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Evaluative Report - Department of Sanskrit
Evaluative Report - Department of Sanskrit
1. Name of the Department
:
Department of Sanskrit
2. Year of establishment
:
1978
3. Is the Department part of a School/ :
Faculty of the university?
Yes.
4. Names of programmes offered
:
M.A. Sanskrit
M.Phil (Sanskrit) and
Ph.D (Sanskrit)
5. Interdisciplinary programmes and
departments involved
:
Nil
6. Courses in collaboration with other
universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc.
:
PG and Ph.D (Charles University
Jagelleniun University,
Crackow, Poland
7. Details of programmes discontinued, :
if any, with reasons
Nil
8. Examination System
(Annual/Semester/Trimester/
Choice Based Credit System)
:
Choice Based Credit Semester System
9. Participation of the department in
the courses offered by other depts.
:
Nil
10. Number of teaching posts sanctioned, filled and actual (Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors/others)
Post
11.
Sanctioned
Filled
Actual (including
CAS & MPS)
Professor
1
Nil
CAS-1
Associate Professor
2
2
2
Asst. Professors
4
2
2 (1 CAS Professor)
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, area of specialization, experience
and research under guidance
1
Name
Prof. P.
Narayanan
Namboodiri
Qualificati
on
Designation
M.A, Ph.D
Sri. K.K.
Abdul Majeed
MA
Vyakarana,
Language
Philosophy,
Linguistics,
Sanskrit Poetics,
Technical
literature
Linguistics,
Women studies,
Dramaturgy,
Sanskrit Poetics,
Literary Criticism
Professor
Dr. K.K. M.A, M.Phil,
Geethakumary B.Ed, Ph.D
Dr. N.K.
Sundareswara MA, Ph.D
n
Specialization
Associate
Professor
Sanskrit Poetics,
Literary
Criticism, Vedic
Associate
Literature,
Professor
Technical
Literature and
Indian Philosophy
Classical Sanskrit
Literature,
Asst. Professor Sanskrit Vedanta
& Indian
Philosophy
No. of
Years of
Experience
No. of Ph.D./
M.Phil.
students
guided for
the last 4
years
33 years Guided 13 Ph.D.
experience in
students.
Produced 8
teaching and
doctorates
research
Guiding 8
20 years
experience in Ph.D students.
teaching and Produced 2
research
doctorates
18 years PG
teaching and
research
experience
6 years PG
teaching
12.
List of senior Visiting Fellows, adjunct :
faculty, emeritus professors
Nil
13.
Percentage of classes taken by
:
temporary faculty – programme-wise
information
Nil
14.
Programme-wise StudentTeacher Ratio
:
1:3,
15.
Number of academic support staff
(technical) and administrative staff
Sanctioned, filled and actual
:
Administrative: Sanctioned:
Filled:
Actual:
Technical
: Sanctioned:
Filled:
Actual:
2
Guiding 7
research
scholars,
Produced 1
doctorate
13
7
6
2
1
1
16.
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies:





Literary theory
Indian philosophy
Indian scientific traditions
Manuscriptology
Comparative poetics.
17.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding
agencies and c) Total grants received. Give the names of the funding agencies, project
title and grants received project-wise. : Nil
18.
Inter-institutional collaborative projects and associated grants received
a) National collaboration
:
b) International collaboration :
Nil
Jagelleniun University, Cracko, Poland, Charles
University, Chezch Republic
19.
Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC-SAP/CAS, DPE; DBT, ICSSR,
AICTE, etc.; total grants received. :Nil
20.
Research facility / centre with
•
•
•
state recognition
national recognition
international recognition
:
:
:
Yes
Yes
Yes
:
Nil
Number of papers published in peer
:
reviewed journals (national/international)
Monographs
:
Chapters in Books
:
Edited Books
:
Books with ISBN with details of
:
publishers
Number listed in International Database :
(For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus,
Humanities International Complete,
Dare Database - International Social
Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
Citation Index – range / average
:
SNIP
:
SJR
:
88
21.
Special research laboratories sponsored
by/created by industry or corporate bodies
22.
Publications:









3
8
19


Impact Factor – range / average
h-index
:
:
23.
Details of patents and income generated
:
Nil
24.
Areas of consultancy and income generated
:
Nil
25.
