DEPARTMENTAL    PROFILE

 

 

1. Name of the Department:                  Department of Political Science

[Department's YouTube Channel Link:

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2. Year of establishment:                      1958

3. Is the Department part of aSchool/Faculty of the university? :       Yes

4. Names of Programmes / Coursesoffered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., and Integrated

Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)    UG,PG, PhD

5. Interdisciplinary courses anddepartments involved: CBCS

6. Courses in collaboration withother universities, industries, foreign institutions,

7. Details of programmes /courses discontinued, if any, with reasons

8. Annual/ Semester/Choice BasedCredit System:  CBCS

9. Participation of thedepartment in the courses offered by other departments:

10. Number of teaching postssanctioned and filled

 

Sanctioned

Filled

Professors

02

Nil

Associate

Professors

02

01

Asst. Professors

07

07

 

11. Faculty profile with name,qualification, designation and specialization

(D.Sc./D.Litt./ Ph.D./M.Phil.,etc.)

 

Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

No. of Years of Experience

No. of Ph.D. students

guided

 

Prof. Gopal Prasad

Ph.D,

D. Litt

Professor and Head

Political Theory an thoughts, Comparative Politics, Subaltern Studies , Democracy and Peace Studies

22

13

Prof. Rajesh Kumar Singh

Ph.D

Professor

Political Theory, Thought &Indian Government and politics

24

12

Prof. Rajani Kant Pandey

Ph.D

Professor

International Relations, International Politics &Indian National Movement 

24

14


Prof. Vineeta Pathak

 

Ph.D

Professor

Political Theory

24

 

18

Prof. Rusi Ram Mahananda



 

M.Phil,Ph.D

Associate Professor

Public Administration

22

10

Dr. Nisha Jaiswal

Ph.D

Associate Professor

International Law & Indian Government and Politics

13

08


Mr.Mahendra Kumar Singh

 

NET

Assistant Professor

International Relations

02

Nil

Dr.Amit Kumar Upadhyay

M.Phil,Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Indian Government and Politics

02

Nil

12. List of senior VisitingFellows, faculty, adjunct faculty, emeritus professors: Nil

13. Percentage of classes takenby temporary faculty – programme-wise

Information: Nil

 

14. Programme-wise StudentTeacher Ratio:  

 

UG(BAI, 5+3=8 x150=1200, BAII, 5+3=8 x150=1200, BAIII, 4+3=7 x150=1050Total=3450/9 Teacher= 383: 1,

 

PGI(CBCS), 150+PGII (Semester System) 120=270/9 Teacher =30: 1,

 

PhD:Professor=08, Associate Professor= 06, Assistant Professor=04

 

15. Number of academic supportstaff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned

and filled

Technical:

Administrative staff:

16. Research thrust areasrecognized by funding agencies:  

 

PoliticalTheory and Thoughts,

ComparativePolitics and Political Analysis,

IndianGovernment and Politics,

PublicAdministration,

InternationalRelations and

InternationalOrganization.

 

17. Number of faculty withongoing projects from a) national b) international funding

agencies and c) Total grantsreceived. Give the names of the funding agencies and

grants received project-wise. :Nil

18. Inter-institutionalcollaborative projects and grants received

a) All India collaboration b) International:Nil

19. Departmental projects fundedby DST-FIST; UGC-SAP/CAS, DPE; DBT, ICSSR,

etc.; total grants received. :

20. Research facility / centrewith

· staterecognition

· nationalrecognition

· internationalrecognition

21. Special research laboratoriessponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies: Nil

22. Publications:

* Number of paperspublished in peer reviewed journals (national / international) 28

* Monographs

* Chapters inBooks 02

* Edited Books

* Books with ISBNwith details of publishers 17

* Number listed inInternational Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus,

Humanities InternationalComplete, Dare Database - International Social

Sciences Directory, EBSCO host,etc.)

* Citation Index –range / average

* SNIP

* SJR

* Impact Factor –range / average

* h-index

23. Details of patents and incomegenerated:

24. Areas of consultancy andincome generated:

25. Faculty selected nationally/internationally to visit other laboratories in India and

Abroad:  NA

26. Faculty serving in:

27. Faculty recharging strategies: RC-02,   Workshop-02

28. Student projects: NA

29. Awards / recognitionsreceived at the national and international level by:

· Faculty 

Prof.Rajani Kant Pandey appointedand served as VC to Siddhartha University, Kapilvastu, Sidharth Nagar, UP FromMay 2015 to May 2018.

