एम.व्ही.पी. समाजाचे

के. टी. एच. एम. महाविद्यालय

(के.आर.टी. कला, बी.एच. वाणिज्य, ए.एम. विज्ञान महाविद्यालय.)

MVP SAMAJ'S

K.T.H.M. COLLEGE, Nashik

(K.R.T. Arts, B.H. Commerce and A.M. Science College.)

Department of Chemistry:Profile

 

1. Name of the Department : Chemistry

 

2 . Year of Establishment: 1969

3 . Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M. Phil., Ph.D., Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)

UG

PG

Research

Other

B. Sc.

M. Sc.

(Organic Chemistry)

M. Sc.

(Analytical Chemistry)

M. Sc.

(Inorganic Chemistry)

M. Phil., Ph.D.

1. UGC Sponsored Career Oriented Course (COC)

Instrumental techniques in Analytical Chemistry

2. UGC Sponsored Community College: Analytical

Techniques for Pharmaceuticals

3. Additional 10 credit courses for PG students

· Human Rights and Value Education

· Internet Cyber Security

· Skill Development: Quality Control Chemist

 

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

‘Instrumental Techniques in Analytical Chemistry’ and ‘Analytical Techniques in Pharmaceuticals’ are the interdisciplinary courses under the Life Cycle Skill Sector of the Sector Skill Council, New Delhi. The college runs both the courses in collaboration with partner industries.

5 . Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (Programme Wise)

Annual

Semester

Credit system

F.Y.B.Sc.

S.Y., T.Y.B.Sc., M.Sc.

M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.

 

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

Faculty of the department contributes in conducting various courses viz. Fundamental Chemistry (Biotechnology), Environmental Chemistry (Environmental Science), Instrumental Techniques (Microbiology).

 

7. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.:

‘Instrumental Techniques in Analytical Chemistry’ and ‘Analytical Techniques in Pharmaceuticals’ are conducted in collaboration with Megafine Pharmaceuticals, Nashik; Shimadzu Analyticals, Andheri, Mumbai; BSR Technology, Nashik and Bioera, Pune.

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

9 . Number of teaching posts :

 

Sanctioned

Filled

Teaching Posts

25

23*

* Out of total filled post: 01 Professor, 06 Associate Professor and 16 Assistant Professor

10 . Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization

 

Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

Experience

in Years

Ph.D. Students Guided

Dr. V. B. Gaikwad

M.Sc., M.Phil.

Ph.D.

Principal

Physical

Chemistry

36

09

B.M. Padaval

M.Sc., M.Phil.

Associate Prof.

Inorganic

Chemistry

36

-

Dr. R. B. Toche

M.Sc., Ph.D.

Associate Prof.

Organic

Chemistry

34

16

Dr. J. S. Aher

M.Sc., Ph.D.

Associate Prof.

Physical Chemistry

31

04

M.P. Shinde

M.Sc.

Associate Prof.

Inorganic

Chemistry

29

-

D.N. Patil

M.Sc.

Associate Prof.

Inorganic

Chemistry

31

-

Dr. S.R. Labhade

M.Sc., SET, Ph.D.

Associate Prof.

Analytical

Chemistry

18

-

D.D. Jadhav

M.Sc.

Assistant Prof.

Physical Chemistry

20

-

Dr. D. D. Kajale

M.Sc., Ph.D.

Assistant Prof.

Inorganic Chemistry

18

-

Dr. N. D. Gaikwad

M.Sc., Ph.D., NET, SET

Assistant Prof.

Organic Chemistry

13

-

Dr. S. S. Gaikwad

M.Sc., Ph.D.

Assistant Prof.

Analytical Chemistry

8

-

Dr. R.R. Kale

M.Sc., Ph.D.

Assistant Prof.

Organic Chemistry

1

-

D.G. Bahiram

M.Sc., SET.

Assistant Prof.

Inorganic

Chemistry

1

-

N. K. Jadhav

M.Sc., NET, SET.

Assistant Prof.

Organic

Chemistry

6

-

P. S. Patil

M.Sc., B.Ed.

Assistant Prof.

Organic

Chemistry

7

-

D. S. Khairnar

M.Sc., NET, SET, GATE.

Assistant Prof.

Organic

Chemistry

3

-

K. A. Mahale

M.Sc., Ph.D., SET

Assistant Prof.

Organic

Chemistry

2

-

V. S. Shinde

M.Sc., NET.

Assistant Prof.

Inorganic

Chemistry

2

-

A. D. Khalkar

M.Sc.

Assistant Prof.

Organic

Chemistry

2

-

V. D. Jadhav

M.Sc.

Assistant Prof.

Analytical

Chemistry

2

-

B. K. Ghotekar

M.Sc., NET.