Faculty selected nationally / internationally to
visit other laboratories / institutions/
industries in India and abroad
:
Nil
26.
Faculty serving in
a) National committees
b) International committees
c) Editorial Boards
d) any other (please specify)
:
27.
Faculty recharging strategies (UGC,
ASC, Refresher/orientation programs,
workshops, training programs and
similar programs).
:
UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation
programs & workshops
28.
Student projects
29.
•
percentage of students who have
done in-house projects including
inter-departmental projects
:
Nil
•
percentage of students doing projects
:
in collaboration with other universities/
industry / institute
Nil
Awards / recognitions received at the national :
and international level by
Nil
•
Faculty
•
•
Doctoral / post doctoral fellows
Students
:
Dr. N.K. Sundareswaran (Vikram
Kalidasa Puraskar 2010)
4
30.
Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national
/ international) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
Sl.No.
1
International/
National/Local
International seminar on “Narrative Techniques in Indian International
Literature and Arts” 7th to 9th January 2010
Title
2
Prof. M.S. Menon Endowment by Prof. T.B. Venugopala
Panicker on the topic ‘Introducing Pali’-27th January 2010
State
3
Textual workshop and intensive study of higher texts in
Sanskrit grammar-08-18 February 2010
State
4
International Seminar on Indian Linguistic thought in
Retrospect and prospect-19th February 2010
5
3rd Prof. K.N.N Elayath Endowment Lecture-24th March
2010
State
6
7
8
Sanskrit Day Celebration-23rd & 24th September 2010
Kalidasothsavam-26th & 27th October 2010
Advanced Workshop on Navya Nyaya-Prof. T. Arya Devi &
Prof. V. Ramakrishna Bhatt- March 17 to 30 2011
Prof. M.S Menon Endowment – By Professor P.V Krishnan
nair on the topic ‘ Relevance of Classics’-25th January 2011
Two-Day National Sastrasabha- 1st & 2 December 2011
International Seminar on contemporary perceptions of
classical India- January 12th , 2011
3rd Prof. K.N.N Elayath Endowment Lecture-25th February
2011
Sanskrit Day Celebration-18th & 19th August 2011
Kalidasothsavam- 9th & 10th November 2011
The Erudite Scholar in Residence programme- January 10 to
14 2011
The Erudite Scholar in Residence Programme- 7th to 12th
State
State
State
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
International
State
National
International
State
State
State
State
State
February, 2011
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
24
25
National seminar on Indian music: Theory and practiceFebruary 17th 2011
Prof. N.V.P. Unithiri Endowment All Kerala Oriental
Conference- 12-13 December 2011
International Seminar on Vedic Heritage of India-08.02.2012
3rd Prof. K.N.N Elayath Endowment Lecture-2.02.2012
Kutiyattom
performance and demonstration lecture03.02.2012
National seminar on Aspects of Indian logic- 01.03.2012
Special Lecture Programme- 07.03.2012
26th Prof. M.S. Menon Endowment Lecture- 07.03.2012
Sanskrit Day Celebration- 1 & 22.08.2012
International Lecture Series-08.10.2012
5
National
State
International
State
State
National
State
State
State
International
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
One day seminar-09.10.2012
One day seminar on Litarary theory: Problems and
approaches 0.10.2012
Kalidasotsava-7.11.2012
International Lecture Series- 03.12.2012
7th Prof. N.V.P. Unithiri Endowment Lecture- 1 &
12.12.2012
4th Prof. K.N.N. Elayath Endowment Lecture- 08.02.2013
27th M.S. Menon Endowment Lecture on Sanskrit poetics
and Malayalam criticism- 05.03.2013
National Seminar on performance culture, Aesthetics: Rereading- 25.03.2013- 26.03.2013
Sree Sankara Jayanthi Celebrations- 05.05.2013
Special Lecture on Indian Aesthetics: New perspectives05.06.2013
Sanskrit Day Celebration & Vakyartha sadas- 30.09.201301.10.2013
Special Lecture on Upanishads Literature-01.10.2013
Kalidasotsavam – A seminar on ‘Dialogue with
contemporary: A reading of Kalidasa’s poetry’ and cultural
events-6.11.2013-07.11.2013
8th Prof. N.V.P. Unithiri Endowment All Kerala Oriental
Conference- 1 & 12 December 2013
28th Prof. M.S. Menon Endowment Lecture on Sanskrit
poetics and Malayalam criticism- 07.02.2014
One day career seminar-06.03.2014
5th Prof. K.N.N. Elayath Endowment Lecture- 12.03.2014
Kutiyattom Demostration Lecture- 10 & 21..03.2014
One day seminar- 14 & 25.03.2014
UGC sponsored national seminar on Kerala School of
Mathematics- 08 & 29.03.2014
Three day workshop on Sastraic tradition and modern
research- 27.08.2014 to 29.08.2014
Sanskrit Day Celebration-1 & 06.11.2014
Kalidasotsavam- 25, 26.11.2014
31.
