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1. Department of History

Faculty profile- Adequacy and competency of faculty :

There are Three Permanent posts of History Faculty members in the Deptt. Of History. At present three members of Faculty are in Permanent service one is as tutor and four are on fellowship of Rajeev Gandhi National fellowship scheme of U.G.C. Out of total faculties, 02 are Ph.D. holder and six are P.G. (Non Ph.D.). The faculty is qualified, energetic, competent and having interest research and other academic activities like participation in national and international level conference and Seminars.

1. Learning resources of the department Library, computers, Laboratories and other resources.

(i) Library of the college

(ii) Reading Room of the college.

(iii) Internet

2. Modern teaching methods practiced and use of ICT in teaching learning :

Modern Teaching methods used – The members of the faculty use college Library and Internet Facility (Available, in college and at home) for teaching purpose. The students of the college also frequently use the Books, Journals and Periodicals available in the library of the college.

3. Participation and teaching in Academic and personal counseling of students.

The Members of History faculty take care for up gradation of regular students of the college. The teaching staff is always available for solving the problems of the students. For P.G. students and Final years U.G. Students, career counseling cell works under the guidance of a permanent Faculty Member, to get them proper chance in higher studies, research and placement in job.

4. Participation/ Contribution of teachers to the academic activities including teaching, counseling and research :

(i) Dr. M. A. Lari Azad, Convernor Organised National Seminar on Global Changes & Challenges on 14th – 15th March, 2010.

(ii) Faculty Members teach in classes and encourage students to ask the questions. Besides this, students are advised to write answers in their Own Language and get them checked from the concerned teacher. In P.G. class, a topic is given to the students in prior, and students give their presentation before faculty as well as class students. They are prepared to equip well for their best performance in university Exam.

(iii) Faculty provide consultancy to the students to prepare them for competitive Exam. And Entrance Exam. Such as-

i. Ph.D. Entrance, NET, SLET etc.

ii. Civil services.

(iv)

(a) Faculty members act as guide for research work in pursuance of Ph.D. by the P.G. Students.

(b) For development of skill, teaching methods Faculty of this deptt. Is regularly participate in national and international seminars, Conferences, and workshops.

(iv) Progress of Research Work.

(a) Research completed during last five years- 10 research scholars completed his/ her research work under the supervision of faculty members.

(b) Research in Progress : Research work of 08 students is in Progress under the Supervision of Dr. K.D. Sharma (Principal) and Dr. M.A. Lari Azad, HOD.

5. Collaboration with other Department/ institution at state, National and International levels and their out come during the past two years.

Collaboration with other Institutions :

(i) Indian History Congress.

(ii) U.P History Congress.

(iii) A.P. History Congress.

(iv) South India History Congress.

(v) Indian Council of Historical research.

(vi) Indian Council of Social science research.

Faculty Members regularly participate in the activities Organised by the above said national level institutions.

6. Priority areas for Research and details of the on going projects. Important and Note worthy publication of the faculty, during the last two years.

Publication of the faculty members

Books written by Dr. K.D. Sharma (Principal)

1. Impact of Gandhi on Rural Development and Social change-

Mohit Publications, New Delhi, 1997

2. Pracheen Bharat Ka Ltihas (Prarambh se 650 A.D.)-

Akash Publications and Distributors, Ghaziabad (U.P.). 2005.

Publication of Articles of Dr. K.D. Sharma (Principal).

3. 1857 Ka Pratham Swadhinta Sangram, Rashtriya Cheta ka Prteek, Dr. K.D. Sharma. & Prof. Asutosh Pandey, Published in the Journal of the Meerut University Alumni, May 2006.

4. Swatantrata Prapti ke poorv dashak mein Janpad Bulandshahr mein 1942 ki kranti hetu prashth in bhoomi taiyar karne mein sahitya, patrakarita aur samajsewi sangathno ka yogdan. Published in research Journal of Social Sciences, Meerut 2005.

5. 1857 : Krati : Oudh aur Paryavaran, Published in the journal of the Meerut University, Alimni, May 2006.

6. Contribution of Women in Quit Inida Movement 1942 in Meerut Mandal – Accepted for Publication in Journal “The Past” Published from The School of Historical Research Society, Aligarh.

7. Cripps Mission – A Critical Evaluation. Accepted for Publication in Journal “The Past” Published from The School Historical Research Society, Aligarh.

8. An Archaeological Survey of Colonial Buildings of District Bulandshahr. Accepted for Publication in Journal “The Past” Published from The School of Historical Research Society, Aligarh.

For More Details, Please see the Profile of our Principal

Books written by Dr. M.A. Lari Azad (Head)

(I) Indian Historiography (Mahindra Publications, Gorakhpur, 1987, 1997).

(II) Religion and Politics in India During the 17th Century (Criterion Publications, Delhi, 1990).

(III) Mongol-Hindi Learner (Tarema Publications, Mongolia, 2002).

(IV) A Literary History of Bulandshahr (U.S.M. Publications, Ghaziabad, 1997).

(V) A Literary History of Deoria (U.S.M. Publications, Ghaziabad, 1999).

(VI) Heart Beats of India, VOL: 03 Edited (A.I.P.C. 2010).

(VII) Leelawati Samagra, VOL: 03 Edited (A.I.P.C. 2006).

(VIII) Vimala Samagra, VOL: 03 Edited (A.I.P.C. 2005).

(IX) An International Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences entitled ‘JHSS Publishing since last Six year ISSN No. 0974-8806.

Publication of Articles of Dr. M.A. Lari Azad (Head).

1. Role of Historians in building future India (JHSS, May 2009 Vol. : VI) ISSN No. 0974-8806 Pages 17-22.

2. Contribution of Pd. Malviya in Hindu-Muslim Unity (JHSS, Nov. 2007 Vol. : II) ISSN No. 0974-8806 Pages 27-31.

3. Contribution of Ulema in 1857 revolution in Meerut division (Itihas Darpan, Aurangabad, MS July 2007, Vol. : II-2) Pages 34-36.

4. A new Light on the Religio -

political Aspect of Chinghis Khan & his successors

(1) Read in the International Conference Commemorating 840th Anniversary of Chinggis Khan, National University of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, 24May, 2002

5. Some Religio-Political Aspectes of Chingis Khan & his successors

(1) Accepted in the 8th International Congress of Mongolists, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia 5-12 Aug. 2002

(2) Proceedings of Indian History Congress, 64th Session, 28-30 Dec. 2003 (University of Mysore) P.P. 1231-1237

6. Historiography in Ancient Sanskrit Epics & Literature

(1) Abstracts IX th World Sanskrit Conference, Melbourne, Australia Jan. 9-15,1994, P.11

(2) Proceeding of Indian History Congress 53rd Session, 13-15 Feb., 1993 (Kakatiya University, Warangal) P. 131

7. Amir Khusrau’s Contribution to Folk-Literature .(In Hindi)

(1) Read in the IVth World Hindi Conference, Moka, Mauritius, 2-4 Dec. 1993

(2) ‘Chakravak’, Jan. 2007 (Delhi) P.P. 89-97

8. Was Aurangzeb guilty of Guru Teg Bahadur’s Execution ?

(1) Proceedings of Indian History Congress 50th Session, 30-31 Dec., 1989-1st Jan.,1990 (Gorakhpur University) P. 204

(2) Read in the U.P. History Congress, Vth Session 1-2 Oct., 1989 (Ghaziabad)

9. Was Jahangir guilty of Guru Arjun’s Execution ?

(1) Proceedings of Indian History Congress 51st Session, 28-30 Dec., 1990 (Calcutta University) P. 263

(2) ‘Journal of Historical Studies’ (BHU, Varanasi) Vol.-II, 1990, P.P. 99-106

(3) ’Osmania Journal of Historical Research’ (Hyderabad), Vol.-III & IV, Jan 1986 –Dec. 1990 No. 3 & 4, P.P. 81-90

10. Were Jainas banished from Agra during the reign of Jahangir ?

(1) ‘U.P. Hitorical Review’ (Allahabad) Vol.- V, 1988-1989, P.P. 56-64

(2) Read in the Institute of Historical Studies 26th Session, (Agra University) 9-11 March, 1988

11. Amir Khusrau, the Hindi Poet of U.P.as a Historian(In Hindi)

(1) Proceeding of U.P. History Congress IIIrd Session, (Allahabad University), 20-21 Dec., 1987, P.17

(2) Read in the U.P. Regional Historical Research Institute IVth Seminar (Gorakhpur University) 31 March, 1 April, 1987

(3) ‘Hindustani’ (Allahabad) (April-June, 1990) P.P. 24-31

12. Aurangzeb‘s Policy of Majority Appeasement

(1) Read in the National Seminar Institute of Objective Studies, Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi, 23,24,25 Oct., 1993

(2) ’Journal of Objective Studies’ (Delhi),

Vol.- 7 No.1 Jan. 1995 P.P. -107-105

13. Religion in the Political Dealings of Humayun

(1) ’Explorations in Indian History ‘ (Proceedings of UPHC) Delhi 2007; P.P. 143-149

14. Some Aspects of the Society of Urdu Poets of Andhra Desha during the late 17th Century

(1) Read in the ICHR National Seminar Osmania University, Hyderabad 19-20 March, 1993

(2) ‘Itihas Darpan’ (Aurangabad) Jan.2007; P.P. 19-22

(3) ’Journal of Humanities &Social Sciences’ (Khurja) March 2007;P.P. 18-21

15. Communal Problems in Post- Independence India : An Analysis in Historical Perspective (In Hindi)

(1) Read in the U.G.C. Seminar (COHSSIP) S.D.P.G. College, Ghaziabad, 24-25

Feb. 1989

(2) Read in the U.G.C. Seminar (COHSSIP) S.S.V.P.G. College, Hapur, 15 Jan.,1990

(3) ‘Sampradayikta, Rashtriya Pahchan aur Rashtriya Ekikaran’ Ed. Dr.A.P. Saraswat (Sarup & Sons, New Delhi),1991,P.P. 11-17

16. Nehru in the Eyes of a Contemporary Foreign Diplomat (In Hindi)

(1) Read in the U.P. Regional Historical Research Institute, Vth Seminar (Gorakhpur University)28-29 April,1989

17. Beginning of Natoinal Unity and Foundation of the Indian Natoinal Congress : A Monograph

(1) Accepted in the Canandian Conference on the Centenary of the Indian National Congress, Concordia University,

Montreal (Canada) 16-18 May. 1986

18. BulandShahr in Namak Satyagraha (In Hindi)

(1) Read in the ICHR National Seminar Kumaon University, National 23-24 April, 1993

19. Sidelights on Malviya’s Contribution to Hindu-Muslim Unity (In Hindi)

(1) Read in the U.G.C. (COHSSIP) Seminar K.D. College, Mawana 16April, 1993

20. Historical Geography of Modern Deoria (In Hindi)

(1) Summary of Proceedings of U.P.

Regional Historical Research Institute,

IIIrd Seminar (Gorakpur University) 11-

12 Oct., 1985 P.20

21. Historic Tradition of History (In Hindi)

(1) ’ShodhaK’ (Jaipur) (Ganga Dushehra 1982 P.P. 109-117

(2) ’Ritandhara’ (Deoria) (Jan, Feb. March 1982) P.P. 19-28

(3) Proceeding of Indian History Compilation Association, 1st session (Gorakhpur University)25 April, 1982

22. Utility of History (In Hindi)

(1) ’Ritandhara’ (Oct. Nov. Dec. 1982) P.P. 26-31

23. Historical Writing in Ancient India (In Hindi)

(1) ’Ritandhara’ (Jan. Feb. March 1983) P.P. 13-22

24. Role of History & Historians in making an United India (In Hindi)

(1) Read in the U.G.C. Seminar (COHSSIP) L.R.P.G College, Sahibabad 19-20 Jan., 1990

(2) ‘Itihas Darpan’ (Aurangabad) Jan. 2006; P.P. 85-90

25. Life and Teachings of Nanak (In Hindi)

(1) In Booklet From (Deoria) 23 Nov. 1980, P.P.-10 (Often Published)

26. Immortal Teachings of Nanak (In Hindi)

(1) In Booklet From (Deoria) 1Nov. 1982

P.P.-10

27. Was there no Shakespeare ? (In Hindi)

(1) ‘Ritanhara’ (Deoria) July, Aug. Sept. ,

1978 P.P.1-16

28. Contribution of the First Poet Amir Khusrau to Hindi Folksongs (In Hindi)

(1) Read in the Vlth World Hindi Conference SOAS, London University (UK) 14-18 Sept. 1999

29. Bhojpuri as origin of Hindi in Mauritius (In Hindi)

(1) Accepted in the Vth World Hindi Cnference Trinidad &Tobago (W.I.),4-8 April 1996

30. Hundred Years of Hindi Cinema : A Sociological Survey (In Hindi)

(1) Accepted in the Vth World Hindi Conference Trinidad &Tobago (W.I.), 4-8 April 1996

(About 25 more Articles of Historical importance published in the Literary Magazines.)

