Departments


  • Botany
    •                 Department of Botany

      DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY

      The Department of Botany was started with the introduction of first batch of B.Sc BZC and MbZC in 2014-2015 in three year Degree course in Botany in telugu medium was started. The following staff members had served as heads of the department of Botany :- J. Shekar (2014-2015 to 2016-2017), Y. Pratibha (2016-2017) G.Sarita (2017-2018) and Dr. Ch. Rama Raju (2018-till date). The Department also provides a well-equipped laboratory to cater to the requirements of Graduate students.


      BRIEF HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT

      • Establishment of the department – 2014
      • The Botanical Garden was developed in 2016 and being maintained till date.
      • Herbal medicinal garden was developed in 2018
      • The admitted strength in all the groups is having diversity of Pupils with rural as well as urban background covering diversified academic background.
      • Parental education is also lacking and majority is from Working class (Daily wages, farmer oriented)
      • The pattern of teaching in this Institution reflects the admissions, though there are many Educational Institutions are there in the Devarakonda.
      • Nearly 80% of the students are being admitted in UG from reserved categories and minorities.


      Highlights of the Department

      1. Dr. Ch. Rama Raju was awarded Ph.D.,in 2018.
      2. Dr. Ch. Rama Raju, was awarded Best Teacher from the District Collector, Nalgonda in 2018.
      3. Papers Published (National and International) – 5 
      4. Book Published (Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University) – Two (Dr. Ch. Rama Raju)
      5. Dhanvathari Herbal Medicinal Garden was established in 2018








      Programs / Courses Offered


      ·         B. Sc. Botany


      Syllabus

      BSc. Mahatma Gandhi University stipulated Syllabus is following.

      Endowments

      1.      Gold medal Prize for the best student passing from III B.Sc. Botany

      Gold medal to be awarded to a well behaved student with good academic record, passing out from B.Sc. Botany Final Year (Interest amount of Rs. 25,000/-).GET IN TOUCH WITH US!

      The labs are equipped with Laminar Air flow chamber, oven, bacterial and fungal culture facilities and OHP. Botanical garden is well maintained by the department with shade net house and medicinal plants.

      The objective of the Department of Botany has been to impart quality education to students at Graduation level.

      The Department has also implemented the Credit System for grading B.Sc. students since the year 2016, which offers flexibility in the structuring and assessment of courses.

      Salient Features of the Department

      • Well experienced and qualified  staff
      • Well equipped and spacious laboratories
      • Well maintained botanical garden.

      Research Area of Botany

      The teaching faculty is actively involved in research in various fields of Botany, which include Mycology, Plant Pathology, ethno botany.


      Staff Particulars


      Sr. No.

      Name of the Member

      Designation

      1

      Dr.  Rama Raju  Cherkupally

      Assistant Professor

      2

      Sri. P.Lingaiah

      Herbarium Keeper



      Facilities

      Botanical Garden

      The Botany Department has an impressive Botanical garden, having a collection of over 815 plants. Its special features include a collection of palms, ferns, gymnosperms, medicinal plants and plants of special botanical interest.


      Field Facility

      The Department has facilities to carry out field experiments in the Botanical garden. Experimental plots and irrigation facility is available.


      Computer and Internet Facility

      The department has a well equipped computer and Internet facility for conducting virtual classes. WIFI connectivity is available within the Department, which is accessed by most students.



      Culture Facilities

      The department has the facilities for aseptic manipulations, transfer and incubation to raise in vitro cultures of algae, bacteria, fungi and higher plants. These include laminar air flow cabinets, shakers, incubators and incubation rooms.

      Students are admitted to the B.Sc. course on the basis of (a) marks obtained during their Intermediate through DOST.

      Total number of seats available: 60


      UG Result Analysis of 2018-19


      2018-2019

      Year of Pass

      Appeared

      Passed

      Pass Percentage

      I Year


      I Sem-Paper 1

      31

      20

      65

      II Sem-Paper 2

      27

      15

      56

      II Year


      III Sem-Paper 3

      30

      27

      90

      IV Sem-Paper 4

      29

      15

      52

      III Year


      V Sem-Paper 5

      29

      26

      90

      V Sem (DSC-1:Ele-1)Paper 6

      30

      09

      30


      MC( SEC)

      49

      44

      90


      MC(GE)

      399

      309

      77


      VI Sem Paper 7

      27

      09

      33


      VI Sem (Ele) Paper8

      28

      25

      89


      VI Sem  SEC

      46

      46

      100


      VI Sem GE

      234

      233

      100



  • Botany
    •                 Department of Botany

      DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY

      The Department of Botany was started with the introduction of first batch of B.Sc BZC and MbZC in 2014-2015 in three year Degree course in Botany in telugu medium was started. The following staff members had served as heads of the department of Botany :- J. Shekar (2014-2015 to 2016-2017), Y. Pratibha (2016-2017) G.Sarita (2017-2018) and Dr. Ch. Rama Raju (2018-till date). The Department also provides a well-equipped laboratory to cater to the requirements of Graduate students.


