Department of Economics

1.      Name of the Department:   Economics

2.      Year of Establishment:  June 1962

3.      Names of programmes offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated Masters;  Integrated                                Ph.D., D.Sc., D.Utt., etc.)    UG.

4.      Names of interdisciplinary courses and the departments/ units involved: - Nil

5.      Examination System: Annual/Semester (Trimester Choice Based Credit) System- Semester                             System.

6.      Participation of department in the courses offered by other department:-  Nil

7.      Courses in collaboration with other univeristites, industries, foreign institutions:- Nil

8.      Details of progammes discountiuned if any with reasons:- Nil

9.      Number of teaching posts sanctioned, filled and actual -

 

Sanctioned

Filled

Associate Professor

03

03

Assistant Professor  CHB

01

01

10.    Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, area of specialization, experience and                        research under guidance.

Sr. no

Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

Experience

1

  Mr. Hirugade M.B.

         M.A., M. Phil.,

         HOD & Asso. Prof.

Economics

33Years

2

          Mr. Patil V.B.

          M.A.

         Asso. Prof.

Economics

30 Years

3

Smt. KadamT.V.

         M.A. M. Phil (Ph. D Registered)

           Asso. Prof.

Economics

26Years

4

 Mr. Harale T.A.

           M.A. D.H.E.

         Asso. Prof.

Economics

25 Years

5

         Dr. Shinde V.R.

         M.A. ,M. Phil 

          Asst. Prof.(CHB)

Economics

07 Years

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11.    List of senior visiting faculty: - Nil

12.    Percentage of leacture delivered and practical course handled (Programmeewise) by                             temporary faculty - programme-wise information :- B.A. Grantable 60 %, Non Grantable                      40 %

 13.   Program me-wise Student Teacher Ratio: --

Sr .No

Class

Years

No .of Students

No. of Faculty

Ratio

1

B.Com I

  Div. A,B,C

2015-2016

379

04

94.75:1

2

B.Com II (Div. A,B)

2015-2016

265

04

66.25:1

3

B.Com III (Div .A ,B)

2015-2016

219

04

54.75:1

4

B.A I

  Div. A,B,

2015-2016

226

03

75.33:1

5

B.A. II

 (Div. A)

2015-2016

55

03

18.33:1

6

B.A III

 (Div .A )

2015-2016

26

03

8.66:1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14.    Number of academic support staff(technical) and administrative staff: Nil

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

          Facultywith M.Phil.-03, Faculty with P.G. – 02

16.    Number of faculty with ongoing projects from

         a. National funding agency:- Nil

         b. International funding agencies:-  Nil

17.    Department projects funded by DST-FST; UGC DBT, ICSSR and total grants    received:  - Nil

18.    Research centre/ faculty recognized by the university:- Nil

19.    Publications:

         Mr. Hirugade M.B. :- 02

         Miss Shinde V.R.:-  04

20.    Areas of consultancy and income generated-  Nil

21.    Faculty serving in:

         (a) National committees— Nil

         (b) International committees- Nil

         (c) Editorial Boards - Nil

22.    Student projects

         a)  Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including interdepartmental projects                           —   Yes, B.A.  100 % & B.Com III (up to 2013-14) ----100%

         b)  Percentage of students doing projfects in collaboration with other industry/ institute :- Nil

23. Awards /recognitions received at the national and international level by

• Faculty –

  1.          Smt. Kadam T.V. Awarded ‘Adrash Shikshak Puraskar ‘ From

         Rotary & Innerwheel Club Ichalkaranji on 5th Sept 2013.

    2.           Mr. Patil V.B. awarded ‘Adrash Shikshak Puraskar ‘ From

         Maratha Mandal Ichalkaranji on 19th Feb 2017.