7. Placement record of the past students and the contribution of the department to aid student placement.

Faculty members take personal interest in helping the students, who wish to appear in competitive professional Exams with the active help of faculty members, a large and other good jobs. Some Examples are noted down-

(i) Dr. K.D. Sharma, Principal N.R.E.C. College Khurja.

(ii) Dr. Laxmi Prakash, M.M.H. College Ghaziabad.

(iii) Dr. Muzaffar Husain, J.S. (PG) College Sikandrabad.

8. Plan of Action the Department for the next five years.

Plan of Action of the Department for the next five years.

(i) To Organize National Seminars.

(ii) To Organize National Symposium.

(iii) To Invite Historians of National Repute, National Office Bearers of Indian History Congress to deliver the talk before the Students.

(iv) Group Discussion, Quiz Project, Essay Competition on Indian History.

(v) To Start Some vocational Courses to Develop Job Orientation.

(vi) To motivate students for civil services.

In View of the enhancement of academic vision, it’s proposed to organize above- said activities so that, the students get more prepare for competitive Examinations.


2. Department of Economics

1. Faculty profile- adequacy and competency of faculty :

There are Five Permanent posts of Economics Faculty members in the Deptt. Of Economics. At present only four members of Faculty are in Permanent service and one is as tutor. Out of total faculties, one is Ph.D. holder and three are P.G. (Non Ph.D.). The faculty qualified, energetic, competent and having interest research and other academic activities like participation in national and international level conference and Seminars.

2. Participation/ Contribution of teachers to the academic activities including teaching, counseling and research :

(i) Faculty Members teach in classes and encourage students to ask the questions. Besides this, students are advised to write answers in their Own Language and get them checked from the concerned teacher. In P.G. class, a topic is given to the students in prior, and students give their presentation before faculty as well as class students. They are prepared to equip well for their best performance in university Exam.

(ii) Faculty provide consultancy to the students to prepare them for competitive Exam. And Entrance Exam. Such as-

i. Indian Economic Services.

ii. Indian Army, Navy and Air Force.

iii. Ph.D. Entrance, NET, SLET etc.

iv. Civil services.

(iii)

(a) Faculty members act as guide for research work in pursuance of Ph.D. by the P.G. Students.

(b) For development of skill, teaching methods Faculty of this deptt. Is regularly participate in national and international seminars, Conferences, and workshops.

(iv) Progress of Research Work.

(a) Research completed during last five years- 03 research scholars completed his/ her research work under the supervision of faculty members.

(b) Research in Progress – 01 Dr. D. M. Bansal

3. Collaboration with other Department/ institution at state, National and International levels and their out come during the past two years.

Collaboration with other Institutions :

(i) All India Economics Association.

(ii) Indian Banking Association.

(iii) Central Glass and ceramic research institute, Khurja.

Faculty Members regularly participate in the activities Organised by the above said national level institutions.

4. Priority areas for Research and details of the on going projects. Important and Note worthy publication of the faculty, during the last two years.

Rural Development, foreign trade, Globlisation of Economy and other various aspects of Indian economy.

Publication of the faculty members

Publication of Articles of Dr. Om Prakash Singh

Corporate Kheti Ewan Bhoomi Adhigrahan Samadhan – (Politics – A Journal of Social Science) Vol.-05, Dec. 2008

5. Placement record of the past students and the contribution of the department to aid student placement.

Faculty members take personal interest in helping the students, who wish to appear in competitive professional Exams with the active help of faculty members, a large and other good jobs. Some Examples are noted down-

(i) Dr. Maya Ram- Retd. Director (Higher Education) U.P.

(ii) Mr. Ram Kishan Sharma – Lecturer, Inter College Sikandrarao.

6. Plan of Action the Department for the next five years.

Plan of Action of the Department for the next five years.

(i) To Organize National Seminars.

(ii) To Organize Symposium

(iii) To Invite Social Activists, Economist. National Office Bearers of Indian Economics Association and Indian Economics Association to Deliver the talk before the Students.

(iv) Group Discussion, Quiz Project, Essay Competition.

(v) To Start Some vocational Courses to Develop Job Orientation.

In View of the enhancement of academic vision, it’s proposed to organize above- said activities so that, the students get more prepare for competitive Examinations.


3. Department of English

1. Faculty profile- adequacy and competency of faculty :

There are Five Permanent posts of English Faculty members in the Deptt. Of English. At present only one member of Faculty are in Permanent service and one is as tutor. Total faculties are Ph.D. holder. The faculty qualified, energetic, competent and having interest research.

2. Participation and teaching in Academic and personal counseling of students.

The Members of English faculty take care for up gradation of regular students of the college. The teaching staff is always available for solving the problems of the students. For P.G. students and Final years U.G. Students, career counseling cell works under the guidance of a permanent Faculty Member, to get them proper chance in higher studies, research and placement in job.

3. Participation/ Contribution of teachers to the academic activities including teaching, counseling and research :

(i) Faculty Members teach in classes and encourage students to ask the questions. Besides this, students are advised to write answers in their Own Language and get them checked from the concerned teacher. In P.G. class, a topic is given to the students in prior, and students give their presentation before faculty as well as class students. They are prepared to equip well for their best performance in university Exam.

(ii) Faculty provide consultancy to the students to prepare them for competitive Exam. And Entrance Exam. Such as-

i. Indian Army, Navy and Air Force.

ii. Ph.D. Entrance, NET, SLET etc.

iii. Civil services.

(iii)

(a) Faculty members act as guide for research work in pursuance of Ph.D. by the P.G. Students.
(b) For development of skill, teaching methods Faculty of this deptt. Is regularly participate in national and international seminars, Conferences, and workshops.

(iv) Progress of Research Work.

Research in Progress : Research work of 04 students is in Progress under the Supervision of Dr. Seema Maheshwari.

4. Collaboration with other Department/ institution at state, National and International levels and their out come during the past two years.

Collaboration with other Institutions :

(i) CETA , Meerut.

Faculty Members regularly participate in the activities Organised by the above said national level institutions.

5. Priority areas for Research and details of the on going projects. Important and Note worthy publication of the faculty, during the last two years.

Amrican Literature, Modern Poets

6. Placement record of the past students and the contribution of the department to aid student placement.

Faculty members take personal interest in helping the students, who wish to appear in competitive professional Exams with the active help of faculty members, a large and other good jobs. Some Examples are noted down-

(i) Dr. Dinesh Bhardwaj – Vice Principal in Degree College, Patna.

(ii) Mr. Arvind Pratap Tomar – CDA Officer, Meerut.

7. Plan of Action the Department for the next five years.

Plan of Action of the Department for the next five years.

(i) To Organize National Seminars.

(ii) To Organize Symposium

(iii) To Start Some vocational Courses to Develop Job Orientation.

In View of the enhancement of academic vision, it’s proposed to organize above- said activities so that, the students get more prepare for competitive Examinations.


4. Department of Hindi

1. Faculty profile- adequacy and competency of faculty :

There are Six Permanent posts of Hindi Faculty members in the Deptt. Of Hindi. At present only Four members of Faculty are in Permanent service, one is as tutor and four on fellowship of Rajeev Gandhi National fellowship scheme of U.G.C. Out of total faculties, 04 are Ph.D. holder and Six are P.G. (Non Ph.D.). The faculty qualified, energetic, competent and having interest research and other academic activities like participation in national and international level conference and Seminars.

2. Participation and teaching in Academic and personal counseling of students.

The Members of Hindi faculty take care for up gradation of regular students of the college. The teaching staff is always available for solving the problems of the students. For P.G. students and Final years U.G. Students, career counseling cell works under the guidance of a permanent Faculty Member, to get them proper chance in higher studies, research and placement in job.

3. Participation/ Contribution of teachers to the academic activities including teaching, counseling and research :

(i) Faculty Members teach in classes and encourage students to ask the questions. Besides this, students are advised to write answers in their Own Language and get them checked from the concerned teacher. In P.G. class, a topic is given to the students in prior, and students give their presentation before faculty as well as class students. They are prepared to equip well for their best performance in university Exam.

(ii) Faculty provide consultancy to the students to prepare them for competitive Exam. And Entrance Exam. Such as-

i. Translater, Journalist, Technical Langauge Asstt. etc.

ii. Indian Army, Navy and Air Force.

iii. Ph.D. Entrance, NET, SLET etc.

iv. Civil services.

(iii)

(a) Faculty members act as guide for research work in pursuance of Ph.D. by the P.G. Students.

(b) For development of skill, teaching methods Faculty of this deptt. Is regularly participate in national and international seminars, Conferences, and workshops.

(iv) Progress of Research Work.

(a) Research completed during last five years- 17 research scholars completed his/ her research work under the supervision of faculty members.

(b) Research in Progress : Research work of 17 students is in Progress under the Supervision of Dr. B. P. Singh, Dr. Suraj Bhan and Dr. Krishna SHARMA

4. Collaboration with other Department/ institution at state, National and International levels and their out come during the past two years.

Collaboration with other Institutions :

(i) Hindi Sahitya Sammelan, Prayag.

(ii) Rajbhasha Takniki Shabdabali Aayog, Delhi.

(iii) Dakshni Hindi Prasar Sabha, Mysore.

(iv) Sahitya Akadami, Delhi.

Faculty Members regularly participate in the activities Organised by the above said national level institutions.

5. Priority areas for Research and details of the on going projects. Important and Note worthy publication of the faculty, during the last two years.

Critism, Analysis, Description of Different poets and authors.

Publication of the faculty members

Books Edited by Dr. Rajesh Kumar Paswan

(i) “Samsyaen Dalito ki” (Issues with regard to Dalits) Weekly column in National Daily Rastriya Sahara. Wrote by Chandra Bhan Prasad.

Publication of Articles of Dr. Rajesh Kumar Paswan

(i) “Samved Dharrmi Kavi Raidesh” Apeksha June 2003.

(ii) “Zoothan ki Dalit Aatmabhivyakti” Apeksha Oct. 2003.

(iii) “Dalit Aatmkathao ki Jaroorat” Hans August 2004.

Books Edited by Dr. Bhadrapal Singh

(i) Bhool – Dalit Chetna Par Aadharit Khand Kavya.

(ii) Bharat Mata – Kavita Sangrah.

(iii) Maa – Karunras Pradhan Khand Kavya.

(iv) Bharat Ki Maati – Kavita Sangarh.

(v) Vradd Pathik – Khand kavya.

Publication of Articles of Dr. Suraj Bhan

(i) Dalit Samsya Aur Uski Awdharna – Dalit Januddbodh – Dec. 2004.

(ii) Samajik Kranti Ke Agradoot : Dr. B. R. Ambedkar – Dalit Januddbodh – Dec. 2004.

(iii) Aadhunik Hindi Main Lok Sahitya Ke Nirmata – Sammelan Patrika (Srandhanjali Visheshank).

Publication of Articles of Dr. Krishna Sharma

(i) Dhawani Sidhani Ke Pariprakshya Main Hindi Chhayawadi Kavya – JHSS – March 2007.

(ii) Premchand Ke Upaniyas Adarshwad Se Yatharthwad Tak ki Yatra – JHSS – Nov. 2007.

(iii) Pant Ke Navehetna Kavya Main Dhawni – JHSS – Oct. 2009.

6. Placement record of the past students and the contribution of the department to aid student placement.

Faculty members take personal interest in helping the students, who wish to appear in competitive professional Exams with the active help of faculty members, a large and other good jobs. Some Examples are noted down-

(i) Ms. Anjna Vashisth – I. A. S. (Account Services)

(ii) Dr. Harvansh Lal Sharma – Prof. AMU

(iii) Dr. Som Prakash Sudebh – Prof. JNU

(iv) Sh. Prem Pal Sharma – Joint Secertary, Indian Railway.

