DEPARTMENT OF HOME SCIENCE

TheFoundation stone of Department of Home Science was laid by our visionary PrimeMinister Late Mrs. Indira Gandhi on 11th November 1983. She was astrong supporter of innovative development and gave this Department as a boonto the eastern belt of Uttar Pradesh for upliftment of society on the whole andwomen in particular. The UGC and the State Government readily came out withfinancial help for the development of infrastructure and basic facilities inthe Department.

TheDepartment is running B.Sc. Home Science and B.A. Home Science degree programmeand post-graduation in Resource Management and Foods and Nutrition. The coursestaught in the Department broadly cover areas of Food and Nutrition, Clothingand Textiles, Resource Management, Human Development and Family Studies andExtension Education.

Dr.Divya Rani Singh, Professor & Head of the Department has to her credit sevenbooks, contributed two chapters in two books, presented and published more than70 papers at national and international level, completed one project on childlabour funded by Ministry of labour, attended various workshops, refreshercourse, gave talk on television on social issues. Apart from this, two newfaculties have joined, Dr Anupama Kaushik, M.Sc., Ph.D. in Food and Nutrition.She is an alumni of NDUAT, Faizabad and Institute of Home Science, Agra. Shejoined in the Department as an Assistant Professor and has 07 research papersand 02 books.  Dr. Neeta Singh, M.Sc.,Ph.D. in Clothing and Textile, is an alumni of NDUAT Faizabad, GBPUAT Pantnagarand CCS HAU Hisar, Haryana. She joined in the Department as an AssistantProfessor and has 09 research papers and 01 chapter in books.

DEPARTMENTAL  PROFILE

 

1. Name of theDepartment: Home Science

2. Year of establishment: 1983

3. Is theDepartment part of a School/Faculty of the university?  - Yes

4. Names ofProgrammes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated

    Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)-

             U.G- B.Sc. (Home Science),

             PG-  M.Sc. in (Food and Nutrition and

                        M.Sc in (ResourceManagement)

             PhD- Home Science

5.Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved:

      Computer application- B.Sc. and M.Sc. (F&Nand RM)

      Organic Chemistry- B.Sc.and M.Sc. ((F&N and RM)

      Food Microbiology- B.Sc.and M.Sc. (F&N)

      Biochemistry- B.Sc.and M.Sc. (F&N)

      Statistic- B.Sc.and M.Sc. (F&N and RM)

      Environmental Science- M. Sc (RM)

6. Courses incollaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, -

             PG - Internship/ Implant Trainingin different institutions

 

7. Details ofprogrammes / courses discontinued, if any, with reasons

          M.Sc.(F&N) and (C&T)- Thisprogramme was discontinued due to lack of teaching staff   

8. Annual/Semester/Choice Based Credit System:

           B.Sc.- Annual system

           M.Sc.-Semester system (CBCS)

9. Participationof the department in the courses offered by other departments:

              Ph.D-  Computer course offered by ComputerDepartment

10. Number ofteaching posts sanctioned and filled

 

Sanctioned

Filled

Professors

-

-

Associate

Professors

-

-

Asst. Professors

03

03

 

11. Facultyprofile with name, qualification, designation and specialization

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

Name

Dr Divya Rani Singh

Qualification

M.Sc., Ph.D

Designation

Professor and Head

Specialization

Resource management

No. of Years of Experience

19 Yrs.

No. of Ph.D. students

guided for the last 5 years

 

01

 

 

Name

Dr Anupama Kaushik

Qualification

M.Sc, Ph.D

Designation

Assistant Professor

Specialization

Food and Nutrition

No. of Years of Experience

01

No. of Ph.D. students

guided for the last 5 years

 

-

 

 

Name

Dr Neeta Singh

Qualification

M.Sc , Ph.D

Designation

Assistant Professor

Specialization

Clothing and Textile

No. of Years of Experience

 6Yrs 3 month

No. of Ph.D. students

guided for the last 5 years

 

-

12. List of seniorVisiting Fellows, faculty, adjunct faculty, emeritus professors:

13. Percentage ofclasses taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise

   information:              U.G-  20%

                                     PG- 30%

14. Programme-wiseStudent Teacher Ratio-

             B.Sc. -Student Teacher Ratio- 108:3

             M.Sc.-Student Teacher Ratio-   28:3

15. Number ofacademic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned

      and filled

              Technical: 01 (filled)

             Administrative staff: -01(vacant)

