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ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT (AQAR)

OF THE IQAC (PERIOD: 200
9
-
10
)


INDEX














I.

Part A.











Page No.


1

The plan of action chalked out by the IQAC in

the beginning of the year
towards quality enhancement and the outcome achieved

by the end of the
period.

3


II.

Part B.












Sl. No.

Aspect

Page No.

1

Activities reflecting the goals and objectives of the institution.

11

2

New academic programmes initiated (UG and PG)

19

3

Innovations in curricular design and transaction

20

4

Inter
-
disciplinary programmes started

21

5

Examination reforms implemented

22

6

Candidates qualified NET/SLET/GATE etc

23

7

Initiative towards faculty development programme

25

8

Faculty members participated in National/ International Seminars,
Conferences and Symposia

25

9

Number of Seminars/ Workshop Organized by the faculty

25

10

Publications by the faculty with Impact factor

25

11

Research Projects

25

12

New collaborative research programmes

26

13

Research grants received from various
agencies

27

14

Details of research scholars

29

15

Honors/Awards to the faculty

31

16

Internal resources generated

35

17

Details of departments getting SAP, COSIST (ASSIST), DST FIST, etc.
Assistance/Recognition.

36

18

Community services

37

19

Teachers and officers newly recruited

39

20

Teaching
-
Non
-
teaching staff ratio

40

21

Improvements in the
L
ibrary
S
ervices

42

22

New books/journals subscribed and their value

43

23

Courses in which student assessment of teachers is introduced and the
action taken on student feedback.

44

24

Unit cost of education

45

2


25

Computerization of administration and the process of admissions and
examination results, issue of certificates.

46

26

Increase in the infrastructural facilities

47

27

Technology up
gradation

52

28

Computer and internet access and training to teachers and students

53

29

Financial aid to students

55

30

Activities and support from the Alumni Association

56

31

Activities and support from the Parent
-
Teacher Association

57

32

Health
services

58

33

Performance in sports activities

61

34

Incentives to outstanding sportspersons

62

35

Student achievements and awards

63

36

Activities of the Guidance and Counseling Cell

65

37

Placement services provided to students

67

38

Development
programmes

for non
-
teaching staff

71

39

Best practices of the institution

72

40

Linkages developed with National / International, academic/ research
bodies.

75

41

Any other relevant information the institution wishes to add

76



III.

Part C.



I

Details of the plans of the institution for the next year.

89



II

Remarks and suggestions made by the NAAC peer team and action

and
progress done by the university.

96




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NAME OF THE INSTITUTION




: SRI VENKATESWARA UNIVERSITY

YEAR OF REPORT






: 2009
-
10



PART
-

A


THE PLAN OF ACTION CHALKED OUT BY THE IQAC TOWARDS QUALITY
ENHANCEMENT AND THE OUTCOME ACHIEVED



i) Plan of Action:
Initiation of
academic reforms
.


1.

Taking lead from the past experience, University planned to bring some reforms like
initiating changes in the curriculum to keep pace with the latest developments in the
concerned subjects of the particular Department, improve the infras
tructure facilities in
different Departments, increase collaboration with educational and research institutions in
India and abroad and improve the quality of research.


2.

University plan of action mainly involved making education accessible to the rural
po
pulation of the area, for which the University already has distinct recognition. Different
Departments have introduced pertinent changes to improve the quality of teaching. Some
of the changes which were introduced in the previous sessions like increasing
the
percentage of marks for internal assessment from 20% to 30% are continuing.


3.

Most of the Departments recognized the need to introduce topics of current relevance and
the same have been incorporated in the syllabus.


4.

Many Departments have introduced we
ekly quizzes as part of the curriculum and other
Departments are following in.


5.

Students are given the freedom to select the subjects that they find particularly interesting
to them and/or which can help them acquire broad perception about the subject whi
ch can
improve their employability. Slowly students are realizing the relevance of the CBCS
(Choice Based Credit System) and more and more students are opting for subjects out of
their parent Department.


6.

Most of the Departments are using IT facilities pr
ovided in the University to make
classroom teaching more effective. All the Departments have internet connectivity with
high speed broadband and the classrooms are equipped with LCD projector enabling
multimedia presentation in the classroom.


7.

New researc
h avenues have been opened by introducing M. Phil. and Ph.D. courses in
important areas like women studies.



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8.

Some of the Departments have celebrated Golden Jubilee functions to commemorate the
achievements of the Departments and bestow the legends of t
he Departments their due
recognition during the functions.


9.

Besides addition of the latest books related to both teaching and research in the main
library almost all the Departments have improved Departmental libraries utilizing the
grant from the Universi
ty or from special assistances received from funding agencies like
UGC, DST etc.


10.

All the Departments have attempted to improve the infrastructure facilities for both
teaching and research.


11.

Engineering Departments have made significant strides in
introducing and improving
need based research as an important component of the curriculum, the same is extended
for the common benefit of the society.


12.

Several Departments are collaborating with educational and research institutions both in
India and from
abroad, to improve the research activities. This introduces the scholars to
new and upcoming fields of research. The results of these activities are reflected in
improvement in the ranking of the University in research at the national level and other
kind
of recognitions like sanction of PURSE scheme to the University.


13.

There are many ways an educational institution can serve the society. The community
services extended by various Departments to the different sections of society is part of
that
d
ifferent De
partment have come up with new approaches for community service like;




Educating people about the usage of medicinal plants through exhibition of
medicinal plants.



Providing guidance to the aqua
-
farmers about various techniques to improve the
output of aqu
a
-
farms, educate them about various diseases related to fisheries and
how to cope up with them.



Spreading environmental awareness through meetings in villages and
participating in the plantation programmes.



The rural population needs to be educated about t
he health of women, our faculty
members are educating the rural population about the importance of women
health and also providing diet counseling to rural children and adult.



Faculty members are extending their expertise to industries in the area of
stati
stical quality control.



Students are actively involved in pulse programme and blood donation camps.
They are also in the forefront to educate the rural population about AIDS.







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The following table displays Department wise details of plan of action and
the achievements
during the period 2009
-
10.



S.
No.

Plan of Action

Achievement
s

Departments

1.




To Establish network and
linkages with various Centers



To Undertaking Skill
Development & Capacity
Building Programmes
Workshop



To conduct a Workshop on
Management Skills



To Start M. Phil. , Ph. D.

Programme

in Women
Studies



To start Supportive action
programmes



Established Linkages with
various centers



Organized Two Workshops



Under taken supportive action
programmes to
-
help the
HIV/Aids victims to join th
e
main stream of life in
Collaboration with WINS

Centre for
Extension
Studies

2.




Syllabus to be revised by
incorporating the recent
developments in the subject.




The Department revised the
syllabus with external member of
the BOS and the
same

is
submitted to the University for
Approval.

Econometrics

3.