Assistant Prof.

Organic

Chemistry

4

-

A.V. Kardel

M.Sc., NET

Assistant Prof.

Organic

Chemistry

7

-

Dr. G. R. Jadhav

M.Sc.

Assistant Prof.

Organic

Chemistry

4

-

11 . List of senior visiting faculty :

Name

Designation

Area of Research/Expertise

Dr. M.N. Jachak

Emeritus Scientist, CSIR, New Delhi

Organic chemistry

Dr. V.R. Dhole

Dy. Director, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Nashik

Analytical Chemistry

Dr. V.T. Mathhad

Vice President, Megafine Pharmaceuticals

Organic Chemistry

 

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

Programme

Total workload

of department

Total workload of permanent faculty

Lectures delivered by temporary faculty

Practical classes handled by

temporary faculty

No.

%

No.

%

B.Sc.

405

260

14

3.45

131

32.34

M.Sc.

192

66

20

10.41

106

55.20

13 . Student -Teacher Ratio (Programme Wise):

Level

Class

Number of teachers

Student:Teacher Ratio

UG

B.Sc. Students Strength FY/4+SY/3+TY)

(480/4+180/3+127) = 120 + 60 + 127

23

14:1

PG

M.Sc. Students Strength (Part-I+ Part-II)

(77+59)=136

14

10:1

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

Number of Support Staff (Lab Assistant and Lab Attendant)

 

Sanctioned

Filled

Lab Assistants

02

02

Lab Attendants

09

09

15 . Qualifications of teaching faculty with D.Sc./ D.Litt./ Ph.D./ M.Phil. / PG.:

Qualifications of teaching faculty

Ph.D.

M. Phil.

PG with SLET/NET

PG

09

02

09

07

Note : Some M.Phil./ Ph.D. degree holders have also cleared NET/SLET

16 . Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding agencies and grants received

Name of the faculty

Title of Project

Name of funding agency

Grant received (Rs)

Status (Minor/ Major)

Dr. R. B. Toche

Synthesis of poly-substituted thiophene and thiazole derivatives and study of their biological activities

BCUD 2016-18

250000

Minor

Dr. S. S. Gaikwad

Preparation and characterization of mixed oxides; their application as catalyst.

BCUD 2016-18

230000

Minor

 

 

Total

480000

 

17 . Departmental projects funded by DST – FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. & total grants received

Name of the faculty

Title of Project

Name of funding agency

Grant received (Rs)

Status (Minor/ Major)

Dr. V.B. Gaikwad

Synthesis of nano-TiO2 and its gas sensing performance using thick films

UGC

2008-11

751000

Major

Dr. M. N. Jachak

Synthesis of novel spiro oxazino- quinolone derivatives and study of their photophysical properties

DST

2010-13

2141700

Major

Dr. M. N. Jachak

Synthesis of novel dipyrazolopyridines (DPP), pyrazolopyrrolopyridines (PPP) and study of their photophysical property

CSIR

2009-12

1366000

Major

Dr. M. N. Jachak

Synthesis and reaction of heterocyclic compounds with biological activity synthesis of fluorescent heterocycles with linker groups

UGC

2008-11

823800

Major

Dr. R.B. Toche

Synthesis of benzo [h] napthaaridines having 3-substituted ethyl side chain and study of their antimalarial activity.

UGC

2009-12

947000

Major

Dr. R. B. Toche

Synthesis of new benzo[h] naphthyridines and to study the influence of side chain on anti- malarial activity

CSIR

2010-13

1293067

Major

Dr. S. V. Patil

Reactions of maleic anhydride and its derivatives with nucleophiles; Novel synthetic approach to fused heterocyclic for biological/fluorescence applications.

UGC 2011-14

1107131

Major

Dr. V.J. Medhane

Synthesis & optical absorption measurement of aza heterocycles such as pyrazolo [1,5-a] pyrimidine, pyrazolo pyrido pyrimidine, dipyrazolo pyrimidines and pyrazolo pyrimido quionoline derivatives

UGC 2011-14

1326000

Major

Dr. P.J. Tambade

Synthesis of novel ionic liquid based ligands, their complexation with transition metals and application in organic synthesis

CSIR 2013

1800000

Major

Dr. V. J. Medhane

Synthesis of biologically active heterocycles

BCUD 2010-12

250000

Minor

Dr. V. B. Gaikwad

Synthesis and characterization of mix metal oxides: a green chemistry approach

BCUD 2012-14

300000

Minor

Dr. J. S. Aher

Synthesis and theoretical study on intramolecular H-bonded heterocycles.

