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.)

Psychology Profile

 

1. Name of the Department : Psychology

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

Other

B.A

M.A.

Additional 10 credit courses for PG students

  • Human Rights and Value Education
  • Internet Cyber Security
  • Skill Development: Yoga therapy

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

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

Annual

Semester

Credit system

B.A.

M.A.

M.A.

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

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

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

9 . Number of teaching posts:

 

Sanctioned

Filled

Teaching Posts

06

04

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

Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

No. of Years of

Experience

R. C. Pawar

M.A., B.Ed., SET, DLL & LW

Assistant Prof.

Industrial Psychology

07 Years

S. B. Pawar

M.A., B.Ed., M.Phil.

Assistant Prof.

Clinical Psychology

09 Years

S. S. Kshirsagar

M.A., B.Ed., SET

Assistant Prof.

Clinical Psychology

05 Years

M.R. Chaudhari

M.A., NET

Assistant Prof.

Clinical Psychology

01 Years

11 . List of senior visiting faculty:

Name

Designation

Area of Research/Expertise

Patil S.S.

Assistant Prof.

Clinical Psychology

Amol Kulkarni

Psychologist

Counseling Psychology

Deshmukh Narendra

Assistant Prof.

Clinical Psychology

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.A

57

20

12

21

25

43

M.A.

64

28

12

21

16

25

13 . Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise)

Level

Class

Number of teachers

Student:Teacher Ratio

UG

B.A. Students Strength (FY+SY+TY)/7

(815+88+72)= 975/7 =139

02

69:1

PG

M.A/M.Sc Students Strength

(Part-I+ Part-II) (23+17)=40

02

20:1

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

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

03

04

Note: Some M.Phil. 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, ICSSR, etc. & total grants received: NIL

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

19 . Publications:

Name of the Faculty

Research Papers

Total Publication

Books

Edited Book

Total Citation

H Index

Impact Factor

International

National

Proceeding

Pawar R.C.

02

01

-

03

-

02

-

-

-

Pawar S.B.

01

-

-

01

-

-

-

-

-

Khirsagar S. S.

05

-

01

06

01

01

-

-

-

Total

08

01

01

10

01

03

-

-

-

20. Areas of consultancy and income generated:

Consultant and trainer at Govt. of Maharashtra, Health Services, Health and Family Welfare Training Centre, Nashik for training programmes proposed by Maharashtra State AIDS Control Society (MSACS).

21. Faculty as members in

a ) National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial Board:

Name of the faculty

National /International/ Other Committee / Editorial Board

R. C. Pawar

Member, Admission Committee

Member, IQAC

Chairman, Counseling Cell

S.S. Kshirsagar

Member, Counseling Cell

 

Member, Admission Committee

22 . Student projects:

a) Percentag e of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental/programme: 100% (M.A. & T.Y.B.A.)

b) Percentage 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:

  • University Rank Holder Student

Year

Sr.No

University Rank Holder

UG/PG

Rank

2015-16

1

Shindekar Vaidehi D.

UG

45

2

Khode Megha S.

UG

99

2014-15

3

Bendkoli Madhuri M.

PG

06

2013-14

4

Kasar Harshali R.

UG

31

5

Barve Janardan P.

UG

55

6

Gaikwad Neha V.

UG

88

7

Patole Rohini K.

PG

03

2012-13

8

Chitamani Vivek G.

UG

11

9

Bandawane Shital N.

UG

76

10

Pawar Vaishali B.

UG

87

11

Shirsath Nishigandha A.

UG

97

12

Gangurde Amruta P.

UG

43

2011-12

13

Misal Mamta D.

UG

12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Corpus fund ( Toppers Scheme) of College

Name of Student

Class

Year

Amount in Rs.

Vaishali Arvind Ugale

M.A.

2011-12

1000

Patole Rohini K.

M.A.

2012-13

1000

Manju Nandu Pagare

M.A.

2013-14

1000

Neha Vilas Gaikwad

M.A.

2014-15

1000

Pooja Ravindra Kodilkar

M.A.

2015-16

1000

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

  • Dr. P.V. Rasal (BOS Chairman, Psychology, Coordinator Faculty of Mental Moral and Social Sciences)
  • Dr. B. R. Shejwal (Head, Dept of Psychology, SPPU, Pune)
  • Dr. M. A. Bhardwaj (Vice Principal, LVH College, Nashik)
  • Miss Nivedita Madane (Columnist for ‘Loksatta’ Newspaper, Freelancer for ‘Lokrajya’ Magazine, Govt. of Maharashtra)
  • Dr. Shailendra Gaikwad (Renowned Hypnotist, Gaikwad Hypnosis Centre),
  • Dr. Narendra Deshmukh, (MSG College, Malegaon)
  • Smt. Aditi Joshi (Consulting Clinical Psychologist, RCI registered, Senior Clinical Psychologist, ‘CONNECT’ Academy, Nashik),
  • Dr. A.M Bachhav (Research Centre Head, LVH College, Nashik)
  • Dr. Rohini Patole (Gynaecologist & Counsellor, Nashik)
  • Shri Shantanu Gune (Motivational Speaker & Life Coach,Nashik)
  • Dr. C. O. Badgujar (Head, Dept, of Psychology HPT College, Nashik)

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

Title of Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops

Funding Agency

Year

Sanctioned Amount in Rs.

