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

Home Science

        

DEPARTMENT OF HOME SCIENCE


1.   Name of the department  :  Home  Science

2.   Year of Establishment  :  B.A.- 1963 ,  B.Sc.(Home Sci.) Faculty- 1987

3.  Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)  :   Under Graduated Courses
B.Sc (H. Sc.)/ B.A. (H. Sc.)

4.   Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved  : Nil

5.   Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise)  : UG Annual

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

7.  Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.  : None

8.   Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons :  Nil

9.   Number of Teaching posts



Sanctioned

Filled

Professors

01

Nil


Associate Professors


Nil


Nil

Asst. Professors

03

01

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

Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
No. of Years
of
Experience
No.of Ph.D.
Students guided for the last
4 years
Smt. Mamta
R. Deo
M.Hsc
Asstt. Prof.
Child
Development
29
Nil

11.   List of senior visiting faculty :   NIL

12.  Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled(programme wise) by temporary faculty

S.No.
Program/  Course
Theory in percentage
Practical  in percentage
1
B.Sc (Home Science)
94.40 %
94.40 %
2
B.A. (Home Science)
94.40 %
-

B.A. practical are combined with B.sc Home Science practical.

13.   Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise)  : 28:1

14.  Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled

Supporting
Technical
Administrative
01
Lab Attended
Nil
Nil

15.   Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG. :

M.Hsc – 02
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 Centre /facility recognized by the University  : Nil

19.   Publications:
∗   a) Publication per faculty: Nil
∗ Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international) by

faculty and Students: Nil

∗ Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of Science, Scopus,  Humanities  International  Complete,  Dare  Database  -  International
Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)  : Nil
∗   Monographs   - Nil
∗   Chapter in Books   - Nil
∗   Books Edited   - Nil
∗   Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers
∗   Citation Index

- Nil
∗   SNIP

- Nil
∗   SJR
- Nil

∗   Impact factor

- Nil
∗   h-index

- Nil

20.   Areas of consultancy and income generated  - Nil

21.   Faculty as members in

a)   National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial Boards….
1-  Member Board of studies Pt.Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur
2-  Member Board of studies Autonomous Digvijay College, Rajnandgaon
(C.G.)

22.   Student 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 institution i.e. in Research laboratories/Industry/ other agencies  -  Survey – Malnutrition among women sponsored by RUSA.

23.   Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students
2014
VII -   Ku. Bharti Kanwar
2015
III -  Pooja Malviya
VII -  Priyanka Walde

24.   List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department  :
1.  Dr.Reshma Lakesh   2. Mrs. Chhanda Debnath

25.  Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding a)  National   -  Nil
b)  International - Nil

26.   Student profile programme/course wise:

2013-14

Name of the

Course/programme



(refer question no. 4)


Applications


Selected


Enrolled


Pass

Received




*M



*F



percentage
B.Sc (Home Sc.) – I
45
20
-
06
30 %
B.Sc (Home Sc.) – II
13
13
-
12
92.31 %
B.Sc (Home Sc.) – III
13
13
-
13
100 %
B.A. (Home Sc.) – I
23
14
-
12
85.72 %
B.A. (Home Sc.) – II
09
09
-
08
88.89 %
B.A. (Home Sc.) – III
05
05
-
05
100 %

2014-15

Name of the

Course/programme



(refer question no. 4)


Applications


Selected


Enrolled


Pass

Received




*M



*F



percentage
B.Sc (Home Sc.) – I
30
27
-
23
85.19 %
B.Sc (Home Sc.) – II
07
07
-
07
100 %
B.Sc (Home Sc.) – III
11
11
-
11
100 %
B.A. (Home Sc.) – I
25
18
-
16
88.89 %
B.A. (Home Sc.) – II
08
08
-
05
62.5 %
B.A. (Home Sc.) – III
03
03
-
03
100   %

*M = Male *F = Female

27.  Diversity of Students



% of

% of students

% of
Name of the
students
from other
students
Course
from the
States
from
same state
abroad
B.Sc (H.Sc.)
95.46
4.54
Nil
B.A. (H.Sc.)
100 %
Nil
Nil