BCUD 2009-11

200000

Minor

Dr. R. B. Toche

Synthesis of new anti-malarial drugs such as 2-methylbenzo[h] [1,6] naphthyridine derivatives

BCUD 2012-14

270000

Minor

Dr. J. S. Aher

Study of physical properties of pharmaceutical important organic compounds in solution state.

UGC 2012-13

70000

Minor

M. P. Shinde

Synthesis of transition metal complexes of 1,3-diketones and Schiff’s bases and study their physical properties and biological activity.

UGC 2012-13

60000

Minor

Dr. P. J. Tambade

Synthesis and characterization of novel ionic liquid based ligands

UGC 2013

85000

Minor

P. D. Garud

Synthesis of benzo [h] [1,6] naphthyridine derivatives and evaluation of their antimicrobial activity

UGC 2013-15

55000

Minor

Dr. S. V. Patil

Synthesis, fluorescence and DFT study of 3,4-disubstituted maleimides for biological and material applications.

BCUD 2013-14

270000

Minor

P. D. Dhondge

Synthesis characterization and antimicrobial property studies of beta amino carbonyl and beta-diketone transition metal complexes

BCUD 2013-15

155000

Minor

M. P. Shinde

Synthesis of Schiff’s bases and their metal transitions and study their biological activities

BCUD 2013-14

230000

Minor

Dr. V. J Medhane

Synthesis and biological screening of chromino pyrido oxadiazole, triazole and thiazolidone derivatives

BCUD 2013-15

230000

Minor

Dr. S. R. Labhade

Utility of absorbance quenching reaction of analyte with the absorbing reagent for indirect spectrophotometric determination of analyte through measurement of permittance.

UGC 2013-15

75000

Minor

Dr. N. D. Gaikwad

Synthesis and biological evaluation of thiazole substituted 1, 2, 4-triazole and imidazole derivatives.

BCUD 2013-15

200000

Minor

Total

14770698

 
  • DBT Star College Scheme:

Name of the Department

Heads of Expenditure

Name of funding agency

Grant received (Rs)

Chemistry

Equipment, Chemicals and Glassware’s, Excursions, Visits, Mini Projects etc.

Department of Biotechnology, New Delhi

1100000

  • Travel Grants for attending the conference:

Name of Student

Name of funding agency

Amount Sanctioned in Rs.

Year

Dr. V.B. Gaikwad

UGC Travel Grant

164290

2015-16

Dr. S.V. Patil

UGC Travel Grant

157994

2015-16

18 . Research Centre /facility recognized by the University : Yes

  • SPPU, Pune recognized research center for M.Phil. and Ph.D.

Name of the Recognized Research Guide

M.Phil./ Ph.D.

No. of Ph. D. students guided

No. of M. Phil students guided

Completed

Ongoing

Completed

Ongoing

Dr. V.B. Gaikwad

M.Phil./ Ph.D.

06

03

-

03

Dr. M. N. Jachak

M.Phil./ Ph.D.

05

-

-

-

Dr. R.B. Toche

M.Phil./ Ph.D.

10

06

03

01

Dr. J. S. Aher

M.Phil./ Ph.D.

03

01

-

01

Dr. S. V. Patil

M.Phil./ Ph.D.

06

02

-

-

Dr. V. J. Medhane

M.Phil./ Ph.D.

01

04

-

02

Total

31

16

03

07

  • Associated Guides:

Name of the Recognized Research Guide

M.Phil./ Ph.D.

No of Ph.D. students guided

No of M.Phil students guided

Completed

Ongoing

Completed

Ongoing

Dr. S.K. Borhade

M.Phil./ Ph.D.

-

02

-

01

Dr. S. R. Kuchekar

M.Phil./ Ph.D.

-

02

-

03

Dr.K.K.Deshmukh

M.Phil./ Ph.D.

-

-

-

01

Dr. A.V. Borhade

M.Phil./ Ph.D.

-

-

-

03

Dr. S. J. Kharat

M.Phil./ Ph.D.

-

-

-

01

Dr. S. N. Shelke

M.Phil./ Ph.D.

