Economics

1. Name of the Department Economics
     
2. Year of Establishment 1973
   
3. Programme / Courses offered B. A.
4. Interdisciplinary Courses offered B. Com.

 

  1. Programme wise Examination System (Annual / Semester / CBCS)

 

  B. A. Semester
  B. Com. Semester

 

  1. Participation of department in the courses offered by other departments: Nil
7. Courses in collaboration with other universities:    Nil
8. Details of courses/Programmes discontinued with reasons: Nil    
 
9. Number of Teaching posts :
  Designation   Sanctioned     Recruited  
  Professors              
  Associate Professor     01         01  
  Assistant Professor     02         02  

10. Faculty profile:

Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

Experience

(Years)

 

Ph. D.

Students

guided for the

last 4 years

 
   
   
   
   
   

M.A., M.

                   
   

Phil., Ph.D.,

   

Co-operation

           

Dr. Rupa S.

DAE, DPE,

Assoc. Prof.

           
 

Indian

40

 

01

 
 

Shaha

DCM, DCA,

 

& HoD

     
     

Economy

           
   

DCB, DCD,

                 
                       
   

DCS.

                   

Dr. Sujata. J

M.A., M.B.A.,

   

International

           

Asst. Prof.

Eco., & Micro

05

 

 
 

Patil

Ph. D

   
       

Economics

           
                       

Shri. Sanjay

M.A.,

   

Eco. of Dev. &

           

Asst .Prof

Planning Macro

04

 

 
 

S. Omase

M. Phil., NET

   
       

Economics

           
                       
     

History of

     

Shri. Dinesh

M.A., M. Phil.

 

Economic

Up to August

   

Mashrankar

Asst .Prof.

Thought

 
 

2013

 
     

Agricultural

   
           
     

Economics

     
 

M.Com,

 

International

     

Shri. Ramdas

M. Phil.,

 

Up to

   
 

Economics,

   

N. Bolake

M. A. (Eco.),

Asst. Prof.

February

 

Money and

 
 

GDC & A

 

2012

   
   

Banking

   
           
             
  1. List of senior visiting faculty: Nil
  2. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled by temporary faculty:

2011 – 2012

73.07

2012 – 2013

30.76%

2013 – 2017

Nil

  1. Student – Teacher Ratio Programme Wise:

2011 – 2012

05:1

2012 – 2013

05:1

2013 – 2014

05:1

2014 – 2015

10:1

2015 – 2016

10:1

2016 – 2017

08:1

  1. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled: Nil
  2. Qualifications of teaching faculty with Ph. D/ M. Phil. / PG :

Name of the Faculty

Qualification

Dr .Rupa S Shaha

M.A., M. Phil., Ph.D., DAE, DPE, DCM,

 

DCA, DCB, DCD, DCS.

Dr.Sujata. J Patil

M. A., M.B.A., Ph. D

Shri. Sanjay S. Omase

M.A., M. Phil., NET

Shri. Dinesh Mashrankar (Upto August 2013)

M.A., M. Phil.

Mr. Ramdas N. Bolake

M.Com, M. Phil., M.A. (Eco.),

(Upto February 2012)

G .D.C & A.

  1. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from funding agencies & grants received: Nil
  2. Departmental projects funded by DST – FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total grants received: Nil

18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University:

No

Publications:

  1. Publications:

Number of papers published

 

Name of Faculty / Student in peer reviewed journals

 

Dr. Rupa S. Shaha

 

59

 

Dr. Sujata J Patil.

 

42

 

Shri. Sanjay S. Omase

 

35

 
       

Name of Faculty

Book Name

Books with ISBN/ISSN

 
 

Co-operative Development

 
 

Co-operative Development

ISBN 978-81-924 752-7-1

 
 

Co-operative Development

ISBN 978-81-924752-1-9

 

Dr. R. S. Shaha

Co-operation Principles and

 

Movement

 
   
 

Co-operative Development

ISBN 978-93-84123-13-4

 
 

Co-operative Development

ISBN 978-93-84123-72-7

 
 

Co-operation

ISBN 978-93-84123-62-8

 
 

Co-operative Development

ISBN 978-93-84123-73-4

  1. Area of consultancy and income generated: Nil
  1. Faculty working as member on various committees / Boards:

Dr. R. S.