 

Prof. S. P.M Tripathi appointedas VC of Indira Gandhi National Tribal University (A CentralUniversity),Amarkantak, MP. and working from 06 December 2019

 

· Doctoral / postdoctoral fellows Nil

· Students

30. Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national /

international) with details ofoutstanding participants, if any.

 

Name of the Seminar

Date

Source of Funding

 

 

 

 

Name of the workshop

Date

Source of Funding

 

 

 

 

31. Code of ethics for researchfollowed by the Departments: As per UGCRegulation 2018

 

32. Student profile course-wise:

Name of the Course

 

Applications received

 

Selected

(Male/ Female)

Pass percentage

(Male/ Female)

P.G (CBCS)

461

137 

(82M /55F)

30  (18%M 12%F)

Ph.D

154

80+2 Teacher Fellow

=82 (46M/36F)

53 (30%M 23%F)

 

33. Diversity of students:

Name of the

Course

 

Students from the

Same university

 

% of students from other universities

within the State

 

% of students

from

universities

outside the

State

 

% of students

From other countries

 

PG(CBCS)

85

10

5

Nil

PhD

80

10

10

Nil

 

 

34. How many students havecleared Civil Services and Defense Services?

Examinations, NET, SET, GATE and othercompetitive examinations? Give details

Category-wise.

 

Sl.No.

Name of the Ph.D Student

Category

Remarks

???

 

 

 

 

35. Student progression

Studentprogression Percentage against enrolled

UG to PG         90

PG to  M.Phil. NA

PG to Ph.D. 65

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral: 04

Employed

· Campus selection

· Other thancampus recruitment

Entrepreneurs

36. Diversity of staff

Percentage offaculty who are graduates-

of the same university : 90

from other universities withinthe State: 08

from universities from otherStates: 02

from universities outside thecountry: Nil

37. Number of faculty who wereawarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the

Assessment period: 01 D.Litt

38. Present details ofinfrastructural facilities with regard to

a) Library : ) 01

b) Internet facilities for staffand students:

c) Total number of class rooms:  02 For PG

d) Class rooms with ICT facility:01

e) Students laboratories: Nil

f) Research laboratories: Nil

39. List of doctoral,post-doctoral students and Research Associates

a) From the host university (1.DrShakti Jaiswal 2. Dr Aparna Mishira  3.DrMridula Pandey  4. Dr. Gauri Mishra)

 

b) From other universities: Nil

40. Number of post graduatestudents getting financial assistance from the

university: Nil

41. Was any need assessmentexercise undertaken before the development of new

programme(s)? If so, highlightthe methodology. Nil

42. Does the department obtainfeedback from: Nil

a. faculty oncurriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does

the department utilize thefeedback?

b. students onstaff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does

the department utilize thefeedback?

c. alumni andemployers on the programmes offered and how does the department

utilize the feedback?

43. List the distinguished alumniof the department (maximum 10)

1.     HonourableMata Prasad Pandey Speaker, UP Legislative Assembly.

2.     Dr.Rajni Kant Pandey O S D, Siddhartha University, Siddharthanagar U P.

3.     Dr.Rajesh Kumar Singh, Former HOD Political Science DDUGU,Gorakhpur.

4.     Dr.VeenitaPathak Professor, Department of Political Science DDUGU,Gorakhpur

5.     Dr.GopalPrasad, Professor and Head ,Department of Political Science DDUGU,Gorakhpur

6.     Mr.J P Singh, IAS

7.     Mr.A.S. Pathak, IAS

8.     NidhiMani Tripathi, IAS

 

44. Give details of studentenrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /

Seminar) involving externalexperts:

45. List the teaching methodsadopted by the faculty for different programmers:

46. How does the departmentensure that programme objectives are constantly met and

learning outcomes are monitored?:

47. Highlight the participationof students and faculty in extension activities.

48. Give details of ―beyondsyllabus scholarly activities‖ of the department.

49. State whether the programme/department is accredited/ graded by other agencies?

If yes, give details. :

50. Briefly highlight thecontributions of the department in generating new knowledge,

basic or applied. :

51. Detail any five Strengths,Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of

the department.

