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  • Botany
    • Department of Botany     

      The Department of Botany, Giriraj Government College was established in the year 1956. At the time of establishment the education imparted was pre-university course and under graduation. Sree  K.V.S. Ramakoti was the first Head holding the charge of the Botany department. 

      B.Sc course with combination of Botany, Zoology and Chemistry was offered initially. B.Sc course in combination with Botany, Biotechnology and Chemistry was started in the year 2001-2002 as a self-finance course.

      M.Sc (Botany) course was started in 2016 -17 with an intake of 30 students. now it's  intake 60

      In the course of history, the department has developed botanical and rose gardens, green houses on the college  campus. Our Department has collaborations with Botany departments of various other universities and research institutions, such as  Telangana University, Nizamabad, Osmania University Hyderabad, Kakatiya University Warangal, Regional Rice & Sugarcane research  station, Agriculture polytechnic, Rudrur and Forest Department and Agricultural department of Telangana state at Nizamabad. 

      Particularly, I would like to mention that our department is intensively interactive with the department of botany, Telangana University, Nizamabad  and taking inputs and guidance from the learned professors for curricular and co curricular activities to enrich teaching and research 

      Botany Department has  organized many national workshops and seminars for students, professionals and Lecturers to enhance their  abilities.  To name a few seminars and workshops organised are:


                   Seminars /Conference 

       Academic      Year

      Date of the National Seminar/Conference

      Theme of the Seminar

      Resource Persons

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      2012-      2013

      20 th February, 2013

      “Recent Trends in Plant Sciences”

      Dr.P.Prakash
      Vice Chancellor, BRAOU HYD

      M.N.V Prasad university of HYD

      Prof. Pullaiaah Choudary

      S.K University Ananthapur
      Prof. Seeta Ram Rao, Professor, OU

      Dr. S. Mohan Karuppayil, Professor, SRTM University

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      2015-      2016

      21st & 22 nd December, 2015

       

      Biodiversity   Conservation and Role of Student Youth”

      Dr. M R G Reddy, IFS Addl. PCCF, MOEF& CC Regional office Chennai

      Dr. VenkataRamana, Asst. Prof, Nizams College, Hyd

      Dr. Srinivasulu Asst. Prof. of Zoology OUHYD

      Dr. K. Joseph, Head Scientist, Regional Rice and Sugarcane Research Station, Rudrur, Nizamabad

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      Intwernational e- Publication

      2017-      2018

      29th December 2017

       Ïmportance of   Ethnomedicinal   Validation of   Regional  Flora and   Fauna for     Value   Added Products

      Dr. B. Dinesh Kumar,Deputy Director, HOD Drugs Division, NIN

      T. Pullaiah, Dept of Botany, Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Ananthapur

      Dr. N. Harishankar,  Scientist NCLAS, NIN HYD

      Dr. M.M.V Baig ,Nanded

      Dr. M. Aruna, Telangana University

      Dr. Ch. Sambashivarao

      Principal ,Scientist RSRRS Rudrur NZB

       

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      2020-      2021

       

       

      08th February       2021

        International Conference  on "Plants and Environment "

      organized by 
      Dept.of Botany
      Girraj Government College(A),Nizamabad in Collaboration with Council for Green Revolution,     Hyderabad & Dept.of Botany ,Telangana University,Nizamabad
       
      Guest of Honour :
       Prof Naseem, Dean, Faculty of Science & Computer Science
       & Registrar ,Telangana University
      Resource Persons:
      1.Dr.Maqbool Ahmed
      Head,Dept.of Botany,School of Sciences,Maulana Azad National Urdu University,GachibowliHyderabad
       Topic :- The World of Mushrooms

      2.Dr.Shyam Kumar Bhandari,

      USA, 
      Topic-Molecular tools that drives Scientific research: Basic Principle and application of blotting techniques

      3. Dr.Chandrakantha Mahendranathan 

      Eastern University,Sri Lanka 
      Post-harvest losses of fruits and vegetables in developing countries

      4.Prof Abdullah Mohammad Shohael, Ph.D

      Dept.of Biotechnology & Genetic Engineering Jahanirnagar University,Bangladesh
      Topic :-Microbes in Applied Research to Improve food and Human Health