-

-

-

02

 

Total

-

04

-

11

19 . Publications:

Name of the Faculty

Research Papers

Total Publication

Books

Edited Book

Total Citation

H Index

Impact Factor

International

National

Proceeding

Dr. V. B. Gaikwad

32

-

-

32

-

-

734

13

2.0

Dr. M. N. Jachak

20

-

-

20

-

-

-

-

-

B.M. Padaval

-

-

-

-

01

-

-

-

-

Dr. R. B. Toche

46

-

-

46

03

-

512

13

-

Dr. J. S. Aher

16

-

-

16

03

-

-

-

-

Dr. V.J. Medhane

08

02

-

10

07

-

47

02

0.43

Dr. S. V. Patil

12

-

-

12

-

-

-

-

-

M.P. Shinde

02

-

-

02

05

-

-

-

-

D.D. Jadhav

-

-

-

-

01

-

-

-

-

Dr. S.R. Labhade

12

-

-

12

-

-

02

01

0.4

Dr. D. D. Kajale

02

-

-

02

-

-

-

-

-

Dr. N. D. Gaikwad

09

-

-

09

01

-

85

05

2.1

Dr. S. S. Gaikwad

02

-

-

02

-

-

-

-

-

Dr. R.R. Kale

20

-

-

20

01

-

276

07

-

N. K. Jadhav

01

-

-

01

-

-

-

-

-

Dr. R. B. Patil

02

-

-

02

03

-

-

-

-

P. S. Patil

03

-

-

03

-

-

-

-

-

K. A. Mahale

04

-

-

04

-

-

-

-

-

V. S. Shinde

01

-

-

01

-

-

-

-

-

G.R. Jadhav

02

-

-

02

-

-

-

-

0.5

Total

194

02

-

196

25

-

-

-

-

  • Patents Published by faculty:

One of the faculty member s Dr. R. R. Kale granted three patents as a co-inventor with IPCA Labs Ltd, Mumbai.

Name of Investigator

Registration/ Application No.

Title of the patent

Dr. R.R. Kale

Faculty Member Dept. of Chemistry

IPCA Labs Ltd, Mumbai

Research Scientist (2004-2007)

Application No-11/MUM/2005

Pub Date-2005-04-01

An improved plant friendly process for the synthesis of 2-(2,4-diflurophenyl)1,3-bis(1H-1, 2, 4-triazol-yl) propan-2-ol.

Application No-12/MUM/2005

Pub Date-2005-12-09

An improved process for the synthesis of 2-(2,4-diflurophenyl)1,3-bis(1H-1, 2, 4-triazol-yl) propan-2-ol.

Application No-1851/MUM/2006

Pub Date-2006-07-11

A new process for preparation of fenofibrate.

  • Patents Published by students

Ph.D. scholars of the Department of Chemistry granted 12 patents as a co-inventor with various Pharmaceutical Industries during pursuing Ph.D. degree

Name of Investigator

Registration/ Application No.

Title of the patent

Dr. Sunil Chavan

Co-Inventor

Research Student Nycomed Pharmaceuticals, Mumbai & Chem Bio Tech, Pune

US 2014/0088110A1

27-03-2014

Applications of fused bicyclic imidazole

Dr. Ravi Janrao

Co-Inventor

Research Student

Piramal Pharmaceuticals, Mumbai

WO2012/143874 A1

19-04-2012

A process for the preparation of morpholino sulfonyl indol derivatives

WO 2015/110999 A1

30-07-2015

EZH2 Inhibitor and uses thereof

Dr. Maruti Ghagare

Co-Inventor

Research Student

US 8633234B2

21-01-2014

Synthesis of rifaximin

Dr.Navnath Niphade

Co-Inventor

Research Student

Megafine Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd. Dindori, Nashik

US 20110319663 A1

Dec. 29, 2011

 

Method for the preparation of cinacalcet and intermediates and impurities thereof

US 8,283,470 B2,

Oct. 9, 2012

Method for the preparation of solifenacin and intermediate there of

WO2012020421A1

16-02-2012

Novel process for preparation of bosentan

WO2013121436A2

22-08-2013

A process of preparation of rivaroxaban and intermediate thereof

Dr. Valmik Aware

Co-Inventor

Ph.D. Student, Chemistry Department

Co-Inventor

Piramal Pharmaceuticals, Mumbai

WO2011104680A1

01/09/ 2011

Oxadiazole compounds, their preparation and use

WO2013175415 A1

28/11/2013

Substituted pyrimidine compounds and uses thereof

WO2015028848 A1

05/03/ 2015

Bicyclic heterocyclic compounds as multi-kinase inhibitors

WO2015162452 A1

29/10/ 2015

Substituted pyrazole compounds as cb1 receptor antagonist and uses thereof

 

20. Areas of consultancy and income generated :

Central Instrumentation Center

Rs. 25000 per annum

 

21. Faculty as members in

a ) National Committees b) International Committees c) Editorial Boards….