• Students: ---   

          1) State Level Quiz Competition (Manoranjan Mandal Ichalkaranji)  2012-2013:-- 3rd Prize

         i. Shri.   Jawle Shekher  Rama     B.A. III                                                                       

         ii. Shri. Ghorpade Aashish  Aanda –B.A III

           iii. Miss. More Maya           B.A. II

           iv. Miss. Chavan Priyanka B.A. II

           v. Miss. More Maya           B.A. II

        vi Miss. Chavan Priyanka B.A. II

          vii Shri.  Kumbhar Swapnil  & Swami Umesh Chidanad B.A. II-Gold Medal in yuva- Sapandan Competition, Amravati Dance State Level Competition 8 to 11th Jan 2015

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

25.    Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding                                                      (national\international) with details of outstanding participants, if any. :- Nil

26.    Student profile programme-wise:

         B.Com. Students: ---

Sr. No.

Name of the course & Year

Application Received

 No of students Admitted

 Pass Percentage %

Total

Male

Female

 

1

B.Com I

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015-2016

650

368

204

164

55.43

2

B.Com II

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015-2016

264

264

155

109

58.71

3

B.Com III

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015-2016

218

218

125

93

57.33

        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.A. Students: ---

Sr. No.

Name of the course & Year

Application Received

 No of students Admitted

Pass Percentage %

Total

Male

Female

 

1

B.A. I

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015-2016

650

226

99

127

43.80

2

B.A. II

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015-2016

55

55

25

30

45.45

3

B.A.III

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015-2016

26

26

19

07

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

27.    Diversity of Students -2015-16

Name of the Course

% of Students from Same State

% of Students from other State

%of Students from Abroad

B. A.

100

___  

___

B. Com.

100

-----

____

 

 

 

 

 

 

28.    How many students have cleared national and state competitive  and Defence Services examinations, such as NET, SET, GATE civil  services defense services etc.:- 04

29.    Student progression-2015-16

Student Progression

Percentage against enrolled

UG to PG

26%

Employed

10%

Entrepreneurship/Self Employment

15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

30.    Infrastructural facilitities

         (a) Library -----Central (Common) Library.

         (b) Internet facilities for staff and students available at IT and central library

         (c)  Class rooms with ICT facility-01= Common ICT –Auditorium & (I.T.Lab.).

         (d) Laboratories:- -

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

                 Students from socially and economically under privileged groups are getting                                          scholarship/freeship from state Government

32.    Details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with                   external experts.

Sr. No.

Title of the Programme

Name of Guest Lecturer

Date

1

How to Write Project

Dr. J. A. Deshmukh & Dr. S. I. Noorani

28th Jan.2014

2

Employment Exchange Registration Programme

Shri.Biranje (Government Officer)

2nd Aug.2015

3

Awareness Swine Flu Programme

Shri. Sunny Bagade

13th Sept.2015

4

Disaster Management

Shri. Sanap (DYSP) Ichalkaranji

30th  Aug. 2015

5

Vocational Guidance of business

Aditya Raj

8th  Feb 2016

6

Investment Awareness Programme (Mutuchal Fund ,other)

Dr.Shaha R.S.& Mr.Haidar Mulani

10th Feb 2016

7

SEBI –Investment Awareness Programme.

Shri .Sanjay Shirguppe & Sarjekhan

12th Feb2016

 

33.    Teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.

                 Lecture method  wInternet wGroup Discussion w Unit Test w Debtate    
                 Quize w Wall paper presentation.

34 .   Participation in institutional social responsibility (ISR) and extension activities:

            a. NSS – Plantation, Save Babay Girl campaign, Blood Donation,

           b. Environment awareness programee.

35.    SWOC analysis and future plans of the departmentStrengths:-

Streangth

  1. Survey and project based teaching learning process.
  2. Faculty involved in research
  3. Conducting students centric activites to devlop entrepreneurship skills amoung students

Weaknesses:-

  1.  Lack of PG programme.
  2. Lack of certificate course.
  3. Lack of national, seminar, conference and workshops

Opportunities:-

  1. To conduct survey on socio economic status of textile workers in industrial city of Ichalkaranji.
  2. To undertake interdisciplinary research to address investigates socio economical problems in rural sector.
  3. To devlop linkages with industries through MoU and collaborations.

Challenges:-

  1. To address socio economical problems of urban and rural population through curriculam.

Future plan of the department.

  1. To introduce short term cources in Micro Finanace, Co-operative education training, and Divanji.
  2. To organize national seminar / conference
  3. To organize exhibition of industrial goods manufactured by college alumni.