Sri Pradip Kumar Biswal
President
Dr. Kusha Chandra Pradhan
Principal

MATHEMATICS

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State level Seminar on Series Solutions for Ordinary Differential Equations by department of Mathematics on 7.9.2022


State level Seminar on Series Solutions for Ordinary Differential Equations by department of Mathematics on 7.9.2022


State level Seminar on Series Solutions for Ordinary Differential Equations by department of Mathematics on 7.9.2022


State level Seminar on Series Solutions for Ordinary Differential Equations by department of Mathematics on 7.9.2022


State Level Seminar on 7.9.2022


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   Name and address of the department: Department of Mathematics
Year of establishment of the department: 1966
Names of programmes/courses offered: UG
Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved: NIL
Annual / Semester / Choice Based Credit System: Choice Based Credit System
Programme-wise student-teacher ratio: 1:55
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff, sanctioned and filled: NIL
Departmental projects funded by DST – FIST, DBT, ICSSR, etc. : NIL
Research facility / Centre with State recognition, National recognition, International recognition: NIL
Details of patents and income generated: NIL
Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
Faculty recharging strategies: Internet, Library, Attending Seminar
Awards / Recognitions received at the National & International level by faculty: NIL
Doctoral / Post Doctoral fellows: NIL
Students: NIL
Seminars / Conferences / Workshops organized And the source of funding (National/International) with details of outstanding participants, if any: NA

Designation and contact details (mobile no. and e-mail ids)
Name Qualification Designation Contact No. E-mail id
Ashok Kumar Mishra M. Sc.,
M. Phil
Reader in Maths 9861435561 ashokkumarm476@gamil.com
Md. Tika Khan M. Sc.,
M. Phil
Lect. in Maths 9438016865 tikakhan@rediffmail.com
Bibekananda Jena M. Sc.,
M. Phil
Lect. in Maths 943727672 bibekjena1967@gmail.com
Guruprasanna Sahoo M. Sc. Lect. in Maths 9438841522 gurusahoo76@gmail.com
Ranjan Kumar Sahu M. Sc.,
M. Phil
Lect. in Maths 9861297503 ranjanmath503@gmail.com

Name of the Course (refer Question No.- 2)

Applications received

Selected

Pass Percent

Male

Female

Male

Female

UG

130

17

15

100 %

100 %

 

Session            No. of students           1st class with Distinction

2015                32                                20

2016                37                                20

2017                29                                15

2018                21                                06

2019                15                                02     

 

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

UG

20 %

100 %

NIL

NIL

 

How many students have started Civil Services, Defence Services, NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?: 5 – 6 per year

Student Progression

Student Progression

Percentage against enrolled

UG to PG

20

PG to M. Phil.

5

PG to Ph. D.

3

 

1. Who are graduates of the same parent university: 90 %
2. From other universities within the state: NIL
3. From other universities from other states: 10 %
4. The number of faculties who were awarded Ph. D., D. Sc. and D. Litt. During the assessment period: NIL

Library: Yes
Internal facilities for staff & students: Yes
Total number of classrooms: 20
Classrooms with ICT facilities: No
Computer Laboratories: 01
Research laboratories: No
Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from the college: 20
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of a new programme(s)? If so give the methodology: No

Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If Yes, how does the department utilise it ?: Yes, the evaluation is made regularly at the conductive board by the faculty.
Students & staff, curriculum as well as teaching, learning, evaluation and what is the response of the department to the same: Students feedback is collected regularly. The responses of the students are presented in the Board of Studies meeting.
Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of the department to the same: Views of Alumni members are always sought and reflected in the progress of the department