28.  How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc.?  - …………

29.   Student progression


Student progression

Against % enrolled
UG to PG
36.36
PG to M.Phil.
Nil
PG to Ph.D.
Nil
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Nil
Employed

•  Campus selection

•  Other than campus recruitment

Entrepreneurship/Self-employment


30.  Details of Infrastructural facilities a.  Library   - Main Library
b.   Internet facilities for Staff & Students -   Free WiFi

c.  Class rooms with ICT facility   - Nil

d.  Laboratories -  Yes

31.  Number  of  students  receiving  financial  assistance  from  college,  university, government or other agencies –
All the eligible students SC/ST/OBC/BPL minorities are getting scholarships as per state and central governments rules.

32.  Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with  external  experts  –   Girls  of  the  department  participate  in  various programs organized by the college.

33.  Teaching  methods adopted to  improve student  learning  –   Lectures  ,  Group discussions ,Internet,   Green Chalk Board,   Demonstration, Magazine, Newspaper.

34.  Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities – Participation   in   Rangoli,   Slogan   writing,   Painting   organized   by   swip Participate   in   rangoli   organized   by   Nagar   Nigam   (Swachta   Abhiya) Rajnandgaon. N.S.S, Campus cleaning.

35.   SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans

Strength –
•   Excellent  Result  student  are  positioned  in  merit  list  Pt.  Ravi Shankar  Shukla
University, Raipur Every Year
•   College students are disciplined & obedient
•   College infrastructure is good & environment is student friendly
•   College Staff are hard working & cooperative
•   The only college in the whole District with Home Science Faculty.
•   Dedicated & committed faculty

Weakness:

•   Laboratories are under established and needed to be up grated.
•   Lack of regular teacher, Lab technician in college is one miner point.
•   90% of students comes from rural area. Bearing farmer background they don‘t
know about basic subject knowledge.
•   Student from rural areas are unable to speak Hindi properly due to lack of knowing
Hindi.
•   Lack of classroom to accommodate the increasing strength in the subject.
•   Lack of permanent teaching Staff.

Opportunity:-

  Although students comes from rural areas but still they come in merit list with their hard work.
   College provides library, computer & Wi-Fi facilities to the students.
  Environment is teacher students friendly. Everyone compliments and treat each other very well. Thus there is no space for discrimination and partiality.
   It is one and only Girls college in District.
   College provide many opportunity to all, that‘s why students come from far to gain
knowledge

Challenges-
•   As per students teacher ratio required of (01) post professor sanction (02)  Asstt.
Prof.& Recruitment
•   Rural Area Accommodation

Future Plans
•   Separate building for Home Science classes & Lab
•  Well furnished practical lab for Textile, cooking, Bio-chemistry & for computer classes
•   PG Courses


Faculties Profile

 

Name
Dr. Smt. Nanda Gurwara
nandagurwara@gmail.com
Post
Professor
Govt. Kamla Devi Rathi Girls College Rajnandgaon (C.G.)
Educational Qualification
M.H.Sc. (Food & Nutrition)  , B.Ed. , Ph.D. (Food & Nutrition) 


Date of Joining & Teaching Experience
31.12.1985 31 years of  teaching experience

