, Balaghat
Sheipal Angwe
Rajesh K.
Lilhare
Drinking water &
Environmental
Pollution
25,000=00
Govt. Girls College
Katni
Dr.S.R.Nawange
Dr. Sadhana Jain
Mashroom Cultivation
25,000=00
C.P. Mahila
College Jabalpur
Dr.B.Bhatnager
Jitendra Darekar
Computerized
Financial A/C
24,500=00
Smt. Preeti
Pachouri
9,500=00
2) For Yoga
Total
2,68.185=00
=
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions etc. : Nil
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons
8.
Examination System: Annual/Semester/Trimester/Choice Based Credit system:
: Nil
Semester system is continuing and for choice based credit system, a proposal has been submitted.
9.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
: Nil
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10.
Number of teaching posts (sanctioned, filled and actual):
Sanctioned
(number)
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Nil
00
00
01
00
Associate Professors
-
00
00
00
01
Assistant Professors
02
01
01
00
00
Others (Guest Fac.)
01
01
-
-
-
No. of years
No. of
Ph.D./M.Phil.
students guided in
last four years
Professor
11.
Filled (number)
Faculty profile:
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
of
experience
Permanent faculty:
Prof. B.K.
Sahoo
Dr. A.K.
Gill
M.A. Ph.D
CPS, PG Dip in
Adult
Education
Professor
M.A. Ph.D, Dip
in Adult
Education
Reader
Adult
Education
31 years
07
31 years
07
-
-
Population
Education
Adult
Education
Other categories:
Dr. Navin
Kochre
12.
M.A. in Rural
Development,
Ph.D, Dip. in
Tribal Studies,
Guest
Faculty
Adult
Education 6
years Not
Required
List of senior Visiting Fellows, Adjunct Faculty, and Emeritus Professors
: Nil
13.
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty –programme-wise information:
 MA Rural Development: 25%
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14.
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Programme
Total no.
Total no. of
Ratio of
% of workload taken
of
faculty engaged
teachers to
by temporary faculty
students
students
-
-
-
-
2010-2011
14
03
1:4
25%
2011-2012
07
03
1:2
-
2012-2013
14
03
1:4
-
2013-2014
14
03
1:4
-
14
02
1:7
-
(1) M.A. Rural
Development
(2) Ph.D:
2010 to 2014
15.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual:
In the Dept. of Life Long learning and Extension is having 1 Administrative staff and 1 other. They are
shown in the form of following table:
Academic Support
Staff
Administrative
16.
Sanctioned (number)
Filled (number)
Actual (number)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
-
-
-
01
01
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies
Female
:
Rural Development, Funding agencies as Dept. of Rural Development, Govt. of India and State Govt. of
M.P.
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects
:
Nil
18.
List details of completed projects under following heads
:
Nil
19.
List recognitions such as UGC-SAP, CAS, Department with Potential for Excellence, DSTFIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc. with total grant received
20.
:
Nil
List Research facility:
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Well maintained Departmental library with Computers for each student and Field work facility in Tribal
and Rural area.
21.
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies : Nil
22.
Publicationss
:
23.
Details of patents and income generated
:
Nil
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated
:
Nil
25.
Faculty selected nationally / internationally to visit other laboratories / Institutions/
industries in India and abroad
: Yes
Name of the
faculty
member
Laboratory/
Institutions/
Industries visited
Capacity
Period of
visit
Nil
Nature of
Fellowship/Assistantship/
other financial assistance
received
National
Prof. B.K.
Sahoo
1.Vikram
University Ujjain
2. RMRC for
Tribal Jabalpur.
Dr. A. K. Gill
Reader &
Head
3. N.E.S. College
of Education
Jabalpur and
Tribal college of
Education.
1.Swayamsidh
Institute of
Paramedical
Technology
,Mandla College
Member of Board
of Studies in
Continuing
Education.
Ethical Committee
member
2 years
2 years
2 years
Management
Committee
Member of
Governing Bodies
2 years
2 years
Member of
Governing Bodies
2. Chanchla Bai
College ,Jabalpur
26.
Faculty serving in: Nil
27.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs): Nil
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28.
Number of student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies
(agency names): 40
 percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter-departmental Projects :
100
 percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with other universities / Industry / institute: Nil
29.
Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level: Nil
30.
Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national
international) with details of outstanding participants, if any : yes
Seminars/
Conferences/Workshps
/sensitizingProgrammes
Programmers Continuing education
31.
2012-13
U.G.C. New Delhi
Prof. Ram Rajesh
Mishra and Prof.
H.P. Verma
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
SC
33.
Name of one/two
eminent person
invited
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments:
Categories
32.
Period
Funding source
(National/
International)
Programme-wise demand ratio:
Name of the
Applications
Programme
Received
Selected
Demand ratio
(Current year)
Male
Female
Male
Female
PG
15
04
09
1:1.2
1:1.4
Ph.D.
2
01
01
1:1
1:1
Diversity of students
Name of the
Programme
(Separately for
UG, PG,
M.Phil., Ph.D.,
D. Sc., D.Litt.,
etc.)
M.A. Rural
Development
% of
students
from the
same
university
% of students
from other
universities
within the
State
% of students
from universities
outside the State
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
30
70
-
-
-
% of
students
from other
countries
Female
-
Male
-
Female
-
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34.
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise (last four
years)?
Examination
UGC-CSIR
NET
35.
Applied (no.)
Qualified (no.)
Percentage
(Female in brackets)
(Female in brackets)
(Female in brackets)
S
T
SC
OB
C
Gen
ST
SC
OBC
Gen
S
T
S
C
OB
C
Gen
-
01
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Student progression:
Student Progression
Number
% against enrolled
06
8
PG to Ph.D.
36.
Diversity of staff:
% of faculty from the
Same university
% of faculty from other
universities
within the State
100
37.
% of faculty from
Universities outside
the State
% of faculty
from other
countries
-
-
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period: Nil
38.
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities as Y/N with regard to
Department has a 04 classrooms and have 1 LCD
projector, 3 OHP and 1 DVD player. Computer-
student ratio is 1:1. Departments also maintain a separate
small library with new books and
journals. The department offers Internet facilities for staff and students and has 10 computers with
internet facility. The number of systems with individual configurations is 10.
39.
List of Post-Doctoral, Doctoral students and Research Associates
a) From the host institution/university
:
Home institution
Under the Guidance of Dr. A.K. Gill
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1.
Bimla Kachchap: Awarded “ ty xgz .k {k=
s eas df` "kd ,oa xjS df` "kd dk;kZs eas efgykvkas dh Hkkxhnkjh A <hej[kM
s k+
i[z k.M ds fo'k"s k lna HkZ eas A”+ ”
2.
Jogendra Kumar Pathak: Awarded In Economic Study of Production and marketing of Food grains
(Rice & Wheat) in Jabalpur Division of Madhaya Pradesh.
3.
Anjali Singh: Awarded “Ek/;inz s k ds xkz eh.k {k=
s kas eas lLa Fkkxr foRrh; lLa Fkkvkas }kjk xkz eh.k ijEijkxr dkS ky grs q
inz k; _.k vk; mRiknu ij iHz kko iukxj fodkl [k.M ds lna HkZ eas ”
4.
Prasant Karamveer (Awarded) Topic Name "Study on Impact Assessment of Tribal Development
Program and constraints in uplifting the Tribal Economy" in Mandla Districts of Madhya Pradesh.
5.
Mr. Navin Kochre (Awarded) “tutkrh; efgykvkas ds fodkl eas ikz <S @
+ fujra j f k{kk dh Hkfw edk o iHz kko fo k"s kdj
ftyk tcyijq ds d.q Me rglhy ds lna HkZ eAas ”
6.
Sunil Kumhar:- (Awarded) “xkz eh.k fodkl eas mUur'khy df` "k rduhd dk vkfFZ kZ d
lkekftd v/;;u ikVu
rglhy ds lna HkZ eAas
Under the Guidance of Prof. B.K. Sahoo:
Ku. Gayatri
Mohanty
--"--
Study of Women empowerment through
Developmental Programmes in Jabalpur.
District of M.P.
Ph.D.
Awarded in
2009
Ku. Kumkum
Kasturi
--"--
Applied for Registration The Role of
Non-Governmental Organization in
Tribal upliftment in Mandla District
Ph.D.
Awarded
Mr. Murlidhar
Kachhi
--"--
Xkzkeh.kksa dks muds vf/kdkjksa ,oa dkuwuh :Ik ls
loaf/kZr djus esa yksd vnkyrksa ,oa fof/kd lk{kjrk
f kfojksa dh izHkkokRed fdz;k khyrk ,oa fujarjrk dk
v/;;u tcyiqj ftys ds fo ks"k lanHkZ esAa
Ph.D.
Awarded in
2009
Archna Pathak
--"--
" Role of Adjustment ability among +2
co-educational and non-co-educational
girl students in rural urban areas"
Ph.D.
Awarded
Mrs. Anjali
Singh
Co-guide
Mr. Prashant
Karamveer
Co-guide
Mrs. Swati Singh
2009
2011
Ph.D.
Awarded in
2009
“ Study on Impact Assessment of Tribal
Development
Programmes
and
constraints in Upliftment the Tribal
economy in Mandla District of Madhya
Pradesh”
Ph.D.
Awarded
Role
Ph.D.
Registered
laLFkkvksa }kjk xzkeh.k ijEij
_.k vk; dk mRiknu ij izHkko iukxj fodkl
[k.M ds lanHkZ esA
Guide
performance
of
women's
in
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Panchyat of Sihora
Mrs. Anju
Pandey
Guide
Ku.Santwana
Agrawal
Guide
Ku.Neetu Nahar
Guide
Dimple Verma
Guide
tcyiqj ftys esa xktj?kkl (ikjfFkZfu;e) ls
lacf/kr tkx:drk dk v/;;u
Ph.D.
tcyiqj e-iz esa 'kkldh; 'kkykvksa esa fdz;kfUor
e/;kUg Hkkstu dk ewY;kadu ewY;kadu dk vkfFkZd
izHkko dk voyksdu (fo'ks"kr% ckyk/kkV ftys ds
lanHkZ esa)
Ph.D
lesfdr cky fodkl lsok ;kstuk dh leh{kk
tcyiqj ftys ds lanHkZ esa
Ph.D.
"Impact of Socio-economic status on
personality and intelligence of higher
secondary students"
Ph.D.
Awarded
2011
Registered
2011
Registered
2011
Registered
2011
b) From other institutions/universities
: Nil
40.
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University
: Nil
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
Programme(s)?
: Nil
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from
: Nil
43.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) University alumni
association:
1.
B.K. Mahapatra
:
State co-coordinator Basix India Orissa
2.
Kinjalkar
:
Assistant Professor J.N.KV.V. Jabalpur
3.
Jogendra Kumar Pathak :
Lecturer Xavior Institute Jabalpur
4.
Astha Bhanot
:
Asst.Professior ,St.Aloysious college,Jabalpur
5.
Dipti Jain
:
Conversant Guest Faculty,Education,Jabalpur
6.
Gaytri Mohanty
:
Co-ordinator Serva Sikha Abhiyan,Orissa
7.
Kukum
:
Editor ,Vanswar
8.
Vimla Kachhap
:
Co-ordinator Xaviour Institiute,Jabalpur
9.
Vinita Urvedi
:
Teacher,Kundam School,Jabalpur
10. Dr.Pushpa Taneja
:
Assit.Prof. Mahakoushal college, Jabalpur
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44.
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years)
Course-wise no. of
students
participated
02
45.
Special lectures/
workshops / seminar
Barkutullah
Bhopal
University,
No. of external
experts involved
01
Total working
hours utilized
24 hours
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes:
Yes, Multimedia mode of teaching
46.
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?:
Yes, regular meeting with the students.
47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities :
Yes, Faculty involved in the extension activities.
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department:
Computer and Audio-visual equipments and OHP are used enhancing students learning and
evaluation process.
Example: New technologies deployed by the department in enhancing student
learning and evaluation during the last four years
Practices to encourage and monitor graduate aptitudes (academic abilities, personal qualities and
transferable skills among students) – with some examples
(Briefly mention specific examples as to how these linkages can be promoted)
49.
1.
Curriculum development
2.
Internship
3.
On-the-job training
4.
Faculty exchange and development
5.
Research
6.
Publication
7.
Consultancy
8.
Extension
9.
Student placement
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If
yes, give details
: Nil
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50.
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied:
 The staff of the department are generating new knowledge through research & guiding the students
for research & Project Work.
51.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department.
Strength

India is a rural based country, most of the people depend upon agriculture so, and subject like
the Rural Development can be an asset for the students to implement their knowledge for rural
agriculture society.

The Rural development programme will further help engagement with rural areas for increasing
their awareness with respect to the development works in the urban areas.
 Subjects like rural development help to equip the rural areas with educational facilities, overall
geographical development, medical and health facilities of the areas.
Weakness
 The department is not having infrastructure and instructional facilities for the students.
Opportunities
 There is enough opportunity for the students of rural development and rural based industries
Challenges

52.
There is a challenge before the department to meet and fulfill the demands of the rural society.
Future plans of the Department:
 The department at present is running with two regular teaching staff but is needs more faculty to
meet the demands of the students, therefore proposal for faculty will be submitted.
 Infrastructural facilities are constrained before the department therefore building proposal will be
submitted in future.
 Field visit to the students is required for which specific proposal will be submitted so, that students
will be well trained and aware about the social problems & sort-out the problems.
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Evaluative Report of Department of P. G. Studies and Research in
Mathematics and Computer Science
1.
Name of the Department
: Department of P.G. Studies and Research in Mathematics
and Computer Science
2.
Year of establishment: 1963
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Mathematical Science.
4.
Names of programmes offered:
Course/programme
Degree awarded
Subject combinations
Postdoctoral research
D.Sc.
Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics
Doctoral research
Ph.D.
Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics,
Computer Science
5.
Master of philosophy
M.Phil.
Mathematics
Master of philosophy
M.Phil.
Computer Science
Postgraduation
M.Sc.
Mathematics
Postgraduation
M.Sc.
Computer Science
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved:

The department has proposed a Master’s course in Industrial applications in collaboration with the
department of Journalism, Management and Economics.

The department has proposed P.G. Diploma in Computer Application from the coming academic
session.
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions etc

Worked on “Harmonic Analysis and its Application” with Professor Dr. W. Moran at Flinders
University of South Australia, Australia.

Worked on “Cohomological Problems of Banach Function Algebras” with Professor Dr. H.G.
Dales at University of Leeds, Leeds, U.K.

Worked on “Wavelet Analysis on Locally Compact Groups and Its Applications” jointly with
Professor Dr. Hans G. Feichtinger at NUHAG (Numerical Harmonic Analysis Group), Department
of Mathematics and University of Vienna, AUSTRIA.

Worked on “Approximation theory” with Professor David Levi, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv,
Israel.
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
The students of M.Sc. Mathematics and Computer Science courses, are offered Internship of other
Universities/ Industries
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons
Programme “Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications” PGDCA was discontinued when M.Sc.
Computer Science was introduced in the Department. But owing to its recognition in corporate world, it
has been proposed to resume it again.
8.
Examination System: Semester of the examination is followed
9.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:
Academic flexibility and modules of the programme:

M.A. (Economics) Department of Economics

M.B.A
University Institute of Management

MCA
University Institute of Comp. Sci. &
Applications.

Pre-M.Phil. course work
Deptt. of Mathematics
Pre-Ph.D. course work
Deptt. of Mathematics
& Comp. Science

& Comp. Science
Faculty members of the Department contribute in teaching of the following courses:
In M.Sc. I and II semester all papers are compulsory, whereas in III and IV semester there are five
optional papers which the student selects from the below list.

Applied Functional Analysis; Approximation theory; Divergent series; Fuzzy sets and their
applications-I

Operator theory on Banach Algebra; Simplicial Homology theory; Advanced Numerical Analysis

Linear Programming; Mathematical Statistics; Programming in C – I; Special Functions

Spherical Trignometry and Astronomy; Abstract Harmonic Analysis; Algebraic Topology

Approximation by Trigonometric and Algebraic Polynomials; Fuzzy sets and their applications-II

Infinite Matrices and Divergent series; Spline theory; Integration theory

Operations Research; Programming in C – II; Sobolev Spaces

Theory of Linear Operators; Wavelets Analysis
M.Sc. Computer Science
There are five compulsory papers in each semester, along with project work in IV semester.

Computer Organization & Assembly Language; Programming & Problem solving through C++
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
Discrete Structure; Numerical and Statistical Analysis; Communication skill & Job oriented
Training Program; Data and File structure using C++; System Programming using Linux

Computer System Architecture and Parallel Processing; Design & Analysis of Algorithms

Java Programming; Software Engineering; RDBMS (SQL programming with Oracle)

Advance Java Programming; Principles of Compiler Design; Computer Graphics (with
Multimedia); Optimization techniques; Artificial Intelligence; Data Warehousing & Data Mining;
Computer Network; Object Oriented Modeling & Design using UML
M.Phil. Mathematics
Research Methodology is compulsory paper, and there are two optional papers student can from the
given below list:

Research Methodology; Homotopy and Singular Homology theory; Rational finite elements

Spline approximation theory; Theory of distribution; Fuzzy topology; Dissertation work
M.Phil. Computer Science
Research Methodology is compulsory paper, and there are two optional papers student can from the
given below list:

Research Methodology; Data Mining and Data Warehousing; Software Testing and Quality
Assurance

Advance Database Management; Knowledge Management; Digital Image Processing and
Multimedia; TCP/IP concepts; Dissertation Work
10.
Number of teaching posts (sanctioned, filled and actual):
Sanctioned
11.
Filled (number)
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
(number)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Professor
03
--
--
03
03
Associate Professors
05
01
01
01
--
Assistant Professors
07
03
02
--
--
Others (Guest Fac.)
--
02
01
--
--
Faculty profile:
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
Experience
No. of Ph.D./ M.Phil.
, years
students guided in last
four years
Prof. Arun
Kumar
D.Sc.
Professor
Approximation Theory
36
Ph.D.- 01; M.Phil. - 04
Computational Math, Fourier
Analysis, Spline Theory,
Summability Theory.
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Prof. (Mrs.)
D.Sc.
Professor
Approximation theory,
M.
Spline theory, Triangulation
Shrivastava
Methods.
Prof. (Mrs.)
Ph.D.
Professor
P.V. Jain
Spline Approximation
36
Ph.D. – 01; M.Phil. - 04
33
Ph.D.- 02
Theory, Finite element
(Mathematics)
Methods, Triangulation
Ph.D. – 01
Methods, General Topology,
(Computer Science)
Cutting Stock Problem,
M.Phil- 03
Fixed Point Theory,
(Mathematics)
Computer Aided Geometric
M.Phil.-01
Design, Summability
(Computer Science)
Methods.
Prof. S.S.
D.Sc.
Professor
31
Approximation theory,
Spline theory, Finite
Rana
Ph.D. - 06
(Mathematics)
elements.
Ph.D.- 02
(Computer Science)
M.Phil. -- 03
Prof. S.S.
Ph.D.
Pandey
Professor
Abstract Harmonic Analysis,
and Head
Wavelet Analysis,
24
Ph.D. – 03; M.Phil. – 03
23
Ph.D. – 03; M.Phil. – 05
15
Ph.D. – 01; M.Phil. – 07
Distribution Theory
Prof. (Mrs.)
Ph.D.
Reader
Approximation theory,
Spline theory, Shape
M. Dube
preserving spline methods.
Dr. J.K.
Ph.D.
Reader
Free Group Actions on
Topological Spaces, Spline
Maitra
Module, Fuzzy Topology
and Topology.
12.
List of senior Visiting Fellows, Adjunct Faculty and Emeritus Professors: None
13.
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty –programme-wise information:
M.Sc. (Computer Science): 90%
M.Phil. (Computer Science): 80%
14.
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Programme
Total no. of
Total no. of
Ratio of teachers
% of workload taken
students
faculty engaged
to students
by temporary faculty
M.Sc. (Mathematics)
51
06
1 : 8.5
--
M.Phil. (Mathematics)
06
03
1:2
--
M.Sc. (Computer Science)
10
05
1:2
50%
M.Phil. (Computer
10
02
1: 5
50%
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15.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual.
Academic Support
Sanctioned (number)
Staff
16.
Filled (number)
Actual (number)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Technical
02
02
--
02
--
--
Administrative
03
02
01
02
01
--
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies
“Computational Mathematics” is the thrust area of research of our department, which is recognized by
the major funding agencies, like UGC, DST, NBHM, etc.
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects
Year
Faculty member
Title
Funding
Layout, Lakh
agency
2013-16
Prof. S.S. Pandey, Dr.
Wavelet and Gabor
DST
J.K. Maitra and Dr. N.C.
Multipliers on Banach and
Pandey.
Modulation Spaces
Total outlay, Rs. (Lakh)
18.
10.71
10.71
List details of completed projects:
Year
Faculty member
Title
Funding
Layout, Lakh
agency
Major
2007-2010
Prof. S.S. Pandey
projects
Wavelet Analysis of
DST
8.68
UGC
5.00
3.44
Banach Space of
Functions and their
applications.
2007-2010
Prof. P.V. Jain & Dr.
Generalized concept
J.K. Maitra
of continuity in
topological spaces
and its applications.
2006-2009
Prof. S.S. Rana & Dr.
A Study of
MPCST
(Mrs.) M. Dube
Interpolation and
Bhopal
Shape preserving by
Trignometric
Splines.
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Total outlay, Rs. (Lakh)
19.
17.12
List recognitions such as UGC-SAP, CAS, Department with Potential for Excellence,
DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc. with total grant received:
Programme
Duration
Name of the
funding
Two significant outcomes or
Outlay, Lakh
breakthroughs achieved
agency
COSIST
2002-2007
UGC
Application of MATLAB in
51.00
surface generation.
Introduced Bezier techniques as a
Special paper in M.Sc. (Maths.)
DRS Phase-I
1994-1999
UGC
Started research in triangulation
26.00
methods.
Published research papers in
CAGD Fuzzy Math's. & Logic.
DRS Phase-II
2000-2005
UGC
Started wavelet analysis.
24.75
DRS Phase-III
2007-2012
UGC
Number of research papers
30.50
published in the thrust area of the
Department.
DSA I
2013-2018
UGC
In Progress
Total outlay, Rs. (Lakh)
20.
55.00
187.25
List Research facility:
Regional Library Centre of National Board for Higher Mathematics (NBHM), Department of Atomic
Energy, Govt. of India. At present in the department following Journals were purchasing for the
consulting research work of faculty members, research scholars, visiting members and students.
List of Journals subscribed:
Sr. No.
Name of Journals
1.
Pro Japan Academy Series A and B
2.
Journal of Approximation Theory
3.
Advance in Computational Mathematics
4.
Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society
5.
Constrictive Approximation
6.
IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis
7.
Journal of Approximation Theory
8.
Mathematical proceeding of Cambridge
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9.
Topology:
10.
Topology and its Applications
11.
Indian Journals of Pure and Applied Mathematics
12.
Journal of American Mathematical Society
13.
Journal of Indian Mathematical Society
14.
Mathematics of Computation
15.
Pro of the National Academy of Science India
16.
SIAM Journal Numerical Analysis
17.
Approximation theory and its applications.
18.
Applied and Computational Harmonic Analysis
19.
Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society
20.
Bulletin of the Calcutta Mathematical Society
21.
Computer Aided Geometrics Design
22.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering
23.
Journal of Australian Mathematical Society
24.
Indian Journal of Mathematics
25.
Journal of London Mathematical Society
26.
Proceeds of American Mathematical Society
27.
Pacific Journal of Mathematics
28.
SIAM Journal of Mathematical Society
29.
Transaction of American Mathematical Society
30.
Journal of Fourier Analysis and Applications
31.
Journal of Topology
32.
Current Mathematical Publications
33.
Journal of Australian Mathematical Society
Centre for conducting NBHM research fellowship examination.
21.
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies:
None.
22.
Publications:
Publications in peer reviewed national/international journals
Prof. Arun Kumar Agrawal
1.
(With V.N. Jha) Deficient Discrete Cubic Spline Interpolation, (2010), Inter. Transactions in Math.
Sciences & Computers. 3(2) : 215-224
2.
(With V.N. Jha), Error bounds of Quartic Spline Interpolation, (2011) J. of Indian Math. Soc.,
79(1-4)
3.
(With Manpreet Kaur), Quartic convex type piece wise polynomial, (2012) ATA China 10(2): 172179
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4.
(With Manpreet Kaur), General degree of Periodic Spline Functions, (2013) International Journal
of Computer Applications, 33(20)
5.
(With Manpreet Kaur), Discrete convex type deficient spline functions, (2014) Accepted for
Publication in Pacific Journal of Applied Mathematics.5(3)
6.
(With Manpreet Kaur), Qubic X-Spline interpolatory functions. (2014) Accepted for Publication in
International Journal of Computer Applications
Prof. (Mrs.) M. Shrivastava
7.
(With J.K. Maitra and M. Shukla), A note on Fuzzy α-Continuous Maps (2009) Vikram
Mathematical Journal, 29
8.
M. Shrivastava, On Intuitionistic fuzzy topological spaces (2013) VISLESANA, 10(1): 127-133
9.
(With J.K. Maitra and M. Shukla) On fuzzy semi-irresolute mappings (2013), VISLESANA,
10(1): 134-140
Prof. (Mrs.) P.V. Jain
10. P.V. Jain, Mean value coordinates due to Floater (2009) Proc. National Conference on Advance
Computing and Communication, 12-17
11. (With K. Rajak), Study of g-α-irresolute functions in the special class of Generalized Topological
Space (2011), International Journal of Computer Application, 31(8): 1-5
12. (With K. Rajak), Ultra Separation Axioms in Generalized Topological Space (2011) International
Journal for Electro Computational World Knowledge Interface, 1(4): 34-40
13. (With K. Rajak), Applications of α and β-irresolute functions (2012) International Journal for
Electro Computational World Knowledge Interface, 1(5): 23-29
14. (With K. Rajak), Some new concepts of continuity in generalized topological space (2012)
International Journal of Computer Applications, 38(5): 12-17
15. (With K. Rajak), Fine irresolute mappings (2012), International Journal of Advanced Studies in
Topology, 3(4): 125-139
16. (With Pratibha Dubey), I-continuity in Topological Spaces due to Martin: A counter-example
(2013) Journal of Computer Applications, 66(6): 11-13
17. (With G. R. K. Sahu), Common Fixed Point Theorem with Refined Condition of Weak
Contraction by Generalized Altering Distance Function (2013) International Journal of Computer
Applications, 69(2): 19-22
18. (With G. R. K. Sahu), Common Fixed Point Theorem by Generalized Altering Distance Functions
on Partial Metric Space (2013) International Journal of advanced Computing, 46(2): 1200-1204
19. (With G. R. K. Sahu), Common Fixed Point Theorem by sub additive Altering Distance Function
for Sequence of Mappings (2013) American Journal of Mathematics and Statistics, 3(4): 190-193
20. (With G. R. K. Sahu), Serendipity fixed point (2013) International Journal of Mathematics and
Computer Applications Research (IJMCAR), 3(3): 65-78
21. (With Vinit Jain, Manish Sharaf and Ravi Vishwakarma), One-dimensional cutting stock problem
(1D-CSP): A new approach (2013) International Journal of Advanced Computing, 46(2): 12231228
22. (With Vinit Jain, Manish Sharaf and Ravi Vishwakarma), One-Dimensional Cutting Stock
Problem (1D-CSP) with First Order Sustainable Trim: A Practical Approach (2013) International
Journal of Computer Science Engineering and Information Technology Research (IJCSEITR),
3(3): 227-240
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23. (With Vinit Jain, Manish Sharaf and Ravi Vishwakarma), One-Dimensional Cutting Stock
Problem (1D-CSP) with Second Order Sustainable Trim: A Comparative Study With First Order
Sustainable Trim (2013) International Journal of Computer Engineering and Technology (IJCET),
4(4): 136-149
24. (With Vinit Jain, Manish Sharaf and Ravi Vishwakarma), Application of Spline Approximation
Method to Obtain Locally Minimal Approximate Trim Loss for One-Dimensional Cutting Stock
Problem (1D-CSP), (2013)
25. International Journal of Computer Science Engineering and Information Technology Research
(IJCSEITR), 3(4): 19-36
26. (With Vinit Jain, Manish Sharaf and Ravi Vishwakarma), One-Dimensional Cutting Stock
Problem (1D-CSP): A Study on Data Dependent Trim Loss (2013) International Journal of
Computer Engineering & Technology (IJCET), 4(4): 524-538
Dr. J.K. Maitra
27. (With M. Shrivastava and M. Shukla), A note on fuzzy α-continuous maps (2009) Vikram
Mathematical Journal, 29
28. (With M. Shrivastava and M. Shukla) On fuzzy semi-irresolute mappings (2013) VILESANA,
10(1): 134-140
Prof. S.S. Rana
29. (With M. Dube & S. Sanyal) Convergence of deficient cubic spline interpolation, The
Mathematics Students,78(2009), 219-225.
30. (With M. Mube and S. Sanyal) Rational cubic trigonometric splines, accepted for publication,
Vikram Mathematical Journal, 2009
31. (With P.R.S. Choudhary) Convergence of Deficient Quintic Spline Interpolation, Journal of
International Academy of Physical Sciences, Vol. 14(2)(2010), 159-167.
32. (With M. Dube and S. Sanyal) C1 rational quadratic trigonometric splines, accepted for
publication, Vikram Mathematical Journal, 2010.
33. (With Y.P. Dubey and P. Gupta) Best error bounds of deficient C1 quartic spline interpolation,
International Journal of Applied Mathematical Analysis & Applications, 6(2011),169-177.
34. (with M. Dube and S. Sanyal) A GC^2 cubic trigonometric B-splines, Investigations in
Mathematical Sciences,1(2011),25-31.
35. (with M. Darbari) Special Pythagorean triangles with sum of two legs a quintic, International
Journal Mathematical Manuscripts,4(2011),1-4.
36. (with M. Darbari) Special Pythagorean triangles with sum of two legs a heptic, Global Journal of
Computational Science and Mathematics, 1(2011),81-86.
37. (with M. Darbari) Special Pythagorean triangles with sum of two legs a nonic, Mathematics
Modelling and Applied Computing,2(2011),37-42.
38. (with M. Darbari) Special Pythagorean triangles with sum of two legs a octic, The Global Journal
of Applied Mathematics & Mathematical Sciences,4(2011),37-43.
39. (with M. Darbari) Special Pythagorean triangles in terms of triangular numbers, Ultra
Scientist,23(2011),559-562.
40. (with M. Darbari) Finding special Pythagorean triangles with sum of two legs a decic through
mathematica, International Journal of Computational Mathematics & Numerical
Simulation,4(2011),279-284.
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41. (With A.K. Gupta) Projection and forecasting of land use pattern using spline modeling technique,
International Journal of Advances in Science & Technology, 6(2013),80-92.
42. (With M. Dube and P. Tiwari) Rational cubic trigonometric spline with two shape parameters,
International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, 3(2013),144-149.
43. ( With M. Dube and P. Tiwari) Rational trigonometric interpolation and constrained control of the
interpolant curves, International Journal of Computer Applications, 67(4)(2013),40-44.
44. ( With M. Dube and P. Tiwari) Convergence of a class of deficient discrete cubic spline,
International Journal of Computer Applications, 2013.
45. (With M. Dube and P. Tiwari) C2 convex quadratic trigonometric splines,
46. (With M. Dube and P. Tiwari) Algebraic rational cubic spline with constrained control,
Prof. S.S. Pandey
47. Wavelet representations for Banach spaces of multipliers on locally compact abelian groups.
Southeast Asian Bulletion of Mathematics. Vol. 33(2) 329-340, 2009.
48. Gabor Multipliers for Weighted Banach Spaces on Locally Compact Abelian Groups. Journal of
Maths., Kyoto University. Vol. 49 (2) 235-254, 2009. MR 2571839.
49. Frames of translates for Banach Spaces on locally compact abelian groups. (Accepted for
publication, IJPAM).
50. Gabor multipliers for weighted Banach spaces on the Heisenberg Group. (Communicated for
publication).
51. Multipliers of Vector-Valued Segal algebras on locally compact abelian groups. (Communicated
for publication). Prof. (Mrs.) M. Dube
52. M. Dube, Tiwari P. Convexity preserving C2 rational quadratic trigonometric spline, AIP
conference proceedings of ICNAAM 2012; 1479 : 995 − 998.
53. (With R.Sharma) Quadratic NUAT B-Spline Curves with Multiple Shape Parameters, International
Journal of Machine Intelligence, Vol.3, Issue 1, 2011,pp-18-24.
54.
(With S. Sanyal) Shape Preserving G2 Rational cubic trigonometric spline, Journal of the
Indian Math. Soc. Vol. 78, Nos. 1-4, 2011, 35-48.
55. (With S.S. Rana & S.Sanyal) A G2 cubic trigonometric B-spline, Investigations in Mathematical
Sciences, Vol. 1, September 2011, 25-31.
56. (With S.S.Rana & S.Sanyal) Construction of a Cubic Trigonometric B-spline with shape
parameter Vikram Mathematical Journal, Vol. 30, 2010.
57. (With S.S. Rana & Sudipta), On Convergence of deficient cubic spline , The Mathematics
Student, Vol. 78, Nos. 1-4, (2009) 219-225.
58. (With Bani Upmanyu) Interpolation by Complex Spline with multiplicity one, Acta Cincia Indica,
Vol.XXXV, M, No.3 1019 (2009).
59. (With S.S.Rana & Sudipta) Rational Cubic trigonometric spline with shape parameter, Vikram
Mathematical Journal, Vol. 29, 2009.
Chapters in Books
1. Prof. Arun K Agrawal: One Chapter of Ph.D. Thesis of Prof. A. Kumar has appeared
essentially as a chapter in the lecture notes number 1067, 1984, Published by Springer
Verlag.
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2. Prof. S.S. Pandey: Wavelet representation for coorbit spaces of Wiener-Feichtinger
amalgams on locally compact groups, Ed. R. Radha, International Conf. Proc,
Wavelet and Applications, Chennai, Allied Publishers,(2002) 231-249.
3. Gabor multipliers for Banach spaces of distributions on locally compact abelian
groups. Proc. of Wavelet Active Media Technology and Information Processing
Vol. I 2006 3-20.
Books edited:
Prof. S.S. Pandey: Member, Editorial Board,
International Conference Proceedings entitled
“Information Computing and Automation” in Three Volumes, World Scientific, 2008.
Citation Index – range / average:
Prof. Arun K. Agrawal:
37
Prof. M. Srivastava:
09
Prof. P.V. Jain:
57
Prof. S.S. Rana:
86
Prof. S.S. Pandey:
33
Prof. J.K. Maitra:
02
Prof. (Mrs.) M. Dube:
04
h. SNIP:
Prof. S.S. Pandey:
0.372
SJR:
Prof. S.S. Pandey:
1.186
Impact Factor – range / average
Prof. Arun K Agrawal:
0.821
Prof. P.V. Jain:
2.8297
Prof. S.S. Rana:
1.687
Prof. S.S. Pandey:
1.3
Prof. J.K. Maitra:
0.425
Prof. (Mrs.) M. Dube:
2.07
h-index:
Prof. Arun K Agrawal:
04
Prof. P.V. Jain:
04
Prof. S.S. Rana:
06
Prof. S.S. Pandey:
03
Prof. (Mrs.) M. Dube:
01
Prof. M. Srivastava:
01
23.
Details of patents and income generated: None.
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated: At present we are trying for the consultancy.
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Consultancy proposed for Computer Science students.
25.
Faculty selected nationally/internationally to visit other laboratories/Institutions
/industries in India and abroad:
Prof. M. Dube visited Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel from September 25 to October 2, 2012.
26.
Faculty serving in:
National committees
Prof. M. Shrivastava serving as Life member of National Academy of Mathematics,
India, Life member of Indian Mathematical Society (IMS).
Prof. S.S. Rana serving as Life member of IMS.
Prof. S.S. Pandey serving as Life member of IMS, Life Member of Bharat Ganit
Parishad.
Prof. M. Dubey serving as Life member of IMS, BHU.
Dr. J.K. Maitra serving as Life member of IMS.
Editorial Boards
Prof. S.S. Pandey, Member, Editorial Board, International Conference Proceedings
entitled “Information Computing and Automation” in Three Volumes, World Scientific,
2008.
27.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs): Nil
28.
Number of student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies
(agency names):

percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter-departmental Projects: 95%

percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with other universities/Industry / institute
:5%
29.
Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level:
Name of the
Nature of Awards/ national/
Bestowing
Month and year of
professional bodies
international recognitions
Organization
recognition
Jawwad Wasat Shareef
Madhya Pradesh Council of Science
R.D.V.V.
Feb. 2013
Awarded 8 gold medals in M.Sc.
R.D.V.V.
Dec. 2013
Mathematics merit holder.
Convocation 2013
Awarded 1 gold medal in M.Sc.
R.D.V.V.
Computer Science merit holder.
Convocation 2013
& Technology
Ravi Vishwakarma
Sweta Kohli
30.
Dec. 2013
Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national
international) with details of outstanding participants, if any:
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Seminars/ Conferences/
Period
Funding source
Workshps / sensitizing
(National/
Programmes
International)
National Conference on
December
Recent Trends in
12-14, 2012
National
Name of one/two eminent person invited
1. Prof. K.K. Azad, Allahabad University.
2. Prof. S. Thangavaleu, IISC, Bangalore.
Mathematics (In
Celebration of National
Mathematics Year 2012)
(Convenor : Prof. S.S.
Pandey,
Co-convenor : Dr. J.K.
Maitra)
The following distinguished Professors from various Research Institutes/ Universities have visited the department
and delivered talks/ Seminars/ Lectures in their field of research:
31.
1.
Prof. H.P. Dikshit, Director General, School of Good Governance & Policy Analysis, Bhopal.
2.
Prof. S.D. Tripathi, Harish Chandra Research Institute, Allahabad
3.
Prof. H.G. Feichtinger, Department of Mathematics, University of Vienna, Austria.
4.
Prof. Sharad Sane, Deptt. of Maths, University of Bombay, Mumbai.
5.
Prof. B. Rai, Department of Mathematics, University of Allahabad, Allahabad.
6.
Prof. K.K. Azad, Department of Mathematics, University of Allahabad, Allahabad.
7.
Prof. P.N. Pandey, Department of Mathematics, University of Allahabad, Allahabad.
8.
Prof. S. Thangavaleu, Department of Mathematics, IISC, Bangalore.
9.
Prof. David Levine, Department of Mathematics, Tel Aviv University, Israel.
10.
Prof. V.P Saxena, Ex. V.C., Jiwaji University, Gwalior
11.
Prof. Harish Doctor, Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, Surat
12.
Prof. K.R. Pardasani, MANIT, Bhopal.
13.
Prof. Prem Chand, Department of Mathematics, Vikram University, Ujjain
14.
Prof. S.S. Thakur, Department of Applied Mathematics, Govt. Engineering College, Jabalpur.
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments:

The Department ensures that research work is not Plagiarized.

Open Viva of Ph.D.

Regular attendance in department or with supervisor

Regular Visits to Library and attendance in seminar/conference/workshop, etc.

Regular feedback by the supervisor.
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32.
Programme-wise demand ratio:
Programme
Applications
Selected
Received
33.
Demand ratio
(Current year)
Male
Female
Male
Female
PG
65
20
41
1: 3.25
1: 1.59
M. Phil.
20
10
06
1:2
1: 1.33
Ph.D.
15
6
4
1: 2.5
1: 3.75
Diversity of students:
Programme
% of students
% of students from
% of students
% of students
from the same
other universities
from universities
from other
university
within the State
outside the State
countries
Male
Male
Male
M.Sc.
Female
Female
Female
Male
Female
30%
55%
5%
5%
1%
0.5%
0%
0%
35%
50%
10%
5%
1%
0.5%
0%
0%
20%
30%
5%
2%
0.5%
0.5%
0%
0%
25%
35%
5%
2%
0.5%
0.5%
0%
0%
75%
60%
15%
5%
10%
5%
0%
0%
25%
40%
15%
10%
0%
0%
0%
0%
(Mathematics)
M.Sc.
(Computer Sci.)
M.Phil.
(Mathematics)
M.Phil.
(Computer Science)
Ph.D.
(Mathematics)
Ph.D.
(Computer Science)
34.
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise (last four
years)?
A number of students have been selected for different competitive examinations such as Banking,
Railways, School teaching, Defense Organizations, Higher education (due to lack of record, the exact
details could not be provided).
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35.
Student progression:
Student Progression
Number
% against enrolled
PG to M.Phil.
04
20%
M.Phil. (Mathematics)
06
30%
M.Phil.(Computer Science)
10
50%
PG to Ph.D.
14
60%
Employed Campus selection (list the employers and the number
00
0%
of companies who visited the campus during the last four years)
Other than campus recruitment
36.
Diversity of staff:
% of faculty from the
% of faculty from other
Same university
universities
% of faculty from
% of faculty from other
Universities outside the State
countries
within the State
70%
37.
30%
0%
0%
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period: Nil
38.
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities:
The department has five class rooms (2 with ICT facilities); one student laboratory; one research
laboratory. There is a separate department library with subscribed journals and their back volumes, and
excellent collection of books. There are 38 computers with student: computer ratio of 4:1.
39.
List of post-doctoral, doctoral students and Research Associates
From the host institution/university:
Mathematics
Karun Lata Shukla
Bharti Yadav
Swati Mishra
G.R.K. Sahu
Ravi Kumar Vishwakarma
Akhilesh Kumar Pathak
Chandra Prakash Rathor
Rajesh Tiwari
Sujeet Tiwari
Preeti Nagar
Pawan Rana
Ms. Mandira Kar
Mrs. Swati Tiwari
Shri Vishad Tiwari
Jeevan Lal Sanidiya
Archana Agrawal
Urvashi Dubey
Hrishikesh Tripathi
Sunita Chug
Rashami Pathak
Deepak Kartikey
Surendra Kumar Garg
Pratibha Dubey
Rashi Bohrey
Dashrath Singh Marko
Lalita Singh
Arjun Kumar Mehra
Yuvraj Tiwari
Anita Banafar
Archana Prasad
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Computer Science
Vinay Kumar Tiwari
Jawwad Wasat Shareef
Manish Saraf
Ajay Mishra
Nidhi Saxena
Vikas Pandey
Ajay Singh
40.
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University:
None. Students are getting financial assistance through State Govt. scholarships.
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development: Yes
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from?

Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the department
utilize the feedback
A faculty meeting is conducted and suggestions received from the member of the Board of Studies are
implemented in the con-current session.

Students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does the department utilize
the feedback?
By taking the feedback from students of inside and outside of the University, related to M.Sc. students
and Research scholars, then the suggestions are reviewed by the academic committee of the Department
and are implemented

Alumni and employers on the programmes offered and how does the department utilize the
feedback?
From time to time feedback is taken from the alumni members of the department, who are in a very good
academic position, regarding:
43.

relevance of subject taught in PG class

job/career opportunities in the related field

improvement related to PG programmes

applications of the courses taught to improve/ develop local society
List the distinguished alumni of the department University alumni association:
1.
Dr. Nandan Dubey, (IPS) Director General of Police, M.P.
2.
Shri Manohar Dubey, (IAS), Collector.
3.
Mr. Umesh Soni, Civil Judge.
4.
Nizamuddin Qureshi, (IFS)Conservator of Forest.
5.
Prof. A. Ojha, Director, IIITDM, Jabalpur
6.
Dr. R.K. Pathak, Associate Professor, Deptt. of Comp. Science, Dr. H.S. Gour University, Sagar
7.
Professor G. Das, Ex. Vice Chancellor, Utkal University.
8.
Dr. P.P. Murthy, Associate Professor, Guru Ghasidas University, Bilaspur
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9.
Shri Vishad Tiwari, Addl. Commandant Home Guard
10. Dr. Ugra Sen Suman, Assistant Professor, D.A.V.V., Indore
44.
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years)
Regular class work, Tautorial class work
United lectures of eminent professors for research scholars
45.
Course-wise no. of
Special lectures/
No. of external
Total working
students participated
workshops / seminar
experts involved
hours utilized
86
Special lectures
10
15 Hrs.
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes:
We have two smart class rooms.
46.
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?

By Class tests, visiting cites, discussions and field work.

By sudden visit, feedback forms and talking to the students.

We have departmental monitoring committee, which takes care and advise how to take care and as
such as the suggestions of students time to time.
47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities:
Department participates in programmes organized by NSS, NCC, YRC and other national and
international agencies.
A number of extracurricular/co-curricular activities organized on campus in collaboration with
other agencies/NGOs (such as Rotary/Lion’s Club, etc.).
Extension activity department as a unit. Introduction of sensitizing programmes on institutional
Social Responsibilities, social surveys, research or extension work to ensure social justice and
empower the underprivileged and the most vulnerable sections off society, special recognition
received from such programmes etc.
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department:
New technologies deployed by the department in enhancing student learning and evaluation during the
last four years.
Practices adopted to encourage and monitor graduate aptitudes (academic abilities, personal qualities
and transferable skills among students).
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From time to time, the department is also organizing special activities such as lectures on English
language, Communication skills, Personality Development, Internship and Project work.
49.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies: No.
50.
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied:
51.
1.
Spline Approximation Techniques
2.
Rational Splines
3.
Trigonometric Splines
4.
Rational Parametric Splines
5.
Wavelet Analysis on Locally Compact Groups
6.
Wiener Amalgams on Locally compact Groups
7.
Gabor Multipliers on Locally Compact Groups
8.
Generalized Continuous Maps in Ideal & Fuzzy Ideal Topological Spaces
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department:
Strength

Good syllabus which is duly updated after regular time interval and which stands on equal footing
with the syllabus of reputed institutions/ Universities of India or abroad.

Good Updated Library having subscription of 42 National / International Journals and is
recognized by NBHM, DAE, Mumbai as the Regional Library Centre.
Weakness

Due to lacking of faculty members in the department, it is a weakness of the department to start and
execute the above mentioned courses smoothly.
Opportunities

This is the only department in the state amongst the state universities offering opportunities in
higher studies in the subject Geography.

This only the research centres in the state offering the M. Phil., Ph. D. and D. Litt. in the subject
Geography.
Challenges

Looking to establish a research centre “Analysis and its Applications” in our department.
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
Proposed to start the following Master and P.G. Diploma courses as these are more demanding in
the present scenario as well as providing good employment opportunities:
52.

M.Sc. Statistics

P.G. Diploma in Image Processing

P.G. Diploma in Signal Analysis

P.G. Diploma in Modeling

P.G. Diploma in Bio-statistics

P.G. Diploma in Computer Applications
Future plans of the Department:

Looking to establish a research centre “Analysis and its Applications” in our department.

