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Batch 2009-10 Batch2 2010-11



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Batch 2009-10 Batch2 2010-11





UG

PG

Total

UG

PG

Total

Admitted to the programme(entry year)

13

Nil

13

20

Nil

20


Dro-outs

03

Nil

03

01

Nil

01

Appeared for the final year exam

10

Nil

10

19

Nil

19

Passed in the final exam

10

Nil

10

19

Nil

19

Passed in the first class

08

Nil

08

18

Nil

14

University ranks if any

3rd B.Sc.

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

12. What is the sanctioned teaching staff strength and the present position?

Sanctioned 5

Filled 4
13. How often were national/International seminars, workshops etc. organized at the department?


No National / International seminar conducted but weekly departmental seminar was conducted
14. Are there any international links/collaborations for teaching, research or both? No
15. (a)List the teaching staff, with their designations, qualifications, fields of specialization, year of experience, age and sex (in the descending order of seniority):


Name of the Teaching staff

Designation

Highest Qual.

Specialisation

Age

Sex

Dr. Dhaneshwar Prasad



Associate professor

M.Sc, Ph.D.

Applied Mathematics

57


M

Mrs. S. Krishnaveni



Assistant professor

M. Sc.

Applied Maths

57


F

M.Phil.

Pure Maths

Mr. A.V.V.S.Murthy

"

"

Applied Mathematics

38

M

Mr. GHKS Prabhakar



"

"

Pure

Mathematics


40

M


(b) Experience of the teachers:




Name of the teacher

UG

PG

Research

Dr.Dhaneshwar Prasad



23 years & 4 Months

7 years for guiding

Ph.D. students



6.5 years as regular scholar & 3 years Research Associate/ Scientist

Mrs. S.Krishnaveni

26 years & 1 month

Nil

Nil

Mr. A.V.V.S. Murthy

11 years & 10 months

Nil

Nil

Mr. G.H,K.S.Prabhakar

14 years & 3 months

Nil

Nil

16. How many from the teaching staff have received National/International recognition as fellows,

awardees etc.? Nil

17. What percentage of the faculty are in active research (guiding research scholars, operating projects, publishing regularly, etc): 25%

18. List the major thrust areas within the subject in which research activities are being pursued:

Fluid Mechanics/ Mathematical modeling on hydrodynamic theory of lubrication of bearings;

Cryptography.

19. Give details of ongoing projects funded by external agencies: INSPIRE funded by UGC/ DST

started in April 2011 going on.

20. What are the basic and advanced facilities, available and (like botanical garden, field laboratories, animal house, computing facility, major equipment, mortuary, post marturn facilities experimental surgery and medicine facilities etc.) acquired over the years: Full-fledged Computer centers available for computing (numerical) and design with MATLAB,

Smart Board, Pen tablet etc. facilities.

21. What is the total number of publications (add the list) of the department in the last five year?: 11




  1. Dhaneshwar Prasad, S.V. Subrahmanyam, Sudam Sekhar Panda, “Thermal effects in hydrodynamic lubrication of asymmetric rollers using Runge-Kutta Fehlberg method ”International Journal of Engineering Science and Advanced TechnologyVol.-2(2012), pp. 422 – 437.

  2. Dhaneshwar Prasad, Sudam Sekhar Panda, S.V. Subrahmanyam, “Non-Newtonian Squeeze Film Lubrication of Journal Bearing with Temperature Effect”,International Journal of Engineering Science and Advanced Technology Vol.-2 (2012), pp. 438 – 444.

  3. Dhaneshwar Prasad, S. V. Subrahmanyam, Thermo Hydrodynamic Lubrication Characteristics Of Power Law Fluids In Rolling/Sliding Line Contact ”, International Conference on Advances in Tribology and Engineering Systems: ICATES 2013,published in the Conference Proceedings, Edited by Springer New Delhi Heidelberg New York Dordrecht London, PP. 127-141.

  4. Dhaneshwar Prasad, S. S. Panda, and S. V. Subrahmanyam, Power Law Fluid Film Lubrication of Journal Bearing With Squeezing and Temperature Effects ”,   International Conference on Advances in Tribology and Engineering Systems: ICATES 2013, published in the Conference Proceedings, Edited bySpringer New Delhi Heidelberg New York Dordrecht London, PP. 73-84.

  5. S. V. Subrahmanyam and Dhaneshwar Prasad, “ Characterization of Lubrication of Asymmetric Rollers including Thermal Effects” Accepted by Industrial Lubrication and Tribology - Decision on, Manuscript ID ilt-04-2013-0048. R1, U.K..

  6. S. V. Subrahmanyam, Dhaneshwar Prasad, and S. S. Panda, A Study on Goodness of Fit For The Linear Model of Index Numbers of Jute Productivity In India, International Journal of Science Engineering and Advance Technology, IJSEAT, Vol 1, Issue 6, November – 2013, ISSN 2321-6905, p. 142 .

