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Department Profile:Chemistry

INDEX


1. Department At a Glance


SR.NO.
CRIATERIA
DETAILS
1 Name of Department Chemistry
2 Year of establishment 2020
3 Number of sanctioned post teachers 04
4 Number of vacant post of teachers -
5 Number of whole time teachers 04
6 Number of part-time teachers -
7 Programmes offered by the Department B.Sc. in Chemistry
8 Add-oncourses offered by the Department 01
9 Number of students enrolled (2020-21) 47
10 Number of students passed(2020-21) 45
11 Number of Research Paper published in UGC approved journals -
12 Number of Research Papers published in Proceedings volume 2
13 Number of Authored Books -
14 Number of Edited Books -
15 Number of Chapters in Edited Books 0
16 Awards and recognitions received by the teaching staff -
17 Number of teaching staff having Ph.D. Guideship -
18 Number of Conferences/Seminars/Symposia/ Workshops attended by teachers 20
19 Number of International Conferences/Seminars/ Symposia/Workshops attended by teachers 7
20 Number of Orientation Programmes/ Refresher Courses/Faculty Development Programmes attended -
21 Number of Conferences/Seminars/Symposia/ Workshops organized by the Department -
22 Number of Extension programmes organized by the Department -
23 Number of Field Works/Study Tours conducted for students (June2016toMay2021) 02
24 Number of books in the Departmental Library 10
25 Number of computers in the Department 1
26 Printers available in the Department -



2. Departmental Aims and Objectives &Vision and Mission


Vision:

The Department of Chemistry is dedicated to the instruction, training, and intellectual growth of undergraduate students through active research.

Mission:

To advance the intellectual, technological, cultural, and economic condition of the state, region, and nation through the discovery and development of new knowledge in the field of chemistry.

aims and Goals:

• To provide knowledge of the facts, principles, concepts and laws of science

• To develop skills in experimentation, observation, drawing, problem solving and manipulating apparatus.

• To impart training in scientific method. Scientific method is a systematic procedure of solving problems in a scientific manner.

• To develop interest in science by participating in science-related co-curricular activities and reading scientific literature.




3. Perspective Plan of the Department of Five Years


(From 2020-21 to 2025-26)

• To introduce short term courses.
• To organize workshops and conferences
• To develop MoU and linkages
• To boost research activities
• To integrate ICT in teaching and learning process


4. Teacher Profile


SR.NO. Name of the Faculty Qualification Designation Experience Nature of Appointment
1 Mrs. Anuradha Dhairyashil Pawar M.Sc., B.Ed Ph. D. appea Assistant Professor 09 Years Full Time Temporary
2 Miss Priyanka Tanaji Suryavanshi. M.Sc. Assistant Professor 02 Years Full Time Temporary
3 Mr. Suraj Sunil Salunkhe. M.Sc. Ph.D. appear Assistant Professor 01 Years Full Time Temporary
4 Miss. Tejaswi Sanjay Jadhavt M.Sc. Assistant Professor 01 Years Full Time Temporary



5. Student Profile


Year
No. of enrolled Students
2021-2022 92
2020-2021 47



6. Programmes for Advanced Learners and Slow Learners


SR.NO.
Activity
Class For slow learners/
Advanced Learners
1 Remedial Coaching B.Sc. I
B.Sc. II
B.Sc. III
For slow learners
2 Group Discussion B.Sc. III For Advanced Learners
3 Seminars by Students B.Sc. III For Advanced Learners
4 Library Visits B.Sc.III For both
5 Workshops and Seminars B.Sc. I
B.Sc. II
B.Sc. III
For both
6 Guest/Expert Lecture B.Sc. I
B.Sc. II
B.Sc. III
For both
7 Certificate Programmes
(COC –Instrumental
Method Of Chemistry Analysis)
B.Sc. I
B.Sc. II
B.Sc. III
For both
8 Unit Test/Surprise Test/Open Book Test B.Sc. I
B.Sc. II
B.Sc. III
For both



7. Student Centric Methods


SR.NO. Methods Activity
1 Experiential Learning 1. Research Projects
2. PPT
3. YouTube Video Lectures
4. Study Tours
2 Participative Learning 1. Seminars by students
2. Expert lectures
3. Workshops
3 Problem Solving 1. Surprise Tests
2. Home Assignments



8. Use ICT Enabled Tools for Teaching and Learning


SR.NO. Name of the Teacher ICT Tools E–resources and Apps
1 Mrs. Anuradha Dhairyashil Pawar. 1.LCD Projector
2.Smart phone
3. Laptop
4.LAN/Wi-fi
1. Zoom Meetings
2.Whats app
3.Google forms
4.E-mails
5. Educational Websites
6. PPT
2 Miss. Priyanka Tanaji Suryawanshi. 1.LCD Projector
2.Smart phone
3. Laptop
4.LAN/Wi-fi
1. Zoom Meetings
2.Whats app
3.Google forms
4.E-mails
5. Educational Websites
6. PPT
3 Mr. Suraj Sunil Salunkhe. 1.LCD Projector
2.Smart phone
3. Laptop
4.LAN/Wi-fi
1. Zoom Meetings
2.Whats app
3.Google forms
4.E-mails
5. Educational Websites
6. PPT
4 Miss. Tejswi Sanjay Jadhav 1.LCD Projector
2.Smart phone
3. Laptop
4.LAN/Wi-fi
1. Zoom Meetings
2.Whats app
3.Google forms
4.E-mails
5. Educational Websites
6. PPT