Proposed to start the following Master and P.G. Diploma courses as these are more demanding in
the present scenario as well as providing good employment opportunities:

P.G. Diploma in Image Processing

P.G. Diploma in Signal Analysis

P.G. Diploma in Modeling

P.G. Diploma in Bio-statistics

P.G. Diploma in Computer Applications
The future research plan of the department is as follows:
1.
Wavelet representation and theory of Wiener Amalgam Spaces
2.
Harmonic Hilbert spaces on Locally compact abelian groups
3.
Impact of the contributions in the field concerned, basic or applied
4.
Triangulation Methods
5.
Stronger forms of generalized fuzzy continuous maps
6.
Fuzzy Ring and Intuitionistic Fuzzy Ring
7.
Usual and Rational Triogonometric Splines
8.
One and Two Dimensional Cutting Stock Problems
9.
Variation Diminishing Approximation
10. Wachspress type Finite Elements
11. Generalized topological concepts in Ideal topological
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Evaluative Report of Department of P. G. Studies and Research in
Philosophy
1.
Name of the Department : Department of P.G. Studies and Research in Philosophy
2.
Year of establishment: 1960
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Arts
4.
Names of programmes offered
Course/programme
Degree awarded
Subject combinations
Post graduation
M.A.
Philosophy: Indian & Western
(Traditional as well as Contemporary)
Metaphysics, Epistemology, Ethics,
Advaita Vedanta, Philosophy of Religion
and Modern Logic .
Research
M. Phil.
Philosophy: Study of Classics, Indian and
Western Epistemology and Metaphysics,
Research Methodology Documentation
and Dissertation
Ph. D. D. Litt.
Philosophy and allied branches of
knowledge
During the last four years, how many new programmes at UG and PG levels were introduced. Give
details: PG level
 Inter-disciplinaryInter Disciplinary Ethics approved by the ICPR
 Programmes in emerging areas
Environmental Awareness programs,
Certificate Courses
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5.
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved: Yes
Center for Interdisciplinary Ethics; Departments involved are:
Yoga, Law, Bio-science, Sanskrit, Hindi, Sociology, political Science, Economics. Purpose and aim of
establishing the Centre: the purpose of establishing the center in to encourage studies and research in
following fields:
Environmental ethics
Social ethics
Human psychology & ethics
Professional ethics
Religious ethics
Peace and conflict resolution
Human rights and duties
Indian &Western ethics
Sports &Exercise Sciences, including science of Yoga
Biological science
Engineering
Geography & transport
Media &communication
Medicine
Nanotechnology
Legal Ethics
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions etc.
The Department run course in collaboration with ICPR New Delhi, Akhil Bhartiya Darshan Parishad,
other Universities Udaypur, Sagar, Rewa, Raipur etc.
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons :
No program has been discontinued in the Department so far.
8.
Examination System: Annual/ Semester/Trimester/Choice Based Credit System:
 Semester System
9.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments: Yes
 Yoga, Mahila Adhyayan Kendra
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10.
Number of teaching posts sanctioned, filled and actual (Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors/others):
Sanctioned
(number)
Filled (number)
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Professor
2
2
1
-
-
Associate Professors
2
1
-
-
-
Assistant Professors
3
-
-
-
-
Guest Faculty
2
1
1
Substantive Posts Sanctioned: Professor-2; Reader-2; Lecturer-3
Substantive Posts Filled: Professor-; Reader-none, Lecturer-3
Present Position (Substantive ones plus those Created on promotion); Professors-3
(one professor selected against open post and the others promoted to professorship underCareer
Advancement Scheme of UGC);
Reader 1 (promoted from the post of Lecturer under Career Advancement Scheme of UGC
11.
Faculty profile:
No. of years
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
of experience
No. of Ph.D./
M.Phil. students
guided in last four
years
Permanent Faculty:Prof.
Ph. D.
Professor & Head
Indian Philosophy:
Bharat
Contemporary &
Kumar
traditional, Ethics
Tiwari
(field of teaching/and
27
30
research)
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Prof.
Ph.D.
Professor
Gayatri
Contemporary
33
25
25
30
24
25
-
-
-
-
Western Philosophy
Sinha
& Modern
Logic(field of
teaching and
research)
Prof.
Ph. D.
Professor
Priyavrat
Contemporary
Western Philosophy
Shukla
&Contemporary
Indian Philosophy
(field of teaching/
and research)
Dr. Deena
Ph. D.
Reader
NathShukl
Indian Philosophy
&Advaita Vedanta
a
(field of teaching/and
reaserch
Other Categories
Pascal
M. Phil
Guest Faculty
M. A.
Guest Faculty
Not Required
Beck
Sweta
Singh
12.
List of Emeritus Professors / Adjunct Faculty / Visiting fellows?
Time to time professors from other Universities of India visit to the Department for Periodical lectures,
expertise, examiners etc.
13.
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty –programme-wise information
 M.A. 25%
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14.
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Total no. of
Total no. of faculty
Ratio of teachers
% of workload taken by
students
engaged
to students
temporary faculty
M.A.
3
5
1:1.5
25%
M.Phil
5
3
2: 1.5
Nil
Ph.D. D. litt.
27
3
7: 1
Nil
Programme
15.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual:
Academic Support Staff
16.
Sanctioned (number)
Filled (number)
Actual (number)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Technical staff
none
-
-
-
-
Administrative
1 Clerk, 2 peons
2
1
-
-
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies: UGC, ICPR, MHRD
 Contemporary Philosophical Issues,
 Indian and Western Epistemological,
 Metaphysical,
 Ethical, and
 in the area of Religion
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects: At present there is no faculty with ongoing
projects.
18.
List details of completed projects under following heads: In the last five years no project
has been completed in the Department.
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19.
List recognitions such as UGC-SAP, CAS, Department with Potential for Excellence,
DST- FIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc. with total grant received. Mention any two
significant outcomes or breakthroughs achieved by this recognition
Programme Title of the
:
Year of sanction Name of the Total financial outlay Two significant
programmeand ref. and duration
no.
funding
of the programme
outcomes or
breakthroughs
agency
achieved
Swami
Swami Vivekananda
Vivekananda
Lecture Series
2013 two Days
UGC
50000
One day
ICPR
10000
Two days
ICPR
20000
Two days
ICPR
20000
ICPR
540000 Par Annam
ICPR
4,00000
Lecture
Series
periodical
Ethics of
lectures
Globalization
World
Philosophy
Day
Ethics of
Bio-Ethics, Legal
Globalization Ethics Environmental
Ethics
Inter
Center for Inter
Five Years
Disciplinary
Disciplinary Ethics
Project
Ethics
Philosophy
2013-2018
Three day
2014
Teacher’s
Meet
PrawanandaD
One week
arshnicVinim
Every Year
ayPrograme
59th
Three Days
Proposed Date UGC & ICPR
Conference
Akhil
Bhartiya
2,00000
From
10
th
to 12th
October 2014
Darshan
Parishad
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Awareness of values,
and many
other
Career guidance,
programs
environmental
conducted
awareness,
during the
intellectual
last four
discussions and
years
sharing, co-operation
and teamwork
20.
List Research facility / Centre with
State recognition
Library, Faculty, Scholarships, Infrastructure, electricity, seminars,
conferences, lectures etc.
National recognition
Fellowships JRF, SRF, Scholarships.
Nil
International recognition
21.
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies:
There is no sponsored special laboratory or industry or corporate bodies.
22.
Publication and other details of faculty members
a. Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international). Please
append a list of only peer reviewed papers per faculty member in scholarly journals in following format
(last four years) in chronological order
Authors’ names
Title of the paper
Journal’s name
Volume
Page
(issue)
number
year
Prof. Bharat Kumar Tiwari
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1
2.
“Sambhog se Samadhi ek
DarshanikTraimasic Akhil Bhartiya
Bhramak Vichar”
Darshan Parishad
“Samkhya Darshan mein
Masik shodh Patrika, Rashtriya
Trividh Gun”
shodh sangoshthi Visheshank
Vol. 47
39-43
2001
Vol. 53
130 – 133
2001
Vol. 8
59-62
2003
Vol – 4
1-4
2003
Haridwar
3.
“Jivan -mukta ka Swaroop”
Vishleshan Research Journal
R.D.V.V.
4.
“Osho Shiksha Darshan”
Darshnik Trimasik
Akhil Bhartiya Darshan Parishad
5.
“Dharm evam Vijnan
Raghukul Prakashan, Raipur,
93-96
“Swami Vivekananda evam
Rashtriya sampradayik Sadbhhav
85-93
2003
Sarvadharma Samvbhav”
Pratishthan, New Delhi
“Dwadash – Nidan evam
Nardan Book
32 – 36
2004
Vishwa Shanti Shodh Granth
center New Delhi
Vivekananda ke Sandarbh
mein”
6.
7.
Pratityasamutpad”
2005
8.
“Yog Darshan mein Chetna ka
Vishleshan R.D.V.V.
Swaroop evam Vikas”
9.
Swarn
“Bhartiya Samaj mein Sanskritik Akhil Bhartiya Darshan Parishad
57-62
2006
1-4
2006
64-71
2006
Jayanti vol.
Sankat –Adhunikta ke Sandarbh
mein”
10.
11.
“Kalidas ki Darshnik avdharna” Kalidas Sanskrit Academy, Ujjain
“Manvendra Rai ka
Samaj Dharm evam Darshan
Navmanavwad aur Nandkishor
Shodh Patrika Allahabad
Devraj ka Sarjnatmak
Manavwad ek Tulnatmak
Adhyayan”
12.
“Naetik Mulyon ki Prasangikta”
Vishleshan R.D.V.V.
13.
“Swami Vivekananda ka
Sakshatkar, Sahitya Academy
2010-2011
Vol-10
2013
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14.
Sahityik, Samajik aur Darshnik
Madhya Pradesh Parishad,
Pradeya”
Banganga Bhopal
“Vivekananda ka Darshnik
Bhartiya Bhashapith 3/569Mehrauli,
Chintan”
New Delhi
Vol. 409
2014
Prof. Gayatri
Sinha
Book:
1.
SamkalinVishleshanvadi
First Ed. 1988
Dardhnik: ekAnushilan
2nd Ed. 2014(
Under
Publication)
Article 1.
UnnatTarkashastra
Samajdarshan
2005
New Delhi
2012
New Delhi
2010
Edited Souvenir ‘Suvarna’
During 50th session of
AkhilBhartiyaDarshanParishad
Prof. Priyavrat
Realims of Inappositeness of
Shukla
Ethics in the Integral Philosophy
1.
of Sri Aurobindo
2.
Ananda- an UltimateValue or
state of Being…
3.
Review Article of The Four
Sky light paths
Yogas Authored by Swami
Woodstock,
2007
USA
Adishwarananda
4.
Open Minded Reflections Modernity in India and Problem Northern
on Science and
of Cultural Identity
Religiousness.
5.
Dimensions of
2008
Book
Center
Studying Indian Writing in
2007
hermeneutical Situations in English-Strategies, Concepts
Contemporary Indian
and Dirctions
Philosophy and Culture
6.
“Anubhuti, Bhasha,
ArthEvamDarshan”
Published in Souvenir of the AkhilBharti Jammu
54th session 2009
ya
2009
University
DarshanPar
ishad
7.
Organised Special Lecture
Applied Ethics
ICPR
Jabalpur
2009
Organised National Seminar
Basic Values Embodied in
ICPR
Jabalpur
2010
Indian Culture
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8.
AdhyatmamulakBhartiyaDa
Parmita vol-4
2010
rshanevamAdhunikVigyana
keAlikmeingParyavaranSam
vadhan…
9.
“Savitri: Hermeneutics of
, the research
Adventures of
journal of Rani Durgavati
Consciousness”
University, Vol.8, No.1; pp.
2003
63-70
10.
“MahamahopadhyayaGopin
, research journal
2004-2005
athaKavirajakaDikshaVisha of Rani Durgavati University,
yakaAbhimata”
11.
Vol.9, No. 1,; pp. 41-46
“ĀgamicParamparāmeinGur
Anviksha, Year-2, Vol. 2,
utattva:
January; pp. 39-45
2005
PrasthitievamPrayojana”
12.
“Gandhi keArtha-
KautilyaVārta, a research
chintankāMūlyaparaka
journal of Economics Dept.,
2004
RDVV, Vol. 19, pp.1-10
Vishleshana”
13.
“Vivekananda
kiDharmavishayakaAvadhar Dārshaniki, a research journal
anākiSārvabhaumikaevamS of philosophy published by
amakālikUpādeyatā”
2005
Mahatma Gandhi
KashiVidyapeeth, Varanasi,
combined edition of two
Volumes, Year-1&2,;pp. 26-40
14.
“Gandhi
SamakālinChunautiyan:
keArthikChintankiDārshani VyāvahārikVedāntakiBhumi
15.
kPrishthabhumi”
kā,
“ArthakāSampratyayaevam
published by UGC(CRO)
Purushārtha-Parikalpanā:
Bhopal, pp. 30-39
June 2004 to
January 2005
2005
KatipayaPrāgpekshitaPrashn
a”
16.
“Modernization in India and
Undercurrents of
KautilyaVārtā, a research
journal of Economics Dept.,
2006
412
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Assimilative Appropriation”Rani Durgavati University, Vol.
20, pp. 1-10
Published in two consecutive
numbers of
PrabuddhaBharata, an
international research journal of
Ramakrishna Order initiated by
Swami Vivekananda, Nos.
September & October; pp. 2328 & pp. 37-43 respectively.
Internet Edition available at
www.advaitaashrama.org.
17.
“SantamatakeMānakaĀdhaa Dārshaniki, a research journal
ronkeNirdhāranakiSamasyā of philosophy published by
”
July 2005-June
2006
Mahatma Gandhi
KashiVidyapeeth, Varanasi,
combined edition of year 2,
Vol.2 & year 3, Vol. 1
pp. 75-91
18.
“Integral Vision in the
, the research
Philosophy of Pratyabhijñā
journal of Rani Durgavati
and Sri Aurobindo”
University , Vol. 10, No. 2; pp.
December 2006
111-128
19.
“VaidicevamĀgamicParamp
arāmein Guru
TattvaathavāChetanaShastra:
Samaj, Dharma
evamDarshan, a quarterly
2006
research journal of philosophy,
ShriBhuvaneshvariVidyaPratish
athan, Allahabad, year 24, Vol.
413
Philosophy
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
SvarūpevamPrayojan”
20.
“Agamic
PrishthabhumimeinRajshek
harkePratibhaVishayakamat
akiSamiksha”
1-2, April-September; pp. 18-37
AkhilBhartiyaRajshekharSan
2006
goshthiSmārikā (Annual
Research Journal of the
Academy whose name is
registered as ‘Smārikā’), edited
by Dr. KamleshDattTripathi,
Kalidas Sanskrit Academy,
Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh; pp.1926
21.
“The Concept of
Consciousness as Prakashvimarshmaya and the
Integral Monism of the
PratyabhijñāDarshan”
Pārmitā, the annual research
2007
journal of philosophy published
by DarshanParishad: Madhya
Pradesh and Chhattisgarha,
2005; released during its
Session in the year 2007; pp. 826
22.
“Dimensions of
Hermeneutical-Situations in
Contemporary Indian
Philosophy and Culture”
Studying Indian Writing in
2006-7
English: Strategies, Concept
and Directions, edited by Prof.
Barat, pub. B.S. Sharma &
Brothers, Agra; pp.1-26
23.
“Open-minded Reflections
Modernity in India and
on Science and
Problem of Cultural Identity,
Religiousness: Einstein and
edited by Prof. A.P. Dubey,
Radhakrishnan”
Northern Book Centre, New
2008
Delhi; pp.134-146
414
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24.
Review of The Four
PrabuddhaBharata, an
Yogas, authored by Swami
international journal of
2007
Adishwarananda, published Ramakrishna Order, Vol. 112,
by Sky Light Paths,
No. 1, January; pp. 157-8.
Woodstock, Vermont, USA
Internet edition available at
www.advaitaashrama.org. Also
available at
http://www.ramakrishna.org
25.
A long review of
Unmeelan, biannual research
TattvaChintan ,a book
journal of serious type of
authored by
philosophizing, edited by
YashdevaShalya
2005
YashdevaShalya and Mukunda
Lath, Jaipur, Year-19, Issue 1,
January; pp. 82-91
26.
27.
28.
“Concept of Purusharthas
Economic Reforms in India:
and Reformative Measures
Need, Effects and
for Human Development:
Suggestions, Sarup and Sons,
Gandhian Perspective”
New Delhi, pp. 277-290
“Globalization versus
Globalization and its Impact
Cultural Diversity: Indian
on Indian Economy,
Scenario in view of
AdhyayanaPrakashana, New
UNESCO’s Endeavour”
Delhi; pp.1-18
“GopinathKavirajPraneetAk SvatantryottarDarshanikPrak
handamahayogakiDarshanik
arana: 3:
Prishthabhumi”
BharatiyaDarshankePachasV
2005
2006
2006
arsh, edited by Prof. S.P.
Dubey,
VishvavidyalayaPrakashan,
Sagar, pp. 249-270
Published in the on line journal
of philosophy of
29.
“Agamic
AkhilBharatiyaDarshanParis
2006-07
PrishthabhumimeinRajshek had; available at its web-site
harkePratibhaVishayakamat
i.e. www.abdp.org.in.
415
Philosophy
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akiSamiksha”
Published in the on line journal
of philosophy of
2006-07
30.
“Vaidicevam Agamic
ParamparameinGurutattva :
SvarupevamPrayojana”
AkhilBharatiyaDarshanParis
had; available at its web-site
i.e. www.abdp.org.in.Also,
published/available at the website of Academic DB i.e.
www.academicdb.com
2006-07
published/available at the web31.
“Sri Aurobindo’s Concept
site of Academic DB i.e.
of Absolute”
www.academicdb.com
Suwarna, a souvenir released
on the occasion of Golden
Jubilee Session of
AkhilBharatiyaDarshanParis
had; originally, this modified
32.
“Process of Modernization
in India and Undercurrents”
2006-07
research paper has been
presented in the National
Seminar sponsored by the
ICPR on
Hermeneutics as a
2006
Philosophical Method,
33.
“Tradition, Understanding
organized by Dept. of
and Hermeneutics”
Philosophy, RDVV, during
March 25-27, 2001; pp. 48-53
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Dr. D. N.
Shukla
1.
‘Guru ki Bharatiya
Darshanika
2003
avadharana’
Traimasiak
2.
‘pratityasamutpada ka
Pratityasamutpad, Northern
shabdik nirvachan evam
book centre, New Delhi
2005
usaka vaishishtya’
3.
‘aupanishadic sanskriti
Darshanik Traimasika
evam adhunikata’
Darshanik
4.
‘Advaita Vedanta mein
Traimasika
2005
2005
adhyasa’
5.
‘Swami narayana darshan
Akhil Bharatiya
2006
mein akshar Brahma ki
avadharana’
6.
DarshanParishad
Review on ‘karpataru’ by AbhinandanGranth published
2004
sri ram Chandra das shastri by NarsinghMandir, Jabalpur
23.
Details of patents and income generated
: Nil
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated: Counseling for IAS, PSC, PCS & UGC Net
Examination at individual faculty level.
25.
Faculty selected nationally/internationally to visit other laboratories/Institutions/
industries in India and abroad
Prof Bharat Kumar Tiwari – Visited Different Universities across the Country as Selection
Committee Members, as a subject Expert & as a Chair Person in National and in International Seminars.
(Delhi, Udaypur, Raipur, Bhopal, Jammu, Rewa, & Gwalior .
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Prof. Gayatri Sinha - Visited Different Universities across the Country as subject expert, Chair
Person etc.
Prof. Priyavrat Shukla – Visited International Seminar Singapore, Delivered lectures in different
Universities in different occasions.
26.
27.
Faculty serving in
UGC, ICPR
a.
National committees
b.
International committees
c.
Editorial Boards
d.
any other (please specify)
NIL
Madhya Pradesh DarshanParishad - Parmita
-
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs):
Activity
Name of faculty
Period
Invitation as resource persons in Workshops/
Prof. Bharat Kumar Tiwari
2010-2014
Prof. GayatriSinha
2010-2014
Prof. PriyavratShukla
2010-2014
Prof. Bharat Kumar Tiwari
2010-2014
Prof. GayatriSinha
2010-2014
Prof. PriyavratShukla
2010-2014
Prof. Bharat Kumar Tiwari
2010-2014
Prof. GayatriSinha
2010-2014
Prof. PriyavratShukla
2010-2014
Seminars/Conferences
organized
by
external
professional agencies?
Participation
in
external
Workshops/Seminars/
Conferences recognized by national/international
professional bodies?
Presentation of papers in Workshops / Seminars /
Conferences
conducted
professional agencies?
28.
or
recognized
by
Number of student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies
(agency names):
From the year 2008, project work was introduced in the PG syllabus, under this provision; every student works as
intern with some industry or institute for some time and submits report. This report is evaluated by external and
internal examiners and the scores are added for the student's overall assessment.
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29.
Awards / national/ international recognitions of professional bodies and agencies received
by faculty members, doctoral/ postdoctoral fellows and students during the last four
years:
Name of
Nature of Awards/
the
national/ international
Bestowing Organization
Month
and year
professio
recognitions
of
nal
recogniti
bodies
on
Prof.
Swami PranavandaDarshan
AkhilBhartiyaDarshanParishad 1992,
19 March
Bharat
Award for the book entitled
1993,
Kumar
“VivekandakaDarshniChinta
Nalanda
Tiwari
n”
(Rajgarh)
Dr. D. N.
P. B. Vidyarthi Memorial
Shukla
Award for The Book
AkhilBhartiyaDarshanParishad
2001
Madhya Pradesh Hindi Grangh Academy
8th Sep.
entitled “BhartiyaDarshan
Mein Bhram”
Prof.
for the Book entitled
GayatriSin
SamkalinVishleshanvadiDar
ha
shnik: ekAnnushilan” (Dr.
2011
SahkarDayal Sharma award)
ShrimatiRashmi Patel
Doctoral
YuvaChintakPurashkarUdaypurAkhilBhartiyaDarsh
October
anParishad
2013
Madhya Pradesh DarshanParishad
2012
Madhya Pradesh DarshanParishad
2013
student
Dr. Rahul
VermaYuvaChintakPurashk
ar
Postdoctora
Dr. DevendraJatav
l fellows
(YuvaChintakPurashkar)
Students
30.
Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops /sensitizingprogrammes organized and the source of
funding (national / international) with details of some eminent persons invited:
Seminars/ Conferences/
Wokshps/
SensitizingProgrammes
Funding source
Period
(National/
Name of one/two
eminent person
International)
invited
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Swami Vivekananda Lecture
2014
UGC
Dr. AkhileshGomasta,
Series
Ashok Jamnani, Prof.
Suresh Acharya
Periodical Lectures,
2013
ICPR
Prof. P. K. Singhal
Prof. Kamlesh Mishra
National Seminar
31.
2010
ICPR
Number of Delegates
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments:
Yes
The code of ethics followed by the department in its Research are zero tolerance for plagiarism in their
research work. The department also has developed a system of open viva in the field of Doctoral
research. The department also maintains the transparency through regular press conferences.
Categories
32.
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
SC
4
-
1
-
2
-
-
-
ST
1
-
1
-
2
-
2
-
OBC
1
3
1
3
2
4
1
3
General
8
2
8
1
12
4
8
3
Programme-wise demand ratio:
Name of the
Applications
Programme
Received
PG
3
Selected
Demand ratio
(Current year)
Male
Female
Male
Female
2
-
-
-
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M.Phil.
5
4
1
-
-
Ph.D.
9
7
2
-
-
Diversity of students:
Name of
% of
% of Students
% of Students
% of
the
Students
from other
From Universities
Students
Programme
from the
Universities
outside theState
fromother
same
within the
University
State
(Separately
for UG,
PG,
Countries
M.Phil.,
Ph.D.,
D.Sc.D.Litt.
etc.)
M.A.
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
50
40
-
-
-
-
-
10
30
20
30
10
5
5
-
-
50
50
-
-
-
-
-
-
M.Phil.
Ph.D.
34.
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise (last four
years)?
Examin
Applied (no.) (Female in
Qualified (no.) (Female in
ation
brackets)
brackets)
UGC-
Percentage (Female in brackets)
ST
SC
OBC
Gen
ST
SC
OBC
Gen
ST
SC
OBC
1
9
7
38
1
-
3
3
-
-
-
Gen
-
CSIR
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NET
Civil
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
-
Services
35.
Student progression:
Student Progression
36.
Number
% against enrolled
UG to PG
-
-
PG to M.Phil.
3
40
PG to Ph.D.
36
80
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
17
40
Diversity of staff:
% of faculty from
% of faculty from other
the
universities
% of faculty from
% of faculty from other
countries
Universities outside the State
37.
Same university
within the State
50
25
-
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period
38.
25
: Nil
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities as Y/N with regard to
Department has
connection, DVD
03 classrooms and 01 Class rooms with ICT facility, TV/VCP/Cable
players and a LCD projector. There is also student and research
Laboratory. Computer-student ratio is
2:10 Department also maintains a separate library of
graduate/reference books, and back volumes of journals. On-line access to e-journals and
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books is available in every research laboratory/faculty
chamber
through
service of the UGC. The department offers Internet facilities for staff and
39.
INFLIBNET
students
List of post-doctoral,doctoral students and Research Associates (current academic year)
a) From the host institution/university
: 27 doctoral Students; 1 post doctoral student
b) From other institutions/universities
: Nil
40.
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University: 07
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s): Ye Discussion and inquiry from the faculty members.
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from:
The department obtain feedback of Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learningevaluation,of. Students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and. Alumni and
employers on the programmes offered through feedback forms.
43.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) University alumni
association:
44.
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years)
Course-wise no. of
Special lectures/
No. of external experts
Total working
students participated
Workshops / Seminar
involved
hours utilized
M.A. 100 about
seminars
20
30 hours
M. Phil More than 100
Special lectures
20
30 hours
Ph. D. more than 40
DarshanSaptah
15
Four Weeks
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45.
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes:
46.
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?
:Yes
 Periodic interaction with students/teachers.
 Departmental committees.
 Regular monitoring of attendance.
 Regular addressing of students'/parents' grievances.
 Feedback on teachers, curriculum and programmes.
 Result committees.
 Refresher courses.
The 100 Percent result of the students and their success in currier ensure that programme
objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes are monitored.
47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities:
Yes
The department participates extensively in various extension activities, students and faculty are engaged
in it. These extension activities are carried on with a help of departments of Yoga , Mahila Adhyayan
Kendra and its NSS volunteers. Visit to Peace Study centres..
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department: Yes
New technologies deployed by the department in enhancing student learning and evaluation
during the last four years and Students are encouraged and all possible guidance is provided to
them to master the computer. This skill helps them immensely in all aspects of their good life.
49.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If
yes, give details
50.
:
No
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied:
Department has contributed in generating new knowledge in Philosophical problems of Epistemology,
 Metaphysics, Ethics,
 Philosophy of Religion,
 contemporary philosophy etc
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51.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department.
Strength
 It has qualified faculty with quality and positive thoughts for the
students.
 It has Committed, co-operative and responsible faculty.
Weakness
 Poor enrolment and attendance in the programme.
 Lack of advanced technology etc.
Opportunities
 Teaching in English medium
 Inter-disciplinary studies
 Gender issues
Challenges
 Attract bigger number of student.

52.
Lack of advanced technology etc.
Future plans of the Department:
 The Department is planning to open a center for Inter disciplinary Ethics, for which ICPR
has accepted the proposal under which the Department plans to run certificate, diploma
courses in the Department.
 The Department is aiming towards generating employments scoops bringing philosophy in
colleges, schools and in other disciplines by attaching philosophical issues in academic
studies.
 The Department plans to organize career guidance programs and preparing students for
competitive exams.
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Evaluative Report of Department of P. G. Studies and Research in
Physical Education
1.
Name of the Department : Department of P.G. Studies and Research in Physical Education
2.
Year of establishment: 1969
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Education
4.
Names of programmes offered
Course/programme
Degree awarded
Subject combinations
U.G.
Bachelor of Physical
Physical Education
Education
P.G.
Master
of
Physical
Physical Education
Education
Reseach
Master of Philosophy of
Research Methodology &
Physical Education
Statistics Measurement and Evaluation
Sports Psychology
Sports Bio-Mechanics
Exercise Physiology
Physical Education
Ph.D.
A Brief Introduction of the Department:
The University Department of Physical Education was established in 1969 with the objective (i) to
manage University sports (ii) to prepare qualified physical education teachers/leaders. Since then, the
department has been successfully managing sports activities like (i) organization of inter-collegiate and
inter-university competitions. (ii) Training and coaching of university teams in various games and sports
for inter-university and other competitions and (iii) provide technical and academic assistance to
KVS/district education sports colleges, adjoining university along with district and state associations of
different games and sports.
During the last four years, how many new programmes at UG and PG levels were introduced? Give
details.
 B.P. Ed four Years is proposed
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5.
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved
The department has proposed Master Courses in Collaboration with department of sociology
and
social work, journalism and mass communication and yogic sciences.
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.: Nil
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons: Nil
8.
Examination System: Annual/Semester/Trimester/Choice Based Credit System Semester System of Examination is being followed
9.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
Teachers and Coaches of Department participate in imparting Training and Coaching of Sports and
Games to different institution like Govt. & Private Schools and Colleges, Association and Federation of
different games and sports.
Academic flexibility and modules of the programme: (Following in progress)
 B.P. Ed & M.P. Ed
(a) Department of Journalism and Mass Communication
(b)Department of Sociology and Social Work
(c) Department of Yogic Sciences
Faculty members of the Department contribute in teaching & coaching of following
discipline/courses
(i)
Research and Statistic
(ii)
First aid
(iii) Bio- Mechanics & movement analysis
(iv) Health, Nutrition& Fitness
(v)
Exercise Physiology & Anthropometry
(vi) Football
(vii) Hockey
(viii) Volleyball
(ix) Kabaddi
(x)
Handball
(xi) Track & Field
(xii) Judo & Wrestling
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(xiii) Yoga
 Concerned coaches and teachers classify students at the beginning of the session and conduct remedial
& extra classes for slow learners/ with weak sports background.
 Every Saturday, a group of teachers is conducting tutorials to clarify the difficulties of the students.
 The students have been encouraged to utilize fully the computer and the library facilities, to enhance
and update their knowledge in accordance with the current affairs and trends in Physical Education &
Sports.
 Some of the sessions on Friday & Saturday are devoted for improving teaching & coaching skills of
students.
 Some of the sessions on Saturday is devoted for discussions on certain open problems raised by
students/ teachers regarding the preparations for competitive examinations like NET, JRF, and PGT &
TGT etc.
 To encourage and motivate high quality of learning and research, the department organizes seminars
by faculty members and invited from the field of Physical Education and sports.
 Department organizes different Tournament of Inter-District, Inter-Division Inter- University so that
students can able to learn how to organize and conduct tournament.
Latest revision of the curriculum (year) and frequency thereof
Course
Year of Revision
B.P.Ed.
2012-13
M.P.Ed.
2012-13
M.Phil.
2013-14
What percentage of courses underwent a syllabus revision: 10%
10.
Number of teaching posts sanctioned, filled and actual (Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors/others):
Sanctioned
Filled (number)
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
(number)
Professor
01(Director
Male
Female
-
-
Male
01
Female
01
Phy. Edu.)
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Assistant
05 (/Asst.
Professors
Directors)
02
-
Others
01
-
-
-
-
07
01
Guest
Faculty
11.
Faculty profile
No. of
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
No. of years of
Ph.D./M.Phil.
experience
students guided in
last four years
(plus one years)
Permanent Faculty
Dr. R.K.
M.Phil.
Yadav
Diploma In
Professor
Sports
Psychology
Coaching(V
,
olleyball),
Measureme
Ph.D
nt
29
18
23
05
&
Evaluation,
Statistics,
Volleyball
Dr. Alka
M.Phil, Ph.D
Professor
Bio-
Nayak
Mechanics,
Sports
Medicine ,
Swimming
Shri.
NET. M.P.E.
Sr. Lecturer
Exercise
Vishal O.
Physiology
Banne
&
13
-
sports
training
,
Football
Visiting Faculties
Not Required
Dr. S. D.
M.P.Ed. & Ph.D, Diploma In
Sports Officer
Lakhera
Coaching(Hockey)
Govt. College
-
Visiting Faculty
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Dr. Shalini
M.P.Ed. Ph.D NET.
Visiting
Yadav
-
Faculty
Prashnajeet
M.P. Ed, Diploma In
Visiting
Chatterjee
Coaching(Athletics)
Faculty
Shri. S. S.
M.P. Ed, Diploma In
Visiting
Thakur
Coaching(Handball)
Faculty
Shri.
M.P. Ed, Diploma In
Visiting
Deependra
Coaching(Judo)
Faculty
Shri. Hari
M.P. Ed, Diploma In
Visiting
Ram
Coaching(Wrestling)
Faculty
M.A. Dep. in Yogic Science
Visiting
-
--
-
Yadav
-
Yadav
Shri. N.R.
Bhargawa
-
Faculty
12.
List of Emeritus Professors / Adjunct Faculty / Visiting fellows: Nil.
13.
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty –programme-wise information
 B.P.Ed 60%
 M.P.Ed 20%
 M.Phil. 0%
 Pre.Ph.D 0%
14.
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students
Programme
Total no. of
Total no. of
Ratio of
% of workload taken
students
faculty engaged
teachers to
by temporary faculty
students
B.P .Ed
18
9
2:1
60
M.P .Ed
46
9
5:1
20
M. Phil
2
2
1:1
0
Pre. Ph. D
6
2
2:3
0
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15.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual
Sanctioned
Filled (number)
Actual
(number)
Male
Administrative
Female
16
-
Male
Female
10
-
16.
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies: None
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects: None
18.
List details of completed projects under following heads: Nil
19.
Departmental projects: Nil
20.
List Research facility / centre with: Nil
21.
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies: Nil
22.
PublicationS
a. Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international)
Please append a list of only peer reviewed papers per faculty member in scholarly journals in following
format (last four years) in chronological order
Authors
Title
Publication
Volume-
Pages
Year
81-85
2012
Issue
Dr. R.K.
Comparative
Effects
of
Yadav,
Plyometric
Vijay
Competition
Shanker Rai
Combination of Plyometric and
Exercises,
Exercises
and
Competition
Exercises
on
Explosive
Strength
of
International Journal of
1-4
Physical Education,
Sports and Yogic
Sciences
Volleyball Players
Dr. R.K.
Comparative
Effects
of
Yadav,
Plyometric
Vijay
Competition
Shanker Rai
Combination of Plyometric and
Exercises,
Exercises
and
Competition
Exercises
on
Explosive
Strength
of
International Journal of
1-4
2012
Physical Education,
Sports and Yogic
Sciences
Volleyball Players
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Dr. R.K.
An Analysis of Competitive
Yadav,
Anxiety of
Verghese
Volleyball Players
Indian
Vyayam-Vidnyan
32-3
1999
Vyayam-Vidnyan
34-2
2001
4-2
Male
C. Antony
Dr. R.K.
A
Study of Intelligence of
Yadav,
Indian Male Volleyball Players
Verghese
C. Antony
Dr. R.K.
A Study of Sports Self-
H P E Forum
Yadav,
Confidence of Indian Male
International Bi-
Verghese
Volleyball Players
Annual Professional
Journal
C. Antony
D.
Participation Motives of Junior
Scientific Journal in
Vasudev,
National
Sports and Exercise
Dr. R.K.
Players of the Country
Level
Volleyball
2-1
2006
Yadav,
Verghese
C.
Antony
R.S.
An Analysis of Leadership
Serbian Journal of Sports
Pawar
Behaviour
Sciences
R.K.
Individual Sports Athletes at
Yadav
Inter University Level
Preferred
by
3-3
99-104
2009
R.K.Shar
ma
Dr. C.
Betal,
Dr. Alka
Nayak;
Dubey C.
H., Alka
Nayak;
Treatment of Emotional
Disturbance Through the
Practice of Yoga Nidra
Indian Journal of
Yoga Sport &
Exercise Science and
Physical Education
6
02
Jan
2005
Recreation
-
6
-
2006
Dr. Alka
Nayak;
Dr. C.
Betal,
Control of Aggressive
Behaviour of Adolescents
through the Practice of
Transcendental
Meditation
H.P.E. Forum
5
1
2006
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Dr. Alka
Nayak;
Dr. Alka
Nayak;
Dr. Alka
Nayak;
H.P.
Mishra
L.P.
Gaudam
Dr. Alka
Nayak;
Dr.
C.
Betal,
Dr. Alka
Nayak;
Dr. Alka
Nayak;
Dr.
C.
Betal,
Dr.
Vijay
Francis
Peter,
Mr.
Vishal
O,
Development
of
Personality through the
Practice of Yogasanas in
Early Years
Anthropometric
characteristics, arm speed
and leg speed as a
predictors of swim speed
Body profile, Nutritional
Status and Performance of
some inter University
level male athletes of
A.P.S. University Rewa
Penalty Corner
30
1
2006
Journal of Sports and
Sports Sciences
38
1
2007
Vyayam-Vidnyan
39
5
2006
Effect
of
Namaskara
Behavioural
adjustment
of
School Students
Vyayam-Vidnyan
39
2
2006
Vislesana
9
Surya
on
Mal
High
Body profile, Nutritional
Status and Performance of
some Male Runners of an
Inter
University
Championship
Treatment of Emotional
Disturbance Through the
Practice of Yoga Nidra
2
Indian Journal of
Yoga Exercise &
Sports Sciencs and
Physical Education
Effects of Sleep Deprivation
AMASS
on
Research Journal
Audio
and
Visual
2005
Multilateral
6
1
2
2005
74-81
2009
28-33
2009
Reaction Time of University
Cricket Players
Banne & Dr.
Amnendra
Maan
Vijay Francis
Comparative Study of Motor
Peter, Vishal
Ability Between High and
O. Banne
Low
Skilled
- Vyayam Vidnyan
42-4
Handball
Players
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Dr. Amitab
Understanding Athletics
AMASS
Multilateral
Tiwari, Mr.
Personality Through
Research Journal
Vishal. O.
Graphology
1
86-86
2011
Seminar
276-
2013
Proceeding
286
1
112-
Banne
Dr. Amitab
Hypnosis an effective tool for
Futuristic
Trends
Tiwari, Mr.
Enhancing Sports
Physical Education
Vishal. O.
Performance
in
Banne
Banne,
Anthropometric
International
Vishal.O.
characteristics, arm speed and
Educational E-Journal
2013
118
leg speed as a predictors of
swim speed
Banne,
Post Activation Potentiation:
Journal
of
Physical
Vishal.O.
A Brief Review
Education and Allied
Special
196-
Issue
198
2014
Science
23.
Details of patents and income generated -Nil
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated
Training, Coaching and Consultancy is provided to underlying departments on honorary basis from the
faculty members and the students of departments.
 Sports Authority of India-Jabalpur -Centre
 Youth Welfare Department-Jabalpur
 Govt. & Non. Govt Institutions
 State, District Associations and Federations of different games
 Technical support for conducting tournaments
 Training and Coaching for different teams and games.
 Development of curriculum and Syllabus.
 Member of editorial board for journal and books
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25.
Faculty selected nationally / internationally to visit other laboratories/institution/
industries in India and abroad: NIL
26.
Faculty serving in
Prof. R.K. Yadav
 Director & Head Department of Physical Education
 Dean Faculty of Education, R.D.V.V., Jabalpur (M.P.) (Dec 11 to Dec 13)
 Chairman Board of Studies Physical Education, R.D.V.V., Jabalpur (M.P.)
 Secretary M.P. Volleyball Association
 President Jabalpur Volleyball Corporation Area Association, Jabalpur (M.P.)
 Chief coordinator Valuation Cell, R.D.V.V., Jabalpur (M.P.)
 Executive Member – 18 Dec 11-13
 External Expect in U.P. Higher Education Commission.
 Member Board of Studies Rajasthan University, Jaipur
 Member Board of Studies BHU Varanasi.
 Member Board of Studies & DRC, STGB University, Amravati.
Dr. Alka Nayak
 Dean, Faculty of Education, R.D.V.V., Jabalpur (M.P.) 2014-15
 Chairman, Board of Studies in Physical Education, R.D.V.V., Jabalpur (M.P.)2009-11
 Member Board of Studies in Yoga, R.D.V.V., Jabalpur (M.P.)2013-14
 Member of the Selection Committee for Asst. Professor, Associate Professor at L.N.I.P.E.,
Gwalior (M.P.)
 Member of the Selection Committee for Asst. Registrar at L.N.I.P.E., Gwalior (M.P.)
 Member of the Selection Committee for Professor in Physical Education at Pandit Ravi
Shankar University Raipur (C.G.)
 Resource person, Refresher Course in Physical Education conducted by Academic staff
college, L.N.I.P.E. Gwalior (M.P.)2013
 Evaluator and Examiner for Viva-voce of Ph.D. Thesis at L.N.I.P.E. Gwalior (M.P.), Raipur,
BHU & Rajasthan.
Shri. Vishal. O. Banne
 Coach R.D.V.V., Jabalpur Football Team (Men) since 1998 till date which participated in
different West, Central Zone & All India Inter University Tournaments.
 Coach of Higher Education Jabalpur Divisional Football Team (Men) since 1998 till, and is a
Winner State Tournament Session 2010-11, 2012-13 & 2013-14.
 Member Selection Committee, Jabalpur University Football Team (Men) from 1998 to till date.
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 Organizing Secretary, Higher Education State Wrestling Tournament (Men/Women) 2013-14
Organized by Department Physical Education, R.D.V.V., Jabalpur (M.P.) 26th to 28th Oct 2013.
 Organizing Secretary, UGC Sponsored National Seminar on “Impact of Exercise Physiology,
Anthropometry and Sports Nutrition on Sports Performance” org. by Department of Physical
Education on 3rd to 4th Jan 2014.
 Co-coordinator valuation cell (UG) for 2009 Examination.
 Co-coordinator valuation cell (UG) for 2010 Examination.
 Co-coordinator valuation cell (Semester Cell) for 2010 Examination.
 Co-coordinator revaluation cell for 2012-13 Examination.
 In charge Sports Officer R.D.V.V., Jabalpur (M.P.) 2011-13
 Member Board of Studies
 Coordinator UG valuation cell 2014
a) National committees
b) International committees
c)
Editorial Boards- Vishal.O. Banne Member Editorial Board in “Journal of Physical Education
and allied Sciences” under the aegis of Tika Ram Foundation Chandigarh.
d) Any other (please specify)
27.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs)
Academic Staff Development Programmes
Name of faculty
Refresher courses
Vishal .O. Banne
Period
21th Mar 2007 to 10th Apr20 07
8 th to 28 th Mar 2011
Orientation programmes
Vishal .O. Banne
10th July 2006
05 Aug 2006
Summer / Winter schools, workshops, etc.
Vishal .O. Banne
01st 07th Nov 2011
15th to 22nd Nov 2013
Others (Induction etc)
-
-
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Other criteria of faculty recharging strategies
Activity
Name of
Period
faculty
Invitation as resource persons in Workshops/Seminars/
Prof. R.K.
ASC, Goa University
Conferences
Yadav
Deptt.
organized
by external
professional
agencies.
of
Phy.Edu.,
D.A.V.V.,
Indore
R.D.V.V., Jabalpur
BHU, Varanasi (U.P.)
Participation in external Workshops / Seminars /
Prof. Alka
Conferences recognized by national / international
Nayak
ASC, L.N.I.P.E. Gwalior
R.D.V.V., Jabalpur
professional bodies.
Presentation of papers in Workshops / Seminars /
Shri. Vishal O.
10th to 11th Feb 2009
Conferences conducted or recognized by professional
Banne
16th & 17th Mar 2009
agencies.
19th to 20th Feb 2010
25th & 26th Feb 2010
06th & 07th Mar 2010
28.
Number of student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies
(agency names)
Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including interdepartmental
Projects – 100% Students
a)
Intramural Competition is continuous program of the department for giving the students opportunity
participation and organization of sports tournaments of different levels.
b) Students of the department are regularly engaged as officials of various tournaments of Schools,
Colleges and other professional institutions of Jabalpur district as well as out of the city.
Percentage
of
students
doing
projects
in
collaboration
with
other
universities/Industry/institute
100% students with various colleges, govt. schools/KVs /navodaya vidyalayas
and
state/district sports associations regularly officiating and conducting various tournaments in
schools and colleges and helping in training and coaching their teams in various sports and
games.
29.
Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level
: Nil
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30.
Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops /sensitizing programmes organized and the source of
funding (national / international) with details of some eminent persons invited
Seminars/
Period
Funding source
Name of one/two eminent person
Conferences/Workshops
(National/
invited
/sensitizing programmes
International)
National Seminar on Impact
3-4 Jan 2014
UGC
Prof. Anil Karwade Principal- Ishwar
of Exercise Physiology,
Dash Mukh College, Nagpur
Anthropometery And Sports
Prof. Vivek Pandey
Nutrition On Sports
Head – Department of Exercise
Performance
Physical
(Org. Sec. Shri Vishal .O.
L.N.I.P.E. Gwalior, Dr. Jaswinder
Banne)
Singh Sr. Scientist, NSNIS, Patiala
No. of organizing academic development programmes for faculty aimed at enriching the teaching/
learning process in last four years (this includes participation in Refresher/Orientation programmes by
ASC): Refer point No. 27
31.
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments
Research Work in the field of physical education and sports.
 Zero tolerance for plagiarism.
 Full commitment for work.
Number of students admitted in university departments in the last four academic years
Categories
2010
2011
2012
2013
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
SC
03
03
01
02
02
-
02
01
ST
10
24
04
-
01
-
02
04
OBC
-
-
05
-
06
05
10
03
General
27
14
20
05
13
12
14
12
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32.
Programme-wise demand ratio
Name of the
Selected (Current year)
Demand ratio
Programme
33.
Male
Female
Male
Female
B.P. Ed
11
11
-
-
PG
24
23
-
-
M.Phil.
02
-
-
-
Ph.D.
08
04
-
-
Diversity of students
Name of the
% of students
from other
Programme
% of students from
% of students from other
countries
Universities outside
universities within
the State
the State
Male
B.P. Ed
34.
27.27
Female
45.4
Male
22.7
Female
4.5
Male
Nil
Female
Nil
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations,
NET, SET, GATE and
other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise
(last four years)?
S. No.
NAME OF STUDENT
JRF/NET/SET/MP
PSC Higher
Education
YEAR
CATEGORY
1
Dr. Sunil Datt Lakhera
PSC
1993
Gen
2
Vivek Jaiswal
PSC
1993
Gen
3
Ramesh Shukla
PSC
1993
Gen
4
Jaisen Bhagat
PSC
1993
Sc.
5
Dr.Vijay Prakash Singh
PSC
1993
Gen
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6
K.K.Dubey
PSC
1993
Gen
7
Avdhesh Dubey
PSC
1993
Gen
8
Omkar Nath Dubey
PSC
1993
Gen
9
Gunwant Singh
PSC
1993
Gen
10
Ajay Singh Thakur
PSC
1993
Gen
11
Susheel Kumar Patwa
PSC
1993
Gen
12
G Satyanarayan Rao
PSC
1993
Gen
13
Laxmi Narayan Rajak
PSC
1993
OBC
14
Prabhat Jaiswal
PSC
1993
Gen
15
Smt Jyoti Jat
PSC
1993
Sc
16
Smt Deepa Verma
PSC
1993
Gen
17
Smt Vandana Shrivastava
PSC
1993
Gen
18
Rajender Singh Rajput
PSC
1993
Gen
19
Ajay Singh Hzari
PSC
1993
Gen
20
Shiv Bhushan Pandey
PSC
1993
Gen
21
Ms Monika Rita Brown
PSC
1993
ST
22
Jugal Kishore Mewari
PSC
1993
ST
23
Jasveer Singh Sondhi
PSC
1993
Gen
24
Subhas Hardiker
PSC
1993
Gen
25
Prakash Dubey
PSC
1993
Gen
26
Basant Kr. Mukherjee
PSC
1993
Gen
27
Sangram Singh Sathe
PSC
1993
Gen
28
Dr. Ashish Kumar Nigam
NET
1996
Gen
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29
Dr. Ajay Shukla
NET
1996
Gen
30
Dr. Shalini Yadav
NET
1996
Gen
31
Swadesh Shriwastav
NET
1996
Gen
32
Shailendra Jat
NET
2008
SC.
33
Nabi Alam Ansari
NET
2012
OBC.
35
Amit Bharti
NET
2012
SC
36
Anurag Sachan
NET
2012
Gen.
37
Vinod Jat
NET
2013
Gen
38
Ku. Neha Khare
NET
2013
SC
39
Chanchal Sharma
NET
2013
Gen.
40
Ajay Dorby
NET
2013
Gen.
41
Ku Shilpi vishwakarma
NET
2013
Gen.
42
Ku Anjita verma
NET
2013
OBC.
Student progression
Student Progression
Number
UG to PG
Percentage
18
90%
M.Phil
Ph.d
36.
Diversity of staff
% of faculty from the
% of faculty from
%of faculty from
%of faculty from other
Same university
other universities
universities outside the
countries
within the State
55
37.
27
State
18
-
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period: 01 Submitted
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38.
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities
The Department has its own building with four class rooms with ICT facility, LCD Projectors , library
and maintains a separate library that has over 1800 titles of postgraduate/reference books, and back
volumes of journals. On-line access to e-journals and books is available in every research
laboratory/faculty chamber through INFLIBNET service of the UGC. It offers Internet facility (LAN),
Research laboratory to students with around 10 computers.
39.
List of doctoral, post-doctoral students and Research Associates
S.No.
Name of Scholar (Ph.D.)
Name of Supervisor
1
Ku.Gauri
Dr. R.K.Yadav
2
Shri Vargese C Anthony
Dr. R.K.Yadav
3
Shri S.S. Mandloi
Dr. R.K.Yadav
4
Shri Rajendra Singh
Dr. R.K.Yadav
5
Shri H.S.Atwal
Dr. R.K.Yadav
6
Shri Pramod Sharma
Dr. R.K.Yadav
7
Shri R.C.Namdeo
Dr. R.K.Yadav
8
Shri Vijay Pratap ISngh
Dr. R.K.Yadav
9
Shri Ashish Kumar Nigam
Dr. R.K.Yadav
10
Shri Satyendra Sharma
Dr. R.K.Yadav
11
SHri Ranjeet Singh pawar
Dr. R.K.Yadav
12
Shri Rajesh Ku. Yohan
Dr. R.K.Yadav
13
Shri Ajay Shukla
Dr. R.K.Yadav
14
Sri Sunil Dutt Lakhera
Dr. R.K.Yadav
15
Shri Alok Kumar Pandey
Dr. R.K.Yadav
16
Shri Avdesh kumar Yadav
Dr. R.K.Yadav
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17
Shri Amitab Tiwari
Dr. R.K.Yadav
18
Shri Vijay Shankar Rai
Dr. R.K.Yadav
19
Shri Anil Suryawanshi
Dr. Alka Nayak
20
Smt Rekkha Kakodia
Dr. Alka Nayak
21
Smt Shilpi Tiwari
Dr. Alka Nayak
22
Jalaj Sen
Dr. Alka Nayak
23
Aradhna Saxena
Dr. Alka Nayak
40.
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University: Nil
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s)? If so, highlight the methodology: Yes. M.Phil. course was started in 2009
considering the demand of profession at that time.
42.
Does the department obtain feedback
Yes. A Faculty meeting is conducted and suggestions received from the members of the board of
studies are implemented in the concurrent session. Feedback related to the performance of the
teachers is taken from students and employers from inside and outside university from time to time.
Department opts some corrective measures, on the basis of feedback received, to subside the short
comings of students regarding their theory and practical performance as well as their conduct.
43.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)
 Dr. Ashish Kumar Nigam, Asst. Director
J.N.K.V.V.Teekamgarh.
 Dr. Shaillesh Kumar Singh , Asst.Professor, L.N.I.P.E.,
Gwahati.
 Shri Hariram Yadav, Indian Wrestling Coach(Men)
44.
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years)
 Department organized National Seminar on “Impact of Exercise Physiology, Anthropometry
and Sports Nutrition on Sports Performance” on 3rd & 4th Jan 2014.
45.
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes:
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 Classroom lecture method.
 Teaching through power-point presentations.
 Demonstration method for practical.
 Group discussion methods.
 Classroom seminars.
46.
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?
 Comprehensive theory tests & viva-voce is conducted in each semester.
 Teacher & Externals give the feedback on enriching curriculum.
 Departmental committee meetings constantly met and analyze learning outcomes.
47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities
a. Extension Centers (If any)  Department allots and organize, Coaching Camps and Training Centre in different colleges of
Jabalpur Division.
 Intramural & Extramural competition is conducted by the students & faculty
members on periodical basis.
 Students of the department regularly participate in cultural and social activities
organize by University & other institution
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department
 Organization of departmental seminar for PG and research students.
 Organization of expert lectures on personality development, sports injuries, measurement
and evaluation and research.
49.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If
yes, give details. -
50.
: Nil
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied.
Department has educated various B.P.Ed., M.P. Ed, M.Phil and Ph.D. since 1969 who are sensing the
Physical Education teaching, training and coaching and serving in education in the country.
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51.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department.
Strength
Weakness

Qualified and Competent Faculty members.

Athletic care and rehabilitation centre.

Computers with Internet facility for students & faculty members.

Common chair of head Physical education and Director of sports.

Own facility of different games and sports along with indoor stadium.

Research component needs to be enhanced for additional Research.

Teachers are required as at present shortfall is filled by visiting faculty for a
course in a semester.

Sufficient no. of laboratories and up gradation of labs with sophisticated
equipments required.

More funds for the maintenance of play-ground.

Human Performance Labs in Exercise Physiology, Sports Bio-Medicines &
Sports Psychology
Opportunities

Pass out students’ appointment as sports officers and assistant professors in
higher education.

Pass out students’ appointment as physical education teacher in school education.

Pass out students self employed as owners of fitness and health centre.

Pass out students render their services in various sports associations and
federations as fitness trainers.

Pass out students get opportunity in defence and police services due to their good
fitness.
Challenges
52.

To develop modern playing and research facilities

To develop a human performance analysis laboratories.

