Govt. Kamla Devi Rathi Mahila Mahavidyalaya
Korin Bhatta, Rajnandgaon, [C.G.], 491441
Affiliated to Durg University, [C.G.]

Chemistry

Department At A Glance

1. Name of the department:   Chemistry


2. Year of establishment:   UG 1987;  PG (M.Sc.) 2009


3. Name of programmes / courses offered:  UG-course B.Sc.; PG  (M.Sc. semester courses)


4. Name of interdisciplinary courses and the department / unit involved :   NIL


5. Annual / semester /choice based credit system (programme wise):   UG-Annual;   PG –

Semester


6. Participation of the department in the course offered by other departments:   Nil


7. Courses in collaboration with other universities industries -foreign institutions etc:   NIL


8. Details of courses /programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons:   M.Sc. (Industrial

Chemistry) discontinued.


9. Number of teaching posts:-


Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
01
NIL
Associate  Professors
-
-
Asst. Professors
02
0
G.L.

03


10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,   specialization, (D.Sc. /D.LItt/Ph.D.
/M.Phil. etc..,)




Name
Qualification
Designation
Specializatio
n
No. of
years of Experien ce
No. of Ph.D.
students guided for the last 4 years
Dr. S. Sharma
M.Sc., Ph.D.
Asstt. Prof.
Envt. Chem.
03
NIL



        GUEST FACULTY




KU. SHWETA UDAPURE
KU. KHUSHBU SAHU
KU. NAMITA SAHU  
       
M.Sc. , M.PHIL     
M.Sc.  , M.PHIL
M.Sc.  
         .




11. List of senior visiting faculty:   NIL
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled  (programme wise) By temporary faculty:   UG 50%;   PG 50 %

13. Student teacher ratio (programme wise):  UG -288:1(2015-16) PG- 19:1(2015-16)
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff, sanctioned and
filled:


Post

Sanctioned

Filled
Lab. Technician
01
01
Lab Attendent
01
01



15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with (D.Sc./D.LItt/Ph.D./M.Phil./PG.):
Ph.D-01, M.Phil.-01


16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from (a) national (b) international funding agencies and grants received:   NIL

17. Departmental projects funded by DST, FIST, UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc and total grants received:   NIL

18. Research center / faculty recognized by the university:  NIL

19. Publications:-


Publication per Faculty
Publications:

Publication per Faculty
Dr. Saroj
Sharma
Miss Kalpana
Wani




∗ Number of papers published in peer
reviewed journals (national / international) by
faculty and students.
∗ Number of Publication listed in International
Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus,
Humanities International Complete, Dare Database - International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
∗ Monographs
∗ Chapters in Books
∗ Books Edited
∗ Books with ISBN/ISSN number with details
of publishers
∗ Citation Index
∗ SNIP
∗ SJR
∗ Impact Factor
∗ h-index
07
National



04




NIL
01
NIL
NIL

NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL
01
National



01



20. Areas of consultancy and income generated   NIL


21. Faculty members in


A) National committees, b) International committees c) Editorial Boards……   NIL


22. Students projects-


(a) Percentage of students who have done in- house projects including inter departmental/programme:   NIL

(b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institutions i.e. research laboratories /industries /other agencies:   NIL

23. Awards/recognitions received by faculty and students:  NIL

24. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the   department:   NIL

25. Seminars/Conference/Workshop organized & the source of   funding:   NIL

(A) National

(B) International

26. Student‘s profile programme /course wise






Name of the Courses
2013-2014
2014-2015
Applic
Received
Admis
Pass
(%)
Applic
Received
Admis
Pass
(%)
B.Sc -I
399
310
154
54
310
308
162
56
BSc-II
148
148
79
73
146
146
123
84
BSc-III
66
66
60
98
92
92
83
100
M.Sc-I
(2014)
85
20
14
87
74
20
16
88
MSc.-II
(2015)
16
16
15
93
18
18
15
83
MSc-III
(2015)
17
17
16
100
18
18
16
88
MSc-IV
(2015)
15
15
13
86
16
16
14
87
TOTAL PERCENTAGE OF AVERAGE

TOTAL PERCENTAGE OF AVERAGE

*M= male   *F= female


27. Diversity of students –


Name of the


Course
% of the students

from the same state
% of the students

from other  state
% of the students

from abroad
UG
100%
NIL
NIL
PG
100%
NIL
NIL


28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive   examination such as
NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services,   Defense   services etc.:   NIL

29. Student Progression



Student Progression
Against % enrolled
UG to PG
06students (2015-16)
PG to M.Phil.
01
PG to Ph.D.
NIL
Ph.D. to Post Doctoral
NIL
Employed


   Campus selection

   Other than campus recruitment
NIL
Entrepreneurship / Self –employment
NIL



Note- Data not available for those students who are doing PG outside this college.


30. Details of infrastructural facilities:-


(a) Library:  for PG students, 229  books available in  departmental library


* General library is available for UG students. No. of  books 815  available.


(b) Internet facilities for staff and students:  free WIFI and Internet facilities are available to faculty and students

(c) Class rooms with ICT facility:  Seminar Hall with ICT faculty with LCD projector is available in college

(d) Laboratory:   01 common laboratory for UG and PG students –   well equipped with essential equipments

31.   a)Number of students receiving financial assistance for college, universities, govt or other agencies: (2015-16)

All the eligible students SC/ST/OBC/BPL minorities are getting scholarships as per state and central governments rules.


32. Details on student‘s enrichment programme (special lecturer / Work shops / seminars with

external experts)


* Students of the department participate in various  programmes organized by the college


* PG students participate in seminar (based on syllabus).


* Special Guest Lectures arranged for PG students


33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: Lecture, group discussion, PPT, seminar etc Interactive and participative method in class room
34. Participation and Institutional Social responsibility (ISR) and   Extension activities:

N.S.S Camp and Educational Tour.



35. SWOC analysis of the department and future plan


a) Strengths: - Qualified Faculty, Satisfactory Lab, Sufficient   Equipments,  Free  Internet facility, Departmental Social Site, every PG student are computer friendly. Basic computerization of the Departmental Library.

b) Weakness:

*   Weak infrastructure
*   Shortage of faculty members.
*   Need for funds for more equipments and Chemicals.
*   Research facility is not available. c) Opportunities:-
*   providing internet access to all students
*   developing research skill in students
*  Promoting Chemistry as useful subject in various competitive and entrance exam.
*   Promoting awareness on Environmental Chemistry.
*   To develop a research center in Chemistry Department. e) Challenges:-
* Preparing students for various competitive Exams.

* There should be more focus on practical studies rather than theoretical studies.


* Helping students academically coming from rural areas and economically weak sections.
* Modernization of Laboratory.


 

Chemistry Department Faculties

 
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