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Research Methodology in Indian Music (28 Jan 2011).

Prof. Dr. Khaire

  1. ‘Pandit Nehru evem Gutnirpekshata’ – Pandit Neharunche Samajik va Rajkiya vichar, Alfa Prakashan, Nanded, 2010.

  2. ‘Indira Gandhincha Rajkiya Dhornancha Aadhawa’ – Indira Gandhi-ek Poladi Mahila, Atharva Pablication, Dhule, 2011.

  3. ‘Political Terrorism in India’ – Aatankwad ke Vividha Aayam,Gayatri Pablication, Riwa, 2011.

  4. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar and Bauddha Dharma ISBN No.978-81922414 dated Jan 2012.

  5. Female foeticide a serious social problem ISBN No. 978-81922866.

  6. Analysis of womens role of Akola district in the elections ISBN No. 978-83-81733.

  7. Gandhism and the present economy research journal of social and life science ISSN No. 0923-3914 dated 2010.

Dr. Y.P. Singh

Sr.No

Name

ISBN/ISSN No

1.

Nari Sashaktikaran me Purushon ka Yogdan

ISBN-No-9788-1922-414-0-1


2.

Bhagwan Buddhncha Shikavnukitil Samantetil va jati Nirmulanachi Tatve

ISBN No-9788-9224-14-5-6

3.

Nari Utpidan Aur Manavdhikar

ISBN No-9788-922-88-2-3

4.

Mahila Sakshmikaran Aur Manavdhikar

ISBN No-9788-922-414-1-8

5.

Petinakinche Mudrecha magniche Pratiman

ISBN No-8788-922-88-3-0

6.

Janlokpal Vidheyak-Ek Thatta

ISBN No-81-922-643-0-1

7.

Pandit Neharu’s Thoughts on Sociolism

ISBN No-9789-3803-393-24-7

8.

Relevance of Gandhian Economic Thought

ISBN No-9788-92459-6-2

9.

Jatko me Udyog Aur Vyapar




10.

Vaidik Aarthik Nitiya Ek Chintan




11.

Manavdhikar Aur Streeya




12.

Nehru and Indian Economic Planning

ISBN No-978-93-82414-14-8

13.

Dr. B.R. Ambedkar’s Views on Economic Growth and Social Justice in India

ISBN No-978-93-82414-15-5

14.

Impact of Climate Change on rainfall and Crop Productivity

ISBN No-978-93-82414-04-9

15.

Sahakari Chalwal ek Drushtishep

ISBN No-978-81-924365-2-4

16.

Aadhunikta ke prawartak Raja Rammohan Roy

ISSN No-2278-9308

17.

The Economic Ideas of Prof. J.K Mehta and Its Relevance in the present Perspective

ISBN No-978-81-921159-8-6

18.

Money Economics Its Fundamental

ISBN No-978-93-82358-31-2

Co-Writer of a Book

Vyayasaik Arthashtra” Prescribed for B.A.I And B.Com I By Sant Gadgebaba Amravati University, Amravati



Prof. Dr. Anjali Rajwade

Sr.no

Name of Books

ISBN/ISSN No

1.

Nutritional Way 2Healthy and Intelligent Baby

ISBN No-978-81-922652-0-9

2.

Madhumeha ani Aahar

ISBN No-978-81-922652-1-6

Dr. Mr. Nistane


  1. Buddhism in Rabindranath Tagore’s plays

Page Nos. 1-3

Publication Type: Research Paper

Journal: Multidisciplinary Research Vol.1, ISBN: 978-81-921159-8-6

Refereed

Author: Sole.


  1. Sarojini Naidu’s Poetry: A Study in Indian Art and Culture

Page Nos. 86-88

Publication Type: Research Paper

Journal: Contribution of Women in Indian Arts and Culture, ISSN: 2278-9308

Refereed

Author: Sole.


  1. Daya Pawar’s Gallows as a Document in Social Exploitation and Injustice

Page Nos. 121-122

Publication Type: Conference Proceedings

Journal: Ambedkar Philosophy: It’s Relevance, ISBN: 978-81926999-3-6

Author: Sole.



  1. Feminine Partisanship in Some Women-Novelists of Indian Literature in English:

Page Nos. 62-65

Publication Type: Conference Proceedings

Journal: Contribution of Women in Indian Arts, Culture, Modern Science and Technology ISBN: 978-93-82588-16-0

Author: Sole.



  1. The Theme of Ideal Love in Rabindranath Tagore’s Chitra

Page Nos.: 5-7

Publication Type: Research Paper

Journal: Multidisciplinary Research Vol. II, ISBN: 978-81-921159-8-6

Refereed

Author: Sole.


