Education

1. Name of the Department

Education

   

2. Year of Establishment

04 June, 1985

   

3. Programme / Courses offered

B. A. B. Ed. (Integrated) 4 years

   

4. Interdisciplinary Courses offered

B. A. B. Ed. An Interdisciplinary U.G.

 

Course.

 

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

B. A. B. Ed.

Semester Pattern

  1. Participation of department in the courses offered by other departments:

Yes, Student participation in the courses offered by Marathi, Hindi, English Departments.

   

Subject

     

Name of Certificate Course

 
   

Hindi

 

Hindi Translation

           
   

Marathi

 

Intro. To Theatre & Comm. Skills

   
   

English

 

Certificate Course in English

   
             

Communication & Personality Dev.

 
                     

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

   

       

03 (Retired)

 
 

Assistant Professor

   

15

 

11

   
 

Others

       

   

04

   

Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

Experience (Years)

Ph. D. Students guided for last 4 years

Smt. N.R.Patil

M.A. M.Ed., M.Phill.

Associate Professor

Teacher Education

26

Dr. S. B. Makubhai

M. A. M. Ed., M. Phil, Ph. D.

Associate Professor

History Education

24

-

Dr. M. A. Vijapure

M. A. M. Ed., M. Phil, Ph. D.

Associate Professor

Comparative Education

24

-

Dr. S. C. Pandit

M. A. M. Ed., M. Phil, Ph. D.

Assistant Professor

Teacher Education

24

-

Dr. S. V. Kalebag

M. Sc., M. Ed., Ph. D.

Assistant Professor

Psychology, Teacher Education

17

7

Dr. R. B. Mirajkar

M. A. M. Ed., SET,  M. Phil, Ph. D.

Assistant Professor

Educational Technology

21

4

Dr. S. K. Patil   

M. A. M. Ed., M. Phil, Ph. D.

Assistant Professor

Education of Exceptional Children

23

4

Dr. S. R. Menon           

M. A. M. Ed., MBA, Ph. D.

Assistant Professor

Educational Technology, Educational administration and Planning,

24

-

Smt. M. D. Shetake

M. A. M. Ed. M. Phil    

Assistant Professor

Educational & Vocational Guidance

24

-

Dr. S. A. Dhanawade

M. Sc., M. Ed., SET, NET, Ph. D.

Assistant Professor

Environmental Education

15

-

Dr. M. A. Maygonda

M. A. M. Ed., M. Phil, Ph. D.

Assistant Professor

Teacher Education

24

-

Dr. S. S. Mandale

M. A. M. Ed., M. Phil, Ph. D.

Assistant Professor

Education of Exceptional Children

21

-

Shri. A. R Bansode

M. A. M. Ed., M. Phil, Ph. D.

Assistant Professor

Special Education

07

-

Shri. A. N. Chougule

M. A. M. Ed., M. Phil, Ph. D.

Assistant Professor

Guidance and Counseling Education

04

-

11. List of senior visiting faculty : Nil

 

 

               

 

12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled by

     

 

 

temporary faculty:

               
 

B. A. B. Ed.

 

26%

         
             
 

13. Student – Teacher Ratio Programme Wise:

         
 

B. A. B. Ed.

 

1:24

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

Name of the Faculty

Qualification

Smt. N. R. Patil

M. A. M. Ed., M. Phil.

Dr. S. B. Makhubai

M. A. M. Ed., M. Phil., Ph. D.

Dr. M. A. Vijapure

M. A. M. Ed., M. Phil., Ph. D.

Dr. S. C. Pandit

M. A. M. Ed., M. Phil., Ph. D.

Dr. S. V. Kalebag

M. Sc., M. Ed. Ph. D.

Dr. R. B. Mirajkar

M. A. M. Ed., SET, M. Phil., Ph. D.

Dr. S. K. Patil

M. A. M. Ed., M. Phil., Ph. D.

Dr. S. R. Menon

M. A. M. Ed., MBA, Ph. D.

Smt. M. D. Shetake

M. A. M. Ed., M. Phil.

Dr. S. A. Dhanawade

M. Sc., M. Ed. SET, NET, Ph. D.

Dr. M. A. Maygonda

M. A. M. Ed., Ph. D.

Dr. S. S. Mandale

M. A. M. Ed., Ph. D.

Shri. A. R. Bansode

M. A. M. Ed., M. Phil., SET

Shri. A. N. Chougule

M. A. M. Ed. NET, SET

  1. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from funding agencies & grants received:

Name of Faculty

Funding Agency

Status

Funds

     

Received

Dr. R. B. Mirajkar

UGC

Completed

86,645

Dr. S. S. Mandale

UGC

Completed

60,854

Dr. S. K. Patil

UGC

Completed

64,014

Dr. S. C. Pandit

UGC

Completed

46,999

Dr. S. A. Dhanwade

UGC

Completed

85,000

Smt. N. R. Patil

UGC

Completed

55,000

Shri. A. R. Bansode

UGC

Ongoing

50,000

  1. Departmental projects funded by DST – FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total grants received: 5 Lakhs 65 Thousand Rs.