Orientation
02 Nos.
1.  Rani Durgavati Vishwvidyalaya , Jabalpur, Orientation course
( 30.03.92 to 25.04.92)
  1. Enterpreneurship Development Cell. Faculty Development Programme in Enterpreneurship organized by Pt. Ravishankar shukla University Raipur.(19th Nov. to 10 th Dec. 1996.)
  2. Indira Gandhi National Open University , Orientation  Program counselor (3rd& 4th November'2012)
Refresher Courses
03 Nos.
1.  Refresher course in Home Science organized by S.N.D.T. College Mumbai sponsored by UGC
2.  Refresher course in Home Science Organized by Nagpur University  sponsored by UGC.
3.  Refresher course in Home Science Organized by Academic Staff College , Pt. Ravishankar Univ. Raipur (18th Feb. to 9th March 2013)
Ph.D.
Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University Raipur, 16.05. 2002
“Anaemia  and cardio vascular efficiency of adolescent girls of different  Socio Economic  status  in Raipur”
(Thesis Published by UGC 2006)
Publications
Research Papers
..... Nos
1.   Jaya Chakraborty1 Nanda Gurwara2. Effectiveness of Group-Based Counseling on Health Status and Dietary Intake of Women and Their Children. International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) ISSN (Online): 2319-7064 Index Copernicus Value (2013): 6.14 | Impact Factor : 4.438.
2.  Chitrarekha Singroul, Dr. Nanda Gurwara (2015). Effect of dietary counseling on the weight of pulmonary tuberculosis patients.Online International Disciplinary Research Journal, Bi-Monthly, ISSN 2249-9598, Vol. V, January 2015 Special Issue page No. 78-82. Impact Factor- 2.217.
3.  Anjuli Mishra, Dr. Nanda Gurwara(2015). “Assessment of  Clinical parameter of general appearance ,hair, face, lips, of Schizophrenic patients of Raipur Districts”. Online International Disciplinary Research Journal, Bi-Monthly, ISSN 2249-9598, Vol. V, January 2015 Special Issue page no.160-164 . Impact Factor- 2.217.
4.  Daisy Abraham & Dr. Nanda Gurwara (june 2015) “An Analysis of Risk Factors of Osteoporosis with Respect to Age of Premenopausal Women at Bhilai (CG)”  International Research Journal of Humanities, Engineering & Pharmaceutical Sciences (IJHEPS™) with p-ISSN 2249-2569, e-ISSN 2320-2955, ISBN 978-81-909047-9-7, Vol. 2/Issue 10/Year 5, Int/june15/PH1001,Page no.46-50, Impact factor 5.484 .
5.  MRS. SREEMINI PILLAI*, DR. (MRS.) NANDA GURWARA** MARCH (2015) EFFECT OF DIETARY COUNSELLING AND LIFE STYLE MODIFICATION ON DIETARY INTAKE AMONG HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS *RESEARCH SCHOLAR DR R.N.K MAHAVIDYALAYA RAIPUR,C.G. ZENITH International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research ISSN 2231-5780 Vol.5 (3), MARCH (2015), pp. 80-84
6.  “Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Information Booklet on Breast Feeding and Nutritional Needs During lactation Among Antenatal Mothers”. Lab to Land, Vol. 2, No. 5, Page 1- 6.  (2010), Aruna Palta, Nanda Guruwara , Nisha Sam.
7.  "Impact of Advertisement of Television in Teen Agers " 13-18 yrs. Lab to Land Vol.-3 No.12-2011 PP-579-580. Nanda Gurwara & Miss Lata Chaurasia.
8.  Effect of Breast Feeding in Infectious Diseases. Madhya Bharti-62. Research Journal of Dr. Harishankar Gaur University Sagar. Nanda Gurwara & Sapna.
9.  Assessment of Clinical and anthropometric parameter of Schizophrenic Patients of Raipur City. Int. Res. J. lab to Land, Vol.- 4, No.-14, 2012.ISSN No. 0975-282X. (2012)  Anjuli  Mishra,  dr. Nanda Gurwara
10.  Common problems of School going Children upto 13 Years. Journal of humanities and applied sciences (ISSN -2248-9673) Issue -4 , Vol. 1 , Jan. 2012, page 1, 2 , Mrs. Jyoti Bhatt, Dr. Nanda Gurwara.
11.   Empowerment Of working Women In Health Status. National Seminar on Women Entrepreneurship Recent Trends $ Opportunities in Home Science 26th & 27th September 2012. Anjuli  Mishra,  dr. Nanda gurwara.
12.  Nutritional Assessment of pulmonary Tuberculosis patients. International research Journal lab To Land, Vol.-4, No.-14, 2012. ISSN No. 0975-282X. (2012) Chitrarekha  Singroul, Dr. Nanda Gurwara.
13.  International Interdisciplinary Research Journal (Bio-monthly), ISSN2249-9598, Volume-III, Issue-VI, Nov-Dec.2013. Chitrarekha  Singroul, Dr. Nanda Gurwara.