  7. S. V. Subrahmanyam, Dhaneshwar Prasad, and S .S. Panda, Thermo Hydrodynamic Lubrication of Rollers under Adiabatic and Isothermal Boundaries in Rolling/Sliding Line Contact, Number  : 63, ICRAMID-2014, PONJESLY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, Alamparai, Nagercoil, Tamilnadu, Kanyakumari Dist-629003, India .

  1. Dhaneshwar Prasad, SudamSekhar Panda, S. V. Subrahmanyam and G. M. Deheri
    Title   : Thermal Effect on Hydrodynamic Lubrication of Journal Bearing, Number  :163, ICRAMID-2014, PONJESLY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, Alamparai, Nagercoil, Tamilnadu, Kanyakumari Dist-629003, India.

  2. Dhaneshwar Prasad, Sudam Sekhar Panda, S. V. Subramanyam, Title: Thermal Effects in non-Newtonian Lubrication of Asymmetric Rollers Under Adiabatic & Isothermal Boundries., ICAFD-2014 (July 21-23, 2014), S. V. University Tirupathi, AP, India.

  3. S. V. Subrahmanyam, Dhaneshwar Prasad, Thermal, squeezing and compressibility effects in lubrication of asymmetric rollers”, Tribology in Industry, Vol. 36, No. 3 (2014) 244-258.

  4. Dhaneshwar Prasad, S V Subrahmanyam & M Madhu Sudhan Rao, “A Study on Students’ Attitude towards Mathematics in Some Selected Secondary Schools of Puducherry State”, Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies ISSN: 2321-8819 (Online), Volume 2, Issue 11, November 2014.

22. Have any one of the teaching programmes been dropped because it lost its immediate relevance or because it was not viable? No

23. What is the average work load in terms of actual contact lectures per week per teacher?: 14 - 17 lectures /Week/ Teacher.

24. What is the average time spent by a teacher with students and how much time is spent on committees that deal with academic matters ? Per Week18 hours and 2 hours on committees that deal with academic matters including administration.

25. Does the department monitor overall performance of students through regular assessments ? Yes .If yes give methods and details of assessment: Weekly tests and assignments and special

classes taken for weak students.

26. How do the teachers update themselves for discharging their teaching/research responsibilities? Give details:

Reading books/ Journals and attending orientation and refresher courses etc., also attending seminars/ conferences & workshops etc.

27. What is the annual budget allocation of the college to the department?

Rs. approximately one Lakh every year

28. How much of research funding has been generated by the teachers from other agencies? :Nil

29. Do the teachers offer consultancy services and earn revenue for the college/department? No

30. Furnish the following details.




Particulars

UG

Ratio of applicants to available seats

2:1

Success rate (examination results)

70%

Progression to Higher education rate

40%

Employment rate

90%

Ratio of part-time teachers to full-time teachers

0:4

Ratio of academic staff to administrative staff

4:0

31. Furnish the following data:

    1. Ratio of students to teacher : 14:1

    2. Number of research papers published : Eleven in the last five years

32. Has the department received any special support for teaching or research?: Yes , teaching aids

with good computing facilities.

33. Any other information which highlights the unique achievements of the department:

Classes are engaged by teachers more than the allotted hours + we always find out if any student absent for many days. Immediately we call their parents and discuss how to solve their problems utmost.




Inputs from the Department of Physics
1. Name and address of the department : Dept of Physics Dr.S.R.K.Govt.Arts.College

Yanam-533434

2. Telephone number/s : 2324123

3. Date of establishment of the department : 2007

4. Built-up area of the department in sq.m : 240

5. List the different programmes (Level of study= Certificate/Diploma/UG/Pg diploma/PG/M.Phil/Ph.D.etc. or equivalent) offered by the department together with the details required below:



Programme

Level of study

Cut-off marks at entry level in %

Student strength

B.Sc(PHYSICS)

UG

40

4

6. Number of teaching, technical and administrative staff of the department.








Male

Female

Total

Total no.of teachers

1

0

1

Teachers with Ph.D.or equivalent as the highest qualification

1

0

1

Teachers with PG or equivalent as the highest qualification

0

0

0

Teachers with other specific eligible qualification(specify)

0

0

0

Technical staff

--

--

--

Administrative staff

--

--

--

7. Does the department have academic, administrative and financial autonomy?

Academic matters No

Administration No

Finance No

8. Number of students in the department during the current year:






Female

Male

Total

Students from the same state where the college is located

4

0

4

Students from other states of India

--

--

--

NRI students

--

--

--

Other overseas students

--

--

--

Grand Total

4

0

4

9. Is there a method of assessing the students’ academic standing in order to provide enrichment and /or remedial course? Yes

10. Furnish the following details (in figures):


    1. Books in the department library: 350

    2. Journals/Periodicals subscribed by the department Nil

    3. computers in the department: 1

    4. Research projects completed during the last three years Nil

and their total outlay

    1. Ongoing research projects Nil

    2. Teachers who have attended national/international seminars during the last two years Nil

    3. Teachers who have been resource persons at workshops/seminars during the last two years. Nil

11. Details of the last two batches of students:


Batch1 Batch 2




UG

2010-2011


PG

Total


UG

2008-2009

ADMISSION

PG

Total


Admitted to the programme(entry year)

19

--

19

17

--

17


Drop-outs

10

--

10

8

--

8

Appeared for the final year exam

9

--

9

9

--

9

Passed in the final exam

7

--

7

3

--

3

Passed in first class

NIL

--

--

--

--

--

University ranks if any

NIL

--

NIL

NIL

--

NIL

12. What is the sanctioned teaching staff strength and the present position?

Sanctioned: 1

Filled : 1

13. How often were national/international seminars, workshops etc organised at the department?

No provision of funds to conduct seminars

14. Are there any international or national links/collaborations for teaching, research or both ? No

15.