To add more specialties in the present curriculum.
Future plans of the department
 To introduce B.P. Ed. (four years) course as early
as possible.
 To
construct
separate
sports
hostel
for
(Men/Women) athletes.
 To construct the separate buildings for the
academic and administrative staff.
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Evaluative Report of Department of P. G. Studies and Research in
Physics and Electronics
1.
Name of the Department: Department of P.G. Studies and Research in Physics and Electronics
2.
Year of establishment: 1970
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Science
4.
Names of programmes offered:
Course/
Degree
Program
awarded
Subject combinations
me
UG
PG
P.G.
Diploma
PG
Diploma
M.Sc
Electronics (2 Semesters)
Electronics (2 Semester)
Physics (4 Semesters) with choice to opt 2 special papers out of 5 special papers in
III and IV semesters and to opt 1 elective out of 4 electives in IV semester offered
by the department.
Electronics (4 Semesters) with choice to opt 1 special paper out of 5 special papers
in IV semester offered by the department.
Research
M.Phil
Physics (2 semesters) with choice to opt 2 optional papers out of 11 papers offered
by the department.
Electronics (2 Semesters) with choice to opt 2 optional papers out of 05 papers
offered by the department.
Ph.D.
Physics: available fields are :
Surface microtopography and Mechanical Properties of Solids (Expt.)
Polymers [Electrets, Dielectric & Conducting (Expt.)
Polymers [Structural and Mechanical Properties (Expt.)
Luminescence [Mechano, Photo, Thermo, Electro, and Cathodo] (Expt. & Theory)
Optoelectronics including OLED’s (Expt. & Theory)
Non-linear Physics (Theory)
Computational Physics (Theory)
Cosmic Ray & Space Physics (Theory & Expt.)
Current Injection (Theory)
Nanomaterials (Expt. & Theory)
Photophysicsal Characteristics of Nanostructures (Expt.)
Biomaterials (Expt.)
Molecular Dynamics (Theory)
Noise in Devices (Theory)
Amorphous Material (Theory)
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Magnetic and Ferroelectric Properties of Materials (Theory & Expt.)
Electronics Ceramics and Glasses (Expt. and modeling)
Electronics Devices and instrumentation (Microprocessor, Controlled Digital & Analog)
Impedance Spectroscopy (Expt. & Theory)
Solidification (Theory)
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) (Theory & Expt.)
Quantum Computing (Simulation)
Radiation Effect in Materials (Expt.)
Nonconventional Energy
History of Science
Mechanical Properties of nanoparticals/Polymer composites
Electrical Properties of Solids
Photoplastic Effect in Polymers
study of nanoferroelectrics,
Condensed Matter Theory
Electronics: Allied field for Ph.D. in Electronics are :
Electronics, Electronics and Communication, Electrical Engineering, Optoelectronics, Current
Injection, Noise in Devices, Electronics Ceramics and Glasses. Impedance Spectroscopy,
Nonconventional Energy, Computer Engineering, Electrical Properties of Solids,
Instrumentation, Material Science, Bio Medical Engineering, Physics, Nuclear Engineering,
Ceramic Engineering.
D.Sc.
5.
Physics/Electronics
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved:
The department has been encouraging interdisciplinary programmes. The department has acted
as a nodal centre for running UGC sponsored course on Computer Application for Physics, Chemistry
and Economics disciplines.
As a part of the curriculum, the PG students of the Department are imparted training related to
glass blowing, electronics and mechanical workshop practice in collaboration with University Science
Instrumentation Centre (USIC) and Central Workshop.
M.Phil. in Electronics & Ph.D. in Electronics Programmes : Candidates having M.Tech Degree
in Electronics Engineering or allied subjects such are Electronics and Communication, Electrical
Engineering, Computer Engineering, Instrumentation, Material Science, Bio Medical Engineering,
Physics, Applied Physics, Nuclear Engineering, Ceramic Engineering are qualified for admission to
M.Phil (Electronics) and Ph.D. (Electronics) along with those having M.Sc. degree in electronics.
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc: Yes
The faculty members and other staff members of the Dept. have been collaborating with other
institutions such as IIIT DM Jabalpur for their B. Tech courses, College of Material Management
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(CMM) for their Physics and Electronics Courses, and with affiliated colleges of the city for running
their Electronic Programme at UG level.
Faculty members of other institution in Jabalpur such as Govt. Engineering College, Govt.
Polytechnic College, Govt. Science College, M.H. College of Home Science, etc., have been associated
with the Department for running its courses at Diploma and PG levels.
Other institutions such as Telecommunication Training Centre (TTC), Bharat Sanchar Nigam
(BSNL), M.P. State Electricity Board (MPSEB), Indian Institute of Science (I.I.Sc.) Banglore and M P
Urja Vikas Nigam have been collaborating with our department for the training and completion of the
project work, internship and industrial training of the students.
The department nurtures collaborative research activities with institutions both at national and
international level such as Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Inter University Consortium (IUC)
Indore, IUC Kolkata, Delhi University, Nagpur University, National Physical laboratory (NPL). Solid
State Physics Laboratory (SSPL), IIT (BHU), MNIT, CDET (Bhopal), AMPRI (Bhopal), Allahabad
University, Dr.H.S.Gour University, Sagar, Aligarh Muslim University Aligarh; Pt. Ravi Shankar
University, Raipur, Brazilian Centre of Physical Research, Rio de Janero, University of Kiel, Germany,
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, etc.
The Department has had federation Agreement with Abdus Salam International Centre of
Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, Italy for several years under which on the average two faculty
members/other research staff per year visited ICTP for attending 3-4 weeks advanced level courses.
One such collaboration has resulted in establishment of a NMR laboratory at the Department by
housing equipment freely donated by University of Alberta Edmonton, Canada, Tata Institute for
Research (TIFR) Mumbai, and financial assistance from Third Word Academic of Science (TWAS) and
DST, New Delhi.
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons: None
8.
Examination System: Semester (all degrees)
9.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments: Yes
a.
The members of the department taught physics courses to Military personnel at College of
Material management Army Head quarter Jabalpur.
b.
The members of the department developed and taught Electronics and Electronics Equipment
Maintenance courses to UG students of various colleges in Jabalpur.
c.
The members of the department acted as counsellor/resource persons for various courses of
Bhoj Open University, and IGNOU.
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d.
The members of the department developed a course on Physics and taught to B. Tech students
at IIITDM, Jabalpur.
e.
The members of the department taught computer related courses at Department of Chemistry,
Mathematics and University Institute of Computer Application, RDVV, Jabalpur.
f.
The members of the department developed and taught computer courses for Departments of
Physics, Chemistry and Economics RDVV, Jabalpur. This course was specially sanctioned by
UGC, New Delhi, where the Department of Physics acted as a nodal centre.
10.
Number of teaching posts sanctioned, filled and actual:
Sanctioned
Filled (number)
Actual (including CAS &
(number)
11.
MPS)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Professor
2
-
-
5
1
Associate Professors
8
4
-
2
-
Assistant Professors
6
3
1
-
-
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, area of specialization, experience
and research under guidance, including Temporary teachers, Contractual Lecturer and
Guest Faculty:
Faculty
Qualification Designation
Specialization
Experience, No. of Ph.D./M.Phil.
years
students guided in
last 4 years
Dr. L. Pandey
Ph.D.
Professor
NMR, Materials Science,
30
Ph.D., 2
30
Ph.D. 16
Electronic Ceramics,
Impedance Spectroscopy,
Computer software, History
of Science, Science
concepts in Ancient
Sanskrit Texts
Dr. J.M. Keller
Ph.D
Professor
Material Science,
Condensed Matter Physics,
M.Phil. 2
Electronics
Dr. S. Kumar
Ph.D.
Professor
Cosmic Rays and Space
36
Ph. D., 15
Physics, Solar Physics,
Atmospheric Physics,
Geophysics and
Computronics
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Dr. M.
Ph.D.
Professor
Ramrakhiani
Condensed Matter Physics,
37
Optoelectronics,
Ph.D., 14
M.Phil.,4
Biophysics, Luminescence,
Lasers. Solar cells.
DR. P.K. Khare
Ph.D.
Professor
Solid State Physics and
25
Electronics
Dr. Rakesh
M.Phil,
Bajpai
Ph.D.
Professor
Ph.D.,8
M.Phil., 1
Materials Science,
26
Condensed Matter Physics
Ph.D., 6
M.Phil.,2
& Electronics
Dr. Y.K. Sharma
Ph.D.,
Associate
Amorphous. Materials;
D.Sc.
Professor
Noise, Condensed Matter
39
Ph.D., 8
M.Phil., 2
Physics, Current Injection,
Astronomy
Dr.N.K. Pandey
Ph.D.
Associate
Solid State Physics.
Professor
Computational Physics,
24
Ph.D., 3
M.Phil., 1
Nonlinear systems.
12.
List of Emeritus Professors/Adjunct Faculty/Visiting fellows: 01
Professor Krishna K. Verma, D.Sc., Chem, FRSC, Emeritus Fellow (UGC)
Former faculty of this university (Professor/Head, Department of Chemistry); Fulbright Fellow (Virginia
Tech, USA), Marie Curie Fellow (Hull, UK), Visiting Faculty (Loughborough, UK; Amsterdam, The
Netherlands). Guided 1 D.Sc., 16 Ph.D., and 7 M.Phil. degrees; published 130 research papers in
international journals; h-index 16 (Scopus). Specialization, organic/analytical chemistry (use of
magnetic nano-particles in sample preparation for chromatography). Member of editorial board of
Analytical Methods in Chemistry.
13.
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty:
The department has no temporary faculty.
14.
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Programme
Total no. of
Total no. of
Ratio of teachers
% of workload taken by
students
faculty engaged
to students
temporary faculty
M.Sc. Physics
45
All
0%
M.Sc. Electronics
03
All
0%
M.Phil. Physics
01
All
0%
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M.Phil Electronics
00
--
0%
Ph.D. Course work
20
All
0%
06
All
0%
28
All
0%
02
All
Physics
Ph.D Course work
Electronics
Ph.D. Registered
Physics
Ph.D. Registered
Electronics
Diploma/P.G. Dip.
00
---
0%
in Elec.
Total
15.
105
08
1:13
0%
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual:
Academic Support Staff
Sanctioned
Filled (number)
Actual (number)
Male
Female
Male
Female
(number)
Technical/Scientific Officers *
8
-
-
8
-
Technicians/assistances
7
-
-
7
-
Ministerial (Office staff)
4
-
-
4
-
Others: Class IV employees
4
-
-
4
-
*Since they are participating in teaching also, they have been included in para 10 as well.
16.
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies:
Surface micro-topography and Mechanical Properties, Polymer physics and polymer blends, Electrets,
Nanotechnology, Sensors, Laser, Functional material, Solar Energy and Nonconventional Energy, Nanophotonics, Organic light emitting diodes, Non-linear Physics, Cosmic Ray & Space Physics,
Biomaterials, Amorphous Material, Impedance Spectroscopy, Quantum Computing, Nano-ferroelectrics
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17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding
agencies and c) Total grants received:
On-going Projects:
Name of
Investigator
Dr. J.M. Keller
1
Sponsoring
Outlay
Authority
Rs. (Lakhs)
Study of Effect of
UGC-DAE
6.50
Radiation on the
CSR
Title of the Project
Duration
2009-2014
Metalloide/Oxide
incorporated Polymeric
high temperature
resistance flexible nano
composite thin films
for micro electronics
applications
Total Outlay, Rs. (Lakhs)
6.50
Projects completed:
Name of
Sponsoring
Outlay
Authority
Rs. (Lakhs)
DST
23.15
1988-91
Ferroelectric Glass Ceramics
UGC
3.00
1990-93
Dr. Lakshman
NMR and Impedance
DST
14.33
1999-04
Pandey
Spectroscopic Studies in
Investigator
1
Title of the Project
Dr Lakshman
Influence of Powder Processing
Pandey (Co-PI),
Procedures, Microstructural
Dr. D. Pandey,
parameters and planar defects on
Om Parkash,
High Temperature
Devendra
Superconductivity of oxide
Kumar, and
ceramics
Duration
other
investigators
from IIT(BHU)
2
Dr Lakshman
Pandey (Co-PI),
Om Parkash,
Devendra
Kumar from
IIT(BHU)
3
Ferroelectrics and Related
Materials
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4
Dr. Lakshman
Development of a Novel
Pandey
Technique for NMR Line shape
UGC
0.09
1997-98
SSPL
34.99
2008-10
UGC-DAE
All expenses to be
2009-
CSR
borne by funding
2012
Analysis
5
Dr. J.M. Keller
Nanoscopically manipulated
Metalloid oxide polymer High
Temperature Resistive Flexible
Thin Films with graded
functionalities for TFT’s
applications
6
Dr. J.M. Keller
Study of Radiation Effect on
biocompatible polymer blends
of poly (vinylalcohol) Poly (L-
Agency out of
lactic acid) (PLLA)/polyglycolic
CRS project grant
acid/hydroxalate
(no money is
given)
7
Dr. Y.K.Sharma
Current Injection in Solids
UGC
0.50
19851987
8
Dr. Y.K.Sharma
The Theoretical and
MPCST
1.00
Experimental Studies on organic
!9931995
Materials
9
Dr.
Effects of Nuclear Radiations on
M.Ramrakhiani
Mechanical Properties of
Human Bones
M.P. Council
0.96
of Science
19911994
and
Technology
Bhopal
10
Dr.
Studies on Electro-luminescence
M.Ramrakhiani
of II-VI Semiconductor
Nanoparticles
M.P. Council
2.55
of Science
20062009
and
Technology
Bhopal
11
Dr. N.K. Pandey
Project on Computer
Application in Physics &
Electronics
Department
6.00
of
19871989
Electronics,
Govt. of
India New
Delhi
12
Dr. N.K. Pandey
Nonlinear Studies on Lattice
Dynamics of a diatomic an
UGC
0.15
19992001
Harmonic Lattice
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Total Outlay, Rs. (Lakhs)
18.
86.82
Inter-institutional collaborative projects and associated grants received:
National collaboration:
1
Name of Investigator
Title of the Project
Dr Lakshman
Development of
Pandey(Co-PI), Om
Perovskite glass-
Parkash, Devendra
ceramaics
Sponsoring
Authority
DRDO
Outlay
Rs.
Duration
(Lakhs)
20.00
2001-04
Kumar from
IIT(BHU)
Total Outlay, Rs. (lakh)
19.
20.00
Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC-SAP/CAS, DPE; DBT, ICSSR,
AICTE, etc.; total grants received:
The department had Federation agreement during 1986-2002 with financial support from the
International Training/workshop At International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) Trieste, Italy,
that involved travel assistance and local hospitality to 2 to 3 persons of the department each year of
programme. This has resulted in enhancing the scientific knowledge of the participants that, in turn, has
helped in upgrading the quality of teaching and research in the department. This also has inculcated a
tremendous amount of self confidence in the members of the department resulting in there everpreparedness to initiate teaching and research activities in any frontier areas.
20.
Research facility/centre:
The major research facilities available in the department are given below. All these facilities are being
utilized by various scholars of from other educational and research organizations. This has resulted in
strong country-wide interaction on theoretical and experimental aspects of research of mutual interest.
Carl-Zeiss NU 2 Microscope
1620-AP Capacitance Measuring Assembly
Perkin Elmer Lambda 12UV/VIS Spectrometer
Four Electrometers including 610 C Keithley electrometer
Grating microchromater
Photon counter
Microscope Labophot Model
Vacuum coating units (two) with thickness monitor
He-Ne laser and semiconductor laser for teaching purpose
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Solid Sate NMR Spectrometer (Donated by Department of physics, University of Alberta, Edmonton Canada and
transit funded by TWAS, DST)
Fluorescence Spectrophotometer (funded by UGC)
XRD Rigaku Japan (funded by UGC)
XRD in the department central laboratory, and a gathering on Teachers’ Day, 5 September 2013.
Computing facilities
The department has established a Computer Laboratory with following facilities.
(a)
Ten Computer systems (Wipro) with Intel Core i3 configurations (OS Windows 7, 2GB RAM,
HDD- 320 GB with 18.5 inches TFT color Monitor)
(b)
Three (03) Computer System (Wipro) with Intel Pentium – IV Dual Core Processor with 512 MB
RAMm HDD- 320 GB
(c)
Sixteen (16) Computer System (HCL) with Intel ® Pentium IV configuration with 512 MB RAM
HDD- 40 GB
Dedicated computer facility
About 15 computers are dedicated for the students/Research Scholar for computing facilities.
LAN facility
About 15 computers in the Department are connected with LAN facilities and four computers in the
computer lab are connected with LAN facility.
Proprietary software
The Teachers and scientific staff have developed software for solving Physics and Electronics problems.
Number of nodes/ computers with internet facility
Fifteen computer systems have been connected through internet with Central facility of the University.
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On line Teaching and learning resources and other knowledge and information data base/packages: (a)
Multisim (b) MATHEMATICA 5.2 (c) LAB VIEW (d) BASIC
A compulsory course “Computational Methods and Programming in BASIC for M.Sc. I Semester
Physics and Electronics has been introduced.
A special paper on Computer Application in Physics for M.Sc. III & IV Semester students has been
started.
An International Workshop on Use of Computers in teaching Physics funded by International Centre for
Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy was organized during December 1992.
UGC has sanctioned a Grant of Rs. 10 lakh to start a computer course in Physics, Chemistry, and
Economics with Physics as a Nodal Centre.
27.
Special research laboratories sponsored by/created by industry or corporate bodies:
The research laboratories of the department received generous support by industries in the form of gratis
supply of certain accessories to instruments, and fine chemicals.
22.
Publications:
Publications in peer reviewed journals (national/international):
1.
Pramod Chaitanya, Alok Shukla, and Lakshman Pandey, Determination of Equivalent Circuit Model
Components of Piezoelectric Materials by Using Impedance Spectroscopy (2014) Integrated
Ferroelectrics, 150, 88-95.
2.
DS Desphande, R Bajpai, AK Bajpai, Polyacrylonitrile reinforced PVA based‐polymeric networks:
Structural, morphological, and mechanical aspects (2014) Polymer Engineering & Science, Article in
Press.
3.
AK Patel, R Bajpai, JM Keller, On the crystallinity of PVA/palm leaf biocomposite using DSC and
XRD techniques (2014) Microsystem Technologies, 20, 41-49.
4.
Chandra, B.P., Chandra, V.K., Jha, P., Microscopic theory of elastico-mechanoluminescent smart
materials, (2014) Applied Physics Letters, 104 (3), art. no. 031102.
5.
P Sana, S Verma, MM Malik and M.Ramrakhiani, High Field Electroluminescence Characteristics of Pr
(3+)-Doped ZnS/TiO_ {2} 2014 IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology 13, 254-260,
6.
T. Nanhoriya, K, Vishwakarma, K.Kushwaha and M.Ramrakhiani, Structural and optical
characterization of undoped and copper doped CdS nanoparticles, Jan 2014, International Journal of
research in Bioscience, Agriculture and Technology Issue 2, Vol.1;
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7.
Muzzammil Ahmad Bhat, Gautam Johri, Nand Kishore Pandey, Peaked Soliton (peakon) in Degasperis
Procesi Equation, 2014, National Conference on Application of Mathematical & Physical Science in
Engineering:AMPSE – 2014” Issue 21 p- 3
8.
Ritu Mishra, Pramod Chaitanya, Alok Shukla, Lakshman Pandey, O. P. Thakur, Om Parkash &
Devendra Kumar, On the Impedance Measurement of High Resistivity Materials by Using a Parallel
Resistor in Two Probe Arrangement, 2013, Transactions of the Indian Ceramic Society, 72, 261-264.
9.
M.Ramrakhiani and Vikas Nogriya, Photo - and Electro-luminescence of cadmium selenide nanocrystals
and nanocomposites, 2013, J. Luminescence, 133, 129-134.
10. Chandra, V.K., Chandra, B.P., Jha, P., Self-recovery of mechanoluminescence in ZnS:Cu and ZnS:Mn
phosphors by trapping of drifting charge carriers, (2013) Applied Physics Letters, 103 (16), art.
no. 161113.
11. Chandra, B.P., Chandra, V.K., Jha, P., Models for intrinsic and extrinsic fracto-mechanoluminescence of
solids, (2013) Journal of Luminescence, 135, pp. 139-153.
12. M.Ramrakhiani with Sakshi Sahare, S.J.Dhoble and Pranav Singh, Fabrication of ZnS:Cu/pVA
nanocomposite electroluminescence devices for flat panel displays, 2013, Advanced Materials Letters,
4, 169-173.
13. Alkesh Pal and P K Khare, Study of polarization and relaxation phenomena of polyblend films of
polyvinyl chloride and polymethyl methacrylate, 2013, Bulletin of Material Science, 36, 115-120.
14. DS Desphande, R Bajpai, AK Bajpai, Water Sorption and Biocompatibility Evaluation of Poly (Vinyl
Alcohol–Acrylonitrile) Based Hydrogels, 2013, Soft Materials, 11, 221-230.
15. Sahare, S., Dhoble, S.J., Singh, P., Ramrakhiani, M., Fabrication of ZnS: Cu/PVA nanocomposite
electroluminescence devices for flat panel displays, (2013) Advanced Materials Letters, 4 (2), pp. 169173.
16. Pradeep Kumar Dubey, R. Bajpai, & J.M.Keller, Preparation, Microhardness Characterization on
Untreated & Treated with Electric stressed samples on the Inorganic Tunable laser Dye Rhodamine
doped PMMA, 2013, International J. of Engg.Res., 2, 176.
17. Alkesh Pal and PK Khare, Electrical Conductivity Behaviour of Pure and Polyblends samples of
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) and Polymethyl Methacrylate (PMMA, 2013, Journal of Electrostatics, 71,
976-986.
18. M.Ramrakhiani, Luminescence of cadmium sulphide nanoparticle and nanocomposites, 2013, Inter. J.
Luminescence Appl., 3, 15-22.
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19. Sahare, S., Sing, P., Sing, G., Dhoble, S.J., Ramrakhiani, M., Preparation, characterization and
electroluminescence studies of copper doped zinc sulfide nanocrystals, (2013) Optik, 124 (19), pp. 38353838.
20. Ramrakhiani, M., Sahare, S., Photo- and electro-luminescence in copper doped zinc sulphide
nanoparticles and nanocomposites, (2013) Advanced Materials Research, 698, pp. 181-196.
21. Kshatri, D.S., Khare, A., Jha, P., Effects of Dy concentration on luminescent properties of SrAl 2O4: Eu
phosphors, (2013) Optik, 124 (17), pp. 2974-2978.
22. Kshatri, D.S., Khare, A., Jha, P., Thermoluminescence studies of sral2o4: Eu phosphors at different dy
concentrations, (2013) Chalcogenide Letters, 10 (3), pp. 121-129.
23. M.Ramrakhiani with S Sahare, P Sing, G Sing, and SJ Dhoble, Preparation, characterization and
electroluminescence studies of copper doped zinc sulfide nanocrystals, 2013, Optik-International Journal
for Light and Electron Optics, Article in Press.
24. Thejo Kalyani, N., Dhoble, S.J., Singh, G., Development of electroluminescence cell using a Eu0.5Y
0.5(TTA)3Phen organic luminescent complex, (2013) Optik, 124 (18), pp. 3614-3617.
25. Patel, A.K., Bajpai, R., Keller, J.M., On the crystallinity of PVA/palm leaf biocomposite using DSC and
XRD techniques, (2013) Microsystem Technologies, pp. 1-9.
26. Jha, P., Chandra, B.P., Impulsive excitation of mechanoluminescence in SrAl2O 4:Eu, Dy phosphors
prepared
by solid
state
reaction
technique
in
reduction
atmosphere,
(2013) Journal
of
Luminescence, 143, pp. 280-287.
27. M. Ramrakhiani J.K. Dongre, Photoelectrochemical solar cells based on CdS nanowires films of
different thickness fabricated by dissolution-condensation technique, 2012, Physics Express, 2, 1-13.
28. SK Kurmvanshi, PR Patel, AK Patel, R Bajpai, JM Keller, Polyimide/Tetraethoxysilane-based hybrid
polyfilms for microelectronics application, 2012, Microsystem technologies, 18, 603-611.
29. DS Deshpande, R Bajpai, AK Bajpai, Synthesis and characterization of polyvinyl alcohol based semi
interpenetrating polymeric networks, 2012, Journal of Polymer Research, 19, 1-9.
30. Kosta, S.P., Bhatele, M., Chuadhari, J.P., Upadhyay, T., Soni, D., Nema, S.P., Kosta, Y.P., Patel, K.N.,
Vaghela, P.R., Pateld, J.R., Patel, B.S., Thakre, L., Kosta, S., Choubey, S.D., Nigam, T., Mehta, H.,
Human blood-based electronic transistor, (2012) International Journal of Medical Engineering and
Informatics, 4 (4), pp. 373-386.
31. P Parmar, P Agrawal, R Bajpai, Synthesis, Characterization and Electrical Conductivity Measurements
of Polypyrrole/Montmorillonite Nanocomposites, 2012, Advanced Materials Research, 585, 228-232.
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32. Pradeep Kumar Dubey, R. Bajpai, & J.M.Keller, Nano and Microstructural Characterization, and effect
of Elecrical stress on Micro- hardness of laser dye Rh(6G) doped PMMA, 2012, International J. of Sci.
Engg. & Technol., 1, 114-116.
33. Bhujbal, P.M., Dhoble, S.J., Singh, G., Kher, R.S.,Mechanoluminescence characterizations in γirradiated and Dy 3+ activated (K 0.5Na 0.5)Cl phosphor for accidental radiation dosimetry,
(2012) Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section B: Beam Interactions with
Materials and Atoms, 289, pp. 28-33.
34. Kurmvanshi, S.K., Patel, P.R., Patel, A.K., Bajpai, R., Keller, J.M., Polyimide/tetraethoxysilane-based
hybrid polyfilms for microelectronics application, (2012) Microsystem Technologies, 18 (5), pp. 603611.
35. Chandra, V.K., Chandra, B.P., Tiwari, M., Baghel, R.N., Ramrakhiani, M.,Modeling of transient
electroluminescence overshoot in bilayer organic light-emitting diodes using rate equations,
(2012) Journal of Luminescence, 132 (6), pp. 1532-1539.
36. M.Ramrakhiani with Sakshi Sahare and Pranav Singh, Electroluminescence studies of copper doped
zinc sulphide nanocrystals, 2012, Inter. J. Lumi. Appl., 2, 48-60.
37. M.Ramrakhiani with Sakshi Sahare, Pranav Singh and S.J.Dhoble, Effect of particle size mechanism on
fabrication of LEDs copper activated zinc sulfide nanocrystals, 2012, J. Chem. Bio. and Phys Sci., 2,
2009-12.
38. Mahloniya, R.G., Bajpai, J., Bajpai, A.K., Electrical actuation of ionic hydrogels based on polyvinyl
alcohol grafted with poly(2-acrylamido-2-methyl-1-propanesulfonic acid-co-acrylonitrile) chains,
(2012) Polymer Composites, 33 (1), pp. 129-137.
39. Chandra, B.P., Chandra, V.K., Mahobia, S.K., Jha, P., Tiwari, R., Haldar, B., Real-time
mechanoluminescence sensing of the amplitude and duration of impact stress, (2012) Sensors and
Actuators, A: Physical, 173 (1), pp. 9-16.
40. M.Ramrakhiani, B.K.Sinha, Prashant Pandey and B.P.Chandra, Synthesis ,characterization and optical
properties of II-VI semiconductor nanocrystals, 2012, J. Pure Appl. & Ind. Phys., 2, 320-327.
41. Pramod Chaitanya,, O.P. Thakur, Vinod Kumar, Alok Shukla, and Lakshman Pandey, Equivalent
Circuit Model of a PbZr
0.6
Ti
0.4
O3 ceramic using impedance spectroscopy, 2011, Journal of Ceramic
Processing Research, 12, 247-258.
42. M .Ramrakhiani, V.K.Chandra, M.Tiwari and B.P.Chandra, Electroluminescence overshoot in single
layer pulsed organic light emitting diodes, 2011, Synthetic Metals, 161, 460-465.
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43. M. Ramrakhiani, Rubi Tamrakar, Kamal Kushwaha, and Durgesh Nandini, Effect of Mn doping on
photo-luminescence of zinc sulfide nano-particles, 2011, International Journal of Nanoscience and
Nanotechnolgy, 2, 127-133.
44. M. Ramrakhiani, Kamal Kushwaha, Priyanka Shukla and Durgesh Nandini, Electroluminescence of
from CdSe PVA nanocomposites, 2011, Nano Vision, 1, 64-67.
45. R. Aloney and P.R. Chandra, M. Ramrakhiani, Effect of current density on PEC solar cell, 2011, J.
Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials, 13, 833-835.
46. M. Ramrakhiani, Enhanced pohotovoltaic effect in multi-layered solar cells, 2011, Asian J. Exp.Sci.
CMMP Bhoplal, 25, 45-53.
47. M. Ramrakhiani Piyush Vishwakarma, P. Singh and D.P. Bisen, Synthesis and electroluminescence
studies of manganese doped cadmium sulphide nanoparticles, 2011, The Open Nanoscience Journal, 5,
34-40.
48. M. Ramrakhiani with Reena Tekchandani and Nitendra Gautam, Preparation, characterisation and
electroluminescence studies of cadmium selenide nanocrystals, 2011, The Open Nanoscience Journal, 5,
59-63.
49. M.Ramrakhiani, Electroluminescence in nanocrystals and nanocomposites, 2011, Inter. J. Lumi. Appl.,
1, 103-107.
50. Sudhakar Singh, Prashant Mor and P K Khare, Comparative study of network security tools; Firewalls,
2011, VSRD International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology, 1, 88-95.
51. SK Shukla, S Mishra, M Sharma, AK Bajpai, R Bajpai, Studies on mechanical and antithrombogenic
behaviors of polyvinyl alcohol and gelatin based novel binary polymer blends with grafted
polyacrylamide chains, 2011, Journal of Macromolecular Science, Part A: Pure and Applied Chemistry,
47, 697-707.
52. DS Deshpande, R Bajpai, AK Bajpai, Synthesis And Chatacterization of Acrylonitrile Incorporated PVA
Based Semi-Inter Penetrating Polymeric Networks, 2011, International Journal of Chemical Research, 3.
53. PK Dubey, R Bajpai, JM Keller, Microstructural, surface morphological and micro-hardness analysis
and characterization of laser dye Rhodamine (Rh6G) doped PMMA polymeric matrices, 2011,
International Journal of Polymer Analysis and Characterization, 16, 9-23.
54. AK Gupta, R Bajpai,JM Keller, Transient charging and discharging current study in pure PVF and
PVF/PVDF fluoro polyblends for application in microelectronics, 2011, Bulletin of Materials Science,
34, 105-112.
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55. DS Deshpande, R Bajpai, AK Bajpai, On the Development of Thermally Stable Semi‐IPNs of PVA and
PAN using IR, DSC and XRD Studies, 2011, AIP Conference Proceedings, 1349, 180-181.
56. AK Gupta,A Tiwari, R Bajpai, JM Keller, Short circuit thermally stimulated discharge current
measurement on PMMA: PEMA: PVDF ternary blends, 2011, Materials Sciences and Applications, 2,
1041-1048.
57. Gaur, M.S., Singh, R., Singh, P.K., Indolia, A.P., Singh, R., The effect of annealing time on thermally
stimulated discharge current of corona-charged ethyl cellulose, (2011) Journal of Thermal Analysis and
Calorimetry, 103 (2), pp. 679-683.
58. A Tiwari, AK Gupta, R Bajpai, JM Keller, Open circuit thermally stimulated discharge current
measurement on PMMA: PEMA: PVDF ternary blends, 2011, Indian Journal of Physics, 85, 1581-1590.
59. AK Patel, R Bajpai, JM Keller, B Kumari, V Vatsal, A Saha, Structural, morphological and
micromechanical studies on fly ash reinforced PMMA composites, 2011, Microsystem technologies, 17,
1755-1762.
60. AK Patel, R Bajpai, JM Keller, A Saha, Preparation and Characterization of Palm Leaf Incorporated
Polyvinyl Alcohol Bio Composites, 2011, AIP Conference Proceedings, 1393, 151-152.
61. D'souza, R., Keller, J.M., Das, K., Charge transport parameter of iodine-PMMA composites,
(2011) Proceedings - International Symposium on Electrets, art. no. 6085001, pp. 99-100.
62. Sudhakar Singh, P K Khare and Prashant Mor, Analysing performance of data encryption techniques,
2011, VSRD International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology, 1, 339-349.
63. Kanojia, A., Kaur, J., Suryanarayana, N.S., Dubey, V., Study of thickness effect on absorption, Photo
and
electroluminescence
spectra
in
roppv
polymer
films,
(2011) Materials
Physics
and
Mechanics, 12 (2), pp. 103-112.
64. Mishra, J., Mishra, P.K., Khare, P.K., Study of characterization of pure and malachite green doped
samples using spectroscopic studies, (2011) AIP Conference Proceedings, 1349 (PART A), pp. 561-562.
65. Chandra, V.K., Tiwari, M., Chandra, B.P., Ramrakhiani, M., Electroluminescence overshoot effect in
single layer pulsed organic light emitting diodes, (2011) Synthetic Metals, 161 (5-6), pp. 460-465.
66. Chhatri, A., Bajpai, J., Bajpai, A.K., Sandhu, S.S., Jain, N., Biswas, J., Cryogenic fabrication of savlon
loaded macroporous blends of alginate and polyvinyl alcohol (PVA). Swelling, deswelling and
antibacterial behaviors, (2011) Carbohydrate Polymers, 83 (2), pp. 876-882.
67. Alok Shukla, Pramod Chaitanya
and Lakshman Pandey, Study of NMR Line Shapes by Using
Equivalent Circuit Model Approach, 2010, Journal of International Academy of Physical Sciences, 14,
363-367.
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68. M. Ramrakhiani with Kirti Vishwakarma and O.P. Vishwakarma, Temperature dependence of
Threshold current density in quantum well lasers, 2010, International Journal of Materials Science, 5,
167-171.
69. M. Ramrakhiani with Kirti Vishwakarma and O.P. Vishwakarma, Power Out put and intensity of light in
nanostructured quantum well lasers, 2010, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, 5,
593-600.
70. M. Ramrakhiani with Anjali Kanojia, B.P.Chandra and J.K.Saluja, Effect of thickness in
electroluminescence spectra of (2-5 dialoxy-PPV) films, 2010, Search and Research, 1, 49-53.
71. M.Ramrakhiani with J.K.Dongre, S.Sharma and U.K.Jain, Effect of etching and annealing on
performance of CdS nanostructured photoelectrochemical solar cells, 2010, Optoelectronics and
Advanced materials – Rapid Communications, 4, 1538-1541.
72. H.Waxar, D.Sen, M.Ramrakhiani, Study of Different parameters in nanocrystalline CdSe based
photoelectrochemical cells, 2010, Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials – Rapid Communications, 4,
1208-1210.
73. Raizada, A., Kumar, S., Khare, S., Dependence of successive GMSs with Dst < -100 nT on solar and
interplanetary parameters, (2010) Indian Journal of Physics, 84 (2), pp. 183-192.
74. Ramrakhiani, M., Dongre, J.K., Enhanced photovoltaic effect using nanostructured multi-layered
photoelectrode, (2010) Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, 31 (7), pp. 83-90.
75. Kumar, S., Raizada, A., Study of geomagnetic storms with Dst < -100 nT during 1999 – 2002,
(2010) Indian Journal of Radio and Space Physics, 39 (5), pp. 284-289.
76. Kumar, S., Raizada, A., Geoeffectiveness of magnetic clouds occurred during solar cycle 23,
(2010) Planetary and Space Science, 58 (5), pp. 741-748.
77. M. Ramrakhiani with Hemraj Waxer and Deepti Sen, Properties of nanocrystalline CdSe thin film pulse
electrodeposited PEC cells, 2010, Research Analysis and Evaluation, 1, 65-67.
78. PK Khare and Alkesh Pal, The effect of electric field stress on pure polyvinyl chloride, Polymethyl
methacrylate and their polyblend samples, 2010, Journal of Electrostatics, 68, 328-336.
79. A Tiwari, AK Gupta, R Bajpai, JM Keller, Structural and mechanical studies of in-situ generated poly
(vinylidene fluoride) particle comprising poly (ethylmethacrylate) and poly (methylmethacrylate)
ternary films, 2010, Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, 49, 573-580.
80. Chandra, B.P., Goutam, R.K., Chandra, V.K., Raghuwanshi, D.S., Luka, A.K., Baghel, R.N.,
Mechanoluminescence induced by elastic and plastic deformation of coloured alkali halide crystals at
fixed strain rates, (2010) Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids, 165 (12), pp. 907-919.
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81. Chandra, B.P., Bagri, A.K., Chandra, V.K., Mechanoluminescence response to the plastic flow of
coloured alkali halide crystals, (2010) Journal of Luminescence, 130 (2), pp. 309-314.
82. Chandra, B.P., Mahobia, S.K., Nema, S.K., Jha, P., Kuraria, R.K., Kuraria, S.R., Mechanoluminescence
technique for real-time monitoring of cracks produced during application of loads on crystals,
(2010) Indian Journal of Engineering and Materials Sciences, 17 (1), pp. 61-66.
83. Chandra, B.P., Baghel, R.N., Singh, P.K., Luka, A.K., Deformation-induced excitation of the
luminescence centres in coloured alkali halide crystals, (2009) Radiation Effects and Defects in
Solids, 164 (9), pp. 500-507.
84. Chandra, B.P., Baghel, R.N., Luka, A.K., Sanodiya, T.R., Kuraria, R.K., Kuraria, S.R., Strong
mechanoluminescence induced by elastic deformation of rare-earth-doped strontium aluminate
phosphors, (2009) Journal of Luminescence, 129 (7), pp. 760-766.
85. Alok Shukla, Mrignayani Kotecha and Lakshman Pandey, Estimation of Domain Size in NanoFerroelectruics from NMR T1 Measurements, 2009, Integrated Ferroelectrics, 113, 109-130.
86. Pooja Saxena, MS Gaur and PK Khare, Effect of blending with Polysulfone on thermally stimulated
discharge behaviour of Polyvinylidene fluoride films, 2009, Polymer Plastics Technology and
Engineering, 48, 415-422.
87. Chandra, B.P., Goutam, R.K., Chandra, V.K., Patel, R.P., Luka, A.K., Baghel, R.N., Luminescence
induced by elastic and plastic deformation of II - VI semiconductors at fixed strain rates,
(2009) Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials, Rapid Communications, 3 (11), pp. 1181-1189.
88. Ashutosh Verma, PK Khare and Rudkant Shrivastava, Electrode effect on electrical conduction in thin
film of polyvinyl pyrrolidone., 2009, Indian J. of Pure & Appl. Phys., 47, 737-744.
89. Kumar, S., Pal, J., Raizada, A., Properties of SEPs effective CMEs during solar cycle 23, (2009) Indian
Journal of Radio and Space Physics, 38 (3), pp. 129-133.
90. AK Rai, PK Khare and Prashant Mor, Design and Development of Electronic Security System for
Agricultural Field, 2009, Contemporary Engineering Sciences, 2, 265-268.
91. AK Gupta, S.K. Kurmvanshi, R Bajpai, JM Keller, In situ generated hydroxyl‐terminated polybutadiene
nanoparticles in polyimide films, 2009, Advances in Polymer Technology, 28, 48-59.
92. C Kundnani, AK Gupta, M Arya, D Shrivastava, P Aseri, J Keller, R. Bajpai, Study of fluorescent
nanoparticle comprising iron DMAc complex embedded within polyimide matrix, 2009, Polymer
Engineering & Science, 49, 977-983.
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93. A.Tiwari, A. K. Gupta, R. Bajpai and J. M. Keller, New Approach to Study Structure-Property
Relationship using Micromechanical Technique on Electrically Stressed Ternary Blends, 2009,
International Journal of Polymers & Technologies, 1, 89-99.
94. D. Shrivastava, A.K.Gupta, R. Bajpai and J.M. Keller, Synthesis and study of micro- structure properties
of SiO2 incorporated polyimide based high temperature resistive nano composite films, 2009, Materials
Science-An Indian Journal, 5, 184-192.
95. Dongre, J.K., Ramrakhiani, M., Synthesis of flower-like CdS nanostructured films and their application
in photoelectrochemical solar cells, (2009) Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 487 (1-2), pp. 653-658.
96. Dongre, J.K., Nogriya, V., Aloney, R., Ramrakhiani, M., Nanostructures based photoelectrochemical
cells
for
energy
conversion,
(2009) Optoelectronics
and
Advanced
Materials,
Rapid
Communications, 3 (4), pp. 338-342.
97. Aloney, R.K., Dongre, J.K., Chandra, B.P., Ramrakhiani, M., Photoelectrochemical solar cells based on
electro-co-deposited
CdSe/ZnSe
double
layer
photoelectrodes,
(2009) Chalcogenide
Letters, 6 (11), pp. 569-575.
98. Chouksey, P., Chandra, B.P., Ramrakhiani, M., Electroluminescence of CdS nanoparticles-polyvinyl
carbazole composites, (2009) Indian Journal of Engineering and Materials Sciences, 16 (3), pp. 157160.
99. Dongre, J.K., Nogriya, V., Ramrakhiani, M., Structural, optical and photoelectrochemical
characterization of CdS nanowire synthesized by chemical bath deposition and wet chemical etching,
(2009) Applied Surface Science, 255 (12), pp. 6115-6120.
Monographs
2
Chapters in Books
3
Edited Books
0
Books with ISBN with details of publishers
1
Number listed in International Database (Scopus)
>200
Citation Index – range/average (Google Search)
40-1510/540
SNIP
0.14-2.0
SJR
0.14-1.8
Impact Factor – range/average (Scopus)
0.5-4.6/3
h-index - range/average (Google Scholar)
1-11/8
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1. Sakshi Sahare and Meera Ramrakhiani, Optical absorption and EL of Cu doped zinc sulphide
nanocrystals, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing AG & Co KG, Saarbrucken, Germany;
(2012).
2. Hari Krishna Puranam and Meera Ramrakhiani, Broading in the photo-luminescence peaks of
nanoparticles, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing AG & Co KG, Saarbrucken, Germany,
2012.
Chapters in Books
1.
Lakshman Pandey and Pramod Chaitanya, Novel Methodologies for Quality Enhancement in
Higher Education, in Quality Education: Prospects and Challenges, Eds. J.G. Davis George,
Valan Arasu, Pragyesh Agrawal and Mahendra K Gupta, ISBN 978-81-313-0353-5, APH
Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, 2012.
2.
M.
Ramrkhiani,
photoelectrodes,
Enhanced
photovoltaic
effect
using
nanostructured
multilayered
M.Ramrakhiani and J.K.Dongre in Nanostructured Materials and
Nanotechnology IV
Ceramic Engineering and Science Proc., Vol. 31, Issue 7 (doi:
10.1002/9780470944042.ch10), Eds. Sanjay Mathur, Suprakas Sinha Ray and T. Ohji. The
Americam Ceramic Society, John Wiley, & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ, USA. pp-83-90 (2010)
3.
Meera Ramrakhiani and Vikas Nogriya, Synthesis and characterization of zinc sulfide
nanocrystala and zinc sulfide/polyvinyl alcohol nanoconposites for luminescence applications,
in Polymer processing and Characterization Ed. Sabu Thomas, Mathew Sebastain, Anne
George and Yang Weimin, Apple Academic Press (2012)
23.
Details of patents and income generated
So far, no patents have been granted to the department. The faculty is making efforts for patenting the
new devices fabricated and theory or software developed during the research program. Some patent
applications have been filed, viz.,
a)
“Strontium Titanate Glass-Ceramic Material in Strontium Titanate borosilicate system for the
application in capacitive temperature compensation in electronic devices” by Devendra Kumar, Om
Prakash Thakur, Om Parkash and Lakshman Pandey, Appl. No. 147/Del/1998, 20-01-1998.
b)
“Accurate determination of equivalent circuit model for piezoelectrics using Impedance
Spectroscopy” by Pramod Chaitanya and Lakshman Pandey,2007.
c)
“A method for estimation of domain – width in nano-ferroelectrics” by Alok Shukla, Mrignayani
Kotecha and Lakshman Pandey, Patent Application sent to Controller General of Patents, Mumbai,
on 20.12. 2007. (Application number 2551/MUM/2007 Dated 24.12.2007 received from Patent
Office).
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24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated
The department provides voluntary consultancy service.
Members of the department readily undertake editing and referring work as and when contacted for
Journals of national and foreign origin.
The department has helped various colleges of the city of Jabalpur by providing them electronics
experiment kits for laboratory training.
The department has helped to establish B.Tech. Physics Laboratories at PDM-IIIT-DM, Jabalpur and
Physics Syllabus there.
The members of the department have been publishing popular articles in news papers and magazines
and also delivering Radio talks.
25.
Faculty
selected
nationally/internationally
to
visit
other
laboratories/
institutions/industries in India and abroad:
Almost all faculty members of the department were selected to visit International Center for Theoretical
Physics (ICTP), Trieste, Italy.
Prof. L. Pandey. Worked /Visited Brazilian Centre for Physical Research Rio de Janerio 2000, 2002,
University of Alberta Edmonton Canada. (1980-83, 1984, 1986, 1990), Hokkaido University, Sapporo,
Japan (1986), University of British Columbia Canada (1983), as post-doctoral fellow, visiting scientist,
visiting professor and TWAS associate.
Prof. J.M. Keller. Visited Indian Institute of Science Banglore and underwent Training of High
Vacuum Techniques, Dec, 28, 1984- Jan 11, 1985; Visited Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Bombay
and underwent training in UHV Technology, June 18- July 12, 1985; Indian Institute of Science
Banglore, attended Workshop on Thick and Thin Film Hybrid Micro electronics, Oct. 12-27, 1986;
Western Regional Instrumentation Centre, Bombay Universitym Bombay and participated in
Introductory Course on use of Micro Computers, April 27- May8, 1987; International Centre for
Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy and participated in Workshop on Material Science and Physics and
Non-conventional Energy Sources, Aug. 26- Sept. 18, 1987; Physics Department, Indian Institute of
Technology, Bombay and attended International College on Electronic Properties of Condensed Matter
Physics, Dec. 1-15, 1988; International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy and participated in
Working Party on “Fracture Physics” May 29 July- 8, 1989; Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan, July 711, 1991 participated and presented paper in the International Conference on Properties and Applications
of Dielectric Materials (ICPADM-91); Tongji University, Shanghai China, Sept. 25-30, 1996
participated and presented paper in the 9th International Symposium on Electrets (ISE 9); Tongji
University, Shanghai China, Sept. 25-30, 1996 participated and presented paper in the 9th International
Symposium on Electrets (ISE 9).
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Prof. M. Ramrakhiani. Attended Research Workshop on Condensed Matter Physics at International
Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) Trieste, Italy from 14th July to 19th August 1994; Participated in
the First International Conference on Low Dimensional Structures and Devices (8-10 May 1195)
organized by Elsevier Science Ltd. UK at Singapore; and visited the National University of Singapore,
The Nunyang Technological University and National Institute of Education at Singapore; Attended 5th
International Conference on Applications of Physics in Medicine and Biology (2-6) September 1996) at
International Centre for theoretical Physics (ICTP Trieste Italy.); Attended College on Medical Physics:
Methods, Instrumentation and techniques in Medical imaging (9-27 September 1996) at the international
Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) Trieste, Italy; Participated in the 10th International Conference of
Women Engineers and Scientists (8-10-October 1996) organized by Scientific Society of Measurement
Automation and Information at Budapest, Hungary and represented India in the meeting; Participated in
6th World Biomaterial Congress (15-20 May 2000) organized by World’s Biomaterial Societies at
Kamuela Hawaii, USA; Participated and presented a paper in the TWOWS 4th General Assembly and
International Conference: Women Scientists in Changing World (27-30 June 2010) organized by Third
World Organization for Women in Science (TWOWS) and Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) at
Beijing, China; Participated and presented a paper in 16th International Conference on Luminescence &
Optical Spectroscopy of Condense Matter (ICL’11) June 27 – July 1, 2011 held at University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor MI USA.
Prof. R. Baipai. Attended 1st World congress on micro reliability and nanoreliability in key technology
applications, IZM, Berlin, (Germany). 2007
Dr. Y.K. Sharma. Visited Cambridge and Scotland Universities U K in 1985-86 under Common
Wealth Award. Nominated as active qualified physics directory of the third world prepared by Prof.
Abdus Salam (Nobel Laureate). Selected For UGC Work Shop in Academic Exchange Programmers
with USSR (1986). UK in 1986 Under Prestigious Commonwealth Academic Staff Fellowship For one
Year. Workshop on Condensed Matter Physics , ICTP (1984). Offered by Canadian Academy of
Sciences in (1974)To work at any University of Canada. Interaction with Prof. N. F. Mott, Noble
Laureate, Cavendish Laboratory, Univ. of Cambridge, Cambridge England Extended Mott and Davis
Model For the High Field Transport in amorphous Solid Selected For Experimental work for one year by
third World Academy of Sciences (TWAS), ICTP, Trieste , Italy in 1989 the worldwide recognition has
motivated the invitations by (1) Prof. E.G.S. Fellow Royal Society, Department of Engineering Science,
Oxford University, Oxford, England. (2) Prof. Dr.-Eng. H.L. Hartnagal, Institute Hoch Frequenztechnik,
Technische Hochbule Darmstadt, Germany. (3) Prof. J.M. Marshall Dunder College of Technology,
UK.
Dr. N. K. Pandey. Worked /Visited International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste. Italy 1986,
1998, and 1997 as visiting scientist. Visited IUCAA, Pune and Delivered Lectures on Computer Net
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Work in 1995. Visited Indian Institute Science, Banglore and Delivered Lectures on Supercomputer
system and education. 2003. Visited Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) Bombay and delivered
lecture on AI Application in Physical Sciences 1992.
26.
Faculty serving in
e)
National committees
Prof. J.M. Keller was subject expert in Peer Review Committee on Nuclear Biological
Chemical (NBC) Defence Technologies (Rs. 300 Crores) Research Project of D.R.D.O., New Delhi, 16 th
October, 2007; was advisor for subject Electronics of the Journal Indian Research Communication An
Official Publication of The Research Promoting and Communication Society, Indore (M.P.) ISSN :
0973-9661
Prof. L. Pandey has been included in the Editorial Board of International Journal of Scientific
and Innovative Research (IJSIR) ISSN 2347-2189 and of PRAJNA – Journal of B H U (ISSN No. 05549884). Prof. L. Pandey has served as member of academic senate of IIIT DM, Jabalpur, an institution of
National importance.
Dr. M. Ramrakhiani has been guest editor for a special issue on Hot Topic ‘Luminescence in
Nanomaterials’ of “Open Nanoscience Journal” in 2011.
Dr. Rakesh Bajpai has been Reviewer for research papers published in Journal of Applied
Polymer Science (Willy Inter science) and Express Polymers.
Dr. N.K. Pandey has been appointed member Committee “On Text=Book in Computer Science
in Hindi” Dept. of Electronics Govt. of India, New DFelhi, 2006.
f)
International committees
Presently there is no formal participation in international committees.
27.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher/orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs):
Er. Ajay Singh, Dr. Pranav Singh, Dr. Rajendra Dubey, Dr. G. Singh, Dr. R. K. Gupta and Dr.
P. Mor participated in refresher programs.
The department organized refresher courses in association with UGC-ASC of the university for
college teachers, 11-28 February 2013 and 10-29 March 2014, in which all the faculty members of the
department delivered lectures and supervised projects/practical.
Dr Lakshman Pandey lectured at “Recent Advances in Mathematics”,12-14 Dec 2012, Dept of
mathematics & Computer Science, RDVV; Short Term Course: Modern approaches For effective
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Teaching” at Govt Engg College Jabalpur; “Refresher course “ at dept. of Applied Physics, Govt. Engg.
College Jabalpur; and at Veterinary University, on “ Calenders -Bharatiya Kaal Gadana” April 2011;
participated workshop On the estimation of domain size in Nanoferroelectrics from NMR T1 data of
powdered sample” presented in NMRS 2011, GNDU Amritsar; and NMR studies in ferroelectrics
nanomaterials”, presented in NCNIT 2013, NIT Kurukshetra, Haryana.
Dr. M. Ramrakhiani participated and delivered lectures/talks at International Conference on
Nanomaterails: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications (Invited talk) held at Mahatma Gandhi
University, Kottayam Kerala (27-29 April 2010), TWOWS Fourth General Assembly and International
Conference: Women in Changing World held at Beijing, China (27-30 June 2010), National Conference
on Luminescence and Its Applications (NCLA 2011) (Invited talk)held at Pandit Ravi Shankar Shukla
University, Raipur.(7-9 Feb. 2011), 16th International Conference on Luminescence & Optical
Spectroscopy of Condensed Matter (ICL ’11) held at University of Michigan, USA. (26 June-1 July
2011), National conference on Condensed Matter & Material Physics (CMMP-2011) (Invited talk) held
at Department of Physics Govt. M.L.B Girl’s P.G. Autonomous College Bhopal (13 - 14 Oct. 2011),
International Conference on Luminescence and its Applications (ICLA2012) (Invited talk) held at Indian
Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad; (7-10 February 2012), National Workshop on
Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Christian College of Engineering and Technology, Bhilai (Invited
talk) (12th March 2012), . National Conference On “Novel Materials And Their Applications”
(NCNMA-2012), (Invited talk) Department Of Physics, Arts And Commerce Girls College, Devendra
Nagar, Raipur, 492001, (C.G) India (October 16-17, 2012), National Conference on Luminescence and
Its Applications (NCLA 2013) (Invited talk) PES Institute of Technology, Bangalore (8-10 January
2013), National Seminar on Nanomaterials: Synthesis and Application (NSNSA) (Invited Talk) Govt.
Auto. P.G.College, Chhindawada (4-6 March 2013), National Conference on Luminescence and its
Application, Invited talk at Department of Physics, RDVV, Jabalpur 5-7 February 2014, National
Conference on Applications of Mathematical and Physical Science in Engineering”, Invited talk at Jai
Naryan College of Technology and Science, Bhopal 8th March, 2014, Workshop on Advancement in
Nanotechnology and its Applications”, Invited talk, held at Hitkarni College of Engineering and
Technology Research, Jabalpur on 28th March 2014.
28.
Student projects:
•
Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter-departmental
projects: 70%.
•
Percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with other universities
industry/institute: 30%.
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29. Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level:
o
Faculty
Dr. Y.K.Sharma received Bharat Shikcha Ratna Award (2013); and Life Time Education
Excellence Award by Economics and Social Department Foundation (2013); Common Wealth Award;
International Status Award; Indira Gandhi Sadbhavana Award and Indian Achievers Award for
Education Excellence.
o
Doctoral/post doctoral fellows
Mr. Pradeep Kumar Ahirwal received Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship, UGC, for 5 years
period beginning from 2011; participated in Science Academies’ Refresher Course in “Quantum
Mechanics, Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, 2-14 December 2013.
Mrs. Deepti Despande received Young Scientist Award, MPCST, Bhopal, 2011.
Ms. Amrita Dwivedi received Best Paper Award, National Conference on Luminescence and its
Application, Raipur, 2011.
30.
Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national
international) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
The department organized National Seminar on Recent Trends in Luminescence, 26th April 2008;
National Science Day on 28th Feb. 2010 (MP-CST), National Science Day 2011 Celebration 14th-15th
March 2011, (MP-CST)), National Science Day 2012 Celebration-2012, 28 February-01 March 2012
(MP-CST); Regional Workshop on Awareness on Nuclear Energy, 17-18 August 2012 (Vigyan Prasar,
National Institute for S & T Communication DST); National Science Day Celebration-2013, 28
February-02 March-2013 (MP-CST); Colloquium on the Topic “Transition from Nanomaterials,” 5
January 2013; Colloquium on the Topic “Organic Light Emitting Diode: The device for Solid State
lighting,” 17 April 2013; National Conference on Luminescence and is Applications – NCLA 2014, 5-7
February 2014 (AERB, DRDO, UGC, DST). National Science Day 2014 Celebration, 28 February -01
March 2014 (MP-CST).
31.
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments:
The department place high concern for anti-plagiarism in research papers and
thesis/dissertation. The department follows a voluntary exercise of open presentation of results before
submission of paper for publication or thesis supplication.
32.
Programme-wise demand ratio:
Name of the Programme
(as para no. 4)
M.Sc.
Applications
received
40
Selected
Pass percentage
Male
Female
Male
Female
10
12
100
100
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M.Phil.
08
01
05
100
100
Ph.D.
38
11
6
100
100
Diploma in Electronics
10
O7
-
100
-
Post B.Sc. Diploma in
10
02
01
100
100
Electronics
33.
Diversity of students:
Name of the Programme
% of students from
% of students from
% of students from
% of students from
(as para no. 4)
the same university
other universities
universities outside the
Other countries
within the State
State
M.Sc.
90%
8%
2%
0%
M.Phil.
83%
0%
17%
0%
Ph.D.
44%
44%
12%
0%
Diploma in Electronics
100%
0%
0%
0%
Post B.Sc. Diploma in
100%
0%
0%
0%
Electronics
34.
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defence Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise:
Good number of students of department appears in NET and GATE examinations (SET being
not conducted since a long time) after passing the final examination. A complete record of students who
cleared the above examinations is not available. Nevertheless, in recent past five students cleared NET
and over ten students qualified GATE. A good number of students got selected for defence services/
civil services/Banking services, and cleared other competitive examinations.
35.
Student progression:
Student progression
Percentage against enrolled
PG to M.Phil.
15%
PG to Ph.D.
30%
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
A few (2%) join as postdoctoral fellow, but frequently do not register for
degree)
Employed