Reframing academic schedule



Academic schedule is prepared
for M. Ed, M. Phil. and Ph. D.
Programme and the same was
strictly followed and completed
in time.

Education

4.




The Syllabus to be
revised by
incorporating the recent
developments in the subjects
introduce the optional papers
in III & IV Semesters’



The Department revised the
syllabus with external member of
the BOS and the same is
submitted to the University for
approval

English

5.




To commemorate the
achievements of the
department by celebrating the
Golden Jubilee function of the
department



Hindi day Celebration on 17
th

Sep
.

2009.



Golden Jubilee celebrations on
17
th

February, 2010.



T
wo
days National seminar on
27
-
28
th

2010

Hindi

6.




To enthuse interest in research
and spread awareness about
human rights.



The Department has conducted
Essay writing and Elocution
competitions

to

student

from
school level to Ph.D. level s on
various themes of Human Rights.



On the eve of World Human
Right
s Day Celebrations the
Human Rights

6



S.
No.

Plan of Action

Achievement
s

Departments

Dept. celebrated Human Rights
Day on December 10
th

2009.
Financial assistance was
provided by the University
authorities
.

7.




Improvement of the
infrastructure of the
department and starting M.
Phil. / Ph.D.



Permission
for M. Phil. & Ph. D.
courses has been achieved

Performing
Arts

8.




The syllabus to be revised by
incorporating the recent
developments in the subject.




The department revised the
syllabus with external member of
the BOS and the same is
submitted to the
University for
Approval.

Philosophy

9.




Introduce new specializations
in the curriculum.



Introduced two specialization at
III & IV Semester level
successfully

Political
Science & Pub.
Adm.

10.




Improvements in class works



Weekly Tests are conducted



Participation of teachers in the
Field Work along with Students
and Rural Camps for Guidance.

Population
Studies

11.




Improving research and
collaboration





Develop interaction with other
centers







Increases library books





Improve infrastructure





Revision of syllabus





To put more emphasis on
research



Improve network connectivity
in the Department.



Published
five books




Invited

scholars of repute form
other Universities / Research
Institutions, Visiting Faculty



Visited Philippines, Singapore
and
Malaysia

and

organized
Field work



Organized two International
Seminars and one Refresher
Course



Purchased books worth
Rs.1,50,000
-
00, Books and
journals



Provided computers, equipment
and furniture to all faculty and
office



Syllabus has been revised to sui
t
the need of students



Awarded Ph.D. for three research
scholars.



Provided access to Internet and
separate Website was created in
the Centre. In addition e
-
journal
SEAP Studies

7



S.
No.

Plan of Action

Achievement
s

Departments

was also inaugurated in the
Centre

12.




Improve the syllabus
according to current trend.



The syllabus has been revised by
incorporating the recent
development in the subjects with
external member of the BOS and the
same is submitted to the University
for approval

Telugu

13.




Golden Jubilee
Celebration of
Department.



Golden Jubilee Celebrat
ed
.

Urdu

14.




To improve the practical part
of the curriculum.



Established advanced Genetic
lab. Appropriate change
s

in the
Syllabus in 2009
-

10

Anthropology

15.




Planning to organize work
-
shop



Applying for
financial
assistance



Improve the publications




Development of infrastructure
facilities



Organized 2 National Workshops




Received funding from UGC &
DST



Published the research work in
Journals with IF



Infrastructural facilities were
provided to all newly recruited
faculty

Botany

16.




To promote research output



The Department of chemistry got
projects worth of 80 lak
h
s from
the funding agencies such as
DST, CSIR, BRNS, UGC and
conducted National Conference.

Chemistry

17.




To conduct the M. Sc. course
as per the schedule.



Achieved the schedule target
successfully.

Environmental
Science

18.




To enhance quality of
teaching through extensive
use of ICT



Steps taken to procure facility
and train the faculties

Fishery
Science and
Aquaculture

8



S.
No.

Plan of Action

Achievement
s

Departments

19.




Pursue UGC Special
Assistance for DRS



Promotion of staff individual
research projects.




Enhancing Infrastructural
facilities of the department

for
Teaching, Research,
Extension




Establishment of Food
Processing & Preservation
Laboratory



Proposal has been sent to UGC


under pipeline



Three Staff member have applied
for Major Research Project
s for
UGC Funding



The budget allocation of the
department has been enhanced
from Rs.1,20,000/
-

annum to
Rs.2,30,000/ to facilitate
teaching Research and extension.



Foods Lab
-
II is being renovated
to facilitate practical work of
Food Technology students (30
-
40nos)


under progress.



Test Materials worth Rs.
13,500/
-

are bought facilitating,
teaching & research activities of
students of M.Sc. Human
Development and Extension
Management & Communication
Technology



Permanent A.V. Aids are added


flex charts and
other models.



New books and recent project
works are added to the Library



Computers are provided to newly
recruited staff.(4nos)



UGC XI Plan building grant of
Rs.5,00,000 lak
h
s has been
sanctioned.

Home Science













20.




Start M.Sc. Counselling
Psychology (Self Supporting
Course).



Strengthen Counselling center in
the Department.

Psychology

21.




Construch
Prof. C.R. Rao
Seminar hall with the funds of
Alumni of Statistics



UGC SAP
-
DRS
-
1.44 Lakhs +
Two Project Fellows ( 2010
-
2015)



UGC BSR: 20 lakhs
(2010
-
2011)

Statistics

22.




Establishment of
infrastructure facility in
Bioinformatics supported by
DST



To commence M.Sc. Animal
Biotechnology course as
innovative programme
supported by UGC



Completed






Approved by UGC




Zoology

9



S.
No.

Plan of Action

Achievement
s

Departments



Purchase of equipment items
and Books from IXth plan
grant from UGC

for the
central research facility and
P.G. Labs



Completed

23.




Strengthen the academic and
research part of the
curriculum.



The department has also
organized Training programme
cum Refresher Course sponsored
by a
State Council for Higher
Education, Hyderabad from 9
-
14
th

Nov. 2009, towards
achieving academic excellence
among the faculty

and

organized
national level seminar

Commerce

24.




To equip the department with
the innovative teaching aids
and application of
sophisticated technology in
teaching and research to gain
international exposure.



To conduct need based
research studies



To conduct faculty
development programmes
.



Focusing on employment
opportunities for the benefit of
students and research scholars




Steps have been taken to improve
the academic and research
excellence of the department






Faculty members are engaged in
research and the students are also
actively taking part in the various
academic and research activities
in

the department.

Computer
S
cience


25.




Plan to have MoUs, student
oriented activities, faculty
development programs, need
based research and extension
activities.



Department is exploring all the
possibilities for faculty
development, need based
research and is active in
developing
public private
partnerships.

Civil
Engineering

26.




Development of new
curriculum and revision of
syllabus for B. Tech.