16. Researchthrust areas recognized by funding agencies: -

17. Number offaculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding

       agencies and c) Total grants received.Give the names of the funding agencies and

       grants received project-wise. : Nil

18.Inter-institutional collaborative projects and grants received- Nil

       a) All India collaboration b) International

19. Departmentalprojects funded by DST-FIST; UGC-SAP/CAS, DPE; DBT, ICSSR,

         etc.; total grants received. : Nil

20. Researchfacility / centre with- Nil

        · staterecognition

        · nationalrecognition

        · internationalrecognition

21. Specialresearch laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies:

22. Publications:

      * Numberof papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international)- 43

      * Monographs-

      * Chaptersin Books-  01

      * EditedBooks -

      * Bookswith ISBN with details of publishers – 06

 

1.      Manav Vikas ki Pragati kaAdhyan- Book Ocean Publisher

2.      Conflicts and Problem ofLand and Property Rights for Farm and women- Nikhil Publishers and Distributor

3.      Anushandhan Tarikey Examsyankihi- Book Ocean Publisher

4.      Vastram Vigyan EvamParidhan Parichay- Green Leaf Publishers

5.      Vyavaharik Jeevan vigyanEwam Manav Swasthya- Book Ocean Publication

6.      Manav Vikas- Book OceanPublication

 

* Numberlisted in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus,

HumanitiesInternational Complete, Dare Database - International Social

SciencesDirectory, EBSCO host, etc.)

* CitationIndex – range / average - 62

* SNIP

* SJR

* ImpactFactor – range / average

* h-index-    03

23. Details ofpatents and income generated: Nil

24. Areas ofconsultancy and income generated: Nil

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

       abroad:  Nil

26. Faculty servingin:

27. Facultyrecharging strategies:

28. Studentprojects:

    B.Sc Project (Final year)

    M.Sc Project  and Internship  (Final year)

   

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

     · Faculty- 02

                      Dr Divya Rani Singh

                      Dr Neeta Singh

     · Doctoral / post-doctoral fellows-

     · Students-

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

international)with details of outstanding participants, if any. -        Nil

 

Name of the Seminar

Date

Source of Funding

A National Webinar

24- 25 May, 2020

-

 

Name of the workshop

Date

Source of Funding

Design Intervention on Khadi Fabrics

25 and 26 Sept 2019

-

 

 

 

 

31. Code of ethicsfor research followed by the departments:

32. Studentprofile course-wise:

Name of the Course

 

Applications received

 

Selected

(Male/ Female)

Pass percentage

(Male/ Female)

 

 

 

 

2014-2015

 

 

 

 M.Sc Home Science

98

13

13 (100%)

2015-2016

 

 

 

 M.Sc Home Science

86

13

13 (100%)

2016-2017

 

 

 

 M.Sc Home Science

69

13

13 (100%)

2017-2018

 

 

 

M.Sc Home Science

58

13

13 (100%)

2018-2019

44

14

14 (100%)

 

 

 

 

Ph.D

 

 

 

2013-2014

 

01

Passed

2014-2015

 

03

-

2015-2016

 

01

-

2016-2017

 

02

-

2017-2018

 

02

-

 

 

 

 

 

33. Diversity ofstudents:

Name of the

Course

 

Students from the

Same university

 

% of students from other universities

within the State

 

% of students

From other State

% of students

From universities

outside the

State

 

% of students

From other countries

 

B.Sc.

-

-

 

-

Nil

M.Sc.

All

02

 

-

Nil

Ph.D

03

-

 

-

Nil

 

34. How manystudents have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services

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

    category-wise.

S.No.

Name of the Ph. D Student

Category

Remarks

1.

Divya Gupta

OBC

Lt grade

2.

Kavita Singh

0BC

UGC NET

3.

 

 

 

 

 

 

35. Studentprogression

 

Studentprogression Percentage against enrolled

 

 

 

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

2017-2018

2018-2019

UG to PG -

13

11

13

13

14

PG to M.Phil.

-

-

-

-

-

PG to Ph.D.