Campus selection

Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurs
36.
02 (Campus Selection) Chembiotech, Calcutta
25%
5%
Diversity of staff:
Percentage of faculty who are
from the same university
50%
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37.
from other universities within the State
12.5%
from universities from other States
37.5%
from universities outside the country
0%
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period
38.
: None.
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities with regard to
j)
Library
Department maintains a separate library that has over 2000 titles of postgraduate/reference
books, and back volumes of journals. On-line access to e-journals and books is available in
every research laboratory/faculty chamber through INFLIBNET service of the UGC.
k)
Internet facilities for staff and students

l)
Total number of class rooms
02*
m)
Class rooms with ICT facility
00
n)
Students’ laboratories
07
o)
Research laboratories
09
p)
Auditorium (Jubilee Hall)
01
*Classes are also held in Laboratories/Teachers’ chambers/Jubilee Hall
39.
List of doctoral, post-doctoral students and Research Associates
c)
Doctoral students from the host institution/university
Ms Ritu Mishra
Ku. Sheetal Mehta
Akriti Mishra
Swarnim Patel
Rashmi Jaiswal
Ms Swati Dubey (Elec.)
Pallavi Shukla
Beena Rai
Ms Kavita Gour (Elec.)
P. Hari Krishana
Sandhya Shrivas
Ms Preeti Pathak
Smita Tiwari
Rajesh Sharma
Praveen Kumar Jain
Ms. Priyanka Parmar
Ku. Shivangi Shukla
Rajiv Kumar
b.
Doctoral students from other institutions/universities:
Pradeep Kumar Ahirwal
Mahendra Pathak
Durgesh Nandini
Kamal Kumar Kushwaha
Nitendra K. Gautam
Hemraj Waxer
Ajay Choure
Narayan Singh Choudhary
Om Prakash Bagri
Sudhakar Singh
Mr.D.S.Bisen
Samiksha Tiwari
Reshma Jharia
Bhushan Singh Patel
Anil Ram
Muzzammil Ahmad Bhat
Aadil Hussain Shah
Jyotsna Agrwal
Rakesh Patel
Roopa Nandini
Atul Makrariya
Arvind Kumar Dubey
Hina Dubey
Pratibha Gautam
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Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University: 05
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s)? If so, highlight the methodology:
Revision of existing programmes for post graduation was guided by the recent advances that
have come in the literature and proposed by UGC time to time. Such exercise was also based on
feedback from students and placement agencies. Revision of Master of Philosophy and introduction of
Course work at doctoral level has been done as per the recommendation of UGC regulation 2009 for
M.Phil and Ph.D. degrees. All the revisions were effected through discussion in Board of Studies.
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from
g)
Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the
department utilize the feedback?
h)
Students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does the
department utilize the feedback?
i)
Alumni and employers on the programmes offered and how does the department utilize
the feedback?
The courses are revised and upgraded by the Board of Studies keeping in view the feedback
from faculty. It is to be noted that non-member teaching staff is also invited as special invitees in such
meetings to give their feedback.
The feedback from students is utilized in improving the teaching learning process. This is done
by providing tutorials/extra classes and also by providing more chances for appearing in the internal
tests which is part of continuous Evaluation process at our university. Students are encouraged to give
talks in the presence of faculty members.
This feedback from alumni/employers is utilized for improving the employability/acceptability
of our graduates by making efforts to launch new electives/special papers and introducing new
experiments, design and fabrication.
All the students are encouraged to strengthen their ICT and computational skill by learning
more computer languages and software such as MULTISIM, LABVIEW and MATHEMATICA.
43.
List the distinguished alumni of the department:
Mithilesh Tiwari – Scientists F, ISRO/NPL
Kartic Patel – Sr. Scientist, BARC
Vivek Agnihotri – Scientist, USA
Nagendra Sharma - DG Registration (Revenue)
Mrignaini Kotecha – Scientist, Chicago, USA
Ramashish Chauksey – DRDO/ SSPL, Delhi
Prashant Mehta – Retd. Principal Secretary
Matri Basubol – Astralia
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K.D. Vyas – Additional Director, DRDO, Gwalior Nita Parikh – Bangluru
Ranjana Gangrade – Project Leader, Institute of
Alok Shukla - Dept. Of Physics, National Institute of
Plasma Research, Ahmedabad
Technology, Mizoram
O.P. Thakur – DRDO/ SSPL Delhi
S.P. Sanyal, BU Bhopal
Harishankar Patel – RRCAT, Indore
Reena Ahluwaliya – Vancouver Canada
Rajneesh Sharma, Physical Engineer Designer,
Jitendra Nayak, Central Excise and Coustm, Chhindawara
California, USA
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Sadhna Nayak – NIT, Raipur
Anjan Sarkar – Managing Director, AKVN, Bhopal.
Amit Prasad – IAS, Delhi
Ambikesh Shukla – Doon School, Doon
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures/workshops/seminar)
involving external experts.
The department organizes special lectures on topics of significance/workshops on research
methodologies and instrumentation; projection on national/international support; and research activities
at different centres through lectures by experts.
45.
List the teaching/training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes
Various teaching/learning methods are being used in the department for imparting theoretical as
well as practical knowledge to the students. In adding to the usual class room lectures attempts are made
to help the students at individual level by personal discussions. The faculty members are available in
their chambers to help the students and solve their problems and provide them relevant literature.
Students are also encouraged to refer literature from internet as well as other libraries.
Audio/visual devices are used for simulations in order to explain the subject matter in an
interesting and simpler manner. Demonstrations are done to show the working of sophisticated
instruments.
Assignments, projects and operation of instruments such as lathe machine, glass blowing
soldering designing circuits etc. are other methods used to train and make the students familiar with the
apparatus and get experimental practice.
46.
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?
The department keeps a constant vigil of the intellectual uplift of the students by having free dialogues
with them. The overall monitoring of the achievement of the programme objectives is carried out by
looking at the student’s performance in the continuous evaluation tests, semester results and the
questions asked by students in class rooms and laboratories and also by observing the level of interest in
the subject created among students.
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47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities
There is regular participation in activities involving sports, gardening and green environment
maintenance.
Extension programmes are organized by NSS, NCC, YRC and other national and international
programmes by organizing different programmes in villages for their help by NSS volunteers. A number
of extracurricular/co-curricular activities were organized in collaboration with other agencies/NGOs
(such as Rotary/Lion’s etc.) on Campus.
Prof. Rakesh Bajpai as Coordinator of University Cell of M.P. Council of Science &
Technology, Bhopal, organized Popular Lectures, Poster/Model/Essay/Debate Competitions during
National Science Day obseved in the University each year; revent events were held on 28th February
2010; 14th-15th March 2011; 28th February -1st March 2012; 28th February-2nd March 2013; and 28th
February-1st March 2014.
Intellectual Property Right Day on 24th April 2010; Technology Day on 10th -11th May 2010.
Prof. Rakesh Bajpai, as member of local organizing committee, arranged Regional Conclave for
reforms in higher education organized by the Department of Higher Education, Govt. of M.P.& World
Bank, held on 29th July 2012.
Prof. Rakesh Bajpai was coordinator for Rashtriya Urja Jan Jagrati Abhiyan organized in
collaboration with NSS in the university on 24th Jan.2011.
Number of NCC Cadets/units; Number of NSS Volunteers/units
Extension activity department as a unit (paid or honorary) – Introduction of sensitizing
programmes on Institutional Social Responsibilities, social surveys, research or extension work to
ensure social justice and empower the underprivileged and the most vulnerable sections off society,
special recognition received from such programmes etc.
Prof. Rakesh Bajpai presented Radio Talk on Great Indian Scientist: Vikram Sarabhai AIR,
Jabalpur on 21-08-2003; Radio Talk on “Mangal Per Jeevan Ki Sambhavanayen” AIR Jabalpur on 2204-2004; delivered two Lecturers on Dynamics at Kendriya Vidyalaya, GCF, and Jabalpur on 4th and
7th June 2004 in National Orientation Programme for School Teachers; delivered lecture under
Orientation programme for M.P. State School Physics Teachers at Govt. College of Education, Jabalpur
in June 2004; delivered invited talk on Popularization of science- International Year of Physics- 2005.
On the occasion of Regional Jawaharlal Nehru Science Exhibition held at Kendriya Vidyalaya G. C. F.
No-1 Jabalpur, on 21st September 2005; Radio Talk on “ Bhoutiki Varsh Aur Bharat Ki Vaigyanik
Gatividhiyan” AIR, Jabalpur in 24-11-2005; Radio Talk on “Bin Pani Sab Soon “AIR, Jabalpur on 2206-2006; Radio Talk on “Mahan Vaigyanik C.V.Raman “AIR, Jabalpur on 07-11-2007; Radio Talk
(Paricharcha) on “Vicharon Mein Girawat Ka Karan-Kya Adhyayan Ki Kami Hai“AIR, Jabalpur on 2102-2009; Member of committee to frame the draft proposal of statutes & ordinances of newly
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established M.P. Medical University, Jabalpur in 2013-14; Represented University to participate in
workshop on reforms in higher education in M.P. organized by Govt. of M.P. & World Bank held at
Bhopal on 3rd October 2011; Participated as delegate appointed by Govt.of M.P.in Workshop to finalize
the draft proposal for Reforms in higher education in M.P. organized by M.P.Higher Education Deptt. &
World Bank held at Bhopal on 5th October 2012.
Experiments demonstrations, and poster presentations during National Science Day celebration, 28th February-1st March
2014, with the focal theme of development of scientific temper.
Muzzammil Ahmad Bhat, Ph.D. scholar, attended Third Raman Research Institute School on
Statistical Mechanics at RRI, Bangalore, from 26th March 2012 to 07th April 2012; DST-SERC School
on nonlinear dynamics from 30 Nov-22 Dec 2012 at SNBOSE Kolkatta; National Science Day
celebration organized by MP Council of Science and Technology on 28th Feb – 1st March, 2012;
Regional Workshop on Awareness of Nuclear Energy organised by Vigyan Prasar, Department of
Science and Technology, Govt of India New Delhi; National Science Day celebration organised by MP
Council of Science and Technology on 28th Feb – 2nd March, 2013.
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department:
New technologies deployed by the department in enhancing student learning and evaluation
during the last four years Practices to encourage and monitor graduate aptitudes (academic abilities,
personal qualities and transferable skills among students) – with some example.
49.
State whether the programme/department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If yes,
give details: Nil
50.
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied:
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The contribution of the department in generating new knowledge is well evident from the citation and hindex of the member of the department. The overall citation of a single paper published by faculty
members (as per google.scholar.com) is approaching 50.
51.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department.
Strength
The faculty members are highly motivated and trained in diverse branches of physics and related areas.
This has resulted in tremendous expansion of teaching and research activities by incorporating more and
more current topics and break-through. This is evident from large number of elective and special papers
being offered at M.Sc. and M.Phil. levels and number of research areas including interdisciplinary
activities being perused.
The department has research activities of both experimental as well as theoretical nature
including modeling, simulation design and instrumentation.
Ever since its establishment, the department has been attracting scholars trained at various
places/institutions in the country and abroad. As a result the department has had an extremely good
combination of faculty trained at premier institutes of the country and abroad and at Jabalpur to join the
faculty at various levels.
Former
and
present
Faculty
Qualification/work Experience at centres
Members
Dr. T.S. Murthy
Ph.D.(UK), Under Prof. Tolanski,Nobel Laureate
Dr. S.C. Datt
Ph.D.(Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata)
Dr. R.K. Singh
Ph.D. (BHU)
DR. Ranjeet Singh
Ph.D. (Sagar)
Dr. V.K. Farkya
Ph.D. (Allahabad)
Dr. M. H. Ansari
Ph.D. (RDVV)
Dr. B. P. Chandra
Ph.D. (Raipur) Post Doc. Fellow California USA
Dr. Ghosh
PhD. (Burdwan)
Dr. G. Johari
Ph.D. Chicago (USA)
Dr. L. Pandey
Ph.D. (IIT, Kanpur)
DR. J.M. Keller
Ph.D. (Jabalpur)
Dr. S. Kumar
Ph.D. (AMU)
Dr. M. Ramrakhiani
Ph.D. (Jabalpur)
Dr. P.K. Khare
Ph.D. (Sagar)
Dr. R. Bajpai
Ph.D. (Jabalpur)
Dr. Y.K. Sharma
Ph.D. (BHU), D.Sc. (Agra)
Dr. N.K. Pandey
Ph.D. (Jabalpur)
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Almost all faculty members have wide experience of working in laboratories abroad related to
Post Doctoral work, Visiting Professorship, attending Advanced level courses or presentation of papers
in Conferences.
The department has produced students who are serving the society in various capacities in India
and aboard. The full potential of this alumni base is yet to be tapped for the benefit of the department.
The faculty members have developed strong collaboration with works at other places in the
country and abroad which is, in turn, helping the department in the uplift of the facility of Physics
education.
The department has a practice of on-going colloquia where faculty members/researchers/
students of the university and elsewhere share their knowledge.
The department opts for all round development of students by adopting the approach of solving
thought provoking problems during teaching sessions, and advising/ encouraging students to present
talks. To achieve desired level of success need of remedial classes in Physics and in language is being
deeply felt. Work on this line is in further progress.
Weaknesses
It is hoped that with the appointment of faculty members on vacant positions and creating more
positions, and building of research facilities the department will be able to attract far more students from
the vast tribal region of this part of country. Activities such as an outreach programme proposed by the
department in the XII plan namely ‘Science at your door step’ will be instrumental to attract promising
students to join physics. The above said proposal involves weekly visit of 2-3 Physics staff members
with a van equipped with facilities to demonstrate experiments to school students, allow them to
augment their experimental skills through perform and learn. This will create a strong motivation as well
as develop scientific temper among them.
Opportunities
Physics is one of the most important subjects of science. Apart from Providing Basic Principles and
results Vital for new technologies, Physics has also played critical roles as interdisciplinary links by
providing new research techniques which have influenced strongly other field. Physics research is
proving absolutely vital for solving some of the urgent problem of society such as energy production,
distribution and saving, information and communication technology, security, and environmental issues.
Driven by the curiosity to find the principle, which determine nature, physics research has profoundly
changed human thinking and has established new approaches in the search for truth. Overall, physics has
contributed more to our concept of the world than many other sciences. In recent years, the upliftments
of rural areas and masses by the development on technology brought about by physics invention are
becoming very important. Physics has played pivotal roles in the development of various technologies
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such as Information technology, nuclear technology, Space technology, Materials technology Medical
Imaging and Radiology, Geophysical Prospecting, etc.
The department of Postgraduate Studies and Research in Physics and Electronics, Rani
Durgavati University, Jabalpur has been taking initiatives in improving teaching and research in physics
from the very beginning.
The department has been striving for producing world class man power (M.Sc.s, M. Phil.s , and
Ph.D.s. Our graduates have been readily accepted in various premier institutions in the country and
abroad far doctoral and post doctoral studies.
Job opportunities: The students trained in physics in general and that of the department in
particular are well placed in the high position of Central and State Government, Central Institutes and
Laboratories, Universities and Colleges and also in other reputed private and corporate sectors in India
and abroad. A number of students go for higher studies and research in various Universities/colleges as
well as national scientific/research institutes such as BARC, TIFR, PRL, SSPL, DRDO, Central Brain
Research Institute etc. Apart from that many of them are selected for defense services, banking,
insurance, education, railways, etc.
It may be noted that Physics is ubiquitous and its study in both the avenues of teaching and
research must be given high priority in today’s educational arena. The personnel trained in Physics have
an easy sailing in any branch of science and technology. As a result, in the international scenario, they
are absorbed as teachers, research scientists, radiologists in hospitals etc. Also in any laboratory
involved in development of new materials/ technologies heavy presence of physics trained people is a
world – wide phenomenon.
Challenges:
Physics, being a fundamental and versatile subject, is needed in almost all the branches of today’s
Science and Technology. A strong need is being felt worldwide to include and teach Physics courses by
moulding them to suit various disciplines. At present this is being partly achieved by giving
compartmentalized programmes such as Bio-Physics, Medical Physics, Engineering Physics, Chemical
Physics, Environmental Physics and Computational Physics etc. It will be a priority of the department to
take up this challenge to develop integrated Physics courses comprising modular structure with
emphasis on experimental skills to be offered to students of different discipline. If found workable, such
courses can be made interdisciplinary. Also it would be formidable task to attract, motivate, train and
prepare young human resource to serve as possible future Physics teachers.
52.
Future plans of the Department:
The department plans to improve the quality of teaching by providing smart class rooms and
starting certain new courses and new specializations related to frontier areas with job potentials in the
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on-going M.Sc. and M. Phil. Programs. It is also proposed to launch innovative research schemes and
start extension activities and outreach programs.
Four smart class rooms are planned so as to make teaching and learning interactive and
interesting. It will also create awareness and exposure to state of art technology and online classes from
the renowned institutes/persons would be possible.
Following new specializations are proposed to be introduced in the on-going M.Sc. and M. Phil.
Programs – (a) Optical fiber communication, (b) Biophysics, (c) Remote sensing, (d) Microcontroller
and embedded systems, and (e) Astronomy and astrophysics. It is proposed to start M.Sc. Integrated
Course and M. Tech. in (a) Material Science, (b) Nanotechnology and (c) Electronic Instrumentation.
It is also planned to start Job oriented Diploma courses in (a) Computer hardware technology,
(b) Medical instruments – maintenance and repair, (c) Cellular technology, (d) Multimedia animation
and (e) Medical Physics.
It is proposed to establish University Institute of Technology with the collaboration of Physics,
Electronics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer science, Bioscience and USIC departments. It is also
planned to start ‘Energy harvesting, Nonconventional Energy Production and saving’ programme. It
will help in overcoming the energy crises and reduce the cost. It would fulfill the increasing need of
usable energy with the socio-economic development of the country.
Department proposes Extension Activities and Outreach Programs - ‘Science at door steps’
(using a van with facilities to demonstrate popular experiments, and for practical training) to create
awareness among the young generation, especially in remote/rural areas.
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Evaluative Report of Department of P. G. Studies and Research in
Political Science
1.
Name of the Department: Department of P.G. Studies and Research in Political Science
2.
Year of establishment: 1960
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Humanities
4.
Names of programmes offered:
Course/programme
Post Graduation
Degree awarded
Diploma
Subject combinations
Political Science
M.A.
Research
5.
6.
M.Phil.
Political Science
Ph.D.
Political Science
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involve:

M.Phil Programme - All Department of Social Science and Colleges under RDVV.

Ambedkar Studies Centre.

Centre for Studies for Developing Societies.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions etc:

All Dissertations of M.Phil pertaining to Panchayats, Corporations, Collectorate, Commissioner
Office, Media (Newspaper), Primary & Secondary Schools.

All M.A. (Projects) pertaining to Panchayats, Corporations, Collectorate, Commissioner Office,
Media (Newspaper), Primary& Secondary Schools.
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons: None.
8.
Examination System: Annual/Semester/Trimester/Choice Based Credit System: Semester
9.

Annual - P.G. Diploma in Public Administration, P.G, M.Phil, Ph.D (Semester).

Semester - M.A., M.Phil, Ph.D
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:
Academic flexibility by offering optional papers:

Contemporary political issues;

Theories of international politics;

Political theory and western political thought;

Diplomacy & international organization;
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
Comparatives public administration of India, UK, USA;

Ancient Indian political thought & institution;

Regional study of the govt. & politics of the Middle Eastern countries;

Regional study of the govt. & politics of the East Asia;

Principles of Public administration and development administration with reference to India.

Credit based credit system has been initiated and will be soon operational.

Change of subject in I Semester is permitted.

During Ph.D course work students from other institutions are enrolled in the department.

Teachers from other institution are invited to the department for delivering lecture in the class of
M.phil/Ph.D course work.
10.
Number of teaching posts (sanctioned, filled and actual):
Sanctioned
(number)
Male
Professor
01
03
Associate Professors
02
-
Assistant Professors
03
Guest Faculty
11.
Filled (number)
Female
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
Male
Female
03
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
3
-
-
Specialization
Years
Faculty profile:
Name
Qualification
Designation
No. of Ph.D./ M.Phil.
students guided in last
four years
Prof. R.D. Bhardwaj
Ph.D.
Professor
International
26
04/50
25
04/50
25
04/50
11
-
09
-
10
-
01
-
Relation
Prof. Ram Shankar
D.Phil
Professor
Indian Political
System
Prof. Vivek Mishra
Ph.D
Professor
Human Rights &
Int. Relation
Dr. Poornima
Ph.D.
Guest Faculty
Sharma
Dr. Pravesh Pandey
Indian Political
Thought
Ph.D.
Guest Faculty
International
Relation
Dr. Taruna Rathore
Ph.D.
Guest Faculty
International
Relation
Dr. Preeti Yadav
Ph.D.
Guest Faculty
Indian Political
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12.
List of senior Visiting Fellows, Adjunct Faculty and Emeritus Professors:

Prof. R.R. Jha (BHU)

Prof. R.S. Tomar (Kashi Vidyapeeth)

Prof. Gopal Sharma (Vikram University)

Prof. D.G.A. Khan (BHU)

Prof. V.K. Rai (Allahbad university)

Prof. Y.C. Simhadri (Institute for parliamentary studies)

Prof. V.K. Arora (Retd). (Rajasthan university)

Prof. R.P. Gautam (Sagar university)
13.
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty –programme-wise information: 50%
14.
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Programme
Total no. of
Total no. of faculty
Ratio of teachers
% of workload taken by
students
engaged
to students
temporary faculty
M.A.
54
04
1:14
60%
M.Phil.
30
02
1:15
0%
P.G.
20
06
1:5
50%
Diploma
15.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual:
Academic Support Staff
Sanctioned (number)
Filled (number)
Male
Administrative
02
Female
02
16.
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects: None
18.
List details of completed projects under following heads:
Year
Faculty member
Actual (number)
Title of project
Male
Female
02
-
: Nil
Funding
Outlay, Lakh
agency
2010
Prof. R. Shankar
Study of Socio-Political attitude in M.P
UGC/CSDS
2.5
2011
Dr.Poornima Sharma
Women Empowerment in Corporations
UGC
0.75
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Dr. Poornima Sharma
Contribution of Princely states in
Swadhinta
freedom struggle in M.P
Fellowship
1.00
(M.P Govt.)
19.
List recognitions such as UGC-SAP, CAS, Department with Potential for Excellence,
DST, FIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc.: None
20.
List Research facility:
The Department has a library with reference and text books;the Department also has a section in the
library that documents and has a copy of all MPhil dissertations as well as a copy of all Projects
submitted to the Department by research scholars and students. The Department has internet facility via
LAN. .
21.
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies:
None
22.
Publications
Publications in peer reviewed journals:
1.
R.D. Bhardwaj, Terror & Violence in Indian Society and Polity (2009) Rachna, Vol. 77
2.
R.D. Bhardwaj, Globalization, Liberation& Poverty (2009) Journal of Asia for Democracy &
Development, Vol X(1)
3.
R.D. Bhardwaj, Contemporary Socio-political trends and future of Indian democracy (2010) Rachna,
Vol. 82
4.
R.D. Bhardwaj, Diplomatic visit of Barak Obama (2010) Rachna, Vol 87
5.
R.D. Bhardwaj, Education& culture with specific reference to globalization (2012) Rachna, Vol. 96
6.
R.D. Bhardwaj, Globalization& emerging order (2012) VIBGYOR, Vol.1.No.1
7.
R.D. Bhardwaj, Ambedkar and social justice: Structrual & functional understanding (2013) Review of
politics, Vol XXI No.1
8.
Ram Shankar, M.P overriding the contours of anti-incumbency (2009) Economic & Political Weekly,
Vol. XLIV
9.
Ram Shankar, M.P: Congress makes unexpected gains (2009) Economic & Political Weekly, Vol. XLIV
(Sep)
10. Poornima Sharma, M.P ki Riyaston ka Bhartiya andolan mein yogdan (2011) Research Journal of Social
& life sciences, Vol. X
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11. Poornima Sharma, Madhya prant aivam barar mein loktantrik pratikirya ki sthapna aivam congress ki
gutwadi rajniti (2013) Research Journal of Social & life sciences, Vol. XIV
12. Poornima Sharma, Research Journal of Social & life sciences
13. Taruna Rathore, Human right and right to unborn (2011) Research Journal of Social & life sciences,
Vol. X(June)
14. Taruna Rathore, Myth about peace in houses (2011) Deliberative Research, Vol. X (Apr-June)
15. Taruna Rathore, Conflict is reality in South Asia (2011) Deliberative Research, Vol. XII (Oct-Dec)
16. Taruna Rathore, Globalization & Nationalism (2012) Deliberative Research, Vol. XII (June)
17. Taruna Rathore, Changing Dimensions of Human Rights: A Historical perspective (2012) Research
Journal of Social & life sciences, Vol. XII (June)
18. Taruna Rathore, Leadership in Tribal Area & Development : Awareness of leaders towards development
(2012) Research Journal of Social & life sciences, Vol. XIII (Dec)
19. Pravesh Pandey, Vishwa Vyapar Sangthan Or Bhartiya Krishi (2011) Samaj Vigyan Sodh Patrika,
Vol.1,Part-II XIV,
20. Pravesh Pandey, Bharat Me Gareebi Ki Awdharna” Ak Bishleshad (2013) Shrinkhala, Vol.2,Issue-6Sep21. Pravesh Pandey, Bharat mein shiksha, rajneeti aur vikas ke badlte aayaam (2011) Shodh samiksha aur
mulyankan, Vol-II (Nov-Jan)
22. Pravesh Pandey, Vishwa Vyapar Sangthan aur Bharat (2009) Shodh samiksha aur mulyankan, Vol-III
(Apr-May)
23. Pravesh Pandey, Soochna ke adikar ka vyavharik parichalan (2009) Shodh samiksha aur mulyankan,
Vol-III (Apr-May)
24. Pravesh Pandey, Samajik nayay ki avdharna:Dr. Ambedkar ke paripreksh mein (2009) A Journal of Asia
for Democracy and Development, Vol. IX (1)
Chapters in Books
1.
R.D. Bharadwaj, Problem of Terrorism in India, in Various Dimensions of Terrorism, ed. Wasnik, K,
2011
2.
R.D. Bharadwaj, Education & culture in emerging scenario of globalization, in Globalization and
education, by Ram Gopal Singh, 2013
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3.
R.D. Bharadwaj, Vivekananda, Sukarno& Indonesia: Nation building, in Motivator Swami Vivekanand,
by Govind Prasad Sharma, 2013
4.
Poornima Sharma, Pravaran Sanrakshan: Rashtriya Aivam Anthrashtriya Aayaam, in Paryavaran
Sanrakshan, ed. Dr. Akhilesh Shukla, 2011
5.
Poornima Sharma, Mahila Sashaktikaran Kal aaj aur kal, in Bhartiya Naari Kal AurAaj, ed. Dr. Akhilesh
Shukla,2012
6.
Poornima Sharma, The Origin and Evolution of Human Rights, in Human Rights & Human Welfare, ed.
Dr. Astha Bhanot, 2013
7.
Taruna Rathore, Significance of Article 21 & Human Rights Jurisprudence, in Human Rights& Human
Welfare, ed. Dr Astha Bhanot, 2013
8.
Pravesh Pandey, M.P ki janjatiyon mein vikas aur netratva, in Janjatiya Paridrishya, ed.Lokesh
Shrivastava, 2009
23.
Details of patents and income generated: None
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated:
The Department in collaboration with CSDS,Delhi, conducts Election Studies,Exit Pollsand
State of the Nation Studies along with CNN-IBN.
25.
Faculty
selected
nationally/internationally
to
visit
other
laboratories/
Institutions/industries in India and abroad:
Prof. R.D. Bhardwaj, joined Makhanlal Chaturvedi University (M. P. Government) as Rector for three
years.
26.
Faculty serving in
Editorial Boards
02
any other (please specify)
27.
02 National Committees
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher/orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs): Yes
Academic Staff Development Programmes
Refresher courses
Name of faculty
Dr. Poornima Sharma,
Period
2010-2011
Dr. Pravesh Pandey
Summer / Winter schools, workshops, etc.
Dr. Poornima Sharma,
2010-2011,2013
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Dr. Pravesh Pandey
Dr Taruna Rathore
Other criteria of faculty recharging strategies:
Activity
Name of faculty
Invitation as resource persons in Workshops / Seminars /
Conferences
organized
by
external
Prof. Ram shankar
professional
Period
2009,2010,
2011,2012,
2013
agencies?
Have teaching experience in other universities / national
Prof. R.D Bhardwaj
institutions and other institutions?
Prof.Ram Shankar
2009,2010,2011,2012,2013-
Prof. Vivek Misra
Have other professional experience
Prof. R.D Bhardwaj
2009,2010,2011,2012,2013-
Prof.Ram Shankar
Prof. Vivek Misra
28.
Number of student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies
(agency names):

Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including interdepartmental projects:
M.Phil 100%

Percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with other universities/Industry/institute:
M.A. 100%

From the year 2008, project work was introduced in the PG syllabus, under this provision; every
student works as intern with some industry or institute for some time and submits report. This
report is evaluated by external and internal examiners and the scores are added for the student's
overall assessment.
29.
Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level:
Name of the
Nature of Awards/ national/
Bestowing
professional bodies
international recognitions
Organization
Swadinta Fellowship
Swaraj Sansthan
Faculty member
Dr. Poornima Sharma
Doctoral student
Year
2011-2012
Sanchanlaya(M.P.Govt.)
U.G.C NET Fellowship,
U.G.C & Ministry of
Maulana Azad Fellowship-
Human Resources Govt
2009-2013
of India-
30.
Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national
international) with details of outstanding participants, if any
Seminars/ Conferences/
Wokshps/ Sensitizing
Year
Funding source
Name of one/two
(National/
eminent persons invited
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Programmes
International)
Seminar
2010
U.G.C.
Prof R.S. Tomar
Work Shop
2012
U.G.C.
Prof. Y.C. Simhadri
Work Shop
2013
U.G.C.
Dr. Gajbhaiye
No. of organizing academic development programmes for faculty aimed at enriching the teaching/
learning process in last four years (this includes participation in Refresher/Orientation programmes by
ASC)
Programmes on curriculum development, teaching-
Year
Funding
Name of one/two
source
eminent person invited
learning methods, examination reforms, content /
knowledge management, etc.
31.
32.
A.S.C
2010
U.G.C.
Prof. V.K. Arora
A.S.C
2011
U.G.C.
Prof. R.P. Gautam
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments

Research based on primary and secondary sources

Zero tolerance to plagiarism

Attendance registers for researchers

Open viva voce for Ph.D.

Student discussions.
Programme-wise demand ratio:
Programme
Applications
Selected
Received
33.
Demand ratio
(Current year)
Male
Female
Male
Female
PG
65
20
32
1:3.25
1:2
M.Phil.
37
22
08
1:1.68
1:4.6
Ph.D.
30
09
11
1:3.3
1:2.7
Diversity of students:
Programme
% of Students
% of Students from
% of Students from
% of Students
from the same
other Universities
Universities outside
from other
University
within the State
the State
Countries
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
M.A.
4%
96%
-
-
00%
02%
00
00
M.Phil.
5%
53%
20%
2%
20%
00
00
00
Ph.D.
14%
60%
15%
05%
06%
00
00
00
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34.
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise (last four
years)?
Examination
Applied (no.)
(Female in brackets)
ST
SC
OBC
Gen
Qualified (no.)
Percentage
(Female in brackets)
(Female in brackets)
ST
01
SC
UGC-CSIR NET
09
10
05
15
01
Central/ State
10
20
20
25
01
Defense Entrance
04
03
06
10
01
Civil Services
20
25
35
30
OBC
01
Gen
(01)
ST
11
SC
10
OBC
20
Gen
(7)
5
Services
35.
34
10
01
4
Number
% against enrolled
PG to M.Phil.
60
60%
PG to Ph.D.
10
03%
Student progression:
Student Progression
36.
01
Diversity of staff:
% of faculty from
% of faculty from other
% of faculty from
% of faculty from other
the Same university
universities
Universities outside the State
countries
within the State
67%
37.
42%
28.5%
00
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period: None.
38.
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities:
The department has five class rooms and a library. The number of computers available to students and
faculty members is three; the computer: student ratio being 1:3. Internet facility is also available in the
department.
39.
List of post-doctoral, doctoral students and Research Associates (current academic year)
a) From the host institution/university:
70
b) From other institutions/universities:
15
40.
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University: 107
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s):
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Revision of existing programmes for postgraduation and master of philosophy, and introduction of
course work at doctoral level was guided by the recent advances that have come in the literature. Such
exercise was also based on feedback from students and placement agencies. All revisions were effected
through discussion in Board of Studies.
42.
Does the department obtain students’ feedback: Yes
The department utilizes the feedback to improve teaching, evaluation and research.
43.
44.
List the distinguished alumni of the department:

Dr. Taruna Rathore

Dr. Pravesh Pandey

Dr.Vishwas Patel

Dr. Jalaj Gontiya

Dr. Ashok Nayak

Dr. Rev. Father Davis George

Dr. Anand Mohan Dwivedi

Dr. Anurag bardhan Pandey

Dr. Akhileshmani Tripathi

Mr. Gajendra Singh
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts:
The department organizes special lectures on topics of significance, and workshops on research
methodology.
Course-wise no. of
Special lectures/
No. of external experts
Total working hours
students
Workshops / Seminar
involved
utilized
participated
40 Avg.
45.
46.
Sp. Lecture
10
Avg-1.5 Hrs
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes:
Teaching/ training
Course-wise no. of
Gadgets used
% of total work load as per
methods
students
(if any)
time table
Lecture and interaction
40 Avg.
Power Point
50%
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?

Periodic interaction with students/teachers.

Departmental committees.
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
Regular monitoring of attendance.

Regular addressing of students'/parents' grievances.

Feedback on teachers, curriculum and programmes.

Result committees.

Refresher courses.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities:
Extension Centers (If any): Yes

A.S.C., C.S.D.S., Ambedkar Studies Center, Remedial Coaching for ST/SC.
Extension programmes organized by NSS, NCC, YRC and other national and international programmes.

Number of extracurricular/co-curricular activities organized in collaboration with other
agencies/NGOs (such as Rotary/Lion’s etc.) on Campus: Nil.

Number of NCC Cadets/units; Number of NSS Volunteers/units: Nil

Extension activity department as a unit (paid or honorary) – by introduction of sensitizing
programmes on Institutional Social Responsibilities, social surveys, research or extension work to
ensure social justice and empower the underprivileged and the most vulnerable sections off society,
special recognition received from such programmes etc. : 50
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department: Conduct of
electoral studies, conduct of refresh courses, workshops, seminars and interface sessions.
49.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If
yes, give details: No
50.
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied: The department has made tremendous contribution in the field of electoral studies.
Human rights and Chinese studies.
51.
Detail major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department.
Strength

Academic potential of faculty.

Largest intake of students in Social Science faculty.

Attracting students from all over the country especially massive influx from J&K.

Very healthy component from SC/ST and women category.

Department ideally suited to coordinate inter disciplinary programmes.
Weakness
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Lack of space.

Lack of permanent faculty.

No financial autonomy.

Red Tapeism

Slow pace of e-governance development.
Opportunities

Being situated in the tribal heartland of the country there is great scope for initiation and spread of
social justice/knowledge revolution.
Challenges

52.
Financial autonomy is a great challenge.
Future plans of the Department:

Starting PG Course in Public Administration.

Starting PG Diploma in Human Rights.

Development of Centre for Electoral Studies, etc.
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Evaluative Report of Department of P. G. Studies and Research in
Sanskrit, Pali and Prakrit
1.
Name of the Department : Department of P.G. Studies and Research in Sanskrit, Pali and Prakrit.
2.
Year of establishment
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Arts
4.
Names of programmes offered
: 1960
Course/programme
Degree awarded
Post Graduation
M.A. Sanskrit
Research
M. Phil. Sanskrit
Pre. Ph.D. Sanskrit
Ph.D. Sanskrit
5.
Subject combinations
Veda Sahitya and Sahitya Shastra, and
Vedanga,kalidas and Rajshekhar
Sahitya and Sahitya Shastra And Research
methodology and Dissertation
Veda,Purana,Darshan Sahitya and Sahitya
Shastra, And Research methodology
Different areas of Sanskrit Literature,
Paryavaran, ApdaPrabandan & Manuscripts
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved
:
Advance Level workshop on Manuscript & Paleography sponsored by N.M.M. New Delhi Duration 45
Days -
8 Feb. to 24 March 2011. The department has collaboration with philosophy department,
ancient history, Hindi and library science.
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc:
None
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons: None
8.
Examination System: Annual/Semester/Trimester/Choice Based Credit System Semester system
9.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments M.Phil in English in the field of Sanskrit and Poetics
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10.
Number of teaching posts sanctioned, filled and actual (Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors/others):
Filled (number)
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
Sanctioned
(number)
Male
Professor
Associate
Professors
Assistant
Professors
Guest Faculty
11.
Female
Male
Female
01
02
00
02
00
03
00
00
00
00
05
00
00
00
00
3
1
2
Faculty profile
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
No. of years of
experience
Professor
Kavya, Kavya
28
No.
of
Ph.D./M.Philstuden
ts guided in last
four years
Permanent Faculty
Dr.
M.A., Ph.d
K.N.
shastra
Shukla
paryavaran
Dr.
M.A., Ph.d
Professor
&
Kavya, Kavya
R.P.
shastra,
Mishra
Bhartiya
Ph.d.
11 M.Phil
26
27
Ph.d. 07 M.Phil
30
Darshan
Guest Faculty
Dr.Sad
hna
M.A., Ph.d
Guest
Bhartiya
Lecturer
Darshan
12
Nil
Jansari
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M.A., Ph.d
Dr.Shw
Guest
Kavya
06
Nil
Kavya
04 month
Nil
Lecturer
eta
Sarvate
M.A., Ph.d
Dr.
Guest
Lecturer
Hitesh
Choure
Other Categories
12.
Dr.
M.A.,
Postdoctoral
Kavya
Mamta
NET/JRF,
fellow
shastra
Gupta
Ph.d
12
Nil
&
paryavaran
List of Emeritus Professors / Adjunct Faculty / Visiting fellows?
Dr. Brajesh Shukla, Prof. Laucknow, University
Dr. Ramkishor Shastri, Prof. Allahabad, University
Dr. Chhetravasi Panda, Prof. Barkatullah, University Bhopal
Dr. Radhaballabh Tripathi, VC. Akhil Bhartiya Sanskrit sansthan, New Delhi
Dr. Mithila Prasad Tripathi, VC. Maharshi Panini Sanskrit, University Ujjain
Dr. Brij Bihari Choube, Prof. Gorakhpur, University, Gorakhpur
Dr. Rajendra Prasad Chturvedi, Prof. T.R.S. College, Rewa, University
13.
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty –programme-wise information:
MA Sanskrit- 60
M.Phil. Sanskrit – 40
14.
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Programme
Total
no.
students
of
Total
no.
2012-2014
of
faculty engaged
Ratio of
teachers to
students
%
of
workload
taken by temporary
faculty
MA
15
02
1: 7.5
60
M.Phil.
22
02
1:11.5
40
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15.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned,
filled and actual:
Sanctioned
(number)
Office Staff
Staff for Publication cell
16.
-
Filled (number)
Actual
Male
Female
Male
Female
02
01
-
-
02
-
-
-
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies
:
Kavya, Kavya Shastra Paryavaran & Apda Prabandan Manuscripts - major funding agency- UGC
& National Manuscript Mission, New Delhi
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects
18.
List details of completed projects under following heads:
19.
List recognitions such as UGC-SAP, CAS, Department with Potential for Excellence, DST-
: None
None
FIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc. with total grant received: None
Programme
UGC-SAP
20.
Title
of
the
Year
of
Name
of
Total
Two
significant
programme and ref.
sanction
the
financial
outcomes
no.
and
funding
outlay of the
breakthroughs
duration
agency
programme
achieved
UGC
16.50 lac
Preservation,
&
or
Editing,
1993
Preservation,
duration
conservation
of
conservation &
Three years
Manuscripts
&
Lamination of
Editing
of
Manuscripts
Manuscripts
rare
List Research facility
State recognition – Sanskrit Deptt. R.D.V.V., Jabalpur
List of Guides 1.
Dr. K.N. Shukla, Professor & Head, Sanskrit Dept. R.D.V.V., Jabalpur
2.
Dr. R.P. Mihhra, Professor, Sanskrit Dept. R.D.V.V., Jabalpur
3.
Dr. Mala Pyasi, Associate Professor, Gov. Mahakoshal Auto. College, Jabalpur
4.
Dr. R.B. Dwivedi, Retd. Professor, Sanskrit Dept. R.D.V.V., Jabalpur
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5.
Dr. Rajendra Trivedi, Retd. Professor, Sanskrit Dept. R.D.V.V., Jabalpur
6.
Dr. V.M. Tripathi, Retd. Professor, Sanskrit Dept. R.D.V.V., Jabalpur
7.
Dr. Ila Ghosh, Retd. Principal, Gov. Tilak College, Katni
8.
Dr. R.L. Tripathi, Retd. Principal, Navambey College, Jabalpur
Special research laboratories sponsored by/created by industry or corporate bodies:
None
22.
Publications
a.
:
-
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international)
Please append a list of only peer reviewed papers per faculty member in scholarly journals in
following format (last four years) in chronological order
Authors’
Title of the paper
Journal’s name
names
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2013
89-90
2013
14-23
2011
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b.
Monographs -
c.
Chapters in Books -
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Authors’ names
Title of the Book
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2010
d. Books edited –
year
MkW-
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Co-Edited
:
(i)
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(ii)
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– 2000
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d. Books edited –
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Edited
Co-Edited
:
(i)
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(i)
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(ii)
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e. Books with ISBN with details of publishers:
MkW(i)
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Delhi –2002
(ii)
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(New Bharatiya Book Carporation, New Delhi – 2002)
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23.
Details of patents and income generated
-None
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated
-
Madhya Pradesh Kalidas Sanskrit Akadami Ujjain is Co-organizer & is Co-funding agency in Rajshekhar Samaroh
which is held annually.
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25.
Faculty selected nationally / internationally to visit other laboratories / institutions /
industries in India and abroad
Name
of
Laboratory/
Capacity
Period of visit
Nature
of
Fellowship/
the faculty
Institutions/
Assistantship/
member
Industries visited
assistance received
other
financial
National :
Dr. K.N.
UGC, Academic
Resource
Two Lecture
Shukla
Staff College,
person
per course
-
Jabalpur
26.
Faculty serving in
a) National committees
b) International committees
c) Editorial Boards
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27.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs,
workshops, training programs and similar programs)
Academic Staff Development
Name of faculty
Period details
Summer / Winter schools, workshops,
Dr. K.N. Shukla/ 45 days workshop
8-2-2011 to 24-3-
etc. (as convener)
on
2011
Programmes
'Manu scriptology'
Others (Induction etc.)
Other criteria of faculty recharging strategies
Activity
Name of faculty
Invited as resource persons in Workshops / Seminars /
Conferences organized by external professional
Period
8-2-2011 to 24-
Dr. K.N. Shukla
3-2011(45 days
Dr. R.P. Mishra
8-2-2011
agencies?
workshop on
1. 'Manu scriptology' as convener
to
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24-3-2011
2. 'Manu scriptology' as Resource person
(45
days
workshop)
Presentation of papers in Workshops/Seminars/
Dr. K.N. Shukla
Conferences conducted or recognized by professional
No. 65
agencies?
Dr. R.P. Mishra
No. 14
28.
Number of student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies
(Agency names): None
29.
Awards / national/ international recognitions of professional bodies and agencies received
by faculty members, doctoral/ postdoctoral fellows and students during the last four
years:
Name
of
the
Nature of Awards/ national/ international
Bestowing
Month
recognitions of professional bodies
Organization
year
and
of
recognition
Faculty
Dr. K.N. Shukla - Bharatiya jnan jyoti Award
New Delhi
2006
Dr. R.K. Mishra – Shiksha Martand Samman,
Navambey
2002
member
College,
Jabalpur
Name of the
Name of fellowship
Bestowing
Month
Organization
year
and
of
recognition
Postdoctoral
UGC
2012
fellows
1 Dr. Mamta
Gupta
Doctoral
1.
Veerendra
Chandel,
Rajeev
Gandhi,
UGC New
2010
Delhi
2010
fellowship
student
2.
Chetsingh Choudhary Rajeev Gandhi ,
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fellowship
Students
(M.Phil)
3.
Padam Bhilave Rajeev Gandhi , fellowship
4.
Shikha Jharia Rajeev Gandhi , fellowship
UGC
2010
5.
Tarannum Khan, Maulana Ajad , fellowship
UGC
2011
6.
Dilip Kumar Jharia - Rajeev Gandhi ,
UGC
2011
fellowship
UGC
2013
UGC
2011
UGC
2013
1. Daulat Ram Jharia - Rajeev Gandhi
fellowship
2. Pushpa Udde- Rajeev Gandhi,
fellowship
30.
Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops /sensitizing programmes organized and the source of
Funding (national / international) with details of some eminent persons invited
Seminars/
Period
Conferences/Workshops
Funding source (National/
Name of one/two eminent
International)
person invited
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31.
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments
:
Departmental Seminar is necessary for research students, Open viva is conducted
Number of students admitted in university departments in the last four academic years
Categories
32.
Year 1(2010-11)
Year 2 (2011-12)
Year 3 (2012-13)
Year 4 (2013-14)
Male
Male
Male
Male
Female
Female
Female
SC
03
04
-
-
-
03
02
01
ST
03
01
02
02
01
01
01
01
OBC
05
04
01
Nil
05
07
03
05
General
10
05
06
02
05
04
06
05
Programme-wise demand ratio
Name of the
Applications
Selected (Current
Programme
Received
year)
Male
33.
Female
Female
Demand ratio
Male
Female
PG
07
03
03
75%
100%
M.Phil.
05
02
02
66%
100%
Ph.D.
35
15
07
65%
58%
Diversity of students
Name of the
% of
% of students
% of students
% of
Programme
students
from other
from
students
(Separately
from the
universities
universities
from
for UG, PG,
same
within the
outside the
other
university
State
State
countries
M.Phil.,
Ph.D.,
D.Sc.,
D.Litt., etc.)
Male
PG
80
Fem
ale
82
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Nil
Nil
20
18
Nil
Female
Nil
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34.
M.Phil
72
79
8
13
20
8
Nil
Nil
Ph.D
90
81
3
6
7
13
Nil
Nil
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations,
NET, SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise (last
four years)?
Examina
tion
Central/
Applied (no.) (Female in
brackets)
Qualified (no.) (Female in
brackets)
Percentage (Female in
brackets)
ST
SC
OBC
Gen
ST
SC
OBC
Gen
ST
SC
OBC
Gen
08(5)
10(4)
12(6)
10(4)
06(3)
07(3)
07(2)
08(3)
75%
70%
58%
80%
60%
75%
33%
75%
State
Services
35.
Student progression
Student Progression
Number
%
against
enrolled
36.
PG to M.Phil.
19
55
M.Phil. to Ph.D.
27
70
Diversity of staff
% of faculty from the
% of faculty from
% of faculty from
% of faculty from
Same university
other universities
Universities
other countries
within the State
the State
67
37.
-
outside
33
-
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period: None
38.
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities as Y/N with regard to
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Department has a 04 classrooms. Departments also maintain a separate library that has
over
400
titles of graduate/reference books, and back volumes of journals. The department offers Internet
facilities for staff and students
39.
List of doctoral, post-doctoral students and Research Associates
:
a) From the host institution/university
Doctoral Students
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Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University
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None
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s)? If so, highlight the methodology:
According to the opinion of subject experts and student’s feedback obtained on various Issues.
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from
I.
Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the dep
artment utilize the feedback? :
Yes, from faculty for making Syllabus & Departmental policies
J.
Students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does
the
department utilize the feedback? :
Yes, the department utilizes the feedback for adopting new teaching methods and also evaluation
K. Alumni and employers on the programmes offered and how does the department utilize the
feedback? :
43.
44.
Yes, the department also obtains feedback from its alumni.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)
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Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years) :
Course-wise no. of
Special
lectures
/
students
workshops / seminar
No.
of
external
experts involved
Total
working
hours
utilized
participated
M.A- 13
Seminars
15
Three days/yearly
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Pre. M.Phil & Pre.
Seminars
02
Three days/yearly
Seminars
02
Three days/yearly
Ph.D – 30
M.Phil – 43
45.
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes:
Teaching/ training methods
46.
Course-wise no. of
Gadgets used (if
% of total work load as
students
any)
per time table
Lectures/Library activities
M.A.
-
90 /10
Lectures/Seminars/Research
M.Phil
-
60%/10%/30%
Seminars/Research
activities
Ph.D
-
20%/50%/30%
Library
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored? : No
47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities
Debate, Panting, Sloka Paath Competition & Panting exhibition per year in Rajshekhar Samaroh
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department New technologies deployed by the department in enhancing student learning and evaluation during the
last four years.
Practices to encourage and monitor graduate aptitudes (academic abilities, personal qualities and
transferable skills among students) – with some examples
(Briefly mention specific examples as to how these linkages can be promote)
* Curriculum development: Guest Lectures & Seminars
* Internship
* On-the-job training:
Extra Classes for NET and PSC etc
* Faculty exchange and development
* Research:
Yes
* Publication:
Yes
* Consultancy
* Extension
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* Student placement - kindly refer point no 34
49.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If
yes, give details: - Nil
50.
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge,
Basic or applied.
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Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department.
Strengths
:
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1-
52.
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Evaluative Report of Department of P. G. Studies and Research in
Sociology
1.
Name of the Department
2.
Year of establishment : 1960
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Social Science
4.
Names of programmes offered
Course/
Degree
programme
awarded
P.G.
M.A.
Sociology
P.G. Social
work
M.S.W.
: Department of P.G. Studies and Research in Sociology
Subject combinations

Sociological Theories.

Social Research (with Statistics).

Soc. Essay.

Rural Society in India.

Urban Society in India.

Indian Society.

Soc. Of Kinship, Marriage and Family.

Sociology of Change and Development.

Having combinations with Industrial Sociology.

Criminology.

Social Demography.

Social Work Introduction.

Social Problems.

Hum. Growth and Development.

Abnormal and Social psychology.

Process of Social Work.

Research Methods with Statistics.

Social Welfare policies, Admn. and legislation.

Development and planning.

Having combinations with-

Industrial Sociology Labour legislation Welfare.

Rural community development.

Urban community development.

Industrial Relation and Labour Organization.
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3. M. Phil –
M.phil

Personal management and Industrial psychology.

Group discussion and study tour.

Observation Report.

Community assessment.

Dissertation, Field Work Specialization and viva-voice.

Pre M. Phil Course Work with Research Methodology and Computer awareness
components
Sociology
First Semester
Research Methodology in Sociology.

Contemporary Sociological Perspectives.

Sociology of Change and Development.

Second Semester- Dissertation and Viva-voce (Conducted as per New UGC
Guideline)
4. M. Phil –
M.phil

Pre M. Phil Course Work with Research Methodology and Computer awareness
components.
Social Work
First Semester-
Ph.D –
Ph.D
Sociology
D. Litt. -

Research Methodology in Social Work.

Social policy and Welfare.