Steps have been taken for
necessary changes and various
schemes are in the pipeline.

Mechanical
Engineering

27.




The Plan of action is to
achieve better quality
education by conducting
seminars, quiz programmes &
weekly tests.



Serious steps taken to fill in the
lacunae

Economics,
SVU. PG.
Centre, Kavali.

28.




The Plan of action
for
quality

of

education



The
ta
rget achieved successfully

Commerce,
SVU. PG.
Centre, Kavali.

10



S.
No.

Plan of Action

Achievement
s

Departments

29.




Introduction of new scheme
Revision of syllabus. Inviting
guest lectures arranging
seminars regularly and
conducting periodical tests.



Quality of instruction improved
students satisfied with
guest
lectures and seminars.

Physics, SVU.
PG. Centre,
Kavali.

30.




Revision of Syllabus. Inviting
guest lectures
,

arranging
seminars and conducting
periodical tests.




Quality of instruction
s

improved.

Zoology, SVU.
PG. Centre,
Kavali.

31.




To initiate programmes for
improving teaching and
research skills of
the
faculty
of parent University other
colleges and academic
institutions.



Conducted adequate no. of
Orientation/ Refresher courses as
per UGC guide lines

Academic Staff
College















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PART


B

1. ACTIVITIES REFLECTING THE GOALS & OBJECTIVES


i)

Academic Activities:




Some Departments have introduced new courses at M. Phil. and Ph.D. level.



Most of the Departments have increased interaction with other educational institutions and
have tried to organize special lectures.



More and more stress is given on weekly seminars, assignments, field visits & educational
Tours.



Faculty members are participating in OC/RC/workshops to upgrade their knowledge.



Self supporting courses are
introduced by some departments.



Some departments have reformed the theory papers and introduced new papers in their
curriculum like L.L.M. at M.Phil and Ph.D. Programmes.



Syllabus have been updated by no. of departments.



Much stress on Extension activitie
s by no. of departments.



Getting feedback from Academic peer.



Special coaching to students face the competitive exams



Group discussions & Quiz programmes

at weekend.



Promoting use of multimedia in teaching.



Students Counseling.



Remedial coaching to stud
ents to cope up with others.



Evaluation of Students, by teachers and Vice
-
versa

The following table shows Department wise details of the practices and reforms initiated in the
curriculum.

S.

No.

Activity

Departments

1.




P.G. Diploma in Research
Methodology and Computer Applications
(Self
-
Supporting Programme)



MS Women’s Studies and Management (Self
-
Supporting Programme)

Centre for
Extension
Studies

2.




Group Discussion among the students on the Contemporary topics.



29 Guest Lecturers arranged.



Methodology Classes were organized for

M. Phil.

and
Ph. D.
Scholars.



Weekly Seminars a
re

conducted for P.G Students. The students who
delivered Seminars a
re

given prizes to motivate them.


Economics

3.




M. Ed, M. Phil., Ph. D in Education.

Education

4.




Students continuous evaluation is done



Made necessary arrangements for
NET coaching

English

5.




M.A., M. Phil., Ph.D., P.G. Diploma in Functional Hindi & Translation

Hindi

6.




Running L
.
L.M. 2 Year Degree Course under semester system by
following Choice
Based Credit System.



The Staff
members involved in collaboration with various institutions
by
delivering l
ectures.

Law

12


S.

No.

Activity

Departments

7.




Promoting

use of multimedia in teaching.


Library and
Information
Science

8.




Preparing lesson materials for students (Online)



Conduct
of coaching classes for UGC
-
NET examination

Performing
Arts

9.




The Department is planning to widen the areas of its specialization
and distinguish itself from other departments in the country.



P
lanning to offer courses in Yoga and Meditation,
Environmental
ethics and Peace Studies
.


Philosophy

10.




Promoting use of IT in teaching

Population
Studies

11.




Taking Remedial classes for the weaker students covering the
syllabus.



Introduced papers like Computer Applications and research
Methodology.

Sanskrit

12.




O
ffering a post
-
graduate course in Southeast Asian & Pacific Studies
with special emphasis on the States of Southeast Asia, Australia, New
Zealand and Fiji with historical perspective.

The course, reflecting the
multi
-
disciplinary character of
the Centre, is designed to cater to the
needs of our nation as well as of the students.

SEAP Studies

13.




Apart

from covering the syllabus
,

remedial classes for the

weaker
students and conduct
ing

the weekly seminars.

Tamil

14.




NET Coaching



Evaluation of
students performance

Telugu Studies

15.




Quiz


General

and subject wise

Urdu

16.




Renamed the Specialization as Biological Anthropology in place of
Physical Anthropology and Introduced CBCS pattern in the year 2009


2010.



Human population Genetics paper was
introduced for III
rd

and IV
th

semester of
Biological Anthropology students.



Culture and Management theory paper
and

Ethnography practical
introduced for Social Anthropology students
.

Anthropology

17.




M.Sc. Imm
u
notechnology

and
Pharmacy Masters Degree
(Pharmacology, Pharma
ceutics) courses offered by department.

Biochemistry

18.




Resource

Sharing, Collaborative Research, Development and
Strengthening of Curriculum, e
-
Class rooms, Library
,
Interdisciplinary
approach
,
Encouraging cross disciplinary and
Cross faculty
participation

in various programmes.



Restructuring

and introduction of new courses
.

Botany


19.




Offering student counseling



Education
al

Tour for Environmental Chemistry student
s

Chemistry

20.




Feedback on the curriculum is taken from the
academic peers and
distinguished visitors and the suggestions are taken into account for
the revision of the syllabus.


Environmental
Science

13


S.

No.

Activity

Departments

21.




The
students

attend

the training programs in SIFT, CIFA, CIBA etc.




The department offers guest lectures from va
rious innovative fields to
up
date knowledge

and

producing well trained post graduates.

Fishery
Science
a
nd
Aquaculture

22.




Organization of academic and training programmes in the Rural
/Urban Areas.



Meticulous training in the laboratory skill and in the
field.



Student internship in hospitals/ institutes/ industry
.

Home Science

23.




Offering

M.Sc.,

Instrumentation self supporting
course with full time
Ph.D.

programme
.



Instrumentation activity for research personnel for supporting the

academic progress on the campus
to

repair, fabricate, calibrate and
design equipment
s.



Conduct of Hobby classes in the evening for the students on the
campus.

Conduct of

Instrumentation training programmes for the
benefit of students, staff on

and off the
campus

Instrumentation

24.




M. Sc. Counseling Psychology Regular and DDE



P.G. Diploma in Guidance & Counseling.

Psychology

25.




M.Sc., Virology with full time Ph.D. programme.



Offering Self
-
supporting courses like M.Sc. Microbiology and
Industrial Microbiology.

Virology

26.




Seminars, Guest lectures, Debates, quiz programmes etc.

Zoology

27.




Conducting

Seminars, Minor Project viva voice, Online Evaluation,
Group Discussion, E
-
Learning.



Besides semester end examinations in each semester one mid exam on
traditional basis, another mid exam on online basis will be conducted
for internal examinations.

Compu
ter
Science

28.




As most of the students are coming from rural back grounds with
communication deficiencies
,

extra courses are being offer
ed

to
improve the communication skills and thus make them ready for
placements
.

Management
Studies

29.




Industrial visit to

Vizag to identify the project work problems for final
year B. Tech. students
.



A new curriculum has been designed for the batch 2009
-
10 to suit
industrial requirements.



New courses on niche areas like nano, bio and modeling have been
introduced at B.Tech a
nd M.Tech levels.

Chemical
Engineering

30.




Students are allowed to take the subjects based on their capacities as it
is Choice based credit system. In PG Dept. runs 3 programs:
PS, CS
and ICS.



In each stream Dept. admits 18 students. First year covers the

normal
course work, and second year covers the project work. In addition to
UG & PG courses, Dept. offers Ph.D. Programme.



The department is having technical interaction with SHAR centre,
Electrical and
Electronic
Engineering

14


S.

No.

Activity

Departments

NARL, Gandanki. Students of this department visit SHAR Bangalore,
E
tc., Guest Lectures by Scientists of SHAR, NSTL Vizag, Hyderabad
are arranged periodically.

31.




Department has plans to Start Three New M. Tech Programmes,
Intelligent Manufacturing Systems including Nano
-
Manufacturing

Mechanical
Engineering

32.




Visited Ramayapatnam (Prakasam Dt.) along with students and staff



Participation in Sports and Games.

Econo
mics,
SVU. PG.
Centre, Kavali.

33.




Guest lectures
were delivered
by Prof.

D. Punyaseshudu, Dean,
Academic Affairs, Rayalaseema Universi
ty, Kurnool in Electronics and
Prof.

M. Krishnaiah, S. V. University, Tirupati.




Guest Lectures i
n Mathematics were delivered by Guest faculty
(Computer Oriented).



Introduction of Computer Practicals as general practical in II Semester,
Advances in Physics in IV Semester, Electronics Internal Elective II &
IV Semester. Embedded Systems and Wireless Co
mmunication as
Elective papers.

Physics, SVU.
PG. Centre,
Kavali.

34.




Organized various types of training programmes for the teaching staff
like;



IV R.C in Environmental Studies



63
rd

Orientation Programme



I R.C in Operations Research and Quantitative Techniques



III R.C in South East Asian & Pacific Studies



64
th

Orientation Programme



I R.C in Gender Studies



X R.C in Information Technology



65
th

Orientation Programme



XI RC in Information Technology

Academic
Staff
College

35.


Editing of unpublished old and rare Manuscripts

ORI


(ii) Research Activities:





Research activities output is reflected in completed dissertations for
M
.

Phil. and Ph. Ds
by the scholars and active participation of the faculty members
in various research related
activities.



Publication of research work in the form of Books & Articles



Research scholar
s

have been traine
d

i
n

teaching.



Research methodology paper has been in introduced to Ph.D programme along with area
of research paper.



Collaborative research work has been carried out by no. of departments.



Pre
-
Ph.D. presentation of research work by research scholar was introduced.



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Many Departments are actively collaborating with educational and research institutions in
both India and
abroad, and the expertise of the faculty is used to spread awareness in the
society about the burning issues like women rights, health and nutrition of the rural
women and child and also in educating the rural and urban population about AIDS etc..


The
following table displays the various achievements relating to the above mentioned aspects
.


S.

No.

Activity

Departments

1.




Methodology is being taught to the

M. Phil.
/PhD students by the
faculty members.



Apart from research, the senior most research
scholars of the
department are also given the opportunity of handling a few hours of
teaching so as to enable

them to acquire teaching experience to build
their academic career.


AIHC A

2.




M. Phil.

& Ph.D. (in Ext. St. & in Women’s Studies & Management)



Collaborative Research Projects

Centre for
Extension
Studies

3.




Following are the parts of curriculum:

1.

Teaching Behavior, 2. Job Satisfaction, 3. Achievement, 4. Study
Habits, 5.

Creativity, 6. Value Education
,
7. Teacher Effectiveness, 8.
Curriculum Development, 9. Moral Values,

10. Institutional
Climate
,
11. Evaluation
.

Education

4.





M.
Phil
.
, Ph.D., P.G. Diploma in Functional Hindi & Translation

Hindi

5.




Research Scholars are carrying
out

research
on various Human Rights
problems of contemporary social relevance
.


Human Rights

6.




The Research Scholars are car
rying
out

research on various socio
-
legal
problems of contemporary social relevance.

Law

7.




Publishing articles by staff and students.



Conduct of Seminar by students.

Performing
Arts

8.




Research

degrees like M. Phil. Ph.D.



Some of the students
have

passed State Level Eligibility Test (SLET)
and National Eligibility Test (NET).

Philosophy

9.




Research on innovative topics which are useful
to the society

and
on
common problems faced by the common man

Population
Studies

10.




Research students were guided regularly by discussions and correction
of manuscripts.

Sanskrit

11.




The Centre is offering
M. Phil

and Ph.D.

Programmes.



The Research students are offered courses on Research Methodology,
background study of the topic and area of research.

SEAP Studies

12.




Monthly Seminars for Research Scholars



R
esearch activit
ies

discuss
ed by faculty regularly

Urdu

13.




The Department has strong repute for research in various aspects of
plant physiology. Slowley the Department is building expertise and
innovating in new zones.

Botany

16


S.

No.

Activity

Departments



The various thrust areas regarding research in the department are: Plant
Physiology, Plant Biotechnology, Phytomedicine, Ethnobotany,
Plant
Reproduction Biology, Microbiology, Plant Pathology, Biodiversity &
Conservation and Chemotaxonomy.



Interdisciplinar
y Ph.D. programmes with other departments like
Biotechnology; Microbiology and Industrial Microbiology.

14.




Undertaking research projects in emerging areas of chemistry

Chemistry

15.




One new project has been sanctioned to the faculty member

Environmental
Studies

16.




Applied for Technology Promotion Programme, DST (Tepp) support



Pre
-

Ph. D.
presentation
by

candidate
s
.



Class level mini research projects (
ex
: New Product Development)



Major Research work as partial fulfillment of courses of

M.Sc.

&

MS
Food Technology



Survey research and action research through Rural Work Experience

Home Science

17.




Awarded 3 Ph.D’s and 6 M.Phil Degrees. Exploratory work is being
done in areas like Econometrics, SQC and Operations Research,
Forecasting and Data Envelo
pment Analysis (DEA).



Papers Published in Journals: 15 International +8 National



Workshops Organized :3.



Workshops/ Conferences attended by the faculty members : 14




Jpmprs / Awards: 4

Statistics

18.




Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Programmes for other allied departments of
S.V. University, Tirupati.

Virology

19.




Research degree awarded : Ph.D


06, M.Phi
-

12,



Number of Publication 69

Zoology

20.




Recent research avenues are
Studies on three phase fluidization in the
presence of disc promoters



Neural Network Modeling and Optimization of Parameters for
production of Amylase from
Bacillus subtilis

Using Agricultural
Residuals as Substrate

Chemical
Engineering

21.




Guid
ing
research scholars for their doctoral degrees Doctoral works
published in National and International Journals during the reference
period.


Civil
Engineering

22.




The department offers research in the potential areas like Power
Systems, Power Electronics, Con
trol Systems, Signal & Image
Processing, Electronics & Instrumentation, Microwave Engineering
Electromagnetic, Fuzzy and neural Networks.

Electrical and
Electronic
Engineering

23.




The
specializations

of the Dept. are:
Operations Research
,
Operations
Management
,
Welding Technology
,
Tool Design
,
Machine Dynamics,
Tribology
,
Bio
-
Fuels
,
Robotics
.

Mechanical
Engineering

24.




Guiding

the Ph. D. & M. Phil. students in identifying the scripts in the
old manuscripts in connection to their Research Work.

ORI

17




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Extension activities



Environmental
awareness programmes



Coaching camps



Community based


Health, education, fa
mily

life



Helping aqua formers



Plantation programmes



Awareness programme in diet, children nutrition to target groups


The following
table shows some of the ways the Departments are extending their services for the
benefit of the society.


S.

No.

Activity

Departments

1.




School Teachers, DIET Faculty, B.

Ed
.

Colleges Faculty and
Educational Administrators are provided with necessary guidance.



Consultancy with schools, Teacher training institutions & Good
rapport with NGOs for promotion of literacy and Educational
awareness.

Education

2.




The students, Research Scholars and staff involve in creating
awareness in contemporary issues like environmental protection,
Women Rights, Child Rights, Disabled Rights, Dalit Rights, Tribal
Rights, Unorganized Labour Rights of various groups of community

on contemporary socially relevant and Human Rights aspects.

Human Rights

3.




The Staff members deliver lecturers in various programmes organized
by voluntary organizations & Institutions and speeches in All India
Radio and local Television for the benefit
s of various groups of
communit
ies.

Brochu
r
es are prepared, printed and distributed on
fundamental legal provisions in regional language.

Law

4.




Made the students participative learning, hands on practice through
exposing them to various research fields.

Library and
Information
Science

5.




Organized 21 Inter

University coaching camps for men and Women
Inter University Teams
.

Physical
Education

6.




Community based project works are promoted.

Political
Science & Pub.
Adm.

7.




To carry out field work programme in Australia, Fiji and some other
countries of study area.

SEAP Studies

8.




Field work and extension or regular paper: Blood grouping. Blood
donation & Awareness programs

Sociology

9.




Explaining the importance of

Pongal

(Harvest festival) and Tamil New
Year ’s Day to the common folk through Pattimandram and Folk songs.



Senior faculty member Prof. R.

Manuvel delivered lectures on the
impact of

superstitio
u
s belie
ve

on the eve of EVR P
eriyar'
s birth day at

Ambedkar
Bhavan.

And al
so necessary training

and

guidance to the
Tamil

18


S.

No.

Activity

Departments

T.T.D employees for the benefit

of pilgrims.



R
esearch scholars, students are engaged in maintaining discipline

and
the cleanliness

in

temple.


10.




Blood
Grouping Sugar Levels, Blood pressure testing and awareness
programme
by

the students.

Anthropology

11.




Medicinal Plant exhibition at Pudi
p
atla

to common man

Biochemistry

12.




The Students are actively participating in plantations and development
of medicinal

plant gardens under Community Development
Programme.

Botany

13.




Open House Exhibition.

Chemistry

14.




Students and teaching staff participated in the environmental
awareness programmes in rural
areas.

Environmental
Science

15.




Helping aqua
-
farmers in the area
of disease control and production of
quality prawn seed.



V
isiting the various aqua fields to educate the aqua farmers and to
explain the techniques in the fields of culture of fishes and prawns,
diseases identification and their control, procuring the feed and its
control, maintenance of water quality (all parame
ters) and bundhs etc.
to ensure more production.

Fishery
Science
a
nd
Aquaculture

16.




Honorary consultancy in mapping Technologies


Geography

17.




Child Guidance and Parent Counseling at the departmental CGPC
Clinic & SVRR Hospital



Pre
-
School Lunch Program



Diet

counseling to Rural Adults and children.



Communication experiences through demonstrations, lesson plans to
different target groups

Home Science

18.




Offering Counseling services to the needy

Psychology

19.




Faculty members are extending their expertise to
local industries in the
area of Statistical Quality Control

Statistics

20.




Involved in pulse
programme

in Tirupati

Virology

21.




Organized awareness programme on AIDS on the occasion of World’s
AIDS day

Zoology

22.




Blood donation Programme During the visit of

Hon’ble Governor o
f

Andhra Pradesh
.


Commerce

23.




The department is actively involved to conducting Entrepreneurship
programme

Management
Studies

24.




Rendered knowledge
-
based free consultancy services to some of
NGOs.

Civil
Engineering

25.




Conduct of Awareness campaign on the manuscripts collection

ORI




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2.

NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES INITIATED (UG AND PG) (IF ANY)




CBCS which was initiated in 2006 is continuing, and now more

and more
students are
opting for papers out of their parent
Department
s
.



New courses in some Departments have been proposed and started, and there is stress on
making the curriculum more and more job oriented to enhance the employability of the
students.



Internal Assessment of students was improved.



Two internal as
sessment tests


for 30 marks introduced.



Restructured and updated the course content in all departments.



Introduced new course in UG & PG level.



Inclusion of new papers in PG as elective papers


The following table describes the steps taken by differe
nt Departments for the improvement


S.
No.

Academic Programme

Departments

1.




Initiated LL.M. Programme through Directorate of Distance
Education (DDE) in two branches namely,



Law of Intellectual Property Rights,



Law of Crimes and Torts

Law

2.




M.A. in Public Policy 2 years



P.G. Diploma in Good Governance

1 year


Political
Science & Pub.
Adm.

3.




Proposed to introduce M.A. in rural development.

Sociology

4.




M.

Sc
.

Industrial Chemistry &





Five Year Integrated Course in

M.

Sc
.

Organic Chemistry

Chemistry

5.




Professional Courses: Engineering Geology for B.

Tech. (Civil)



UG: Geology as one of subjects leading to B.Sc. Degree (Dr.

B.

R.
Ambedkar Open University)

Geology

6.




M.Sc. Counselling Psychology (Self Supporting Course)

Psychology

7.




Initiated Job oriented courses

like;

M.Sc., Statistics and Computer Applications and

M.S. Operations Research & Computer Applications as self
supporting courses

Statistics

8.




M. Sc. Animal biotechnology from the academic year 2009
-
10

Zoology

9.




BCA Course
was reintroduced by University and curriculum was
prepared in the department



Planning to introduce new PG course in network security & forensics

Computer
Science

10.




Existing M.

Tech
.

in Power Systems and Operation Control is
restructured as Power Systems.

Electrical and
Electronic
Engineering

11.




I
ntroduction of Computer paper

Zoology, SVU.
PG. Centre,
Kavali.

20




3. INNOVATIONS IN CURRICULAR DESIGN AND TRANSACTION




While there is
an
attempt to make the syllabus relevant to recent developments in the
subjects,

there is accompanied attempt by different Departments to introduce the topics
and modify the syllabus so that it becomes easy for the students to prepare for CSIR
,

UGC NET exams also.



The Department
s

ha
ve

developed the Curriculum by incorporating the latest schemes/
programmes
like

Adult Education and Development



The Faculty Members are using technologies such as Power Point Presentation



by using LCD.



The curriculum will be updated as and when it is found to be revised depending on the
societal requirements with the latest topics.



Field oriented programmes were introduced in the curriculum.



Projects were introduced in curriculum.


The following table
describes the
specific
steps taken by different Departments regarding
innovations in the curriculum design.


Sl.
No.

Innovation

Departments

1.




The students have been continuously exposed to the fi
e
ld situations
to

enable them to acquire field experience
.


Adult
Education

2.




Apart from class room instructions, the students are being taken out
for Field Study to the places of Historical importance like Temples,
Excavated sites, etc.

AIHC & A

3.




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in curriculum



General Board of Studies meets once in three years to make major
changes
.



Focuses on current job market requirements


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Train
ing in Skill Development and Capacity Building
.

Centre for
Extension
Studies

4.




M.B.E. students must take a project in the IV semester for on field
experience.

Economics

5.




Student Seminars and presentation of field work report
.

Anthropology

6.




Introduction of project work for PG students

Biochemistry

7.




Syllabus is revised according to needs of the chemical and
pharmaceutical industries and UGC/CSIR
/

NET

Chemistry

8.




Strengthened the practical on GIS and Remote Sensing with latest
Software (Arc
GIS Info 9.3 version & Erdas 9.2 version)

Geography

9.




Introduced students projects for Statistics with Computer Science
Students

Statistics

21


Sl.
No.

Innovation

Departments

10.




Enhancement of the duration of the project work fr
om

45 days to 90
days for M.

Sc. Bioinformatics programme.


Zoology

11.




E
-
learning through programmed learning was initiated.



E
-
evaluation system for conducting online examination for students

Computer
Science

12.




Curriculum Design has been altered in 2004, 2008 and 2010 based on
requirement of National Level
Examinations, Corporate & Industry
Requirements.

Civil
Engineering

13.




Introduction of Computer Practicals

Zoology, SVU.
PG. Centre,
Kavali.




4. INTER
-
DISCIPLINARY PROGRAMMES STARTED:


Sl.
No.

Programme

Department(s) with which the
programme is started

Departments

1.


Reproductive Health Awareness
Programme

Exhibition on health awareness

Exhibition on Women and health



Pulse Polio Programmes

Domestic Violence act awareness

Dept. of S.P.M., S. V. Medical
College

Collaboration with Women
teachers
association, Dept. of
Home Science & Population
Studies

“STEPS” NGO

“WINS’ NGO

Centre for
Extension Studies


2.


Department is
arranging

Economics classes in Engineering
courses.

Under CBCS scheme 10 students
in M.B.A. and 12 students in
M.C.A. were enrolled

during the
last year.

31 students were enrolled in
Certificate courses like
Computer Hardware, M.

S.

Office, PG Diploma in
Computer Applications and
spoken English.


Economics

3.


Research works in collaboration
with other departments

Psychology & Sociology

Education

4.


Offering subjects of Inter
disciplinary

nature under

CBCS
system in L
.
L.M.

Dissertation
work and

Ph.D.
works

LLM

Law

5.


Ph.D.

Biotechnology/ Microbiology/
Virology

Biochemistry

6.


Ph.D. External Elective on Herbal
medicine

Biotechnology, Microbiology
and Environmental Science
Departments of S.V.
University, Tirupati; Forest
Botany

22


Sl.
No.

Programme

Department(s) with which the
programme is started

Departments

dept. of A.P., WORD
-
NGO

7.


Inter
-
disciplin
a
r
y

Research

Botany and Bio
-
Technology

Environmental
Science

8.


Teaching

Teaching and practical support
from sister departments of
Statistics, Computer Center,
Bio
-
Technology, Food
Microbiology, Aquaculture in
SVU
.



Food Engineering &
Horticulture of SV Agriculture
College
.

Dairy, Live Stock depar
tments
of SV Veterinary Colleg
e.

SVU Engineering College.

Home Science

9.


Nanotechnology papers offered by
Virology Department

Nanotechnology course of
Physics Department

Virology

10.


Interdisciplinary research
programmes are taken up between
the department
s


Zoology
,

Bioinformatics,
Biotechnology

and

Microbiology.

Zoology




5. E
XAMINATION REFORMS IMPLEMENTED:




Semester exams with Internal & External Evaluations.



The system of internal assessment has been increased from 20% to 30% in all
departments. In all the departments the answer scripts of internal tests are given to the
students to know how they are assessed.



Practices of double valuation, moderation & pers
onal identification of scripts i
s

continu
ing
.



Model internal question paper has been changed from MCQ to descriptive like Essay
type & short answer type & MC type of questions uniformly.



Average marks of two internal tests are considered so that to encour
age the students to
attend 2 tests.



The examination system has been thoroughly revamped resulting in the timely conduct of
semester
-
end examinations.



Internal Assessment test, evaluation publication of results and quick issue of marks
statements to the st
udents.



Students are apprised of their range of performance in the Internal Assessment Test so as
to enable them to improve their performance in future examinations.



Introduction of Methodology Paper for Pre
-
Ph.D. written examination from the academic
year 2010
-
2011.



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6
.

CANDIDATES QUALIFIED IN NET/SLET/GATE/OTHERS:





The changes in the curriculum which were aimed at enabling the students compete
successfully in the various exams have started to give the results. 43 University students
from
13 departmen
ts have succeeded in many of research related qualifying exams.


The following table gives the details of the students declared qualified in the various exams.


Sl.
No.

Name of the Candidate

Test Passed

Month /Year

Departments

1.


S. Margaret

RGNF

December
2009

Economics

2.


V. Sunitha

NET

February 2010

Law

3.


N. Padmaja

NET

July 2009

Anthropology

4.


1.
S. Preeti

2.K. Prabhavathi

CSIR NET

December
2009

Biochemistry

5.


1. S. Ankanna

2. Anil Kumar

RJRF

RSRF

2009

Botany

6.


1.Mr. K. Nagaiah

2.Mr. S. Kashim Sahed

3.
Mr. K.M. Rajesh

GATE


February 2010


Physics



7.


S. Saritha

GATE

February 2010

Zoology

8.


1.
Ahmed Basha

2.
Noorzia Nasseen

JRF

February 2010

Management Studies

9.


1.
MVV. Nagasamrat

2.G. Geetika

3.T. Hemanth Kumar

4.R. Srikanth

5.S. Sivakumar

6.M. Sairamu

7.B. Harikrishna Reddy

GATE


February 2010


Chemical Engineering



10.


1.
A. Karthik Reddy

2.
K.

Kailash Kumar Raju

3.
K. Prabanj Reddy

4.
B. Mahesh

5.
K. Rekha

6.
M. Prathyusha Yadav

7.
J. Padmanabham

8.
C.V.Sravan Kumar

9.
C. Reddappa

10.
M. Dhana Raj

11.
A. Jansi
Lakshmi

GATE


February 2010


Civil Engineering


24


Sl.
No.

Name of the Candidate

Test Passed

Month /Year

Departments

12.
C. Shiva Shankar

13.
S. Harshavardhan

14.
K. Sudharsan

15.
T. Durgasree

16.
S. Vara Prasad

17.
G. Giriprasad

18.
S. Anil Kumar

11.


1.V. Skanda Raj

2.D. Dinesh

3.K. Himaja

4.
J. Lakshmi Jyothi

5.
Y. Ravi Teja

GATE


February 2010


Computer Science
Engineering



12.


1.
Sd. Areef Hussain

2.
M. Madan

3.
Swathi

4.
Damodar

GATE


February 2010


Electrical and Electronic
Engineering


13.


1.
C. Yaswath Kumar
Reddy

2.
D. Sreenivasulu

GATE


February 2010


Mechanical Engineering















25




7.
Initiative towards Faculty Development Programme
:


RC, OC
-

Programme/Training/Workshops/Others Participated by the faculty members.

National / International.

Appendix
-

I





8.

Faculty Members Participated in National and International Seminars, Conferences


and Symposia:


a) Seminars / Conferences / Symposia participated (National)


b) Seminars / Conferences / Symposia participated (International)


Appendix
-
II






9.

N
umber of Seminars/Workshops organized by the faculty:


a) Seminars / Conferences /
Symposia

organized (National)


b) Seminars / Conferences /
Symposia

organized (International)


Appendix


III






10. Publications by the faculty of the department with Citation Index & Impact Factor


Appendix


IV






11. a) Research Projects



b) Patents Generated: (Please specify number and details of the patents if any)



Appendix


V






26


12. NEW COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH PROGRAMMES:





Almost all the science departments have collaborative research activity with other
academic and research institutions both in India and abroad.

The following tables give the details of the various
collaborations developed at national
and international level by different Departments of the University.



Collaborations at
National

level:


Sl.
No.

Programme

Department/Institutions

involved

Departments

1.


National Viewer ship Survey on
UGCs ‘Vyas
Channel’ in Andhra
Pradesh

Educational Multimedia
Research Centre, Osmania
University, Hyderabad

Adult Education

2.


1)
Female condom
a
cceptability

2)
Radio Programme Evaluation


3)
Road survey project


4)
Political Survey

1)
Synovate, Chennai

2)
AIR
Audience research
wing, Hyderabad

3)
Feedback ventures,
Bangalore

4)
DRS, Hyderabad

Anthropology


3.


Collaborative Research Project

BARC, Mumbai and NIN
Hyderabad

Environmental
Science

4.


Thin Film Solar Cell materials

GE Technology, India Ltd.
Bangalore. 3.00 lakhs

Physics

5.


“Behavioral and Bra
i
n region
specific neurochemical perturbations
following chronic arsenic exposure
in rats : Protection with chelating
agents and anti oxidants”

Division of Pharmacology and
Toxicology, DRDE, Gwalior.

Zoology

6.


Design of sensor systems for the
implementations in network security

Dept. of Electronics,
University of technology,
Behrain

Computer Science

7.


Programme to the research scholars

JNTU Kakinada and JNTU
Anantapur.

Computer Science
& Engineering



Collaborations at
International

level:


Sl.
No.

Programme

Department/Institutions

involved


1.


Indo
-
Italian Project entitled “Effect
of heavy metal pollution on soil
functionality”


Italy

Botany

2.


1) Ultrashort Pulse Laser
Waveguide Inscription in Glasses
for Integrated optics

2) Optical properties of rare earth in
1) UGIERI, British Council,
UK and IISc, Bangalore.

2) Spain

Physics

27


Sl.
No.

Programme

Department/Institutions

involved


solids at high pressure for the
development of photonic devices



13. RESEARCH GRANTS RECEIVED FROM VARIOUS AGENCIES
(UGC/CSIR/DST
etc.
)




Grants amounting to
Rs.
1476.42

lakhs
were

received during 2009
-
10 from various
agencies
UGC, DST, DBT, ICMR, CSIR, BRNS, TTD, ISRO, ICSSR, MoEF
towards
research
development
.



Following table gives Department wise details of the research assistance grants received
by various funding agencies. Out of the total projects 7 are completed and 73 are in
operation.



UGC and DST Released grant under XI plane to University a
nd for special Assistance
programme (SAP)


and FIST programmes to some department


Sl.
No.

Agency


Grant


(Lakh)

Status

Ongoing/

Completed

Departments

1.



UGC

ICSSR

MHRD

3.90

2.82

1.80

Ongoing

Ongoing

Completed

Adult Education



2.


UGC

26
.
56

Ongoing

Economics

3.


UGC

3.46

Ongoing

Education

4.


UGC

4.47

Ongoing

Performing Arts

5.


UGC

60.00

Ongoing

SEAP Studies

6.


UGC New Delhi

0.36

Ongoing

Tamil

7.


UGC

UGC

Sri City, Chennai
.

Tribal Welfare, Govt. of
Andhra Pradesh

4
.
71

9
.
86

1
.
00

1
.
00

Completed

On
going

On going

Completed

Anthropology



8.


UGC (DRS)

DST (FIST)

10.00

50.00

Ongoing

Ongoing

Biochemistry


9.


UGC

DST

12.28

34.95

Completed

Ongoing

Biotechnology


10.


DST (FIST) Programme,

DST Fast Track Scheme

DST Research Project

33.50

16.56

23.36

Ongoing

Ongoing

Ongoing

Botany


11.


UGC

DST

FIST

SAP

Books Purchases

12.00

20.00

3.50

1.60

1.40

Ongoing

Ongoing

Ongoing

Ongoing

Completed

Chemistry

12.