      5.Prof.Anjana Singh

      Tribhuvan University,Nepal
      Topic:Symbiotic effect of mycorrhizae on plants 

      6.Dr.Madhusudhan Reddy

      Dept.of Botany
      Yogi Vemana University,Kadapa,A.P
      Topic: Ex-Situ conservation of endemic and threatened plants of Eastern Ghats,India
      7.Dr.N.Amaresen
      Asst. Professor
      C.G .Bhakta Institute technology
      Uka Tarsadia University
      Maliba campus,Bardoli
      Surat,Gujarat
      Topic:Microbial mediated mitigation of various Environmental stress in plants

      8.C.Umamaheshwar Reddy
      Environmental Scientist
      Council for Green Revolution,Hyderabad
      Topic:
      Plants for a living Planet

       

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                                                     Workshop

      Year        

      Dates of the Workshop

      Topic of the Workshop

       Resource Persons                                    

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      2013-  2014

       20 -21, January, 2014


       Two- day workshop  on Modern trends and opportunities to students of life Sciences

       Dr.Pullaia choudary Prof.

       Sk University Ananthapur

       Dr. Venu
       Adl. Director BSI HYD

       Dr. Venkataramana
       Asst. Prof. Nizam College   Hyd

       Dr. Aloke Choarge
       BSI HYD

       Dr. Gangadar Rao
       Rtd. Prof. OU HYD

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      2017-  2018        

       12th September,2017


      Plant Systematics – Recent Trends

      Dr. Venkataramana
      Asstt. Prof. Nizam College Hyd

      Dr. Sadashivaiah
      Asst. Prof GDC Wanaparthy.

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      2018-2019        

      15th &16th feb,2019

      Techniques in Biotechnology

      Dr.Rajesh Goud Gajula,    Director Primer Biotech Research Centre Hyd.  ChandraShekher Kagitha, Durga Prasad,Junior Scientists,Primer Biotech Research

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      2019-2020          

      19th 20th 21st,29th Sept.2019

      Techniques in Soil& Water testing

      T.Venkat Ravinder
      Dist.Director of Agriculture Officer, Nizamabad

      V.Ravindher-
      Agricultural Officer (Famer's training Unit),Nizamabad.     

       Deepthi Devera,
      Agricultural Officer, Nizamabad.                                       4. Divya, Agricultural Officer, NZB.

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      2019-2020        

      21 st Nov.2020

       

      Microscope Techniques

      Shaik Akbar Pasha,
      Asst.Prof of Microbilogy

      Dr.P.Raviraj,
      Asst.Prof. of Botany
      Deepak Parmar,
      Asst.Prof. of Botany
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      2019-2020          

      28th Feb.2019

      Herbarium Techniques & Pollen Morphology

       Dr.A.Vijaya Bhasker Reddy

       Head Dept.of Botany ,Nizam   College(A),Nizamabad.T.S

       Dr.P.Ravi Raj ,

      Asst. Prof.of Botany,Girraj   Government   College(A)
      Nizamabad
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      2020-2021        

      23rd March 2021

      Webinar workshop on Soil& Water testing Methods for Plant growth & Development

       T.Venkat Ravinder
       Assistant Director of  Agriculture Officer, Nizamabad

       V.Ravindher-
      Agricultural Officer (Famer's training  Unit),Nizamabad. 

       Deepthi Devera,
       Agricultural Officer, Nizamabd. 

       B. Divya,
       Agricultural Officer, Nizamabad

       

       D.Sree Lekha ,
      Agricultural Officer, Nizamabad
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      In addition , Botany department  has organised webinars, online awareness programmes and quiz competitions  during the Covid-19 pandemic situation.

      Regarding research activities, our Department has submitted recently two Minor Research Projects (MRP) Sponsored by UGC - SERO, Hyderabad. The NAAC Team, New Delhi has complimented the Department of Botany as  “Highly rated”, during their inspection and assessment visit about teaching and research activities.  

      Two Minor Research Projects (MRP) were sanctioned for the Department – 

      • Quantitative and Qualitative Evaluation of Leaf Proteins to K. Devender Babu, Lecturer in Botany. Duration of the Project was 2011 -2013
      • Studies on Biological Control of Sunflower Rust Caused by Puccinia helianthi to   T. Uma Kiran, Assistant Professor of Botany. Duration of the Project was 2014 -17

      Teaching Staff:

       

      Teaching Faculty -Ph.D Details


      Name of the faculty

      Subject

      UG/PG Faculty

      Year of Ph.D Awarded

      University

      Topic Name

      Guide name

      1

      Dr.P.Latha

      Botany

      UG Faculty

      18-03-2019


      Telangana University


      Effect of Brassinosteroids on Mustard ( Brassica juncea L.) Plants Grown in Semi-Arid Tropics of Nizamabad District(T.S.)

      Prof. B.Vidya Vardhini

      2

      Dr.P.Ravi Raj

      Botany

      UG  Faculty

      09-10-2020

      Osmania University

      Palynotaxonomical Studies on flora of Manchippa Reserve Forest ,Nizamabad District ,Telangana

      Dr. A.Vijaya Bhasker Reddy

      3

      Dr. T. Narasimha Swamy

      Botany

      PG Guest Faculty

      30-10-2013

      Kakatiya University

      In Vitro Studies in Medicinal PlantMomordica dioica Roxb

      Dr.Md Mustafa

      4

      Dr.Vemula Suresh

      Botany

      PG Guest Faculty

      05-01-2017

      Kakatiya University

      Standardization of in Vitro Techniques in Medicinal Tuber Plant of Corallocarpus Epigaeus (Rottler) Hook . F.

      Dr.Md Mustafa

      5

      Dr.Y.Venkateshwarlu

      Botany

      PG Guest Faculty

      07-03-2019


      Telangana University


      Effect of Salicylic Acid on the cotton plant grown in Nizamabad District

      Prof.B.Vidya Vardhini

       

      Succession List of the Heads of Botany Department


      S.No.

      Name of the Head of the Department

      Qualification

      Period 

      1

      Sr. K.V.S.Ramkoti

      M.Sc.

      1956 - 1972

      2

      Smt.R. Janakidevi

      M.Sc

      1972 - 1973

      3

      Sr.K.Srinivas Rao

      M.Sc

      1973 - 1975

      4

      Smt.Janaki Devi

      M.Sc

      1975 - 1977

      5

      Dr.Bhairavanath

      M.Sc., Ph.D

      1977 - 1986

      6

      Sr. M.Venkata Reddy

      M.Sc

      1986 - 1986

      7

      Sr. N.Krishnudu

      M.Sc

      1986 - 1988

      8

      Dr.V.Narayan Reddy

      M.Sc.,Ph.D

      1988 - 1990

      9

      Dr.Bhairavanath

      M.Sc.,Ph.D

      1990 - 1996

      10

      Dr.V. Narayan Reddy

      M.Sc.,Ph.D

      1996 - 1998

      11

      Sri.V.Rajagopal

      M.Sc

      1998 - 2000

      12

      Sr.M.Venkata Reddy

      M.Sc

      2000 - 2004

      13

      Sri.Krishna Reddy

      M.Sc.,B.Ed

      2004 - 2010

      14

      Sri.K.Devender Babu

      M.Sc.,B.Ed

      2010 - 2017

      15

      Dr.B.Nagaraju

      M.Sc.,M.Ed.,M.A,

      Ph.D

      2017 - 2018

      16

      Smt.T.Umakiran

      M.Sc.M.Ed

      2018 -2018 Feb.-July

      17

      Dr.B.Nagaraju

      M.Sc.,M.Ed.,M.A,

      Ph.D

      2018 -2018

      July-Aug.

      18

      Smt.K.Shobha Rani

      M.Sc.,B.Ed

      2018 -2018

      Sep.-Nov.

      19

      Dr.P.Latha

      M.Sc.,B.Ed.,M.Phil, Ph.D

      2018  -

       