9. Digital Learning Resources


SR.NO. Digital Resource Numbers
1 Computers with Internet connectivity 01
2 LED Projector 01
3 Laptops (personal) 02



10. Programme and Course Outcomes


Programme Specific Outcome


1) Bachelor of Commerce:


Student graduating with a Bachelor of science degree in Chemistry demonstrates an ability of:

• Think critically: The graduates can identify the assumptions that frame thinking and action, checking of degree of accuracy and validity. They have their own ideas and can take decisions with proper perspective.

• Communication skill : The graduates can speak, read, write and listen clearly in person through electronic media in English and Marathi. They can connect the people through ideas, books, media and technology.

• Social Interaction: They can elicited views of others mediate disagreements and become part of process of drawing conclusions in various issues.

• Effective citizenship: They participate effectively in national development issues and can offer voluntarily contribution in civic life. hey participate effectively in national development issues and can offer voluntarily contribution in civic life.

• Ethics: They honor and respect human values and accepts responsibilities accordingly.

• Environment and sustainability: These graduates can understand thoroughly the environmental issues and find the solutions for environment and sustainable development.

• Self directed and lifelong learning: They are able to engage in independent and lifelong learning of socio-technological change.

• Scientific Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of basic science for the solution to scientific problem.

• Problem Analysis: Identify the problem; formulate hypotheses, literature study, experimental work, analysis, interpretation and conclusions.

• Use of recent technology: Graduates can use modern and recent technologies, ICT tools to solve scientific problems.

• Scientific Reasoning: Science graduates apply proper reasoning to find proper solution to societal problems.



Course Outcomes


B. Sc. I Semester I

DSC-3A- Chemistry paper I (Inorganic Chemistry)


Name of the Topics Expected Learning Outcome
Unit I: Atomic Structure and Periodicity of Elements Learning and understanding structure,
shape of atom and periodicity of elements.
Unit II: Chemical Bonding and Molecular structure(A) Ionic Bonding Knowledge about Chemical Bonding and Molecular structure
(A) Ionic Bonding will be gained by the student.
Unit III: Chemical Bonding and Molecular structure (B) Valence bond theory (VBT). Knowledge about Chemical Bonding and Molecular structure
(B) Valence bond theory (VBT). will be gained by the student
Unit IV: Chemical Bonding and Molecular structure (C) Molecular orbital theory (M Knowledge about Chemical Bonding and Molecular structure(C)
Molecular orbital theory (MOT) will be gained by the student.


B. Sc. I Semester I

DSC-4A- Chemistry paper II (Organic Chemistry))


Name of the Topics Expected Learning Outcome
Unit I: Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry To impart knowledge about the basic concept
about organic chemistry.
Unit II: Stereochemistry Knowledge about 3D structure of molecules.
Unit III: Aromaticity Student will learn the basic knowledge about
Aromatic compounds.
Unit IV: Cycloalkanes, cycloalkenes and alkadienes To impart knowledge about the synthesis,
reactivity and applications of Cycloalkanes,
cycloalkanes and alkadienes.


B. Sc. I Semester II

CHEMISTRY-DSC 3B: Chemistry Paper-III (Physical Chemistry)


Name of the Topics Expected Learning Outcome
Unit -I Chemical Energetics Learning and understanding chemical bonds
in chemical Energetics.
Unit II . Chemical Equilibrium: Learning and understanding maximum conversion of
reactant to product in Chemical Equilibrium.
Unit- III. Kinetic Theory of Gases Knowledge about Kinetic Theory of Gases and ideal
gas equation will be gained by the student.
Unit- IV. Chemical Kinetics Learning and understanding rate and order of reaction.


B.Sc. I Semester II

DSC-4B- Chemistry Paper IV (Analytical Chemistry)


Name of the Topics Expected Learning Outcome
Unit-1. Introduction to analytical Chemistry Learning and Understanding basic Introduction to analytical Chemistry, scope of analytical chemistry.
Unit-2. Chromatography Knowledge about the separation techniques and classification.
Unit-3. Theory of titrimetric Analysis Learning and Understanding theory and various methods of titrimetric Analysis.
Unit-4. Water Analysis Learning and Understanding various methods of water analysis and physical, chemical parameters of water.
Unit-5. Analysis of Fertilizers Knowledge about the fertilizers.