01

 

01

-

01

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral-        

Nil

-

-

-

-

 

 

  Employed

· Campusselection- Nil

· Otherthan campus recruitment

       GovtSector- 04

       Private Sector- 05

       Entrepreneurs

 

36. Diversity ofstaff

Percentage offaculty who are graduates-

    of the same university:-

    from other universities within the State : 02(66 %)

    from universities from other States: 01(33%)

    from universities outside the country: Nil

37. Number offaculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the

      assessment period:  Nil

38. Presentdetails of infrastructural facilities with regard to

a) Library: 01

b) Internetfacilities for staff and students: - Nil

c) Total number ofclass rooms: 05

d) Class roomswith ICT facility: 01

e) Students‘ laboratories:02

f) Research laboratories: - 01

39. List ofdoctoral, post-doctoral students and Research Associates  -05

a) fromthe host university:  05

b) fromother universities : Nil

40. Number of postgraduate students getting financial assistance from the

university:

 Post Graduate- 36 students

41. Was any needassessment exercise undertaken before the development of new

       programme(s)? If so, highlight the methodology.-Nil

42. Does thedepartment obtain feedback from:

a. facultyon curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does

    the department utilize the feedback?

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

    the department utilize the feedback?

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

    utilize the feedback?

43. List thedistinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)

       1. Divya Gupta

       2. Kiran Tripathi

       3. Harshita Srivastav

       4. Sweta Singh

       5. Deepshikha Rai

       6. Priyanka Jaiswal

       7. Shikha Dubey

       8. Shivangi Pal

       9. Shweta Singh

      10. Pooja Gupta

 

44. Give detailsof student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /

      seminar) involving external experts:

1.     Cookery and Bakery and Preservative –Training Programme

2.     Pidilite craft -Workshop

3.     Training on Machine Embroidery – Workshop

4.     Designing on Khadi Fabric- Workshop

 

45. List theteaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmers

       1.Lecture method

       2. ICT tool

       3.Demonstration

46. How does thedepartment ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and

      learningoutcomes are monitored? :

 

47. Highlight theparticipation of students and faculty in extension activities.

 

Name of the activity

Organizing unit/ agency/ collaborating agency

Year of the activity

Number of students participated in such activities

 

2014-2015

 

Nutrition week

Dept of Home science

2014 -2015

116

Entrepreneurial Activities

Dept of Home science

2014-2015

120

 

2015-2016

 

Nutrition week

Dept of Home science

2015-2016

96

Entrepreneurial Activities

Dept of Home science

2015-2016

112

Lecture on Gender sensitization and

Rangoli and poster competition on Gender equity on International Women day

Dept of Home science

2015-2016

112

Awareness programme of AIDS on the occasion of AIDS Day

Dept of Home science

2015-2016

110

 

2016-2017

 

Nutrition week

Dept of Home science ,DDU GKP Univ

2016-2017

106

Entrepreneurial Activities

Dept of Home science, DDU GKP Univ

2016-2017

104

Seminar on AIDS Day

Dept of Home science, DDU GKP Univ

2016-2017

100

Lecture and Rally on Diabetic Day

Dept of Home science, DDU GKP Univ

2016-2017

106

 

2017-2018

 

Nutrition week

Dept of Home science ,DDU GKP Univ

2017-2018

112

Entrepreneurial Activities

Dept of Home science, DDU GKP Univ

2017-2018

112

 

2018-2019

 

Nutrition Week

 

Dept of Home science, DDU GKP Univ

2018-2019

 104

“Vastram” Exhibition

Dept of Home science, DDU GKP Univ

2018-2019

  94

AIDS Day,

 

Dept of Home science, DDU GKP Univ

2018-2019

 167

Entrepreneurial Activities

 

Dept of Home science, DDU GKP Univ

2018-2019

  234

Extension Activities- Training Awareness programme  on Anaemia, Malnutrition and Diet for rural women Pregnant women.

 

 

 

48. Give detailsof ―beyond syllabus scholarly activities of the department.

Year

Title of the program

Date and Duration (from-to)

2015

  Rangoli , slogan and poster competition on Gender equity & lectures on Gender sensitization

  8 th march 2015

2016

  Rangoli , slogan and poster competition on Gender equity & lectures on Gender sensitization

  8 th march 2016

2017

  Rangoli , slogan and poster competition on Gender equity & lectures on Gender sensitization

  8 th march 2017

2018

  Rangoli , slogan and poster competition on Gender equity & lectures on Gender sensitization

  8 th march 2018

2019

Workshop on gender sensitization

  8 th march 2019

 

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

      If yes, give details. –   Yes, UGC, 2011

 

50. Brieflyhighlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge,

       basic or applied. :

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

      the department.

Ø  Strengths

     Knowledge centric teaching and learning

     Keen interest and recurrent researchactivities.