  1. Religion and Science in Rabindranath Tagore’s English Plays

Publication Type: Conference Proceeding

Publication a waited

Author: Sole.


  1. “Shantanurao Kiroskar” in The Entrepreneurs of India

Publication Type: Article in a Book

ISBN: 1403-923825 (1st edition)

978-0230-33034-4 (2nd edition)

Author: Sole.

Publishers: Macmillan Publishers India Ltd., New Delhi.

Year of Publication: 2010




3.1.6 Give details of workshops/ training programmes/ sensitization programmes conducted/organized by the institution with focus on capacity building in terms of research and imbibing research culture among the staff and students.

College organizes interactions of faculty with luminaries from time to time andencourages and guides them for latest developments in research methodology.

Such examples are (starting from latest):


  • Workshop on the ― flower arrangement, environmental awarness were organized by the college.

3.1.7 Provide details of prioritised research areas and the expertise available with the institution.

Priority areas for research:



  • Heterocyclic Chemistry:

Mr. V L Agrawal is carring out the research work in the field of hetrocyclic compoundsand set up link with RSIC, IIT Powai Mumbai for spectral Data of the compounds.

  • The prioristised research areas with the institution incorporate Arts, Commerce and Hoem-Science streams. The Ph.D teachers from different streams are whole heartedly working in research areas of their prorogation. The areas of research and availability of expertise are as follows.

  • Economics – Dr. Mankar and Dr. Singh

  • English – Dr. Nistane

  • Marathi – Dr. khandekar, Dr. Rumale

  • Home-Economics- Dr. Bajpai

  • Music- Dr. Gondane, Dr. Pande, Dr. Ambhore

  • Political Science- Dr. Khaire

  • History- Dr. Mundre

  • Food & Nuitrition – Dr. Dhore, Dr. Rajwade

  • Commerce – Dr. Pande

  • 3.1.8 Enumerate the efforts of the institution in attracting researchers of eminence to visit the campus and interact with teachers and students?

  • The institution kennly keeping a step forward ‘to attract researchers of eminence to visit the campus and eivteract’ with our faculty and students as under.

  • Mrs. Eva and Vishal Agrawal of Himalaya Foundation, U.S., has visited and taken interet in developing E-Connectivity for women welfare.

  • Mr. Pipalghare, station Director All India Radio, Nagpur has graced the state level music conference on Topic- ‘Research Methodology in Indian Music’.

  • The live lengend and eminent Musicologist, Dr. Vikas Kashalkar deliverd key-note speech on this occasion.

  • Dr. Chitra Modak, eminent Thumri Singer,(National level) interact her views on the topic with the participants and research scholors arrived from the remote place of Maharashtra State.

  • Dr. Shriniwas Khandelwal, welknown, Economist, was keynote speaker for the state level conference in Economics.

  • Dr. Asha Mane, Dr. Manisha Kale, Dr. Sandhya Joshi, Dr. Rekha Tale all these are eminent nutritionists and reseaschars; They had high lightened the students and the teachers with their experiences and research contributions.

  • Eminent social workers, Dr. Vasanti Thote, Dr. Asha Mirge, Dr. Asha Nikte etc. were invited by the institution for guiding students.

  • Hon’ble Sindhutai Sapkar, Dr. Sudha Kankaria, welknown women welfare icon, had enlightened the students.

  • Eminent subject Expert, Dr. Nareshchandra Katole, guided students on “How to be an IAS?”


3.1.9 What percentage of the faculty has utilized Sabbatical Leave for research activities? How has the provision contributed to improve the quality of research and imbibe research culture on the campus?

5% of the faculty has utilized leave for research activities. Leave with pay is given to the faculty members for completion of research. Mrs. Shalini Bang lecturer in English was deputed for Doctoral Thesis under FIP scheme of UGC and she was given three years leaving with pay. Teachers desirous of pursuing doctoral programme are sanctioned leave for six months (without pay) or accommodated for attending research programme. The teachers involved in part-time research are given special consideration in timetable.

This facility has contributed in a significant way to the promotion of research culture in the campus.12 faculty members have successfully obtained the coveted Ph.D degree while 05 members are registered for Ph.D and are pursuing their doctoral degree. 1 Major Project in Economics is approved by UGC and the work is in progress. Many teachers have submitted their proposal for major and minor research projects. This provision has also been conducive to quality research through publications in research journals of repute.
3.1.10 Provide details of the initiatives taken up by the institution in creating awareness/advocating/transfer of relative findings of research of the institution and elsewhere to students and community (lab to land)

Gandhian Centre: The research on Gandhian Thought and Philosophy has helped to better appreciate the relevance of Gandhian thought for promotion of universal peace and harmony.
Resource Mobilization for Research

3.2.1 What percentage of the total budget is earmarked for research? Give details of major heads of expenditure, financial allocation and actual utilization.