(v) Dr. Brajpal Singh – Principal, Degree College, Kanth.

7. Plan of Action the Department for the next five years.

Plan of Action of the Department for the next five years.

(i) To Organize National Seminars.

(ii) To Organize Symposium

(iii) To Invite Famous Poets, Authors and Office Bearers of Different Oragnization of Hindi to Deliver the talk before the Students.

(iv) Group Discussion, Quiz Project, Essay Competition.

(v) To Start Some vocational Courses to Develop Job Orientation.

In View of the enhancement of academic vision, it’s proposed to organize above- said activities so that, the students get more prepare for competitive Examinations.


5.Department of Geography

1. Faculty profile- adequacy and competency of faculty :

There are Six Permanent posts of Geography Faculty members in the Deptt. Of Geography. At present only three members of Faculty are in Permanent capacity and one is as tutor. Out of total faculties, 02 are Ph.D. holder and two are P.G. (Non Ph.D.). Dr. A.K. Chhaukar, Head of Deptt. has submitted his D.Litt. on 21 oct. 2009. The faculty is qualified, energetic, competent and having interest in research and other academic activities like participation in national and international level conference and Seminars.

2. Participation and teaching in Academic and personal counseling of students.

The Members of Geography faculty take care of the up gradation of regular students of the deptt. The teaching staff is always available for solving the problems of the students. For P.G. students and Final years U.G. Students, career counseling cell works under the guidance of a permanent Faculty Member to get them proper chance in higher studies, research and placement in job.

3. Details of faculty development programmes and teachers who have benefited during the past five years.

One orientation course.

One refresher course.

4. Participation/ Contribution of teachers to the academic activities including teaching, counseling and research :

(i) Faculty Members teach in classes and encourage students to ask the questions. Besides this, students are advised to write answers in their own language and get them checked from the concerned teacher. In P.G. class, a topic is given to the students in prior and students give their presentation in presence of faculty members as well as class students. They are prepared to equip well for their best performance in university Exam. The students are also being made aware of the physico-political information of the earth.

(ii) Faculty provide consultancy to the students to prepare them for competitive Exam. and Entrance Exam. Such as-

i. Geographical Survey of India.

ii. Remote Sensing and Area Development.

iii. Urban and Town Planning.

iv. Indian council of Agriculture Research.

v. Metereological Department of India.

vi. Census deparment of India.

vii. Naval Hydrographic Deparment.

viii. Indian Army, Navy and Air Force.

ix. Ph.D. Entrance, NET, SLET etc.

x. Provincial services / Civil services.

xi. Tourism Department.

xii. Cartography.

(iii)

(a) Faculty members act as guide for research work in pursuance of Ph.D. by the P.G. Students.

(b) For development of skill and teaching methods, the Faculty of this deptt. is regularly participating in national and international seminars, Conferences, and workshops.

(iv) Progress of Research Work.

(a) Research completed during last five years- research scholars completed their research work under the supervision of faculty members.

(b) Research in Progress : Research work of 08 students is in Progress under the Supervision of Dr. A.K. Chhaukar and Dr. C.N. Dwivedi

5. Collaboration with other Department/ institution at state, National and International levels and their out come during the past two years.

Collaboration with other Institutions :

(i) National Association of Geographers of Inida.

(ii) All India Geographical Congress.

(iii) National Geography Societies.

Faculty Members regularly participate in the activities Organised by the above said national level institutions.

6. Priority areas for Research and details of the on going projects. Important and Note worthy publication of the faculty, during the last two years.

(i) Flood / Water Resource management & Environmental Development.

(ii) Agricultural Development & Food security.

Published Books & Articles of Dr. A.K. Chhaukar

Books

(i) Floods and Rural Settlements – Mohit Publication, Delhi, 1995

(ii) Agricultural Development and Food Security in west Asia – Concept Publishing Comp., New Delhi (Under Publication)

Articles

(i) Planning for the Growth of Agricultural Productivity and Economic Development : A Study of Dadri Tehsil (Haryana)” Fifty Years of Indian Agriculture Vol. 1 edited by Prof. Ali Mohammad (2007), Concept Publishing Comp., New Delhi.

(ii) “Changing pattern of crop Land – Use In Dadri Tehsil ( Haryana)- 1966-93,” Fifty Years of Indian Agriculture Vol. 2 edited by Prof. Ali Mohammad (2007), Concept Publishing Comp., New Delhi.

(iii) Pottery Industry and Enviroment Degradation : A Geographical Study of Khurja City in Uttar Pradesh,” Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences, Vol. IV (2008), Khurja.

7. Placement record of the past students and the contribution of the department to aid student placement.

Faculty members take personal interest in helping the students, who wish to appear in competitive professional Exams with the active help of faculty members, a large and other good jobs. Some Examples are noted down-

(i) Dr. R. P. Singh, Principal/Ex- Vice Chancellor, C.C.S. University, Meerut.

(ii) Dr. N. P. Singh, Principal, Meerut College, Meerut.

(iii) Dr. P. K. Sharma, Reader, P. G. College, Khekra.

(iv) Shri Satya Prakash Sharma, Principal Civil Naval Hydrographic Officer, Dehradhun.

(v) Dr. Shantwna Dass, Lecturer, Jabalpur College, M.P.

(vi) Dr. Santosh Kumar Son, Lecturer, S. V. Inter College, Aligarh.

(vii) Dr. Yogesh Mittal, Reader, Deptt. Of Geog. Govt. College, Charkhi Dadri (Haryana).

(viii) Dr. Arun Kumar Rana, Lecturer Central School, Narora (Bulandshahr).

(ix) Dr. Gyan Prakash, Lecture, J.A.S. Inter College, Khurja, Bulandshahr.

(x) Dr. Rishi Pal Singh, Lecture, Janta Inter College, Pahasu, Bulandshahr

(xi) Dr. J.V. Singh (Principal)

(xii) Dr. Naresh Sharma (Principal) Intermediate College, Gothani, Bulandshahr.

8. Plan of Action of the Department for the next five years.

(i) To Organize National Seminars and Symposium.

(ii) Organization of Resource Persons Talks.

(iii) Starting of job oriented free coaching for U.G. & P.G. final year students.

(iv) Visit of physiographic regions to make the students aware of their origin & formation.

(v) Practice of map prepration and awareness of physico-political information of the earth.

(vi) Development of Hi-tech Library & Lab.

(vii) Relasationship with the Geography deptt. of the central universities & job oriented course institutions.

In View of the enhancement of academic vision, it’s proposed to organize above- said activities so that, the students may get efficiency in preparation for competitive Examinations.


6. Department of Political Science

1. Faculty profile- adequacy and competency of faculty :

There are Five Permanent posts of Pol. Science Faculty members in the Deptt. Of Pol. Science. At present only two members of Faculty are in Permanent service and one are as tutor. The faculty qualified, energetic, competent and having interest research and other academic activities like participation in national and international level conference and Seminars.

2. Participation and teaching in Academic and personal counseling of students.

The Members of Pol. Science faculty take care for up gradation of regular students of the college. The teaching staff is always available for solving the problems of the students. For P.G. students and Final years U.G. Students, career counseling cell works under the guidance of a permanent Faculty Member, to get them proper chance in higher studies, research and placement in job.

3. Participation/ Contribution of teachers to the academic activities including teaching, counseling and research :

(i) Faculty Members teach in classes and encourage students to ask the questions. Besides this, students are advised to write answers in their Own Language and get them checked from the concerned teacher. In P.G. class, a topic is given to the students in prior, and students give their presentation before faculty as well as class students. They are prepared to equip well for their best performance in university Exam.

(ii) Faculty provide consultancy to the students to prepare them for competitive Exam. And Entrance Exam. Such as-

i. Indian Army, Navy and Air Force.

ii. Ph.D. Entrance, NET, SLET etc.

iii. Civil services.

(iii) For development of skill, teaching methods Faculty of this deptt. Is regularly participate in national and international seminars, Conferences, and workshops.

4. Placement record of the past students and the contribution of the department to aid student placement.

Faculty members take personal interest in helping the students, who wish to appear in competitive professional Exams with the active help of faculty members, a large and other good jobs. Some examples are noted down–

(i) Dr. P. P. Singh, Ex-Principal, N. R. E. C. College, Khurja.

(ii) Dr. Kusum Consul, Retd. Reader Bareilly College, Bareilly.

(iii) Dr. Narendra Mehta, Retd. Reader University of Punjab.

(iv) Sh. Shyam Lal Vashishtha, Retd. Reader, K. R. College, Mathura.

(v) Dr. N. K. Gupta, Reader S. D. College, Ghaziaabad.

(vi) Sh. A. K. Gupta, Retd. Reader & Head, N. R. E. C. College, Khurja.

Works done by Dr. Iftekhar Ahmed Ansari

Conference & Seminars

Presented in International Conferences :

1) Locus of control as a determinant of health in university students. Presented in multidisciplinary international conference on emerging issus and global economic scenario organized by Aishwarya College, Udaipur, Rajasthan, August 21-24, 2009.

2) Philosophical concept of psyche in Islam in the light of Quran and Hadith. Presented in International conference on concept of psyche in Islam, organized by department of psychology, AMU and Institute of objective studies New Delhi, on Oct, 26-28, 2009.

3) Rise of Political Consciousness among the Muslims of Uttar Pradesh. Presented in International Conference on Post Modernism : Dimensions and Challenges, organized by Varshaney College, Aligarh and ICSSR, New Delhi on 4, 5&6 March, 2011.

4) Issues of Minorities and Higher Education, Presented in International conference on Open and Distance Learning for Social Justice, Organized by the centre for distance Education, AMU, Aligarh on 22-24 March 2011.

5) Access and Issues of Education for Minorities, Presented in International Conference of Management & Engineering Studies, Aligarh and Singhania University, Jhunjhunu on 24 July, 2011.

6) International Environment Law in an International Conference Organized by the Indian Society of International Law on 4-7 Oct, 2001.

Presented in National Seminar

1) Voting participation of Muslims in Globalization. Presented in National Seminar on Global changes and challenges, organized by N.R.E.C. College, Khurja, on 14-15 March, 2010.

2) Political participation of Muslims in Utter Pradesh. Presented in National Seminar on Global changes and challenges, organized by N.R.E.C. College, Khurja, on 14-15 March, 2010.

Publications :

(A) Published :

1) Locus of Control as a determinant of Health in University Students, Journal of Well Being, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2011, PP. 39-45.

2) Issues of Minorities and higher education, Indian Journal of Health and Wellbeing, Vol. 2, No. 2, 2011, PP. 485-487.

3) The Philosophical concept of Psyche in Islam in Light of Quran and Hadith, Pune Journal of Philosophy, e-version available on website : PJOP.com in September Issue of 2011.

5. Plan of Action the Department for the next five years.

Plan of Action of the Department for the next five years.

(i) To Organize National Seminars.

(ii) To Organize Symposium

(iii) To Invite Pol. Activists, National Office Bearers of Indian Pol. Science Association, etc. to Deliver the talk before the Students.

(iv) Group Discussion, Quiz Project, Essay Competition.

(v) To Start Some vocational Courses to Develop Job Orientation.

In View of the enhancement of academic vision, it’s proposed to organize above- said activities so that, the students get more prepare for competitive Examinations.


7. Department of Psychology

1. Faculty profile- adequacy and competency of faculty :

There are four Permanent posts of Psychology Faculty members in the Deptt. Of Psychology. At present only three members of Faculty are in Permanent service. Out of total faculties, 01 are Ph.D. holder and one is P.G. (Non Ph.D.). The faculty qualified, energetic, competent and having interest research and other academic activities like participation in national and international level conference and Seminars.

2. Participation and teaching in Academic and personal counseling of students.

The Members of Psychology faculty take care for up gradation of regular students of the college. The teaching staff is always available for solving the problems of the students. For P.G. students and Final years U.G. Students, career counseling cell works under the guidance of a permanent Faculty Member, to get them proper chance in higher studies, research and placement in job.