Name of the faculty

National /International/ Other Committee / Editorial Board

Dr. V.B. Gaikwad

Director, BCUD, S.P.P.U. Pune

Dean, Science and Technology, S.P.P.U. Pune

Member, Management Council S.P.P.U. Pune

Chairman, subcommittee to oversee the administration of Avishkar-2013 & 2016 constituted by Hon. Governor & Chancellor of Universities in the Maharashtra

Co-ordinator, University’s Nashik Sub-center, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune (2011-15)

Member, subcommittee to oversee the administration of Avishkar-2012 constituted by Hon. Governor & Chancellor of Universities in Maharashtra

Life Member, Indian Science Congress, Kolkata

B.M. Padwal

Life Member, Indian Science Congress, Kolkata

Member, Local Management Committee

Dr. R.B. Toche

Life Member, Indian Science Congress, Kolkata

BOS Member, SP Pune University, Pune

Member, All India Chemistry Teachers Association

Life Member, Marathi Vidnyan Parishad

District Co-ordinator, Olympiad Examination

Co-ordinator, Community College and B.Voc.

Academic Research Co-ordinator (ARC)

Dr. J.S. Aher

Life Member, Indian Science Congress, Kolkata

Member, Examination Committee

Administration and Coordination Committee

M. P. Shinde

Life Member, Indian Science Congress, Kolkata

College Examination Officer (CEO)

Dr. S. R. Labhade

Life Member, Indian Science Congress, Kolkata

Member, Gymkhana Committee

Member, Placement Cell

Incharge, Discipline Committee

Dr. N. D. Gaikwad

Life Member, Indian Science Congress, Kolkata

Member, Science Association

Member, Admission Committee

Member, Gymkhana Committee

Dr. S. S. Gaikwad

Life Member, Indian Science Congress, Kolkata

D. D. Jadhav

Member, Student Health Care

22 . Student projects :

a) Percentag e of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental/programme: 100% (S.Y.B.Sc.) and 30% (M.Sc.-II Year)

b) Percentag e of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/ other agencies : NIL

 

 

23 . Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students :

Name of Faculty

Award / Recognition

Year

Dr. V. B. Gaikwad

‘Girna Gaurav Award’ for outstanding work in the field of education

2012

‘Best Chemistry PG Teacher Award’ by Tata Chemical and Association, New Delhi

2011

‘Best Oral Presentation Award’ in 5th International Conference on Sensing Technology (ICST-2011) Massey University, Palmerston North, (New Zealand)

2011

‘Best Teacher Award’ Government of Maharashtra

2012

Dr. R.B. Toche

‘Best Chemistry UG Teacher Award’ by Tata Chemical and Association, New Delhi

2011

‘Prof. N. S. Narsimhan Endowment Prize’ for best Research at College level by SPPU, Pune.

2012

‘Shikshak Ratna Purskar’ by Maharashtra Rajya Patrakar Sangh,

2012

Dr. R.R. Kale

National Science Council Post-doctoral Fellowship by Academia Sinica, Taiwan.

2011

Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship, IIT-Bombay

2013

Dr. K. A. Mahale

International Young Scientist Award

2012

University Level Award for Avishkar Competition

2013

 

  • University Rank Holder Students

Year

University Rank Holders

UG/PG

Rank

2011

Kirti Dadaji Kor

UG

13

Tulika Narendra Singh

UG

23

Dhanashri Satish Zathar

UG

28

Sheetal Vitthal Mahajan

UG

58

2012

Rahul Rajendra Nisal

UG

3

Shabnam Ashok Sarkar

UG

7

2013

Dhanashree Satish Jathar

PG

5

2014

Ashwini Sham Pawar

UG

3

  • Corpus fund (Toppers Scheme) of College

Name of Student

Class

Year

Amount (Rs.)

Vinayak Bajirao Ikade

M.Sc.

2011-12

1000

Kumud Brijkishor Singh

M.Sc.

2012-13

1000

Poonam Rajaram Shinde

M.Sc.

2013-14

1000

Ghanashyam Bhausaheb Gadekar

M.Sc.

2013-14

1000

Kiran Kisan Gore

M.Sc.

2014-15

1000

Ashwini Madhukar Aher

M.Sc.

2014-15

1000

Shivani Nitin Dusane

M.Sc.

2015-16

1000

Kamlesh Ravindra Surve

M.Sc.

2015-16

1000

24 . List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department:

