Psychology

1. Name of the Department

Psychology

     

2. Year of Establishment

1985

(UG),

 

2006

(PG)

     

3. Programme / Courses offered

B. A.

 
 

M. A. (Counseling Psychology)

   

4. Interdisciplinary Courses offered

Modern Logic Interdisciplinary Paper

 

involved in syllabus.

 

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

 

 

B. A.

Semester (UG)

 

M. A.

Semester with CBCS (PG)

 

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

 

Communication skill and Personality Development (English Dept.)

 

7. Courses in collaboration with other universities:

   

No

 
               

8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued with reasons: Nil

     
                 

9. Number of Teaching posts :

           
 

Designation

Sanctioned

 

Recruited

 
 

Professors

 

0

   

0

 
 

Associate Professor

 

1

   

1

 
 

Assistant Professor

 

2

   

2

 
 

Others

   

   

 

10. Faculty profile:

Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

Experience

(Years)

Ph. D.

Students

guided for

the last 4

years

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Dr. B. A.

 

M. A. (Psy.)

HOD & Assoc.

Cognitive

 

UG-29

 

7 students

 
 

Ph. D.,

     
 

Naik

 

Professor

Psychology

 

PG-13

 

registered

 
   

M. A. (Philo.)

     
                   
 

S. K.

   

Asst.

Counseling

 

UG-14

     
   

M. A. (Psy.), SET

 

PG-11

 

 
 

Shitole

 

Professor

Psychology

     
               
                     

S. P.

M. A. (Psy), SET,

 

Educational

UG-07

   

NET, M. Phil, M.

Asst. Prof.

Psychology

 

Sankpal

PG-07

 

Ed. SET, NET

       
           
             
  1. List of senior visiting faculty:
 

V. D. Tadsare

Y.C. College, Kolhapur.

 

D. V. Biraje

Kanya College, Miraj.

 

A. S. Ghaste

Kamala College, Kolhapur.

  1. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled by temporary faculty:

M.A. I

25.00%

M.A. II

37.50%

  1. Student – Teacher Ratio Programme Wise:

Year

B. A.

M. A.

2011-12

8 : 1

4 : 1

2012-13

8 : 1

4 : 1

2013-14

8 : 1

4 : 1

2014-15

8 : 1

4 : 1

2015-16

8 : 1

4 : 1

  1. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled: Nil

 Qualifications of teaching faculty with Ph. D/ M. Phil. / PG :

Name of the Faculty

Qualification

Dr. B. A. Naik

Ph.D.

   

S. P. Sankpal

M. Phil

   

S. K. Shitole

PG

   

 

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

Name of Faculty

Funding Agency

Status

Funds Received

 

Dr. B.A. Naik

UGC

Minor Research

 

(Completed)

 
       

S. P. Sankpal

UGC

Minor Research

 

(Ongoing

 
       
  1. Departmental projects funded by DST – FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total grants received: Nil

18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University:

No

  1. Publications:

Name of the Faculty / Student

Number of papers published in

 

peer reviewed journals

 
   

Dr. B. A. Naik

12

 

Shri. Shirish Shitole

06

 

Shri. Suresh Sankpal

17

 

 

Vivek Vitthal Kotekar (Student)

 

01

 

Name of the Faculty

   

Chapter In Books

 

Dr. B. A. Naik

 

11

 
  1. Area of consultancy and income generated: Nil

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

Dr. B. A. Naik

Manasashatra Patrika

Secular Vision

22. Student Projects:

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

B.A. – 100%

M.A. – 100 %

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

16 Students

23. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students:

 

Name of the Faculty

   

Award / Recognition

 
       

1.Best Teacher Award

 
       

2.P.G. Teacher

 

Dr. B. A. Naik

   

3. Ph.D. Guide

 
       

4. BOS Member (2010-15)

 
       

5. BOS Coordinator 2015 onwards

 

S.K. Shitole

   

1. P.G. Teacher

 

S. P. Sankpal

   

1. P.G. Teacher

 

 

Name of the Student

 

Class

 

Award / Recognition

 

Kamble Parvat Pradip

 

M. A.

AVISHKAR 2011-12 PG First Prize

 

(2011-12 for PG)

         

Patil Vilabha Pradip

 

M. A.

AVISHKAR 2012-13 PG First Prize

 

Vivek Vitthal Kotekar (2012-13 for

 

M. A.

Smt. Asha Borude Paritoshik

 

UG)

         

Vivek Vitthal Kotekar

M. A.

State level Research Conference Second

 

(2012-13 for UG)

 

prize

 

Bhoite Pooja Ramesh (2013-14 for

M. A.

The late Balasaheb Desai memorial prize

 

PG)

     

Vivek Vitthal Kotekar

M. A.

The late Balasaheb Desai memorial prize

 

(2015-16 for PG)

     

Vijay Mutnale (2011-12 for PG)

M. A.

Avishkar Research Competation 2nd Prize

 

Vivek Vitthal Kotekar (2013-14)

M. A.

State Level Conference 1st Prize for

 
   

Research Paper

 

Vivek Vitthal Kotekar (2013-14)

M. A.

State Level Conference 1st Prize for

 
   

Research paper

 

Poonam Raykar (2015-16)

M. A.

State Level Conference 1st Prize for

 
   