3. Participation/ Contribution of teachers to the academic activities including teaching, counseling and research :

(i) Faculty Members teach in classes and encourage students to ask the questions. Besides this, students are advised to write answers in their Own Language and get them checked from the concerned teacher. In P.G. class, a topic is given to the students in prior, and students give their presentation before faculty as well as class students. They are prepared to equip well for their best performance in university Exam.

(ii) Faculty provide consultancy to the students to prepare them for competitive Exam. And Entrance Exam. Such as-

i. As psychologist in Interviews.

ii. As clinical psychologist in Hospital.

iii. As child guidance & counseling.

iv. Industrial Psychology.

v. Ph.D. Entrance, NET, SLET etc.

vi. Civil services.

(iii)

(a) Faculty members act as guide for research work in pursuance of Ph.D. by the P.G. Students.

(b) For development of skill, teaching methods Faculty of this deptt. Is regularly participate in national and international seminars, Conferences, and workshops.

4. Collaboration with other Department/ institution at state, National and International levels and their out come during the past two years.

Collaboration with other Institutions :

(i) Indian Psychology Association.

(ii) Prachi Association of fundamental Research, Meerut.

(iii) Association of Behavioural Scientist, Agra.

(iv) Psycho lingua, Agra.

Faculty Members regularly participate in the activities Organised by the above said national level institutions.

5. Priority areas for Research and details of the on going projects. Important and Note worthy publication of the faculty, during the last two years.

A. Clinical psychological assessment & counseling

B. Inter Discipline Researches.

C. Personaly Research

D. Adolescent Psychology.

E. Psychometry.

Publication of the faculty members

Publication of Dr. Y. K. S. Chauhan

1. Opinion displaying test (for lectures). Publishing in national psycho. Corp. Agra 2006.

2. Personal information record. Published in MAPA 2008

3. Gender identify and originality of adolescent. Paper present in UGC Seminar at Government College, Chandigarh 2009.

4. Globalization impact on Indian economy. Paper present in ICSSR & UGC Seminar at simbhaoli (2010).

5. Human rights & Women. Paper Present in UGC Seminar at Amroha 2010.

6. Placement record of the past students and the contribution of the department to aid student placement.

Faculty members take personal interest in helping the students, who wish to in competitive professional Exams with the active help of faculty members, a large and other good jobs. Some Examples are noted down-

(i) Dr. Anita Garg – HOD Psychology, A. K. P. College, Khurja.

(ii) Dr. Kusum Tyagi – HOD Psychology, V.M.L.G. College, Ghaziyabad.

(iii) Dr. Shakil Ahmed – Psychologist.

7. Plan of Action the Department for the next five years.

Plan of Action of the Department for the next five years.

(i) To Organize National Seminars.

(ii) To Organize Symposium

(iii) To Start Some vocational Courses to Develop Job Orientation.

(iv) To invite psychologist for lectures.

In View of the enhancement of academic vision, it’s proposed to organize above- said activities so that, the students get more prepare for competitive Examinations.


8. Department of Sanskrit

1. Faculty profile- adequacy and competency of faculty :

There is one Permanent posts of Sanskrit Department. At present post is vacant.

2. Modern teaching methods practiced and use of ICT in teaching learning :

Modern Teaching methods used – The members of the faculty use college Library and Internet Facility (Available, in college and at home) for teaching purpose. The students of the college also frequently use the Books, Journals and Periodicals available in the library of the college. Central Computer Lab. Is available for all students.

3. Participation and teaching in Academic and personal counseling of students.

The Members of Sanskrit deptt. take care for up gradation of regular students of the college. The teaching staff is always available for solving the problems of the students. For Final year U.G. Students, career counseling cell works under the guidance of a permanent Faculty Member, to get them proper chance in higher studies, research and placement in job.

4. Placement record of the past students and the contribution of the department to aid student placement.

In the previous years, faculty member take personal interest in helping the students who wish to appear in competitive & professional exams with the active help of college staff in large and other good jobs. Some examples are noted down–

(i) Achrya Bahori Lal, Ex-Principal, Laxman Dass Yajurved Ayurved, Mahavidyalaya, Khurja.

(ii) Sh. Dori Lal Sharma, Principal, N. R. Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya, Khurja.

(iii) Sh. Keshav Dutt Sharma, Ex-Principal, N. R. Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya, Khurja.


9. Department of Sociology

1. Faculty profile- adequacy and competency of faculty :

There are five Permanent posts of Sociology Faculty members in the Deptt. Of Sociology. At present only Four members of Faculty are in Permanent service and one is as tutor. Out of total faculties, 03 are Ph.D. holder and two are P.G. (Non Ph.D.). The faculty qualified, energetic, competent and having interest research and other academic activities like participation in national and international level conference and Seminars.

2. Participation and teaching in Academic and personal counseling of students.

The Members of Sociology faculty take care for up gradation of regular students of the college. The teaching staff is always available for solving the problems of the students. For P.G. students and Final years U.G. Students, career counseling cell works under the guidance of a permanent Faculty Member, to get them proper chance in higher studies, research and placement in job.

3. Participation/ Contribution of teachers to the academic activities including teaching, counseling and research :

(i) Faculty Members teach in classes and encourage students to ask the questions. Besides this, students are advised to write answers in their Own Language and get them checked from the concerned teacher. In P.G. class, a topic is given to the students in prior, and students give their presentation before faculty as well as class students. They are prepared to equip well for their best performance in university Exam.

(ii) Faculty provide consultancy to the students to prepare them for competitive Exam. And Entrance Exam. Such as-

i. Indian Army, Navy and Air Force.

ii. Ph.D. Entrance, NET, SLET etc.

iii. Civil services.

iv. Social Walfare Officer.

v. P. G. Diploma in Rural Development, Women Empowerment & Development, Health & Education.

(iii)

(a) Faculty members act as guide for research work in pursuance of Ph.D. by the P.G. Students.

(b) For development of skill, teaching methods Faculty of this deptt. Is regularly participate in national and international seminars, Conferences, and workshops.

(iv) Progress of Research Work.

(a) Research completed during last five years- 04 research scholars completed his/ her research work under the supervision of faculty members.

(b) Research in Progress : Research work of 02 students is in Progress under the Supervision of Dr. R. K. Sharna.

4. Collaboration with other Department/ institution at state, National and International levels and their out come during the past two years.

Collaboration with other Institutions :

(i) National Sociological Institute.

(ii) Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai.

(iii) Indian Sociological Society.

(iv) Institute of Social Sciences – New Delhi.

Faculty Members regularly participate in the activities Organised by the above said national level institutions.

5. Priority areas for Research and details of the on going projects. Important and Note worthy publication of the faculty, during the last two years.

Rural Development, Women Empowerment & Development, Health & Education etc.

Publication of the faculty members

Books written by Dr. R. K. Sharma

(i) Journalism As A Profession in India – Media Promoters and Publishers, Bombay.

(ii) Sociological Methods and Techniques – Atlantic Publishers and Distributors (APD) , New Delhi.

(iii) Social Change and Social Control – APD, New Delhi.

(iv) Demography and Population Problams – APD, New Delhi.

(v) Indian Society, Institution and Changes – APD, New Delhi.

(vi) Industrial Labor in India – APD, New Delhi.

(vii) Urban Sociology – APD, New Delhi

(viii) Rural Sociology – APD, New Delhi.

(ix) Fundamentals of Sociology – APD, New Delhi.

Publication of Articles of Dr. R. K. SHARMA

(i) 2006 : ‘Change in Self Image is needed for the Empowerment of Rural Women’. In Proceddings of the U. G. C. Sponsored National Seminar on ‘Empowerment of women’, Department of Sociology, N. A. S. (P. G.) College, Meerut.

(ii) 2007 : ‘Care for the Aged : The Responsibility of the Family’, in Proceedings of the U. G. C. Sponsored National Seminar’ Care for the Aged : Shifting Responsibilities’, at I. N. (P. G.) College, Meerut.

6. Placement record of the past students and the contribution of the department to aid student placement.

Faculty members take personal interest in helping the students, who wish to appear in competitive professional Exams with the active help of faculty members, a large and other good jobs. Some Examples are noted down-

(i) Ms. Geetaanjli Verma – Health Edu. Officer, Muzaffarnagar.

(ii) Mrs. Sanjeev Verma – Speacial Reporter in Jansatta News Paper

(iii) Mrs. Dheeraj Ruhla – Income Tax Inspector.

(iv) Dr. K. V. Singh – SSSS, P. G. College, Rasna (U.P).

7. Plan of Action the Department for the next five years.

Plan of Action of the Department for the next five years.

(i) To Organize National Seminars.

(ii) To Organize Symposium

(iii) To Invite Social Activists, Economist. National Office Bearers of Indian Sociology Association and Indian Sociology Association to Deliver the talk before the Students.

(iv) Group Discussion, Quiz Project, Essay Competition.

(v) To Start Some vocational Courses to Develop Job Orientation.

In View of the enhancement of academic vision, it’s proposed to organize above- said activities so that, the students get more prepare for competitive Examinations.


10. Faculty of Commerce

1. Faculty profile- adequacy and competency of faculty :

There are seven Permanent posts of Commerce Faculty members in the Deptt. Of Commerce. At present only Five members of Faculty are in Permanent service and two are as tutor. Out of total faculties, 05 are Ph.D. holder and one is Ist class P.G. (Non Ph.D.). The faculty qualified, energetic, competent and having interest research and other academic activities like participation in national and international level conference and Seminars.

2. Participation and teaching in Academic and personal counseling of students.

The Members of commerce faculty take care for up gradation of regular students of the college. The teaching staff is always available for solving the problems of the students. For P.G. students and Final years U.G. Students, career counseling cell works under the guidance of a permanent Faculty Member, to get them proper chance in higher studies, research and placement in job.

3. Participation/ Contribution of teachers to the academic activities including teaching, counseling and research :

(i) Faculty Members teach in classes and encourage students to ask the questions. Besides this, students are advised to write answers in their Own Language and get them checked from the concerned teacher. In P.G. class, a topic is given to the students in prior, and students give their presentation before faculty as well as class students. They are prepared to equip well for their best performance in university Exam.

(ii) Faculty provide consultancy to the students to prepare them for competitive Exam. And Entrance Exam. Such as-

i. CA, ICWA, CS, MBA, MCA etc.

ii. Indian Army, Navy and Air Force.

iii. Ph.D. Entrance, NET, SLET etc.

iv. Civil services.

(iii)

(a) Faculty members act as guide for research work in pursuance of Ph.D. by the P.G. Students.

(b) For development of skill, teaching methods Faculty of this deptt. Is regularly participate in national and international seminars, Conferences, and workshops.

(iv) Progress of Research Work.

(a) Research completed during last five years- 06 research scholars completed his/ her research work under the supervision of faculty members.

(b) Research in Progress : Research work of 13 students is in Progress under the Supervision of Dr. S.K. GOYAL and Dr. SHEKHAR SHARMA

4. Collaboration with other Department/ institution at state, National and International levels and their out come during the past two years.

Collaboration with other Institutions :

(i) All India commerce Association.

(ii) All India Economics association.

(iii) Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.

(iv) Institute of Company Secretaries of India.

(v) Indian Banking Association.

(vi) Central Glass and ceramic research institute, Khurja.

Faculty Members regularly participate in the activities Organised by the above said national level institutions.

5. Priority areas for Research and details of the on going projects. Important and Note worthy publication of the faculty, during the last two years.

Finance, Accounting, Management, Rural Development foreign trade relation and other various aspects of Indian economy.

Publication of the faculty members

Books written by Dr. SHEKHAR SHARMA -

(i) Corporate Accounting ( Hindi & English)- text Book for B.Com. Classes – Published by M/s Kedarnath Ramnath & Co., Meerut – Delhi

(ii) Financial Accounting- (Hindi & English)- Text Book For B.Com. Classes – Published by M/s S.J. Publications, Meerut.

(iii) Business Statistics- ( Hindi & English) – Text Book for B.Com. Classes – Published by M/s Kedarnath Ramnath & Co., Meerut- Delhi

(iv) Business Economics – (Hindi) – Published by M/s kedarnath Ramnath & Co., Meerut - Delhi

Publication of Articles of Dr. SHEKHAR SHARMA

1. 2010: ‘Global Recessions and India: An Analysis’, in Proceedings of the ICSSR Sponsored national Seminar ‘Growth Prospects of Indian Economy Under Recessionary Conditions’, at Deptt. Of Economics, Meerut College, Meerut

2. 2010 : ‘ Globalization and media’ In Proceedings of the U.G.C. Sponsored National Seminar on ‘Globalization, Media and Women’ Mata Bhagwati Devi Govt. Girls College, Aanwalkhera, Agra.