Name of eminent academicians and scientists

Institute

Prof. A. K. Singh

IIT, Powai, Mumbai

Dr. D.D. Bhatia

Scientist, IISc Banglore

Dr. P.R. Rajmohanan

Sr. Scientist, NCL, Pune

Dr. M.J. Kulkarni

Sr. Scientist, NCL, Pune

Dr. S.B. Mhaske

Sr. Scientist, NCL, Pune

Dr. N. P. Argade

Sr. Scientist, NCL, Pune

Prof. R. S. Kusurkar

Dept of Chemistry, SPPU Pune

Prof. S.K. Haram

Dept of Chemistry, SPPU Pune

Prof. M.S. Wadia

Dept of Chemistry, SPPU Pune

Dr. G.J. Sanjayan

Sr. Scientist, NCL, Pune

Prof. G.K. Lahiri

Dept of Chemistry, IIT, Mumbai

Prof. K.P. Kaliappan

Dept of Chemistry, IIT, Mumbai

Prof. Anidya Datta

Dept. of Chemistry, IIT, Mumbai

Prof. S.J. Gharpure

Dept. of Chemistry, IIT, Mumbai

Prof. A.A. Natu,

Dept of Chemistry, ISSER, Pune

Prof. A.K. Singh

Dept of Chemistry, IIT, Powai, Mumbai

Prof. S.D. Sawant,

Dept of Chemistry, ICT, Matunga, Mumbai

Prof. N. Sekar

Dept of Chemistry, ICT, Matunga, Mumbai

Prof. V.N. Tilvekar

Dept of Chemistry, ICT, Matunga, Mumbai

Prof. V.S. Shinde

Dept. Chemistry, SPPU, Pune

Dr. Ajit Datar

Shimdzu, Mumbai

Dr. V.T. Matthad

Megafine, PVT. LTD, Dindori

Dr.S.S. Jadhav

Dean, Faculty of Science, SPPU, Pune

Dr. S.R.Kuchekar

HOD Chemistry, PVP College, Loni

Dr. G.Y. Rohakale

Associate Professor, Rahuri College, Rahuri

25 . Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding

Title of Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops

Funding Agency

Year

Sanction Amount (Rs.)

Workshop on Advance Spectroscopic Technique in Collaboration with H.P.T & R.Y.K. College, Nashik

IAS, Banglore,

NAS, New Delhi,

ISA, Allahabad

2013

200000

Advances and Opportunities in Chemical Sciences

Royal Society of Chemistry, Western India section

2012

75000

One day Workshop on Revision of S.Y.B.Sc. Chemistry Syllabus

BCUD SPPU Pune

2013

10000

National Workshop on Analytical Instrument Techniques

Shimadzu Analytical (India) PVT LTD, Mumbai

2012

50000

Overview on Analytical Instrumentation

BSR Technology, Nashik

2016

75000

Chemistry Awareness Programme

HRDC, Pune

2013

100000

Faculty Development Programme in Chemistry

HRDC, Pune

2011

100000

 

26 . Student profile programme/course wise:

 

Name of the Course/programme

Applications

Received

 

Selected

Enrolled

Pass percentage

*M

*F

UG

UG:2011-12

101

101

25

76

54.45

UG:2012-13

116

116

44

72

45.61

UG:2013-14

96

96

35

61

51.04

UG:2014-15

119

119

33

86

56.41

UG:2015-16

106

106

44

62

59.00

UG:2016-17

127

127

48

79

RA*

PG

PG:2011-12

304

48

28

20

70.00

PG:2012-13

220

48

24

24

66.66

PG:2013-14

284

48

22

26

100

PG:2014-15

276

60

29

31

70.00

PG:2015-16

320

60

27

33

86.66

PG:2016-17

198

72

25

47

RA*

*M = Male *F = Female *RA = Result Awaited

27 . Diversity of Students :

Name of the

Course

% of students from the same state

% of students from other States

% of students from abroad

UG

100%

-

-

PG

100%

-

-

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

Examination

NET

SLET

GATE

Other

Students

14

12

02

18

 

  • Students secure admission in National Institutes for Ph.D.

Name of Students

National Institute

Rahul Nisal

IISER, Pune

Moreshwar Chaudhari

IISER, Pune

29 . Student progression :

Student progression

Against % enrolled

UG to PG

27 %

PG to Ph.D.

7 %

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral

-

Employed

• Campus selection

• Other than campus recruitment

25-30 %

50-60 %

Entrepreneurship/Self-employment

5-8 %

30 . Details of Infrastructural facilities:

Departmental Library:

No. of Books: 320

No of Journals: 05

Internet facilities for Staff & Students:

17 Computers with internet connectivity

Classrooms with ICT facility

04 Classrooms

01 Smart Board

Computer Laboratories with Networking Center

09 Computers with internet connectivity

Laboratories:

09 Laboratories for UG/PG

Research Laboratories

4 Research laboratories equipped with Rotary evaporators, Flash chromatography, Magnetic stirrers, Parallel synthesizer, Hot plates & Instruments.

Central Instrumentation Centre

Sophisticated Analytical Instruments: 02 HPLC, GC-MS, AAS, 02 FT-IR, UV-Vis. Spectrophotometer, Spectrofluorometer, TG-DTA, Surface Area Analyzer.