(i) Laxmidhar Patri – Lect. in Mathematics, Kamakhyanagar College, Dhenkanal
(ii) Jyotiprakash Rout – Lect. in Mathematics, I.G. Women’s College, Jajpur Road
(iii) Muralidhar Sahoo - Lect. in Mathematics, Madhupur College, Kalana, Jajpur
(iv) Ratikanta Das – Indian Army
(v) Subhasisni Das – S. P. Office, Panikoili, Jajpur
(vi) Pabitra Kumar Sahoo - Lect. in Mathematics, R. M. College, Bhuban, Dhenkanal
(vii) Pradeep Kumar Sahu - Lect. in Mathematics, Patitapaban Mahavidyalaya, Sainkul, Anandapur
(viii) Ajay Kumar Mohanty – Principal, KBRS, Cuttack
(ix) Pradeep Kumar Sahoo Clerk, RMS, J. K. Road
(x) Rajesh Kumar Sahoo – Lect. in Mathematics, Rajdhani College, Bhubaneswar

Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lecturers / workshops / seminar) with external experts :
The department of Mathematics has organised a seminar “Recurrence Relations and Generating Functions” on 21.09.2019 at Conference hall under the Chairmanship of Co-ordinator-cum-HODMathematics with two Resource Persons Dr. Dhirendra Kumar Dalei, Associate Professor-cum-Principal Jr. Science College, AYBA, Kendrapara & Prof. Bikash Chandra Dash, Rtd. Reader in Mathematics, Choudwar College, Choudwar
List the teaching methods adopted by the faculties for different programmes: Innovative teaching methods are followed by the teachers as group discussion, powerpoint presentations and seminars are being organized to enhance the ability of students
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department : NA
State, whether the programme/department is accredited/graded by other agencies (Give details): The college, is centrally accredited NAAC and “Centre for Potential and Excellence”

Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and challenges (SWOC) of the department

  • Strength  :
    • The department has one seminar library with an adequate number of text and reference books
    • Internal Seminar in the department are conducted regularly
    • Teachers are resourceful and skilled enough in catering to the needs of the students
  • Weakness :
    • Number of faculties is inadequate
    • The classrooms are not spacious
    • Scarcity of funds to promote research and extension activities
    • Poor attendance of students 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 at par with the national level
    • Raising the level of competition with other institutions

Incumbency chart (HOD and other faculty members) of last 05 years

2015 – 16

  1. Tika Khan, Lecturer (Gr.–A & HOD)
  2. Bibekananda Jena, Lecturer
  3. Guruprasanna Sahoo, Lecturer
  4. Ranjan Kumar Sahu, Lecturer

2016 – 17

  1. Tika Khan, Lecturer (Gr.–A & HOD)
  2. Bibekananda Jena, Lecturer
  3. Guruprasanna Sahoo, Lecturer
  4. Ranjan Kumar Sahu, Lecturer

2017 – 18

  1. Ashok Kumar Mishra, Reader & HOD
  2. Tika Khan, Lecturer (Gr.–A)
  3. Bibekananda Jena, Lecturer
  4. Guruprasanna Sahoo, Lecturer
  5. Ranjan Kumar Sahu, Lecturer

2018 – 19

  1. Ashok Kumar Mishra, Reader & HOD
  2. Tika Khan, Lecturer (Gr.–A)
  3. Bibekananda Jena, Lecturer
  4. Guruprasanna Sahoo, Lecturer
  5. Ranjan Kumar Sahu, Lecturer

2019 – 20

  1. Ashok Kumar Mishra, Reader & HOD
  2. Tika Khan, Lecturer (Gr.–A)
  3. Bibekananda Jena, Lecturer
  4. Guruprasanna Sahoo, Lecturer
  5. Ranjan Kumar Sahu, Lecturer

 

Achievements of past teachers who were once part of this department

  1. N. B. Dhal retired Principal of U. N. S. College, Khairabad, Mugupal, Jajpur;
  2. M. Raja Rao retired as HOD, Prof. K. C. Prusty retired as HOD in B. B. Mohavidyalaya, Chandikhole, Jajpur
  3. B. Behera retired as Principal, Anchalika Mohavidyalaya, Hatidihi;
  4. Jagabandhu Sahoo working as HOD in Anandapur College
  5. Akshaya Kumar Mohanty retired Principal, V. N. (Auto.) College, Jajpur Road