Shah

Member, All India Adult Education

   

Member, All India Women Association

   

Member, Indian Society For Studies In Cooperation

   

Member, Shivaji University Economics Teachers Association,Kolhapur

 

Member, Marathi Arthashastra Parishad

   

Member, Maharashtra State Probation And After Care Association

 

Member, Institutional Ethical Committee Pims –Du –Loni (2012-2015)

 

Member, Ph.D Scrutiny Committee

   

Prof. S. S.

Omase

Member, Shivaji University Economic Association, Kolhapur.

 

 Student Projects:

·       Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental / programme

 

100 %

·       Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e.in Researchlaboratories / Industry / other agencies

 

 

Nil

  1. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students:

Name of the Faculty

Award / Recognition

 

Honorary Major

GoI President of India, 2013

 

Certificate of Pride

Maj. Gen. Subhashish Sengupta,

 

Commander, Mhow MP

 
   

Certificate of participation and Prime Minister’s Rally 2013

Brigadier, Director NCC

 

Certificate Letter of Appreciation

Dy. Director General NCC

 

GEN- NEXT Women of the year

Indian Idols Govt. Law College and

 

Lions Club International

 

List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department:

  • J. F. Patil, Senior Economist, Kolhapur.Dr. Jyoti Jadhav Dept. of Micro – Biology Shivaji University, Kolhapur. Shri. Sunil Nagavakar CA Kolhapur .
  • Dr. P. S. Kamble, HoD Dept. of Economics, Shivaji University, Kolhapur. Shri. Ashok Saoundatikar MD KAIJSB, Ichalkaranji.
  • Dr. Vijay Kakade, Ex HoD Dept .of Economics Shivaji University, Kolhapur. Shri. Prasanaa Deshingkar MBA (Fin), Kolhapur.
  • Dr. P. A. Koli Eminent Professor, Kolhapur.
  • Dr. Sarjerao Salukhe Civil Surgeon Kolhapur.
  • Dr. A. M. Gurav Dept. of Comm & Mgt. SUK, Kolhapur.
  1. Seminars / Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding:

 

   

Theme

   

Level

   

Funding Agency

 

Workshop on Women’s Rights

   

University

 

Shivaji University, Kolhapur

 

Violence Against Women

   

University

 

Shivaji University, Kolhapur

 

Workshop on Revised Syllabus of Co-

             

operative Development, Sem. III V &

 

University

 

Shivaji University, Kolhapur

 

VI

                   

Workshop on Women Health and

 

University

 

Shivaji University, Kolhapur

 

Changing Lifestyle

       
               

Workshop on Women and Environment

   

University

 

Shivaji University, Kolhapur

 

 Student profile programme/course wise:

         

Course

 

Year

 

Applications

Selected

 

Enrolled

Pass %

 

Received

Male

Female

 
             

B.A.

 

2011 – 2012

 

16

16

12

4

   
   

2012 – 2013

 

15

15

04

11

93%

 
   

2013 – 2014

 

15

15

11

04

100%

 
   

2014 – 2015

 

30

30

19

11

96.07%

 
   

2015 – 2016

 

31

31

19

12

96.77%

 
   

2016 – 2017

 

25

25

19

09

Appeared

 
  1. Diversity of Students:

 

Name of the

Year

 

% of students from

   

Same

         

Course

 

Other State

 

Abroad

 
 

State

     
             
 

2011 – 2012

16 (100%)

 

 

 
 

2012 – 2013

15(100%)

 

 

 

B.A.

2013 – 2014

15(100%)

 

 

 

2014 – 2015

30 (100%)

 

 

 
       
 

2015 – 2016

31(100%)

 

 

 
 

2016 – 2017

25(100%)

 

 

 

 

  1. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as NET, Civil services, Defense services, etc.?
     

