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.)

Environment Science Profile

 

1. Name of the Department : Environmental Science

 

2 . Year of Establishment: 2005

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.

M.Phil., Ph.D.

Additional 10 credit courses for PG students

  • Human Rights and Value Education
  • Internet Cyber Security
  • Skill Development: Renewable Energy

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

 

Name of Department

Courses

Chemistry

Environmental Chemistry

Geography

Environmental Geosciences, Remote Sensing and GIS

Statistics

Environmental Biostatistics

5 . Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise)

 

Annual

Semester

Credit system

F.Y.B.Sc.

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

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

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

 

Name of Department

Courses

Biotechnology

Environmental Impact Assessment

Geography

Disaster Management

MJMC

Environmental Journalism

Nano Technology Nano Science

Applications of Nano Technology in Environmental Science

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

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

9 . Number of teaching posts:

 

Sanctioned

Filled

Teaching Posts

06

05

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

 

Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

No. of Years of

Experience

Dr. P.M. Nalawade

M.Sc. SET, Ph.D.

Assistant Prof.

Wastewater Engineering

07

P.R. Ingle

M.Sc. SET,NET

Assistant Prof.

EIA, ENV Law

08

J.R. Chavan

M.Sc. SET

Assistant Prof.

Environmental Science

02

A.B. Kadam

M.Sc. SET

Assistant Prof.

Environmental Science

01

V.R. Wagh

M.Sc.

Assistant Prof.

Environmental Science

02

11 . List of senior visiting/Contributory faculty

Name Contributory faculty

Designation

Area of Research/Expertise

Dr. B.L. Gadakh

Asst. Professor

Environmental Geosciences

M.S. Salodkar

Asst. Professor

Environmental Statistics

R.R. Mishra

Asst. Professor

Remote Sensing and GIS

Dr. R.P. Patil

Asst. Professor

Environmental Chemistry

A.D. Khalkar

Asst. Professor

Environmental Chemistry

 

  • List of Visiting Faculty

Name

Designation

Area of Research/Expertise

V.A. Handore

Advocate

Environmental Law

N.A. Patil

Asst. Professor

Environmental Biology

Dr. Aparna Pharande

Director, AEC

Instrumental Techniques

Dr Anil Shimpi

Manager, Ashoka Buildcon

Green House Gas emission

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.

67

28

22

32.83

17

25.37

M.Sc.

53

20

25

46.15

08

15.38

13 . Student -Teacher Ratio (Programme Wise):

 

Level

Class

Number of teachers

Student –Teacher Ratio

UG

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

(51/4+23/3+13) = 60

05

07:1

PG

M.Sc Students Strength

(Part-I+ Part-II) (22+21)=43

05

05:1

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

 

Number of Support Staff (Lab Assistant and Lab Attendant)

 

Sanctioned

Filled

Lab Attendants

02

02

15 . Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG.

 

Qualifications of teaching faculty

Ph.D.

M. Phil.

PG with SLET/NET

PG

01

-

04

1

Note: Some of the 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: NIL

17 . Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT & total grants received:

Name of the faculty

Title of Project

Name of funding agency

Grant received (Rs)

Status (Minor/ Major)

Dr. P.M. Nalawade

Coal fly ash as mesoporous filters: a low cost remediation technology for production of nutrient free sewage water

BCUD 2012-14

220000

Minor

 

18 . Research Centre /facility recognized by the University:

  • 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.

08

-

-

-

Dr. S.N. Patil

M.Phil./ Ph.D

-

03

-

-

Dr. R.S. Saler

M.Phil./Ph.D

03

03

01

-

Dr. V.B. Kadam

M.Phil./Ph.D

-

02

-

-

Dr. A.D. Bholay

M.Phil./Ph.D

-

-

04

-

Dr. P.M. Nalawade

M.Phil/Ph.D.