3. 2010 : ‘ Holiday Effect on Stock Market’ In Proceedings of the National Seminar on ‘ Global Changes and Challenges’ at N.R.E.C. college, Khurja.

6. Placement record of the past students and the contribution of the department to aid student placement.

Faculty members take personal interest in helping the students, who wish to appear in competitive professional Exams with the active help of faculty members, a large and other good jobs. Some Examples are noted down-

(i) Dr. N.K. Sharma, Director, C.H.S. Group of Institutions, Gotni Khurja.

(ii) Mr. Aditya Pratap Singh, F.C.A and I.C.W.A ( Working as Senior Executive in Multi national)

(iii) Mr. Vishwas Bhatt, F.C.A

(iv) Dr. Deepak Agarwal, Asso. Prof. M.M. College Modinagar.

(v) Dr. Ranjan Gaur, Asso. Prof. I.P. College Bulandshahr.

(vi) Dr. Mukesh Kumar, Asso. Prof. J.V. Jain College Saharanpur.

(vii) Mr. Shaurya Mitra Tomar C.S. (Working as Senior Executive in M.B.D)

(viii) Dr. Pawan Gupta, Asst. Prof. Govt. College Atrauli.

7. Plan of Action the Department for the next five years.

Plan of Action of the Department for the next five years.

(i) To Organize National Seminars.

(ii) To Organize Symposium

(iii) To Invite Social Activists, Economist. National Office Bearers of Indian Commerce Association and Indian Economics Association to Deliver the talk before the Students.

(iv) Group Discussion, Quiz Project, Essay Competition.

(v) To Start Some vocational Courses to Develop Job Orientation.

In View of the enhancement of academic vision, it’s proposed to organize above- said activities so that, the students get more prepare for competitive Examinations.


11. Faculty of Education

The department has not been recognized as research centers so for but only one faculty member has been recognized as research guide i.e. Dr. A.B. Bhatnagar by C.C.S. University, Meerut. However, the faculty members have been involved in research guidance mentioned as below:

Dr. A.B. Bhatnagar

Research guidance : Guided Three M.Phil Projects

1) “The study of availability and use of teaching audio, visual aids in teacher training colleges under control of the University of U.P.”.- By Smt. Anjali Gupta, M.Phil. stu. (Global Open University, Nagaland – 2009-10).

2) “A study of organization climate of regular teacher educational institutes of CCS University, Meerut.” – By Rajpal Singh, M.Phil. stu. (Madurai Kamraj University, Madurai, 2007).

3) “A study of relationship between personality needs and academic achievement of senior secondary students of GZB. City.” – By (Smt.) Meenakshi Mehta (Alagappa University, Karaikudi, 2006).

Ph.D. Thesis Evaluation :

1) Topic-‘Academic stress and patterns of adjustment

among adolescent tobacco isers in Patna’ – By Rakesh Kumar, 2009.

2) Topic – ‘Impact of Education ( Minimum upto Graduation Level) on Increasing Population with special reference to the population of Bhatnagar distt.)- By Suresh Kumar Ram – 2009.

3) Topic – ‘A study of socio-economic’ problems in universalisation of Elementary Education of Dalit Girls in Rural Areas of Siwan Distt.”. – By Rakesh Kumar Ram, 2008.

Ph.D. Scholars Regd.:

1) “A study of the effect of school environment on their teachers’ Job Satisfaction, Morale, Work Values, academic motivation And teaching effectiveness.” – By Ram Kishan Sharma, 28-02-2009.

2) “A comparative study of aspiration level, effectiveness, Faculty Level, Self-Concept and Functional Values between B.T.C. and Special B.T.C. Teachers of Primary School.” – By Praveen Kumar Sharma- 10.09.2009.

Dr. Rakesh Jain

Research Guidance :

1) M.Phil. Dissertation (1985) on “ A study of Job-satisfaction of Secondary School Teachers in Relation to their Personality-needs and Bio-Graphical-Variables” by Asha Sharma at Education Faculty, Saugor University, Sagar(M.P.).

2) M.Ed. Dissertation (1986) on “a comparative study of aspiration of general and scheduled caste adolescent students in relation to their intelligence and socio-economic status” – By Smt. Vindhya Bala Chaurasia at Education faculty, saugor University, Sagar (M.P.).

3) M.Ed. Dissertation (1997) on “A study of teachers problems of different types of primary school of Distt. Bulandshahr (U.P.) – By Km. Jyoti Tandon at Avdhesh Pratap Singh Mahavidyalaya, Reeva (M.P.).

Dr. S.P. Pandey

Research Guidance :

Ph.D. Level :

2002 Topic : A study of some selected physical

and variables of sprint and long distance runner.

M.Ed. Level :

1. 1993-94 – Topic : “Vartman Shiksha Ke Prati Vibhinn Vargo Ke Abhiwawako

Ki Abhivrati Ka Adhayan”.

2. 1993-94 – Topic : “Hindi Nai Kavita Main Prayukt Awbodh Ka Sangyatmak Vikas

Ke Sandarbh Main Adhayan.”

3. 1994-95 – Topic : “Vidyalayai Baccho Main Bal Apradh Evm Uske Karno Ka

Addhyan”

4. 1995-96 – Topic : “Kishore Vidhyarthiyo Ke Samajik Mulaya Per Doordarshan

Ke Awlokam Ke Prabhaw Ka Adhayan”

5. 1997-98 – Topic : “Madhyamik Star Par Chatro Evm Chatraon Ki Vayavsayik

Ruchiyoan Ka Adhayan”

6. 1998-99 – Topic : “Kaipur Jilo Ke Vidyalai Shikshko Ke Mulayon Ka Tulnamak

Adhayan”

Smt. Sandhya Mishra

Research Guidance :

M.Ed. Dissertation (2005-06) on “Educational Contribution of Dr. RadhaKrishnan in reference of Higher Education” – By Nisha Trived, Deptt. Of Education, D.W.T.C., Kanpur.

1) M.Ed. Dissertation (2005-06) “A Comparative Study of Enviromental Awareness Between Hindi & English Medium Students of High School – By Avesh Kumar, (M.Ed.Std.), Deptt. Of Education, D.W.T.C., Kanpur.

2) M.Ed. Dissertation (2006-07) “ A Comparative Study of Teaching Efficiency between Trained and Untrained Teachers in Secondary School at Allahabad – By Dharmendra (M.Ed.Std.), Deptt. Of Education, D.W.T.C., Kanpur.

Dr. A.B. Bhatnagar

Books Written : (Publication Work)

1) Advance Education Psychology (Eng.) – Loyal Book Depot., Meerut – 2006.

2) Adhigamkarta Ka Vikas Avam Shikshan Adhigam Prakriya – R.Lall Book Depot., Meerut – 2009.

3) Shaikshik Avam Manisik Mapan – R. Lall Book Dpot., Meerut – 2010.

4) Educational Administration (Eng.) Co-Autor – Layal Book Depot., Meerut – 1991.

5) Physical Science Shikshan (Hindi) – R.Lall Book Depot., Meerut – 2009.

6) Math Shikshan (Hindi) – R. Lall Book Depot., Meerut – 2008.

7) Teaching of Zoology Science (Hindi) – R. Lall Book Depot., Meerut – 2008.

8) Teaching of Science (Eng.) Co-author – R. Lall Book Depot., Meerut – 2004.

9) Statisticsin Measurement (Hindi) - R. Lall Book Depot., Meerut – 2008.

10) Measurement and Evaluation in Psychology & Education – R. Lall Book Depot., Meerut – 1992.

11) Teaching Techniques and Management (Hindi) – R. Lall Book Depot., Meerut – 2010.

12) Development of Teaching System in India – R. Lall Book Depot., Meerut – 2007.

13) B.Ed. Entrance Examination Guide (Hindi) Art Co-author – R. Lall Book Depot., Meerut – 2008.

14) B.Ed. Entrance Examination Guide (Hindi) CommerceCo-author – R. Lall Book Depot., Meerut – 2008.

15) B.Ed. Entrance Examination Guide (Hindi) Science Co-author – R. Lall Book Depot., Meerut – 2008.

16) Psychology of Teaching – Learning & Instruction- International Publishing House, Meerut – 2005.

17) Psychology of Teaching – Learning Process – R. Lall Book Depot., Meerut – 2004.

18) Psychology of Teaching Learning and Instruction – International Publishing House, Meerut – 2005.

19) Measurement and Evaluation (Eng.) – R. Lall Book Depot., Meerut – 2010.

20) Working System of Educational Research – R. Lall Book Depot., Meerut – 2010.

21) Psychology Basis of Teaching – Learning and Development – R. Lall Book Depot., Meerut – 2006.

22) Physical Science Teaching – R. Lall Book Depot., Meerut.

23) Readings in Foundation and Progress of Education : A Text Book (Co-author) – International Publishing House, Meerut – 2003.

24) Readings in Methodology of Research in Education (Co-author) – R. Lall Book Depot., Meerut – 2002.

Dr. Rakesh Jain

Publication Research Papers, Books, Review, Articles :-

Published Research Papers :

1) Jain R : “A study of correlation between classroom verbal and non verbal behavior components “ – The Educational Review, Vol. CC No. 3, Mar. 1984, PP. 56-68.

2) Jain R : “Analysing sex difference in teacher - student interaction as verbal and non verbal behavior cues among social studies and science teachers – AYRE jr. of Ed., Meerut, Vol. 2, 1, 1983, PP. 23-29.

3) Sharma, R.A. & Jain R. : “Research on verbal and non verbal teacher behavior where have we been ?” – Himalayan Jr. of Education, Srinagar, Vol. 2, No. Jan. 1984, PP. 1-10.

4) Ahluwalia S.P. & Jain R. : “Measurement of nonverbal communication on classroom : A Review” – Jr. – of the Institution of Educational Research, Madras, Vol. No. 1,Jan. 1986, PP. 25-30.

5) Jain R. : “A Investigation of verbal nonverbal communication cues mail and female teachers at secondary level”-Trends in Education, Channai, Vol. 11, No. 1 Apr., 1984, PP. 78-81.

6) Jain R. : “Nonverbal interaction between teacher and student : A reflection” & thoughts in education, Allahabad, Vol. 1, 1984, PP 12-18.

7) Ahluwalia S.P. & Jain R. : “Population & Education: A study of awareness and attitudes of students and teachers” – Trends in Education, Chandigarh, Vol. 11, No. 2, Oct. 1984, PP. 1-8.

8) Sharma R.A. & Jain R. : “Nonverbal : A challenge to verbal teacher behavior students – Progress of Education, Pune, Vol. 1, X, No. 3, Oct. 1985, PP. 54-58.

9) Jain R. : “Modification of teacher behavior nonverbal cues as a feedback – Jr. of Indian Education, NCERT, New Delhi, Vol. XII, No. 1, May. 1986, PP.

10) Ahluwalia S.P. & Jain R. : “Stress and adjustment in a teacher education setting trends & thoughts in education, Allahabad, Vol. 3, Non. 1986.

Published Books :

Jain R. : “Nonverbal Classroom Interaction in Teacher Education” – 1986- Agra : National Psychological Corporation – Pg. 196.

Published Chapters In Books :

1) Jain R. “Learning to Be” in theory & practice of education, Sagar, 1984, No. PP. 123-130.

2) Jain R. “Teacher Welfare” in Shiksha Ke Aayaam, Sagar, 1985, No. 2, PP.

3) Jain R. “Professional Growth of Teachers” – in Shiksha ke Aayaam, Sagar, 1985, No. 2, PP. 78-87.

Published Review :

Jain R. : Review of N.K. Mathur & K.L. Menaria “ What can we contribute to science chemistry curriculum?” Teachers Today, Bikaner, Oct. Dec. 1983, PP. 62-65.

Articles Presented in Seminars & Workshop :

1) “Teachers preparation : Nonverbal cues as feedback for the modification of teacher behavior” Paper presented in National seminar on “Teachers preparation” organized by A.V.M. College of Education, Jaipur, Dtd. Mar. 15-17, 1980.

