About Department

Department Of Sociology

The Department of Sociology, DDU Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur was established in the year 1958. It had a modest beginning with only two teachers Mr. R.P.S. Gaur and Dr. Indra Dev. Prof. S.P. Nagendra joined the department as a Reader and Head in 1963. Under his visionary stewardship, the department gradually developed and earned good reputation for teaching and research in Sociology.  Prof. Nagendra guided the destiny of the department, till appointed Vice-Chancellor of  Lucknow University. Then,  Prof.  D.P. Saxena  took over as Head and continued in the position for about four years before his retirement.  After his superannuation, Professor G.B. Sahai, Prof.  P.S. Pandey, Prof. K.K. Mishra,  Prof. Sheobahal Singh, Professor V.K. Srivastava, Prof. Kirti Pandey, Prof. Ram Prakash and Prof. Manvendra Pratap Singh headed the department successively. The department at present is busy pursuing academic activities under the dynamic leadership of Prof. Sangeeta Pandey.

DEPARTMENTAL PROFILE

1. Name of the Department:  Sociology

2. Year of establishment:  1957-58

3. Is the Department part of a School/Faculty of the university?   YES, Faculty of University

4. Names of Program / Courses offered:  B.A. & M.A. in Sociology, Ph.D. (Regular)

5. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved :  N/A

6. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions: N/A

7. Details of program / courses discontinued, if any, with reasons: N/A

8. Annual/ Semester / Choice Based Credit System: Annual system in U.G. & C.B.C. System in P.G. 
.
9. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments: Yes
 
 * Some faculty members engage classes in B.A-L.L.B. Course of Law Department & M.B.A. course.

10. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled 
SanctionedFilled
Professors0101
Associate
Professors0302 (One seat vacant on 30th June 2020)
Asst. Professors1010 (01 on leave)

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



Sr. No.NameQualificationDesignationSpecializationNo. of Years of ExperienceNo. of Ph.D. students
guided 


1Dr. V. K SRIVASTAVA
M.A. , Ph.D.
PROFESSOR
Methodology
OCTOBER 1984 AS LECTURER / 36 yearsSOCIOLOGY


2Dr. KIRTI PANDEY
M.A. , Ph.D.
PROFESSOR
Indian Society and Culture
 FEB. 1988 AS LECTURER / 32 yearsSOCIOLOGY


3Dr. SANGEETA PANDEY

M.A. , Ph.D.

PROFESSOR
& Head

Gender Studies, Sociology of Environment2006  AS READER / 31 years 
SOCIOLOGY



4Dr. MANVENDRA PRATAP SINGH
M.A. , M. Phil, Ph.D.
PROFESSOR 
Sociology of development1998 AS LECTURER / 22 yearsSOCIOLOGY


5Dr. SHAFIQUE AHMED 

(L.W.P. )M.A. , Ph.D.PROFESSORCultural Sociology, Social DemographyOCT. 1998 AS LECTURER / 22 yearsSOCIOLOGY




6Dr. SUBHI DHUSIA


M.A. , Ph.D.

PROFESSOR

Social Change, Social Stratification in special reference to women & Dalits2001 AS LECTURER / 19 years
SOCIOLOGY



7Dr. ANJU
M.A. , Ph.D.
PROFESSOR
Society and culture in contemporary india , Criminology 2001 AS LECTURER / 19 yearsSOCIOLOGY





8Dr. ANURAG DWIVEDI


M.A. , Ph.D.


ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Industrial Sociology, Sociology of Management, Sociology  of Health, Social Change and Mass Media2001 AS LECTURER / 19 years
SOCIOLOGY




9DR. PAWAN KUMAR


M.A. , Ph.D.


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Research Methodology, Sociology of Ageing, Sociological TheoryJULY 2018 


SOCIOLOGY




10DR. MANISH KUMAR PANDEY
M.A. , Ph.D.

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Cultural Sociology, Sociology of DevelopmentJULY 2018

 SOCIOLOGY




11Mr. PRAKASH PRIYADARSHI 

M.A., M. Phil

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Criminology, Industrial Sociology, Social DemographyJULY 2018 

SOCIOLOGY



12

Mr. DEEPENDRA MOHAN SINGH

M.A.