31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, Government or other agencies:

· Manasi Sanjay Shinde received Rs. 5000 from Corpus fund (Social and Economical welfare programme) of College.

· Financial Assistance Received by students

Name of the Students

Amount Received per month (Rs.)

Year

Agency

Ganesh B. Deshmukh

19500

2011-15

CSIR-JRF

Nilesh S. Patil

19500

2011-15

CSIR-JRF

Sandeep R. Patil

14800

2011-13

DST Project Fellow

Kiran S. Gosavi

19500

2011-15

UGC-JRF

Srikant B. Kanawade

17200

2009-13

CSIR-SRF Project Fellow

Prashant S.Nikam

17200

2009-12

CSIR-SRF Project Fellow

Someshwar Deshmukh

17200

2012-14

CSIR-SRF Project Fellow

Akil C. Inamdar

19500

2010-11

CSIR-JRF

Sachin A. Gangurde

19500

2010-14

CSIR-JRF

Kunal M. Dingore

17200

2014-16

CSIR-SRF Project Fellow

Keshav A. Mahale

16800

2011-13

UGC-Project Fellow

Ghanashyam R. Jadhav

16800

2011-14

UGC-Project Fellow

Revan D. Nikam

8000

2009-11

UGC-Project Fellow

Jagdish N. Ghotekar

8000

2010-11

UGC-Project Fellow

Sonali M. Thakur

3000

2013-14

BCUD, SPPU

Shivraj P. Patil

8000

2009-12

UGC Project Fellow

Keshav A. Mahale

6000

2012-13

BCUD, SPPU

Vasant M. Patil

3000

2014-16

BCUD, SPPU

Pankaj B. Aware

3000

2014-16

BCUD, SPPU

Poonam S. Patil

3000

2014-16

BCUD, SPPU

Rahul A. Watpade

6000

2015-17

BCUD, SPPU

Deepti Sonawane

5000

2012-15

DST-INSPIRE

Monica Shewale

5000

2012-15

DST-INSPIRE

Satish M. Chavan

UGC - Teacher Fellow

2014-17

UGC, New Delhi

Rajendra P. Patil

UGC - Teacher Fellow

2015-17

UGC, New Delhi

  • Students Completed two months Summer Projects in National Laboratories

Name of Students

Year

Institute

Kalyani M. Mahale

2015-16

National Chemical Laboratory, Pune

Darshana D. Salve

2015-16

National Chemical Laboratory, Pune

Pooja A. Watpade

2015-16

National Chemical Laboratory, Pune

Rupesh Bacchav

2014-15

Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati

Monica Shewale

2014-15

National Chemical Laboratory, Pune

Deepti Sonawane

2014-15

National Chemical Laboratory, Pune

  • Financial Assistance Received by students from S.P. Pune University

Name of Scholarship

Year

UG/PG

Total students

Amount Received (Rs.)

Krantijyoti Savitribai Phule

Scholarship

2013-14

UG

01

5000

2013-14

PG

03

5000

2014-15

UG

02

5000

2015-16

UG

01

5000

2016-17

PG

02

5000

Gunvant Scholarship

2013-14

UG

05

12000

2013-14

PG

02

18000

2014-15

UG

05

12000

2014-15

PG

02

18000

2015-16

UG

14

12000

2015-16

PG

03

18000

2016-17

UG

09

12000

2016-17

PG

04

18000

Rajashri Shahu Maharaj

Scholarship

2013-14

UG

01

12000

2013-14

PG

04

18000

2015-16

UG

03

12000

2015-16

PG

03

18000

2016-17

UG

03

12000

2016-17

PG

02

18000

Aarthik Durbal Ghatak Scholarship

2013-14

UG

01

6000

2015-16

UG

03

3000

2015-16

PG

03

6000

2016-17

UG

01

3000

2016-17

PG

03

6000

  • Financial Assistance Received by students from Mahindra Finance Limited

Name of the Students

Year

Amount Received (Rs.)

Ganesh Pandurang Mahale

2015-16

10000

Suvarna Sakharam Gode

2015-16

10000

Priya Dilip Ugale

2015-16

10000

Shubhangi Bhimrao Andhale

2016-17

10000

Pooja Raju Chavan

2016-17

10000

Anjali Lahu Gaikwad

2016-17

10000

Kalyani Ramesh Gare

2016-17

10000

Priyanka Kailas Gosavi

2016-17

10000

Swati Uttam Kahandal

2016-17

10000

Pooja Namdevrao Kuyate

2016-17

10000

Dipali Jayram Mate

2016-17

10000

Ashwini Ashok Nagpure

2016-17

10000

Shobha Fulsing Rathod

2016-17

10000

Vaishali Ashok Rayate

2016-17

10000

Ravina Santu Sarankar

2016-17

10000

Anjali Prakash Shinde

2016-17

10000

Ruchita Anand Singh

2016-17

10000

Jayashri Narayan Thakur

2016-17

10000

Shekhar Bhausaheb Thorat

2016-17

10000

 