14.   Dietary supplementation and Neutraceuticals. National Seminar on Women Entrepreneurship Recent Trends $ Opportunities in Home Science 26th & 27th September 2012. Chitrarekha  Singroul, Dr. Nanda Gurwara.(2013).
15.  A study of assess the attitude of fathers towards girl child and its impact on child’s subjective well being in selected rural area of Bhilai ( CG), International Research Journal – Lab to Land, April-June 2012 page no. 255 to 256, Vol  : 04, no 14 ISSN  no. 0975-282X Dr. Nanda Gurwara & Daisy Abraham.
16.  Assessment of risk factors of Osteoporosis and effectiveness of life style modification practices related to osteoporosis among premenopausal women at Bhilai (CG) Journal of humanities and applied sciences Quarterly National referred journal , Vol . II Issue 2 ISSN  no. 2248-9673, July 2012 Page 7-9 Dr. Nanda Gurwara & Daisy Abraham.
17.  Effectiveness of nutrition educational and osteoporosis risk factor in premenopausal women. Research Journal of Social’s life Science (half yearly Bilingual) registered Review Referred Research Journal Indexed and listed at Ulrich’s International Periodical Directory Vol  : 14-1 Issue no. 0973-3914 English Edition year 07 July 2013 page no. 247  To 252 Dr. Nanda Gurwara & Daisy Abraham.
18.  A study to assess the effectiveness of information booklet on breast feeding among antenatal mothers in selected hospital at Bhilai (CG) International Research Journal – Lab to Land Vol : 3, Issue no. 12 ISSN  no. 0975-282X Oct – Dec 2011 Page no. 581 to 582 Dr. Nanda Gurwara & Daisy Abraham.
19.  An experimental study to evaluate the effectiveness of normal saline flush versus heparinised saline flush in maintaining the patency of peripheral IV catheters among children in selected hospital at Bhilai (CG) International Research Journal – Lab to Land Vol : 3 issue no.10 ISSN  no. 0975-282X April – June 2011 Page no. 221 to 223 Dr. Nanda Gurwara & Daisy Abraham.
20.  A study to asses the effectiveness of computer assisted planned teaching programme on family life education in terms of knowledge of adolescent school girls in selected school at Bhilai, C.G, An International Research Journal-LAB TO LAND,Vol.-3,No.10,Apr-June 2011Pp224-226. Nanda Gurwara & Jaya Chakraborty
21.   A comparative study to assess the growth and development pattern of infants in selected rural and urban community of Durg district (C.G), An International Research Journal-LAB TO LAND, Vol.- 3 ,No. 12 , Oct-Dec. 2011, Pg-547-78  Nanda Gurwara & Jaya Chakraborty
22.  Mother and child health, nutritional status and effectiveness of counseling among rural woman, durg, (cg), Journal of Humanities & applied sciences issue –II Vol-.II, July 2012 Pg.No.- 1-6 Jaya Chakraborty & Nanda Gurwara
23.  “A study to assess the knowledge and nutritional status of  rural mothers and their under-five and to create awareness regarding healthy food habits in Durg,(C.G.)” An International Research Journal-LAB TO LAND, Vol.- 4,No. 14, April- june 2012, Pg-245-247 Jaya Chakraborty & Nanda Gurwara
24.   RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DIET AND ANAEMIA AMONG  YOUNG ADULT WOMEN IN URBAN SLUMS, DURG (C.G). Journal of Humanities & applied sciences issue Jaya Chakraborty & Nanda Gurwara
25.  A study to assess the knowledge regarding complementary therapies and the type of therapy used among general population of Bhilai (C.G.)  Lab to Land , Vol -3 no. – 12, Oct – Dec 2011 , Page: 552 Nanda Gurwara, Sreemini Pillai, Narayani Sahu
26.  A study to find the risk factors of hypertension and to assess the effectiveness of Dietary approach to stop Hypertension (DASH) Diet and Life Style Modifications on Blood Pressure and Quality of life among Hypertensive  Persons in Bhilai (C.G.) Journal of Humanities & Applied Sciences , Vol – II , july 2012  Page – 10, 11, 12 , Mrs. Sreemini Pillai, Dr. Mrs. Nanda Gurwara
27.  Effectiveness of informational booklet regarding Quinolones on Knowledge and practice of staff nurses Lab to Land , Vol. – 3 , No. 10 , April – June 2011, Page – 216, 217, Nanda Gurwara Sreemini Pillai.