2) “Bhartiya Jeevan Darshan Aur Shiksha” Paper presented in state level seminar on “ Bhartiya Jeevan Darshan Aur Shiksha” organized by A.C.M. College of Education, Jaipur, Dtd. Oct. 2-4, 1981.

3) “Samajik Samvedansheelta Aur Shiksha” Paper presented in state level seminar on “Bhartiya Jeevan Darshan Aur Shiksha” organized by A.V.M. College of Education, Jaipur, Dtd. Oct. 2-4, 1981.

4) “Teacher Education Curriculum : Presented & Future” Paper presented in workshop on “Revision of B.Ed. curriculum” held at University College of Education, University of Saugor, Sagar (M.P.), Dtd. Feb. 13-17, 1984.

5) “Nonverbal cues as a source data of behavior modification for the children of preschool age-A New Perspective for child Guidance” Paper presented in workshop on “ Behavior Modification Strategies for pre-School Children” to be held at National Institute of Public Cooperation & Child Development in Coll. With NCERT, Dtd. Apr. 25-26, 1984.

6) “Role of Science Teacher in India” Paper presented on “National seminar on Methods & Technologies of Teaching Science” organized by Deptt. Of teacher education, D.A.V. (P.G.) College, Dahradun, Dtd. May. 24-26, 1984.

7) “Attitudes of Professional & Non-Professional Students Towards Open Book Examination” paper presented in Deptt. Of measurement, Evaluation, Survey & Data Processing” at NIE, NCERT, New Delhi, Dtd. Oct. 1985.

8) “Nonverbal Teacher Behavior Analysis : An Emerging Area of Teacher Education in India” paper presented in national seminar in “ Teacher Education : Retrospect & Prospects” organized by faculty of education BHU, Varanasi, Dtd. Mar. 15-17, 1990.

9) “Universalisation of Primary Education & Some Social Problems : A Sociological Perspective” paper presented in seminar on “Universalisation of Elementary Education” organized by N.R.E.C. College, Dtd. Mar. 10, 1996.

10) “Philosphy, Science (Vs Development) and Environment” paper presented in seminar in “Environmental Hazards” organized by Mayana Gramodyoga Sewa Sansthan, Dtd. Feb. 23-24, 1998.

11) “Nonverbal Cues As A feedback Device for the Modification of Teacher Behavior : “Needed focus for Qualitative Teacher Education” paper presented in National seminar on “Management of Qualitative Teacher Education in Global Perspective” organized by Deptt. Of Ed. , CCS University, Meerut, Dtd. Mar. 30-31, 1999.

12) “National Knowledge Commission : Context & Its Ares” paper presented in National conference on “National Knowledge Commission and Its Imlications in Higher Education” UGC funded, organized by V.M.L.G. (P.G.) College, Ghaziabad Dtd. Dec. 12&13, 2009.

13) “Global Changes & Challenges in the Context of National Knowledge Commission (NKC)” paper presented in National seminar on “Global Changes & Challenges” organized by NREC College, Khurja Dtd. Mar. 14-15, 2010.

14) “Teacher Education in Global Era” paper presented in National seminar on “Teacher Education in the Global Era” organized by R.V. Higher Education &Technical Institute, G.B. Nagar, Dt. Mar. 28, 2010.

Dr. S.P. Pandey

Publication Work :-

Research Paper / Books / Review :

Books :

1) “Shiksha, Samaj Aur Darshan’’, RBSA Publisher, Jaipur 1995.

2) “Shiksha Evam Bhartiya Samaj’’, Shiksha Prakashan, Jaipur 2005

Papers :

1) A study of relationship among intelligence, Creativity and Academic Achievements of Junior High School Boys- Research and Studies, No. 32, 1991.

2) A study of personality in relation to stress among student – Trends & Thought in Education, Vol. III, 1986.

3) An analysis of the equality of educational opportunity – Trends & Thought in Education, Vol. V, 1987.

4) The new roles of teachers, schools and parents in media oriented society – Trends & Thought in Education, Vol. IX, 1991.

5) Teacher Education in Future Perspective – Education Herald, Vol. 23, No. 4, 1992.

6) Instructional and nurturant effects of Jurisprudential Inquiry Modle of Teaching (Abstract) – Researches and Studies, No. 43, 1992.

7) Population Education Researches, Retrospect & Prospects – Purwanchal Journal of Educational Studies, Vol. II, 1993.

8) Efficacy of Advance Organizer Model in Relation to Cognitive Development – Media and Technology for Human Resource Development, Vol. 5, No. 5, 1993.

9) Effects of Jurisprudential Model of Teaching on Development of Social Values – paper presented (and Published Abstract) in National seminar on research and development in education, Sept. 20 & 21, Deptt. Of Education, A.U. 2008.

10) “Citizenship Education in Changing Society” paper presented (Abstract published) in National seminar on “Global Changes & Challengs” Mar. 14 & 15th 2010, N.R.E.C College, Khurja.

Tests:

1. Stress Scale for Student - Sangyanlaya, Kanpur, 1987.

2. Samajic Mulya Parikshan - Sangyanlaya, Kanpur, 1987.

Book Revew :

1. Kravit, S.M. & Schubert, S.P. Emotional Intelligence Works, Developing people smart

Strategies (New Delhi : Viva Books Pvt. Ltd.) – Journal of Educational Studies, Vol. 7, No.1, 2009.

Smt. Upma Singh

Publication Work :-

1) “Role of Engineering Science and Technology in Environment and World System”

2) “College : The Present Scenario”.

3) “Globalization : Psychophysical Challenges” paper presented in National seminars

On Global Change & Challenges organized by NREC College, Khurja, D. Mae. 14-15.

Dr. Sandhya Mishra

Publication Work :-

Publshed Research Paper :

1) Mishra, S “Swadhnta Ke Paschat Higher Education : Condition &Direction” Shksha Chintan (Shashik Tamasik) Oct.- Dec., 2002, Trimurti Sansthan, Kanpur.

2) Mishra S. “Vishishth B.T.C. Preshikshan : A Analysis” Research Paper, proceding of National conference & first state convention of council of Teacher Education, D.W.T., Kanpur.

3) “Madhyamik Esar par Hindi and English Medium Ke vidhaylayon man paden wale Student , (Journal of Teacher Education & Allied Sciences Vol.4, 2005 D.W.T., Kanpur.

4) “Role of Environment Education in Developing Environmental Awarness (Absract) Souvenir, 36th Annual conference (13-5 Mar., 2003).

5) “A study of punishment and qualitative education at elementary level” Research paper)- Indian Journal of Educational Research,Vol.23, No 2, (JulyDec.,2004).

6) ‘Teacher Excellence in Modern Scenario’ (Article) Proceeding of National conference and third sate convention of council for teacher education : D.W.T. College, Kanpur, 2004.

7) ‘Academic Achievement n the context of discipline of the Teacher Trainees in different DIETs of U.P.’ (Research paper)- ‘Anveshika’ (journal of Education & Allied Science, Vol.6, 2005.)

8) Some initiatives of NCTE for quality of teacher education and problems in implementation of NCTE Norms (Abstract) Suuvenir National seminar 2006 (UGC sponsored)25-26 Nov. 2006, Dept. Of Tr.- Education, DVPG College, Orai.

9) Role of NCE Norms in he context of qualitative practice teaching –present scenario and some suggestive points – proceeding of UGC sponsored national conference, 2005.

10) A comparative study of overall personality among children (Adolescents) of working and Non working methods” (Research Paper) – ‘Anveshika’ Jounal of Teacher Education and Allied Scinees (Vol.07,2007, D.W.T. College, Kanpur).

Published Books:

1) “Environment : Global concern” Surya Publication R. Lall Book Dept. Near Govt. Inter College, Meerut.

2) “Paryawaran Shiksha” _ R. Lall Publication, Meerut.

3) “Educational Technique and Management” : R. Lall Publication, Meerut.

Consultancy

List the bord areas of consultancy services provided by the institution during the last five years (Free of cast and / or remunerative). Who are the beneficiaries of such consultancy ?

The department being an professional institution with CCS University has the primary goal to meet the higher educational & professional needs of the students in the region within the pre-specified uniform curriculum framework but no formal consultancy revise is being provided. However, the faculty members have acquired specific professional skills over a period of time as a results of which they have been consulting the B.Ed. students mostly on informal and individual basis.

Extension Activities

How does the institution promote the participation of students and faculty in extension activities? (Scouting Camp, Community Services).

The department offers the participation of the students and faulty in axtension activities both through Scouuting Camp and working with the community programme.

Scouting Guide Camp :- This progamme was started by loardBadden Pcheel the world for the first time and in India, It was initiated by Pt. Mdan Malviya, Pt. Shri Ram Vajpayee & Smt. Annie Besant. The motto of scouting is “Duty Toward God & Nation”. The Aims of Scouting are.

1· To make student self dependent and dutiful.

2· To make student ideal citizen.

3· To develop the qualities of truthfulness & social service.

4· To make students discipline.

5· To develop good habits among students which can be shown as belows :

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12. Faculty of Law

1. Faculty profile- adequacy and competency of faculty :

There are Six Permanent posts of Law Department. At present only five members of Deptt. are in Permanent service. Out of total faculties, four are Ph.D. holder and one is P.G. (Non Ph.D.). The faculty qualified, energetic, competent and having interest research and other academic activities like participation in national and international level conference and Seminars.

2. Participation and teaching in Academic and personal counseling of students.

The Members of Law deptt. take care for up gradation of regular students of the college. The teaching staff is always available for solving the problems of the students. For Students, career counseling cell works under the guidance of a permanent Faculty Member, to get them proper chance in higher studies, research and placement in job.

3. Participation/ Contribution of teachers to the academic activities including teaching, counseling and research :

(i) Faculty Members teach in classes and encourage students to ask the questions. Besides this, students are advised to write answers in their Own Language and get them checked from the concerned teacher. In LL. B. class, a case study is given to the students in prior, and students give their presentation before faculty as well as class students. They are prepared to equip well for their best performance in university Exam.

(ii) Faculty provide consultancy to the students to prepare them for competitive Exam. And Entrance Exam. Such as-

i. Judiciary Services.

ii. For APO.

iii. Indian Army, Navy and Air Force.

iv. Civil services.

(iii) For development of skill, teaching methods Faculty of this deptt. Is regularly participate in national and international seminars, Conferences, and workshops.

(iv) Progress of Research Work.

(a) Research completed during last five years- 03 research scholars completed his/ her research work under the supervision of faculty members.

(b) Research in Progress : Research work of 19 students is in progress under the Supervision of Dr. Y. P. Singh, Dr. I. M. Khan & Dr. A. K. Mittal.

4. Collaboration with other Department/ institution at state, National and International levels and their out come during the past two years.

Collaboration with other Institutions :

(i) Indian Law Institute, Delhi.

(ii) Bar Council of India.

(iii) Bar Council of U.P.

Faculty Members regularly participate in the activities organised by the above said national level institutions.

5. Priority areas for Research and details of the on going projects. Important and Note worthy publication of the faculty, during the last two years.

Human rights, muslium personal law, child labour, women empowerment.

Publication of the faculty members

Publication of Articles of Dr. I. M. Khan -

(i) 2007 – Legal Research : Tools and Techniques, Mewar Journal of law 2007, Vol.1, 25.

(ii) 2004 – Medical Negligence and Consumer Protection Law, Legal News & Views, Vol. 18 No. 9, Sep. 2004.

Publication of Articles of Ms. Vaishali Gupta -

Compulsory Winding up of Companies, A Critque of Just & Equitable Clause – NREC College Law Journal.

6. Placement record of the past students and the contribution of the department to aid student placement.

Faculty members take personal interest in helping the students, who wish to appear in competitive professional Exams with the active help of faculty members, a large and other good jobs. Some Examples are noted down-

(i) Justic B. K. Rathi, Retd. Hon’ble Judge, Allahabad High Court.

(ii) Mr. P. K. Counsl, ADJ

(iii) Mr. Vinod Kr. Sharma, PCS (ADM in U.P. Govt. administration)

(iv) Mr. R. K. Sharma, ADJ

7. Plan of Action the Department for the next five years.

Plan of Action of the Department for the next five years.

(i) The deptt. is planning to up grade it by seeking affiliation to P.G. clasess in law.

(ii) To Organize National Seminars.