(a) List the teaching staff, with their designations, qualifications, fields of specialization, years of experience, age and sex (in the descending order of seniority)


Name of the Teaching staff

Designation

Highest Qual.

Specialisation

Age

Sex

DR. B.RAGHUNATHA CHARY

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Ph.D

RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY

58 YEARS

M

(b) Experience of the teachers.




Name of the Teacher

UG

PG

Research

DR. B.RAGHUNATHA CHARY

TEACHING EXPERIENCE FOR 24 YEARS

--

--

16. How many from the teaching staff have received national/international recognition as follows, awardees etc.? Nil

17. What percentage of the faculty are in active research (guiding research scholars, operating projects, publishing regularly, etc)

18. List the major thrust areas within the subject in which research activities are being pursued. Nil

19. Give details of ongoing projects funded by external agencies. Nil

20. What are the basic and advanced facilities, available and (like botanical garden, field laboratories, animal house, computing facility, major equipment, mortuary, post martum facilities experimental surgery and medicine facilities etc.) acquired over the years? Well equipped Laboratory

21. What is the total number of publications (add the list) of the department in the last five years? Nil

22. Have any one of the teaching programmes been dropped because it lost its immediate relevance or because it was not viable? N0

23. What is the average workload in terms of actual contact lectures per week per teacher?

14 lecture hours

24. What is the average time spent by a teacher with students and how much time is spent on committees that deal with academic matters?

25. Does the department monitor overall performance of students through regular assessments? Yes

If yes give methods and details of assessment. CLASS TESTS ARE CONDUCTED TO ASSESS THE PERFORMANCE OF THE STUDENTS

26. How do the teachers update themselves for discharging their teaching /research responsibilities? Give details.

By reading books/journals and attending refresher courses etc.

27. What is the annual budget allocation of the college to the department?

Rs. --

28. How much of research funding has been generated by the teachers from other agencies? Nil



29. Do the teachers offer consultancy services and earn revenue for the college/department? Nil

30. Furnish the following details.




Particulars

UG

Ratio of applications to available seats

--

Success rate (examination results)

GOOD

Progress to higher education rate

REASONABLE

Employment rate

REASONABLE

Ratio of part-time teachers to full – time teachers

--

Ratio of academic staff to administrative staff

--

31. Furnish the following data:

.Ratio of students to teachers 7:1

. Number of research papers published Nil

32. Has the department received any special support for teaching or research? No

33. any other information which highlights the unique achievements of the department. Nil



Inputs from the Department of Zoology

  1. Name and address of the department : Dept of Zoology

Dr.S.R.K.Govt.Arts.College

Yanam-533464



  1. Telephone numbers : 2324123

  2. Date of establishment of the department : 1980

  3. Built-up area of the department in sq.m : 235

  4. List the different programmes (Level of Study = Certificate/Diploma/UG/PG Diploma/PG/M.Phil./Ph.D.etc . or equivalent) offered by the department together with the details required below.



Programme

Level of study

Cut-off marks at entry level in%

Student strength

B.Sc

UG

40

12




  1. Number of teaching,technical and administrative staff of the department.







Male

Female

Total

Total no.of teachers

2

2

4

Teachers withPh.D. or equivalent as the highest qualification

1

2

3

Teachers with PG or equivalent as the highest qualification

2

2

4

Teachers with other specific eligible qualification (specify)

--

---

---

Technical staff

0

0

0

Administrative staff

0

0

0




  1. Doses the department has academic,administrativeand financial autonomy?

Academic matters No

Administration N0

Finance No


  1. Number of students in the department during the current year:







Female

Male

Total

Students from the same state where the college is located

17

09

26

Students from other states of India

03

03

06

NRI students

Nil

Nil

Nil

Other overseas students

Nil

Nil

Nil

Grand Total

20

12

32




  1. Is there a method of assessing the students’ academic standing in order to provide enrichment and /or remedial courses? Yes

  2. Furnish the following details (in figures):

  1. Books in the department Library: 673

  2. Journals/periodicals subscribed by the department: Nil

  3. Computers in the department: 5 and 1 LCD

  4. Research projects completed during the last three years: Nil

And their totals outlay

  1. Ongoing research projects : Nil

  2. Teachers who have attended National/International seminars during the last two years: Nil

  3. Teachers who have been resource persons at workshop/seminars during the last two years:

11.Details of the last two batches of students:


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