National seminar organized by Dept of Psychology, Journalism and Political science

BCUD, SPPU, Pune

2015-16

200000

Anti-Corruption : Reality and Prospectives

BCUD, SPPU, Pune

2011-12

60000

26 . Student profile programme/course wise:

Name of the Course/programme

Applications

received

 

Selected

Enrolled

Pass percentage

*M

*F

UG

UG:2011-12

63

63

06

57

95.67%

UG:2012-13

49

49

11

38

96.05%

UG:2013-14

36

36

07

29

94.73%

UG:2014-15

50

50

25

25

85.71%

UG:2015-16

27

27

07

20

98.71%

UG:2016-17

43

43

11

32

91.3%

PG

PG:2011-12

54

18

03

15

75.00%

PG:2012-13

65

23

03

20

76.92%

PG:2013-14

63

19

04

15

78.95%

PG:2014-15

36

22

06

16

100.0%

PG:2015-16

43

18

02

16

93.34%

PG:2016-17

43

24

07

17

100%

*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

Other

Students

-

-

11

29 . Student progression

Student progression

Against % enrolled

UG to PG

30%

PG to M.Phil.

1%

PG to Ph.D.

1%

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral

-

Employed

• Campus selection

• Other than campus recruitment

15%

Entrepreneurship/Self-employment

20-30%

30 . Details of Infrastructural facilities

Sr.No.

Particulars

No. of Items

1

Computer

01

2

Printer

01

3

Cubicle

08

4

Classroom

04

5

Laboratory

01

6

Central Library

879

7

Departmental Library Books

124

8

Apparatus

35

9

Psychological Test

78

10

Journal (Linked to Jayakar library of SPPU and Inflibnet

E-Journals

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

· Rameshwar Barbade : Concession in fees for student under poor boys fund (Rs. 30,000).

· Five to Seven students of the department work under Earn and Learn each year.

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

Name of Student

Scholarship

Year

Amount in Rs.

Kodilkar Pooja

Gunawant Shishyavruti

2013-14

12000

Solse Monali Vasant

Rajashri Shahu Maharaj

2013-14

12000

Barbade Rameshwar K.

Arthik Durbal Ghatak

2015-16

6000

Barve Janardan P.

Rajashri Shahu Maharaj

2015-16

18000

Kamankar Priyanka P.

Gunawant Shishyavruti

2016-17

18000

Bhamre Ashwini Laxman

Krantijyoti Savitribai Phule

2016-17

5000

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

Year

Title/Type of Programme

Names of Resource Person(s) (External)

2012-13

Psychopathology

Dr. M. A. Bhardwaj

2012-13

Research Design

Dr. Narendra Deshmukh

2012-13

Performa of Case Study

Mrs. Aditi Joshi

2012-13

Hypnotism

Dr. Shailendra Gaikwad

2013-14

World Mental Health Day Lecture

Swati Pawar

2015-16

World Mental Health Day Lecture

Mukul Chaudhari

2016-17

Aids Day

S.S. Kshirsagar

  • Seminar /workshop organized

Title of Seminars/ Conferences/

Workshops

Funding Agency

Dates

No. of Beneficiary

National seminar organized by Dept of Psychology, Journalism and Political science

BCUD, SPPU, Pune

8 and 9 Jan 2016

65

Anti-Corruption : Reality and Perspectives

BCUD, SPPU, Pune

9 and 10 March 2011

48

33 . Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning

  • Field visit to Special schools, Remand homes, Aadhaar ashram
  • Screening films and documentaries as a pedagogical tool
  • Group discussions and debates
  • Research Projects to the students
  • PPT presentations
  • Computer based activities

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

Student visit remand home and old age home and offer useful services.

35 . SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans

Ø Strength

· Receptive and non-threatening classroom environment.

· Bridge courses

· Counseling center

Ø Weakness

· Research activities

· No add-on courses

Ø Opportunities

· To upgrade hands on skills learning for professional prospects

· Counseling services can be extended to the needy sections of the society

Ø Challenges

· To make available more research material

· To develop personality traits needed to transform students into effective counselors

Ø Future plan

· To organize an International and National level seminar/conference.

· To establish Recognized Research Centre.

 

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