Science

Admission Procedure (Science)

Admission to the First Year B.Sc. classes will be subject to the availability of seats in the college and as per directions and guidelines issued by the University of Pune. The college or the Management does not accept any donations or capitation fees for admission.

A candidate for being eligible for admission to the three-year integrated course leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Science must have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (S.Y.J.C.) Examination conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary or an equivalent examination in Arts, Science or Commerce streams.

No admission shall be regarded as duly granted unless it is granted by the authority of the Principal and the necessary fees have been paid.

Departments of English

Introduction

The process of change is gradual in its every aspect. It is even potentially true in case of tribal area. The department of English since its inception teaches English as a compulsory subject. Most of the students are below average. They come to college with the attitude that English is a difficult subject. In such an educational context, the prime objective of the department has to be to generate awareness among the tribal students about the importance of English. The department with the objective to carve zeal to study English in students and be in the ever flowing stream of knowledge and opportunities is hopeful about starting teaching English at special level.

Vision & Mission:

'Bahujan Hitay Bahujan Sukhay' the motto envisioned by Late Bhausaheb Hiray inspires us to reach out to the underprivileged sections of the society.

The department strives to reach out to the underprivileged tribal youth to bring it in the mainstream of higher education.

To identify the needs and problems of their community and involve themselves in the problem solving process

Goals of the Department:

To help tribal students overcome fear of learning English language.

To attract more students to learn English.

To create interest among students to learn English.

Facilities:

A computer with internet connection

A well-furnished department.

Faculty

• Prof. A. D. Baviskar

Assistant professor of English


Departments of Botany

Vision & Mission:

Strive for understanding the diversified facets of plant science motivating young talents and society to unravel the prime role of plants in evolution and synergy of nature. The mission of the Botany Department is to provide its students with an education that establishes a strong foundation and appreciation for understanding the development in the rapidly advancing field of Plant Science and Technology, to develop technical and critical thinking skills necessary for success in the field, to foster ethical behaviour, and to promote outreach.

Goals of the Department:

Strive for understanding the diversified facets of plant science motivating young talents and society to unravel the prime role of plants in evolution and synergy of nature. The mission of the Botany Department is to provide its students with an education that establishes a strong foundation and appreciation for understanding the development in the rapidly advancing field of Plant Science and Technology, to develop technical and critical thinking skills necessary for success in the field, to foster ethical behaviour, and to promote outreach.

To achieve academic excellence in basic and applied aspects of plant sciences.

To impart basic and advanced education to students through teaching, learning, research and evaluation.

To motivate the students to undertake research in basic and applied thrust areas of plant sciences.

To inculcate scientific awareness towards protecting diversity and eco-environmental management of plant resources for sustainable development.

To inspire the students towards better understanding and use of IT/Computer oriented interphase.

To develop human resource in Botany.

To carry out need based Research.

To develop eco-friendly and economically viable technology.

To develop technologies for rural and tribal people of the region.

To transfer technology from lab to field.

Facilities:

1) Air Sampler System (Complete Kit LA 002)

2) Arc Indicator (Big size metal)

3) Two Portable Autoclave (30x23 cm S.T. Medica # 7407)

4) Camera Lucida (Mirror type)

5) Centrifuge (Medico 4x15 ml Remi C-852)

6) Compound Microscope (Acculab SSA-16)7) Computer Set with Printer, Scanner & Internet facility

7) Computer Set with Printer, Scanner & Internet facility

8) Copper Calorimeter

9) Digital Balance (one pan Phoenix Gold-300P)

10) Digital PH Meter (Battery/main operated, Equip. EQ-615)

11) Dissecting Microscope (Heavy Acculab SSA-11)

12) Ganong's Photometer13) Incubator (Microbiological PEW-205)

13) Incubator (Microbiological PEW-205)

14) Lux Meter

15) Rotary Shaker

16) Sterilization Chamber (Fluorescent/UV)

17) Water Bath (6 holes single wall SS Besto 8636A)

Faculty

Prof. Dr. Devidas G. Kapadnis

HOD & Associate Professor

Area Of Interest : Angiosperms

Prof. Sagar D. PalweArea Of Interest:Plant Biotechnology

Associate Professor

Area Of Interest:Plant Biotechnology

Dr. S. S. Harane

Asst. Professor


Departments of Chemistry

Vision & Mission:

The aim of the department is to provide quality education to the youngsters so that they can contribute in the development of the nation. Our aim is not only gives theoretical knowledge but also provide the students, exposure to the developing society so that they can build their future in a better way.