     Course Curriculum focuses on applicationpart.

     Dedicated and hardworking faculty researchscholars

     Able to perform different out reachactivities for students and society.

 

Ø  Weakness

     Lack of staff and faculty.

     Limited laboratory facilities .

     Lack of transport facility for extensionactivities.

     Limited library facilities.

 

Ø  Opportunities

     Ability to expand research activities.

     Extension of vocational andentrepreneurial activities

     Launch more certificate and short termcourses

     Get more collaboration from differentagencies and institutes for better research work.

     Develop more efficient ICT material forawareness and extension activities.

 

Ø   Challenges

     Development of technical skills amongstudents.

     Availability of grants for differentactivities.

     Limitations of Resources.

     Development of Entrepreneurial traitsamong students.

     Creating more vocational opportunities.

 

52. Future plansof the department:

 

The Department plans todevelop  Resource centres for communitywork in rural areas, initiate  Coursesfor  skill development among young girlsin textiles and Bakery.The department plans to emphasize to  increase the job opportunities by developingIndustry Department interface and it also plans to organise conferences andworkshops on various issues of national importance.  


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1Prof. Divya Rani SinghProfessor and Head9415875582View
2Dr. Anupama KaushikAsst. Professor9935434855View
3Dr. Neeta SinghAsst. Professor7046115774View

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Research Papers

Title of PaperName of the Author/sDepartment of the TeacherName of journalYear of publicationISSNnumber
Preparation and Standardization of Papad using Golden Sweet PotatoDivya Gupta & Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceJournal of Pharmacognosy and Photochemistry.20192278-4136
Effect of developed guava seeds biscuit on blood glucose level Type-2 diabetes patientsDr. Anupama KaushikHome ScienceJournal of Pharmacognary and Phytochemistry2019 
Participation of women in agriculture and food security in eastern Uttar PradeshPoonam Prajapati & Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceJournal of Pharmacognosy and Photochemistry.20192278-4136
Article- Khadi : A Sustainable FabricTanvi Kumari & Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceInternational Journal of Applied Social Science20192394-1405
Awareness about food labeling among working & Non- working women of Gorakhpur cityDr. Anupama KaushikHome ScienceInternational Journal of Applied Home Science20182394-1413
Study on Nutritional status of cancer patient of Gorakhpur districtDr. Anupama Kaushik& Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceJournal of Home Science20182395-7476
Participation level of women in environment security and hurdles in adopting related modern technologiesDr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceInternational journal of Humanities and social science research20182455-2070
Sustainable remedy of Vitamin –A deficiency through Bio fortified golden sweet potatoDr. Divya Rani SinghHome SciencePURVA An interdisciplinary journal of Humanities and Social Science20182454261X
Assessment of entrepreneurial traits and induction of achievement motivation through training among the women of self help groups for development of financial literacyKiran Tripathi, Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceInternational journal of Applied home science20182394-1413
Application of biotechnology in Textile IndustryNeeta Singh, Sarita Hooda and SushilaHome ScienceMan Made Textiles in India20180377-7537
Occupational health hazards and safety management in farmingPoonam Prajapati, Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceAsian academic research journal of Multidisciplinary20182394-1413
Online Apparel ShoppingSarita Hooda, Neeta Singh and SushilaHome ScienceMan Made Textiles in India20180377-7537
Application of Natural mordents on textileShweta Singh, Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceInternational journal of Applied home science20182455-2070
Assessment of color fastness of developed shades of Harsingar Flower on Khadi silk yarnTanvi Kumari, Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceInternational journal of Applied Home Science20182394-1413
A study on internet addiction among higher education studentVandana Goswami, Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceAsian academic research journal of social science & humanities20182278-859x
Food habits with special reference to antioxidant consumption pattern among adolescent girlDivya Gupta, Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceInternational journal of scientific research in science technology20172395-6011
Effects of nutritional deficiency in cricket playersDr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceInternational journal of home science20172395-7476
Good nutrition diet for cricket playersDr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceInternational journal of home science20172395-7476
Increasing heart attacks in young IndiansDr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceInternational journal of home science20172395-7476
Role of home scientists in solving the remaining constraints and hurdles in environment security practices.Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceInternational journal of home science20172395-7476
Causes of female insecurity and safety in Uttar PradeshDr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceIndian society of genetics, biotechnology research and development20172247-7498
Energy conservation in textiles industries.Neeta SinghHome ScienceInternational Journal of Applied Home Science20172394-1413
Bacterial Resistance Finish on Cotton Fabric with Pomegranate and Onion Peel ExtractsNeeta Singh, Parveen Punia and Vivek SinghHome ScienceInternational Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences20172319-7706
Optimization of pH and concentration of dye liquor of naturals dyesShweta Singh, Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceInternational journal of Engineering science & research technology20172277-9655
Assessment of color fastness of developed printing paste using Indalca Gum with acid dyeTanvi Kumari, Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceInternational journal of scientific research in science technology20172277-9655
Use of natural binder ( Babul Gum) with acid dye and check the color fastnessTanvi Kumari, Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceTextile trends20170040-5205
Extent of multimedia addiction among adolescent based on gender differencesVandana Goswami, Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceInternational journal of Applied Home science20172394-1413
Impact of mobile addiction on personality: A study on Higher Secondary School StudentsVandana Goswami, Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceInternational journal of Behavioral science20170971-3190
A study on multimedia addiction among higher secondary school studentsVandana Goswami, Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceInternational journal of scientific research in science technology2017 
Multimedia addiction and it’s impact on adolescent’s personalityVandana Goswami, Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceInternal journal of mental health20172394-4579
Product development for malnourished children using soya flour and AmaranthsDr. Anupama KaushikHome ScienceGyandayini Samay Vigyan Shodh Patrika20162249-572X
Study on sanitary condition of street foods available in Gorakhpur cityDr. Anupama KaushikHome Science 20160973-1628
Academic stress and management strategies among college studentsKm. Neeta, Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceInternational journal of home science20162395-7476
Coping stress in adolescent student: A critical studyKm. Neeta, Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceGE-International journal of management research20162321-1709
Management of stress among AdolescentKm. Neeta, Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceAsian academic research journal of social science & humanities20162278-859x
Level of stress and management in college studentsKm. Neeta, Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceGE-International journal of management research20162321-1709
Recycling of pre and post textiles waste.Neeta Singh.Home ScienceMan Made Textiles in India20160377-7537
Impact of mobile phone addiction on adolescent’s life: A literature reviewVandana Goswami, Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceInternational journal of home science20162395-7476
Internet addiction among adolescent: A review of the researchVandana Goswami, Dr. Divya Rani SinghHome ScienceThe international journal of Indian psychology20162349-3429
Antibacterial Efficacy Of Cotton and Silk Fabric Finished With Plants Extracts.Neeta Singh, Parveen Punia &. Vivek Singh.Home ScienceInternational Journal of Textile and Fashion Technology (IJTFT).20152250-2378;2319-4510
Polylactic Acid (PLA) FibreNeeta Singh, Parveen Punia,  and Krishna Khambra.Home ScienceMan-made textiles in India20150377-7537
Needle Punched Non Woven Of Sesbania Aculeate (Dhaincha) Fibre .Neeta Singh & Anita Rani.Home ScienceInternational Journal of Textile and Fashion Technology (IJTFT).20142250-2378