18.

Research Centre /facility recognized by the University:

 

No

19.

Publications:

       

Name of Faculty / Student

Number of papers published in

peer reviewed journals

 
 
 

Dr. M. A. Vijapure

 

10

 

Dr. S. B. Mahubhai

 

02

 
 

Smt. N. R. Patil

02

 
 

Dr. S. C. Pandit

25

 
 

Dr. S. V. Kalebag

23

 
 

Dr. R. B. Mirajkar

28

 
 

Dr. S. K. Patil

36

 
 

Smt. M. D. Shetake

04

 
 

Dr. S. A. Dhanwade

05

 
 

Dr. M. A. Maygonda

03

 
 

Dr. S. S. Mandale

05

 
 

Shri. A. R. Bansode

19

 
 

Shri. A. N. Chougule

04

 
       
 

Chapter in Books

05

 
 

Books Edited

02

 
       
 

Faculty Name

Books with ISBN/ISSN

 

Dr. M. A. Vijapure

ISBN No. 978-93-83796-16-8

 

Swacchanda Prakashan, Kolhapur

   
 

Dr. M. A. Vijapure

ISBN No. 978-93-523-3934

 

Swacchanda Prakashan, Kolhapur

   
 

Dr. S. S. Mandale

ISBN No. 978-81-9229-14-4-4

 

Akshay Prakashan, Ratnagiri

   
 

Dr. S. B. Makubhai

978-81-921721-4-9 Akshardeep

 

Prakashan, Kolhapur

  1. Area of consultancy and income generated: Nil

21. Faculty working as member on various committees / Boards:

 

Editorial Board

01

22. 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 Research laboratories / Industry / other agencies

 

 

Nil

  1. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students:

Name of the Faculty

 

Award / Recognition

 
   

Adarsha Shikshika Puraskar

 

Dr. M. A. Vijapure

 

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar

 
 

Sahitya Ratna Puraskar

 
 

Kranti Jyoti Phule Shikshak

 
   

Ratna Puraskar

 

Dr. S. K. Patil

 

Adarsha Shikshika Puraskar

 

Dr. S. S. Mandale

 

Karmavir Bhaurao Patil

 
   

Shikshanshatra Puraskar

 

Dr. S. V. Kalebag

 

Excellent teacher award

 

 

Name of the

Class

Type

Award /

 

Student

   

Recognition

 

Priyanka Patil

B. A. B. Ed.

State Level

Yuva Puraskar

 

Govt. of MH.

(Rs. 50,000)

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

Name

Designation

 

Prof. Dr. M. S. Padmini

Head, Dept of Education, Shivaji University, Kolhapur.

 

Dr. Chitra Sohani

Prof. Dept of Education, SNDT, Women’s University, Pune

 

Dr. Shefali Pandya

Head, Dept of Education, University of Mumbai.

 

Dr. D. R. More

Dicector, BCUD, Shivaji University, Kolhapur.

 

Dr. Ajay Sali

Joint Director, Kolhapur Region

   

Dr. Ganesh Hegde

Deputy Advisor,NAAC, Bangalore

   

Dr. Jaggannath Dange

Asst. Professor, Dept. of Edu., Kuvempu Univs., Shimoga.

 

Dr. Nilima Sapre

Assistant Professor,Dept. of Education,SUK, Kolhapur

 

Dr. Satish Ghatage

Professor, Vivekanand College, Kolhapur

 

Dr. Vidyanand Khandagale

Assistant Professor,Dept. of Education,SUK, Kolhapur

 

Dr. Shantam Bute

Principal, Govt. College of Education, Kolhapur

 

Dr. Pratibha Patankar

Professor,Dept. of Education,SUK, Kolhapur

 

Dr. Laxmikant Deshmukh

District Collector

   

Dr. Rajendra Kumbhar

Principal, RajarshiShahu College, Kolhapur

 

Dr. G. S. Patil

Associate Professor,Dept. of Education,SUK, Kolhapur

 

Dr. Chetana Sonkamble

Associate Professor,Dept. of Education,SUK, Kolhapur

 

25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding

Theme

 

Level

 

Funding Agency

National curriculum

 

National

 

Shivaji University,

Development, NAAC.

   

Kolhapur.

     

Constructivist approach

 

University

 

Shivaji University,

and Lesson planning

   

Kolhapur

     

New Approach in Teacher

           

Shivaji University,

Education and New

   

University

     
           

Kolhapur

 

Education Policy

                 
                       

Challenges in Teachers

                     

Education, Physical

   

National

       

UGC

   

Education and Sports.

