Sri Pradip Kumar Biswal
President
Dr. Kusha Chandra Pradhan
Principal

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   Name of the Department: Department of Chemistry
Year of establishment: 1978
Name of Courses offered: Under Graduate (UG)
Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved: Nil
Participation of the department in the courses offered: Department of BioScience

System of Examination

Year

System of Examination

Up to 2009

Annual

2010-2015

Semester

2015 to onwards

Choice-based credit system (Semester)

 

Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Reader/Lecturer/Demonstrator

Teaching posts

Sanctioned

Filled

Reader

03

03

Lecturer

04

04

Demonstrator

03

03

     

Name of faculty with qualification, designation, and specialization

Sl.No.

Name of Faculty

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

No. of Years of Experience

1

Sri D.P.Mohanty

M.Sc.

Lecturer

Physical

34

2

Mrs. Mamata Samal

M.Sc., M.Phil.

Lecturer

Organic

29

3

Dr.Mrs. S.Otta

M.Sc., Ph.D., PG DCA

Lecturer

Inorganic

19

4

Dr. Dasharatha Sahu

M.Sc., Ph.D

Lecturer

Organic

25

5

Sri Jayanta Kumar Nayak

M.Sc., PG DBS

Lecturer

Organic

21

6

Mrs. Reena Roy

M.Sc.

Lecturer

Physical

21

7

Miss Leena Mohanty

M.Sc.

Lecturer

Polymer Chemistry

14

8

Sri Bhimsen Das

B.Sc.

Demonstrator

 

28

9

Sri Ratnakar Swain

B.Sc.

Demonstrator

 

26

10

Sri R.K.Dubei

B.Sc.

Demonstrator

 

07

 

Programme-wise Student-Teacher Ratio: 1:70

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

Number of faculty with ongoing projects

a) National: Nil

b) International funding agencies and: Nil

c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise: Nil

d) Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc; Total grants received: Nil

Research Work/Paper Published

Name

Qualification

Designation

Ph.D. (Awarded/Registered/Submitted)

No. papers published in the last 5 years in National/International Journals.

Sri D.P.Mohanty

M.Sc.

Lecturer

   

Mrs. Mamata Samal

M.Sc., M.Phil.

Lecturer

Registered

 

Dr. Sujata Otta

M.Sc., Ph.D., PG DCA

Lecturer

Awarded

 

Dr. Dasharatha Sahu

M.Sc., Ph.D

Lecturer

Awarded

03 International

Sri Jayanta Kumar Nayak

M.Sc., PG DBS

Lecturer

   

Mrs, Reena Roy

M.Sc.

Lecturer

   

Miss Leena Mohanty

M.Sc.

Lecturer

   

Publications

Name of Faculty

Name of the article

ISSN No.

Year of publication

Name of Journal with Impact factor

National/

International

Dr. D. Sahu

Thermodynamics of Na2 SO4 in mixed solvents

2394-5710

2016

International Journal in Physical and Applied Science(I.F- 3.960)

International

Dr. D. Sahu

Viscosity studies of Na2 SO4 10H2O in mixed solvents at different temperatures

ISSN 2395-6011

2015

International Journal of Scientific Research in Science and Technology

International

Dr. D. Sahu

Density, Viscosity and Ultrasonic Studies of Potassium Sulfate in Propan-2-ol +Water Mixture at303.15K

ISSN

2278-6783

2016

Chemical Science Review and Letters

International

Faculty recharging strategies: From the Internet, Library, Journals and attending seminars

 

Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter-departmental: 100%
Percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with industries/institutes: 30%

Student profile course-wise

Name of the Course

Applications received

Selected Male Female

Pass percentage Male/ Female

UG

260

28 20

100%

Diversity of students

Name of the Course

% of students from the College

% of students from the State

% of students from other States

% of students from other Countries

U.G

25%

100%

Nil

Nil

Student’s results

Year

No. of students appeared

No. of students passed

% of Pass

No. of students passed first division with Distinction

2015

32

30

94%

18

2016

48

45

95%

25

2017

48

42

88%

28

2018

48

40

84%

27

2019

48

42

88%

26

         

 

How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defence Services, NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?
About 10 to 12 students per year qualifying in other competitive examinations like Bank, Railway & Industries etc.