In support of our mission the Chemistry Department faculty members strive to:

Act as mentors to undergraduates through advising them in research. Teach students the value of cross-disciplinary thinking by providing them with educational and research opportunities between chemistry and other fields of study. Serve as good role models to students for safe and ethical professional behavior. Encourage students to value diversity and to develop a global perspective through international experiences in chemistry.

Goals of the Department:

To produce skilled man power of well trained chemists, capable of taking up positions in various socio economic sectors of the country.

To build research capabilities as required by the national development and academic needs.

To develop capabilities for the provision of consultancy and technical services as well as short term specialized training to both public and private sectors.

To produce teachers who will choose, produce and make use of local resources and educational media to enrich students' learning.

To inspire the students towards better understanding and use of IT/Computer oriented interphase.

To disseminate knowledge on chemistry and related areas through active participation in related professional activities, such as Chemical Societies of India, Regional Networking, Workshops, Symposia/Conferences and Publications.

Facilities:

1) Colorimeter Digital Equiptronics (EQ 651: Photoelectric with set of 8 Imp filters)

2) Conductivity meter Digital Equiptronics (EQ 665)

3) Hot Plate 22.5 cm Dia Regulator CI Labhos P LHC-16

4) Magnetic Stirrer 1 Lit. with Hot Plate Remi 1 MLH

5) Potentiometer Digital Equiptronics (EQ 606)

6)Flame photometer

7)Spectrophotometer

Faculty

Prof. V.R. Bagul

HOD & Assistant professor

M.Sc. (Organic Chemistry) NET

Prof. S.A. Ahire

Assistant Professor

M.Sc. (Organic Chemistry) NET

Prof. A. U. Nerkar

Assistant Professor

M.Sc. (Organic Chemistry) NET

Prof. R. P. Shewalee

Assistant Professor

M.Sc. (Organic Chemistry) NET

Prof. A.R. Bukane

Assistant Professor

M.Sc. (Organic Chemistry) NET


Departments of Zoology

Vision & Mission:

-To Educate and Moralize The Students Of Tribal Region

-To impart knowledge of Zoology and its technique.

-Practical application of Zoology on commercial basis.

-Conservation of �Bio-Diversity� in Tribal Region.

Goals of the Department:

-To start T.Y. B.Sc. and P.G.

-Collaborative work with private sector for conservation of rich biodiversity environment.

-To inculcate research activities in the students and its practical application.

Facilities:

Well experienced teaching faculty and non teaching staff.

Well experienced teaching faculty and non teaching staff.

Central Library

PPT/OHP etc., techniques for more effective teaching - learning process.

Excursion / educational tours for student’s field work as per syllabus.

Faculty

Dr. Smt. A. J. Kharat

Assistant Professor

M.Sc., Ph. D.

Dr. R. Y. Bhandare

Assistant Professor

M.Sc., Ph. D.

Sr. No. Title of Paper Journal Name & ISSN/ ISBN No. Impact Factor Year National/ International

1

Toxicity of Organotin   Tributyltin Chloride to freshwater prawn, Macrobrachium kistnensis.

Aquacult,Vol.7 (1): 141-144.
ISSN- 0972-2262

Y

2006

International

2

Induced ovarian maturation by 17α- Hydroxy progesterone in freshwater crab, Barytelphusa cunicularis. Journal of Aquatic Biology,Vol. 23(2): 109-112.