Human Resource and Social Development

Rural Society

Urban Society

Tribal Society

Social Problems and Development

Gender Studies

Gerontology

Area studies

Sociology of Health and Medicine

Rehabilitation

Dalit Studies
D. Litt
-do-
Sociology
Ph.D – Social
Ph.D

Various Problem ( HIV/ AIDS, Reproductive Health, Juvenile Delinquency,
Malnutrition, Adolescent Population, Rehabilitation and Social Work Intervention)
Work
During the last four years, how many new programmes at UG and PG levels were introduced? Give
details:-
:Nil
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5.
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved:
 Political Science at P.G. level
 Law at M.S.W. level
 Economics at P.G. level
 Management Study at M.A. and M.S.W. level
 Psychology at M.S.W. level
 Tribal Study at M.S.W. and M.A. Level
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions etc:
 University – Ph. D. Level –
1. Patna University
2. LNM University Darbhanga, Bihar
3. TMB University Bhagalpur Bihar
4. B R University Muzaffarpur Bihar
5. K.S. University, Bihar
6. Magadh University Bodhgaya Bih.
7. B.H.U. Varanasi U. P.
8. A.M.U. Aligarh U.P.
9.
10. Agra University U.P.
Lucknow University U.P.
11. Meerut University U.P.
12.Ruhelkhand Univ. Bareilly U.P.
13. Bundelkhand University Jhansi U.P.
14. Allahabad University U.P.
15. Purvanchal University Jounpur U.P.
16. M.G.K.V. Varanasi U.P.
17.R.M.L. University Faizabad U.P.
18. U.P.R.T. Open University U.P.
19. Kanpur University, Kanpur U.P.
20. Kumanu University Nainital U.K.
21.H.M.B. Central University Shrinagar U.K.
22.Dr. H.S. Gour Central Uni. Sagar
23. D.A.B.V. Indore M.P.
24.VikramUniversity Ujjain M.P.
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25. B.U. Bhopal M.P.
26. A.P.S. UniversityRewa M.P.
27. JiwajiUniversity Gwalior M.P.
28.GG Central UniversityBilaspur C.G.
29. Pt. R.S. University Raipur C.G.
30.SambalpurUniversity,Odisha
31. UtkalUniversityBhuvneshwarOdisha
32.B.R. University, Aurangabad, M.H.
33. Hindi VidyapeethWardha M.H.
34. R.T.M. University, Nagpur, M.H.
35. Madurai University,Tamilnadu
36. Kerala University, Thiruvananthapur
37. Jammu University, Jammu, J.&K.
38. Chandigarh University, Chandigarh
39. G.N.D. University Amritsar, Panjab
40.Osmania University Hyderabad A.P.
41. S.K.D. University Anantpur, A.P.
42. Kota University, Kota, Rajasthan
43. Jaipur University, Jaipur ,Rajasthan
44. Jodhpur University, Jodhpur,
45. Bikaner University, Bikaner, Rajasthan
 Industries – P.G. Level –
1. GCF Jabalpur
2. VFJ Jabalpur
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons : Nil
8.
Examination System: Annual/Semester/Trimester/Choice Based Credit System
 Semester at P.G. and M. Phil. Level
 CBC System in doing from next session
9.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments :
1. Department of Political Science
2. Department of Law
3. Department of Management Study
4. Department of Economics
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5. Department of psychology
6. Department of Tribal Study
No. of years
Name
QualifiCation Designation
Specialization
No. of Ph.D./
of experience M.Phil. students guided in
last four years
Prof. C.S.S.
Thakur
M.A.,
Professor
Change And
36 Years
Development Gender
Ph. D.
Ph.D. – 02
M. Phil. – 29
StudiesSociology of
Health
Prof. P. B.
Sengupta
M.A. Ph. D.,
Professor
Social Research
30Years
Sociology of
D. Litt
Ph.D. – 01
M. Phil. – 29
Organization
Prof. Prahlad
M.A., Ph. D
Professor
Mishra
Nation Building
30Years
Ph.D. – 01
M. Phil. – 29
Area Studies
Tribal Studies
Dr. Indu
M.A., Ph. D.
Guest Faculty
Thakur
Dr.
Rural Society
20 Years
Ph.D. – 02
Gender Studies
M.A., Ph. D.
Guest Faculty
Women Studies
15 Years
SuShilDubey
Social Pathology
Dr. Tripti
Majhi
M. Phil., Ph.D., Guest Faculty
Rural-Tribal Society
03 Years
NET
Mr.NeeleshSh M.S.W., NET
Guest Faculty
rivatav
Ms.
M.S.W., NET
Guest Faculty
RenukaLaria
Ms. PriyaSoni
Guest Faculty
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10.
Number of teaching posts sanctioned, filled and actual (Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors/others):
Filled (number)
Sanctioned
(number)
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Professor
02
01
-
03
-
Associate Professors
02
-
-
-
-
Assistant Professors
03
-
02
-
-
Number of additional teaching posts sanctioned and file
Sanctioned (number)
Guest Faculty
06
Filled (number)
Male
Female
02
04
11.
Faculty profile: Nil
12.
List of Emeritus Professors / Adjunct Faculty / Visiting fellows?
 Prof. V.K. Pant, KumaunUniversity Nainital, Uttrakhand
 Prof. A. N. Singh, M.G. KashiVidyapeeth Varanasi, UP
 Prof. A.K. Joshi BHU, Varanasi, UP
 Prof. D.S. Bist,Kumaun, University Nainital,Uttrakhand
 Prof. A.K. Shrivastav, Lucknow, U.P.
 Prof. U.N. Jha,Darbhanga, University, Bihar
 Prof. Sachhidanand, Patna, Bihar
 Prof. Z. Ahmad, Patna, Bihar
 Prof.AnandSinha, Patna, Bihar
 Prof. C. Uma Mohan, Anantpur. A.P.
 Prof. John Kattakkayam, Kerala
 Prof. N.K. Jha, Puducherry
 Prof.P.N. Pandey, B.H.U.
 Prof. A.L. Shrivastav, B.H.U.
 Prof. P.S. Pandey Gorakhpur
 Prof.SatyendraT,ripathi, B.H.U.
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 Prof. S. Singh, Lucknow
 Prof. A.K. Bharti, Lucknow
 Prof. S.K. Rajora, Kota
 Dr. S. Awachar, Aurangabad
 Prof. N.K. Shukla, Bhagalpur
 Prof.JugendraSahay Banaras
 Prof. C. Lakshamana, Hydrabad
 Prof.Rajeshwar Prasad, Agra
 Prof. S.V. Pandey, Agra
 Prof. D.R. Singh, Mumbai
 Prof. M.Z. Khan, Delhi
 Prof. N.K. Gourha, Sagar
 Prof. I.S. Chouhan, Bhopal
 Prof. S. Mohanthi, Sambalpur
 Prof. S. Sharma, Sagar
 Prof. D. Sharma, Sagar
 Prof. R.K. Saxena, Bikaner
 Prof.JyotiUpadhyay, Ujjain
 Prof. R.G. Yadav, Lucknow
 Prof. J.P. Pachori, Garhwal
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14.
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty
Programme
%of Class taken by temporary faculty
M.A. Sociology
50
M.S.W.
60
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Programme
Total no. of
Total no. of
Ratio of
% of workload taken
students
faculty engaged
teachers to
by temporary faculty
students
M.A. Sociology
12
06
1:2
50
M.S.W.
40
06
1:7
60
M. Phil (Sociology)
16
03
1:5
-
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03
M. Phil (Social Work)
15.
03
1:1
-
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual.
Academic Support Staff
Sanctioned (number)
03
Administrative
16.
Filled (number)
-
Actual (number)
Male
Female
Male
Female
02
01
02
01
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies:
 Sociology of Change and Development.
 Tribal Society.
 Child Labour
 Industry & Society
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects: Nil
18.
List details of completed projects under following heads:
S. No.
Year
Name of
Title of
Name of the
Project-wise
faculty
the project (faculty-wise)
funding
amount of the
agency
Grant
member
Research projects completed and grants received during the last four years (funded by National agencies)
1
2013
Dr.CSS
National Child Labour Survey
3
19.
2010
2012
2,000,00
Project – India
Thakur
2
National Child Labour
Dr. P.B.
Eco-culture Development in Pando
Sengupta
Tribe
Dr. P.B.
Women Empowerment Through
Sengupta
Leadership in PRI
U.G.C. New Delhi
1,000,00
ICSSR, New Delhi
1,00,000
List recognitions such as UGC-SAP, CAS, Department with Potential for Excellence, DSTFIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc. with total grant received
: Nil
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20.
List Research facility / centre with
:
 Computer Facility
 e-Library
 Library
 Internet Facility
21.
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies : Nil
22.
Publication and other details of faculty members:
Author’s
Title of the paper
Journal’s name
name
Page number
year
Vol. 2,
05 - 08
2012.
Vol. II,
22-32
2012.
Vol. 49/2,
83-91
2011.
Vol. 20,
50-58
2012.
Vol. 18,
157-163
2011.
Volume
(issue)
CSS Thakur VisthaapanEvamPunarvas
kaPrabhav; (In Hindi),
Radha Kamal Mukarji
,ChintanParampara, Bareilly,
ISSN 0974-0074,
PB
Research Fronts,
Sengupta
ISSN 2050-2653,
GraminVikasSamiksha,
ISSN 0972—5881,
Indu
 Linganupat:
Thakur
AadiwasiEvamMukhya
and
dharaSamajmaiVyaptVi
TriptiMajhi
SamajVaigyaniki, Rewa,
ISSN 0973-4201,
bhed; (In Hindi),
 JanjatiyaGraminSamaj
maiPrajnantathaBalSwa
SamajVaigyaniki, Rewa,
ISSN 0973-4201,
sthyame Dharma
kiBhumika; (In Hindi),
Chapters in Books
Author’s
names
Title of the paper
Publisher / Book Name
ISBN
Page number
year
Number
516
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
P. Mishra
Migration and Mobility in Ravat Publication, Jaipur, ISBN 978-81-
109-115,
2012.
252-272,
2011.
229-251,
2011.
101-103,
2010.
254-262,
2010.
22-24,
2009.
89-95,
2009.
316-0531-8,
an Eastern Uttar Pradesh
Village;

Vilfredo Pareto;
Hindi Granth Academy,
Bhopal,

Thorstein Veblen;
Hindi Granth Academy,
Bhopal,
S. Dubey
BhartiyaSamajmaiGhareluHins AmanPrakashan, Sagar, ISBN 978-93akeParivarikAayam,
80296-05-0,
“GhareluHinsaSamasyaaurSam
adhan” ;
Indu Thakur VaishvikarantathaPrajnanEvam Vijay Prakashan, Varanasi,
BalSwasthya;
and
ISBN
818611959-0,
TriptiMajhi
Indu Thakur
and
MahilaSasktikarnmaiSahayak Vijay Prakashan,Varanasi, ISBN 81Gender Budgeting ;
86119-36-1,
Dinesh K Singh
Indu Thakur
VaishvikaranEvam Sanchar
and
Madhyam se BhartiyaSamaj
M. Gupta
per Prabhav ;
AmanPrakashan, Sagar, ISBN 978-9380296-05-0,
Citation Index – range / average :
Name
23.
Citation Index –average
Prof. CSS Thakur
1
Prof. PB Sengupta
1
Prof. P. Mishra
1
Consultancy by faculty members individually and by the department as a unit in last four
years (paid or honorary)
Professor CSS Thakur Extended Consultancy ( Honorary ) to Institute Of Disaster Management , Bhopal, Ministry Of
Labour, Government Of Madhya Pradesh, National Child Labour Project, New Delhi , PHQ, Bhopal, M.P., with
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academic expertise. State and Local News Papers and Electronic Media Channels Offenly consult professor Thakur
For his comments and opinions on issues of Social Importance .
 Central/ State Government
:
Honorary
 Press and Publication
:
Honorary
 State Government
:
Honorary
 Statistical Demographic Technical Report on Child Labour Project - CSS Thakur (Director Honorary)
Advisory Expert – Research Journal – ISSN 0974-0074
:
(Honorary)
Research Journal – ISSN 0973-420
:
(Honorary)
Research Journal – ISSN 2347-2944
:
(Honorary)
24.
Faculty selected nationally / internationally to visit other laboratories/Institutions/
industries in India and abroad: Department has collaborations with
many
Universities
(Please see point 6)
25.
Faculty serving in :
a) National committees CSS Thakur:
 Central Board of Studies- Chhatisgarh
 External Member -BOS Vikram University
 External Member - RDC-CGV
 Advisory Expert : Research Journal – ISSN 0974-0074
Research Journal – ISSN 0973-420
Research Journal – ISSN 2347-2944
Research Journal – ISSN 2231-6159
b) International committees
:
Nil
c) Editorial Boards
:
CSS Thakur – Research Journal – ISSN 2320-6780
d) Any other (please specify)
:
Core member on Child labour Project
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26.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs)
Other criteria of faculty recharging strategies
:
Activity
Name of faculty
Period
Invitation as resource persons in Workshops / Seminars /
Prof. CSS Thahur
2009-2014
Conferences organized by external professional agencies?
Prof. PB Sengupta
2009-2014
Prof. P Mishra
2009-2014
Participation in external Workshops / Seminars / Conferences
Prof. CSS Thahur
2009-2014
recognized by national / international professional bodies?
Prof. PB Sengupta
2009-2014
Prof. P Mishra
2009-2014
Presentation of papers in Workshops / Seminars /
Dr. Indu Thakur (G.F.)
2009-2014
Conferences conducted or recognized by professional
Dr. TriptiMajhi (G.F.)
2009-2014
agencies?
27.
Number of student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies
(agency names)
 Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including interdepartmental
Projects : MSW and M. Phil. Students are doing in-house project -100%
 percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with other universities/Industry/institute: P.G.
(Sociology) – 100%
28.
Awards / national/ international recognitions of professional bodies and agencies received
by faculty members, doctoral/ postdoctoral fellows and students during the last four
years: None
29.
Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops /sensitizing programmes organized and the source of
funding (national / international) with details of some eminent persons invited:
Programmes on curriculum
Period
Fundingsource Name of one/two eminent person
development,
invited
teaching-learning methods, examination
reforms, content / knowledge
management, etc
Identification of General Class Poor and
Empowerment
2-3 April 2011
National
Prof. VK Pant, Kumaun
University, Nainital, U.K.
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Prof. S.K. Rajora, Kota,
Rajasthan.
Workshop Disaster Management
28-29 June 2011
State
Prof. AK Joshi, B.H.U.,
Varanasi, U.P.
Workshop Disaster Management
29 January 2014
State
George VJ, Dy. Director,
Disaster Management Institute,
Bhopal, M.P.
30.
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments: of students admitted in
university departments in the last four academic years
Department Follows a definite code of conduct and ethics for research program leading to Ph.D. and
D. Litt. Degrees for Ph. D. enrollment the process starts with Entrance Test (All India). Proper
exemption for NET/JRF/SLET candidates is made as per UGC regulation. One semester Course work is
essential for all. After clearing a theory paper examination and presentation of review of literature
candidate appears in RDC with a well developed synopsis and defend it before the RDC. After the
approval the candidate under supervision of a Guide pursues the research work with a definite
attendance at the center. The examination process is guided by the new Ph.D. ordinance. Plagiarism
The Department has a full proof mechanism against Plagiarism. All the students writing dissertation
are directed to submit all the filled copies of interview schedules and original copy of master chart along
with their dissertation, so that their interpretation and presentation of tables may be checked randomly.
This practice has completely checked the evil practice.
Number of students admitted in university departments in the last four academic years
Categories
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
SC
9
9
11
6
5
3
8
12
ST
2
3
4
3
4
5
3
3
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OBC
12
11
11
11
11
11
7
5
General
18
17
18
20
14
10
10
13
(Excluded Ph.D. Program)
31.
32.
Programme-wise demand ratio:
Name of the
Applications
Programme
Received
Selected
Demand ratio
(Current year)
Male
Female
Male
Female
PG
49
18
18
-
-
M. Phil.
37
6
13
-
-
Ph.D.
71
11
16
-
-
Diversity of students:
Name of the
% of students
% of students
% of students
Programme
from the same
from other
From universities
from other
university
universities within the
outside the State
countries
(Separately for
UG, PG,
% of students
State
M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
PG
11
3
3
3
1
-
-
-
M.phil
4
12
-
-
2
1
-
-
Ph.D
7
14
5
3
3
-
-
-
D. Sc.,
D. Litt., etc.)
33.
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise (last four
years):
Examination
Applied (no.) (Female in
Qualified (no.) (Female in
Percentage (Female in
brackets)
brackets)
brackets)
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SC
OBC
Gen
ST
SC
OBC
Gen
ST
SC
OBC
-
-
-
-
1F
1F
03
01F
-
-
-
-
Civil Services
-
-
-
-
01F
-
-
02M
-
-
-
-
Any other
-
-
-
-
-
-
01M
-
-
-
-
-
UGC-CSIR
Gen
NET
(specify)
34.
Student progression
:
Student Progression
Number
% against enrolled
PG to M.Phil.
16
100
PG to Ph.D.
4
25
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
04
100
08+01
25
44
70
Employed Campus selection (list the employers and the number
of companies who visited the campus during the last four years)
Other than campus recruitment
35.
Diversity of staff:
% of faculty from the
% of faculty from other
% of faculty from
% of faculty from
Same university
universities
Universities outside the
other countries
within the State
State
8
32
60
0
(including Guest Faculty )
36.
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period
: Yes
 Dr. Tripti Majhi Guest Faculty completed Ph.D. – 2010
37.
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities
 Library
:
Yes, 2000 + Books
 Internet facilities for staff and students
:
Yes , Free access
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 Total number of class rooms
:
03
Give details as Y/N of the departmental computing facilities; i.e.
 Hardware and software
:
03
 No. of systems with individual configurations
:
03
 Computer-student ratio
:
1:30
 Dedicated computing facilities
:
Yes
 LAN facility
:
Yes
 Number of nodes/ computers with internet facility
:
02
 LCD projectors
:
Yes
 OHP
:
Yes
 TV/VCP/Cable connection
:
Yes
:
Yes
 Online teaching and learning resources and other
Give details as Yes/No of the departmental other facilities:-
38.
List of post-doctoral,doctoralstudents and Research Associates:
a) From the host institution/university
No.
Doctoral Program
Post Doctoral Program
SOCIOLOGY
1.
Rupesh K. Jain ( JRF)
Dr. Dhruv Dixit
2.
JeetendraChoudhary (JRF)
Dr. GajananMishra
3.
Supriya Singh
Dr. PaidhaGiridhar
4.
Richa Singh
Dr. R. Yadav
5.
Bharat LalChourasia
Dr. PrakashSinha
6.
Pratiksha S Somwanshi- NET
Dr. ParveenKhatoon
7.
Pushplata Swami
8.
Neeta Thakur
9.
Dinesh Kumar Singh
10.
Pragya Sharma
11.
HirendraSanodia
12.
RajkumarSutrakar
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Devi Krishna Yadav
14.
AmitSahu
15.
Deepmala Singh
16.
NishaDubey
17.
Ashok Sirsam
18.
PrabhaPaharia
19.
Shailendra K. Sahu
20.
GulabBarghaiya
21.
Ms. G. Yogita
22.
M.S. Marko
23.
Ms. S. Shrivastav
24.
Manish Sukla
25.
RatnaSoni
26.
SubhankarBasu
27.
SubhashPandey
28.
AartiJharia
29.
GhanshyamGedam (RGF)
30.
NanditaVarma
31.
PragyaNema (JRF)
32.
RachnaPandey
33.
ReenaVasnik (RGF)
34.
Gangeshwari Thakur(RGF)-
35.
KusumKushwaha
36.
ChampaDhurvey - (RGF)
37.
Pratibha Sharma
38.
MsPratibha Sharma
39.
Anita Bai
40.
FarzanaBano
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Nirmal K Gedam
42.
Mashkoor A. lone
43.
Ruchi Singh
SOCIAL WORK
1.
Archana Singh
2.
Manoj K Patle - NET
3.
Nadia Ahad - NET
4.
Sourav Sharma
5.
TriptiChobey
6.
AvinashRai
7.
Anupama Gain
8.
RenukaLaria (NET)
9.
PallviKakode
10.
AnujPratap Singh
11.
Khurshid A. Malla
b) From other institutions/universities
No.
Doctoral Program
:Yes
Post Doctoral Program
SOCIOLOGY
1.
Reeta Devi
2.
LakshmanShukla
3.
S.B. Bhardwaj
4.
PoojaRai
5.
RafiaAbid
6.
P. Vivekanand
7.
Mridul K Sen
8.
Kishor K Tambhurne (RGF)
9.
Lamu Kashia
10.
Mini Agrawal
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11.
ShailendraVarma
12.
TarnnumSarwat
13.
Chhattar S Lodhi – NET
14.
Jagdish P Ahirwar
15.
Priyank Joshi
SOCIAL WORK
39.
1.
Ashok K Deharia
2.
Huda Faiz
3.
Ritu Singh
4.
Chhavi Kumar- JRF
5.
George V. J.
6.
Neelam Singh
7.
Pushpendra Singh – JRF
8.
AmitKhode
9.
Dharmendra K Jharia –NET
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistancefrom the University:Yes
 All SC, ST and OBC Students getting scholarship as per Government Rules. – Last Four Years
S. No.
Name of the Program
1.
Ph.D.
Detail of the Scholarship
Number of Students
UGC- JRF, Rajiv Gandhi
06
JRF,
Maulana Azad JRF
40.
2.
M. Phil.
Rajiv Gandhi JRF
04
3.
P.G.
State Government
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Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s)? If so, highlight the methodology: Yes
1.
Searching other Universities syllabi suiting the local need for adoption.
2.
Consulting senior faculty of other Universities.
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41.
Assessing the employability of the new programmes.
Does the department obtain feedback from: Yes
L. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the department
utilize the feedback: Yes
 In the regular meeting of Board of Studies in the Subjects feedback from University, colleges and
opted members seriously discuss the issue and proper modifications are made
M. Students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does the department
utilize the feedback: Yes
 Teachers are suggested to make refinements in style of deliberation.
N. Alumni and employers on the programmes offered and how does the department utilize the
feedback:
42.
Yes
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) University alumni
association:
1.
Mr. RameshwarNeekhra (Former M.P.)
2.
Prof. C Umamohan (Anantpur)
3.
Prof. S Mohanti (Sambalpur)
4.
Prof. J Kottakayam (Thirivantpuram)
5.
Prof. Sarswati Mishra (Jabalpur)
6.
Dr. PydaGiridhar (Hydrabad)
7.
Prof. D S Baghel (Rewa)
8.
Mej. Gen. P Vivekanand
9.
Dr. M S Parihar (Hosangabad)
10. Dr. G D Pandey (ICMR)
43.
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years):
Course-wise
Special lectures/ workshops /
no. of students
seminar
No. of external experts involved
Total working hours
utilized
participated
All Student of
Two day’s Workshop on Disaster
1. Mr. George V J (DMI)
12 Hours
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Commandant Home Guard JBP
Ph. D.
All Student of
Two day’s Workshop on Climate
PG, M. Phil. and Change Adaptation and
Ph. D.
2. Mr. Sirish Mishra (DMI) Sr.
Mr. Priyank Joshi
12 Hours
(WOTR)
Implementation (20-21 December
2012)
M. Phil. And Ph. Five Day’s Workshop on “Logical Mr. Priyank Joshi
D. Scholars
Framework Analysis (LFA)” (7-12
30 Hours
(WOTR)
January 2013)
All Student of
Three day’s Workshop on “Social
Mr. Jayant
18 Hours
PG and M. Phil., Issues and Problems” (Jan 2013)
Ph. D.
All Student of
One Day Workshop on “Disaster
PG and M. Phil. Management” (29 January 2014)
1. Mr. George V J (DMI)
6 Hours
2. Sr. Fire Officer JMC
(Also five
3. Sr. commandant, Home Guard
students from
Colleges of
Seoni)
44.
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes:
Teaching/ training methods
Course-wise no. of
students
any)
table
All
OHP
100
All MSW Students
-
10
Lecture and Interaction
Field Orientation/Institutional
Gadgets used (if % of total workload as per time
Visits
45.
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored: Yes
 Periodic Interaction with Students and Teachers.
 Regular Monitoring of Attendance.
 Internal Assessment
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Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities: Yes
 The Department is organizing extension activities regularly in rural and semi tribal areas. The
department is also organizing free medical checkup and medicine distribution camp in
rehabilitated basties. The Department also organizes field visits in collaboration with NGOs in
other states also and interact with local people.
Extension and Training Activities 2013-14 Sessions
a.
Extension Centers (If any) : Academic Staff College.
b.
Extension programmes organized by NSS, NCC, YRC and other national and international programmes: NSs
c.
Number of extracurricular/co-curricular activities organized in collaboration with other agencies/NGOs(such
as Rotary/Lion’s etc.) on Campus
:
04
d.
Number of NCC Cadets/units; Number of NSS Volunteers/units
:
02 Volunteers
e.
Extension activity department as a unit (paid or honorary) – Introduction of sensitizing programmeson Institutional
Social Responsibilities, social surveys, research or extension work to ensure social justice and empower
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the underprivileged and the most vulnerable sections off society, special recognition received from such
programmes etc.
 MSW Students regularly organized Group Work and Community Organization in Rural Areas.
47.
Student placement:
Practices to encourage and monitor graduate aptitudes (academic abilities, personal qualities and
transferable skills among students) – with some examples
(Briefly mention specific examples as to how these linkages can be promote)
 Curriculum development.
 Internship – Till 2013 Sociology students were doing Internship with Government/Non Govt.
Organization which enabled them to improve personal qualities and skills.
 On-the-job training.
 Faculty exchange and development.
 Research – Scholars are doing Research on the topics on contemporary Importance which provide
them the indepth knowledge of the Subjects enhancing academic abilities and qualities. This helps
them to get suitable job.
 Publication.
 Consultancy.
 Extension – Department organizes extension activities as an inbuilt component of syllabus. The
experience helps them to be selected in campus.
 Student placement – On the basis of above, Students placement is possible. The Workshop on
‘LFA’ and ‘Climate Change Adaptation and Implementation’ had play a great roll in campus
selection of 08 Students in 2012-13. Any other (please specify)
48.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If
yes, give details: No
49.
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied:
 The department, seriously engaged in field oriented learning process, gathers basic, fundamental,
accurate and first hand information about social phenomena which creates a body of sound knowledge,
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not available in common text. This enables the students to develop a capacity of critical examination and
sound judgment.
50.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department
Strength
Weakness

Qualified and Competent Faculty members.

After care and rehabilitation center.

Computers with Internet facility for students & faculty members.

Common chair of head Physical education and Director of sports.

Own facility of different games and sports along with indoor stadium.

Research a component needs to be enhanced additional Research.

Teachers are required as at present shortfall is filled by visiting faculty for a course in a
semester.

Sufficient no. of laboratories and up gradation of labs with sophisticated equipments required.

More funds for the maintenance of play-ground.

Human Performance Labs in Exercise Physiology, Sports Bio-Medicines & Sports
Psychology
Opportunities

Official procedural delay should be improved.

Pass out students’ appointment as sports officers and assistant professors in higher education.

Pass out students’ appointment as physical education teacher in school education.

Pass out students self employed as owners of fitness and health center.

Pass out students renders their services in various sports associations and federations as
fitness trainers.
Challenges
51.

Pass out students gets opportunity in defense and police services due to their good fitness.

Recruitment of permanent faculties is an urgent need of the department.

University purchase process should be streamlined with no delays.

Permanent administrative staff is required.

Institutional subscription must be there to access National and International research journals
Future plans of the Department:
 The department wishes to introduce following new courses –The Department proposes the
following PG level Inter disciplinary programme for promotion of skill based education and to
improve competence
The aim of the courses is to impact Knowledge, Development skill and created suitable attitude
and behaviour pattern required for various JOB in India and abroad.
1.
PG Programme / PG Diploma in Community Medicine and Public Health.
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2.
PG Diploma in Management of Non Government Organization.
3.
PG Diploma in Criminology and Correctional Administration
4.
PG Diploma in Industrial Relation.
5.
PG Diploma in Human Resource Development
6.
PG Diploma /Certificate in Disaster Management
7.
PG Diploma in Psychiatrics Social Work
8.
PG Diploma in Medical Social Work
9.
PG Diploma in Disabilty and Rehabilitations
10. PG Diploma in Gerontology
11. PG Diploma in Social Change and Development
 The Department proposes to launch a research activities based
Centre For Eradication of
Superstitions (CES)
Objectives –
 To understand the magnitude of the impact of prevailing superstition.
 To enlightened the mass in Rural and Tribal areas.
 To create awareness among people about the evil effect of the superstitions on Mind, Body and
Society
 To formulate strategies to counter superstitions.
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Evaluative Report of Department of P. G. Studies and Research in
Tribal Studies
1.
Name of the Department:
Department of P.G. Studies and Research in Tribal Studies
2.
Year of establishment:
1990
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Social Science
4.
Names of programmes offered:
Course/programme
Degree awarded
Subject combinations
Post Graduate
P. G. Diploma in Tribal Study
Tribal Social Structure, Tribal Distribution,
Diploma
Tribal Problems, Tribal welfare, Research
Methodology, Field studies.
5.
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved
The Department of Geography, Sociology, History, Political Science, and Economics are supported by
the Department of Tribal studies in pursuance of Ph.D. programmes related to Tribal society, Culture,
Health, Economic life and Social history.
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions.
The department is running since last twenty four years. Geography, Sociology, History, Political Science
and Economics departments etc. are collaborating with the department.
7.
Examination System: Annual/Semester/Trimester/Choice Based Credit System
Currently annual examination system is followed
8. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
The Department of Tribal studies is a nodal department to provide primary and secondary material
about the tribal society as such, The Department actively support the other social science and
humanities departments pertaining to the scope of the syllabi and research programme.
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9. Number of teaching posts (sanctioned, filled and actual):
Sanctioned
Filled (number)
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
Male
Female
Male
Female
(number)
Associate Professors
1
--
--
--
--
Assistant Professors
1
1
--
--
--
Others
1
--
--
--
Qualification
Designation
1
Guest Faculty
10. Faculty profile:
Name
Specialization
No.
of
No. of Ph.D./
years
of
M.Phil. students
experience
guided in last four
years
Permanent Faculty
Prof. C.S.S.
M.A. Sociology,
Prof. In
Tribal Society
Thakur
Ph.D. Sociology
Charge
and Culture,
4 Ph.D., 24
36
M.Phil.
Change and
Development
Dr. Lokesh
M.A (Geog),
Asst.Professor
Tribal Study,
27
5 Ph.D.,
2
Shrivastava
M.A (Hist),
Environmental
Submitted, 52 M.
L.L.B, Ph.D, D.
Study
Phil (Geogrtaphy)
Litt.
Prof. Kamlesh
Mishra
Professor
Tribal Studies
30
5 Ph.D/ 9 M.Phil
31
1 Ph.D., 20
and
Ph.D
BioGeography
Other Categories
Prof. Prahlad
M.A., M.Phill,
Mishra
Ph.D
Professor
Tribal Studies,
M.phill.
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11. List of Emeritus Professors / Adjunct Faculty / Visiting fellows

Prof. Rajesh Mishra, Deptt. of Sociology & Director of J. K. Institute, Lucknow University, Lucknow.

Prof. Arvind Chouhan, Deptt. of Sociology & Dean faculty of Social Sciences, Barkatullah University
Bhopal (M.P.)

Prof. Virendra Pratap Singh, Head, Center for Globalization & Development Studies, Allahabad
University, Allahabad.

Prof. A. Satyanarayana, Head, Deptt. of Sociology, Allahabad University, Allahabad.

Prof. V.K. Pant, Retd. Prof and Head, Department of Sociology, Kumaun University, Nanital.

Prof. surendra Singh, Prof. of Sociology, M.G.I. Vidhyapeth. Varanasi.

Prof. A.K. Joshi, Prof. of Sociology, BHU , Varanasi.

Prof. V.K. Sirivastava, DDU. University, Gorakhpur.

Prof. Y.G. Joshi, Director, N I SS, Ujjain.

Prof. D.K.Verma, BANIS, Mhow, MP.

Prof. U.N. Jha, LNMU, Darbangha.

Prof. S.K.Tiwari, R.D.V.V., Jabalpur.

Dr. Neeru singh, Director, RMRC for Tribes, Jabalpur.

Dr. T. Chakma, RMRC for Tribes, Jabalpur.
12. Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty – programme-wise information:
66%
13. Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students
Programme
Total
no. of
students
Total
no.
of
faculty engaged
Ratio
of
%
teachers
to
taken by temporary
students
PGD. T. S
26
04
1:6.5
of
workload
faculty
66%
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual
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Sanctioned (number)
Administrative
Filled (number)
Actual
Male
Female
Male
Female
2
--
2
--
2
15. Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies the area of Tribal Studies :
Tribal Social Structure, Tribal Distribution, Tribal Problems, Tribal welfare, Research Methodology, Field
studies
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects: Nil
17. List details of completed projects under following heads
Year
Name
of
Title of
Name of the
Project-wise amount of
faculty
the project (faculty-
funding
the
member
wise)
agency
Grant
Research projects completed and grants received during the last four years (funded by National
agencies)
2011
Dr.
Lokesh
Shrivastava
Baiga Janjati mein
UGC
95000/-
Swasthya
Sanrakshan Pranali
18. List recognitions such as UGC-SAP, CAS, Department with Potential for Excellence, DST-FIST;
DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc. with total grant received:
NA
19. List Research facility / centre with:
Department is a research Center to provide primary and secondary information to other departments
and also concentrating on field based activities.
20.
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies : No
21.
Publications
a. Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international)
Please append a list of only peer reviewed papers per faculty member in scholarly journals in following
format (last four years) in chronological order
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Authors’ names
Title of the paper
Publisher/
Year
Book Name
Total no.
Journal’s name
of the
paper
Prof. Prahlad Mishra
“Migration and
Ravat Publication
2012
Village.”
Hindi
2011
“Vilfredo Pareto”
Academy
03
National
05
National
25
National/International
04
National
mobility in an Eastern
Uttar Pradesh
Granth
“Thorstein Veblen”
Prof.
Kamlesh
2010
Mishra
2011
Dr. Lokesh
2010
Shrivastava
2011
2012
Dr. Shalini Dhurwey
“Urban
“Proceeding”
Transformation
of
Gond
in
Tribes
2009
Allahabad
Madhya Pradesh”
“Chhindwara
kay
Adiwsi
Jilay
“Bhootal”
Vikas
Gorakhpur
Pariyojnao
2010
kay
Antargat
Shiksha
Sambandhi
Vikas
Pariyojnao
kay
Adhyan”
“Level of Industrial
Development
2013
:
Chhindwara District”
“Gond
Mahilao
Janjati
ka
Ki
2013
Istar
(Chhindwara Jilay kay
Sandharbh Main)”
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Dr. Tripti Manjhi
“Linganupat : Adiwasi
2012
03
National
evam Mukhyadhara
Samaj
main
vyapt
Vibhed”
“Janjati
Gramin
2011
Samaj main Pajnan
tatha Bal Swasthya
me
Dharma
ki
Bhumika”
“Vaishvikaran
tatha
Prajnan evam Baal
2010
Swasthya”
22.
Details of patents and income generated
23.
Areas of consultancy and income generated : Nil
24.
Faculty selected nationally / internationally to visit other laboratories / institutions/
Nil
Industries in India and abroad: Nil
25.
Faculty serving in
a) National committees
Prof. CSS Thakur, Prof. In Charge, is a member of Central Body of All India Sociological Society, New
Delhi.
Central Board of Studies- Chhatisgarh
External Member -BOS Vikram University
External Member - RDC-CGV
Advisory Expert:
Research Journal – ISSN 0974-0074
Research Journal – ISSN 0973-420
Research Journal – ISSN 2347-2944
Research Journal – ISSN 2231-6159
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c) Editorial Boards :
CSS Thakur – Research Journal – ISSN 2320-6780
d) Any other (please specify) :
Core member on Child labour Project
e) Editorial Boards Dr. Shalini Dhurwey, “The Journal of Environment, Culture and Development”
26.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs)
Academic
Staff
Development
Name of faculty
Period
Programmes
Refresher courses
√
Dr. LokeshShrivastava
3 Weeks
Other criteria of faculty recharging strategies
Activity
Name of faculty
Invitation as resource persons in
Prof. Prahlad Mishra
Workshops / Seminars / Conferences
Prof. Kamlesh Mishra
organized by external professional
agencies?
Dr. LokeshShrivastava
Dr. ShaliniDhurwey
Participation in external Workshops /
Prof. Prahlad Mishra
Seminars / Conferences recognized by
Prof. Kamlesh Mishra
national / international professional
bodies?
Dr. Lokesh Shrivastava
Dr. Shalini Dhurwey
Presentation of papers in Workshops /
Prof. Prahlad Mishra
Seminars / Conferences conducted or
Prof. Kamlesh Mishra
recognized by professional agencies?
Dr. LokeshShrivastava
Dr. ShaliniDhurwey
27.
Period
2009,2010,2011,2012,2013,2014
2009,2010,2011,2012,2013,2014
2012,2013,2014
2009,2010,2011,2012,2013,2014
2009,2010,2011,2012,2013,2014
2009,2010,2011,2012,2013,2014
2009,2010,2011,2012,2013,2014
2009,2010,2011,2012,2013,2014
2009,2010,2011,2012,2013,2014
Number of student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies
(agency names) :
26
 Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including interdepartmental Projects
: 100
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28.
Awards / national/ international recognitions of professional bodies and agencies received
by faculty members, doctoral/ postdoctoral fellows and students during the last four years
Name
Nature
of
Awards/
international
national/
recognitions
of
Bestowing
Month
Organization
year
professional bodies
Postdoctoral fellows
29.
and
of
recognition
Dr. Shalini Dhurwey, Dept. of Geography
UGC
2013
Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops /sensitizing gprogrammes organized and the source of
funding (national / international) with details of some eminent persons invited
Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops
Period
Funding
/sensitizing programmes
source
Name of one/two eminent
(National/
person invited
International)
“Dialogue between Globalization
2 Day
National
Dr. Neeru Singh
and Tribes”, National Seminar
Prof. K. G. Joshi, Ujjain
Prof. S. K. Tiwari, Jabalpur
Prof. M. N. Nigam, Ajmer
Prof.
S.
Satyanarayana,
Allahabad, Prof. A. Chauhan,
Bhopal.
Prof R. Mishra, Lucknow.
30.
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments
Anti plagiarism policy has been adopted in the field of research.
31.
Student profile programme-wise:
Number of students admitted in university departments in the last four academic years
Categories
Year 1 2010-11
Year 2 2011-12
Year 3 2-12-13
Year 4 2013-14
Male
Female
Male
Male
Female
Male
Female
Female
SC
02
04
01
--
01
--
01
01
OBC
01
--
--
--
01
02
01
02
General
--
01
--
01
--
05
01
01
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Name of the
Applications
Selected (Current
Programme
Received
year)
Male
Ph.D.
32.
1
Female
Demand ratio
Male
Female
1
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period
 Dr. Lokesh Shrivastava awarded D.Litt. 2012
 Dr. Shalini Dhurwey awarded Ph.D. 2012
 Dr. Tripti Majhi awarded Ph.D. 2010
How many faculty members were appointed to teach new programmes during the last four years?
One new teacher is appointed to teach new programmes every year as a guest faculty.
33.
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities
For the research purpose these departments have good library and computer facility. In this
department have a lot of book in the library which is mainly related with the tribes. Internet facility for
staff and students are available. Two classrooms in the department, basically for the tribal research it
provides research tools which fulfill the research aims. Advance software is available for the any kind of
research. This department is trying to utilize this software to improve teaching method.
34.
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defence Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise :
Nil
35.
Student progression : Nil
36.
Diversity of Staff : Nil
37.
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc., and D.Litt. in Assessment period
: 01
38.
Present details of Departmental Infrastructural facilities :
Department has 1 Class Room; 1 Computer Lab with Internet; 1 Photographic Lab; 1 Survey
Lab; Office; Library
39.
List of doctoral, post-doctoral students and Research Associates
-
Doctoral (Ph.D) – (1) Shalini Dhurwey (2) DhananjayTiwari (3) Tripti Majhi
-
Post Doctoral (D.Litt.) – (1) Dr. Lokesh Shrivastava
a) From the host institution/university
03
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b) From other institutions/universities
01
40.
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University: 5
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s). If so, highlight the methodology: Nil
42.
Does the department obtain feedback?
Yes. Feedback is taken from the student’s staff and alumni through feedback forms and the forms are
evaluated. According to the feedback we try to improve the teaching and other activities as much as
possible for the benefit of students and the department.
43.
44.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum10)

Kavita Pillai

Ajai Patel

Shail Prabha Kosta

Atul Sharma

Reta Barman

Netu Barman

Usha Barnam

Ajay Sharam
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years)
Course-wise
Special lectures / workshops /
No. of external experts
Total working
no. of students
seminar
involved
hours utilized
Post Graduate
Organized Seminar, Workshop,
Prof. A. Satyanarayana,
12 hrs
Diploma in
Conference in Tribal, Sociology,
Prof. Arvind Chouhan,
Tribal Study, 23
History, Economics and Political
Prof. Rajesh Mishra,
Ph.D, 33
Science.
participated
45.
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes :
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Teaching/
Course-wise no.
Gadgets used (if
% of total work load as
methods
of students
any)
per time table
Improve teaching through
PGD.T.S
Field
Ph.D 46
Study,
training
Survey,
Excursion Field work, PPT,
24
Computers
and
20
Digital
Cameras
Charts, Maps
46.
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?
By feedback from students and continuous interaction with faculty, staff and by analyzing their results.
47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities
Students involved in surveys relating to various tribes, NSS and NCC. Tribal department students has participated
NSS camp. This department is trying to encourage the students to study our tribal belts, tribal culture. Research
activities are running in the Social science departments and other departments. In these departments students are
working in the different tribal aspects.
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department
New technologies deployed by the department in enhancing student learning and evaluation during
the last four years. Practices to encourage and monitor graduate aptitudes (academic abilities,
personal qualities and transferable skills among students) with some examples).
Yes, participation in extensive field work and vists to tribal area to understand ground social reality.
49.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If yes,
give details: Nil
50.
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic or
applied.
The Department gathers first hand information regarding Tribal Society, Environmental Geography and
enrich the existing body of knowledge.
51.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department.
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 The efficient faculty is the major strength of the department.
Strengths
 As Jabalpur and its nearby region is situated in the tribal areas, the practical
training proves to be the best tool to harness the knowledge of the students.
 The students are monitored by the teachers and thus it helps in improving the
performance of the students in their academics.
 Quality research activities.
 The students-teacher coordination is the key to the constant improving results
of the department
 Providing research guidance and assistance to various scholars of other
departments.
 The insufficient number of computers limit the students to work together or
Weaknesses
only some at a time.
 Insufficient number of books in the library for tribal studies.
 Lack of modern software research for the students.
 Lack of qualified human resources at various levels.
 The infrastructure is not as per the requirement of the modern day teaching
methods.
 This is the only department in the state among the state universities offering
Opportunities
tribal studies as unique subject.
 The students of the department are the real assets as they can prove to be
really helpful to the governments in various projects.
 To provide advisory to various instrumentalities of the state related to the
research on the tribal issues.
 Students from different regions can provide valuable information of the tribes
in various regions of the country.
 A proper plan may bring the arena of research in tribal studies to a new level
thereby also creating job opportunities for the students.
 To manage multi-lingual and multi-regional students.
Challenges -
 In spite of feeder linefor admissions, the department manages to attract
students from other institutions and regions.
 The placement of students compared to students of other branches is an
important aspect which needs to be improved.
 To ensure that the interest of the students does not decrease towards the
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research in this branch of tribal studies
 Holding regular conferences, symposiums and other activities for providing
proper guidelines to the students.
52.
Future plans of the department
 To start the new courses in newly emerging fields of tribal studies.
 To have more regular/permanent faculties in the department.
 To develop smart classrooms for the students to fulfill their infrastructural requirements.
 To enhance and develop the library for the students so that they may easily get all the required
study material in the department for their regular studies and research in tribal sciences.
 To organize national and international events like conferences and seminars in the future to
familiarize the students with the global trends of tribal sciences.
 The department is proposing to include extension and outreach activity in extracurricular for
which weightage will be given to students. It will help the skill development of the student.
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Evaluative Report of University Institute of
Computer Science and Application
1.
Name of the Department: University Institute of Computer Science and Application
2.
Year of establishment: 1989
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of the University.
4.
Names of programmes offered
Course/programme
Degree awarded
UG
B.C.A
P.G.
M.C.A
During the last four years, how many new programmes at UG and PG levels were introduced? Give
details:- courses proposed but could not be started.
Inter-disciplinary: 1. Programs in e-areas merging: M. Sc (Cyber Security)
2. PG Diploma in Cyber Security
5.
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved
: Nil
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions etc : Nil
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons
8.
Examination System: Annual/Semester/Trimester/Choice Based Credit System : Semester
9.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
: Nil
: Yes
u) Academic flexibility and modules of the programme
: Yes
v) Does the department offer self-funded programmes. If yes, how many courses
:
02
w) Does the department offer Programmes with Annual System
:
01
x)
Curricular feedback from national international faculty/scholars (no. of persons with proper documents), affiliated
institutions (no. with proper documents), other quality enhancement measures:
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
10.
In consultation of members board of studies constituted by the University.
Number of teaching posts sanctioned, filled and actual (Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors/others):
 Chemistry [Sanctioned: 13, Filled: 1(regular) + 7 Guest faculty (selection made every year), Actual: 1
Professor, 7 Guest Faculty]; Pharmacy: 6 Guest faculty
Sanctioned
(number)
Filled (number)
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Professor
01
-
-
1 (CAS)
-
Associate Professors
01
-
-
-
-
Assistant Professors
02
-
-
-
-
Others (Guest Fac.)
03
-
03
-
-
11. Faculty profile
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
No. of years
No. of Ph.D./
of experience
M.Phil. students
guided in last four
years
Permanent Faculty
R K. Pandey
Ph.D, MSc, PG
Professor
Diploma in
25
Software
05
Engineering
computer
science,
Other Categories
Ms Arjita Shukla
MCA
Lecturer
--
--
Ms Surabhi Singh
M.Tech
Lecturer
Not Required
--
Ms Bhavna Tiwari
MCA
Lecturer
--
--
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12.
List of Emeritus Professors / Adjunct Faculty / Visiting fellows : Nil
13.
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty : programme-wise information
14.
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Programme Total no. of students Total no. of faculty Ratio of teachers to
MCA
15.
40
% of workload taken by
engaged
students
temporary faculty
04
1:10
75%
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual.
Academic Support Staff
Sanctioned (number)
Filled (number)
Male
Female
Male
Technical
02
-
-
Administrative
02
01
01
Actual (number)
Female
-
Male
Female
01
-
-
-
16.
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies : Software Engineering
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects: Nil
18.
List details of completed projects under following heads: Nil
19.
List recognitions such as UGC-SAP, CAS, Department with Potential for Excellence, DSTFIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc. with total grant received
:
:
Nil
20.
List Research facility / centre with
Nil
21.
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies: Nil
22.
Publications
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a. Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international).
Please append a list of only peer reviewed papers per faculty member in scholarly journals in following
format (last four years) in chronological order
Authors’ names
Title of the paper
Journal’s name
JW Shareef, RK
CAME: Component Assembly
SIGSOFT, SEN (ISSN
Pandey
Metrics Extractor using UML
0163-5948)
Year
Volume
Page
(issue)
number
38
1-12
2013
2(6)
2231-2307
2013
2(2)
--
2013
3
--
2013
46(12)
--
2012
47(18)
--
2012
3(1)
pp. 3029-
2012
environment of benzimidazole
derivatives and succinimide
Sonal Dubey,
Dr. R. K.
“Literature Review on Fuzzy Expert
IJSCE
System in Agriculture
Pandey, S. S.
Gautam
Sonal Dubey,
Dr. R. K.
Pandey, S. S
Web Based Multimedia Bilingual International Journal
Expert System for Chickpea
of Innovative
Cultivation
Technology and
Exploring
Engineering, IJITEE
Vinay Tiwari
,R.K. Pandey
Some Observations on Bug Fixing International Journal
Process and Defect Density of Open
of Advanced
Source Softwar
Research in
Computer Science
Vinay Tiwari
Open Source Software
International Journal
,R.K. Pandey
Development’ Education to
of Computer
Technical Education Students of
Applications
India
Jawad Shariff, ,
R.K. Pandey
Jawad Shariff, ,
R.K. Pandey
Dependency Analysis Using UML for International Journal
Component-Based Software
of Computer
Systems: An XMI Approac
Applications
Component Based Software
International Journal
Development with Component
of Computer Science
Technologies: An Overview
and Information
3036
Technology
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Jawad Shariff ,
R.K. Pandey
--
--
2011
1
--
2011
36
--
2011
34(1)
--
2011
SIGSOFT
34(6)
--
2009
International Journal
1(1)
--
2009
34(1)
--
2009
34(2)
--
2009
1
--
2009
Component Based Software
International Journal
Development: Linear perspective of
of Advanced
Software Engineering
Research in
Computer Science
Open Source Software Past Present
Internet
and Future Published in Research
Technologies
Methodology
R K Pandey
Object Constratint Language (OCL): SIGSOFT, SEN (ISSN
past, present and future
0163-5948) ACM
Press, New York, NY,
USA
R. K. Pandey
Vinay Tiwari
“Reliability Issues in Open Source International Journal
Software”
of Computer
Applications
R K Pandey
Exploiting Web Resources for
Teaching/Learning Best Software
Design Tips
R K Pandey
F/OSS Projects: A Bridge Between
of Computer
the Industry and Academia
Applications in
Engineering
Technologies and
Sciences.
R K Pandey
Managing Software Design
SIGSOFT, SEN (ISSN
Complexity: Facade vs Role-Based
0163-5948) ACM
Design
Press, New York,
NY, USA
R K Pandey
"Relativity in Software Engineering SIGSOFT, SEN (ISSN
Measurements
0163-5948) ACM
Press, New York,
NY, USA
R. K. Pandey
APPLYING CK METRICS SUITE TO COMPONENT-
International Journal
ORIENTED SOFTWARE
of Computer
Applications in
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Engineering,
Technology And
Sciences
b. Monographs
:
Nil
c. Chapters in Books
:
Nil
d. Books edited
:
Nil
e. Books with ISBN with details of publishers
:
Nil
f. Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities
International Complete, International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) 01
g. Citation Index – range / average
:
15 (through Google Scholar)
h. SNIP
:
2.141 (avg)
i. SJR
:
1.36285
j. Impact Factor – range / average
:
1.471
k. h-index
:
02
23.
Details of patents and income generated
: Nil
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated : Honorary
Consultancy by faculty members individually and by the department as a unit in last four years (paid or
honorary)
25.
Faculty selected nationally/internationally to visit other laboratories/Institutions/industries
in India and abroad: Nil
26.
Faculty serving in : Nil
27.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs)
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Academic Staff Development Programmes
Name of faculty
Period
HRD programmes
R K Pandey
25th Oct. to 30th Oct. 2010.
Summer / Winter schools, workshops, etc.
R K Pandey
22-23 August 2010, at Chitrakoot
university
28.
Number of student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies
(agency names)
 Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including interdepartmental
Projects : 10%
 percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with other universities / Industry / institute
: 90%
29.
Awards / national/ international recognitions of professional bodies and agencies received
by faculty members, doctoral/ postdoctoral fellows and students during the last four years:
Name of the
Nature of Awards/ national/
Bestowing
professional
international recognitions
Organization
Best Scientists award
MPCST
Month and year of recognition
bodies
Doctoral student
30.
2011-12, 2012-13
Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops /sensitizing programmes organized and the source of
funding (national / international) with details of some eminent persons invited : Nil
No. of organizing academic development programmes for faculty aimed at enriching the teaching/
learning process in last four years (this includes participation in Refresher/Orientation
programmes
by ASC)
31.
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments: Nil
Number of students admitted in university departments in the last four academic years: Nil
32.
Programme-wise demand ratio: Nil (admission through state govt. agency VYPAM)
33.
Diversity of students:
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Name of the
% of students
% of students
% of students
Programme
from the same
from other
From universities
from other
(Separately for UG,
university
universities within the
outside the State
countries
PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., D.
% of students
State
Sc.,
D. Litt., etc.)
PG
34.
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
70
30
40
60
10
10
Male Female
-
-
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise (last four years):
Nil
35.
Student progression : Nil
36.
Diversity of staff:
% of faculty from the
% of faculty from other
% of faculty from
% of faculty from other
Same university
universities
Universities outside the State
countries
within the State
100%
37.
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period
38.
:
Nil
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities as Y/N with regard to
Department has 03 classrooms and one classroom with ICT facility and have LCD projector, OHP, Slide
projector and also provide special Hardware and software. Computer-student ratio is 1:2. Departments
also maintain a separate library. The department offers Internet facilities for staff and students. The
numbers of systems with individual configurations are 40. For research and practical work Department
provides separate laboratories. The total numbers of computers with internet facility are only 20 in the
department.
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39.
List of post-doctoral, doctoral students and Research Associates: Nil
40.
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University: Nil
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s), If so, highlight the methodology
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from

: Nil
: Yes
Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the department utilize
the feedback?: For improving the teaching Quality

Students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does the department utilize
the feedback?: For improving teaching Quality

