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DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY 

 

1.                  Name of theDepartment & its year of establishment:

Department ofBotany: established in 2012 and Post-graduation course commenced in 2016.

2.                  Names of Programmes/Courses offered(UG, PG):

Programmes/Courses

Courses offered

UG Courses

B.Sc.

PG Courses

M.Sc. Botany

 

3.                  Interdisciplinarycourses and  Subject involved:

 

S. No

Interdisciplinary Course(s)

Subject  Involved

 

I.

 

B.Sc.

Chemistry, Zoology,  Environmental Science, Hindi, English ,

II.

M.Sc. Zoology

CBCS-Genetics and cytogenetics, Physiology and biochemistery, Cell and molecular biology, Recombinent DNA technology, Research methodology and computer application basics.

Principal of ecology, Algae environment and human welfare, Advance in Archegoniatae, Evolutionary biology, Intellectual property rights, human rights, and Environment.

 

4.                  Annual/semester/choice based credit system

B.Sc. - Annual

M.Sc. - Semester System

5.        Number of teaching posts sanctioned andfilled (Professors/Associate Profe.,  Asst. Professors

Post/Status

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor

01

00

Associate Professor

00

00

Assistant Professor

01

00

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

 

 

Name

 

 

Qualification

 

 

Designation

 

 

Specialization

 

Years of Experience

 

POONAM SANDILYA

M.Sc. (Botany)

 

Head

&                                              Guest Lecturer

 

Plant pathology

 

 

3

 

 

LOKESH KUMAR

 

 

M.Sc. (Botany)

 

Guest Lecturer

 

Plant physiology

 

6 month

 

 

 

RAMESH GUPTA

B.Sc.,

 M.A. Political Science

 Lab technician

 Botany

8

 

5.                  Programme - wiseStudent Teacher Ratio

 

S. No.

Name of the Programme

Student-Teacher Ratio

I.

B.Sc.

150:1

II.

M.Sc. Zoology

40:1

 

6.                  Numberof academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned andfilled

 

S. No.

Sanctioned

Filled

Lab Technician

Lab Attendant

Lab Technician

Lab Attendant

I.

01

01

01

00

7.                  Faculty rechargingstrategies:

·                     Faculty development programmes

·                    Scientific laboratory visits of the faculty for acclimatization

·                    Departmental Retreats

·                     Workshop ,seminars participationby our faculty

8.                  Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national /international) with details of outstanding participants, if any

·        Lecture    on  biodiversityConservation.

·        Group Discussion on Eco- Friendly waste managementstrategies for sustainable development.

9.                  Seat Avaiblity:

S.No.

Classes

No. of sactioned seat

1.

B.Sc.

300

2.

M.Sc.

80

 

 

10.              Diversity ofStudents:


 

 

Name of the Course

 

% of students from the state

 

% of students from other States

B.Sc.

92%

8%

M.Sc. Zoology

95%

5%

 

11.              How many students have cleared Civil Services, DefenseServices, NET, SLET, GATEand any other competitive examinations?

04

 



 

12.              Present detailsabout infrastructural facilities

 

I.

Library

260 Books

II.

Internet facilities for staff and students

 

Yes with Wi-Fi facility

III.

Total number of class rooms

04

IV.

Class rooms with ICT facility

01

V.

Students’ laboratories

01

 

13.                Name and designation of the visitors of ZoologyDeparments

S.No.

Name of the visitors

Designation

Year of visiting

1.

Shree N. K. Singh

Assistant professor Botany, Govt.   college, Balrampur

2018,2019,2020

2.

Dr. Rizwan Ullah

Assistant Professor Botany,  Govt. Rajeev Gandhi P.G. College, Ambikapur

2019




BOTANY Department Faculties

S NoFaculty PhotoFaculty NameQualificationDepartmentDesignationMobile No
1 POONAM SANDILYAM.Sc .BotanyGUEST LECTURER7987827543
2 LOKESH KUMAR SUMANM.Sc.BotanyGUEST LECTURER 7879334645
3 RAMESH GUPTAM.A., NET BotanyLAB TECHNICIAN8435114432