-

03

02

01

 

  • Associated Research 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. M.S. Shindikar

M.Phil./Ph.D

01

01

01

-

Dr. S.R. Kuchekar

M.Phil./Ph.D

02

-

-

-

Dr. B.S. Yadav

M.Phil./Ph.D

01

-

-

-

Dr. S.S. Ghumare

M.Phil.

-

-

-

-

 

19 . Publications:

 

Name of the Faculty

Research Papers

Total Publication

Books

Edited Book

Total Citation

H Index

Impact Factor

International

National

Proceeding

Dr. P.M. Nalawade

08

04

-

12

-

-

103

4

0.6

J.R. Chavan

-

03

-

03

-

-

3

1

0.1

R.B. Patil*

04

-

-

04

-

-

1

1

-

S.S. Gangale*

01

-

-

01

-

-

-

-

-

A.A. Deshmukh

-

02

-

02

-

-

3

1

0.1

S.B. Kanade*

01

-

-

01

-

-

-

-

-

Aparna Borawake*

02

-

-

02

-

-

-

-

-

Total

16

09

-

25

-

-

-

-

-

*Students Paper

20. Areas of consultancy and income generated:

· Water and Soil Analysis through Department of Agricultural, Govt. of Maharashtra Recognized Laboratory.

 

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. P.M. Nalawade

Member, District Level Environmental Appraisal Committee formed by MoEF, New Delhi

Editor, Journal of Basic Sciences, Nashik.

Member, Indian Science Congress Association, Kolkatta

Member, Internal Quality Assurance Cell

Member, Placement Cell

 

22 . Student projects:

a) Percentag e of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental/programme: 80%

b) Percentag e of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/ other agencies: 20%

23 . Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students:

  • University Rank Holder Students

Year

University Rank Holders

UG/PG

Rank

2013

Nitin Abaji Patil

PG

9

2014 Shinde Neha Shashikant PG 6
  Shah Beejal Pyuish PG 7

2015

Vishakha Rajendra Wagh

PG

5

Munagali Shikha

PG

8

  • Corpus fund ( Toppers Scheme) of College

 

Name of Student

Class

Year

Amount

Jagruti Ramnath Chavan

M.Sc.

2011-12

1000/-

Neha Shashikant Shinde

M.Sc.

2012-13

1000/-

Shikha Mungali

M.Sc.

2013-14

1000/-

Vishakha Rajendra Wagh

M.Sc.

2013-14

1000/-

Amreen Aman Shaikh

M.Sc.

2014-15

1000/-

Chetan Ashokrao Patil

M.Sc.

2015-16

1000/-

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

  • Prof. Dr. D.C. Meshram, Department of Geology, SPPU, Pune
  • Mr. Madhav Gogate, Chief Conservator of Forest, Forest Department.
  • Prof. Dr. S.N. Patil, Department of Geology, North Maharashtra Uni, Jalgaon
  • Dr. Aparna Pharande, Director, Ashwamesh Engi. and Consultant, Nashik
  • Dr. Navendu Chaudhary, Dept. of Geoinformatics,Symbiosis College,Pune
  • Mr. Sandip Patil, Founder and Head Management ANS Geospatial Ltd. Pune.
  • Prof. M. B. Mule, Head, Department of Environmental Science, Dr. B.A.M. University, Aurangabad

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

 

Title of Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops

Funding Agency

Year

Sanctioned Amount

State level Seminar on “Application of RS and GIS in Environment Management-2012”

BCUD

2012

60000

Regional Academic Research Coordinators Meet - 2017 (Workshop) 28 September 2017 SPP University, Pune 2017 50000
Sate Level Conference on Smart City: Sustainable Development Perspectives in collaboration with Dept of Geography QIP, SPP University, Pune 2019 100000

 

26 . Student profile programme/course wise:

 

Name of the Course/programme

Applications

received

Selected

Enrolled

Pass percentage

*M

*F

UG

UG:2015-16

10

10

-

10

100 %

UG:2016-17

13

13

7

6

RA*

UG: 2017-18 05 05 04 01 100%

PG

PG:2011-12

18

14

7

7

91.67 %

PG:2012-13

26

16

4

12

81.82 %

PG:2013-14

30

22

6

16

76.47 %

PG:2014-15

24

16

3

13

90.90 %

PG:2015-16

32

22

7

15

93.75 %

PG:2016-17

45

23

09

14

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

95 %

5 %

-

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

 

Examination

SLET

Other

Students

07

03

29 . Student progression:

 

Student progression

Against % enrolled

UG to PG

50 %

PG to M.Phil.