11. Exam Results


Year No. of Students
appeared in the Exam
No. of Students
Passed in the Exam
Pass Percentage
2021-22 86 82 95.24%
2020-21 47 45 95.74%



12. Research Profile of the Department


(From 2016-2017 to 2020-2021)

SR.NO. Name of the Faculty Research Papers published in UGC approved Journals Research papers published in Peer reviewed Journals/ Chapters in books Books Research Project
1 Mrs. A. D. Pawar -- 1 -- --
2 Miss P. T Suryavanshi -- 1 -- --
3 Mr. S. S. Salunkhe -- -- -- --
4 Miss. T. S. Jadhav -- -- -- --



13. Collaborations/Linkages and MoUs


Organization with which MoU is signed Name of the institution/ industry/ corporate house Year of signing MOU Duration
Grampanchayat, Kundal Department of Chemistry 2020-21 5 years



14. Placement of Outgoing Students


(From 2016-17 To 2020-21)

Year Name of student placed and contact details Program graduated from Name of the employer with contact details Pay package at appointment (In INR per annum)
2020-21 Mane Rohit Sarjerao B.Sc Mane Rohit Sarjerao
Mob. No. 9172408133
1,72,620
2020-21 Kadam Pritam Prakash B.Sc. Kadam Pritam Prakash
Mob. No. 7709171417
3,51,325
2020-21 Patil Sanket Sambhaji B.Sc. Patil Sanket Sambhaji
Mob. No. 7028459733
1,38,000



15. Students Progressing to Higher Education


(From 2020-21)

Sr.No. Year Name of the Student enrolling into higher education Program graduated from Name of institution joined Name of Programme admitted to
1 2020-21 GHASHI SWALIYA YUSUFALI B.Sc Y .C . College Karad M.Sc
2 2020-21 LAD SAKSHI VIJAY B.Sc Dr.P.K.M.Ramanadnagar M.Sc
3 2020-21 MANE AISHWARYA SUBHASH B.Sc Dr.P.K.M.Ramanadnagar M.Sc
4 2020-21 KADAM ANIKET DILIP B.Sc Dr.P.K.M.Ramanadnagar M.Sc
5 2020-21 JADHAV VISHVAJEET BALVANT B.Sc Dr.P.K.M.Ramanadnagar M.Sc
6 2020-21 NALAGE ANKITA DHANAJI B.Sc Dr.P.K.M.Ramanadnagar M.Sc
7 2020-21 MOHITE PRASHANT SATISH B.Sc Dr.P.K.M.Ramanadnagar M.Sc
8 2020-21 PAWAR VIKRANT VISHVAS B.Sc Y.M.college Pune M.Sc
9 2020-21 SANDAGE OMKAR VIKAS B.Sc Y.M.college Pune M.Sc
10 2020-21 PAWAR ABHISHEK SURESH B.Sc Y.M.college Pune M.Sc
11 2020-21 PATHAN SAHIL MAULANA B.Sc Y.M.college Pune M.Sc
12 2020-21 PATIL PRUTHVIRAJ VISHWAS B.Sc Y.M.college Pune M.Sc
13 2020-21 MOHITE NIKHIL RAJENDRA B.Sc Y.M.college Pune M.Sc
14 2020-21 JADHAV DATTATRAYA ARVIND B.Sc Y.M.college Pune M.Sc
15 2020-21 MOHITE ABHIJEET ARUN B.Sc Y.M.college Pune M.Sc
16 2020-21 PAWAR SHAILESH KRISHNAT B.Sc Y.M.college Pune M.Sc
17 2020-21 SALUNKHE VAISHNAVI SUNIL B.Sc Balvant college Vita. M.Sc
18 2020-21 PAWAR RUPALI NATHA B.Sc Balvant college Vita. M.Sc
19 2020-21 LAD SONY KRISHNA B.Sc A S P Science College Devrukh M.Sc
20 2020-21 MANE PRASAD SAMBHAJI B.Sc M R I College Mumbai M.Sc
21 2020-21 HUBALE RAHUL JAGANNATH B.Sc M R I College Mumbai M.Sc
22 2020-21 MOHITE ANIKET SUBHASH B.Sc M R I College Mumbai M.Sc
23 2020-21 PATIL SANKET SAMBHAJI B.Sc M R I College Mumbai M.Sc



16. Awards/Medals/Scholarships by Students Won


Sr. No Year Name of the Student Details
1 2020-21 Lad Rasika Shivaji Shivaji University Merit Scholorship
2 2020-21 Ghorpade Rutuja Chandrakan Shivaji University Merit Scholorship



17. SWOC (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Challenges) Analysis


Strengths:
   • Young and Research oriented teaching staff
   • Laboratory’s are well set and well equipped.

Weakness:
   • No Postgraduate programme
   • Insufficient Industry Academia Interaction.

Opportunities:
  • To introduce more add on courses
   • To start PG courses, ( M.Sc.)

Challenges:
   • Good number of enrollment
   • To bridge the gap between Slow Learners and Advanced Learners
   • Increase the awareness about research in Chemistry.




18. Future Plans


• To introduce more short term course.

• To organize more library workshops and conferences







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