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Student Progression

Percentage against enrolled

UG to PG

20

PG to M.Phil.

10

PG to P.hD.

05

Ph.D. to Post- Doctoral

02

Employed Campus selection

25

Other than Campus recruitment Entrepreneurs

05

Percentage of faculty who are graduates

 

Of the same parent University

90%

From other universities within the State

Nil

From other Universities from other States

10%

Department infrastructure and Facilities

  • Library: Yes
  • Internet facilities for staff and students: Yes
  • Total number of classrooms: 20
  • Class Rooms with ICT facility: No
  • Students laboratories: 03
  • Research laboratories: No

Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from college: 30

Does the department obtain feedback from faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the department utilize it?
Yes, the evaluation is made regularly at the conducting board by the faculty.
Student’s feedback is collected regularly. The responses of students are presented in the Board of Studies meeting.

Alumini

Views of Alumni members are always sought & reflected in the progress of the Department.

List of distinguished alumni of the department:

  • Rasmita Sahoo M.Sc, Lecturer in Chemistry, Baruneswar Mohavidyalaya
  • Losna Mohanty, MSc Med. Continuing
  • Suman Khandai, Msc, BEd Lecturer
  • Tapaswani Das Msc Continuing
  • Amit Sahoo,MSc continuing
  • Maninath Majhi MPhil, Sambalpur University
  • Madhusmita Deuri, Teacher
  • Ananta kumar Sahoo, Teacher
  • Sonam Mohanty,Asst. Manager,UCO Bank,Jajpur Road
  • Rosalin Mohanty, Asst. Manager,UCO Bank,Danagadi
  • Itishree Sahoo, Asst. Manager,axis Bank
  • Ahmad,Lecturer,GIET,Khurda
  • Biswajit Rana,Chemist,BBSR
  • Subhakanta Nayak,Lecturer in Govt. Polytechnic,Jajpur
  • Chittaranjan Jena, Chemist,Vedanta

 

Enrichment and Evaluation

  • Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures/workshops/seminars) with external experts.
    Internal and external seminars by the professors and guest faculties are sponsored by college management.
  • List of teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.
    Innovative teaching methods are followed by teachers as group discussions, PowerPoint presentations and seminars are being organized to enhance the ability of students.
  • How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?
    By conducting Internal (Theory and practical) examinations and seminar talks, we ensure the learning outcome of students.
  • Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.
    Teachers are going to other colleges to deliver talks, to read papers on various topics. They are conducting practical examinations of other colleges as an external examiner. They are also participating in UGC sponsored national seminars.
  • Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department.
    Students are involving in a study tour, picnic, and debate and quiz competitions which are beyond the syllabus and enhance their smartness.
  • State whether the programme/department is accredited/graded by other agencies. Give details.
    The college is centrally accredited by NAAC and got a B grade in 2015 accreditation by NAAC.

 

Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and challenges (SWOC)

Strength:

  • The department has one seminar library with an adequate number of books.
  • Overhead projectors are for seminars.
  • Internal seminars in the department are conducted regularly.
  • Teachers are resourceful and skilled enough in catering to the need of the students.

Weakness:

  • Number of faculties is inadequate
  • The classrooms are not spacious and LCD projectors are not installed in the classroom
  • Scarcity of funds to promote research and extension activities.
  • Poor attendance of students in Seminars.

Opportunity:

  • The departmental course is designed to meet the changing need of the students.
  • The available infrastructure could be better used for upholding the teaching-learning process.

Challenges:

  • Making the present course curriculum as per the national level.
  • Raising the level of competition with other institutions.
  • Future plans of the department.
    To open career orientation programmes like industrial safety, environmental chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry.