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ACHIEVEMENTS

9.1 TRAINING-NATIONAL

Department faculty have conducted nearly 300 training programmes in the past five years and trained approximately 7000 participants at national level in following categories Pedagogy, content based,

Sl. No. Category 20-21 19-20 18-19 17-18 16-17 15-16 Program Nos.
1 Pedagogy/Andragogy 24 27 21 21 24 19 146
2 Content Based 12 13 16 11 20 23 95
3 Curriculum Reforms - - 09 11 - - 20
4 Interdisciplinary 2 8 5 8 11 6 40

Major training Ares covered in the past years are

  • Innovations in teaching learning
  • Advance teaching methods
  • Induction training programs
  • Design of Laboratory Experiences
  • Nano Technology
  • Laser Technology
  • Applications of transforms in engineering and technology
  • Curriculum Reforms
  • Environmental Aspects
  • Research paper and Proposal Writing
  • Green Technology



9.2 TRAINING- INTERNATIONAL

01 Programme titled as “Environmental pollution, analysis and treatment” Under TCS Scheme

9.3 LONG TERM PROGRAMMES

Faculty of the Department has contributed in various long term programmes such as M Tech. Ed.M Tech Program and MBA.

9.4 CURRICULA DEVELOPED

Faculty of the Department has developed competency and outcome-based curriculua for various states as follows.

Sl. No. University and State Curricula Particulars
1 GTU, Gujarat Chemical engineering Programmes, Ceramic Engineering Programmes, Branch specific curriculum of applied sciences
2 MSBTE, Maharashtra Developed Outcome based discipline specific curriculum of applied sciences
3 CSVTU, Chattisgarh Redesigned Outcome based discipline specific curriculum of applied sciences
9.5 PEDAGOGY RESEARCH CONTRIBUTIONS

Department have submitted research projects with title as

  • “Impact analysis of curriculum of basic science and mathematics courses on effectiveness of Degree engineering programs” for Pedagogical research
  • “Effectiveness of virtual lab for developing core concepts of physics in engineering degree/diploma students”
9.6 LEARNING RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (PRINT AND NON PRINT)

Department have developed Print and non print LRs for training and Education

  • Department have contributed in development of 3 MOOCs, 3 Video Lectures,
  • Faculty of the Department has published nearly 10 Books In the areas of applied sciences.

Books Authored by DASE faculty

Sl. No. Title of the Books
1 Antarctic: Vigyan evam chunotiyan (Science and Challenges)
2 “Antarctic: Aakarshan Kyon-----?, ISBN: 81-89107-143
3 Antarctic Where the Silence Speaks, ISBN: 81-89107-03-08
4 Antarctic: Ek Rahashymay Mahadeep, ISBN: 978-93-80834-09-2
5 Ionospheric study of Equatorial Anomaly Station, ISBN978-3-8433-5566-7
6 Antarctica:- A Planet of the Planet,P. K. Purohit, ISBN: 978-3-639-51212-0.
7 Engineering Mathematics -I
8 Engineering Mathematics –II, ISBN: 81-89352-03-02
9 Integration Theory and Functional Analysis
10 Four apparatus for nuclear physics experiments
9.7 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN

Department has conducive research environment and actively involved in undertaking research work since inception. The detailed research development activities are as follows.

Ph.D. Awarded: Total 28 Students have been awarded Ph.D’s under the guidance of faculty of the Department.

Sl. No. Subject No of student Awarded Phd No of student pursuing Phd
1 Physics 14 5
2 Mathematics 14 2

Research Publications:

  • Published 160 (approximately) In national and international indexed journals of repute.
  • Published 140 (approximately) In national and international Conferences.
  • Published 11 Book Chapters in national and international indexed journals/books
S.No. Subject No of paper published in journals
1 Physics 88
2 Mathematics 37
3 Chemistry 31

Conferences Organized: 04 (03 national and 01 International Conferences

  • International Conference on Recent Trends in Analysis and Optimization, during 09/11/20 to 11/11/2020 conducted in Online mode.
  • International Conference on Recent Trends in Analysis and Optimization, during 09/11/20 to 11/11/2020 conducted in Online mode
  • Conference on Advances in Pharmaceutical Research and Chemistry, Organized by National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research, Bhopal, From 22 – 24 March 2012.
  • Regional Workshop on Youth Leadership for Eco & Wash Futures on 4th July 2014 and 18th Meeting of Technical Advisory Committee on S&T Communication for Eco-Wash Awareness and Literacy

Glimpses of International Conference on Recent Trends in Analysis and Optimization, during 09/11/20 to 11/11/2020 in Online mode.

Sponsored Projects: 01

Department have successfully completed a sponsored project by DST, Govt of India with the title: Prof.S.S. Bhatnagar memorial lecture series”.

As a part of project “S. S. Bhatnagar Memorial Lecture Series for Popularization of Science” funded by DST Govt. of India, the department organized the lectures of eminent scientists like Bharat Ratna Prof.C.N.R.Rao, Prof. Sourav Pal,Prof. Girjsh Govil Prof. C. L. Khetrapal,Prof. Lallan Mishra, Prof. B. R. Srinivasan,Prof. S. P. Gupta,Prof. Mrs. Sulabha Kulkarni, Prof. J. P. Mittal, Prof. Kunal Roy, Prof Alireza Ashrafi from university of Kashan were invited for popularization of science.


9.8 CONSULTANCY PROJECTS FOR ACADEMIA/INDUSTRIES/FIELD AGENCIES

Faculty members of the DASE are engaged as coordinator for consultancy based faculty Induction Program (FIP) under PMMMNMTT of TLC ( Teaching learning Center) awarded by MHRD ( MOE).

9.9 EXTENSION SERVICES

Department is involved in Vetting of laboratory equipment for Physics, Chemistry, Plastic & Pharmacy laboratories for polytechnic colleges of various states of western region.

9.10 DISTANCE LEARNING MODE

Department had developed learning resources for applied sciences for distance learning courses for Gujarat states.

HONORS AND AWARDS
  • Project for Indian Antarctic Scientific Expedition to Antarctica 2002 awarded by DOD, GOI (Prof P K Purohit))
  • Project for Space Weather programme at Antarctica Role: Co-PI Year 2006, Amount Approx 30 lakh. (Prof P K Purohit)
  • Project for Latitudinal studies of Ionospheric Scientillation and total electron content investigation of Geomagnetic phenomenon of storm, sub-storm and micropulsation from Indian and Russian g Role: Co-PI Year 2002, Amount 35 lakh, (Prof P K Purohit)
  • Project for Study of VLF phenomenon at Antarctica, Role: Co-PI Year 2002, Amount Approx 30 lakh, (Prof P K Purohit)
  • Project for Studies on Ionospheric Variabilities, Role: PI Year 2001, Amount 50 thousand(Prof P K Purohit)
  • Best Paper award in International Journal Conference on Chemical, Environment and Geological Sytems. (Prof Bashirullah shaik)
  • NET Physics LS ( Dr Hussain Jeevakhan)