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Sociology of Development, sociology of Environment, Sociology of Mass CommunicationJULY 2018 

SOCIOLOGY



12. List of senior Visiting Fellows, faculty, adjunct faculty, emeritus professors: N/A

13. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise information: N/A



14. Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio:  
   
U.G :
 Total Students: 1380*  
Total Teachers: 11
Ratio: 125  : 1

 P.G. :

Total Students: 120
Total Teachers: 11
Ratio: 10:1

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

Technical: N/A

Administrative Staff : 
•Office Head – 01
•Peon- 01
•Peon  (On Temporary basis) – 02
•Sweeper- 01

16. Research thrust areas recognized by funding agencies: 

   Regional Development, Child labour, Sociology of Health, Mass Communication, Studies on Muslim Women

17. Number of faculty 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. : N/A

18. Inter-institutional collaborative projects and grants received:   N/A

19. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC-SAP/CAS, DPE; DBT, ICSSR,
etc.; total grants received. :  N/A

20. Research facility / centre with
•state recognition N/A
•national recognition N/A
•international recognition. N/A 

21. Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies: N/A

22. Publications:  

SR. NO.                Items                      Total 
1Papers published in reviewed Journals
UGC Listed 10
2Papers published in reviewed Journals
24
3Chapters in Edited Books13
4Books with ISBN with details of publishers15

Details of publication in Enclosure NO.-  01


Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus,
Humanities International Complete, Dare Database - International Social
Sciences  Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)

Citation Index – range / average : N/A
SNIP
SJR
Impact Factor – range / average
h-index

23. Details of patents and income generated:  N/A

24. Areas of consultancy and income generated:   N/A

25. Faculty selected nationally/ internationally to visit other laboratories in India and
abroad:    N/A

26. Faculty serving in:

(a)National Committees: 

1.Prof. Vinod Kumar Srivastava
•Life Member, Indian Sociological Society (LMI-2185)
2.Prof. Kirti Pandey 
•Life Member , Indian Sociological Society
3.Prof. Sangeeta Pandey
•Life Member , Indian Sociological Society (LMI 2946)
4.Prof. Manvendra Pratap Singh,
•Member, Managing Committee, Indian Sociological Society
•Life Member, Indian Sociological Society
5.Prof. Shafique Ahmed
•Life Member , Indian Sociological Society
6.Prof. Subhi Dusia 
•Life Member , Indian Sociological Society
7.Prof. Anju 
•Life Member , Indian Sociological Society
8.Dr. Anurag Dwivedi 
•Life Member , Indian Sociological Society (LMI-2345)
9.Dr. Manish K. Pandey 
•Life Member , Indian Sociological Society
•Web Director and Life Member of Social Science and Humanities Association (SSHA)
10.Dr. Pawan Kumar
•Life Member , Indian Sociological Society 
•Life Member, Indian Association of Social Science and Health 
•Life Member, Association of Gerontology (India)

11.Mr. Prakash Priydarshi 
•Life Member , Indian Sociological Society
12.Mr. deepender Mohan singh 
•Life Member , Indian Sociological Society

(b) Editorial Boards :

1.Prof. V. K. Srivastava
•Member, Editorial Advisory Board, and Member, Referee Board of Research Journal “ Radhakamal Mukejee: Chintan Parampara’’, A National Refereed Journal of Social Sciences, ISSN-0974 – 0074
         
2.Prof. Sangeeta Pandey 
•Member, Editorial Board, Indian Research Journal of Social Sciences, Basti, U.P.

3.Dr. Anurag Dwivedi

•Member, Editorial Board, Sambodh publish from Allahabad
•Member, Editorial Board, New Horizons, Akhil Bhagya, Gorakhpur
•Member, Editorial Board, Research Journals of Humanities and social sciences, Chattisgarh. 

4.Prof. Anju
•Member of Editorial Board of Journal Social Research Foundation, kanpur

(c)University Committees: 

1.Prof. V. K. Srivastava
•Member, Board of Studies, Sociology.
•Member, Academic Council

 
2Prof.  Kirti Pandey
•Member, Board of Studies, Sociology.
•Member, Academic Council

 
3Prof. Sangeeta Pandey
•Member, Executive Committee, Gorakhpur University Women Asociation. 
•Member, Board of Studies, Sociology.
•Member, Academic Council
•Chairperson, Weight Lifting, Athletic Association


4Prof. Manvedra Pratap Singh
•Incharge, University Guest House Member
• Board of Studies, Sociology.
•Member, Academic Council

5Prof. Subhi Dhusia
•Member, Executive Council
•Member, Board of Studies, Sociology.
•Member, Academic Council
•Chairperson, Weight Lifting, Athletic Association


6Prof. Anju,
•Member, Executive Council.
•Member, Board of Studies, Sociology.
•Member, Academic Council
•Member of flying squat
•Member of Board of faculty of Arts


7Dr. Anurag Dwivedi,
•Member, Executive Council.
•Member, Board of Studies, Sociology.
•Member, Academic Council

8Dr. Manish Kumar Pandey

•Assistant Proctor
•NAAC Representative
•Co-Convener, Special Awareness Cell
•Member, University Alumni Association.
•Member, ‘Padhe Gorakhpur’ Committee.
•Chairperson of  Fencing, Athletic Association

9Dr. Pawan Kumar, Member
•Member, Deendayal Shodh Peeth, 

10Mr. Prakash Priyadarshi
•Member, Mahayogi Guru Gorakshnath Shodh Peeth.
•Chairperson of  Karate, Athletic Association
11Mr. Deependra Mohan Singh 
•Programme Officer, NSS
•Co-Convener, Rovers & Rangers
•CO-Incharge, University Guest House
•Assistant P.R.O.
 

27. Faculty recharging strategies: (UGC, Refresher Course / Orientation Course)

Programme2014-152015-162016-172017-182018-192019-20
Orientation 
-03 
Workshop
-01
Refresher Course02-
Short-term Course020101
Faculty Dev. Prog.01

(Enclosure No. 02)


28. Student projects: PDF

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

Faculty
Doctoral: 
  *Post doctoral fellow: 03

•Students

30. Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops organized and the source of funding (national /
International ) with details of outstanding participants, if any.  

Sr. NO.Name of the Seminar / Refresher CourseDateSource of Funding
1GLOBALIZATION, MEDIA AND CULTURE (NATIONAL SEMINAR)27-28 FEBRUARY,2016U.G.C.
2ENVIRONMENT, TECHNOLOGY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT(NATIONAL SEMINAR)22-23 FEBRUARY,2019
ICSSR, U.G.C.
3RECENT THEORIES AND METHODS FOR UNDERSTANDING SOCIETY IN CONTEMPORARY INDIA (REFRESHER COURSE)01-21 DECEMBER, 2018
UGC-HRDC 
41st  REFRESHAER COURSE IN SOCIAL SCIENCESS
(Topic: Recent Trends In Social Sciences)15-28 February, 2020
UGC-HRDC 

Name of the workshopDateSource of Funding
ENGENDERING BUDGET AND GENDER INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT 9-11 March, 2019
In Collaboration with Lucknow University & Ministry of Women and child development, Govt. Of India.


31. Code of ethics for research followed by the department:
* Research areas relevant in eastern U.P. are given special preference.
* Sociological studies related with government policies are encouraged.
* Extensive Literature Survey is made essential.
* Proper Discussion on the subject in DRC meeting.
* Special attention is given to the use of Methodology. 
* Collection of primary data from the field, using the tools of data collection conductive to the field.









32. Student profile course-wise:

Name of the Course
SessionApplications received
Selected
(Male/ Female)Pass percentage
(Male/ Female)

P.G2018-19N/A44 (IV SEMESTER)
43

P.G 2019-20N/AMale: 41
Female: 99----
Ph.D. 2019-20N/AMale: 28
Female: 57----



33. Diversity of students: Session 2019-20
Name of the
Course
Students from the
Same university
Number and % of students from other universities
within the State
Number and % of students
from
universities
outside the
State
Number and % of students
From other countries

P.G.
13603 /.450000
Ph. D.4436*------


34. How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services
examinations, NET, SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details
category-wise.

Sl. No.ItemsTotal Qualified
1Civil Services 02
2UGC-NET13
3Other Services19
4UPHESC (2020)15

34 (B) :

Number of Selected Students in UP Higher Education Commission in Recent Result 2020 :  15

(Details in Enclosure NO. 03)


35. Student progression
Student progression Percentage against enrolled

Progression From –toPercentage of the passed out students
UG to PGN/A
PG to Ph.D.44
Ph.D. to P.D.F.03
Recruitment19 +15 ( Newly Selected candidates) 
Enterpreneurs


UG to PG : Data Not available  

PG to M.Phil. : NIL
 
PG to Ph.D.: 44  (Session 2019-20)
 
Ph.D. to Post- Doctoral: 03 (During Session 2015-16 to 2016-17)


36. Diversity of staff

Percentage of faculty who are graduates-

From the Same University07
From Other University Within State06 (before june 2020 but now this number is 05)


37. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period : N/A



38. Present details of infrastructural facilities with regard to

a) Library : N/A

b) Internet facilities for staff and students:  YES

c) Total number of class rooms :  03

d) Class rooms with ICT facility :   02 

e) Students‘ laboratories :  NIL

f) Research laboratories :  NIL

39. List of doctoral, post-doctoral students and Research Associates :  
 
( Enclosure No. 04)

a) from the host university :  Doctoral :   44      Post-doctoral: 03

b) from other universities : Doctoral: 23

40. Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the
university: N/A

41. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
Programme(s)? If so, highlight the methodology.  N/A

42. Does the department obtain feedback from: …

a. faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does
the department utilize the feedback?

On the basis of feedback curriculum is upgraded- faculty members, both formally (through Board of Studies) and informally meet more than once in a month to discuss about the development of the department. Changes in course structure, purchase of books and equipments, discipline, etc. are taken up for the overall development of the department.

b. students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does
the department utilize the feedback? 

The department collects the feedback both personally and also combinedly by faculties. Accordingly changes in classroom teaching, topics of seminars are made and individually help the students for their higher studies and placements. 

c. alumni and employers on the programmes offered and how does the department
utilize the feedback?   Proposed


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

Sl.NO.Name of AlumniType of services
01Prof. P. S. Pandey Professor (Retired), Gorakhpur University
02Prof. K. K. MishraProfessor (Retired), Gorakhpur University
03Prof. V. K. Pant Professor (Retired), Kumaon University
05Rakesh PatelA.D.M. (UP-PCS)
06Rajeev Kumar SinghIncome Tax Officer, Mumbai
07Swami Prakash Pandey I.R.A.S. Indian Railways
08Anoop PandeyOfficer, India Army
09
10



44. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
seminar) involving external experts:

(a)List of Seminars/ Workshop:

Sr. No.Name of Seminar / WorkshopDate

1GLOBALIZATION, MEDIA AND CULTURE (NATIONAL SEMINAR)27-28 FEBRUARY,2016


2ENVIRONMENT, TECHNOLOGY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT(NATIONAL SEMINAR)22-23 FEBRUARY,2019


3RECENT THEORIES AND METHODS FOR UNDERSTANDING SOCIETY IN CONTEMPORARYB INDIA (REFRESHER COURSE)01-21 DECEMBER, 2018


4ENGENDERING BUDGET AND GENDER INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT 9-11 March, 2019

5MAHILA UTSAV 08/03/2019

6WORKSHOP ON DEAF & DUMB IN COLLABORATION WITH DEAF WELFARE SOCIETY, GORAKHPUR
29/09/2019



71st  REFRESHER COURSE IN SOCIAL SCIENCES 
(Topic: Recent Trends In Social Sciences)
15-28 February, 2020



 
(b) Special lectures in Recent Years
..