20 %

PG to Ph.D.

10 %

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral

-

Employed

• Campus selection

• Other than campus recruitment

-

45 %

Entrepreneurship/Self-employment

20-30 %

 

30 . Details of Infrastructural facilities:

 

a) Departmental Library:

130 Books

b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students:

2 Nodes

c) Class rooms with ICT facility

01 Classroom with Smart Board

d) Laboratories:

01 UG/PG Laboratories

01 Research Laboratory

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

  • 2011-2013: Miss Jayashri Khute : Received Rs. 20000 per year during M.Sc. course by Adarsh sanstha, Niphad in the year 2013-14
  • Financial Assistance Received by students

Name of the Students

Amount Received per month

Year

Agency

A.K. Sidhu

16000

2011-13

CSIR- JRF

A.K. Sidhu

25000

2013-16

CSIR- SRF

Jagruti Chavan

6000

2015-17

SPPU Pune

Archana Bagul

6000

2015-17

SPPU Pune

  • Scholarships received by students under different schemes by SPPU, Pune.

 

Name of Student

Scholarship

Year

Amount

Neha Shashikant Shinde

Gunawant Shishyavruti

2013-14

18000

Sayali Kulkarni Rajarshi Sahu Maharaj 2017 - 18 12000
Arti Hemant Thombre Mahindra and Mahindra 2017-18 10000

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

33 . Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning Group Discussion:

· Field Visit for onsite experience

  • GPS Surveying
  • Students Seminar
  • Power point presentation

· E- learning Interactive teaching methodology

  • Classroom discussions
  • Lab Demonstrations
  • Providing course materials
  • Revision of Practical’s
  • Group Discussion
  • Hands on trainings of available instruments
  • One month implant training
  • Students Project
  • Special Guest lectures

 

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

  • Students are participated in water and air quality monitoring programme MPCB Regional Laboratory, Nashik during Kumbhmela.
  • Participated in environmental Awareness Programme organized by Mahindra and Mahindra on the occasion of Foundation Day
  • Consultation and Recommendation to the Farmers about use of Fertilizer under Soil and Water testing Laboratory
  • Participation in Vasundhara Film Festival.
  • Participated in Godavari Swachata Abhiyan organized by MVP Samaj, Nashik
  • Celebration of ‘World Ozone Day’ through departmental ‘Green Vision Club’
  • For on field study and survey department students visited to Sewage Treatment Plant, Nashik, Nandur Madhameshwar Bird Sanctuary, Anjeneri Hill, Dugarwadi Water fall, Gargoti Mineral Museum, Solid Waste Dumping Ground etc.

35 . SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans

Ø Strength

  • Active Participation of Students in Competitive Examination.
  • Well Equipped Laboratory.
  • Efficient and Adequate Staff
  • Field Oriented Activities

Ø Weakness

  • Limited research facilities

Ø Opportunities

  • Advance Training Programme for Staff
  • Organization of National and International Conference
  • Strengthen Research Laboratory
  • The Consultancy Services can be developed more Collaboration with other institutes, NGOs, etc.

Ø Challenge:

  •  To attract more students to study Environmental Science.

Ø Future Plans

  • Submit Proposals for Research Findings
  • To enhance research methodology and its application to motivate students and faculty to publish research papers.
  • To arrange Lectures of Eminent scientist and entrepreneurs
  • To guide the students for NET/ SET exams.
  • To initiate professional consultancy services
 

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