ISSN- 0971-4235

Y

2008

National

3

Study of Induced ovarian maturation by hormone and eyestalk ablation in freshwater crab, Barytelphusa cunicularis.

 

Aquacult, Vol. 9(2): 211-215.
ISSN- 0972-2262

Y

2008

International

4

Impact of TBTCl on Total Protein Content in Freshwater Prawn, Macrobrachium kistnensis.

Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research, 4 (3): 180-184.
ISSN- 1990-9233

Y

2009

International

5

Hormone induced biochemical changes in the ovary and hepatopancreas in freshwater crabs, Barytelphusa cunicularis.

An international Journal of Life science “The Bioscan”, Vol.6 (2): 199-201.

Y

2011

International

Sr. No.

Title of paper presented in Conference / Seminar attended/ Workshop attended

Name/ Venue

Year

National/ International

1

Effect of 17-Alpha Hydroxyprogesterone hormone on ovarian maturation in freshwater crab, B. cunicularis.

National Conference on “Fish and Their Environment”. Department of Zoology Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad (M.S.) India, on February 9-11, 2004.

2004

National

2

Impact of TBTCl on total protein content in freshwater prawn, M. kistnensis..

16th All India Congress of Zoology and National Symposium on recent advances in animal research with special emphasis on invertebrates.
Department of Zoology, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad (M.S.) India, on October 21-23, 2005.

2005

National

3

Effect of 17 Alpha- Hydroxy progesterone hormone on protein level in ovarian maturation in freshwater crab, B. cunicularis.

23rd National Conference of Indian Society for comparative animal physiology and Frontiers in applied animal Sciences.
Department of Zoology, Shivaji University, Kolhapur, on October 16-18, 2006. 

2006

National

4

Comparative study of effect of hormone and eyestalk ablation in freshwater crab, B. cunicularis.

18th All India Congress of Zoology and National Seminar on “Current Issues on Applied Zoology and Environmental Sciences with Special Reference to Eco-restoration and Management of Bio-resources” (SCIAZE).
University of Lucknow and B.B. Ambedkar university, Lucknow, December 7-9, 2007.

2007

National

5

Fish Diversity in Nath Sagar,  Jaikwad Dam, Tq. Paithan, Dist. Aurangabad.

National Conference on “Animal Bio-diversity and Sustainable Development”.
Department of Zoology, Shri Krishna Mahavidyalaya, Gunjoti, Tq. Omerga Dist. Osmanabad (M. S. ), January 11-12, 2008.

2008

National

6

Fish Diversity in Nandur- Madhmeshwar Dam, Lasalgaon, Dist. Nashik.

National Seminar on “Modern Concepts in Animal Biodiversity And Biotechnology”.
Department of Zoology, Milind College Of Science, Nagenvana, Aurangabad(M.S.), 21st and 22nd  August, 2008.

2008

National

7

Hormone induced biochemical changes in the ovary and hepatopancreas in freshwater crab, B. cunicularis.

National Seminar on “Recent Advances in Conservation of Water and Agriculture Management”.
Department Of Zoology, M. S. G.  Arts, Science and Commerce College, Malegaon, Dist. Nashik (M.S.), 10th  September, 2008.

2008

National

8

Fish diversity in Girna Dam, Dist. Nashik.

National Seminar on “Modern Trends for Nature Conservation”. Department of Zoology, Balbhim Arts, Science and Commerce College, Beed (M.S.), 4th and 5th October, 2008.

2008

National

9

Effect of 17-Alpha Hydroxyprogesterone hormone on lipid level in ovarian maturation in freshwater crab, B. cunicularis.

International conference on “Technologies for Mitigation of Environmental Pollution and their Applications in Conservation of Aquatic Ecosystem”. Department of Zoology, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad (M.S.) India, from11th -13th, December, 2008.

2008

International

10

Induced Ovarian maturation by by 17 Apha- Hydroxy progesterone in freshwater crab, B. cunicularis.