Sl. NO.Name of the External ExpertsTopic of Special Lectures/ DateDate
1Prof. I. S. Chauhan, Ex High Commission, FIJIFiji me Bhartiyon ka samajik evm rajnitik chintak16/02/2018
2Prof. D. R. Sahu
Secretary, ISSIssues in sociological research in india24/02/2018
3Prof. M.S. Randhawa Research Ethics in Social Sciences 14/03/2018
4Prof. D. R. Sahu
Head, Deptt. of Sociology, Lucknow University Special Lecture04/ 07/2018
5Prof. A. K. Kaul
B.H.U. Modernity : its rupture and search for its alternative07/09/2018
6Prof. Brajesh Kumar Singh
Head, Det. of Sociology, M.G. K.V.P. Varanashi Research Methodology08/09/2018
7Prof. M. L. Shrivastava   Sociology of Medicine 20/09/2018
8Prof. Manish K. Verma Development, marginalization and issues of displacement 14/10/2018
9Prof. D.R. Sahu, Secretary, Indian Sociological SocietyAssessing the role of social sciences and democracy in India’s development on the occasion of Convocation Week17/10/2018
10Benoit Roederor,
French SociologistSocio-cultural change in Europe and developed countries: the roots of the growing gender issues and its relevance to India18/03/2019
11Prof. Raghu Nandan  Sharma,
Patna UniversitySpecial Lecture/03/2019
12Prof. D. R. Sahu
EX. Head, Dept. of Sociology
Lucknow UniversitySpecial Lecture25/09/2019
13Prof. Vinay Kumar Srivastav
Director, Anthropological Survey of India, Kolkata“Love, Engagement, Commitment. Why read Sociology” on the occasion of Convocation Week.14/10/2019
14Prof. Aasish Saxena
Head, Dept. Of Sociology
Allahabad University.Rural Sociology13/10/2019



45. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmers:
 
 The department uses conventional as well as modern tools and techniques of teaching. Majority of faculty members uses interactive teaching methods. Smart class room, group discussions, Assignments, presentations, class seminars are regularly and frequently organized to keep the students abreast recent trends.  

*Lectures
*PPT
*Group Discussion
*Assignment
*Class Seminar
*Group Discussion
* Field Work survey of GIDA Industrial Area and Aaurangabad village in  Gorakhpur, a modal of rural entrepreneurship and famous for Terracota Art. 

46. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored? :

To ensure effective monitoring of programme objectives, the department regularly interacts with the students. This is also proved by the ratio of employment of the P.G. students in diverse areas. Few other students crack entrance exams of other national universities for different courses like JNU, DU, BHU, Allahabad University etc. 


47. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.

The faculty and students actively participated in extension activities organized by the university from time to time like tree plantation in the university campus, flood donation camps and cleanliness drives. Apart from these participation in National Service Schemes by the students is quite common, whereby they are inculcated the spirit of social sciences and community service. Some of the students also become members of NCC and Rovers and Rangers in the university. A faculty Member also adopted a child suffering from T.B.

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

All the faculty and students are actively involved in beyond syllabus scholarly activities of the departments. Organizing seminars, symposia on regular basis is a testimony to it. Participation and deliberation in International seminars, symposium and workshops is a regular feature of the department by the faculty and students together. Publication of research in international Journals, books and national publications are quite common in the department.
 

49. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies?
If yes, give details. :  N/A
 
50. Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge,
basic or applied. : 

Ever since its inception the department was constantly aware of its responsibility and duties towards the society. Consequently the department formulated and implemented new courses and curriculum in tune with the changing requirements of the society. New courses like Sociology of Environment, Political Sociology, Sociology of Mass Media and Popular Culture,  Sociology  of  Health etc. were incorporated in the curriculum.   






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

Strengths: 
(a)Qualified faculty.
(b)Regular and continuous classes.
(c)Calm and serene atmosphere
(d)Strong students  strength at UG, PG and Ph.D. level.

Weakness:
(a)Lack of infrastructure.
(b)Lack of departmental library.
(c)Lack of skilled and specialized office personnel.
(d)Resource constraint.

Opportunities:
(a) Strong students strength.
(b) Ability to liaise with NGO and other stake holders.
(c) Possibilities of diversification of the discipline.  
(d) Specialized faculty and possibilities of national and international collaboration.
(e) It is the Only University in the Region.