Alumni and employers on the programmes offered and how does the department utilize the feedback?
- For Improving Syllabus
43.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) University alumni
association:
1.
Rakesh Mehta, Solution Provider at DI Squared LLC USA
2.
Mahesh Chand, Philadelphia, United States, Works at C# Corner, Lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
USA
3.
Rohit Mansarwani, Software Engineer at IBM, Lives in Milford, Massachusetts, USA
4.
Sudhir Singh, Technical Architect at m-ize, Past: Wells Fargo India and Innolab IT Solutions Pvt. Ltd.,
Lives in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
5.
Rajeev Yadav, Lives in Atlanta, Georgia, USA
6.
Swapnil Shrivastava, Lives in Seattle, Washington, USA
7.
Ajay Pal More, Works at Maxis Communications, Lives in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
8.
Malyaj Mishra, PeopleSoft Package Solution Consultant. at IBM, Lives in Edison, New Jersey, USA
9.
Kundan Singh, Product Manager at Ebix Singapore
10. Rajesh Kumar Das, Project Manager at Standard Chartered Singapore, Lives in Choa Chu Kang,
Singapore
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44.
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years)
45.
Course-wise no. of
Special lectures/ workshops
No. of external experts
Total working hours
students participated
/ seminar
involved
utilized
All the students
Special lectures
03
16hours
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes:
Teaching/ training
Course-wise no. of students
Gadgets used (if any) % of total workload as per time
methods
Web based
table
40
ICT facilities
20%
resources
46.
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?
47.
:
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities :
Nil
Yes
f.
Extension Centers (If any),
g.
Extension programmes organized by NSS, NCC, YRC and other national and international programmes
h.
Number of extracurricular/co-curricular activities organized in collaboration with other agencies/NGOs
(such as Rotary/Lion’s etc.) on Campus
i.
Number of NCC Cadets/units; Number of NSS Volunteers/units
j.
Extension activity department as a unit (paid or honorary) – Introduction of sensitizing programmes on
Institutional Social Responsibilities, social surveys, research or extension work to ensure social
justice and empower the underprivileged and the most vulnerable sections off society, special
recognition received from such programmes etc.
48.
Student placement:
Practices to encourage and monitor graduate aptitudes (academic abilities, personal qualities and
transferable skills among students) – with some examples
(Briefly mention specific examples as to how these linkages can be promote)
 Curriculum development
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 Internship
 On-the-job training
 Faculty exchange and development
 Research
 Publication
 Consultancy
 Extension
 Student placement
49.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If yes,
give details:
 Accredited by AICTE
50.
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied
51.
Nil
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of
department
52.
:
:
the
Nil
Future plans of the Department:
 M.Tech (Software Engineering)
 M. Sc (Cyber Security)
 PG Diploma in Cyber Security
 PG Diploma in computer applications
 5-Year Integrated MCA programme
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Evaluative Report of University Institute of Management
1.
Name of the Department: University Institute of Management
2.
Year of establishment: 1992
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Management
4.
Names of programmes offered
Course/Program
Degree awarded
Post Graduation
Post Graduation
Subject combinations
MBA (Master of Business
Marketing-Finance, Marketing-HR, Marketing –IT,
Administration)
Finance-HR, Finance-IT, HRD-IT, & Finance-IT.
MBA (MM) ( Master of
Marketing Management
Business Administration
(MM))
Research
Ph.D. (Doctor of
Management
Philosophy)
Under Graduation
BBA [Hotel Management ]
Hotel Management
B.Com [Hons.]
Commerce
BBA [Hospital-
Hospital Admin.
Administration]
During the last four years, how many new programmes at UG and PG levels were introduced? Give
details: BBA (HA), BBA (HM), B.COM (HONS.) As UG Courses
Inter-disciplinary:
02
New programmes introduced in emerging areas are:Yes- B.Com (Hons.) and BBA HA, BBA Hotel
Management
5.
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved: Yes
 Department of Yoga & UIM has organized interdisciplinary programme for Business Ethics
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions etc : Yes
(Academic Collaboration) in form of guest lecture
7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons: Nil
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8.
Examination System: Annual/Semester/Trimester/Choice Based Credit System: Semester
9.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments : Yes
A. Academic flexibility and modules of the programme : Yes
B. Does the department offer self-funded programmes. If yes, how many courses? (Numbers only): 04
C. Does the department offer Inter/multidisciplinary programmes in emerging areas (numbers only):
02
D. Does the department offer Programmes with Semester and Trimester (numbers only): 05
E. Does the department offer Programmes with Core and Elective options: Yes
F.
Does the department offer Academic flexibility by way of twinning programmes (link or combined as a pair): Yes
G. Courses for slow and disadvantaged learners, bridge courses: Yes Tutorial Classes held
H. Flexibility to change from one discipline to another: Yes
I.
Latest revision of the curriculum (year) and frequency there and what percentage of courses underwent a
syllabus revision: Revised in 2008 for MBA and MBA (MM)
J.
Curriculum development procedures: systematic need assessment, feedback; Employability, Innovation,
Research: Yes
K. All the features are considerable
L. Use the guidelines of the regulatory bodies; interaction with industry, research bodies and the civil
society; facilitating introduction new programmes; skill-oriented programmes; value-added courses;
Targeting international students: Yes
M. Contact with aicte and corporate bodies with the academic requirements.
N. Curricular feedback from national international faculty/scholars (no. of persons with proper documents), affiliated
institutions (no. with proper documents), other quality enhancement measures: Regular discussion take
place
10.
Number of teaching posts sanctioned, filled and actual (Professors/Associate Professors/
Asst. Professors/others):
Sanctioned
Filled (number)
Actual (including CAS & MPS)
Male
Male
(number)
Female
Female
Professor
01
-
-
1
-
Associate
02
-
-
-
-
Assistant Professors
03
01
-
-
-
Others (Guest Fac.)
11
04
07
-
-
Professors
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Faculty profile
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
No. of years
No. of Ph.D./
of experience
M.Phil.
students guided in last
four years
Permanent Faculty:Dr. Ashish
Sharma.
Ph.D. in
Asstt. Professor
Marketing
13.7
N.A.
Management
Other Categories [ Guest Faculty ]:
Dr. Ashish
Mishra
Dr. Uroos
Fatima Rizvi
Dr. Shilpa
Mishra
Mr. Prakash
Guest Faculty
Commerce
18
02
Guest Faculty
Management
07
N.A.
Guest Faculty
Management
03
N.A.
MBA
Guest Faculty
Marketing & HR
05
N.A.
MBA
Guest Faculty
HR
06
N.A.
MBA
Guest Faculty
Finance &
08
N.A.
Ph.D. in
Commerce
Ph.D. in
Management
Ph.D. in
Management
Mishra
Mrs. Richa
Pandey
Mrs. Preeti Neb
Marketing
Mrs. Prachi
MBA
Guest Faculty
Finance & HR
0.5
N.A.
MBA
Guest Faculty
Finance &
2
N.A.
Nagotia
Ms. Sonal
Pathak
Mr. Vijay
Marketing
MBA
Guest Faculty
FINANCE
10
N.A.
MBA
Guest Faculty
Marketing & HR
01
N.A.
MBA
Guest Faculty
I. T.
05
N.A.
Vishwarkarma
Ms. Ritu
Shrivas
Mr. Anil Mehra
12.
List of Emeritus Professors / Adjunct Faculty / Visiting fellows: 16
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S. No. Names of Guest Lecturers
13.
Locations
1
Miss Isha Pant
Addl. Sp, Jabalpur
2
Prof. P.K. Jain
Dean- Management Deptt, M L Sukhadia University, Udaipur
3
Prof. Rajeev Gupta
Ims, Davv, Indore
4
Prof. G.C. Jaiswal
Deptt. Of Commerce, Bhu, Varanasi
5
Prof. Ashish Bajpai
Deptt. Of Management, Bhu, Varanasi
6
Prof. L.K. Mishra
Dean- Management Deptt, Agra University, Agra.
7
Prof. Nageshwar Rao
Vice-Chancellor, Ignou, New Delhi
8
Prof. R.P. Das
Dean- Management, P.R.S. University, Raipur
9
Prof. P.K. Mishra
Ex- Vice Chancellor, Davv, Indore
10
Mr Prem Dubey
Chairman, J,C,C, Jabalpur
11
Mr Himanshu Khare
Vice- Chairman, J,C,C, Jabalpur
12
Prof. D.P. Lokwani
Vice- Chancellor, M.P., Medical University, Jabalpur
13
S.K. Kori
Regional Director, Sedmap
14
D.K. Supeskar
Zonal Manager, Mpfc, Jabalpur
15
Mr. Manu Shrivastava
M.D., M.P. Power Finance, Jabalpur
16
Mr. P.K. Modi
Ihm, Bhopal
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty –programme-wise information
Programmes
Permanent
Temporary
Faculty
Faculty
Others
(Visiting Faculty)
98%
-
2%
MBA
7%
93%
-
MBA (Marketing
7%
93%
-
B. COM (HONS.)
-
100%
-
BBA (Hotel
-
100%
-
Pre Ph.D. Course
Work
Management)
Management)
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Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Programme
Total no. of
Total no. of faculty Ratio of teachers to % of workload taken by temporary
students
engaged
students
faculty
88
12
1:8
90%
PG
04
11
1:2
100%
Ph.D
13
2
1:7
50%
MBA & MBA
[MM]
15.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual.
Academic Support Staff
Sanctioned (number)
Male
16.
Female
Filled (number)
Actual (number)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Technical
03
02
01
02
01
Administrative
02
02
-
02
-
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies : Yes
 Marketing, HR, and Finance & IT
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects: Nil
18.
List details of completed projects under following heads: Nil
19.
List recognitions such as UGC-SAP, CAS, Department with Potential for Excellence,
DST- FIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc. with total grant received:
20.
Nil
List Research facility / centre with

Well stocked library

Computer lab with e- journal facility.

Communication lab with internet facility.

State recognition: University Research Center for Management Programme.

National recognition
: Yes
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
International recognition
: Yes
21.
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies: Yes
22.
Publications
a. Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international). Please append a list of
only peer reviewed papers per faculty member in scholarly journals in following format (last four years) in
chronological order: Yes
Research Paper Published in International Journals
Dr Ashish Sharma
1.
“Relationship between Exports, GDP and Imports in India: An Empirical Study”, Review of Business
and Technology Research Vol. 4, No. 1, July 2011.
2.
“Student Perception of Pedagogy: An Exploratory Study of B-Schools”, International Journal of
Management Prudence, Vol. No. 3, Issue 1, April 2011, pp. 103-111.
3.
“An Analysis of the Debt Equity Structure of Selected Pharmaceutical Firms in India”, International
Journal of Management Prudence, Vol. No. 2, Issue 1, October 2010, pp. 154-160.
4.
“Performance Analysis of Small Scale Industries - A Study of Pre-Liberalization and Post-Liberalization
Period”, International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 1, No 2, 2009, pp. 17-26.
5.
“Globalization and its Effect on Small—Scale Industries”, Review of Business and Technology
Research, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2009, pp. 1-5.
6.
“Retention of Employees in Indian Organization: A study of BPO Industry”, Review of Business and
Technology Research, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2009, pp. 1-5.
7.
“Agriculture Exports in India”, Social Sciences Research Society (SoSReS), Izmir, Turkey, September,
2009.
8.
“Analysis of Emotional Intelligence System”, Journal of IMS Group, Vol. 5 (2), pp. 61-63, 2008.
Research Paper Published in National Journals
1.
“Role of Marketing Strategy in Service Organizations”, Journal of Management Prudence, Vol. II, Issue
I, June 2010, pp. 62-64.
2.
“Role of Brand Extension in Indian Market”, Journal of Management Prudence, Vol. II, Issue I, June
2010, pp. 65-68.
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3.
“Study of Mobile Hand Set Market Scenario”, Synergy (I.T.S. Journal of I.T. & Management), Vol. 8
No. 2, July 2010, pp. 27-40.
4.
“Role of Service Marketing in Banking Sector”, The ICFAI Journal of Service Marketing, 2008.
Research Papers Published in Books/Proceedings outside India
1.
“Role of Cottage Industry in Rural Employment in India”, International Conference on Technology and
Business Management (ICTBM-10) jointly organized by International Forum of Management Scholars
(INFORMS), Houston, USA and IMT Dubai (UAE), March 16-18, 2010.
2.
“Prospects of Women Empowerment in Indian IT-BPO Industry”, International Conference on
Technology and Business Management (ICTBM-10) jointly organized by International Forum of
Management Scholars (INFORMS), Houston, USA and IMT Dubai (UAE), March 16-18, 2010.
3.
“Impact of Promotional Tools on Cconsumer Durable Goods”, International Conference on Technology
and Business Management (ICTBM-10) jointly organized by International Forum of Management
Scholars (INFORMS), Houston, USA and IMT Dubai (UAE), March 16-18, 2010.
4.
“Some Innovative Aspects for Promotion of Industrial Relations in Organizations”, International
Conference on Technology and Business Management (ICTBM-10) jointly organized by International
Forum of Management Scholars (INFORMS), Houston, USA and IMT Dubai (UAE), March 16-18,
2010.
5.
“Export Potential in India”, Jointly Organized by Department of Finance, University of Dhaka,
Bangladesh and Global Business and Management Forum, USA Dhaka, Bangladesh, 22-24 December
2009..
6.
“Psychological Disorder in the Indian Economy during Recession”, Jointly Organized by Department of
Finance, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh and Global Business and Management Forum, USA, Dhaka,
Bangladesh, 22-24 Dec. 2009.
7.
“Agriculture Exports in India”, International Conference on Social Sciences, Social Sciences Research
Society (SoSReS), Izmir, Turkey, September, 2009.
8.
“Performance Analysis of Small Scale Industries - A Study of Pre-Liberalization and Post-Liberalization
Period”, International Conference on Social Sciences, Social Sciences Research Society (SoSReS),
Izmir, Turkey, September, 2009.
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9.
“Innovation in Teaching and Examination Pattern under University Management Education in India”, 1 st
Regional Conference on Educational Leadership and Management, Institut Aminuddin Baki, Northern
Branch, Bandar Darulaman, Jitra Kedah, 10-12 November 2009.
Research Papers Published in Books/Proceedings in India
1.
“Role of Environmental Marketing in the Country”, Excel Books, New Delhi, 2010.
2.
“New Trend in the Indian Retail Sector”, Excel Books, New Delhi, 2010.
3.
“Impact of Foreign Direct Investments 0n M.P.’s International Trade” Key Drivers of Organizational
Excellence, Excel Books, New Delhi, 2009.
4.
“Personality and Purchasing Decisions of Bikes” Key Drivers of Organizational Excellence, Excel
Books, New Delhi, 2009.
5.
“Role of Culture in Consumer Behavior” Key Drivers of Organizational Excellence, Excel Books, New
Delhi, 2009.
6.
“Marketing in Agriculture Industry”, Sunrise Publications, Delhi, 2008.
7.
“SWOT Analysis of Agriculture Marketing”, Sunrise Publications, Delhi, 2008.
8.
“Economic Development and Export Growth”, Excel Books, New Delhi, 2008.
9.
“Growth, Instability and Prospects of Agro Exports in India”, Excel Books, New Delhi, 2008.
10.
“Effect of E-Marketing on Branding and General Consumer Behavior”, Excel Books, New Delhi, 2008.
Paper Presented in International/National Conference in India
1.
“Role of Environmental Marketing in the Country”, Third National Conference PrCon-2010 on
Managing Corporate Responsibility and Risk for Synergizing Business Practices to achieve
Organizational Excellence, Sponsored by AICTE, New Delhi, Prestige Institute of Management Dewas,
February 26-27 2010.
2.
“New Trend in the Indian Retail Sector”, Third National Conference PrCon-2010 on Managing
Corporate Responsibility and Risk for Synergizing Business Practices to achieve Organizational
Excellence, Sponsored by AICTE, New Delhi, Prestige Institute of Management Dewas, February 26-27
2010.
3.
“Growth Prospects of SSI in India”, Eighth Biennial Conference on Contemporary Issues in
Entrepreneurship Research, Organized by Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDI),
Ahmedabad, March 19-21, 2009.
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“Some Aspects of Personal Communication in B-Schools – An Empirical Study”, Third PIMR
4.
International Conference on Transcending Through Innovative Global Practices, Sponsored by AICTE,
New Delhi, February 07-08, 2009.
“Growth Prospects of Indian Telecom Sector with Special Reference to BSNL”, Third PIMR
5.
International Conference on Transcending Through Innovative Global Practices, Sponsored by AICTE,
New Delhi, February 07-08, 2009.
“Role of Consumer Protection in India”, Sposored by Centre for Consumer Studies, IIPA, New Delhi,
6.
Organised by School of Economics, DAVV, Indore, 12-13 December, 2008.
“The Role of Culture in Consumer Behaviour”, 3rd PIMG International Conference on Key Drivers of
7.
Organizational Excellence, Sponsored by AICTE, New Delhi, March 29-30, 2008.
“Personality & Purchasing Decision of Bikes”, 3rd PIMG International Conference on Key Drivers of
8.
Organizational Excellence, Sponsored by AICTE, New Delhi, March 29-30, 2008.
“WTO and Indian Trade Policy”, National Seminar on WTO Provisions on Trade and Environment,
9.
Under UGC-SAP, Organized by School of Economics, DAVV, Indore, 15-16 February, 2008.
10.
“Poverty and its Impact on Growth”, XIX Annual Conference of Madhya Pradesh Economic
Association, Organized by School of Economics, DAVV, Indore, 15-16 February, 2008.
11.
“Economic Development and Export Growth”, Second PIMR International Conference on Navigating
Glocalization Through Quality Initiatives, Sponsored by AICTE, New Delhi, January 30-31, 2008.
12.
“Growth Instability & Prospects of Agro Export in India”, Second PIMR International Conference on
Navigating Glocalization Through Quality Initiatives,, Sponsored by AICTE, New Delhi, January 30-31,
2008.
b. Monographs: Nil
c. Chapters in Books: 06
d. Books edited:02
e. Books with ISBN with details of publishers: Nil
f. Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities
International Complete, International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.
g. Citation Index – range / average
02
h. SNIP: Nil
i. SJR: Nil
j. Impact Factor – range / average: Nil
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k. h-index: Nil
23.
Details of patents and income generated: None
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated: Academic and free only.
Consultancy by faculty members individually and by the department as a unit in last four years (paid or honorary)
a.
Partner organizations (industries, Central/State Govt., NGO’s, Govt. Agencies including funding agencies, Commissions,
Press and Publications and like)
 Department has worked for swot analysis exercise for govt. Polytechnic Jabalpur & also Department has worked for
image study of Jabalpur police.
b.
Nature of consultancy (technical report, common curricular development, process and product designing, statistical
analysis, demographic analysis, budgetary assistance, technical material analysis, software and website development,
editing and refereeing for journals, documentation and so on) :
 Worked for curriculum development of BSNL Jabalpur
c.
25.
Period of consultancy, any published and/or online document generated. : yes
Faculty selected nationally / internationally to visit other laboratories / institutions /
industries in India and abroad
Name of the
Laboratory/
faculty member
Institutions/
Capacity
Period of
Nature of Fellowship/
visit
Assistantship/ other financial
Industries visited
assistance received
National
Dr. Ashish
Somaiya Institute
Sharma
of Management
Dr.Ashish
CBIMR
Per Person
Once
Sponsored by invited organization
Per Person
Twice
Sponsored by invited organization
Sharma
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Faculty serving in a. National committees
Faculty Name
Dr. Ashish Sharma
 Expert for BSNL Programmes
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 Expert for MP Power Management Corporation
b. International committees
:
Nil
c. Editorial Boards
: Two Editorial Board (Labour Sector Reform and
Financial
sector Reforms)
d. any other (please specify)
27.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs)
Academic Staff Development Programs
Orientation programmes
Name of faculty
Period
Dr. Ashish Sharma
One session
Other criteria of faculty recharging strategies:
Invitation as resource persons in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences organized by external
professional agencies
Activity
Name of faculty
Period
Invitation as resource persons in Workshops / Seminars /
Dr. Ashish
Conferences organized by external professional agencies?
Sharma
6Yrs
Participation in external Workshops / Seminars / Conferences
Dr. Ashish
6Yrs
recognized by national / international professional bodies?
Sharma
(i)
Dr. Ashish
Presentation of papers in Workshops / Seminars /
8Yrs
Conferences conducted or recognized by professional agencies? Sharma
Have teaching experience in other universities / national Dr. Ashish
institutions and other institutions?
28.
8Yrs
Sharma
Number of student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies
(agency names)
Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental Projects: 90%
Percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with other universities/Industry/institute
: 10%
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Awards / national/ international recognitions of professional bodies and agencies received
by faculty members, doctoral/ postdoctoral fellows and students during the last four
years:
Name of the
Nature of Awards/ national/
Bestowing
Month and year
professional
international recognitions
Organization
of recognition
Members of AIMA, New Delhi
AIMA
10 Years
bodies
Faculty member
Dr. Ashish Sharma
30.
Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/sensitizing programs organized and the source of
funding (national / international) with details of some eminent persons invited:
Seminars/
Period
Conferences/Workshops
Funding Source (National/ Name Of One/Two Eminent
International)
Person Invited
/Sensitizing Programmes
Guest Lecture on
16th March, 2013
Career Guidance And
Rani Durgawati University
Jabalpur
Skill Development
Dr. Aditya Lunawat
Director Swami
Vivekanand Carrier
Margdarshan Yojna
Blood Donation Camp
rd
23 March, 2013
Mission Smile Welfare
Prof. K.N. Singh
Society and University
Yadava, Vice-
Institute of Management,
R.D.V.V. Jabalpur
Seminar on
Employments through
26th and 27th April,
Career Guidance Cell,
2013
R.D.V.V. Jabalpur
Chancellor, R.D.V.V.
Jabalpur
Prof. J.L. Kellar,
Acting V.C.
Entrepreneurship
Shri Prem Dubey,
Development
President of Jabalpur
Chamber of Chamber of
Commerce.
Prof. Akhilesh Pandey,
Chairman, M.P. Private
University Regulatory
Commission
Prof. Surendra Singh
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Director , UIM, R.D.
University, Jabalpur
World Environment
05th June, 2013
Day
University Institute Of
Dr. P.S. Bundela
Management, R.D.V.V.
Regional Director
Jabalpur And M.P.
Pollution Control
Pollution Control Board,
Board,Jabalpur
Regional Office, Jabalpur
Mr. Vijay Pandey
Dept. Advocate Gen.
M.P. HC JBP
Prof. K.N.S. Yadav
V.C. R.D. University,
Jabalpur
Guest Lecture On
--
Human Resources
University Institute Of
Prof. P.K. Jain, M.K.
Management, R.D.V.V.
Sukharia
Jabalpur
Guest Lecture on Hotel
--
University Institute of
Prof. L.K. Mishra.
And Tourism
Management, R.D.V.V.
Dean Ambedkar
Development
Jabalpur
University, Agra
University Institute of
Shri R.K. Sharma
Guest Lecture on Tips
--
For Facing An
Interview
Guest Lecture on
--
Globalization
Management, R.D.V.V.
Retired Deputy General
Jabalpur
Manager Bhel ,Bhopal
University Institute of
Prof. P.K. Mishra, Ex-
Management, R.D.V.V.
Jabalpur
Guest Lecture on
--
Various Research
Techniques
Guest Lecture on
--
Management
31.
University, Jabalpur
Vice- Chancellor, Indore
University, M.P.
University Institute of
Prof. Ashish Bajpai,
Management, R.D.V.V.
Dept. of Mgt. B.H.U.
Jabalpur
Varanasi Uttar Pradesh
University Institute of
Prof, Nageshwar Rao,
Management, R.D.V.V.
Pro Vice-Chancellor,
Jabalpur
IGNOU, New Delhi
Code of ethics for research followed by the Departments:
 Number of students admitted in university departments in the last four academic years (PG)
Categories
Year 1 (2010)
Year 2 (2011)
Year 3 (2012)
Year 4 (2013)
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Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
SC
10
02
02
-
07
02
03
02
ST
04
01
03
0-
10
-
07
03
OBC
15
09
15
08
-
--
--
-
General
31
25
08
39
18
12
18
19
Total
60
37
28
47
35
14
28
24
Number of students admitted in university departments in the last four academic years: (UG) Level
Categories
Year 2 2011-12
Year 3 2012-13
Male
Female
Male
SC
01
-
-
OBC
01
01
General
13
04
Year 4 -2013-14
Female
Male
Female
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
01
-
01
03
-
Others
32.
33.
Program-wise demand ratio:
Name of the
Applications
Selected
Demand ratio
Program
Received
(Current year)
Male
Female
Male
Female
UG
22
01
03
0.4
0.14
PG
52
28
24
1.9
2.1
Ph.D.
63
06
09
0.9
1.5
Diversity of students:
Name of the
% of students
% of students
% of students
% of students
Programme
from the same
from other
From universities
from other
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university
universities within
PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
countries
the State
D. Sc., D. Litt., etc.)
34.
outside the State
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
UG
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
MBA
85
15
5
6
0
0
0
0
MBA [MM]
77
23
18
23
0
0
0
0
Ph.D.
211
18
0
6
21
19
6
0
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise (last four
years)?
Examination Applied (no.) (Female in
Qualified (no.) (Female in
Percentage (Female in
brackets)
brackets)
brackets)
ST SC
UGC-
OBC
Gen
ST
SC
OBC
02
02
06
10
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Gen
ST
SC
OBC Gen
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
CSIR
NET
Defense
1
Entrance
35.
Student progression:
Student Progression
PG to Ph.D.*
Employed
Campus
selection
(list
Number
% against enrolled
06
20
the Hdfc Bank Gravita Research
-
employers and the number of companies who Co.Ltd. Nextgen Shoppers
visited the campus during the last four years) Stop Balaji Telefilms
Other than campus recruitment
* Average of four year
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Diversity of staff:
% of faculty
% of faculty from other
% of faculty from
% of faculty from other
from the
universities
Universities outside the State
countries
Same
within the State
10
0
university
72
37.
18
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period: 01
38.
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities as Y/N with regard to
Department has a 04 classrooms and one classroom with ICT facility and have LCD, OHP projector.
Computer-student ratio is 1:1. Departments also maintain a separate library. The department offers
Internet facilities for staff and students. The total numbers of computers with internet facility are only 1
in the department. The number of systems with individual configurations is 60 and Hardware and
software are available in the department. The numbers of nodes/ computers with internet facility are 60
39.
List of post-doctoral, doctoral students and Research Associates:
1.
Anant Singh
2.
Suman Prajapati
3.
Vijendra Ku. Vishwakarma
4.
Netram shripal
5.
Aruneesh Kumar soni
6.
Manisha Kinkar
7.
Pearly Jacob
8.
Sandhy G Nair
9.
Rubvita Chadha
10.
Meghna Jain
11.
Niyati Anand
12.
Rajni Verma
13.
Ila Pathak Jha
14.
Richa Kansyakar
15.
Sandeep Singh
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a) From the host institution/university
: 72%
b) From other institutions/universities
: 28 %
40.
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University: 40
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s)? If so, highlight the methodology
:
Yes
 Informal discussion has been on the university level.
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from?
A. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the department utilize
the feedback? : Yes
Department take feedback for content improvement programme
B. Students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does the department utilize the
feedback? : Yes
Students are given feedback form for faculty performance communication
C. Alumni and employers on the programmes offered and how does the department utilize the feedback? :
Yes
Alumini are given chance to present departmental profile to different organizations
43.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) University alumni
association:
S.No.
Names of Students
1.
Akash Gulati
2.
Sonia Lallan
3.
Alpa Shah
4.
Amit Anand
5.
Nelu Pall
6.
Shruti Sabarwal
7.
Ajay Choudhary
8.
Harpreet Saini
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9.
Quayadat Ali
10.
Amit Singh Rajput
Special lectures / workshops / seminar involving external experts (last four years)
Course-wise no. of
Special lectures/
No. of external experts
Total working
students
workshops / seminar
involved
hours utilized
MBA
10
30
60
MBA [MM]
10
30
12
BBA [Hotel
02
06
12
participated
management]
45.
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes:
Teaching/
Course-wise no. of students
training
Gadgets used (if
% of total workload as per
any)
time table
methods
46.
Lecture
80
LCD
08 hrs
Workshop
80
LCD
08 hrs
Case study
80
LCD
08 hrs
How does the department ensure that programe objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?
 Department continuously interact with students and faculty and proper suggestions are being
incorporated.
47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities : Yes
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department:
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Example: New technologies deployed by the department in enhancing student learning and
evaluation during the last four years Practices to encourage and monitor graduate aptitudes
(academic abilities, personal qualities and transferable skills among students) – with some
examples : Students are being sent for industry visit internship activities for field knowledge.
Some of the activities of the department beyond syllabus are:

Every month on weekends lectures are arranged by the Faculties, research scholars on different
topics of current importance.

Debates are organized among students to develop their speaking habits before audience.

Students are given exposures related to working of different equipment available in the department
in order to create interest with them.

Quizzes are also arranged to test and increase their skill in the subject.

They are encouraged to participate in poster presentations on certain themes.
(Briefly mention specific examples as to how these linkages can be promote)
 Curriculum development
 Internship
 On-the-job training
 Faculty exchange and development
 Research
 Publication
 Consultancy
 Extension
 Student placement
* Any other (please specify)
Curriculum developments, faculty exchange and development, research and publications are the
points of utmost importance for our department to fulfill the objectives.)
49.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If
yes, give details: None
50.
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied:
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 Student Seminars.
 Summer Training Programmes.
 Case Study Sessions.
 Industrial Projects.
 Faculty Publications
51.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department.
Strength
 Strong Infrastructure.
 Well Stocked Library.
 Equal Ratio of Computers and Students.
 Advanced Computer Lab.
 Quality Education.
 Carrier Guidance Counseling, Training & Placement Cell.
 Skill Development Center.
Weakness
 Lack of Industry Support.
 Lack of Proper Air and Metro connectivity
Opportunities
 Student placements
 Knowledge developments
 Industrial supports
 Professional Grooming For Students and Faculty
Challenges
 Industrial Support.
 Marketing of Programmes.
 Lack of communication Skills particularly from the tribal belt.
52.
Future plans of the department:
Proposed inclusion – Mahakaushal region may be benefited with following inclusions:
 Centre for Management Research: - To orient students and Faculty in field of Management Research.
 Centre for Agro-base Management: - Work for Agro-base Industry in terms of
conducting research
and Training programme as per requirement of industry.
 Entrepreneurship cell –
 To promote Concept of Entrepreneurship in Mahakaushal region.
 To start courses on Entrepreneurship.
 To services to small and medium industry of region.
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 To develop Incubation center.
 Corporate Governance Chair
 Module Base programmes on corporate governance.
 To promote research in corporate governance field
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Evaluative Report of Department of Yoga
1.
Name of the Department
: Department of Yoga.
2.
Year of establishment
: 1996.
3.
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Education
4.
Names of programmes offered
Course/programme
Degree awarded
Subject combinations
Post Graduate Diploma
Yoga
Yoga, Indian Philosophy
M. A.
Yoga
M. Phil
Human Consciousness and Yogic
Research
Science
Ph.D.
In all aspects of Yoga
During the last four years, how many new programmes at UG and PG levels were introduced? Give
details: M. Phil Course has been introduced since 2011-12
5.
Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved:
Yes, the department carries out inter disciplinary programmes with the department of Philosophy &
Physical Education .
6.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions etc:
The department holds courses in collaboration with Morarji Desai Institute New Delhi and Lonawala.
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7.
Details of programmes discontinued, if any, with reasons:
No
Program
has
been
discontinued
8.
Examination System: Annual/Semester/Trimester/Choice Based Credit System:
The department follows semester system of examination in all its courses.
9.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments :
The department participates in the courses offered by various departmemts such as
Philosophy, Physical Education and Mahila Adhyayan Kendra.
10.
Number of teaching posts sanctioned, filled and actual:
Sanctioned (number)
Filled (number)
Male
Professor (Honorary)
Proposed Post one
Female
-
-
2
2
lecturer and two
instructor
Guest Faculty
11.
4
Faculty profile:
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
No. of years
No. of Ph.D./
of experience
M.Phil. students
guided in last four
years
Permanent Faculty:Prof. Bharat
Ph.D.
Kumar Tiwari
Professor In-
Professor
Vivekananda and
28
4
Sankhya –Yoga
Philosophy
charge
Other categrories: Guest
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Dr. Rekha
Ph. D.
Guest Faculty
-
5 yrs
-
Ph. D.
Guest Faculty
-
5 yrs
-
Reena Mishra
M.A.
Guest Faculty
-
2 yrs
-
Dr. Rajesh
Ph.D.
Guest Faculty
-
5 yrs
-
Kakoria
Dr. Rakesh
Goswami
Dharam
Pandey
12.
List of senior Visiting Fellows, Adjunct Faculty and Emeritus Professors
Eminent Professors are visiting as subject experts, examiners etc from different Universities of India
13.
Percentage of classes taken by the temporary faculty –programme-wise information:
M. A. 100% M. Phil- 100% Diploma and certificate course.
14.
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students:
Programme
Total no. of
Total no. of faculty
Ratio of teachers
% of workload taken by
students
engaged
to students
temporary faculty
50
4
1:7
100
M.A, M. Phil,
Diploma
Certificate
course Ph. D.
15.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled
and actual:
Filled (number)
Academic
Sanctioned
Support Staff
(number)
Actual (number)
Male
Female
Male
Female
Technical staff
00
-
-
-
-
Administrative
1 Clerk,
1
1
-
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1 Peon
16.
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies
None
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects: There is no project in the Department at present.
18.
List details of completed projects under following heads:
No project has been submitted in the last four Years.
19.
Departmental projects:
Yes, UGC, ICPR
Progra
Title of the
Year of
Name of the
Total financial
Two significant
mme
programme and
sanction and
funding
outlay of the
outcomes or
ref. no.
duration
programme
breakthroughs
agency
achieved
Swami
20.
Lecture
Vivekananda
Series
lecture series
Good audience and
2013
UGC
50 000
participants
List research facility / centre:
The department of Yoga has a national recognition and receives grants from UGC, ICPR and Morarji
Desai Institute, New Delhi.
21.
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies:
The research were is sponsored by UGC, ICPR
22.
Publications
a. Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international). Please append a list
of only peer reviewed papers per faculty member in scholarly journals in following format (last four
years) in chronological order
Author’s
Title of the paper
Journal’s name
names
Dr. Rekha
Mahilaon ke Tanaw par
Indo-Indian Journal of
Pranaw mantr ke Prvhaw ka
Social Science researches
Volume
Page
(issue)
number
Vol. 8No.1
17-21
Year
2012
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Kakodiya
Ahayayan
-
Mahilaon ke Tanaw par
Pranaw mantra ke Pravhaw
Vol. IV
2011
ka Adhyayan
Purushon ke Tanav par
Indo-Indian Journal of
Pranaw Mantra ke prabhaw
Social Science researches
Vol. 6 No-2
Parishad Prabha- organ of
-
55-60
2010
9
2009
3
2009
56
2010
146-150
2011
211-214
2012
ka Adhayayan
Reena
Prakritik Chikitsa Kya hae?
Akhil Bhartiya Prakritik
Chikitsa Parishad New
Mishra
Delhi
Prakriti Pradatta-8 Chikitsak
Akhil Bhartiya Prakritik
-
Chikitsa Parishad New
Delhi
Bhartiya Sanskiriti Ka
Jairam Sandesh Haridwar
Prateek- Gayatri Mantra
Edition
Rogon ka Yogic Nidan Evam
Kautilya Research Journal
Chikitsa
GTRS College, Rewa
Kautilya Research Journal
Yoga Aur Swasthya
GTRS College, Rewa
Swastha Tann Mein Swastha
Parishad Prabha –Organ of
Mann
Akhil Bhartiya Prakritik
-
-
-
4-6
2013
Chikitsa Parishad New
Delhi
Swasthya raksha ka Pratham
Pratham Jagaran Yoga
Sootra-
Sandesh Patanjali Yog
6
2009
PeethHaridwar
23.
Details of patents and income generated: N.A.
24.
Period of consultancy, any published and/or online document generated. Nil
25.
Faculty selected nationally/internationally to visit other laboratories/Institutions/
industries in India and abroad: Nil
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26.
Faculty serving in Editorial Boards: None
27.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops,
training programs and similar programs): Yes
Academic Staff Development
Name of faculty
Period
Dr. Rajesh Pandey, Dr. Rekha
2013
Programmes
Refresher courses
Kakodiya, Dr. Rakesh Goswami
Orientation programmes
Rakesh Goswami, Dr. Rajesh Pandey
Three weeks
Dr. Rekha Kakodiya, Dr. Rakesh
NCRT 2009-10
Goswami
Others (Induction etc.)
Rakesh Goswami, Dr. Rajesh Pandey
Dr. Rekha Kakodiya, Dr. Rakesh
2-6 Feb 2010
Goswami
28.
Number of student projects conducted within the department and by outside agencies
(agency names):
NIL
29.
Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level: NIL
30.
Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national
international) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
Seminars/ Conferences/
Wokshps/ Sensitizing
Period
Programmes
Funding source
Name of one/two
(National/
eminent person
International)
invited
Ashok Jamnani, Dr.
Two days Lecture program
2014
Suresh Acharya Dr. Alok
UGC
Tandon
Swami Vivekananda periodical
Lectures series
No. of organizing academic development programmes for faculty aimed at enriching the teaching/
learning process in last four years (this includes participation in Refresher/Orientation programmes by
ASC)
Programmes on curriculum development,
teaching-learning methods, examination
Period
Funding
Name of one/two eminent
source
person invited
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reforms, content / knowledge management, etc.
Yoga Training,
2011,.21 Days
NCERT
Prof. Chaya Rai, Prof.
Bharat kumar Tiwari,
Prof. Kamal Nayan
Shukla Dr jitendra
Jamdar
Morarji
Observance of National Yoga Week
Desai
2009
national
institute of
yoga new
Delhi
31.
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments : The code of ethics followed by the
department in its Research are zero tolerance for plagiarism in their research work. The department
also has developed a system of open viva in the field of Doctoral research. The department also
maintains the transparency through regular press conferences.
32.
Number of students admitted in university departments in the last four academic years
Categories
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
OBC
3
3
7
1
2
1
1
General
11
7
16
14
14
17
13
Female
10
Others
33.
Diversity of students:
Name of the
% of
% of Students
% of Students
% of
Programme
Students
from other
From Universities
Students
(Separately for
from the
Universities
outside the State
from other
same
within the
University
State
UG, PG, M.Phil.,
Countries
Ph.D., D.Sc.
D.Litt. etc.)
M
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
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ale
M.A.
34.
30
50
10
5
2.5
2.5
-
-
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations, NET,
SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise (last four
year)
Dr. C. H. Baital selected as an Assistant professor in Hemwati Bahuguna University Uttrakhand 2012.
Some students are serving as teachers in various colleges , inter colleges and school education
35.
Student progression:
Student Progression
36.
37.
Number
PG to M.Phil.
30
PG to Ph.D.
10
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
10
Diversity of staff:
% of faculty from
the
% of faculty from other
universities
Same university
within the State
90
10
% of faculty from
Universities outside the State
% of faculty from other
countries
-
-
Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period: NIL
38.
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities.
The department has its own building with 6 class rooms and library of its own. The library has books
and journals. On line access to e-journals and books is available through INFLIBNET service of the
UGC. It offers internet facilities through LAN. The department has three system with individual
configuration. It also has knowledge and information data base/packages. The department has LCD
projectors, OHP, slide projectors/ TV/VCP/DVD Player. The department has student laboratory also.
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39.
List of post-doctoral, doctoral students and Research Associates (current academic year):
Doctoral students 09
40.
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the University:
Students are not receiving any financial assistance from the University.
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s) : Before any new courses introduced or there is a change in the syllabus. There is an
nteraction with the experts and only then the changes are introduced
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from?
Yes, A Faculty meeting is conducted and suggestions received from the members of the board of studies
are implemented in the concurrent session. Feedback related to the performance of the teachers is taken
from students and employers from inside and outside university from time to time. Department opts
some corrective measures, on the basis of feedback received, to subside the short comings of students
regarding their theory and practical performance as well as their conduct.
43.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) University alumni
association: Yes
44.
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts (last four years):
Course-wise no. of
Special lectures/
No. of external experts
Total working
students participated
Workshops / Seminar
involved
hours utilized
90
Organised National Yoga
5
15 hours
5
30 Hours
Week
150
Two Days lecture Program
on Swami Vivekanda
80
Yoga Training Program
3
21 days
79
Organized yoga Therapy
--
20 hours
camp in the central jail
45.
List the teaching/ training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes:
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--Teaching/ training methods
Course-wise no. of
students
Gadgets used (if
any)
% of total work load as per
time table
By PPT presentations
M. A. 200
PPC, Projectors,
70%
M. Phil. 150
Laptop, Charts
Models LCD
Ph. D. 50
Projectors Audio
Video Facilities
used
46.
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored? :
1.
Unit test after completion of each chapter in the syllabus is conducted.
2.
Verbal and written feedback is asked by the students and if any doubt remains to the student the
teachers tries to clear it.
47.
3.
Interaction between subject experts from the media industry and students.
4.
Periodic interaction with students/teachers.
5.
Feedback on teachers, curricula and programme.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities: 25 students and
the Faculty every Year
The department of Yoga participates extensively in various extension activities, 25 students and faculty
are engaged in it. These extension activities are carried on with a help of departments of Philosophy,
Physical Education, Mahila Adhyayan Kendra and its NSS volunteers. Visit to Central Jail, Morarji
Desai Institute, New Delhi was carried out.
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department
:
Beyond syllabus, scholarly activities include yoga practices, seminars, workshops, and Yoga Teaching.
49.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If
yes, give details: No
50.
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied :
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The Department has contributed a lot and encouraged students to adopt yogic science in their
academic study. It has been profitable both for earning their bread and keep themselves healthy
mentally and physically. Yoga training campus participation in conferences conduction of workshops
etc. Consultation counseling and treatment to needy persons and conduction of yoga training camps
etc. Conduction of out-station yoga camps for training and treatment
Opportunities: graduates of yogic science may find their jobs at various institutions like Morarji Desai
National Institute of Yoga CCRYN Delhi Vivekanda Yoga Institute etc.
51.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department.
Strengths

A large number of students are getting themselves enrolled in the M. A., Diploma and
other certificate courses.

A sound strength of the students is an advantage for the department in both academic and
extra-curricular activity area.

Due to the advancement in Yogic techniques and increased awareness in the society,
students are more curious to come to this branch of studies.

The department is proud of its skill oriented and motivating faculty members who impart
and guide not only yogic lessons but the all round development of a student takes place.

The newly emerging areas and fields in Yoga have increased the scope of placements of
students and the department is not an exception.
Weakness

Presence of permanent faculty in the department would bring the best out of the
department and the students.

Latest gadgets would be helpful to Students to learn in a simpler and advanced manner .

The infrastructure is complete, but needs to be improved as per the demand of the
competitive arena.
Opportunities

The students have a wide area of learning and research work is also promoted thereby to
prepare the future experts in this field.

The students get an opportunity to represent themselves in the national and regional yoga
workshops and conferences for yogic sciences held in the nation.

The department has been appreciated various times for its contribution to the regional
residents for creating awareness of yoga.

The students have a platform for developing them into a highly qualified and healthy
personality thereby becoming a role model for the society.
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
Several institutions and organizations directly recruit the students for training the
employees or workers of the same.
Challenges

To introduce new courses based on newly emerging branches of Yoga.
.

The new methods and techniques are a challenge to the students.

The computers and other required technological gizmos is the utmost need of the
department.

52.
The research work platform is not sufficient for the large number of students..
Future plans of the Department:
(1) To provide medical psychological and pathological facilities in the
department.
(2) To conduct professional courses in yoga therapy naturopathy& teachers’
training programmes.
(3) Plan to develop a yoga therapy and naturopathy hospital in the
University.
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Central Facility/Cells/Centres: Evaluative Report
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Centres
Academic Staff College
Ambedkar Studies Centre
Anti-ragging Cell
University Career Guidance, Counseling, Training & Placement Cell
Pandit D. P. Mishra Central Library
Remedial Coaching Schemes for SC/ST/OBC
University Computer Centre
Cultural Cell
Day Care Centre
Devendra Boys Hostel
Engineering Section
Health Centre
Information Technology
Kasturba Girls Hostel
Macromolecular Research Centre
National Service Scheme
Proctorial Board
Skill Development Cell
Sports Complex
University Guest House
University Press & Publication
University Science & Instruments Centre
Women Studies & Research Centre
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UGC Academic Staff College
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
UGC Academic Staff College
Accredited as Performer (Score 63) by NAAC. All India Rank: Fifth
1.
UGC Academic Staff College , Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur,MP
2.
Year of Establishment: 1987
3.
E.Mail: [email protected]
4.
Website: www.ascrdvv.in
5.
Contact No: 0761-2604404 Fax: 0761-2604404, Mob: 09425385869
Vision
To contribute to nation building through training programmes, instilling in the
teacher participants high patterns of discipline and scientific attitude, making them
technologically aware and ethically strong units of our society. Further these
‘generation moulders’ would inculcate the same in their students, ensuring quality
enhancement not only in the tertiary of education but also in that of the whole human
race.
Mission

To create a vision for excellence in higher education

To promote excellence in teaching and research

To develop professional competency

To make tangible contribution to the progress of the Nation
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6.
To enrich the quality of life in the society through education
Staff Profile
Academic Staff
Professor-Director
Reader
Lecturer
Non teaching Staff
Section Officer
Senior Assistant
Junior Assistant
Computer Assistant
Librarian/Technician
Steno-typist/Computer Operator
Peon
Hostel Attendant
7.
Filled
Filled
Filled
Filled
Filled
Filled
Filled
Filled
Courses/programmes conducted since inception till 31 March 2014
S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
8.
Prof Kamlesh Mishra
Dr. Rajeshwari Rana
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Pandey
Name of Course
Orientation Programme
Refresher Course
Short Term Course
Special Summer School
Special Winter School
Interaction Programme
Sponsored Programmes
National Seminars
Principals’ Meet
All India Directors’ Meet
Regional Directors’ Meet
No of
Courses
90
224
06
03
01
01
06
03
24
01
10
No of Participants
2796
6505
233
123
20
42
220
200
1920
40
09
ASC Infrastructure and resources:
 Air Condition Lecture hall : 01
 Air Condition Seminar hall : 01
 Air Condition Computer lab with 24 PC – (Internet connectivity)
 Air Condition Director’s office: 01
 Air Condition Reader’s office: 01
 Air Condition Lecturer’s office: 01
 Administrative Office: 01
 Air Condition Data Entry Room : 01
 Library Hall: 01 with 7389 Books
 Wash Room Men 02
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9.
Wash Room Women 02
Wifi campus
Any other (specify)
Server Room 01
Kitchen 01
Water Cooler 01
Store Room 01
Reading Room/ reference room 01
Gallery upper stair
Gallery entry level
Guest House 1 10000 sq.mtr
Suite one with Air Conditioner (For Recourse Person)
Room 12 with Air Conditioner
(with 36 capacity)
 Mess with Air Conditioner: 01
 Kichen: 01
 Store: 01
 Common Room: 01
 Wi-fi facility
Peripherals
 Computer: 24
 Laptop: 2
 Laser printer: 2, Inkjet color: 2,
Photocopy with printer and scanner:01, Scanner: 02
 Visualizer: 01
 LCD projector: 02
 Audio Video System: 01
Academic Staff College conducts two types of courses. Orientation Programs are
conducted to acquaint young college and university teachers with wide scope of meeting
professional expertise and social expectations by training young teachers through wellorganized theory and practical sessions on class-room presentations and students interactions.
The sessions are conducted by peer resource persons in the field. Participants self-organized
presentation-cum-evaluation sessions help develop confidence in them. The other activity,
Refresher Courses for teachers at various levels of profession constantly update them as per
the new developments in teaching and research in their respective subjects. These courses also
acquaint them with newer concepts of teaching and on-line technology. The third important
segment of ASC functioning is attained through frequent meeting with Principals of colleges.
At UGC Academic Staff College, Jabalpur, a judicious blend of concepts, theory and
practice prepares the teachers to function in a dynamic environment. The emphasis is on
involving the teacher participants in the learning process and helping them to relate concepts
and theory to the requirements of imparting higher education. The curriculum as laid down by
the UGC embraces regular classroom-sessions, practical exercises, educational excursions,
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industrial visits, special seminars at prestigious training institutions as the College of Materials
Management, a Grade ‘A’ training institution of the Indian army and Indian Council of
Medical Research, peer group teaching, micro teaching, project presentation, etc. The visit to
the campus of central jail and the recommendations put forth by the participants of a course
are worth a mention. These activities are video graphed, enabling us to display them to the
subsequent courses.
The curriculum at the Institute comprises of lectures by eminent scholars,
comprehensive case studies, group discussions, peer group teaching presentations, simulation
exercises, workshops, teaching games and structured and unstructured group work, along with
excursions to places of academic importance. The participants are subjected to strenuous
schedules to be physically and mentally adapt at handling challenges and pressures of higher
education. Leaders, politicians, IPS and IAS officers, professionals like income tax advocates,
high court judges, IT professionals, renowned industrialists and academicians are invited for
dialogues and interaction with the participants.
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Ambedkar Strudies Centre
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
Ambedkar Studies Centre
The Ambedkar Studies Center was established in the University with the specific aim of
generating consciousness amongst both students and teachers about the ideas and values
cherished by one of the strongest pillars of nation building Baba Saheb Dr. Bhim Rao
Ambedkar. Given the fact that our university is situated in the tribal heart-land of the country,
the establishment of such a Center attains greater importance and scope.
Since inception the centre has been active along multiple dimensions with the avowed purpose
of spreading consciousness about Ambedkar social and political ideas and trying to integrate
students, teachers and society in general within the folds of social revolution aimed at
establishing a truly egalitarian society in India, wherein exclusion and bias are foreign. In its
multifold efforts the centre, from time to time, has been organizing a variety of programmes,
such as:




Sankalp Sabha’s for the practice and promotion of core values of Baba Saheb relating to
social, justice and fight against deprivation.
Celebration on a regular basis in a broad-based manner the birth/death anniversary of Dr.
Ambedkar.
Organization of lecturers/ seminar/ interface programmes with special emphasis on ‘dialogical
basis.
Establishment of a library and office for help to those pursuing research and extension
activities pertaining to Ambedkar Studies.
During its long sojourn since inception several academic luminaries, social activists;
government officials and politicians have
registered their intense presence in various
activities and programmes of the centre.
Some of the prominent names so involved
are: Professor Ravindra Kumar, a noted
historian and currently, Dean Social Sciences
at IGNOU, Delhi; Prof. Y.C. Simhadri, a
leading academician and social activist, and
currently
Director of the Institute of Constitutional and
Parliamentary Studies, New Delhi; Shri
Indresh Gajbhiye, a prominent social activists, lawyer and currently Chairman of MP
Government Schedule Caste Financial Development Corporation; Shri Jagdish Rokde
Member of MP Schedule Caste Commission; Shri J.M. Kansotia, Principal Secretary,
Department of Higher Education, MP, and Chairman of AJACS, MP; Shri K.L. Guheriya,
Dalit leader and social activist; Shri Ajay Jharia, local dalit leader; and Shri P.L. Ahirwar,
Dean of College Development Council, R.D. University, Jabalpur.
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Apart from the involvement of some prominent persons in activities of the Centre from time to
time University authorities such as Prof. K.N.S. Yadav, the Hon’ble Vice Chancellor; Shri
Awasya, Registar of the University; Prof. Ram Shankar, Director of the Centre, Shri Ajay
Jharia, Member Governing Body of the Centre, and a large numbers of students, teachers and
university employees regularly participated in the activities of the centre making it a virtual
hub of Dalit social, political and intellectual activity.
The Centre has ambitious plans to develop a full fledged office with independent library and
other facilities, and adequate permanent staff to carry forward its programmes and fulfill its
objective of generating consciousness regarding the core ideals of Dr. Ambedkar.
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Anti-ragging Cell
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
Anti-ragging Cell
Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur, is very much prompt and conscious about the
anti-ragging (bullying) in campus and the colleges under its jurisdiction with the zero
tolerance.
Therefore, as per the rules and regulation, the University constitutes the Anti-Ragging
Communities afresh every academic session which is functional at
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University administrative block, and
University Teaching Departments.
Still another wing operates as Anti-ragging flying squad.
The activities of all wings of anti-ragging cell
are as under.
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Displaying the anti-ragging rules
framed by the Govt. of India, Hon’ble
Supreme Court of India, Govt. of
Madhya Pradesh at various places in
the campus that are clearly visible to
students and other persons. The select
places include Administrative Block,
Boys Hostel, Girls Hostel, Arts
Building, Central Library and other
places where students are generally
gathered.
 Applying executions of anti-ragging
affidavits from newly admitted
students and their parents/guardians.
Organizing "Maitri Diwas" in university teaching departments and in colleges to
promote friendship, brotherhood, co-operation among junior and senior students.
Allocating a sum of Rs. 50,000 in the University budget every financial year for
holding "Friendship Day" or "Matri Divas."
Uploading the mobile numbers of anti-rgging committee members on the Website of
the university for the benefit of students.
Uploaded on the University Website the format of anti-ragging affidavites to be filledin by the students and their parents.
Posting at University Website, the anti-ragging video films prepared from time to time
by UGC, New Delhi.
Investigating any complaint regarding the incidence of ragging as notified by either the
victim or any other person.
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Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)