      BRIEF HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT

      • Establishment of the department – 2014
      • The Botanical Garden was developed in 2016 and being maintained till date.
      • Herbal medicinal garden was developed in 2018
      • The admitted strength in all the groups is having diversity of Pupils with rural as well as urban background covering diversified academic background.
      • Parental education is also lacking and majority is from Working class (Daily wages, farmer oriented)
      • The pattern of teaching in this Institution reflects the admissions, though there are many Educational Institutions are there in the Devarakonda.
      • Nearly 80% of the students are being admitted in UG from reserved categories and minorities.


      Highlights of the Department

      1. Dr. Ch. Rama Raju was awarded Ph.D.,in 2018.
      2. Dr. Ch. Rama Raju, was awarded Best Teacher from the District Collector, Nalgonda in 2018.
      3. Papers Published (National and International) – 5 
      4. Book Published (Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University) – Two (Dr. Ch. Rama Raju)
      5. Dhanvathari Herbal Medicinal Garden was established in 2018








      Programs / Courses Offered


      ·         B. Sc. Botany


      Syllabus

      BSc. Mahatma Gandhi University stipulated Syllabus is following.

      Endowments

      1.      Gold medal Prize for the best student passing from III B.Sc. Botany

      Gold medal to be awarded to a well behaved student with good academic record, passing out from B.Sc. Botany Final Year (Interest amount of Rs. 25,000/-).GET IN TOUCH WITH US!

      The labs are equipped with Laminar Air flow chamber, oven, bacterial and fungal culture facilities and OHP. Botanical garden is well maintained by the department with shade net house and medicinal plants.

      The objective of the Department of Botany has been to impart quality education to students at Graduation level.

      The Department has also implemented the Credit System for grading B.Sc. students since the year 2016, which offers flexibility in the structuring and assessment of courses.

      Salient Features of the Department

      • Well experienced and qualified  staff
      • Well equipped and spacious laboratories
      • Well maintained botanical garden.

      Research Area of Botany

      The teaching faculty is actively involved in research in various fields of Botany, which include Mycology, Plant Pathology, ethno botany.


      Staff Particulars


      Sr. No.

      Name of the Member

      Designation

      1

      Dr.  Rama Raju  Cherkupally

      Assistant Professor

      2

      Sri. P.Lingaiah

      Herbarium Keeper



      Facilities

      Botanical Garden

      The Botany Department has an impressive Botanical garden, having a collection of over 815 plants. Its special features include a collection of palms, ferns, gymnosperms, medicinal plants and plants of special botanical interest.


      Field Facility

      The Department has facilities to carry out field experiments in the Botanical garden. Experimental plots and irrigation facility is available.


      Computer and Internet Facility

      The department has a well equipped computer and Internet facility for conducting virtual classes. WIFI connectivity is available within the Department, which is accessed by most students.



      Culture Facilities

      The department has the facilities for aseptic manipulations, transfer and incubation to raise in vitro cultures of algae, bacteria, fungi and higher plants. These include laminar air flow cabinets, shakers, incubators and incubation rooms.

      Students are admitted to the B.Sc. course on the basis of (a) marks obtained during their Intermediate through DOST.

      Total number of seats available: 60


      UG Result Analysis of 2018-19


      2018-2019

      Year of Pass

      Appeared

      Passed

      Pass Percentage

      I Year


      I Sem-Paper 1

      31

      20

      65

      II Sem-Paper 2

      27

      15

      56

      II Year


      III Sem-Paper 3

      30

      27

      90

      IV Sem-Paper 4

      29

      15

      52

      III Year


      V Sem-Paper 5

      29

      26

      90

      V Sem (DSC-1:Ele-1)Paper 6

      30

      09

      30


      MC( SEC)

      49

      44

      90


      MC(GE)

      399

      309

      77


      VI Sem Paper 7

      27

      09

      33


      VI Sem (Ele) Paper8

      28

      25

      89


      VI Sem  SEC

      46

      46

      100


      VI Sem GE

      234

      233

      100



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