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The department of Mathematics was established in 1996, with Under Graduate course. Further in 2013, M.Sc. in Mathematics was introduced. The department offers three-years (Six Semesters) B.Sc. Programme in Mathematics. In Addition, the department offers two-years (Four Semesters) M. Sc. Programme in Mathematics and total intake capacity of P. G. Programme is 20 (Twenty). Our faculty members specialize in various areas of Algebra, Analysis, Applied Mathematics and Computational Programming. The objectives of the department are to impart quality education to those seeking admission to M. Sc., M. Phil. and Ph. D. Programmes, promote theoretical and applied research, publish original works and develop interaction with other departments of the college, industries and other organizations. Faculty members in the Department are highly qualified and having research collaboration with different National and International Institutions. The Department has a good computing facility.

The motto of the department is ‘strive for excellence’ and right from the beginning the staff and students of the department have been trying their level best to achieve this goal. The department keeps an excellent and consistent academic record since its inception. Majority of the students have earned their degree with first class, and many of them with distinction, from this department. The guidance and counseling of the department help the students for their overall development and especially the character, behavior and their career.

Vision - MATHEMATICS AS A PATH TO PROGRESS AND AS A BASE OF EXISTENCE.

Goal -

  • To assist students in acquiring a conceptual understanding of the nature and structure of mathematics, its processes, and applications.
  • Provide students with opportunities for service and research.

 AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

        

  1. To make awareness among the students about Historical Land Marks.
  2. To create Interest in students about, International, National as well as Local History.
  3. To arrange visit to the various places and to know the importance of historical event, information document etc.
  4. To encourage the students about writing History.
  5. To inspire the students for Historical research work.

 

ACADEMIC PLANNING

 

Sr. No

Month

Activity

1

June

Admission, Welcome function

2

July

Bridge course, Syllabus discussion.

3

Aug

One day tour for field work.

4

Sept

Field work

5

Oct

Open Book Test, Remedial coaching

6

Nov

Quiz competition, Group Discussion.

7

Dec

Guest lectures, Syllabus follow up.

8

Jan

Result and syllabus discussion

9

Feb

Syllabus discussion

10

Mar

Syllabus discussion

11

Apr

B.A-I, B.A-II, B.A-III Exams.

12

May

Summer vacation

PAPERS AND SYLLABUS TAUGHT

(B.A.-I, II, III Integrated Course)

HISTORY SYLLABUS

 

Sr.

No.

Class

History Paper

Title

Name Of The Teacher

2019-20

1

B.A I

Semi-I Paper-I

HISTORY OF MODERN INDIA [1857-1947]

Dr.V.A.Dewoolkar

2

B.A I

Semi-II Paper-I

HISTORY OF MODERN INDIA-SOCIETY & ECONOMY

Dr.V.A.Dewoolkar

3

B.A II

Semi-III Paper-II

LANDMARKS IN WORLD HISTORY[1300 A.D-1945 A.D]

Dr.V.A.Dewoolkar

4

B.A II

Semi-IV Paper-II

LANDMARKS IN WORLD HISTORY[1300 A.D-1945 A.D]

Dr.V.A.Dewoolkar

5

B.A II

Semi-III Paper-III

ANCIENT INDIA FROM EARLIEST TIMES TO 1000 A.D.

Dr.V.A.Dewoolkar

6

B.A II

Semi-IV Paper-III

ANCIENT INDIA FROM EARLIEST TIMES TO 1000 A.D.

Dr.V.A.Dewoolkar

7

B.A III

Semi-V

Paper-IV

HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL INDIA [1000 CE-1526 CE]

Dr.V.A.Dewoolkar

8

B.A III

 Sem-V

Paper-V

HISTORY OF MODERN MAHARASHTRA[1818 CE-1960CE]

Dr.V.A.Dewoolkar

9

B.A III

Sem –V

Paper-VI

INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY

Dr.V.A.Dewoolkar

10

B.A.

III

Semi-VI

Paper-IV

HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL INDIA[1526 CE-1707 CE ]

Dr.V.A.Dewoolkar

11

B.A.

III

Semi-VI

Paper-V

HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY INDIA [1947 CE- 2000 CE ]

Dr.V.A.Dewoolkar

12

B.A.

III

Semi-VI

Paper-VI

INTRODUCTION TO MUSEOLOGY & ARCHIVAL SCIENCE

Dr.V.A.Dewoolkar

Dr. V. A. Dewoolkar
Asso. Professor and Head

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

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STRENGTH OF THE STUDENTS

 

 

Class/Year

 

2015-16

 

2016-17

 

2017-18

 

2018-19

 

2019-20

B.A. 1

55

31

18

32

28

B.A. II

13

17

18

22

28

B.A. III

14

09

09

06

08

Total

82

57

45

60

64

RESULT AND STATISTICS

B.A. – III (HISTORY)

 

 

CLASS/YEAR

 

GRADE

 

2015-16

 

2016-17

 

2017-18

 

2018-19

 

2019-20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.A. III

 

O

00

00

00

00

 

00

 

A

04

02

04

01

 

      02

 

B

04

02

03

02

 

06

 

 

C

01

03

01

01

 

00

 

 

D

00

00

00

00

 

00

 

 

FAIL

05

02

01

02

 

00

 

 

TOTAL

14

09

09

06

 

08