 

32 . Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with external experts:

Dates

Title/Type of Programme

Names of Resource Person(s) (External)

Number of Beneficiaries

10/02/2012

Intellectual Property Rights

Dr. V.T. Matthad

45

20/08/2012

Instrumentation of GC-MS, FTIR, HPLC

Dr. Ajit Datar

54

15/09/2012

Reagents in Organic Synthesis

Dr. Anand S. Burange

81

16/09/2012

2D-NMR Spectroscopy

Dr.V. D. Bobade

28

22/10/2012

Synthetic Organic Chemistry

Dr. Jagannath Lamture

59

03/02/2013

Basics of NMR Spectroscopy

Prof. Dr. D.D. Dhavale

42

17/01/2015

Photo-control Functions of Biomolecules

Dr. A.K. Singh

113

19/03/2015

Job opportunities in Marketing

Mr. Yogesh Domade

57

08/08/2015

Careers in DRDO

Dr. P. P. Wadhe

99

08/09/2015

Opportunities in Pharmaceutical industries

Ms. Sayali Patil

68

09/01/2016

Challenges and Opportunities in Chemical Sciences

Dr. A. K. Singh

76

  • Seminar /workshop organized :

Title of Seminars/ Conferences/

Workshops

Funding Agency

Dates

Number of Beneficiaries

National workshop on ‘Analytical Instrument Techniques’

Shimadzu Analytical (India) Pvt LTD, Mumbai

20-21 Aug. 2012

98

Advances & Opportunities in Chemical Sciences

RSC, Western India section

12th Oct. 2012

250

Workshop on ‘Advance Spectroscopic Technique’

BCUD SSPU Pune

2- 3 Feb. 2013

190

Chemistry Awareness Programme

HRDC, Pune

5-10 Aug. 2013

38

Overview on Analytical Instrumentation

BSR Technology, Nashik

13th Aug. 2016

35

33 . Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning

 

  • Special Guest Lectures

· Use of Flow Chart, Rolling Chart

· Interactive Teaching-learning Tools

  • Stereochemistry Models
  • Ionic Solid Models
  • Use of LCD Projectors

· Demonstration of Instruments

  • Chem-office Software
  • Gaussian Software

· University and College Chemiad Examination

  • Paper Models

· Microscale Techniques for Practicals

· Laboratory Demonstrations

· Question Raising and Solving

  • Hands-on Training on Instruments

· Research training through projects

 

 

34 . Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities

 

· Green chemistry experiments for UG and PG practicals

· Use of microscale techniques to reduce the use of chemicals

· Students were guided about social value and responsibility towards society on the occasion of a teacher’s day.

· Ozone Day and Yuva Day were celebrated by students.

  • Urjabachao Saptah was celebrated by department. All students were asked to read the prayer about Urja Bachao.

· Every year all M.Sc. students visit to the forensic laboratory to educate them about analytical techniques in forensic science.

· Industrial visits for M.Sc. students organized in every year.

· Third year students are trained every year to demonstrate experiments to eradicate superstition in school students and Ashram Shala students in tribal area.

35 . SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans

Ø Strength

· Central Instrumentation Center facility available in college with sophisticated analytical instruments such as HPLC, GC-MS, FT-IR, UV-Visible Spectrophotometer, AAS, TG-DTA, BET Surface Area Analyzer etc.

· Four research laboratories with well equipped research infrastructure

· Computer lab with Networking Centre

· Departmental library with sufficient books and references

· Good Number of NET/SLET Qualifying students and placements

Ø Weakness

· No exchange programme yet, but department is trying for the same

· No incubation of strong research due to limited number of collaborations with reputed industries

Ø Opportunities

· Advancement in Scientific Research

· Collaboration with Academia and Industries of international repute

· To develop social awareness in students in perspective of chemical science.

  • To prepare students for IIT, IISER, NCL and other reputed institutes.
  • To commence more skill development programme in the subject.

Ø Challenges

· To increase high scientific temper among students.

· To link up the teaching learning process with the need of industries

· To cultivate and initiate students to perceive higher education at international repute.

· Faculties are looking forward to collaborating with academia and industries

· To increase campus placement for the students for various academic and industrial organization.

Ø Future plan

· To start the modern research facility to initiate the collaborative research with reputed industries.

· To initiate the student exchange programme with the National / International Institute.

· To start the interdisciplinary courses

· To start the incubation center on campus.

 

 

 

 

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