Challenges:
(a) To build linkages with various stakeholders outside the department.
(b) Paucity and scarcity of job avenues in the region.
(c) Enriching departmental library.
(d) Dissemination of knowledge at community level. 

52. Future plans of the department:

(a)Resource mobilization for conducting research on region specific issues.
(b)Strive to get DSA status for the department. 
(c)Organize seminars and conferences on region specific issues.
(d)Regularly organized academic programmes in tune with UGC.




Department Profile

Department Info Details (Under Maintenance)

Name of Department Department of Sociology
Head of Department Prof. Sangeeta Pandey
Address of Department Department of Sociology, DDU Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur
Contact Number
Email ID
Social Media Page's Links :
Facebook
Instagram
Youtube
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Scientific Equipments Details

Scientific Equipment Link No Document

Infrastructure

Type Number
Class Rooms - ICT 01
Class Rooms - Non-ICT 01
Seminar Rooms 01
Common Rooms No
Departmental Libraries N/A
Gents Toilets N/A
Ladies Toilets 02
Disabled Person Toilets N/A
Faculty Rooms 04
Office 01
Reception Yes
Waiting Area Yes
Lobby Yes
Ramp Yes
Disabled Friendly Yes
Labs N/A

Electrical Appliances

Type Number
Fans 22 working 3 non working
LED Lights/Tube lights 47
Air Conditioners 01 window AC working, 01 split not working
Coolers 01
Room Heaters 01
Refrigerators N/A
Any Other N/A

Equipment

Type Number
Computers 02 working and 04 non working
Printers 02
Routers 00
Network Switches 00
Servers N/A

Additional Information

5 Years Master Plan https://api.ddunaac.com/api/Containers/department/download/572b1d27-e413-4e67-b4c9-4c024979ebe1.docx
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Student Attendance Yes

Time Table

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Fast Learners
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Co-curricular Activity No Document
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Innovation Practices No Document
Stock Register Yes
Internal Evaluation Records Yes
Special Provision made for Advanced & Slow/Fast Learners Yes

Feedback from Various Stakeholders

Parents Feedback Yes Students Feedback Yes
Teachers Feedback Yes Alumnis Feedback No

Visiting Guest Faculty

No. of Guest Lectures Yes
List of Guest Faculty No Document
Consultancy Services No Document
Community Extension Programs No Document
Learning Resources Available in the Department No Document
Achievements and Rewards No Document
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Any Other N/A

Program Details

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Papers Taught View Document
Value Added Courses No Document
Students enrolled in Each Value-Added Course No Document
No. of Publications 23
No. of Books Published 7
No. of Chapters Published 9

MoUs Signed

MoUs Link No Document

Student Information

Type No. of Student
Under Graduate (UG) 2400
Post Graduate (PG) 227
Ph.D. Scholars 82
JRF/SRF 5
From Within State 223
From Outside State 4
International slow learners (Only UG): ---
International fast learners (Only UG): ---

Faculties

Sr. No.
Teacher Name
Designation
Mobile No.
Photo
Profile
1Prof. Kirti PandeyProfessor9415319050View
2Prof. Vinod Kumar SrivastavaProfessor9336424593View
3Prof. Sangeeta PandeyProfessor and Head9918066133View
4Prof. Manvendra Pratap SinghProfessor8004158585View
5Prof.( Dr.) Shafique AhmedProfessor9453612573View
6Prof. Subhi DhusiaProfessor9935400720View
7Prof. AnjuProfessor8400113377View
8Dr. Anurag DwivediAssociate Professor9532435060View
9Dr. Manish Kumar PandeyAsst. Professor9792454306View
10Dr. Pawan KumarAsst. Professor8090496743View
11Deependra Mohan SinghAsst. Professor9454526686View
12Prakash PriyadarshiAsst. Professor9005658958View

Courses & Syllabi

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Research & Publications

Research Projects (Last 5 Years)

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Department
State/Central Govt.
Funds
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Duration
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Research Papers

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Achievements

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Activities

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Retired Faculties

Sr. No.
Teacher Name
Designation
Mobile No.
Photo
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1Prof. Ram PrakashProfessor9369491078View

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