Organizing joint meetings of Head of teaching departments in the university, Deans of
faculties and Principals of affiliated Colleges well before the commencement of each
academic session, also during the term, for sensitization of anti-ragging measures.
As a result no complaint has been reported since last many years.
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University Career Guidance, Counseling, training & Placement Cell
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
University Career Guidance, Counseling, Training & Placement
Cell
University Career Guidance, Counseling, Training & Placement Cell was established on
February 10th 2012. The following are members of the Cell.
1.
Prof. Surendra Singh
Co-ordinator
2.
Dr. Ashish Sharma
Co-Coordinator
3.
Prof. Shailesh Choubey
Co-Coordinator
4.
Dr. Vineeta Tiwari
Asst. Placement Officer
5.
Shri Ajay Singh
Asst. Placement Officer
6.
Dr.Rajni Sharma
Placement Asstt.
The objective of this cell is to guide university students for their career development and job
placement. The cell is well equipped to handle and support the placement procedures. We believe in
imbibing skills along with moral values in our students. For achieve this goal, a series of lectures,
workshops and programmes have been organized in the past/current year. The Cell plans to publish a
“Career Magazine” as an interface between the developing students and the job organizations.
The Counseling Cell in session
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The following programmes have been organized by now.
1.
Organized 01 day Workshop on “Potential and Prospects of Career Guidance and Skill
Development Programmes in M.P.” on 16th March 2013, The Chief Guest and resource person of the
workshop was Professor Aditya Lunavat, Director, Swami Vivekanand Career Guidance Scheme,
Government of Madhya Pradesh.
2.
Organized a two-day Workshop on “Employment Generation through Entrepreneurship
Development“ as Convener under Career Guidance Counseling Training and placement Cell and Skill
Development Centre ,R.D. University” on 26-27 April 2013.
3.
Lecture on Present Status of Higher Education & Career opportunities on 26th September 2013
by Prof. Sujit Sinha, Azim Premji, University, Bangalore.
4.
Organized Special Lecture of Prof. L.K. Mishra, Dean, Faculty of Hotel and Tourism, Dr BR
Ambedkar University, Agra on Challenges and Opportunities in Hotel and Tourism Industry on 22nd
Nov, 2013 in UIM, RDVV.
5.
Lecture on Success in Interview by Shri R.K. Sharma, Retd. Dy. General Manager. Placement
Cell of the university organised the following programmes on 27th, 28th & 29th March between 12:00
to 2:00 PM at UIM
Personality Development
Communication Skill &
Motivational thoughts
6.
Campus Drive for Pharmacy & Chemistry students on 3rd Feb 2014 by T.C.G. Life Sciences,
Kolkata. 5 students were selected in this Campus.
7.
A three-day lecture series on Personality Development, Communication Skills & Motivational
Thoughts during 27-29 March 2014 when Ms. Ruchi Shrivastava, Dr. Jayant Ghosh and Mr. Sandeep
Tiwari were speakers and resource persons.
8.
One day workshop on Career Opportunities in Pharmacy & Chemistry on 21 April 2014 when
Prof. Aditya Lunavat was chief guest, and speakers were Prof. Neeraj Upmanyu and Shri Iftkhar
Ahmed.
Our next workshops will be held on Insurance, Banking Sector and Defence in near future.
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Pandit Dwarka Prasad Mishra Central Library
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
Pandit Dwarka Prasad Mishra Central Library
University library was established in the foundation year of Rani Durgavti University. Initially
due to lack of independent building library was started in Shahid Ismarak. At that time only 5000
books were available in the library. The construction of the university library building with
approximately 969.75 sq.m. area was completed in 1964 in the university campus. In the year 198687, library was named after the name of former chief minister of M.P. Pandit Dwarika Prasad Mishra
and since then it is known as Pandit Dwarika Prasad Mishra central library. There is huge collection of
various types of study material like text books, reference books, PhD thesis dissertation thesis
manuscripts etc in the university library.
In library reference department has been established for students and readers. In this
department different types of reference books are made available. In the same way, various bound
and unbound periodic publication are made
available in the magazine department. In the
view to provide facility to students
unpublished study materials have been
arranged in separate rooms and students can
use them according to their needs Presently
library consist of 1,90,000 study material,
which includes the above stated study
material. For the management purpose and to
provide facilities to the students, study
material has been arranged in separate
rooms. In the reference and magazine
department approximately 100 students can
sit together at a time and study and use the
study material.
In the year 2013-14, approx. 2000 books have been purchased by library which are about to
be send to their respective departments. To provide ready and fast information about the study
material library is undergoing advancement through automation process. To initiate library
automation process 6 new commuters and 1 software have been purchased and this process will be
completed within 2 months.
To make library facility more reasonable, reprographic facility has been initiated in the library.
Better facilities are provided to the students for exchange of books. In addition to traditional services,
technical services are also provided to the students. At present in library apart from internet services
6000 e- journals are available on different subjects to students through inflibinet services. In library,
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registered research scholar are being given the membership of the library which give them an
opportunities to get the issued books of there interest.
Under 12th five year plan library has received book grant of Rs. 10,00,000 from University
grant commission by which library will reach new horizon with the addition of more books and
research journals.
The University Central in managed by a Library Advisory Committee with the following
composition:
 Vice Chancellor
 Registrar
 Two Deans
 Two Professors
 Two principals of Colleges
 Librarian/ Prof. In charge
 Two students representatives
On the basis of feedback received from the students Library Advisory Committee do necessary
improvement from time to time.
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 The ICT and other tools deployed to provide maximum access to the library collection includes
∗ OPAC : Yes
∗ Electronic Resource Management package for e-journals: 25000
∗ Federated searching tools to search articles in multiple databases : Net
∗ Library Website
∗ In-house/remote access to e-publications : Yes
∗ Library automation: The Library automation has been started
∗ Total number of computers for public access: 15
∗ Total numbers of printers for public access: 03
∗ Internet band width/ speed: 10 mbps
∗ Institutional Repository
∗ Content management system for e-learning
∗ Participation in Resource sharing networks/consortia (like Inflibnet)
 The specialized services provided by the library
∗ Manuscripts : 5000
∗ Reference
: 20547
∗ Reprography : 3000
∗ Inter Library Loan Service: Yes
∗ Information deployment and notification (Information Deployment and Notification) : Yes
∗ Reading list/ Bibliography compilation: Yes
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Remedial Coaching Schemes for SC/ST/OBC
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
Remedial Coaching Schemes for SC/ST/OBC
UGC has facilitated several measures for the academic upliftment and further
advancement of SC/ST/OBC students. The popular schemes are: Remedial Coaching;
Coaching for NET/SLET etc; and Coaching for Competitive Exams for entry to services
(UPSC, PSC, etc). Rani Durgawatai University being located in an area which has substantial
number of students, who belong to the target group, holds ample opportunities to steer the
objectives of the UGC through such schemes. These coaching schemes have been in operation
for several years and have subsequently made efforts to fill the gap between the actual level of
knowledge and desired level of knowledge amongst these students. The central focus is to
develop a good amount of confidence among the students with regards to their education and
choices leading to their employment.
The class room teaching, though primary, is regularly supplemented by group
discussions and student initiative activities, thereby leading to the improvement in their
presentation skills. Presentation ability not only enhances the leadership qualities but also
assists in their overall personality development. Presently subjects like Economics, History,
Political Science, Sanskrit, and Sociology are sought after by these students.
The scheme was felicitated by the expertise of senior faculty members of the university
and nearby colleges. Further, resource persons were invited from several other departments,
like Regional Centre of IGNOU, Regulatory Commission, District Administration, NGO’s etc.
In a nutshell, the best available resources were invited to share their experiences with the
beneficiaries of the schemes.
To further enhance the vision and reach of the beneficiaries the scheme proposes to
have a few fully loaded smart class rooms, an updated computer lab, and a fully furnished
library with all the relevant reading and reference material for the students. The above
facilities need to be in the local language, which becomes a prime hindrance in their forward
advancement. To overcome the language barrier an appropriate arrangement and installation
needs to be the primary requirement. Further, the students need counseling on issues
pertaining to education, employment, hobbies, and contemporary social and ethical issues. A
moderate amount of recreational facilities tend to overcome the continuous pressure of the
students, and for this a TV room with DTH facility and a few indoor activities would do the
work. A regular handling of the above requires a dedicated physical space, in the form of halls
and rooms. Since the students will be required to stay at the Coaching Centre for a few hours,
some provisions for their refreshments would add as an overall incentive.
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University Computer Centre
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
University Computer Centre
The Computer Centre was established in 1989-90 with ten PCs (DOS) and a mini
system under UNIX when the university started its first computer course of P.G.Diploma in
Computer Applications. The laboratory has been upgraded till then with incorporation of
networking facilities and the latest hardware and software.
The Centre is run by In-Charge, Dr. A.K. Gupta; one senior programmer, Mrs. Nidhi
Saxena; one computer operator, Dr. Vineeta Tiwari; and two data entry operators, Mr. K.K.
Dalal and Mr. A.K. Tiwari. The Centre has one supporting staff as lower division clerk, Mr.
Satish Khampariya.
Apart from the university teaching departments, Academic Staff College, Indira
Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) and University Distance Education Centre and
various teaching department of the university also make use of facilities of the Centre for
conducting spot exercises and teaching of computer based courses. By its own, the Computer
Centre runs regularly short-term job-oriented computer courses, awareness programmes for
employees and research scholars.
A six month duration "add-on"
course entitled, "Certificate course
in IT-Management" is also being
run, and has found wide popularity
among young and senior candidates.
The
Centre
has
in-house
participation on computer-based
activities
of
conduction
of
examination and result processing,
payroll and accounts, provident
fund account and other financial
activities. It has also assisted
Finance
department
of
the
University in computerization,
technical support and network
related activities.
The Centre is instrumental in in-house development and maintenance of the official
Website of the university (www.rdunijbpin.nic.in).
All assistance including internet facility is provided to students, researchers and faculty
members bt the University computer centre. The Centre has implemented Campus Networking
by which all teaching and administration departments are connected. On this intranet, internet
is available via 1 GBPS leased line. The E-Journals and other E-Resources provided by the
UGC under INFLIBNET programme are available for the students, teachers and research
scholars of university teaching departments. The E-Journals of various disciplines provided by
the UGC can be accessed from the Centre and also directly from the teaching departments.
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The Centre is a nodal place for EduSat under Vigyan Prasar network of Government of
India, New Delhi under which students participate in Interactive Program of Vigyan Prasar,
Delhi, via Teleconference.
Objectives
The Computer Centre Keep in pace to covers all objectives as per UGC guidelines, to
provide a central facility with Network Server for all the students and staff of the University
including :
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Assisting faculty and research scholars of the university in analyzing data, etc.
Assisting various departments in the University in developing programs to
computerize their activities.
Conducting Short term Courses for the students and staff of the University.
Coordinating, maintaining and providing administration of Campus-Network
including Internet and allied Services.
Developing Softwares for private sector on commercial basis in accordance with the
rules/statutes/ordinance of the University. In this direction, one such ‘Front Office
Management Software’ has been developed and sold to a local entreprise “Hotel
Krishna”. Another MIS has been sold to “Phoenix Poultry” and a module to
BSNL, Jabalpur.
Maintaining the university web-site that was developed and launched by the Centre.
Assisting departments of the university in installing computing facilities. The
assistance is also provided to certain affiliated colleges.
Implementing on-line admission process from the session 2012-13 for courses being
run by the university teaching departments.
Initiating live web-cast of the proceedings of the 27th Convocation function. Such
service is being extended to university academic events such as National
Conferences etc.
Helping in on-line data collection for All India Survey of Higher Education
(AISHE), Department of Higher Education, Government of M.P.
Credentials
The last NAAC Committee, November 2002, showed great deal of interest in the
activities of Computer Centre and discussed at length about past, present and future of the
Centre. The team was visibly impressed as is evidenced in the relevant remarks in their report
on RDVV: “Most of the administrative and financial activities have been computerized and
the Computer Centre has developed packages relating to research in the University and two
commercial packages to meet the need of the local industries”.
The optimal use to which the computer facilities are put and the generation of
resources by the Centre has been noted by the Peer Team as a laudable effort in self reliance.
Future Plans
The Centre keeps in touch with the latest technological development in computer
science. It has an institutional membership of Computer Society of India, and organizes
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Seminars and discourses to keep its employees and students in pace equally with the new
updates. Besides, books and electronic literature on various subjects are also available. The
Computer Centre is in process of materializing following activities:
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Providing Wi-Fi connectivity in the university campus.
Implementing on-line fee collection module for the university.
Designing and organizing the various job oriented computer-based courses for
students.
Setting-up independent web-hosting server for various on-line activities and website maintenance.
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Cultural Cell
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
Cultural Cell
Youth Festival is a unique cultural event that is annually celebrated with boundless enthusiasm
and provides an opportunity to youth to display their rich
artistic talents, often nurtured hidden. It is an ideal medium to
achieve national and emotional integration and brotherhood
amongst the youth by bringing the diverse cultures of
different regions across the country. Association of Indian
Universities and Department of Youth Affairs and Sports,
Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India,
New Delhi, and Ministry of Higher education, Govt. of
Madhya Pradesh have jointly began youth festival from 1985
in their efforts to offer a platform to preserve the distinctive
talent of the rural areas.
As per the academic calendar of the Government of Madhya
Pradesh three tired competition are organized by the
university and the affiliated colleges (1) inter class (2) inter
collegiate (3) inter districts (university level) and
state level youth festival organize one of the state
university in every year. These events are organized
by Cultural Cell of Rani Durgavati University,
Jabalpur.
In the session 2013-14, as per the guidelines of M.P.
state government, Rani Durgavati University,
Jabalpur has organized the State level Youth Festival
between 12-14 Feb, 2014.
The events were not only organized successfully,
they were appreciated by the Principal secretary,
Higher Education, State government and the
University
won the first position in over all
competition In the session 2010-11, State Youth
Festival was organized by Devi Ahilya University,
Indore, there in, a group of seventy students of Rani
Durgavati University took part and secured the first
runners-up position. After the state level Youth
festival the Regional level and National level Youth
Festivals are organized by Association of Indian
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Cultural Cell
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
Universities (AIU). The team of 40 members of the Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur, took
part in the festival at Regional level. The participating students secured various positions in
different events during Regional level and National level.
In the Session 2009-10, National Youth Festival was held at M.D. University, Rohtak. Rani
Durgavati University was participated and secured positions in different events such as
elocution, one-act play and clay modeling.
In session 2011-12 national youth festival was held at RTM University, Nagpur and university
has won in rangoli competition. In session 2013-2014, National youth festival was held at
kurukshetra university, kurukshetra and university has won in the event one-act play and folk
Tribal Dance .
Prof. Surendra Singh, Dean, Students Welfare, and Dr. R.K. Gupta, in-charge of the
Cultural Cell, successfully organize and conduct the various activities of the cell.
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Day Care Centre
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
Day Care Centre
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Year of establishment: 11 October 2006.
Present faculty in-charge, Dr. (Mrs) Rajeshwari Rana.
Vision
A day care centre away from home which is truly child oriented, child centred and
child conscious where the child fulfils his/her cosmic task to develop himself into a human
being in accordance with his true nature.
Mission
To provide an environment which is created consciously, lovingly, deliberately,
intentionally and scientifically to help a child develop physically, socially emotionally and
intelligently.
Objective
To provide best possible homely care to the children
parents/scholars/students in pursuing their job and /or academic career.
of
working
Facilities
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Rooms: One hall and an office along with
some extra space for utility. Electric
power back up, AC, coolers, fans, etc.,
are available.
Room Amenities including Paintings,
charts or maps: Colourful displays,
charts, Palnas for infants, toys, maps,
models etc.
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Kitchen: One well equipped kitchen with all modern essential amenities, viz., LPG
Gas-stove, aqua guard, refrigerator, microwave oven, etc.
Facilities for Learning, Modeling and Toys: Centre is very well equipped with all the
basic things required to fulfil the needs of the growing children. Staff is highly
dedicated and supportive in providing assistance to the children towards learning,
developing, creating
Models of arts and crafts based creatures, fun with toys, drawing, painting, poem
reciting, etc.
Outdoor play garden size: Approx 1200 sq. ft.
Fixtures in the outdoor play: Slides, mary-go-round, swing.
Child Information Records
We keep current records of child and family information for each child enrolled in
the centre which includes:
 Each child's name, home address and birth date.
 Name, address and telephone number of each child's parents or guardian.
 Records of any medical, physical, developmental or emotionalconditions relevant to
the care of the child.
Records are updated as needed. It is in practice that they be updated at least
once in a year. When a designated person picks up a child, centres are advised to verify
each occurrence with the parent to ensure the individual is authorised to pick up the
child on that day.
Write up of Children:
 Care-providers Ratio: Children need adult attention to thrive. It implies that fewer
children per adult means each child is more likely to have the opportunity to gain one
on one attention. The child to care-provider ratio influences the quality care that
children receive. Lower child to
care-taker ratio is especially important for infants
and children below age three-years.
 For children below three-years 3:1
 For children above three-years: 5:1
 Write up on Relationship: The relationship between care provider staff and child may
be the most important characteristic of high quality care. Caregivers must spend time
with the children in their care. They should talk to the children in ways that are
informative, responsive and accepting. Such caretakers bend down to address children
face to face, seem genuinely concerned and interested, and listen carefully to what
children have to say. The working staff at the centre is highly dedicated and provides
maximum possible attention to the children.
 Record of Working Hours: Centre opens before the official working time and closes
after the Routine working hours, so that parents have an opportunity to access the
centre facility without difficulty in their daily academic/working schedule. It opens at
9.30 a.m. and closes at 6 p.m.
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Working days during the year
Centre opens on all official working days except holidays.
Feedback Records:
We take feedback in every six-month from the parents, whose children are staying in
the centre. Their feedback is analysed on the basis of a four-point scale set for ten
criterion. It is revealed from their feedback reports that they are extremely happy and
satisfied with the facilities and support provided to them by the centre. Parents consider
this place as a gift to them and as a dream home vis-a-vis an ideal place for their kids.
Every day they go to their work places with a sense of safety and peace in mind believing
that their child is in safe hands and happy environment.
Relationship with children parents and care-provider :
We believe that parents and caregivers play an important role in supporting children’s
healthy development. Development of a child starts with infancy and continues to adulthood.
The early years of life present a unique opportunity to lay the foundation for healthy
development. It is a time of maximum growth and of vulnerability and is divided into three
key areas. These include physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development. Activities and
experiences in early childhood (up to 6 years) play a major role in child development.
Physical development: Refers to physical body changes. It occurs in a relatively stable,
predictable sequence. It is orderly, not random.
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Gross motor skills: Children develop their large movement skills, control, coordination
and strength as they explore physical play such as running, climbing, balancing, jumping,
hopping, skipping, kicking, throwing and catching. Physical play helps children to
become confident in their movement skills, and to develop hand-eye and foot-eye
coordination.
Fine motor skills: Activities involving small, precise thumb, finger, hand and wrist
movements that require hand-eye coordinationdevelop fine motor skills such as
prehensile and pincer movements. Writing is an outcome of developed fine motor skills.
Social-emotional development: Learning to relate to others is social development.
Emotional development, on the other hand, involves feelings and expression of feelings.
Trust, fear, confidence, pride, friendship, and humour are all part of social-emotional
development.
Cognitive development: Oftencalled intellectual development includes Language,
thought, reasoning, and imagination. Identification, differentiation, sorting, pairing are
examples of cognitive tasks. Language and thought are also result of cognitive
development. These two skills are closely related. Both are needed for planning,
remembering, and problem solving. As children mature and gain experience with their
world, these skills develop.
Physical, social: Emotional and cognitive all three areas of development are linked to one
another. Development in one area can strongly influence another area. For instance
writing requires cognitive as well as fine motor skills. Language, part of cognitive
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development, is needed to communicate with others. It is also necessary for growing
socially and emotionally
"We believe that parents and caregivers play an important role in supporting children’s
healthy development".
Our approach, is that children have rights and should be given opportunities to develop
their potential. Children are believed “knowledge bearers”, so they are encouraged to
share their thoughts and ideas about everything they could meet or do during the day.
Methodology.
Children must have some control over the direction of their learning.
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Children must be able to learn through experiences of touching, moving, listening, seeing,
and hearing;
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Children must have a relationship with each other and with material items that he/she
must be allowed to explore, and
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Children must have endless ways and opportunities to express themselves.
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Devendra Boys Hostel
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
Devendra Boys Hostel
Devendra boys hostel is situated in the university campus consisting of 100 rooms with
the present occupancy of 120 students.
The ratio of SC, ST and OBC inmates is quite high and it is increasing every year.
Realizing the need of local area and to promote equality and quality education to every section
of population, the University Grant Commission granted a sum of rupees 75 lakhs to construct
a new block/ building with 25 rooms for boys under the 11th Five Year Plan. The new building
is under construction and likely to be operation in the new session beginning July 2014.
The construction of a new building of hostel for research scholar comprising of 28
rooms has been completed and the university will soon complete formalities for occupation.
Equipment for gym, Reading room material, Punch machine (identity and
movement monitor), solar panel of lighting and water, heating, computer, printer, scanner for
office work is under process of procurement.
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Engineering Section
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
Engineering Section
University campus was established in the year 1589. For the maintenance of movable
and unmovable properties present in the University campus, administration has appointed 1
maintenance gang, civil 2- maintenance gang, electricity, has been established. Looking at the
prime time, separate technical staff has been appointed for the maintenance of sufficient
number of employees and daily workers.
Since last 50 years duration, residential and departmental building has been
constructed, accordingly daily requirements like electricity, water, and sewage facility has
been elaborated. In this series, still the construction work is in progress. Looking at the present
conditions of building, the appointed workers in the gang have undertaken the developmental
work time to time. Presently only few workers have been left, in the gang and due to
governmental orders it is not possible to appoint the new workers. With the help o these
employees, repairing and protection of buildings as well as electricity and water supply are
being continuing in progress
Complete well planned University campus is been develop in aprrox. 100 acres of
areas under different schemes. At present, subordinates as long as in MCA building,
bioscience building, chemistry building, physics and electronics building, Matlding, Sarabhai
examination building, Rajshekar Bhavan, Yoga building, M.R.C building, Law building,
B.Ped building, currency building, as well as main administration building, boys hostel
building, girls hostel building, healthy centre building, guest house building, ACS building
ACS guest house building, central library building, wise and research scholar building, and
also vice chancellor residence , registrar residence as well as separate class wise aprrox. 110
residency of separate residential colony for teacher, officer, employee has been constructed
during the last year.
Presently under UGC grant scheme, science block building, arts block building, boys
hostel building, mutcout building, new girls hostel, staff quarters building, basic facility for
women building, new physical building (games), University main gate, University campus
boundary wall (100 cre), internal boundary wall of curi-curium department are being
ed
which is about to complete.
Road management: As per need, in the university campus different types of charcoal
and concrete (C.C) roads has been constructed from various departments to residential areas,
so that guests, teachers, officers and employees ge the easy and simple way to reach their
destination.
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Water management: The administration had supplied water facilities through 8 tube
wells which are connected with underground pipelines to above mentioned buildings and
residential areas.
Electricity management: University has managed its own electricity to all buildings
and residential campus. 100 acres campus has 8 transformers and 6 subdivision offices under
which University’s L.T. line and H.T. lines is used to provide electricity 250 separate poles
have been constructed to light up the University campus
Direction demonstrating boards: In University campus administrative as well as other
building’s way is shown through handwritten Direction demonstrating boards which helps
students and there guardians to move from one department to another according to there need.
Complaint board: boards demonstrating direction and anti ragging information have
been put in administrative building and all the teaching departments.
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Health Centre
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
Health Centre
Rani Durgawati University, Jabalpur
has an established health centre,
which is located near the UGC-ASC
Guest house. This University Health
Centre which was started in 1956 has
a separate building with a medical
officer
chamber,
superintendent
room,
store
room,
medicine
distribution room, sterilization room,
dressing room, lady physician room,
homeopathic room, patient waiting
room, court yard, etc. The health
centre provides its medical services to
university office staff, teachers and
their family members, and to
students.
Health Centre consist of all basic facilities along with medical officer, Homeopathic
Physicians, superintendent, compounder, clerk, Aaya, Peon, ward boy and a lady doctor.
Homeopathic dispensary also provides the medicines. Other than above facilities, ayurvedic
and yoga therapies arevalso available in the hospital centre. This centre is also equipped with
ECG and X-ray Machines. All the treatment are provided free of cost with free medicines.
Approximately 50 patients daily with 15 to 20 thousand patient yearly avails the benefit of
University health centre. This centre celebrates the “World Tobacco day” on 31 st May, “World
Health day” on 7 th April, “World Cancer day” on 4th February, “World Women Day” on 8 th
March, Children Day on 14th November, Homeopathic Day on 10th April, Ayurvedic day,
Dhanvantari Jayanti etc every year. The centre also conducts the free checkup camps and
organizes Health Seminar and conferences. Other hospital of Government and private are
associated with this centre to provide advanced facilities to the University fraternities.
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IT Infrastructure
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
IT Infrastructure
The computer centre of this university is nodal centre for managing the IT service for
the university. Currently, the centre is providing technical support to the various teaching and
administrative department of the university. With 1 Gbps connectivity; the computer centre
is managing and controlling the campus network service management for the university. The
centre is also providing training to the staff member of the University for effective use of
information and communication services in the university’s routine administrative and
technical service management
The university is in process to establish its own secured database and web servers. On
implementation of the same, the information will be accessible after proper authentication and
this will enhance the level of the information security.
Currently the university is availing 1Gbps leased line connectivity for its campus
network, provided under the National Mission on Education through Information and
Communication Technology (NMEICT) project of the central government, the NIC is
implementing security measures. Soon the centre is going to establish its own dedicated mail,
web and database servers for providing variety of services to all associated people/institution
with the university.
At present, NIC is implementing security services with minimum risk. Besides the
software maintenance support, the NIC is also taking care of Juniper Router etc. provided
under the scheme.
The computer centre/teaching departments and administrative department are
managing and optimizing the purchase, deployment, maintenance, utilization, and disposal of
software applications within the organization.
The university is encouraging the use of open source software and resources in its
routine administrative, training and teaching activities.
The green computing environment at the university level is among the main objectives
of the university. In this regards university is trying to implement it, by acquiring LCD, LEC
and low power consumption devices for computing lab. The university is also in process of
dispose of old and dumped equipments, this will protect from the harms of lead, mercury,
cadmium and brominates flame retardants, which are used in printed circuit boards, monitor,
chip resistors and semiconductors etc.
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Number of systems with individual configuration are :
Approximate 250 desktop with recent configuration (p5/i3/i5 processor), available for
use in the various teaching and administrative department of the university.
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Computer Student ratio: Approximate: In Science department is 1:5. In other
departments 1:8. To provide maximum computing time to the students, departments
are making batches for lab facility.
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Almost all the departments have the LAN facility and these are part of the university’s
campus network.
Number of nodes/computers with internet facility:
More than 200 computers are connected with 1 Gbps campus network service.
The university has successfully implemented the on-line admission module and online
examination application form submission, internal marks submission etc will be implemented
from the current session.
The upgradation of desktop machine with recent hardware configuration, establishment
of own mail, web and IVRS, database servers to serve the student in more effective and secure
manner is in progress.
The university is also encouraging the use of virtual learning
environment. The staff members of computer centre and other teaching departments is
providing information regarding the on-line teaching and research material to the teachers
participating in the orientation/refresher courses. The university has provided links for the eresources available under the Information and Library Network (INFLIBNET) and Sakshat
web portal of the government on the university web-site. Almost all the teachers are guiding to
the students/research scholars/others via e-mail, video conferencing etc.
Almost all the departments are equipped with ICT-enabled teaching facility for
assisting teachers students interaction in much more effective manner.
The campus network facilitates the teacher/scholars for accessing E-journals and Eresources provided by the UGC, Information and Library Network (INFLIBNET) and other
government and non government agencies.
This initiative is helping the teachers in
enhancing their quality of research and teaching.
Almost all the teaching departments are equipped with ICT enabled facilities, which is
available for training and teaching purposes. Besides this, the academic staff college and
computer centre of the university are also supporting the University teaching departments for
ICT enabled teaching environment.
Currently university teachers and students are using multimedia presentation for their
academic presentation. The university is planning to establish a fully equipped professional
studio for production of e-contents.
The university awards annual maintenance contract as per the financial and
administrative guideline and norms of the university.
This university is a member institution of National Mission on Education through
Information and Communication Technology (NMEICT) and under the project the university
is availing 1 GBPS connectivity for its campus networking. The teacher, students and research
scholars are availing such facilities as per the policies of scheme.
In future the university will provide the e-lectures/e-courses of the university teachers
via server facility. Resulting e-contents via-internet will be available as per their user’s
convenience.
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Edusat Satellite Interactive Terminal of Vigyan Prasar, Department of Science and
Technology at Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur
The computer centre is a Nodal Centre of Vigyan Prasar, Department of Science and
Technology to facilitate the interactive learning in virtual environment. The Vigyan Prasar
communicates to all its nodal centre regarding the proposed transmission schedule and
according the students/scholars are invited to participate in these interactive programme.
Almost all the programmes are activity based and centre provides required material to perform
the live experiments.
The Edusat Satellite Interactive Terminal of this university has secured first position in
the National Science Quiz Competition organized by Vigyan Prasar, Department of Science
and Technology, New Delhi.
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Juniper Router M 10i and 19U Rack
Installed at the Computer Centre
http://www.inflibnet.ac.in/econ/eres.php?memID=88
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Kasturba Girls Hostel
The girls hostel of Rani Durgavati University was established in 1963 with just a single
student occupant. Now, it has 80 rooms in two floors with all required facilities, located within
the campus of the University. This hostel is one of the biggest Girls Hostels of any of
university in the Mahakaushal region. The hostel is
home for female students hailing from seven
nearby districts mostly of tribal belongings. The
University is nearly 3 kilometers from the Jabalpur
Railway Station and nearly 6 kilometers from the
old bus station. There is excellent bus and auto
facility.
With the increase in demand and the necessity, the
University had approved another girls hostel that is
about to complete in next a few months. This hostel
will have well furnished 31 rooms.
In a campus of 24,000 sq. ft., the girls hostel is constructed in 2 blocks, each having two
floors. There are a total of 80 rooms (3.37 × 3.67 sq. mt. each) in these two blocks. Each room
is shared by 2 girls. All the floors have got 10 sets of common bathrooms and lavatory situated
on the corners of each floor. Within the campus of hostel there is a courtyard and Garden in
front of the hostel which is also in the periphery of the campus. Besides, the hostel has a
reception hall (7.5 × 10.57 sq mt.); sets of bathrooms on each floor (10; 7.89 × 4.43 sq mt.);
lavatory (12; 7.89 × 4.43 sq mt.); kitchen (5 × 3.48 sq mt.); utility room (7.5 × 2.0 sq. mt.);
store (2.28 × 1.8 sq. mt.); courtyard (30 × 50 sq. ft.); dining hall (11 × 7.5 sq. mt.) and reading
rooms (2; 3.37 × 3.67 sq mt). The hostel is covered from all the sides with 6 feet high
boundary wall and 3 feet barbed wire fence is over this boundary wall. The main entrance has
a security office with security guards. The annual fee is Rs. 4,000 each student/year. There is
additional charge of Rs. 1,015 per month for daily breakfast, lunch, tea in the evening and
dinner.
The facilities provided in the girls hostel consist of the following. Wooden single bed; study
table with book shelf and Chair; cupboard with lock and Key; room fans; separate bath and
toilet with sanitary fittings; dressing mirror with drawers; mattress with covers; and hot water
supply between 6:30 am to 8:30 am. Other Facilities include cold water coolers with purifiers
on both ground and first floors of each blocks; reading room facility; TV in entertainment
room with cable connection; cleaning of rooms by female housekeeping person; facility of
daily local and national news papers; round the clock electricity and water supply; security
services with security office on the entrance gate; availability of medical doctor between 6:30
am to 7:30 pm; separate mess facility with unlimited food of breakfast and dinner; indoor
games – carom, chess, table tennis, Yoga Facility; outdoor games- badminton; general store
facility for necessary provisionary items, tea and coffee; laundry facility availability between
6:30 to 9:00 pm; provision of receiving mails, couriers and parcels. There is provision of pest
control in rooms and outside area; and space for two wheeler parking. The Hostel has a lady
Superintendent residing on campus. A dispensary is situated in front of the Hostel block.
Every evening a short assembly is conducted by the inmates.
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Macromolecular Research Centre
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Macromolecular Research Centre (MRC)
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Year of establishment: 1989
Faculty to which the Department is attached: Faculty of Science
Names of programmes offered:
The Centre offeres doctoral research programme leading to the award of Ph.D. degree. The
subject combinations include M.Sc. (Chemistry / Physics) (With Polymer Chemistry/
Organic Chemistry / Material Science/ Condensed Matter Physics)/ M.Tech. ( Material
Science/ Plastic/Polymer Technology).

Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved:
Macro Molecular Science is a interdisciplinary subject and students with M.Sc./ M.Tech
degrees in subjects M.Sc. (Chemistry / Physics) (With Polymer Chemistry/ Organic
Chemistry / Material Science/ Condensed Matter Physics)/ M.Tech.( Material Science/
Plastic/Polymer Technology) have obtained / worked for Ph.D. degree in Macro Molecular
Science at the centre
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Examination System: The Centre has only Ph.D. programme.
Faculty profile:
The Centre has no regular post on administrative level. Professor J.M. Keller (Ph.D. in physics) is
Director-in-Charge of the Centre. He has over thirty years of teaching and research experience on
material science/solid State Physics, and Electronics. In last four years, he guided five Ph.D.
students from the Centre.
Programme-wise ratio of teachers to students
Programme
Total No. of
students
Ph.D.
05
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Total No. of faculty
engaged
Ratio of teachers to
students
% of workload taken by
Guest Faculty
01
1:5
0%
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies:
Polymer for energy conversion systems
Polymer composite materials
Polymer for electronic technology
Polymer for gas separation
Polymer for high energy applications
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international
funding agencies and c) Total grants received:
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On-going Projects:
Name of
Investiga
Sponsorin
Title of the Project
tor
1
Outlay
Duratio
g
Authority
Rs. (Lakhs)
n
Dr. J.M.
Study of Effect of Radiation on the
UGC-
Salary of one Research
2009-
Keller
Metalloide
incorporated
DAE
Scholar (Senior) and
2014
Polymeric high temperature resistance
CSR
consumable and
/
Oxide
flexible nano composite thin films for
contingency grant of
micro electronics applications
Rs. 25000 p.a.
Total Outlay, Rs. (lakh)

Projects completed:
Name of
Investiga
tor
Title of the Project
Sponsor
ing
Authori
ty
Outlay
Duration
Rs. (Lakhs)
1
Dr. J.M.
Keller
Nanoscopically manipulated Metalloid
oxide polymer High Temperature
Resistive Flexible Thin Films with
graded functionalities for TFT’s
applications
SSPL
New
Delhi
34.99
2008-2010
2
Dr. J.M.
Keller
Study of Radiation Effect on
biocompatible polymer blends of poly
(vinyl alcohol) Poly (L-lactic acid)
(PLLA)/polyglycolic acid/hydroxalate
UGCDAE
CSR
All expenses to be
borne by funding
Agency out of CRS
project grant
2009-2012
3
Dr. J.M.
Keller
Study of Effect of Radiation on the
Metalloide/Oxide incorporated
Polymeric high temperature resistance
flexible nano composite thin films for
micro electronics applications
UGCDAE
CSR
Salary of one
Research Scholar
(Senior) and
consumable and
contingency grant
2009-2014
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of Rs. 25000 p.a.
Total Outlay, Rs. (lakh)
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List Research facility/centre with State recognition, National recognition:
Following major research facilities are available in the Centre.
 Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometer- Perkin Elmer
 UV/VIS P Spectrometer of Perkin Elmer
 Thermal Analyzer
 TGA (Thermo gravimetric Analyzer of Perkin Elmer
 TMA( Thermo mechanical Analyzer of Perkin Elmer
 UTM ( Universal Testing Machine) of Instran, UK
 Mechanical Testing Machine ( Indian)
 Gas Chromatograph (Perkin Almer)
 CHN Analyzer (Perkin Almer)
 Photo – Irradiation and Electrochemical Devices ( Photo Physics)
 HDT ( Heat Distortion Temperature)
 Vacuum coating units (Joel)
 Controlled ATM Multipurpose Furnace(VICO)
 Brookfield Viscometer
 High Pressure Reactor
 Impact Tester
 Micro-balace
 Hydrolic Hot Press
 Heavy Duty Oven
 Hardness Tester
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Publications:
Publications in peer reviewed journals (national/international):
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1.
A.K. Patel, R. Bajpai, J.M. Keller, On the crystallinity of PVA/palm leaf biocomposite
using DSC and XRD techniques, Microsystem Technologies, 20,41-49, 2014.
2.
P.K. Dubey, R. Bajpai, & J.M. Keller, Preparation, Microhardness Characterization on
Untreated & Treated with Electric stressed samples on the Inorganic Tunable laser Dye
Rhodamine doped PMMA, International J. of Engg.Res.,2(2), 176, 2013.
3.
P.K. Dubey, R. Bajpai, & J.M. Keller, Nano and Microstructural Characterization, and
effect of Elecrical stress on Micro- hardness of laser dye Rh(6G) doped PMMA,
International J.of Sci.Engg. & Technol., 1(3)(2012)114-116.
4.
A.K. Gupta, P.R. Patel, S.K. Kurmvanshi, R. Bajpai, J.M. Keller, S.K. Nema,
Preparation of PMR+ PAN resin matrix and its studies on carbon fiber reinforced
composite: Hydraulic, chemical, and temperature stability, Journal of Applied Polymer
Science 126 (5), 1794-1794, 2012.
5.
S.K. Kurmvanshi, P.R. Patel, A.K. Patel, R. Bajpai, J.M. Keller,
Polyimide/Tetraethoxysilane-based hybrid polyfilms for microelectronics application,
Microsystem technologies 18 (5), 603-611,2012.
6.
A.K. Patel, R. Bajpai, J.M. Keller, A. Saha ,Preparation and Characterization of Palm
Leaf Incorporated Polyvinyl Alcohol Bio Composites, AIP Conference Proceedings
1393, 151, 2011.
7.
A.K. Patel, R. Bajpai, J.M. Keller, B. Kumari, V. Vatsal, A. Saha, Structural,
morphological and micromechanical studies on fly ash reinforced PMMA composites,
Microsystem technologies 17 (12), 1755-1762, 2011.
8.
A. Tiwari, A.K. Gupta, R. Bajpai, J.M. Keller, Open circuit thermally stimulated
discharge current measurement on PMMA: PEMA: PVDF ternary blends, Indian
Journal of Physics 85 (11), 1581-1590, 2011.
9.
A.K. Gupta, A. Tiwari, R. Bajpai, J.M. Keller, Short circuit thermally stimulated
discharge current measurement on PMMA: PEMA: PVDF ternary blends, Materials
Sciences and Applications 2(8), 1041-1048, 2011
10.
A.K. Gupta, R. Bajpai, J.M. Keller, Transient charging and discharging current study
in pure PVF and PVF/PVDF fluoro polyblends for application in microelectronics,
Bulletin of Materials Science 34 (1), 105-112, 2011.
11.
P.K. Dubey, R. Bajpai, J.M. Keller, Microstructural, surface morphological and microhardness analysis and characterization of laser dye Rhodamine (Rh6G) doped PMMA
polymeric matrices, International Journal of Polymer Analysis and Characterization 16
(1), 9-23, 2011.
12.
A. Tiwari, A.K. Gupta, R. Bajpai, J.M. Keller, Structural and mechanical studies of insitu generated poly (vinylidene fluoride) particle comprising poly (ethylmethacrylate)
and poly (methylmethacrylate) ternary films, Polymer-Plastics Technology and
Engineering 49 (6), 573-580, 2010.
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13.
A.K. Gupta, S.K. Kurmvanshi, R. Bajpai, J.M. Keller,In situ generated
ydroxyl‐terminated polybutadiene nanoparticles in polyimide films, Advances in
Polymer Technology, 28 (1), 48-59, 2009.
14.
C. Kundnani, A.K. Gupta, M. Arya, D. Shrivastava, P. Aseri, J.M. Keller, R. Bajpai,
Study of fluorescent nanoparticle comprising iron DMAc complex embedded within
polyimide matrix, Polymer Engineering & Science 49 (5), 977-983, 2009.
15.
A.Tiwari, A.K. Gupta, R. Bajpai and J.M. Keller New Approach to Study StructureProperty Relationship using Micromechanical Technique on Electrically Stressed
Ternary Blends, International Journal of Polymers & Technologies, Vol.1, No.2-3, 8999, 2009.
16.
D. Shrivastava, A.K. Gupta, R. Bajpai and J.M. Keller, Synthesis and study of microstructure properties of SiO2 incorporated polyimide based high temperature resistive
nano composite films, Materials Science An Indian Journal, 5 (3), 184-192, 2009.
Number listed in International Database (Scopus)
>200
Citation Index – range/average (Google Search)
40-1510/540
SNIP
0.14-2.0
SJR
0.14-1.8
Impact Factor – range/average (Scopus)
0.5-4.6/3
h-index - range/average (Google Scholar)
1-11/8
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Areas of consultancy and income generated: The Centre provides voluntary
consultancy services.

Faculty selected nationally/internationally to visit other laboratories/institutions/
industries in India and abroad
Prof. J.M. Keller. Visited Indian Institute of Science Bangalore and underwent Training of High
Vacuum Techniques, Dec, 28, 1984- Jan 11, 1985; Visited Bhabha Atomic Research Centre,
Bombay and underwent training in UHV Technology, June 18- July 12, 1985; Indian Institute of
Science Bangalore, attended Workshop on Thick and Thin Film Hybrid Micro electronics, Oct.
12-27, 1986; Western Regional Instrumentation Centre, Bombay University Bombay and
participated in Introductory Course on use of Micro Computers, April 27- 8 May 1987;
International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy and participated in Workshop on
Material Science and Physics and Non-conventional Energy Sources, Aug. 26- Sept. 18, 1987;
Physics Department, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay and attended International
College on Electronic Properties of Condensed Matter Physics, Dec. 1-15, 1988; International
Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy and participated in Working Party on “Fracture
Physics” May 29 July- 8, 1989; Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan, July 7-11, 1991 participated
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and presented paper in the International Conference on Properties and Applications of
Dielectric Materials (ICPADM-91); Tongji University, Shanghai China, Sept. 25-30, 1996
participated and presented paper in the 9th International Symposium on Electrets (ISE 9);
Tongji University, Shanghai China, Sept. 25-30, 1996 participated and presented paper in the
9th International Symposium on Electrets (ISE 9).
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Faculty serving in
g)
National committees
Prof. J.M. Keller was subject expert in Peer Review Committee on Nuclear Biological
Chemical (NBC) Defence Technologies (Rs. 300 Crores) Research Project of D.R.D.O., New
Delhi, 16th October, 2007; was advisor for subject Electronics of the Journal Indian Research
Communication an Official Publication of The Research Promoting and Communication
Society, Indore (M.P.) ISSN : 0973-9661
h)
International committees
Presently there is no formal participation in international committees.

Student projects: The pre-Ph.D. programme is run in collaboration with the Physics
Department of this university. All projects that are part of mandatory course work are
carried out in the Physics Department.
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Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national
international) with details of outstanding participants, if any:
Many scientist / dignitaries like Prof. Gillman, Germany, Prof. Vansant Gowarikar, Dr.
S. K. Raza, DRDE, Gwalior, Prof Veena Choudhar, IIT, New Delhi have visited the
center and delivered lectures/ talk. In collaboration with Academic Staff College, the
Centre also participated in organizing Refresher Courses for college teachers.

Code of ethics for research followed by the departments
The department place high concern for anti-plagiarism in research papers and
thesis/dissertation. The department follows a voluntary exercise of open presentation of
results before submission of paper for publication or thesis supplication.
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Programme-wise demand ratio
Name of the Programme
Ph.D.
Applications
received
06
Selected
Pass percentage
Male
Female
Male
Female
03
03
100
100
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Diversity of students:
Name of the % of students from % of students from other % of students from % of students from
Programme
the same
universities within the universities outside Other countries
university
State
the State
Ph.D.
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100%
0%
0%
0%
How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations,
NET, SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise
(last four years)?
Good number of students of department appear in NET and GATE examinations (SET being
not conducted since a long time) after passing the final examination. A complete record of
students who cleared the above examinations is not available. Nevertheless, in recent past
two students cleared the Central/State services examinations. A good number of students got
selected for defence services/ civil services/Banking services, and cleared other competitive
examinations.
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Student progression: The Centre conducts only Ph.D. studies. So far, no student has
offered to register for postdoctoral research.

Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities with regard to
m) Library
Department maintains a separate library that has over 2000 titles of postgraduate/reference
books, and back volumes of journals. On-line access to e-journals and books is available in
every research laboratory/faculty chamber through INFLIBNET service of the UGC.
n) Internet facilities for staff and students

o) Total number of class rooms
01
q) Class rooms with ICT facility
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r)
Students’ laboratories
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s)
Research laboratories
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t)
Number of computer systems/with individual configuration
04
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List of doctoral, post-doctoral students and Research Associates
a) From the host institution/university
Dr Anurendra Patel, SRF
b) From other institutions/universities
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None.

List the distinguished alumni of the department:
a.
Dr. Atul Tiwari, Hawaii Corrsion Lab, Honolulu, USA
b.
Dr. Manoj Guptam, ScientistUPL, Ankleshwer
c.
Dr. Sudhir Nema, Duty Director, Plasma Research Lab, Gandhi nagar
d.
Dr. Manisha Giri Goswami, Scientist, CPET, Bhuwneshwar
e.
Dr. Pusp raj Patel, Scientist, National Test House, Mumbai
f.
Dr. Madhulika Arya, Archilogical Survey of India, India
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Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
seminar) involving external experts (last four years) None

List the teaching/training methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes:
Audio/visual devices are used for simulations in order to explain the subject matter in
an interesting and simpler manner. Demonstrations are done to show the working of
sophisticated instruments.
Assignments, projects and operation of instruments such as lathe machine, glass
blowing soldering designing circuits etc. are other methods used to train and make the
students familiar with the apparatus and get experimental practice.

How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?
Time bond research projects from agencies like DST, DRDO, SSPL etc have been
taken up and completed successfully in time

Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities
There is regular participation in activities involving sports, gardening and green environment
maintenance.

Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department:
New technologies deployed by the department in enhancing student learning and evaluation
during the last four years Practices to encourage and monitor graduate aptitudes (academic
abilities, personal qualities and transferable skills among students) – with some example.

Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge,
basic or applied:
Macro Molecular assembly of Polymer Poly imide (PI) is associated with various
advantages such as high glass transition temperature( Tg) , High thermal stability and
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high mechanical strength. The presence of reactive functionalities on the PI back bone
make it the material of choice for multi functional applications ranging from aero space
to modern electronics/ micro electronics. MRC
has undertaken detailed
characterization of this polymer with regard to its physical and chemical properties.
These efforts have helped in making significant contribution in the direction of
development of photo functional characteristics in transparent thin films, with PI
matrix and incorporated with various inorganic metal oxide as dispersed phase, for
flexible solar cell applications. Such films with conducting / semi conducting
properties have also been developed for Thin Film Transistors ( TFTs ) applications

Detail major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department.
Strengths.
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State-of-the-art research facilities.
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Theoretical and practical knowhow of Centre on polymers technologies.
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A full-fledged research centre with recognition of national funding agencies.
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Proven record of interdisciplinary research, and technology development.
Weaknesses.
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No permanent appointment of research faculty.

Moderate funding for maintenance of instrumental facilities.

Dependence on partner laboratories for field testing.
Opportunities.

Collaboration with active research faculties of Physics and Chemistry departments
of this University and Government Model Science College, Jabalpur.

Constant input of young and enthusiastic postgraduates.
Challenges.

Support of Centre by research projects.
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Prospective collaboration with national/international laboratories.
Future plans of the department
Macro Molecular Research Centre ( MRC) enjoys the status of center/ department in
the faculty of science. The center undertakes programmes with system approach and
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the R&D package with well defined delineated responsibilities to its various entities
enabling delivery of the desire goods and know how to sponsors. MRC intiates and
result oriented research programmes of both long and short terms objectives with a
view to deliver optimal utilization of capabilities in terms of its facilities as well as
expertise being generated in various facetics of polymer science and technology.
Programm sponsored by agencies, DST, DRDO, ISRO, SSP have been taken up and
sucessusfully in time.
Generation of own funds through fullest utilization of technical expertise and
intrumental facilities is the guiding philosophy of the center. New projects will
certainly be sanctioned to the Centre by the above mentioned other agencies
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National Service Scheme
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National Service Scheme (NSS)
NSS in Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur, started initially on 24 Sept. 1972 in 04
Colleges (Govt. M.H. Ho me Science
College, Kesarwani College Jabalpur,
Govt. Engineering College, Hitkarini
College) involving 400 volunteers. The
scheme has grown over the years and is
functional with full swing today with an
involvement of more than 18,000
volunteers spread over in 185 Colleges
and +2 Schools. The efforts of NSS
volunteers have been widely acclaimed
by the community, universities, colleges
and general public for their selfless
services to the cause of society.
The main aims and objectives of NSS is Community Service through Education and
Education through Community Service. The specific objectives are

Understand the community in which they work

Understand themselves in relation to their community

Identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problemsolving

Develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility

Utilize their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community
problems

Develop competence required for group-living and sharing of responsibilities

Gain skills in mobilizing community participation

Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes

Develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters and
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Practice national integration and social harmony
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Activities and Achievements (5 Year)
Year/level
2008-09
Achievements
National
Indira Gandhi National NSS Award
Name of the Achiever
State
M.P.State NSS Award
Nitin Parochi (Volunteer)
2009-10
National
State
Indira Gandhi National NSS Award
M.P.State NSS Award
2010-11
National
Indira Gandhi National NSS Award
Ku. Neha Jain (Volunteer)
Dr. Sanjay Kumar Awasthi (Coordinator)
Pooja Nagle (Volunteer)
Vaibhav Tamrakar (Volunteer)
Devanshu Goutam (Volunteer)
State
M.P.State NSS Award
National
Indira Gandhi National NSS Award
State
M.P.State NSS Award
National
Indira Gandhi National NSS Award
State
M.P.State NSS Award
2011-12
2012-13
Ku. Meher Prabha (Volunteer)
Dr. Prashant Selot (Dist. Organizer )
Ku. Meher Prabha (Volunteer)
Narwada Singh (Volunteer)
Ravindra Vishwakarma (Volunteer)
Dr. Anand Singh Rana (Dist. Organizer )
Rahul Rajak (Volunteer)
Vikas Pandey (Volunteer)
Shikha Kushwaha (Volunteer)
Dr. R.S. Baghel (Programme Officer )
Dr. Kadambini Mishra (Programme Officer )
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Left, Indira Gandhi NSS National Award presentation to Mr. Devanshu Goutam; right,
Republic day parade, 2014, participation of Ms. Meher Prabha Markam.
National participation: Republic Day Parade Group.
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Programme
Coordinators
in Rani
Durgavati
University,
Jabalpur
Coordinator
Prof. Ajay Chouhan
From
1972
To
1974
Dr. Ravi Tripathi
Prof. Ajay Chouhan
Prof. H.P. Varma
1975
1978
1982
1977
1982
1984
Prof. Yogesh Upreet
Prof. Suresh Kumar Bharti
Dr. Sanjay Kumar Awasthi
1985
1993
2007
1993
2007
2012
Prof. Ashok Kumar Marathe
2012
Till
District Organizer: NSS Under Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur
District
District Organizer
Jabalpur
Dr, Anand Singh Rana
Mandla
Dr. Manjari Guru
Narsinghpur
Dr. R. K. Acharya
Katni
Dr. V. K. Dwivedi
Dindori
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Balaghat
Dr. Y. B. Kasbe
Seoni
Dr. B.C. Ukey
NSS Units in Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur
District
No. of Units and Volunteers
Schools
College
Total
Jabalpur
Institutions
36
Units
47
Volunteer
4700
Institutions
27
Units
28
Volunteer
2800
Institutions
68
Units
75
Volunteer
7500
Mandla
06
07
700
16
18
1600
22
25
2300
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Narsinghpur
Katni
Dindori
Balaghat
Seoni
08
11
02
09
09
10
12
02
10
10
950
1200
200
950
950
13
08
01
09
09
13
09
01
09
09
1250
800
100
900
900
21
19
03
18
18
23
21
03
19
19
2200
2000
300
1850
1850
Future Plans
The NSS group has future planning of increasing the registration number of volunteers up to
25,000, and to participate in various service events locally, and at district, state and national
level. It also plans to to organize drives on Health Awareness, Free Health Check-up, and
campuses on gender sensitization, girls eduction, female child security, blood donation, pulse
polio vaccination, dental checkup, skin diseases prevention, wild-life protection, and
environmental pollution and its abatement. Many of these drives have emphasis on increased
participation of women volunteers.
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Proctorial Board
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
Proctorial Board
Rani Durgavati University has Proctorial Board constituted under Regulation No. 121. As per
the provision, the vice Chancellor of the university constitutes the Board consisting of Proctor who is
a Professor or Head of Teaching Department of University, Two Assistant Proctors other than a
Professor, and one lady teacher. The Board once constituted shall act for duration of three years. The
Vice Chancellor has the power to substitute any member to the Board at any time. The following are
the obligations of theProctorial Board.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
All powers in connection with maintenance of discipline among the students in the University
Teaching Department shall be exercised by the Board subject to the control of the Vice
Chancellor.
The Board shall hold enquiry and propose disciplinary action against the students of
University Teaching Department, both resident and non-resident, for their acts of misbehavior, mis-conduct or acts which are unbecoming for a student in the University Campus
or outside the campus of the University.
The Board shall take appropriate action on the complaint lodged by any responsible official or
constituted authority against any student of the University.
The Proctorial Board shall have power to deliver formal cautions.
The Board shall have powers to impose penalty up to Rs. 50 on any student found guilty for
his/her act against discipline.
The Board shall have power to recommend to the Vice Chancellor any imposition of penalties
for more than Rs. 50 or rustication/expulsion of a student from the University.
The Proctorial Board was constituted on 3/10/2012 with reference to Estab./2012/1034 at
3/10/2012 by Vice-Chancellor of the University with Professor R.K. Yadav as Proctor, Prof B.K. Sahu as
Assistant Proctor, Prof. S. S. Sandhu as Assistant Proctor and Dr. Mamta Rao as Assistant Proctor.
Since then there were 6 regular and emergent meeting to address different issues of discipline in
Boys and Girls Hostels. The issues are settled with consensus of Proctorial Board. The proceedings of
the meeting are as follows:
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Skill Development Centre
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
Skill Development Centre
The main objective of the Skill Development Centre is to equip the students with the
technological familiarities and updated knowledge, a skil development centre has also been
established b y the university under the
directive of government of Madhya
Pradesh on Feb. 8, 2013 nominating to
Prof. Surendra Singh and Dr. A.K. Gupta
as Nodal Officer and Assistant Nodal
Officer respectively.
A separate office with a Lab, Classroom, office and other essential facilities
has been established. The registration
process with NCVT is in process.