                       

Revamping Teacher

   

National

       

Self-Funded

Education.

                 
                             

New dimensions of Higher

 

National

       

Self-Funded

26. Student profile programme/course wise:

                 

Course

   

Year

 

Applications

Selected

   

Enrolled

 

Pass

 
     

Received

 

Male

 

Female

%

 
                   
   

2011-12

 

105

66

18

 

49

 

91.04%

 

B. A.

 

2012-13

 

102

68

16

 

52

 

97.00%

 
 

2013-14

 

100

73

26

 

47

 

97.00%

 

B. Ed.

         
 

2014-15

 

100

71

23

 

48

 

98.00%

 
           
   

2015-16

 

118

43

12

 

31

 

99.00%

 
                         

27. Diversity of Students:

                     

Name of

               

% of students from

   

the

     

Year

 

Same

 

Other State

 

Abroad

 

Course

           

State

     
                             
     

2011-12 (80 Students)

 

100

 

       

 

B. A. B.

 

2012-13 (80 Students)

 

100

 

       

 
 

2013-14 (80 Students)

 

100

 

       

 

Ed.

               
 

2014-15 (80 Students)

 

99

 

01

       

 
                   
     

2015-16 (100 Students)

 

98

 

02

       

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

Course

 

NET/

 

Civil

 

State Government

 

Teacher

 
 

SET

 

Service

     
                   

B. A. B. Ed.

 

03

 

01

 

15

 

44

 
               

29. Students Progression:

             
 

UG to PG

           

80%

 

Employed:

                 
 

Campus Recruitment

       

 
 

Other than Campus Recruitment

   

 
 

Self Employment

       

15%

 
                       
  1. Details of Infrastructural facilities:

Library

 

Textbooks – 4146

   

Reference Books – 866

   

Magazine / Journals – 06

   

CDs/DVDs – 256

   

Teaching Aids – 176

   

Journal Reading books – 131

   

OHP – 02

   

N List – 01

Internet facility for Staff & Students

Yes

Classrooms with ICT facility

Yes

Laboratories

03

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

All eligible students get financial assistance from government schemes like scholarships, freeships etc.

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

Activity

Expert

Creativity workshop

Mrs. Vandana Lad

Teaching Aids Workshop

Dwarkanath Bhosale

Lecture on Superstitions

Shri. Krishna Koge, Social Worker

Lecture on Guidance for Career

Mrs. Shubhangi Thorat, Chief Editor

 

Madhurangan Daily Sakaal

Warli painting workshop

Dr. Chandrakant Mithari

Rakhi Making Workshop

Radhika Rajendra Patil

Sexual Harassment at work

Dr. Kranti Jejurkar, Chairman Women

place : Prohibition and remedies

Development Cell, Mumbai

SUPW Workshop

Priyanka Patil, Vice President, Alumni

 

Assoc., B. A. B. Ed. Unit

Best from Waste Workshop

Mrs. Priya Bhoikar, Swayam Siddha,

 

Kolhapur.

Anti Ragging Law Activity

Adv. Mangala Patil – Badadare .

   

Visits / Study tours

  • Commercial Bank
  • Gokul Milk Project, Kolhapur
  • Swayam Mentally Challenged Students School
  • Dnyan Prabhodhani’s Blind School
  • Helpers of the Handicapped Balgram Panahala.
  • Navodya Vidyalaya, Kagal Old age Home Bahubali.
  • Shah High School, Bahubali Blood Bank, Kolhapur
  • Government Bank, Kolhapur.
  • Chandrakant Mandhare Art Gallery, Kolhapur. Photography Exhibition.
  • Koyna Dam.
  1. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning:
 

Lecture method

 

Seminars

 

Self Study Method

 

Discussion method

 

Debating and demonstration

 

Screening of Movies &

     

Documentary

 

Group discussion

 

ICT

 

Tutorials

 

Lecture cum demonstration

 

  1. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities:
  • Participation in Pulse Polio Programme. Visit to Old Age Home.
  • AIDS Awareness programmes. Tree plantation.
  •  Blood donation camp
  • Disaster Management Programme
  •  Participation in Dasara festival as a Police Mitra. National voting awareness.
  • Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Rally. Sadbhavana Rally.
  • Rain water harvesting.
  •  Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.
  1. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans

 

Strengths

  • Out of 14 faculty member, 10 are Ph. Ds and others are perusing research degree. Department has received 4, 88, 512 Rs. through Research Project funded by UGC. Research Publication of department in last 5 years more than 100

Weakness

  • Counseling Services Consultancy

Opportunities

  • Students have scope in Civil Services and teaching To start self funded educational institutions.

Challenges

  • Placement
  • To develop Research culture among students

Future Plans

  • To organize National Conferences and Seminars.
  • To undertake different projects beneficial to society at large.