Books/Chapters in books and conference proceedings

Teacher NameTitle of Book/ChapterTitle of the PaperTitle of the proceedings of the conferenceYear of publicationISBN/ISSN numberAffiliating InstituteName of the publisher
Dr. Divya Rani SinghVastram Vigyan Evam Paridhan Parichay- 2018978-93-84684-77-8Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityGreen Leaf Publishers
Dr. Anupama KaushikVyavaharik Jeevan Vigyan Ewam Manav Swasthya   2018976-93-87059-35-1Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityBook ocean Publication
Dr. Anupama KaushikManav Vikas   2018976-93-87059-34-1Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityBook ocean Publication
Dr. Neeta singhFruit and Vegetable Wastes-A Source of Antimicrobial ,Antioxidant, and Phytochemical. In book of Nutraceuticals and Pharmaceuticals from Medicinal Plants ( 1st ed. pp.148-158).  2018978-81-7141-505-2Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi, Published by Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd
Dr. Divya Rani SinghManav Vikas Ki Pragati Ka Adhyan--2016978-9385087-99-8Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityBook Ocean Publisher
Dr. Divya Rani SinghConflicts and Problem of land and Property Rights For Farm and Women --2016978-93-85810-70-1Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNikhil Publishers and Distributor
Dr. Divya Rani SinghAnushandhan Tarikey Exam Syankihi--2016978-93-84684-77-8Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityBook Ocean Publisher
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