National Conference on “Present Scenario of Environmental Pollution and its Effect on living organisms”. Department Of Zoology, Govt. College of Arts and Science, Aurangabad (M.S.) ,  on 9th -11th December, 2009.

2009

National

11

Induced Biochemical changes in the ovary and hepatopancreas in freshwater crab, B. cunicularis.

National Seminar on “Recent Trends in Research on Faunistic Biodiversity and Life Processes for Sustainable Liveihood”. Department of Zoology, Lal Bahadur Shastri Sr. College, Partur on 7th & 8th September,2012.

2012

National

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ISSN/ ISBN No.

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Departments of MATHEMATICS

Vision & Mission:

The main Motto "Bahujan Hitay Bahujan Sukhayi" 'education for masses and their well being' envisioned by Late Karmaveer Bhausaheb Hiray, founder of a well Known institution Mahatma Gandhi Vidayamandir ,Malegaon Camp inspires us to reach out to the underprivileged sections of the society.

The college strives to reach out to the underprivileged tribal youth for bearing the goal, to provide opportunities of higher education to the poor, needy and especially to the down trodden, depressed, tribal and the backward communities of the society, to impart knowledge, to develop professional and occasional skills and to provide opportunities for excellence, to social reformation and progress, humanism, social justice and equality among the students.

Goals of the Department:

- To overcome fear of Mathematics and create interest among the tribal students.

- To attract more students to learn Mathematics.

- To provide the laboratory facilities and new techniques to learn.

- To organize interdisciplinary National Level Seminars/ conferences

- To organize Guest Lecture Series

- Undertaking Minor / Major Research Projects

- Visits to study Bio-diversity, Nanotechnology projects

- Career oriented counseling of students

- Guidance to students for competitive exams

- Organize Remedial coaching classes for SC/ST/OBC and minority students

Facilities:

1) Colorimeter Digital Equiptronics (EQ 651: Photoelectric with set of 8 Imp filters)

2) Conductivity meter Digital Equiptronics (EQ 665)

3) Hot Plate 22.5 cm Dia Regulator CI Labhos P LHC-16

4) Magnetic Stirrer 1 Lit. with Hot Plate Remi 1 MLH

5) Potentiometer Digital Equiptronics (EQ 606)

6) Water Bath

Faculty

Prof. S. D. Mhoan

M. Sc. M. Phil.

Research and Publications :

1. Paper Entitled “DOUGLAS HIGHER ORDER FINITE DIFFERENCE SCHEME FOR ONE DIMENSIONAL PENNES BIOHEAT EQUATION” is published in IJAEA: An International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Applications, Vol-1, 2011(June Issue).(ISSN 0975 – 7783)

2. The Research paper “MONOTONE TECHNIQUE FOR SYSTEM OF CAPUTO FRACTIONAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH PERIODIC BOUNDARY CONDITIONS” published in an International Journal of Dynamics of Continuous, Discrete and Impulsive Systems (ISSN 0020–7721 print)Volume-II June-2012.

3. The Research paper “SOLUTION OF FRACTIONAL PARTIAL DIFFERENTIALEQUATIONS USING ITERATIVE METHOD” published in an INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF Fractional Calculus and Applied Analysis(Print ISSN No. 1311-0454) Volume-15, Number 4 (2012).

4. The Research paper “FINITE DIFFERENCE SCHEME FOR SPACE FRACTIONAL DIFFUSION EQUATION WITH MIXED BOUNDARY CONDITIONS” published in an American Journal of Mathematics and Sciences (ISSN No. 2250-3102) Volume-2, Number 1, Jan. 2013).

5. The Research paper on “ADOMIAN DECOMPOSITION METHOD FOR FRACTIONAL BENJAMIN-BONA-MAHONY-BURGER’S EQUATIONS” published in an International Journal of Appl. Math. and Mech. (ISSN: 0973-0184)8(12): 42-51, 2012.