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments: Nil
32.
Student profile programme-wise:
Name of the
Applications
Programme
received
(refer to question no. 4)
P.G.
Selected
Male Female
122
7
75
M.Phil.
5
22
Ph.D.
8
12
6
State
State
State
International
State
State
State
National
State
State
State
State
State
State
State
State
State
State
State
State
State
State
State
Pass percentage
Male
Female
33.
Diversity of students
Name of the
Programme
(refer to question
no. 4)
% of
students
from the
same
university
% of students
from other
universities
within the
State
% of students
from
universities
outside the
State
% of
students
from
other
countries
P.G.
60
38
0
2
M.Phil.
78
22
0
0
Ph.D.
92
8
0
0
34.
How many students have cleared Civil
Services and Defense Services
examinations, NET, SET, GATE and other
competitive examinations? Give details
category-wise.
35.
Student progression
:
NET/JRF/UGC/CSIR SET:
GATE:
Percentage against
enrolled
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
78%
PG to Ph.D.
82%
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Employed
a) Campus selection
b) Other than campus recruitment
a)
b) 22%
Entrepreneurs
36.
Diversity of staff
Percentage of faculty who are graduates
Of the same university
50%
From other universities within the state
50%
From universities from other states
From Universities outside the country
7
37.
Number of faculty who were awarded
M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during
the assessment period (2010-2015).
:
Nil
38.
Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities with regard to:
a) Library : The well set up library with 12200 books
b) Internet facilities for staff and students : Separate computer system for each
faculties with Internet facility. All research and M.Phil students
utilize
computer lab and internet facility
c) Total number of class rooms : 4
d) Class rooms with ICT facility: 2
e) Students’ laboratories
f) Research laboratories
39.
List of doctoral, post-doctoral students and Research Associates
a) from the host institution/university :
b) from other institutions/universities :
40.
Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the university : Nil
41.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
programme(s)? If so, highlight the methodology : No
42.
Does the department obtain feedback from
a. faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the
department utilize the feedback?
b. students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does the
department utilize the feedback?
c. alumni and employers on the programmes offered and how does the department
utilize the feedback?
Department giving the evaluation sheet provided by the University to know the feedback of
students on the teaching and learning which helps the evaluation make easy.
43.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)
1. Prof. C. Rajendran, Prof. K.G. Paulose,
2. Prof. G. Prasad,
3. Prof. P.C. Muraleemadhavan,
4. Prof. P.V. Ramankutty,
5. Prof. C. M. Neelakandan,
6. Dr. N.K. Sundareswaran,
7. Prof. K. Sekharan,
8. Dr. K.V. Vasudevan,
9. Dr. V.R. Muraleedharan
8
44.
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
involving external experts.
Details are given in item No 30.
45.
List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.
The faculty members are using smart board and projector for the teaching to make
effective.
46.
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes are monitored?
From the performance of students in exam and extensional programmes the department
ensuring that.
47.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.
Department of Sanskrit is organizing various seminars and extensional lectures in which
students and faculty members are also participating and presenting papers.
48.
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department.
The Department of Sanskrit is organizing Kalidasotsava and Samskritotsava in which
scholarly discourses like Vakyarthasadas and seminars are conducting for the students.
49.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If yes,
give details.
50.
Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic
or applied.
The department of chemistry has MoU with different research institutes in and outside
Department has designed elective courses and included in syllabus which will provide
new horizons of knowledge on Indian culture and literature.
51.
Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department.
52.
Future plans of the department
Conduct National and International seminars and Workshop for the teachers of colleges
under the jurisdiction of Calicut University.
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