Research paper

 

Poonam Raykar (2016-17)

M. A.

State Level Conference 1st Prize for

 
   

Research paper

 

Poonam Raykar (2015-16)

M. A.

State Level Conference 1st Prize for

 
   

Research paper

 

Pooja Sawant (2014-15 UG)

M. A.

State Level Conference 1st Prize for

 
   

Research paper

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

Dr. D. S. Janbandhu

 

S.W. Deshpande

 

Dr. Gautam Gavali

 

Dr. Shubhada Diwan

 

Dr.Bharat Desai

Dr. V. K. Dubule

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

Theme

Level

Funding Agency

 

NET-SET Preparation in

University

College

 

Psychology

   
     

Marathi Manasashatra

State

ICSSR

 

Parishad

   
     

MPSC Revised Syllabus

University

Shivaji University

 

Faculty Development for

University

Shivaji University

 

Teachers

   
     

Every year department organizes Workshop on Research Methodology for UG and PG students for their Research orientation

Every year department organizes Career conference for UG and PG students for their Career determination.

  1. Student profile programme /course wise:

 

Course

Year

Application

Selected

Enrolled

Pass

 

s Received

   

%

 

Male

Female

 
       

B.A.III

2011-12

27

27

18

09

94.00%

 

M.A.I

 

36

27

20

07

96.00%

 

B.A.III

2012-13

26

26

20

06

92.00%

 

M.A.I

 

38

27

20

07

96.00%

 

B.A.III

2013-14

28

28

21

07

93.00%

 

M.A.I

 

36

27

20

07

96.00%

 

B.A.III

2014-15

27

27

19

08

96.00%

 

M.A.I

 

32

26

16

08

96.00%

 

B.A.III

2015-16

26

26

22

04

92.00%

 

M.A.I

 

32

26

14

07

90.00%

  1. Diversity of Students:

 

Name of the

Year

 

% of students from

   

Course

Same State

 

Other State

 

Abroad

 
       

B.A.III

2011-12

100

 

00

 

 

M.A. I & II

 

100

 

00

 

 

B.A.III

2012-13

100

 

00

 

 

M.A. I & II

 

93

 

7

 

 

B.A.III

2013-14

100

 

00

 

 

M.A. I & II

 

93

 

7

 

 

B.A.III

2014-15

100

 

00

 

 

M.A. I & II

 

89

 

11

 

 

B.A.III

2015-16

100

 

00

 

 

M.A.

 

96

 

4

 

 

 

  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.

   

02

       

29. Students Progression:

     
 

UG to PG

   

50%

 

PG to M. Phil.

   

 

Employed:

       
 

Campus Recruitment

 

 
 

Other than Campus Recruitment

 

 
 

Self Employment

   

10%

 
       

30. Details of Infrastructural facilities:

     
 

Library

   

Yes

 

Internet facility for Staff &

 

Available at Department

 

Students

       

Classrooms with ICT facility

 

Yes

 

Laboratories

Yes

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

Pooja Bhoite PG scholarship Rs.40,000/- from UGC

 

Vivek Kotekar Merit Scholarship from Shivaji University, Kolhapur

 

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

2012 – 13

World Mental Health Day- Dr.Shubhada Divan

 

2015 – 16

World Mental Health Day- Dr. Dhananjay Deolalkar

 

  1. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning:

 

Group Discussions

UG & PG

Question – answers

UG & PG

Panel Discussion

UG & PG

Brain Storming

UG & PG

Use of ICT

UG & PG

Movies/Clips

UG & PG

Poster Presentation

UG & PG

  1. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities:
  • Career conference with poster presentation.
  • Poster exhibition on Violence.
  • Mental Health awareness through street play.
  • Celebration of Cognitive day Programme.
  • Voter’s registration campaign.
  • Celebration of Mental health day.

SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans -

Strengths

  • Only one P.G Department counseling psychology in the university Consistently students having merit list/ rank holders
  • Students’ participation and paper presentations in conferences
  • Students’ participation in Avishkaar state level research competition Organization of career conference for every year
  • Fully resourced psychological lab.
  • Faculty having strong academic and research orientation
  • Faculty contributing directly for socio educational development of society.

Weakness

  • PG course is unaided
  • Unavailability of technical and nonteaching staff Insufficient infrastructure
  • Limited economic recourses

Opportunities

  • Organization of research workshops for students every year. P.G. Lab. Recognition.
  • Placements of counselors in various organizations. Making available professional counseling services.

Challenges

  • Getting fewer students for undergraduate course due to openings of new departments on non grant basis in various colleges.
  • Imbibing professional outlook among students for counseling. Attracting students to psychology course.

Future Plans

  • To publishing research papers by teachers/students. Consultation and Counseling service to society.
  • Regular use of E-content and use of ICT.
  • To use of modern teaching methodologies (Paper presentations, group discussions, study visits, wall papers, article collection etc.)
  • To collaborate with other institutes or department for academic development of students and faculty.
  • To organize state/National level conferences.
  • To organize seminars, workshops, poster exhibition etc.
  • Celebration of important days related to psychology e.g. World Mental Health day, Cognitive day.
  • To organize lectures of eminent scholars.
  • To develop Departmental Laboratory and library.