Budget for Research and Development: The College has allocated funds for Research and development. The College received substantial grant from UGC, DST and other Govt. organizations for research.

Research Budget Provision (2008-2012)




2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

Major Project

-

-

-

-

Minor Project

1,00,000

1,50,000

1,50,000

2,00,000

DST 2011

-

-

-

-

(Details of Major/ Minor Projects listed in Q. No. 3.2.7)


Major expenditure that was done in last four years

Heads

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

Infrastructure

38,16,781

13,58,796

1,16,791

25,63,634

Books and Journals

49,141

57,478

69,792

37,851

Maintenance of Equipment

-

11,350

67,115

21,817

Computers and software

-

-

1,30,000

-

Equipments

Equipments under additional Assistance scheme



73,090

33,452

3,310

13,06,350



57,209

1,17,3824



NRC Ependiture

-

1,90,164

20,372

33,565

Total

39,39,012

16,51,240

17,13,730

38,87,900

3.2.2 Is there a provision in the institution to provide seed money to the faculty for research? If so, specify the amount disbursed and the percentage of the faculty that has availed the facility in the last four years?

There is no provision to provide seed money to the Researchar by the College.



3.2.3 What are the financial provisions made available to support student research projects by students?

  • Development of infrastructures: College purchases all the latest instrumentation required for students’ research projects Internet facility is made available both in the college labs and hostel.

  • Library upgradation with research journals.

3.2.4 How does the various departments/units/staff of the institute interact in undertaking inter-disciplinary research? Cite examples of successful endeavors and challenges faced in organizing interdisciplinary research.

On 31 January 2011 a State level Seminar was organized by Economics Department of the College on the topic ‘ SHGS & Empowerment of Women’ in collaboration with District Central Co- operative Bank Akola which was interdisciplinary in nature as it dealt social, political and Economical aspect of women’s empowerment. Recently we have send the proposal of interdisciplinary National Conference.



3.2.5 How does the institution ensure optimal use of various equipment and research facilities of the institution by its staff and students?

  • The equipments are being used by the students for persuing their research.

  • Periodic updating and upgradation of the scientific equipment is made. Training is provided for lab attendants and students in the efficient handling of laboratory equipment in science departments.

  • Need based repairs and maintenance of equipment is carried by technical staff appointed by College or by sending the equipment to the manufacturer.

  • As per requirement equipment of other departments are also used.

3.2.6 Has the institution received any special grants or finances from the industry or other beneficiary agency for developing research facility? If ‘yes’ give details.

  • A special grant of Rs. 25, 00,000/- has been sanctioned by UGC in the 11 plan period for purchase of equipment.

  • Research grant is also sanctioned by UGC Rs. 92000 (2010-11), Rs. 80000(2011-12) and Rs. 135000 (2012-13) to the college.

3.2.7 Enumerate the support provided to the faculty in securing research funds from various funding agencies, industry and other organizations. Provide details of ongoing and completed projects and grants received during the last four years.

Minor Research Projects:

S.N

Department

Name

No.

Major/Minor

Funding Agency

Amount Rs.

Status

1.

Home Science Faculty

Dr.Anjali Rajwade

1

Minor

UGC

75,000

Completed and Accepted

2.

Libray Science

Shri. R G. Baheti

1

Minor

UGC

70,000

-

3.

Home Economics

Dr. Radha Sawajiyani

1

Minor

UGC

60,000

-

4.

Music

Mrs. Dhanashri Pande

1

Minor

UGC

1,10,000

-

5.

Music

Mrs. Dr. Archana Ambhore

1

Minor

UGC

1,00,000

-

6.

Political Science

Shri. V B. khaire

1

Minor

UGC

1,60,000

-

7.

Commmerce

Miss. S.D Kalamkar

1

Minor

UGC

1,00,000

-

8.

Physical Education

Mrs.S P. Mendhe

1

Minor

UGC

1,20,000

-

9.

Chemistry

Shri. V L. Agrawal

1

Minor

UGC

50,000

-

10.

English

Shri. R S. Nitnaware

1

Minor

UGC

80,000

-

11.

Biology

Mrs. M V. Kalne

1

Minor

UGC

1,05,000

-

12.

Home Science

Mrs. P K. Ingle

1

Minor

UGC

75,000

-

13.

History

Shri. R N. Mundre

1

Minor

UGC

30,000

-

14.

Philophy

Shri. A p. Shingade

1

Minor

UGC

1,20,000

-



15.

Home Science

Mrs. Dr. K R. Dhore

1

Minor

UGC

1,40,000

-

16.

Music

S.B.Sagane

1

Minor

UGC

1,20,000

-



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