UGC

6.42

Ongoing

Fishery Science

28


Sl.
No.

Agency


Grant


(Lakh)

Status

Ongoing/

Completed

Departments

13.


XI plan, 5
th

Installment

4.85

Completed

Geography

14.


DST

UGC

DMRTUF

66.96

24.23

26.46

Ongoing

Ongoing

Ongoing

Geology


15.


UGC

17
.
20

Ongoing

Home Science

16.


UGC

18
.
06

Ongoing

Microbiology

17.


UGC
-
SAP

UGC

1.00


8
.
97

Completed

Ongoing

Population Studies


18.


UGC

CSIR

DST

DRDO

DAE (BRNS)

UKIERI

ISRO

Spain

Dept. of
Space

1,32.43

12.13

18.93

1,04.33

29.48

1,51.00

60.00

16.38

32.00

Ongoing

Ongoing

Ongoing

Ongoing

Ongoing

Ongoing

Ongoing

Ongoing

Ongoing

Physics



19.


DST

3.08

Completed

Statistics

20.


DBT

UGC

35.99

10.08

Ongoing

Ongoing

Virology


21.


DST

DRDE

ICMR

UGC

85.36

9.13

14.70

38.51

Ongoing

Ongoing

Ongoing

Ongoing

Zoology



22.


UGC

1,11.62

Ongoing

Commerce

23.


DST

UGC
-
XI PLAN

15.00

3.20

Ongoing

Ongoing

Computer Science


24.


UGC

13.00

Ongoing

Chemical
Engineering

25.


UGC

6.87

Ongoing

Economics, SVU.
PG. Centre,
Kavali.

26.


UGC

ICSSR

UGC
-
RGNF

2.08

3.80

9.62

Ongoing

Ongoing

Ongoing

Commerce, SVU. PG.
Centre, Kavali.


27.


UGC

9.87

Ongoing

Zoology, SVU. PG.
Centre, Kavali.

28.


National Mission for
Manuscripts, New Delhi

TTD, (Reprint Scheme)

UGC, New Delhi

4.50


25.00

5.09

Ongoing


Ongoing

Ongoing

ORI


Total grants received

1476.42



29



1
4
.

DETAILS OF
RESEARCH SCHOLARS (PH. D. AND M. PHIL. PROGRAMME):

a) Ph.D. PROGRAMMES



During the academic session 2009
-
10 a total of 1748 students enrolled for Ph.D. in the
various Departments and a total of 227 scholars received their Ph.D. degree.
The
following table gives Department wise details of the Ph.D. enrolments and the scholars
who received their doctorates:

Sl.

No.

Name of the

Department


On Rolls


Awarded

Full
-
Time

Part
-
Time

Full
-
Time

Part
-
Time

1.


Adult & Continuing Education

05

03

02

-

2.


AIHC & A

-

-

02

01

3.


Centre for Extension Studies

05

02

-

-

4.


Econometrics

12

02

02

-

5.


Economics

37

15

12

-

6.


Education

20

20

05

02

7.


English

01

01

04

03

8.


Hindi

11

08

03

01

9.


History

15

05

01

-

10.


Human Rights

08

02

-

-

11.


Law

07

05

-

01

12.


Library and Information Science

13

16

02

01

13.


Linguistics

15

06

-

-

14.


Performing Arts

02

03

-

-

15.


Philosophy

43

04

06

-

16.


Physical Education

-

10

-

01

17.


Political Science & Public Administration

14

13

01

03

18.


Population Studies

24

20

04

03

19.


Sanskrit

-

01

-

-

20.


SEAP Studies

06

-

02

01

21.


Sociology

17

-

-

-

22.


Tamil

13

12

02

-

23.


Telugu Studies

44

27

08

03

24.


Urdu

02

08

-

02

25.


Anthropology

13

03

01

-

26.


Biochemistry

26

18

18

-

27.


Biotechnology

13

-

02

-

28.


Botany

24

31

01

01

29.


Chemistry

162

70

23

06

30.


Environmental Science

14

05

05

-

31.


Fishery Science
a
nd Aquaculture

05

01

-

-

32.


Geography

12

03

01

-

30


Sl.

No.

Name of the

Department


On Rolls


Awarded

Full
-
Time

Part
-
Time

Full
-
Time

Part
-
Time

33.


Geology

18

03

-

-

34.


Home Science

04

03

01

-

35.


Instrumentation

05

04

-

-

36.


Mathematics

25

22

13

06

37.


Microbiology

09

03

-

-

38.


Physics

97

56

08

05

39.


Psychology

17

19

09

01

40.


Statistics

13

20

03

-

41.


Virology

19

-

-

-

42.


Zoology

77

17

03

03

43.


Commerce

27

23

10

03

44.


Computer Science

19

06

01

-

45.


Management Studies

72

64

02

03

46.


Chemical Engineering

05

10

-

02

47.


Civil Engineering

02

12

-

03

48.


Computer Science & Engineering

01

20

-

01

49.


Electrical and Electronic Engineering

10

65

02

04

50.


Mechanical
Engineering

02

11

-

-

51.


Economics, SVU. PG. Centre, Kavali.

04

-

-


52.


Commerce, SVU. PG. Centre, Kavali.

08

07

-

-

53.


Physics, SVU. PG. Centre, Kavali.

04

02

01

-

54.


Zoology, SVU. PG. Centre, Kavali.

12

07

01

-

55.


Director Distance Education

-

-

01

02

56.


ORI

17

10

03

-


Total

1050

6
98

165

62



b) M. Phil. . PROGRAMME
:




A total of 371 scholars got registered for M. Phil. course in the different Departments and
162 received their M. Phil. degree during the 2009
-
10 academic session. The following table
is the

detail of scholars in the different Departments for M.

Phil.



Sl.

No.

Name of the

Department


On Rolls


Awarded

Full
-
Time

Part
-
Time

Full
-
Time

Part
-
Time

1.


Adult & Continuing Education

02

-

01

-

2.


Economics

09

-

08

-

3.


Education

04

02

-

-

4.


English

-

-

02

03

5.


Hindi

02

-

01

-

6.


History

04

-

-

-

7.


Human Rights

01

-

01

-

31



Sl.

No.

Name of the

Department


On Rolls


Awarded

Full
-
Time

Part
-
Time

Full
-
Time

Part
-
Time

8.


Library and Information Science

06

03

-

02

9.


Linguistics

01

-

-

-

10.


Performing Arts

01

-

-

-

11.


Philosophy

06

-

03

-

12.


Political Science & Public Administration

07

01

01

-

13.


Population Studies

07

-

02

-

14.


Sociology

03

-

02

01

15.


Tamil

05

01

-

-

16.


Telugu Studies

07

02

09

27

17.


Urdu

02

-

01

-

18.


Anthropology

01