(iii) To Organize symposium.

(iv) To invite Hon’ble Judges of Supereme Court & High Court to deliver the lecture.

(v) To Start Some vocational Courses to Develop Job Orientation.

In View of the enhancement of academic vision, it’s proposed to organize above- said activities so that, the students get more prepare for competitive Examinations.


13. Department of Botany

1. Faculty profile- adequacy and competency of faculty :

There are Six Permanent posts of Botany Department. At present only two members of Deptt. are in Permanent service and one are as tutor. Out of total faculties, 03 are Ph.D. holder and 01 are P.G. (Non Ph.D.). The faculty qualified, energetic, competent and having interest research and other academic activities like participation in national and international level conference and Seminars.

2. Participation and teaching in Academic and personal counseling of students.

The Members of Botany deptt. take care for up gradation of regular students of the college. The teaching staff is always available for solving the problems of the students. For P.G. students and Final years U.G. Students, career counseling cell works under the guidance of a permanent Faculty Member, to get them proper chance in higher studies, research and placement in job.

3. Participation/ Contribution of teachers to the academic activities including teaching, counseling and research :

(i) Faculty Members teach in classes and encourage students to ask the questions. Besides this, students are advised to write answers in their Own Language and get them checked from the concerned teacher. In P.G. and U.G. class, a Practical is given to the students in prior, and students give their presentation before faculty as well as class students. They are prepared to equip well for their best performance in university Exam.

(ii) Faculty provide consultancy to the students to prepare them for competitive Exam. And Entrance Exam. Such as-

i. IARI (PUSA) New Delhi.

ii. Birbal Sahani Institute of Paleobotany.

iii. Various research projects of DST, UGC, CSIR, DBT etc.

iv. Botanical survey of India.

v. Indian Council of Agricultural research.

vi. Indian Army, Navy and Air Force.

vii. Ph.D. Entrance, NET, SLET etc.

viii. Civil services.

(iii)

(a) Faculty members act as guide for research work in pursuance of Ph.D. by the P.G. Students.

(b) For development of skill, teaching methods Faculty of this deptt. Is regularly participate in national and international seminars, Conferences, and workshops.

(iv) Progress of Research Work.

(a) Research completed during last five years- 03 research scholars completed his/ her research work under the supervision of faculty members.

4. Collaboration with other Department/ institution at state, National and International levels and their out come during the past two years.

Collaboration with other Institutions :

(i) National science congress.

(ii) Forest research institute (FRI), Dehradun.

(iii) IARI(PUSA).

5. Priority areas for Research and details of the on going projects. Important and Note worthy publication of the faculty, during the last two years.

Plant Pathology, Biodiversity and Ethnobotany, Microbiology.

Publication of Articles of Dr. Anita Pawar

1. Effect of Automobile exhaust on Some morphological parameters of Leaf. Journal Flora and Fauna.

2.Effect of automobile exhaust on micro morphology of Ricinus. Journal Annals of Agricultural Research Vol. 26.

Publication of Articles of Dr. Vishal Kaushik

1. Seed Germination Studies In Indian Rhododendrons – J Indian Bot. Soc. 74 (1995), 25-27

2. Studies In Seed Biology of Rhododendrons – J. Indian Bot. Soc. Vol. 74 (1995) 221-226

3. Biology of Reproduction In Indian Rhododendrons – J. Indian Bot. Soc. Vol. – 74 A (1995) 283-302

4. Propagation and Conservation of Rhododendrons Biotechnology and Plant pathology, current trends Year- 2000, Ied. [Editors – R.K. Arora & P.C. Trivedi]

6. Placement record of the past students and the contribution of the department to aid student placement.

Faculty members take personal interest in helping the students, who wish to appear in competitive professional Exams with the active help of faculty members, a large and other good jobs. Some Examples are noted down-

(i) Dr. D.D. Sharma- Joint Secretary, Ministry of health and family welfare.

(ii) Dr. S.K. Gupta – D.F.O. Ecotourism.

(iii) Ms. Rekha Rani – Scientist, National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi.

(iv) Mr. Kumar Avinash Bharti- Scientist CSIR.

(v) Dr. Vaibhav Sharma – Asst. Prof. Govt. College Ghaziabad.

(vi) Dr. S.K. Singh – Eye Surgeon.

(vii) Mr. Prashant Bhardwaj- Captain, 9 Jat Regiment.

7. Plan of Action the Department for the next five years.

Plan of Action of the Department for the next five years.

(i) To Organize National Seminars.

(ii) To Organize workshops.

(iii) To Invite scientists to deliver the talk before the Students.

(iv) Group Discussion, Quiz, Project, Essay Competition.

(v) To Start Some vocational Courses to Develop Job Orientation.

In View of the enhancement of academic vision, it’s proposed to organize above- said activities so that, the students get more prepare for competitive Examinations.


14. Department of Chemistry

1. Faculty profile- adequacy and competency of faculty :

There are eighteen Permanent posts of Chemistry Department. At present only three members of Deptt. are in Permanent service and two are as tutor. Out of total faculties, 02 are Ph.D. holder and three are P.G. (Non Ph.D.). The faculty qualified, energetic, competent and having interest research and other academic activities like participation in national and international level conference and Seminars.

2. Participation and teaching in Academic and personal counseling of students.

The Members of Chemistrydeptt. take care for up gradation of regular students of the college. The teaching staff is always available for solving the problems of the students. For P.G. students and Final years U.G. Students, career counseling cell works under the guidance of a permanent Faculty Member, to get them proper chance in higher studies, research and placement in job.

3. Participation/ Contribution of teachers to the academic activities including teaching, counseling and research :

(i) Faculty Members teach in classes and encourage students to ask the questions. Besides this, students are advised to write answers in their Own Language and get them checked from the concerned teacher. In P.G. and U.G. class, a Practical is given to the students in prior, and students give their presentation before faculty as well as class students. They are prepared to equip well for their best performance in university Exam.

(ii) Faculty provide consultancy to the students to prepare them for competitive Exam. And Entrance Exam. Such as-

i. M. Phil from any University Indian/abroad.

ii. Ph.D. Entrance, NET, SLET, GATE etc.

iii. Traning course of food/leather/ wood/plastic/ cermics/ Polymer/ Pesticies/ Fertilizer.

(iii)

(a) Faculty members act as guide for research work in pursuance of Ph.D. by the P.G. Students.

(b) For development of skill, teaching methods Faculty of this deptt. Is regularly participate in national and international seminars, Conferences, and workshops.

4. Collaboration with other Department/ institution at state, National and International levels and their out come during the past two years.

Collaboration with other Institutions :

(i) Indian Cehmical Socioety.

Faculty Members regularly participate in the activities Organised by the above said national level institutions.

5. Placement record of the past students and the contribution of the department to aid student placement.

Faculty members take personal interest in helping the students, who wish to appear in competitive professional Exams with the active help of faculty members, a large and other good jobs. Some Examples are noted down-

(i) Prof. Madan Mohan University of Texas (U.S.A.)

(ii) Prof. Ramesh Chandra Ex-vice chancellor C.C.S. University Meeurt.

(iii) Dr. Maya Verma, Asso. Prof. D.S. College Aligarh.

(iv) Dr. Sanidhya Upadhyay, Scientist, Ranbaxy Laboratories Gurgaon.

(v) Dr. Vishal Chaudhary Manager (Technical) Ministry of Chemical and fertilizer New Delhi

(vi) Dr. Hemant Rajora Asstt. Prof. Ramjas College, (Delhi University).

(vii) Dr. Brajesh Rathi, Asstt. Prof. Sri Venketeswar College, D.U.

(viii) Dr. Mukesh Kumar, Asstt. Prof. Shivaji College, D. U.

6. Plan of Action the Department for the next five years.

Plan of Action of the Department for the next five years.

(i) To Organize National Seminars.

(ii) To Organize workshops.

(iii) To Invite scientists, National Office Bearers of Indian Chemical Society to Deliver the talk before the Students.

(iv) Group Discussion, Quiz Project, Essay Competition.

(v) To Start Some vocational Courses to Develop Job Orientation.

In View of the enhancement of academic vision, it’s proposed to organize above- said activities so that, the students get more prepare for competitive Examinations.


15. Department of Mathematics

1. Faculty profile- adequacy and competency of faculty :

There are Six Permanent posts of Mathematics Department. At present only five members of Deptt. are in Permanent service. Total faculties are Ph.D. holder. The faculty qualified, energetic, competent and having interest research and other academic activities like participation in national and international level conference and Seminars.

2. Participation and teaching in Academic and personal counseling of students.

The Members of Mathematics deptt. take care for up gradation of regular students of the college. The teaching staff is always available for solving the problems of the students. For P.G. students and Final years U.G. Students, career counseling cell works under the guidance of a permanent Faculty Member, to get them proper chance in higher studies, research and placement in job.

3. Participation/ Contribution of teachers to the academic activities including teaching, counseling and research :

(i) Faculty Members teach in classes and encourage students to ask the questions. Besides this, students are advised to write answers in their Own Language and get them checked from the concerned teacher. In P.G. and U.G. class, a study material is provided to the students in prior, and students give their presentation before faculty as well as class students. They are prepared to equip well for their best performance in university Exam.

(ii) Faculty provide consultancy to the students to prepare them for competitive Exam. And Entrance Exam. Such as-

i. GATE

ii. Indian Army, Navy and Air Force.

iii. Ph.D. Entrance, NET, SLET etc.

iv. Civil services.

(iii)

(a) Faculty members act as guide for research work in pursuance of Ph.D. by the P.G. Students.

(b) For development of skill, teaching methods Faculty of this deptt. Is regularly participate in national and international seminars, Conferences, and workshops.

(iv) Progress of Research Work.

(a) Research completed during last five years- 03 research scholars completed his/ her research work under the supervision of faculty members.

(b) Research in progress : Reaearch work of 20 students is in progress under the supervision of Dr. M.C. Sharma, Dr. S.K. Singh and Dr. B.S. Sharma.

4. Collaboration with other Department/ institution at state, National and International levels and their out come during the past two years.

Collaboration with other Institutions :

(i) Global Open University, Nagaland.

(ii) Indian Mathematical Society.

(iii) Indian Science Congress Association.

Faculty Members regularly participate in the activities Organised by the above said national level institutions.

5. Priority areas for Research and details of the on going projects. Important and Note worthy publication of the faculty, during the last two years.

Topology, Fuzzy topology, fluid dynamics, operation research etc.

Publication of the faculty members

Books written by Dr. M. C. Sharma -

(i) Fundamentals of Integral Equation – Shiksha Sahitya Prakashan, Meerut.

Publication of Articles of Dr. M. C. Sharma

(i) B – sets and B – continuity in bitopological spaces, The Math, Education, Vol. XLII No. 1, March 2008.

(ii) Totally continuity functions in bitopological spaces, Acta Ciencia Indica, Vol. XXXIV, M. No. 3 (2008), 1433-1436.

(iii) G-regularly ordered spaces Jnanabha, Vol. 37 (2007) 155-159.

(iv) A note on pair wise slightly semi – continuous functions Jnanabha, Vol. 37 (2007), 23-28.

(v) s-normally ordered spaces forthcoming in Applied Science Periodical Vol. IX No. 1, Feb. (2009).

(vi) Extermely order disconnected spaces, forthcoming in the Math, Education XLIC, No. 3, Sep. (2009).

Publication of Articles of Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Singh

(i) “Indian Summer Monsoon Variability as simulated by Regional Climate Model Nested in a Global Climate Model”. – Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 22, 93-102, 1998

(ii) “Global Warming and Monsoon Climate” . – MAUSAM, 52, 245-262, 2001.

(iii) “Simulation of Monsoon Climatology In A Nested Regional Climate Model”. Monograph in Himalyan Climate – Deptt. of Science and Techonology – Govt. of India 2001.

Publication of Articles of Dr. Bhopal Singh Sharma

(i) “L (open, semi clopen) Mappings” – Acta Ciencia India – Vol. – XXXII, 423, (2006), 423-425.

(ii) “L (semi open, - open) Mappings” The Mathematics Education, Vol. – XLI, No. 1, (2007) 20-23.

(iii) “Weakly Super continuous Mappings” – The Mathematics Education – Vol. XLV, No. 3, Sept. 2011.