 

            Strengths

 

     Diversityof faculty expertise in teaching  andresearch

     Diversemodel systems used for research  andteaching

     Interactionwith students

     Interactionwith Eminent Academicians

 

            Weakness

 

     Needto develop integrative  intradepartmentalresearch program

     Goodfeedback mechanism

     Largeclass size

     Teacherstudent ratio not in place

     Toinculcate entrepreneurship in  students

     Todevelop teaching and research  programs,which are innovative, integrative  that attracts best brain of the country

     Stillneed a better infrastructure and  betterresource

 

            Opportunities

 

     Collaborativeresearch opportunity

     Extensionof empirical research for societal outreachactivities

 

Challenges

     Largeclass size

     Teacherstudent ratio not in place

     Toinculcate entrepreneurship in  students

     Todevelop teaching and research  programs,which are innovative, integrative  that attracts best brain of the country

     Stillneed a better infrastructure and  betterresource

 

52. Future plans of thedepartment:

 

—  Tobe established a School of International Studies and Indo Nepal Studies Centre.

—  Diplomacourse (UG and PG) in Leadership

—  Certificate/Diplomacourse For PRI’s Employees, Officers and Elected members

 Department's YouTube Channel Link:

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Sr. No.
Teacher Name
Designation
Mobile No.
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1Prof. Gopal PrasadProfessor and Head8004918799View
2Prof. Rajesh Kumar SinghProfessor9336414240View
3Prof. Rajani Kant PandeyProfessor9415245177View
4Prof. Vineeta PathakProfessor9415313045View
5Prof. Rusiram MahanandaProfessor9936921549View
6Dr. Nisha JaiswalAssociate Professor9415212802View
7Mahendra Kumar SinghAsst. Professor9868866906View
8Amit Kumar UpadhyayAsst. Professor9653007068View
 Sr. No. Course Syllabus CBCS
1Syllabus of Political Science for RET Entrance 20 20-2021View/Download --

Research Projects (Last 5 Years)

Project Title
Investigator
Funding Agency
Department
State/Central Govt.
Funds
Year
Duration
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Research Papers

Title of PaperName of the Author/sDepartment of the TeacherName of journalYear of publicationISSNnumber
Sanskriti, Rashtravad Sambandhi Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhyay ji ke VicharProf. S.P.M. TripathiPolitical ScienceMangalam, Half Yearly Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences20180976-8149
Paryavaran evam Hamara DayeetwaProf. S.P.M. TripathiPolitical ScienceLok Prashahan, Half Yearly Research Journal of IIPAS20182249-2577
महिला सशक्तिकरण के विविध आयाम, पृ0सं0 249-251Dr. Nisha JaiswalPolitical ScienceResearch Discourse (An International refereed Reseach Journal, Year VIII No. XXV – Oct- Dec 2017 Impact factor)20172277-2014
कौटिल्य का अर्थशास्त्र, राजप्रबंध की निर्देशिकाDr. Nisha JaiswalPolitical ScienceTripathga (An International refereed Reseach Journal, Year 2017 impact factor 2.01320172395-4280
राजनीतिक जागरुकता: संकल्प एवं यथार्थProf. Gopal PrasadPolitical ScienceSPT Journal of academicians20142321-7413
पंचायती राज व्यवस्था में नवोदित नेतृत्व का स्वरुपProf. Gopal PrasadPolitical ScienceIndian Journal of Society and Politics20142348-0084
अन्र्राष्ट्रीय आतंकवाद एवं विश्व शान्तिProf. Gopal PrasadPolitical ScienceSPT Journal of academicians20142321-7413
पश्चिम एशिया की राजनीति में मिश्र संकटProf. Gopal PrasadPolitical ScienceVidya Vimarsha VI media solutions, New Delhi20142348-1668

Books/Chapters in books and conference proceedings

  • Under Maintanance
  • Under Maintanance
Sr. No.
Teacher Name
Designation
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1Prof. Shriprakash Mani TripathiProfessor9451514015View