28.   Study on Impact of Training on Mushroom Processing Technology among Rural Women in Raipur District. Journal of humanities and applied sciences (ISSN -2248-9673) Issue -4 , Vol. 1 , Jan. 2012, page 1, 2 , Mrs. Jyoti Bhatt, Dr. Nanda Gurwara, Dr. Sandhya Verma.
29.  Anaemia & Cardiovascular efficiency among young adult women.Edu Junction vol.-2 Jan-Mar.-2013.ISSN  2278-3938 pp-87. Dr Nanda Gurwara & Jaya Chakraborty.
  1. Sree Mini Pillai, Dr. Nanda Gurwara. DASH Diet and Hypertension. Research Journal of Arts, Management and Social Sciences’ ISSN 0975-4083, Vol.-X-II, Year-5, march, 2014 Page No. 32-34  
31.  Daisy Abraham, Dr. Nanda Gurwara. Closer Look at Osteoporosis- A Preventable Disease. Research Journal of Arts, Management and Social Sciences’ ISSN 0975-4083, Vol.-X-II, Years-5, march,2014 Page No 35-47.  
32.   Jaya Chakraborty, Nanda Gurwara.Nutritional status of Women and Children: An Area of Concern. Research Journal of Social and Life Science, ISSN 0973-3914, Vol.-XVI-I Years-8, June, 2014 Page No 162-165.
33) Chandrakala  Janghel  and Dr. Nanda Gurwara, (2016) “Lifestyle Modification and Pulmonary Tuberculosis” Vikas International  Journals  of Home Science Volume 13 Page No. 8 – 11
34  Dr. Nanda Gurwara and Chandrakala  Janghel  , (2015) “Efficacy of Egg and Amla Supplement on Serum total Protein Levels of Patients Suffering from Pulmonary Tuberculosis” Research Journal of Arts, Management and Social Sciences ISSN 0975-4083, Vol.- XIV, Eng.-II, Year-VII, April, 2016 Impact Factor 1.223 (IIFS)
35  Dr. Nanda Gurwara and Chritrarekha Singroul, (2013) “Prevalence of Anaemia in Pulmonary Tuberculosis Patients”  Online International Interdisciplinary Research Journals  (Bio Monthly),ISSN 2249-9598,Volume-III,Issue-VI,Nov- Dec.2013  Impact Factor 2.217
36  Dr. Nanda Gurwara and Reena Barai, (2015) “Impact of soya multigrain panjiri supplementation on haemoglobin level among women in Raipur” International  Journals  of Home Science IJHS 2016; 2(1): 22-24
37  Dr. Nanda Gurwara, Sonal Agrawal, 2016  “Effect of supplementation of soya multigrain panjiri on cardiovascular efficiency among women” International Journal of Home Science ISSN: 2395-7476, IJHS 2016; 2(1): 178-180.
38  Jaya chrakraborty and Dr. Nanda Gurwara,(2014) Effectiveness of diet demonstration on nutritional status of rural married women and their children , Research Journal of Arts, Management and Social Sciences ISSN 0975-4083, Vol.- XI, Eng.-I, Year-VI, Sep- 2014 Impact Factor 0.564 .
39  Reena Barai  and Dr. Nanda Gurwara, (2016) “Prevalence of Anaemia in Women” Vikas International  Journals  of Home Science Volume 13 Page No. 1 – 7.
40  Sreemini Pillai and Dr. Nanda Gurwara,(2014) Dash diet and hypertention, Research Journal of Arts, Management and Social Sciences ISSN 0975-4083, Vol.- X, Eng.-II, Year-V, March- 2014 Impact Factor 0.564.
Books
03  Books
PUBLISHED BY  UGC  2006
  1.“Anaemia  and cardio vascular efficiency of adolescent girls of  different  Socio Economic  status  in Raipur”  Dr. Nanda Gurwara
2  किषोरावस्था एवं एनीमिया, डाॅ. नंदा गुरवारा, वैभव प्रकाषन, रायपुर
3   फिटनेस एवं खिलाड़ियों का पोषण, डाॅ. नंदा गुरवारा, वैभव प्रकाषन 
4  भारतीय समाज मुद्दे एवं समस्यायें मषरूम उत्पादन: स्वरोजगार का उत्तम साधन, डाॅ. नंदा गुरवारा , ज्योति भट्ट
ISBN No. 978-81.Centre for research Studies Rewa( M.P.)
Research Projects
Completed
03 Nos.
1.  UNICEF (2004) – “Caring practices during pregnancy lactation & infancy in the tribals of Durg & Rajnandgaon districts of Chhattisgarh as compared to their rural counterparts. (Co-investigator)
  1. UGC (period 2005-07) “Effect of spirulina on Blood Pressure levels of selected hypertensive’s in Raipur cit.” (Co-investigator)
  2. UGC (2011-13) Anaemia & Cardiovascular Efficiency of adult slums in Durg District. Principal Investigator
  3. UGC (2014-2015)“EFFECT OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENTATION ON ANTHROPOMETRIC AND BIOCHEMICAL COMPONENTS IN PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS” . Principal Investigator.
  4. CHHATISGARH COUNCIL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (2015)-“Effect of Soya multi grain panjiri supplementation on hemoglobin level and cardio vascular efficiency of women in Raipur city”
Other Achievements
