Publication of Articles of Dr. (Km) Rekha Rani

(i) Some Decomposition Theorems for Certain Near Rings – J. of Jilin Univ. – Vo.-41, No. 3 (2003), 1-4

(ii) Decomposition Theorems for Periodic Near Rings, Rad Math, Vol. 12 (2003), 5-11.

(iii) On Lie ideals with (, o) – Derivations as Homomorphisms and Anti – Homomorphisms, International Symposium of Trends in Theory of Rings and Modules, 2005.

(iv) On Generalized Derivations of Prime Rings, Southeast Asian Bull- Math., Vol. 29 (2005), 669-675.

(v) On Lie ideals and Generalized Derivation of Prime Rings – East-West J. Math., Vol. 7, No. 1 (2005), 93-98.

6. Placement record of the past students and the contribution of the department to aid student placement.

Faculty members take personal interest in helping the students, who wish to appear in competitive professional Exams with the active help of faculty members, a large and other good jobs. Some Examples are noted down-

(i) Dr. D.K. Sharma, Prof. Deptt. Mathematics University of Maryland (USA).

(ii) Mr. Nigam Kumar, Asst. Prof. Alpine Institute of Technology Ghaziabad.

(iii) Mr. Vipin Kumar Solanki, Asst. Prof. Usha Education Institute Farah.

7. Plan of Action the Department for the next five years.

Plan of Action of the Department for the next five years.

(i) To Organize National Seminars.

(ii) To Organize workshops.

(iii) To Invite mathematician to deliver the talk before the Students.

(iv) To start some vocational courses to develop Job orientation.

In view of the enhancement of academic vision, it’s proposed to organize above- said activities so that, the students get more prepare for competitive Examinations.


16. Department of Physics

1. Faculty profile- adequacy and competency of faculty :

There are Nine Permanent posts of Physics Department. At present only two members of Deptt. are in Permanent service and one is as tutor. Out of total faculties, 01 is Ph.D. holder and two are P.G. (Non Ph.D.). The faculty qualified, energetic, competent and having interest research and other academic activities like participation in national and international level conference and Seminars.

2. Participation and teaching in Academic and personal counseling of students.

The Members of Physics deptt. take care for up gradation of regular students of the college. The teaching staff is always available for solving the problems of the students. For P.G. students and Final years U.G. Students, career counseling cell works under the guidance of a permanent Faculty Member, to get them proper chance in higher studies, research and placement in job.

3. Participation/ Contribution of teachers to the academic activities including teaching, counseling and research :

(i) Faculty Members teach in classes and encourage students to ask the questions. Besides this, students are advised to write answers in their Own Language and get them checked from the concerned teacher. In P.G. and U.G. class, a Practical is given to the students in prior, and students give their presentation before faculty as well as class students. They are prepared to equip well for their best performance in university Exam.

(ii) Faculty provide consultancy to the students to prepare them for competitive Exam. And Entrance Exam. Such as-

i. GATE

ii. BARC Bombay, IPR Ahmabade, NPL New Delhi, IFTR Puna,

iii. Ph.D. Entrance, NET, SLET etc.

iv. Civil services.

(iii)

(a) Faculty members act as guide for research work in pursuance of Ph.D. by the P.G. Students.

(b) For development of skill, teaching methods Faculty of this deptt. Is regularly participate in national and international seminars, Conferences, and workshops.

4. Collaboration with other Department/ institution at state, National and International levels and their out come during the past two years.

Collaboration with other Institutions :

(i) Indian Asscociation of Physics Teachers.

(ii) Purvanchal Academic of Science, Jaunpur.

(iii) Ultra Science General, Bhoopal.

(iv) Matrial Science Research, Bhoopal.

Faculty Members regularly participate in the activities Organised by the above said national level institutions.

5. Priority areas for Research and details of the on going projects, Important and Note worthy publication of the faculty, during the last two years.

Effect of Overtaking Disturbances on The Motion of Plane and Cylindrical Shocks in Magentogas Dynamics – Journal Purvanchal Academy of Sciences Jaunpur, India – Vol. (13), Ser. A, (2007).

6. Placement record of the past students and the contribution of the department to aid student placement.

Faculty members take personal interest in helping the students, who wish to appear in competitive professional Exams with the active help of faculty members, a large and other good jobs. Some Examples are noted down-

(i) Prof. Gopal Krishan, Director, TATA Institute of Fundamental Research Centre, Bombay.

(ii) Dr. R. K. Singh, Vice Chhanler, Jawalpur University

(iii) Km. Lumina Mukeem, Lecturer, AMU

(iv) Ms. Pramod Kumar, Selected in GATE.

7. Plan of Action the Department for the next five years.

Plan of Action of the Department for the next five years.

(i) To Organize National Seminars.

(ii) To Organize workshops.

(iii) To Invite scientists, National Office Bearers of Indian Physicast Society to Deliver the talk before the Students.

(iv) Group Discussion, Quiz Project, Essay Competition.

(v) To Start Some vocational Courses to Develop Job Orientation.

In View of the enhancement of academic vision, it’s proposed to organize above- said activities so that, the students get more prepare for competitive Examinations.


17. Department of Statistics

1. Faculty profile- adequacy and competency of faculty :

There are two permanent posts in the deptt. of Statistics. One faculty member is transferred, thus at present only one person in the deptt. and working under the inchargeship of Dr. Govind Singhal. Though the faculty is not adequate, Dr. Singhal is shouldering the maximum responsibilities to cope with the work load of theory and practical of B.Sc. classes.

Dr. Singhal joined this deptt. in 1993 with specialisation in theory of Reliability and operations research. He obtained Ph.D Degree in 1991 from Agra University, Agra on the topic “On Rliability Technicques In Machine Repair Problem”. He has been a member of Board of Studies and Research Degree Committee of Statistics in C.C.S. University Meerut. He has susscessfully completed two refresher courses one from A.M.U., Aligarh and the other from Lucknow University. He has participated in 5 national seminars, 2 international seminars and 2 workshops.

2. Participation and teaching in Academic and personal counseling of students.

Academic and personal counselling of students is down as and when required.

3. Participation/ Contribution of teachers to the academic activities including teaching, counseling and research :

(i) Faculty Members teach in classes and encourage students to ask the questions. Besides this, students are advised to write answers in their Own Language and get them checked from the concerned teacher. In U.G. class, a Practical is given to the students in prior, and students give their presentation before faculty as well as class students. They are prepared to equip well for their best performance in university Exam.

(ii) Faculty provide consultancy to the students to prepare them for competitive Exam. and Entrance Exam. Such as-

i. MCA

ii. MBA

iii. Indain Statistical Services

iv. P. G. Deploma Courses in demography, quality control

(iii) For development of skill, teaching methods Faculty of this deptt. Is regularly participate in national and international seminars, Conferences, and workshops.

4. Collaboration with other Department/ institution at state, National and International levels and their out come during the past two years.

Collaboration with other Institutions :

The Indian society for probability & statistics, Triputi (A.P.)

Faculty member regularly participate in the activities organised by the above said national level institutions.

5. Placement record of the past students and the contribution of the department to aid student placement.

Faculty members take personal interest in helping the students, who wish to appear in competitive professional Exams with the active help of faculty members, a large and other good jobs. Some Examples are noted down-

1- Dr. Narendra Gautam, Hindu College, Delhi.

2- Mr. Manish Agarwal, Institute of Management & Technology, Kashipur.

6. Plan of Action of the Department for the next five years.

The deptt. is planning to up grade it by seeking affiliation to P. G. classes in statistics. To purchase computers, LCD projector, different Softwares/ Packegs necessary to provid better resources of learning.


18. Department of Zoology

1. Faculty profile- adequacy and competency of faculty :

There are Six Permanent posts of Zoology Department. At present only three members of Deptt. are in Permanent service and two are as tutor. Out of total faculties, 05 are Ph.D. holder and 01 are P.G. (Non Ph.D.). The faculty qualified, energetic, competent and having interest research and other academic activities like participation in national and international level conference and Seminars.

2. Participation and teaching in Academic and personal counseling of students.

The Members of Zoology deptt. take care for up gradation of regular students of the college. The teaching staff is always available for solving the problems of the students. For P.G. students and Final years U.G. Students, career counseling cell works under the guidance of a permanent Faculty member, to get them proper chance in higher studies, research and placement in job.

3. Participation/ Contribution of teachers to the academic activities including teaching, counseling and research :

(i) Faculty Members teach in classes and encourage students to ask the questions. Besides this, students are advised to write answers in their Own Language and get them checked from the concerned teacher. In P.G. and U.G. class, a Practical is given to the students in prior, and students give their presentation before faculty as well as class students. They are prepared to equip well for their best performance in university Exam.

(ii) Faculty provide consultancy to the students to prepare them for competitive Exam. and entrance Exam. Such as-

i. Post of scientist in DRDO

ii. Research officer and research associates in various agriculture and science institutes like-IARI, GBPU Pant Nagar, Sardar Ballabh Bhai Patel University Meerut, IBRI, CARI, CDRI, Cancer research institute etc.

iii. Wild life management.

iv. Zoological survey of India.

v. Indian Army, Navy and Air Force.

vi. Ph.D. Entrance, NET, SLET etc.

vii. Civil services.

(iii) (a) Faculty members act as guide for research work in pursuance of Ph.D. by the P.G. Students.

(b) For development of skill, teaching methods Faculty of this deptt. Is regularly participate in national and international seminars, Conferences, and workshops.

(iv) Progress of Research Work.

Research completed during last five years - 02 research scholars completed his/ her research work under the supervision of faculty members.

4. Collaboration with other Department/ institution at state, National and International levels and their out come during the past two years.

Collaboration with other Institutions :

(i) Ballabh Bhai Patel University Meerut.

(ii) Govind Ballabh Pant University Pant Nagar.

5. Priority areas for Research and details of the on going projects. Important and Note worthy publication of the faculty, during the last two years.

Toxicology, Nematology, water pollution.

Publication of Articles of Dr. Manish Maheshwari

1. Imact of Acetazolamide on testicular biochemistry of albino rat. J. Ecophysiol. Occup. Hlth : 5-7, Vol. 5(4). 2005

2. Effect of acetazolamide on body weight & biochemistry parameters in kidney of albino rat. J. Curr. Sci. 255-258, Vol. 9(1). 2006

Published Articles of Dr. Praveen Kumar

3. “Photosensitivity in Body Mass and Testcular Activity of Brahminy Myna – Sturnus Pagodarum” in Recprod. Nutr. Dev. INRA, EDP Sciences, 2004.

Published Articles of Dr. Hridayesh Arya

4. Aphidicidal activity of the petroleum ether extract of Azadirachta Inida A. Juss. (Neem) and Madhuca indica Gmelin (Mahua) seeds against mustard aphid Lipaphis erysimi (Kaltenbach) (Homoptera: Aphodidae)- J. Aphidol., 18: 55-59 (2004).

5. Insecticidal activity of the ethanolic extract of Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. (Solannaceae) leaves against the mustard aphid Lipaphis erysimi (Kalt.) ( Homoptera: Aphididae) and its predator coccinella septempunctata Linn. (Coleoptera : Coccinellidae) – J. Aphiidol., 18:61-64 (2004).

6. Placement record of the past students and the contribution of the department to aid student placement.

Faculty members take personal interest in helping the students, who wish to appear in competitive professional Exams with the active help of faculty members, a large and other good jobs. Some Examples are noted down-

(i) Dr. Sadhna Kaushik – Medical College Jhansi (U.P.).

(ii) Dr. M.K. Agarwal – Asso.Prof. A.S. (P.G.) College Mawana.

(iii) Dr. Jitendra – Head Deptt. of Zoology S.S. College Shikarpur.

(iv) Mr. S.K. Gangal – Officer in S.B.I. Khurja.

7. Plan of Action the Department for the next five years.

Plan of Action of the department for the next five years.

(i) To Organize National Seminars.

(ii) To Organize workshops.

(iii) To Invite scientists to deliver the talk before the Students.

(iv) Group Discussion, Quiz, Project, Essay Competition.

(v) To Start Paramedical Courses like- DMLT, BMLT, DPT, Diploma in Radiology.

(vi) To start M.Sc. in Bio-technology and Microbiology.

In View of the enhancement of academic vision, it’s proposed to organize above- said activities so that, the students get more prepare for competitive Examinations.


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