Identification of Centre under the
NSSDS and TISS, Mumbai
The R. D. University has been identified
under the national services and skill
development scheme (NSSDS) to run
various skill development course in
coordination with Tata Institute of Social
Science, Mumbai on the initiative of Ministry of Youth Affairs and sports, Govt. of India ,
New Delhi as pilot project study for 2013-2016.
In this pilot phase three centers have been selected to impart the vocational training mainly
targeting the students from SC, ST and OBC population. The training programmes
commenced from June, 2013 to train 3000 students in this initial phase. The TISS
representative in coordination with SDC, R.D. University has already been initiated the
activities.
For effective implementation of the NSSDS programme, the Government of Madhya Pradesh
has constituted a coordination committee of the following;

Vice chancellor, R.D. University, Jabalpur

Registrar, R.D. University, Jabalpur

Dean, Student Welfare, R.D. University, Jabalpur

Director, Swami Vivekanand Career Yojana, Indore - Member
-
Chairman
Member Secretary
- Member
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
Coordinator, N.S.S., R.D. University, Jabalpur

Additional Director, Higher Education, Jabalpur

Project Member nominated by the TISS, Mumbai
The R.D. University is one of the nine universities of the country, which has been selected
for pilot project (2013-2016). We are sure that these development training initiatives will give
much more confidence and practical exposure to the students. This add-o skill with traditional
degrees will enhance the employment opportunities especially in the industries and other
sectors.
Some Initiatives under skill Development Cell (SDC) are given below;
The centre conducted a workshop on “skill development and Centre opportunities” on
March 17, 2013, first time in the state of Madhya Pradesh, Dr. Aditya Lunawat, Director.
Swami Vivekanand career Guidance Cell, Indore, was present as chief guest of function.
Nearly 200 participants including teachers were present in the workshop.
The centre has also conducted a two day workshop on “employment generation through
Entrepreneurship development” during April 26-27, 2013. a number of dignitaries from
Government and industries attended and addressed to the participants. Some renowned
personalities of Mahakoshal region, who addressed the participants, are

Dr. Aditya Lunawat, Director, Swami Vivekanand Career Guidance Cell, Indore

Dr. Jitendra Jamdar, Orthopedics Surgeon and M>D> of Jamdar Hospital Pvt. Limited,
Jabalpur.

Shri rem Dube, President,Chamber of Commerce, Jabalpur.

Smt. Archna Bhatanagar, Chairperson, MAWE.

Dr, Anil Dhagat, Director, Gyan Ganga College of management, Jabalpur
Nearly 200 teachers, students have shown their interest for the participation in the proposed
programme

Event organized by SDC-TISS
 Workshop on “ Skill development and career opportunities ” on March 16, 2013
 Workshop on “Employment Generation through Entrepreneurship development”
during April 26-27, 2013
 Workshop on the occasion of “ World environmental day June 5, 2013”
 Meeting of principle regarding the implementation of courses in the presence of Dr.
Aditya Lunawat- Director, Shri. Mohd Tarique- TISS, Prof. Surendra Singh- Nodal
officer, Dr. A> K> Marathe- NSS Coordinater, Dr. Lokesh Shrivastav
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 Training of trainers (ToT) on English communication IN EFLU Hyderabad from 2 dec
to 7 dec, 2013. five participants from Jabalpur took part in the ToT
 State level inauguration of national university students’ skill development programme
on June 20,2014
 Training of trainers (ToT) on motivating youth of skill building courses on 20 th and
21st January, 2014
 Training of trainers (ToT) on financial literacy, 20 th February to 21st February, 2014
 Motivating youth for skill building classes, with 35 students from 10 th February,, 2014
to 22nd February 2014
 Motivating youth for skill building classes, with 35 students from 3rd march to 13th
march students, 2014
 Motivating youth for skill building classes, with 20 students from 4 th march to 26th
march, 2014
 Motivating youth for skill building classes, 26th February to 26th march, 2014 with 44
students for two batches in Mahakoshal art’s and commerce (AUTO) college, Jabalpur
 Motivating youth for skill building classes, started 12 February to 17 th march, 2014
With 72 students for two batches at Rani Durgavati P.G. college, Mandla

Ongoing Programmes
 Financial literacy courses, started on 7th April, 2014 with 40 students in R.D.V.V.
Jabalpur
 Financial literacy courses, started on 17th April, 2014 with 50 students in Mahakoshal
art’s and commerce (AUTO) college, Jabalpur

Future Courses of Action
 Financial literacy courses is going to start at Rani Durgavati P.G. college, Mandla from
24th april, 2014
 Second round of English ToT at EFLU Hyderabad, is going to be held from 28 th April
to 4th May, 2014
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Sport Complex
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
Sports Complex
The University Department of Physical Education as a central facility is responsible for
organization of sports activities for the University students as a whole which includes:Standard playing fields, gymnasium with indoor facilities i:e multy-gym, judo and wrestling
hall, weight lifting and power lifting hall, table tennis and badminton hall, aerobics hall,
separate changing and wash room for boys, girls and teachers, qualified coaches and training
equipments for all students.
 Organization of Inter Collegiate Divisional & Inter Divisional and Inter District, Inter
Divisional & State Level competitions in various games & sports as per State Govt.
Department of Higher Education and A.I.U. New Delhi.
 Selection and Training of University Teams for Inter University competitions.
 Participation of University Teams in Inter University competitions at zonal and inter zonal
competitions.
 Participations of University Teams in various state level competitions.
 Organization of zonal and inter zonal all competitions.
 Organization of training and coaching of students of various college/school/of Jabalpur in
selected sports activities.
 Organization of Inter Collegiate, Divisional Level & State Level Competitions.
Though various inter collegiate competitions are organized by various colleges, at district
level. The track and field (Athletics) and other competitions not included in state sports
calendar are organized by the University Department of Physical Education competitions in
the following sports activities are organized by the University.
Athletics (Track & Field)
(Men/Women)
Handball
(Men/Women)
Wrestling
(Men/Women)
Football
(Men/Women)
Volleyball
(Men/Women)
Hockey
(Men/Women)
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Judo
(Men/Women)
Basketball
(Men)
Cricket
(Men)
Badminton
(Men/Women)
Boxing
(Men)
Cross Country Races
(Men/Women)
Yoga
(Men/Women)
Power Lifting & Wt. Lifting & Best Physique
(Men)
Kabaddi
(Men/Women)
Kho-Kho
(Men/Women)
Chess
(Men/Women)
Selection and participation of University Teams in Inter University competitions.
University Teams participates in following sports activities in Inter University
competitions.
Athletics (Track & Field)
(Men/Women)
Handball
(Men/Women)
Wreslting
(Men/Women)
Football
(Men/Women)
Volleyball
(Men/Women)
Hockey
(Men/Women)
Judo
(Men/Women)
Basketball
(Men)
Cricket
(Men)
Badminton
(Men/Women)
Boxing
(Men)
Cross Country Races
(Men/Women)
Yoga
(Men/Women)
Power Lifting & Wt. Lifting & Best Physique
(Men)
Kabaddi
(Men/Women)
Kho-Kho
(Men/Women)
Chess
(Men/Women)
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The University organizes coaching camps for its various team (preferably for 21 days)
depending upon the availability of time.
 University provides TA &DA for out of station players DA to local participants of
coaching camps.
 During coaching camp @ Rs. 200 per day & @ Rs. 100 per day actual T.A & DA
for out of station players DA to local participants of coaching camp.
 The player/teams recurring position in Inter University competitions are awarded
prize money @ Rs. 21000, 15000 & 11000 for All India/ Inter Zonal University
winners prize money @ Rs. 11000, 7000 & 5000 for Inter zonal I, II & III position
winner respectively.
Organization of zonal and inter zonal all competitions. We organized following I U
competitions
West Zonal & Inter-Zonal I U Volleyball
(2008-09)
West Zonal I U Hockey
(2009-10)
West Zonal I U Badminton
(2009-10)
West Zonal I U Football
(2010-11)
Inter- Zonal I U Football
(2010-11)
M.P. State I U Wrestling
(2013-14)
Organization of Training and Coaching camps for Students of various college/school/of
Jabalpur in selected sports activities.
University provide playing & Training Facilities to all the School/college &
University students in Athletics (Track & Field), Handball, Wrestling, Football,
Volleyball, Hockey, Judo, Basketball, Cricket, Badminton, Boxing, Cross country
Races, Yoga, Wt. Training & Power Training, Kabaddi & Kho-Kho.
Future developmental plans
 Procure latest training and fitness facilities
 Sports hostel for players and participants
 Develop separate football field
 Develop aquatic complex
 Multipurpose indoor stadium
 Lay turf on Hockey field
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University Guest House
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
University Guest House
A vast and multi-dimensional educational institute like University always needs a unit
of well-furnished guest house so that excellent lodging-boarding facilities would be provided
to the dignitaries who come to the
University
in
connection
with
confidential, academic and other
administrative purposes and assignments.
Presently, there is a small guest
house,considered sufficiently big one
during earlier days, in Rani Durgawati
University as well; proposal for whose
extension along with installation of
several up-to-date amenities has already
been submitted under the provisions for
the central facilities of the University to
UGC in view of the current Five Year Plan.
The University Guest House, at present, comprises eight air-conditioned rooms and
twelve air-cooled rooms, each allotted to the guests on twin-share basis. The University is
trying, may hopefully succeed in the course of time, to provide air-conditioning in all its
rooms with its own income/funding. In addition, the Guest House has two Halls – one for girls
and the other for boys, with bathroom units attached separately, so that the students coming
from different colleges of the University territory, in connection with the various cultural and
sports activities like Yuva Mahotsav, could be accommodated easily.
The central unit of internet, computer and printer is going to be established as soon as
the official formalities are completed. There is a Water-Cooler with Aquaguard in the ground
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floor of the Guest House. Another unit of Water-Cooler plus Aquaguard is proposed and soon
to be installed in the first floor of the Guest House. The Guest House has its own waterbore/
tube-well inside its building. The kitchen of the Guest House operates on self-finance basis as
per requirement and demand of the guests. There is also an independent twobedroom living
unit on the first floor of the Guest House so that the officers coming on deputation and for
periodic assignments could be appropriately accommodated. The proposal for the construction
of another floor consisting of fully-furnished and well-equipped rooms has already been
submitted to the UGC. There are also two well-furnished Dining-Halls in the University Guest
House.
The University has posted security guards for 24-hours so that the valuables of the
guests may be safeguarded. In addition, concerned department of the University.
Administration observes the issue of cleanliness inside and around the Guest House. The
University Authority has made provisions for one Professor In-charge, one Clerk, two Peons
and the shift-wise-posted Chaukidaars for the Guest House. Notwith standing, theextensive
need pertaining to the multi-faceted activities of the University can only be supplemented,
provided the strength, accommodation and amenities of the present Guest House are doubled.
Hopefully, this objective will be fulfilled, in consonance with the acceptance of the proposal
already submitted to the UGC under the current Five Year Plan.
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University Press and Publication Cell
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
University Press and Publication Cell
It is a matter of great pleasure that this University has its own press working with full capacity
since last four decades. In this state there are only three Universities has this own printing
press. This University press was established in the
year 1968 and continually working although these
machines are old-fashioned but still working
efficiently and providing services to cater the general
needs of the University. The Press is housed in a
separate building in university campus and has
composing room, printing room, cutting room,
publication unit which sales service applications and
other forms. It has a store for reading materials. A
total of eleven staff members under the supervision
of an Assistant Registrar work in the press. This
press uses the 14-15 metric tons paper per year to
produce examination answer books and university
application forms of different formats. The annual
sale
consists
of
about
3,20,000
examination/application form, 50,000 enrolment
forms, 10,000 revaluation forms, 10,000 re-totaling
forms, 15,000 degree forms, 10,000 mark sheets, 10,000 migration forms. A total of some 2.5
lakhs examination valuation forms and marks foil/counter foils, 50,000 general appointment
letters of university/college examiners, and some 40,000 practical examination forms. No
examination papers are printed in the University Press.
S
ince,
1989,
Rani
Durga
vati
Unive
rsity
is
continuously operating publication cell through the unsigned grant released by the University
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University Press and Publication Cell
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Grant commission. By the recommendation of the Vice Chancellor, University
appoints professor-in-Charge of the publication cell, and Professors from science and
arts/humanities departments as its members.
Till date more than fifty doctoral theses approved for award of degrees in science,
arts and social science faculties have been published by the Cell. These research thesis are
published after critical evaluation by two independent subjects experts. The Cell also
publishes a research magazine ‘Vishlesana’ covering articles from the authors of arts and
science department. Presently the Cell has Prof.
Radhika Prasad Mishra, Sanskrit Department, as
Professor-in-Charge, and the members include
Prof. R.C. Maurya, Chemistry Department, Prof.
Anjana Sharma, Department of Biological
Science, Prof.
Rakesh
Bajpai, Physics
Department, Prof. Rajeev Dubey, History
Department. Dr. Arun Garg, Department of
Journalism, is the member secretary of
publication cell. Dr. Dhirendra Pathak,
Department of Mass Communication, Dr. Lokesh
Shrivastava, Department Geography, are
Honorary Editors of Vishlesana.
Development section of the university is
the co-partner for the grants, etc., of this cell.
Application for ISNB number for the research
magazine has been documented. Research
magazine volume 10 (2013) number 1 have been published in December 2013. Another semi
annual publication of this magazine would be released in June- July 2014.
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University Science and Instrument Centre (USIC)
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
University Science and Instruments Centre (USIC)
From its establishment, the physics department had a mechanical workshop associated
with it in which lathe machine, drilling facilities were available. Later, the workshop became a
separate unit as Central Workshop with further increase in the instruments and facilities like
electronics equipment, glass blowing, etc. The present University Science Instruments Centre
(USIC) came into existence in 1982 with appointment of technical staff and scientific officer.
Initially USIC started with a level zero in UGC terminology, but was upgraded to level one in
1995. Central workshop had one scientific officer and four technical assistants and USIC had
an E-Reader and two technical assistants and
two technicians. In 1999 central workshop
was merged into USIC with grade Level–I,
and in 2010 the USIC was merged again
with the Department of Physics &
Electronics.
The main objective of USIC has
been to centralize the major equipment
facility and to maintain and operate them
adequately. Now a day’s devices and
equipments are becoming more and more
sophism tidewater and needs trained
personals to operate them and maintain
them. This required centralization of sophism tidewater equipments to be operated under
supervision of trained persons .The scientific staff of the centre (USIC) properly giving
specification for the new equipments to be purchased for specific purposes USIC is multi
disciplinary centre. Many instruments are fabricated and repaired here for physics, electronic,
chemistry and bio science departments.
Major instruments available are Lathe machines, Glass blowing set up (gas cylinder),
Drilling machines –shaper, Shaper machines, Vacuum coating units, Microwave bench,
Electromagnets, Crystal growing units, Dark room facility, Various electronic instruments
(e.g., CRO, etc.), X- ray unit, Fluorescence spectro photometer, Following equipments
NMR/Instruments were designed and fabricated in the Dept. central work shop & USIC,
kyropoulos crystal growing unit, Crystal cutting unit, Micro hardness testing balance, Static
ball indenter, Dielectric constant measurements cell, Electro Luminescence cell & setup, Field
compensation charge measuring assembly, Open circuit TSC measurement assembly, Digital
event counter, Experimental training boards, etc.
Some of these instruments are positioned in the workshop/USIC section and others are
in various laboratory of the department as per the requirement.
In addition to maintenance of equipments a number of training programs have also
been organized in USIC for college teachers/technical Laboratory attendants and allied
persons. USIC has organized two training programs – one for college teacher and Laboratory
Staff, and the other for UG students. This helped the teachers in imparting experimental
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knowhow to the student in a better way and college students learned about the operation and
maintenance of common instruments and other facilities.
A workshop was organized on 2003 on glass blowing with the help of WRIC, Mumbai,
in which the participants were provided with working knowledge on glassware designing and
construction with a particular specification.
This USIC has been involved in repairing and maintaining various equipment and instruments,
and in fabricating kits for teaching laboratory and research. The mechanical workshop has
been doing mechanical jobs like welding, cutting, and makes grills sheet for windows and any
other works. Also it has been fabricating indigenous instruments for research like indenter
with high precision furnaces and many more.
The glass blowing section of the workshop/USIC has being doing work related
glasswares, making with special features required flasks, tubes etc. special factors for
experiments and research purpose.
The electronics section of USIC repairs the electronics instruments and devices for the
department and other sections of the university and other college as well. A number of training
kits have been designed and fabricated in USIC for under graduate and post graduate students
of different colleges.
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Women Studies and Research Centre
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, (M.P.)
Women studies and research centre
1
Women studies and research centre in the university has been functioning since 1988
in this University. Dr. (Mrs) Rajeshwari Rana is its present Professor-in-charge and Member
Secretary. The Centre has succeeded in playing an interventionist role by initiating gender
perspective in several areas. Working perseveringly, it has fulfilled the criteria laid down by
the UGC guidelines. The Centre has encouraged research in the area of Women's studies, built
up a library resource of its own, as well as established free access to the Centre library of the
University. Apart from this, also accessible to the faculty and students of the Women's Studies
Centre are the libraries of teaching departments, UGC Academic Staff College, internet and
INFLIBNET facilities of Central Computer.
The vision of the Centre is to
empower the women who are the pillar of
the family. We are committed to discover,
develop and transform women into skilled
& empowered women of tomorrow. The
following are the mission of the Centre.

To create awareness of feminine
potential, develop their self
confidence and self esteem and also
seek avenues for employment
through higher education.
 Academic excellence in teaching,
research, social and professional growth of Women and the Nation.
The goals and objectives of the Centre include the overall development of the self
confidence of women by guiding them with women welfare Laws and short term courses
detailing on violence against women, legal rights and self protection; asserting the importance
of spiritual, economic, social, racial and gender equality; emphasizing the importance of
health and hygiene; directing women's role in the society; and developing multi-disciplinary
approach for the overall personality development.
The Advisory Committee meeting of Women Development Cell was convened in response
of directives of the Department of Higher Education, Government of Madhya Pradesh,
Bhopal. Order No A-2132 dated 12 Jan 2012 and Reference letter No 445/3571/2011/38-3
dated 23 Feb 2012 and 07 Mar 2014 regarding the women development cell in the University .
The Hon`ble Vice Chancellor and other Members considered and deliberated on Women
Development Cell and resolved that it will be a part of Women Studies and Research Centre of
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya.
The main thrust area of the Women Development Cell is to create a congenial and safe
working environment for all the female students, women faculty and staff of the University
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and all affiliated colleges of Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya Jabalpur. The Women
Development Cell strives to create awareness and inculcate a strong sense of values among the
younger generation so that they have a balanced view about the various gender issues that they
face in their daily lives.
Women Development Cell looks forward to join hands with the institutes to organize more
workshops, field visits, camps and activities to promote the academic and individual growth of
women students to emerge as competent professional with embodiment of human ethics and
enhanced confidence level. The Women Cell is monitoring the activities and the issues
concerning women under the leadership of Professor In-charge Dr. (Mrs) Rajeshwari Rana
and all the esteemed advisory members of Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur.
Women's Studies Development & Research Centre, Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur
have been signed MOU with Maitri Vocational Training Centre (MVTC), Madhya Bharat
Area Army Wives Welfare Organization , Jabalpur. Highly qualified, dynamic experience
trainers with International exposure are training on personality Development Programme. A
wide range of topics are being covered under Maitri Finishing School of Maitri Vocational
Training Centre Madhya Bharat Area.
Women Studies and Research Centre is also associated with Biodiversity Conservation &
Rural Biotechnology Centre, Jabalpur. The vision of the society is to improve overall quantity
of life of the deprived sections of the society. This centre conducts a number of of
awareness/academic and administrative programmer. It has more than 5,000 trained social
workers in the society.
Madhya Pradesh Association of Women Entrepreneurs (MAWE) is also associated with
Women Studies and Research Centre of the university. MAWE has been working to
encourage women and girls for self-employed through entrepreneurship. It also plays a pivotal
role in helping women entrepreneurs to establish their business in a more effective manner.
MAWE aims to provide comprehensive access to Information, Finance, Technology and
Marketing. Training is an integral part of the programs. This programme is envisaged to
empower the Women through their economic independence.
The Centre organised National Conference on "Social and Ethical Evaluation of the
Advancements in Medical Practices and Research from Feminist View Point" in the
Collaboration of Bharatiya Mahila Darshnik Parishad from 28-30th November 2013.
The Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya is already running the following Courses under Women
Studies Research Centre. Certified Course in Women Empowerment and Development (3
month duration); Post Graduate diploma in Gender Studies and Development (1 year
duration); Certified Course in Personality Development Programme (1 month duration);
Certificate course in stitching, embroidery (6 month duration); and Beautification, candle
making and cushion making.
The Centre proposes to work for dissemination of knowledge, organised workshop
seminar etc. and form symbiotic association of mutual benefit with other departments, centres,
scholars, colleges, NGOs and so on. The seminars and workshops that are proposed to be
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organized on awareness of women rights and their roles in the society include Problems
related with female foeticide in the feminist perspective; Continuous decline in sex ratio;
Sexual and Reproductive Health of Women; Rising trends of surrogacy in India - A legal
scenario; Forms of Violence, both public and private; Mental, Emotional and Social
Harassment; Unorganized women Labour/work force; Gender factor in caste/communal
violence; Women's stand in Human Rights; Bringing Marginalized Women's Segments into
mainstream society; and Rising trends of marital discord in families.
The Centre also proposes to run the courses on P.G. Diploma in Women's Studies; P.G.
Diploma in Early Childhood; P.G. Diploma in Development Management; Interdisciplinary
Diploma in Gender, Culture and Development Studies. Other studies plans are Certificate
courses in Non-violence & Peace; Empowering Women through Self Help Group (CWDL);
Understanding Gender; and short term courses on Legal Literacy; Computer Literacy; and Reengineering.
The special features of the Centre include a Day Care Centre that was established in 2006
and is now funded by U.G.C. and Ministry of Women and Child Development. It organizes
every year World AIDS Day on 1st December; Women Day on 8th March; and at frequent
intervals awareness programmes in different women's issues topics
The Centre has a library with some 600 books on relevant topics, 06 Video Cassettes, 5
Audio Cassettes; 40 magazines on regular subscription; and 40 display charts/maps.
The Centre has been provided with Five lakhs by U.G.C. in the 10th Plan; Three lakhs by
U.G.C. under Day Care Scheme; and 9.12 lakhs by the Ministry of Women and Child
Development.
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Pandit Kunjilal Dubey Auditorium
Annexure II
A new horizon has given to Pandit Kunjilal Dubey auditorium of Rani Durgavati University which has
three major parts namely: stage, sitting arrangement and balcony.
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Stage –stage has two green rooms
attached to it. Large size stage has
been built in 840 sq. ft. of area in
which along with University’s
convocation ceremony , seminars of
various education departments and
other different programmes are
organized .
Sitting arrangement- Pandit Kunjilal
Dubey auditorium has well arranged
big hall containing 500 seats .This
beautiful
and
attractive
hall
containing walking space at centre
and in both the sides of hall for
convenient in and out of guests. The
auditorium is decorated with various
photographs
of
different
educationalists
and
great
personalities of India.
Balcony- The balcony contains
approx.100 seats along with big
screen for various presentations and
documentaries, which has a total area
of 1250 sq. ft. and has been utilized
time to time.
This auditorium has various facilities such as mikes, collar mikes, drama mikes, singing mikes, color light
effects and along with which it has many mike systems, facilities of recording of various national channels.
Also, the stage is made air conditioned. With this, auditorium is also made air conditioned. Possibly it is one
of the auditoria of Jabalpur which is liked and remembered, and this could be a way we can define Pandit
Kunjilal Dubey auditorium.
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Annexure III
NAAC Peer Team Report & Action taken by the University
Report of the NAAC Peer Team on
Institutional Accreditation of
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh
(October 8 - 11, 2002)
Section 1: Preamble
The University of Jabalpur was established in 1956 as a teaching and affiliating University. In 1983 this
institution was renamed as Rani Durgavati Viswavidyalaya in memory of the valorous Gond tribal Queen of
Garha Mandla. It caters to the needs in higher education of seven districts with a population of 82.73 lakhs in
Madhya Pradesh. The area served by the University is covered with dense forests and thrives mainly on
agriculture. Some defence oriented industries are functioning around Jabalpur.
Since 1961, the University has been functioning in the present 100 acre Saraswathi Vihar Campus with academic
and administrative activities, residential accommodation for staff and students and a guest house and health
centre.
With 23 University departments and 112 affiliated Colleges, the number of programmes offered is 121 including
17 self financing courses. The faculty strength of the University is 102 supported by 450 non-teaching staff. As
a State University receiving grants from the Government of Madhya Pradesh, it is able to maintain the Unit cost
of education at Rs 1,834/-. The University Departments provide for post-graduate level programmes only and
1,150 students are currently on the rolls.
On the University seeking to be assessed by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council, the Council
constituted a Peer Team with Prof. K. Aludiapillai, former Vice-Chancellor, Madurai Kamaraj University as
Chairman and Prof. B.L. Barnes, Prof. K.K.M. Yusuff and Prof. D.B. Yedekar as members. The team’s visit was
coordinated by Dr. Antony Stella, Adviser, NAAC.
The Peer Team after carefully going through the Self-study Report submitted by the University visited the
University from 8th October to 11th October 2002 to validate the information furnished. Discussions were held
with the Vice-Chancellor, faculty members, members of the executive council, representatives of students, staff,
alumni and parents. On the basis of the observations and discussions and documents and reports furnished, the
Peer Team wishes to record its comments hereunder:
Affiliating functions
A brief mention on the affiliating functions of the University is relevant in the context of quality concerns in
higher education. The entire undergraduate and part of post-graduate education in the area covered by Rani
Durgavati University is provided by the 112 affiliated Colleges of which 66 are funded by Government and 47
are non-grantee (self financing) institutions. Seven of these are autonomous colleges and 17 are recognized
research institutes/centers. The affiliated Colleges have currently 65,648 undergraduate and 18,350 post graduate
students on their rolls. One of the affiliated colleges viz., College of Materials Management, Jabalpur run by the
Ministry of Defence, Govt. of India has already been assessed and accredited by NAAC. The affiliated colleges
include those offering professional courses like law, medicine, engineering, education and management.
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The affiliated colleges offer 8 diploma, 18 undergraduate and 38 post graduate programmes. The Dean, College
Development Council closely guides and assists these colleges in all activities including receipt of development
grants. During the ninth plan period for 62 out of 65 eligible colleges received Rs 600 lakhs from the UGC. The
15 year old Academic Staff College has trained 1831 teachers in 56 Orientation Courses and 4177 teachers in 138
Refresher Courses in 13 different subjects. The role of the Academic Staff College in improvement of the faculty
not only through the courses conducted but also by the publication of 14 books and preparation of 43 CDs as
reading materials, apart from conduct of three Principals Meet, is appreciable. The Peer Team perceives the role
of this Academic Staff College as a major effort in enhancing the quality of teaching-learning process.
The criteria wise assessment is discussed below:
Section 2: Criterion-wise Analysis
Criterion I: Curricular Aspects
The mission of the Rani Durgavati Viswavidyalaya has been "to spearhead the assault on rural ills". The main
objective in locating this institution in a predominantly tribal and backward region of the state has been “to
provide quality education, develop human resource and improve literacy and socio-economic status of the
region.”
The Peer Team notes that the programmes offered cover a fairly wide range and are geared to achieve the
objectives. The initiation of new programmes to enable students acquire skills needed in the employment market
indicate the responsive approach of the University keeping in view the societal needs.
In particular the initiation of a large number of programmes during the past five years on a self-financing mode in
emerging areas deserves commendation.
The curriculum followed by the University in the various courses is based on the model curricula circulated by
the UGC in 2002. This approach, the Peer Team feels, will help the University to be a part of the mainstream and
facilitate mobility of students. It is also commendable that 80% of the resources generated by the self-financing
courses are spent on enhancing the quality of education.
The University might consider evolving a suitable mechanism for obtaining feedback on programmes offered
from various stakeholders.
Criterion II: Teaching-learning and Evaluation
Entrance tests are conducted for the career oriented courses. A combination of interviews, academic record and
tests are used for admission in general.
Both the annual and semester patterns are adopted in the academic programmes. Nearly 20% of the marks are
assigned for internal assessment for semester based courses.
No bridge or remedial courses are conducted for the benefit of the handicapped students. The need for the above
courses in institutions with a semi-urban location having a large chunk of students from rural and tribal areas with
problems in communication cannot be overemphasized. In particular, when the switch over is from mother
tongue to English as a medium of instruction, a bridge course may be very useful.
In a tribal belt such as the one covered by this University, many students might need remedial courses
particularly in the first year of the course. With assistance from agencies like the UGC under S.C./S.T. assistance
schemes, these courses can be organised.
It is good to note that the evaluation system is based on the guidelines of the UGC, covering the entire syllabi and
ensuring that the student acquires a holistic knowledge of the subject.
The participation by the faculty in Seminars, Conferences, Workshops, etc., has been quite substantial and it is
indicative of their keeping updated in their chosen areas of teaching and research.
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Apart from classroom lectures students are required to take up projects and seminars.
techniques and audio-video materials may be encouraged.
Use of other teaching
The self-appraisal method is used to evaluate the teachers to grant benefits under the career advancement scheme.
A large number of teachers avail themselves of the faculty development programmes organised by the University
and by other agencies. Availing study leave and sabbatical leave, 13 teachers have furthered their knowledge in
their areas of specialization during the last two years.
International and national linkages have been established by the University faculty in various departments. This
involvement has enhanced the quality of teaching and learning in the departments.
Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension
The research laboratories are equipped to reasonable level. Most of the faculty members are involved in
research. In the past 5 years, 292 research scholars have obtained Ph.D. degree and 8 post doctoral scholars have
received D.Sc. and D. Litt. degrees. At present 151 research scholars are working in various departments.
During the last five years 543 research papers have been published. About 25 research scholars of this
University have won Young Scientists awards in national and international conferences.
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science is in the second phase of DRS programme and has also
been identified by the UGC for COSIST Programme. Publications from some Departments such as Biological
Science, Chemistry and PG Research in Physics and Electronics are good amongst science departments. Quite a
few faculty members have received international recognition for their work. Substantial research funding has
been received by faculty members of various departments from all major funding agencies such as UGC, CSIR,
DST, Deptt. Of Biotechnology, Development & Finance, Defence Research Development Organisationa and
Madhya Pradesh Council of Science and Technology. The National Board of Higher Mathematics has sanctioned
Rs. 18.00 lakh per annum for the Department of Mathematics for a Regional Library Center. Sixty two research
projects have been completed with an outlay of Rs. 4.32 Crore during the last five years. Currently 39 research
projects with a total budget of Rs. 1.89 Crore are in progress. The research activity of the Faculty members is
monitored through self appraisal reports.
The consultancy services offered by the P.G. Departments are informal and have generally been on gratis basis. It
is worth noting that a centre, Macromolecular Research Centre with only one faculty member and five Research
Associates was able to generate substantial funds through consultancy services. The centre has several wellmaintained sophisticated instruments and is engaged in research work involving Polymers for Micronano
electronics, advanced composite materials and high-energy materials. The University–industry interactions have
to be strengthened to generate more income for the research and teaching activities. The University authorities
may consider institution of R & D Cell to coordinate the consultancy services. The University may also consider
the institution of a departmental development fund for immediate needs of the Department. The funds generated
through the consultancy services and donations can be a source for this endeavor.
During the past 5 years 25 conferences have been organized on different focal themes. Most departments have
organized refresher courses for college/University teachers. Extension activities of the Hindi Department
connected with the literacy mission among the tribal people are commendable in this regard. The University
authorities may consider adopting a tribal village for the upliftment of the people in that village.
Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The University has a beautiful 99.63 acre campus. The University has a Master Plan for the existing buildings
and the projected expansion. All science departments have independent buildings in the University. Adequate
space is available for most of the faculty members to conduct research activities. The Computer Centre has a
separate building and has over 30 computers and Internet facility, and this centre frequently runs computer
courses for teachers, students and employees. University has a well-furnished Convocation Hall capable of
accommodating about 800 persons and a Council Hall, with audio-visual service. New buildings for the
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University Institute of Management, Computer Applications and the Academic Staff College are under
construction. Extension of the buildings of the Departments of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics is under
progress. A multi-purpose hall to organize examinations, conferences and various other educational and cultural
activities is also under construction. The University has several play fields and a multi-purpose gymnasium hall is
under construction.
The Central Library of the University has a wide and varied collection of 1,75,400 books, and a reasonable
collection of research abstracts and journals, and research degree theses. The University library has a collected
database of books, journals and theses, and is linked with INFLIBNET. The library provides Internet access to
faculty and students. However this facility has to be considerably improved. Each teaching department has
separate libraries, which also provide book loan facility and is equipped with multiple copies of text books and
supplementary reading materials.
The University has a Guest House, a hostel of the Academic Staff College and separate hostels for men and
women students. The University has a Health Center with an Assistant Surgeon as its officer in charge and with
facilities for general treatment. The activities of this centre may be strengthened. University may consider
appointing a lady doctor for treating the lady students and staff. University also has a Post Office and a branch of
the Allahabad Bank in the campus. There is a University Science and Instrumentation Centre, with reasonable
facilities for repairing and fabrication of glasswares and minor instruments.
The University has an Employment Exchange, information, guidance and placement bureau and a cell for dealing
with foreign students' affairs. Special coaching classes are arranged for women candidates, and for SC/ST
candidates. The University has set up a Centre for Competitive Examinations for candidates appearing for
combined civil services examinations, etc.
Maintenance of the infrastructure vest with the Engineering Section of the University and the University Science
and Instrumentation Centre. A percentage of project funds collected as overheads also assist maintenance
expenses. Some of the departments are well maintained. However, there are departments which require proper
maintenance of the building. Hygenic conditions are also to be improved in toilets and surroundings.
Most of the administrative and financial activities have been computerized and the Computer Centre has
developed packages relating to research in the University and two commercial packages to meet the need of the
local industries.
A website has been developed and launched by the Centre for the University. The optimal use to which the
computer facilities are put and the generation of resources by the Centre has been noted by the Peer Team as a
laudable effort in self reliance.
The University Sports Complex has a 400 metre track, hockey, football, handball, volley ball, tennis and kho-kho
fields. Cash prize and sports scholarships are liberally provided to students who excel in sports and games.
Weightage is given to sports achievements in admission.
The University Violence and Sexual Harassment Complaint Cell deals with grievances of students. Welfare
measures for staff such as provision of loans for purchase of food grains, vehicles, house etc. are in existence.
Criterion V: Student Support and Progression
The University Campus has 1746 students of which 20% are from other states. This is fairly good for a state
university. Pass out percent is 75-80% with fairly low drop out rate. University annually publishes updated
prospectus. Information is also available on web site of the University. Some of the Departments have their own
web sites as well as publish brochures on self-supporting courses.
Financial aid is available through Government of India and State Government scholarships as well as merit cum
means scholarships. About 20% of students get benefits of the scholarships. There is an employment cell with
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Dean of Students' Welfare looking after career counseling. Companies have been visiting the campus for
placements and about 60 students have been placed through this facility last year. 10-15% of students are self
employed.
10% seats are available for overseas students as payment seats. Sports and normal recreational facilities are
available. University has been sanctioned Rs. 40.00 lakh for IGNOU Distant Education Center.
Alumni Association has been formed only recently. The potential of this group is great. Building close contacts
with them and involving them in the programmes for the growth and development of the University is essential
in the context of the financial crunch faced for developmental activities.
Criterion VI: Organisation and Management
Rani Durgavati Viswavidyalaya is governed by Madhya Pradesh Viswavidyalaya Adhiniyam (Madhya Pradesh
University Act) 1973 which is a common Act for all the Universities in the State. The statutory bodies of the
University include the Court Executive Council, Finance Committee, Faculties, Boards of Studies, Academic
Planning and Evaluation Board, Building Committee and Sports Committee.
The powers, duties and responsibilities of the functionaries like the Vice-Chancellor, Registrar, Deans and the
Controller of Examinations are clearly spelt out. Routine activities in administration have been steadily
computerized and finances are handled carefully. No grant has been allowed to lapse. These indicate the sound
approach followed by the University in the management of human and financial resources.
Preparation of the Academic Calendar by a Committee headed by the Governor, Chancellor and Chief Minister,
Minister for Higher Education, Vice-Chancellor and Chief Secretary as members indicates the seriousness
attached to the exercise and the mechanism to adhere to it with the support of the State.
To ensure social justice the reservation policy is implemented faithfully in all admissions and appointments.
Training of administrative staff is given due attention.
The main sources of revenue for the University are government grants, examination fees, fees from self financing
courses, fund raising drives and consultancy charges. The current tuition fee of Rs 50 per month appears to be on
the low side. To ensure that economically weak students are not denied opportunities for higher education
freeships, bank loans and fee concessions can be given when fees are revised upward.
There is an internal audit mechanism and very few audit objections have been raised. No resources have been
tapped through donations and alumni association. Perhaps efforts in this direction may enable the University take
up more developmental activities.
Projects funded by agencies like the UGC, DBT, CSIR, DST, DRDO, MPCST and others have sustained
laboratories and research apart from generating some amount as overheads for the University.
The Distance Education Courses planned should also provide a surplus for use in academic quality enhancement
efforts.
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Criterion VII: Healthy Practices
Discussions on activities of each department by the faculty in the presence of the Vice Chancellor, Deans and
Head of Departments facilitates internal quality checks. Computerized and automated departmental profiles are
utilised during departmental presentations. Help of University Management Institute is taken to sensitize staff and
faculty in latest managerial concepts.
University has informal students' exchange programmes and interaction with Research Institutes. Collaborative
research is being carried out in association with German, Dutch, Canadian, American and New Zealand
universities.
University spends 80% of revenue generated by it in providing quality education. It has four study centers, of
which two are outside Jabalpur. It has a coaching center each for women and other students. There is a center for
preparation for competitive examinations.
Value based education is imparted through a foundation course at UG level. All round development of students
and community orientation is managed through cocurricular activities such as debates, seminars, group
discussions, etc.
Students are encouraged to use internet for coursework and project and research work. University publishes
quarterly in-house journal.
Each department is given incentive money of Rs. 50,000 for automation of departmental profile and data. Each
employee is given monetary incentive for sincerity and hard work.
Section 3: Overall Analysis
Rani Durgavati University is typical of the group of Universities which were established in the first decade after
India became independent. Catering to a catchment area consisting mainly of agricultural and forest lands, it has
very few industries and they are related to the defence establishment of our country. The above scenario suggests
the broad background from which the students have been drawn to the University. Necessarily education had to
be provided at affordable cost and even today the Courses established decades back are offered at very low rate
of fees. Over the past five years a clear shift in the focus in the course offerings has been witnessed and courses
such as computer applications, biotechnology, bio-science, microbiology, business economics, clinical pathology,
fashion designing, clinical dietetics, human resource development, etc., started as self-supporting programmes
have been very well received by students.
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Career orientation to the courses and academic restructuring of the University have lead to a wide range of
options to the students. The steady building up of infrastructure has resulted in providing quality education to the
students.
The faculty has identified themselves with the growth and development of the University and their research
output, publications, ability to attract projects from various funding agencies and participation in academic
activities has been a source of strength to the institution.
The suggestions for consideration by the various authorities are furnished below:
 The vacant faculty posts may be filled in early since shortage of faculty may tell upon the quality of
education.
 If there are difficulties in regular recruitment some short term measures including contract appointments, use
of eminent retired faculty as emeritus professors can be tried.
 More in depth studies relating to tribal areas and their development may be relevant.
 Grant of autonomy to some more institutions under the jurisdiction of the University is desirable.
 Syllabi can be brought under the modular pattern in a phased manner and choice based credit system can be
introduced eventually.
 Distance Education mode is likely to make a sharp impact in providing facilities for higher education at their
doorstep and at their pace for those who missed opportunities and hence right from the initial stage quality
checks can be introduced and the design of the courses to meet and suit the needs of the society can be
consumer-oriented.
 Timings of the Computer Center can be suitably adjusted so that the students have access to the center and
the internet facility before or after their normal teaching hours. The timetables may be suitably made flexible
for this.
 Library may be modernised, fully computerised, and inflibnet facilities made available with an easy access to
all users, including general students.
 Maximising the use of technology, student friendly procedures and practices right from the stage of calling
for applications for admission to the provision of degree certificates can be gradually established training all
the concerned staff in computer skills.
 By suitably making known the expertise available in various areas and disciplines, and by formally
establishing revenue earning through consultancy, consultancy services can be strengthened further.
 Common rooms and Students' Center facilities with Canteen appear to be a felt need.
 Personal counseling Center for students should be developed.
 Alumni Association has the potential to raise resources and also assist in placement, in providing training
facilities, in providing feedback on the activities of the University and building the image of the University.
Hence all steps to strengthen the Association may be taken.
The Peer Team wishes to thank the Vice Chancellor Dr S.D. Tripati and his team of Officers and faculty
members for assisting the team in its task of carrying out the assessment and Self Study Report validation
exercise. The facilitating role played by Dr. Antony Stella, Adviser, NAAC is specially commended.
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Action taken by the University on Recommendation on Peer Team
Report
The NAAC peer team that visited the University in October 2002 was by and large satisfied by
the quality of education and allied services provided on the recommendation of this per team the
university was accorded a B++ rating which under the then scaling system was considered very good.
The peer team had praised the university for being able to achieve its objective of providing
quality education at very low cost in a reason that is predominantly tribal and backward they were
also impressed and noted with pleasure that the faculty of the university with its substantive research
output was an asset. The role of the academic staff college was highly commended in enhancing the
quality of teaching- learning continuum.
Apart from the many recommendations the peer team also pointed to some grey area that
needed improvement. The major areas in this regard identified by the peer team were: evolution of a
feedback mechanism: initiation of remedial classes for under privileged and low performers:
improvement in the university – industry linkages: modernization and improvement in library facility:
initiation of placement mechanism for students; improvement in the maintenance of department and
hygienic conditions including improvement in toilet facility; there was also a recommendation was
improvement in services of the university health centre.
It has to be noted with some satisfaction that almost all of the lacunae have been addressed.
The IQAC established in the year 2013 has been functioning in a vibrant manner taking care of all
quality related aspect.
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The vacant faculty positions have already been advertised and the recruitment process is in
progress.The contractual appointments are regularly made to fulfill the requirement of
regular teaching posts.
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Syllabai are regularly modified as per requirements and the credit based system is implicit in
the form of DEAN test.Well established Distance Education Department is working
satisfactorily.
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The computer Centre timings are modified for the suitability of student feternity.
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A robust feedback mechanism is in place and fully functional.
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Remedial classes for SC/ST/OBC and minorities have been initiated and have been functional
for the past several years now
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University industry linkages both formal and informal have been initiated and strengthen
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The University central library has added many more books and is in the process of complete
digitalization
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University Placement Cell has been functional for the past several years.
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The University buildings have undergone complete renovation with well maintained
Departments having excellent hygienic condition including good toilet facilities.
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The university health centre is fully functional now with homeopathic and allopathic doctors
on its rolls.
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Course Statistics Since 2008-2009 to 2013-2014
S.
No
Name of Course
Duration
Number of
Participants
1
66th Orientation Programme
07.05.2007 to 02.06.2007
30
2
67th Orientation Programme
08.05.2007 to 03.06.2007
30
3
Refresher Course in Bio Science
06.08.2007 to 25.08.2007
17
4
68th Orientation Programme
24.09.2007 to 20.10.2007
29
5
R/C in Computer
01.10.2007 to 20.10.2007
38
6
R/C in Commerce
04.02.2008 to 23.02.2008
24
7
R/C in Hindi
04.02.2008 to 23.02.2008
23
8
R/C in Political Science
04.02.2008 to 23.02.2008
21
9
R/C in Bio Science
03.03.2008 to 20.03.2008
20
10
R/C in Computer
03.03.2008 to 20.03.2008
22
11
UGC Special Summer Programme on ICT in
Education
16-06-2008 to 05-07-2008
52
12
UGC Special Summer Programme Teaching
Testing & Research in Education
07-07-2008 to 26-08-2008
39
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69th Orentation Programme
07-07-2008 to 02-08-2008
45
14
R/C in Computer
18.08.2008 to06.09.2008
55
15
70th Orentation Programme
08-09-2008 to 04-10-2008
26
16
71th Orentation Programme
03-11-2008 to 29-11-2008
27
17
72th Orentation Programme
05-01-2009 to 31-01-2009
32
18
R/C in History
18-02-2009 to 07-03-2009
30
19
R/C in Computer
16-03-2009 to 04-042009
40
20
73rd Orentation Programme
18-05-2009 to 13-06-2009
21
21
Refresher Course in Bioscience
08-06-2009 to 27-06-2009
21
22
74th Orentation Programme
31-08-2009 to 26-09-2009
22
23
Refresher Course in Sociology
04-01-2010 to 23-01-2010
17
24
Refresher Course in Hindi
04-01-2010 to 23-012010
21
25
Short Term Course- Contemporary Trenda in
Research Methology
02-02-2010 to 06-022010
56
26
Refresher Course in History
08-02-2010 to 27-02-2010
24
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Short Term- Workshop- E-Learning and
Effective Teaching
16-02-2010 to 18-02-2010
38
28
Refresher Course in Computer
08-03-2010 to 27-03-2010
25
29
75th Orentation Programme
08-03-2010 to 03-04-2010
34
30
Refresher Course in Political Science
29.03.2010 to 17.04.2010
17
31
Principal Conference
17.12.2009 to 17.12.2009
46
32
76th Orentation Programme
31-05-2010 to 26-06-2010
28
33
Refresher Course in Computer
19-07-2010 to 07-08-2010
27
34
Refresher Course in Bioscience
19-07-2010 to 17-08-2010
19
35
Refresher Course in Hindi
20-09-2010 to 09-10-2010
20
36
Refresher Course in Women Studies
20.09.2010 to 09.10.2010
25
37
77th Orentation Programme
15-11-2010 to 11-12-2010
28
38
Refresher Course in Environmental Science
06.12.2010 to 25.12.2010
39
39
78th Orentation Programme
17-01-2011 to 12-02-2011
27
40
79th Orentation Programme
28-03-2011 to 23-04-2011
23
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Principal Conference
03.06.2010
70
42
80th Orentation Programme
23.05.2011 to 18.06.2011
21
43
81st Orientation Programme
18.07.2011 to 13.08.2011
31
44
RC in Research Methodology (ID)
12.12.2011 to 31.12.2011
23
45
Refresher Course in ICT (MD)
19.12.2011 to 07.01.2012
23
46
82nd Orientation Programme
19.12.2011 to 14.01.2012
23
47
E.Learning Short Term Course
26.12.2011 to 28.12.2011
40
48
RC in Business Studies (ID)
06.12.2012 to 25.12.2012
37
49
Refresher Course in Hindi
12.03.2012 to 31.03.2012
20
50
87th Orientation Programme
15.04.2013 TO 11.05.2013
37
51
83rd Orientation Programme
07.05.2012 to 02.06.2012
36
52
Short Term Course In Research Methodology
25.06.2012 TO 30.06.2012
34
53
84th Orientation Programme
23.07.2012 TO 18.08.2012
31
54
Special Summer School 2012
27.08.2012 to 15.09.2012
32
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85th Orientation Programme
24.09.2012 to 20.10.2012
21
56
Refresher Course in History
07.01.2013 to 26.01.2013
26
57
Refresher Course in Physics
11.02.2013 to 28.02.2013
20
58
Refresher Course in Hindi
11.02.2013 to 28.02.2013
26
59
86th Orientation Programme
04.03.2013 to 30.03.2013
41
60
Refresher Course in Research Methodology
25.03.2013 to 13.04.2013
45
61
Principal Meet
03.04.2012
54
62
87th orientation programme
15.04.2013 to 11.05.2013
37
63
Refresher Course in Chemistry
13.05.2013 to 01.06.2013
28
64
Special Summer School 2013
03.06.2013 to 22.06.2013
40
65
88th Orientation Programme
08.07.2013 to 03.08.2013
30
66
Short Term Course in Research Methodology
02.08.2013 to 08.08.2013
29
67
Referesher Course in Law
05.08.2013 TO 24.08.2013
20
68
89th Oreintation Programme
26.08.2013 to 21.09.2013
22
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Refresher Course in ICT
23.09.2013 to 12.10.2013
29
70
Interaction Programme
15.10.2013 to 01.11.2013
45
71
Refresher Course in Environmental Studies
17.10.2013 TO 09.11.2013
32
72
Refresher Course in Library Science
11.12.2013 to 31.12.2013
20
73
Special Winter School
06.01.2014 to 25.01.2014
20
74
Short Term Course "Strategy of Governance
and Excellence in Higher Education"
27.01.2014 To 01.02.2014
31
75
90th Orientation Programme
24.02.2013 to 22.03.2013
46
76
Workshop on IQAC
26.02.2014 to 27.02 2014
24
77
Refresher Course In Physics
10.03.2014 TO 29.03.2014
20
78
Refresher Course in Education
24.03.2014 TO 12.04.2014
37
79
Principal Meet
25.01.2014
83
Total No of Participants
2462
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Directorate of Distance Education
Sr. Meeting:2005…..175…
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Jabalpur, Date: 10-08-2008
This is to inform that the ordinance of the following examinations of the University distance
education, Jabalpur has been granted in the 74th Coordination Committee meeting dated 22 march,
2005.
Sr.
Ordinance No.
Name
(1)
130- (a)
(i) M.C.A. (Three years course)
(ii) A. D.C.A (Two years course)
(iii) P.G.D.C.A. (One year course)
130- (b)
B.C.A. (Three years course)
130- (c)
C.I.C (Six months)
University adopted the following ordinance of M.P. Bhoj Open University, Bhopal as:-
(2)
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Bachelor Degree Programmes
(i) Bachelor of Arts (Three years course)
(ii) Bachelor of Science (Three years course)
(iii) Bachelor of Commerce (Three years course)
(iv) Bachelor of Library and (Three years course)
Information Science
(3)
133
Post- graduate Diploma Programmes
(i) P.G.D. in Bio- Informatics
(ii) P.G.D. in Human Resource Management
(iii) P.G.D. in Financial Management
(iv) P.G.D. in Marketing Management
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(v) P.G.D. in Tourism and Hotel Management
(vi) P.G.D. in Dietetics and Therapeutic Nutrition
(vii) P.G.D. in Hospital & Health Management
(4)
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Diploma Programmes
Diploma in Nutrition & Health Education
Order,
Deputy Registrar (Meeting)
Sr. Meeting/ 2005/….175-A.
Jabalpur, Date: 10 August, 2005
Copy To:1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Director, Directorate of distance Education, Jabalpur
Principal’s of all Colleges related to University
Heads, all Teaching Departments of University
All Dean
Additional Secretary, Coordination Committee, Higher Education Department, M.P., Bhopal
All Officers of University
Personal Assistant of Vice Chancellor/ Registrar
University Notice Board
Sd/Vice Chancellor (Meeting)
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