1.  Counselor of IGNOU Study centre 3513/P at Raipur for M.Sc. – Dietetics and Food Service Management Course.
  1. Member, Editorial Board of International Research Journal, Lab to Land  Chhattisgarh Medico, Informatics Society, Raipur.
  2. Member Editorial Board of Journal of  Humanities and applied life sciences (ISSN-2248—9673)
Life Member –
Research Journal of Humanities & Applied Sciences , ISSN-2248—9673
  1. International Research Journal , ISSN No. 0975-282X
  2. Research Journal of Social and Life Sciences, Rewa (0973-3914)
Member-  मात्र वृक्ष मित्र एवं पर्यावरण संरक्षण समिति, छत्तीसगढ़
Member – Board of Studies V.C. Nominee, Pt. Ravi Shankar Shukla University Raipur.
Home science Faculty Member Pt. Ravi Shankar Shukla University Raipur.
Guided
Ph.D Scholars
Guided Ph.D Scholars –
Candidates. Ph.D awarded 05
Registered total  03
Candidates, Above 55 dissertations for M.Sc. Food and nutrition, P.G. Diploma in Dietetics and IGNOU Student of D.F.S.M.
Resources Person – Aanganwadi Supervisor training, Workshop in Computer training Programme by Saksham champion training programme (from 12.12.2011 & 22.12.2011)


 

Home Science Department Faculties

 
S NoFaculty PhotoFaculty NameQualificationDepartmentDesignationMobile No
1 Smt. Mamta R.DeoM.Hsc.Home ScienceAsst. Professor (HOD) 09993844723
2 Renu TripathiM.Hsc.Home ScienceAsst. Professor7388654819
 

Home Science Department Photos