6. The Research paper “MITTAG-LEFFLER FUNCTIONS,ITS COMPUTATIONS AND APPLICATIONS TO DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF FRACTIONAL ORDER.”

Research PROJECTS CARRIED OUT : 01 +(01 SUBMITTED) :

Sr. No. Title of the Project Name of the funding Agency. Duratin Remarks

1

“Equated Monthly Installments in Insurance Business”

University of Pune

2008-2010

Completed

2

“Mathematical Modeling of Climate change in Western Ghats and its affect on Biodiversity”

A Minor Research Project proposal Submitted to U.G.C.

2013

Awaited

Achivments :

• Member of Board of studies in Statistics and Computer Applications, University of Pune, 2005 to 2010

• Member of Senate, University of Pune , 2005 to 2010

• Selected for First Edition of 2000 outstanding Scientists of the 21st Century, by the International Biographical Center of Cambridge, England on Jan. 2001.

• 08 international and 16 National level conferences attended,

• 02 National level conferences, 01 State level workshop, 02 University and 03 College level workshops successfully organized.


Departments of Physics

Vision & Mission:

The main Motto "Bahujan Hitay Bahujan Sukhayi" 'education for masses and their well being' envisioned by Late Karmaveer Bhausaheb Hiray, founder of a well Known institution Mahatma Gandhi Vidayamandir ,Malegaon Camp inspires us to reach out to the underprivileged sections of the society.

The college strives to reach out to the underprivileged tribal youth for bearing the goal, to provide opportunities of higher education to the poor, needy and especially to the down trodden, depressed, tribal and the backward communities of the society, to impart knowledge, to develop professional and occasional skills and to provide opportunities for excellence, to social reformation and progress, humanism, social justice and equality among the students.

Goals of the Department:

- To overcome fear of Mathematics and create interest among the tribal students.

- To attract more students to learn Mathematics.

- To provide the laboratory facilities and new techniques to learn.

- To organize interdisciplinary National Level Seminars/ conferences

- To organize Guest Lecture Series

- Undertaking Minor / Major Research Projects

- Visits to study Bio-diversity, Nanotechnology projects

- Career oriented counseling of students

- Guidance to students for competitive exams

- Organize Remedial coaching classes for SC/ST/OBC and minority students

Facilities:

1) Colorimeter Digital Equiptronics (EQ 651: Photoelectric with set of 8 Imp filters)

2) Conductivity meter Digital Equiptronics (EQ 665)

3) Hot Plate 22.5 cm Dia Regulator CI Labhos P LHC-16

4) Magnetic Stirrer 1 Lit. with Hot Plate Remi 1 MLH

5) Potentiometer Digital Equiptronics (EQ 606)

6) Water Bath

Faculty

Prin. Dr. A. V. Patil


Departments of Geography

Introduction

The department runs the undergraduate level course in geography since in june 1992. The staff of the department is highly quilified and with diverse intrestests in reasearch. The atmosphere of the department is student centric and healthy. The department is dedicated to educate the students through various curricular, co - curricular and extracurricular activities. Study of Geography is highly allied to our day to day life and natural processes. This enables the students to understand the principles of Environment, Earth sciences, Life sciences and Agriculturer.

Goals of the Department:

To help tribal students overcome fear of learning environmental and geographical issues.

To attract more students to study in geography subject.

To create interest among students to environmental and geographical issues.

To provide environment in which all member of the department can enhance their skill and apply them to a wide range of theoretical and practical problems in the service of the community.

To provide quality teaching to tribal students at undergraduate level.

To provide access to the widest possible range of source of knowledge.

Facilities:

A computer with internet connection

A well-furnished department.

Geographical equipment's -surveying equipment accessories of plane-table , Prismatic compass, GPS, Weather instrument as Rain gauge , Thermometer , Barometer etc.

Faculty

Prof. V. D. Ahire

Assistant Professor

Dr. S. U. Deore

Assistant Professor

Dr. U. P. Surywanshi

Assistant Professor