Other

Course

NET / SET

Civil Service

Competitive

     

Exams

B. A.

01

01

 

  1. Students Progression: UG to PG
 

2013 – 14

= 13%

 

2013

– 14

= 13%

 

2014 – 15

= 6.89%

 

2015

– 16

= 22.58%

2016 – 17 = Appearing

 

Employed:

 

 

Campus Recruitment

   

   
 

Other than Campus Recruitment

   

   
 

Self Employment

   

17

   
           

30. Details of Infrastructural facilities:

         
 

Library

Department

have

own

library

   

Entitled

“MY

LIBRARY”

scheme

   

with 100 text and reference books

   

and proceedings of International,

   

National

proceeding

of

research

   

Papers.

       

Internet facility for Staff & Students

   

Yes

   

Classrooms with ICT facility

   

Yes

   
 

Laboratories

   

No

   

 

  1. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or other agencies:

20 Students from Government such as free ships, Scholarships etc.

 

2015 – 2016

Miss.Patil Supriya

Rotary Club of Sunrise, Kop.

RS.10000

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

2011 – 12

World Population Day

 

Dr.Sarjerao Saluokhe

Attended General Body Meeting of:

 

The Commercial Co

   

operative Bank

   

Youth Co operative

   

Development Bank

   

Parshwanath Co-Operative

   

Bank

Paper Presentation in National Conference

 

Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Miraj

2012 – 13

Lecture on Financial Literacy

   
     

Visit to Parshwanath Co-Operative Bank

   
     

Visit to Government Press & Library

   
   

2013 – 14

World Population Day

Dr. Manjushri Rohidas

Visit and Attended General Body Meeting

Urban Cooperative Bank, Kolhapur

Inauguration of Study Circle

Dr. Vijay Kakade

Participation in National Seminar

Ichalkaranji

Industrial Visit to Ichalkaranji

Ichalkaranji

Participation State Level Workshop

Ichalkaranji

2014 – 15

World Population Day

Dr. P.A.Koli

Poster Presentation

Shri. Prasna Deshingkar

Special Programme on “Economic

Mahavir College, Kolhapur.

Investment”

   

Visit and Attended General Body Meeting

Commercial Cooperative Bank, Kolhapur.

Essay Writing Competition

Dr. Vasanti Rasam

Inauguration of Study Circle

Dr. J. F. Patil

Workshop on Research Report Writing

Night College of Arts and Commerce

Carrier Opportunities in Banking Sector

The New College, Kolhapur

   

Participation in National Seminar

Arts & Commerce College. Pusegaon

Participated in Avishkar2014

Bharati Vidyapeeth, Kadalgaon

Yadav Asmita Shamarao

   

Industrial Visit

Krishna Industry Gokul Shirgaon

Visit to Bharatiya Sanskruti Ustav

   

Visit to Bheema Krushi Pradarshan

   
  1. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning:
 

Traditional Method

 

Debate

 

ICT

Question & Answer Method

 

Group Discussion

 

Field Work

Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities: Nil

SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans            

Strengths

  • Well qualified and enthusiastic staff. “My Library” Scheme.
  • ICT Based teaching aids.
  • Students with potential of reading, writing and extension.

Weakness

  • Lack of collaborative activities. Lack of Economic incentives
  • Poor placement and consultancy

Opportunities

  • To start PG course.
  • To develop research culture and attitude among the student. Enhancement of extension activities.
  • MoUs with social and academic institution/agency.

Challenges

  • To create employability skill among the students.
  • To start application orientated ad – on courses.

Future Plans

  • To organize various guest lectures and workshops.
  • To make available more library resources.
  • To develop research culture among the students.
  • To conduct case studies and field surveys related socio – economic problems.
  • To organize national seminar/conference/workshop. To start skill based short / crash courses.
  • To setup placement cell with joint efforts with industry and business.