        Guest/ Extension Lectures / Webinar 

      S.No

      Topic

      Resource Person

      Date


      1

      Biogeochemical Cycles

      Dr. B Vidya Vardhini,

      Professor, Telangana University

      14.08.2013


      2

      Bio-Diversity

      Dr. M. Aruna, 

      Associate Professor, Telangana University

      30.09.2013


      3

      Pteridophytes: General Characters

      Deepak Parmar,

      Assistant Professor of Botany, Govt. Degree College, Armoor

      06.01.2014


      4

      r-DNA Technology

      Dr. Jaipal,

      Assistant Professor of Botany, GDC, Jadcherla

      07.01.2014


      5

      Seed Technology

      N. Sandhya Kishore,

      Asst. Professor, Regional Rice Research Station, Rudrur

      07.02.2014


      6

      Gene Expression – Lac and Tryptophan Operon

      D. Annapurna,

      Assistant Professor of Botany

      07.03.2014


      7

      Grafting Methods and Vegetative Propagation

      M. Aurna,

      Associate Professor, Telangana University

      08.01.2014


      8


      Phytohormones

      and Phytochromes

      Dr. A.A Haleem Khan,

      Assistant Professor, Telangana University

      23.09.2014


      9

      Marselia

      P. Latha,

       Lecturer in Botany, GDC, Armoor

      20.02.2015


      10

      Gene Concept, Gene Regulation

      Abdul Haleem Khan,

       Assistant Professor,

      Telangana University

      23.02.2015


      11

      Equisetum and Stellar Evolution

      Deepak Parmar,

       Assistant Professor of Botany, GDC,Armoor

      25.02.2015


      12

      Embryology of Angiosperms


      Dr. M. Aruna,

       Associate Professor,

      Telangana University

      10.09.2015


      13

      Phytohormones

      Prof.Vidya Vardhini,

      Telangana University

      28.09.2015


      14

      Bio-Diversity

      Dr. Abdul Haleem Khan,

      Assistant Professor, 

      Telangana Univerisity

      06.10.2015

                         


      15

      Seed Technology

      Smt. Pallavi,

       Assistant Professor,

       Agricultural Polytechnic, Rudrur

      01.02.2016


      16

      Tissue and Organ Culture

      Dr. Abdul Haleem Khan,

      Assistant Professor,

      Telangana University

      02.02.2016


      17

      Horticultural Techniques and Bonsai

      P. Latha,

      Lecturer in Botany, GDC, Armoor

      24.02.2016


      18

      Human Genomics

      Dr. Harsha Vardhan Doddapaneni,

      Assistant Professor,

       Library Production, Human Genome Sequencing Centre, Dept. of Molecular Human Genetics,

      Baylor College of Medicine, Texas

      07.07.2017

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      19

      Modern Trends in Taxonomy

      P. Ravi Raj,

      Assistant Professor of Botany, SRNK, GDC, Banswada

      22.08.2017


      20

      General Account on Embryology

      K. Devender Babu,

      Retd Hod, Department of Botany,

      Girraj Government College, Nizamabad

      06.02.2018


      21

      Bennettitales and Plant Fossils

      Deepak Parmar,

       Assistant Professor of Botany,

       Govt.Degree College, Armoor

      10.02.2018


      22

      rDNA Technology

      Dr. N. Pundari Goud,

      Retd. Lecturer in Botany

      21.02.2018


      23

      Biodiversity

      Dr.B.Nagaraju,

      Retd Lecturer in Botany

      Girraj Govt.College(A),

      Nizamabad

      20-09-2019


      24

      "Organic farming "


      Sri.Prachetan,

      Organic farming Trainer

      Nizamabad

      26-09-2019 to

      27-09-2019


      25


      Gene Organization

      T.Uma Kiran

      Asst.Prof of Botany

      Govt.Degree College(A),Nizamabad

      30-03-2019


      26

      Extension Lecture / Awareness Programme on Organic Farming

      V. Ravinder,

      Farmer training Centre (FTC)

      Agriculture Officer

      Nizamabad

      17-08-2019

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      27

      National Webinar on

      Plant Succession -Hydrosere & Xerosere

      Dr.A.Vijaya Bhasker Reddy,


      HOD, Department of Botany

      Nizam College(A),

      Osmania University,Hyderabad

      05-05-2020

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      28

      National Webinar on

       "NIF Genes in Klebsiella pneumoniae  and 

      Career Opportunities for UG & PG Students in Life Science

      Prof. B.Vidya Vardhini,

      Department of Botany,

      Telanagana University

      13-05-2020

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      29

      National Webinar on Evolution of Sporophyte in Bryophytes and Stelar Evolution in Pteridophytes

      Padala Thirupathi

      Head, Department of Botany

      Asst.Prof. of Botany

      Govt.Degree College  for Women Jagtial

      24-02-2021

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      30

      National Webinar on Biodiversity: Hotspots of India

      Prasanna Harikrishna,

      Asst.Prof Of Botany 

      SRR Govt.Arts & Science College,Karimnagar

      23-02-2021

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      31

      Extension Lecture on Biofertilizers and Organic Farming

      V. Ravinder,

      Farmer traing Centre (FTC)

      Agriculture Officer

      Nizamabad

      04-0302021

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      32

      National Webinar Webinar on "Effect of Blue Light Emitted from Electronic Screens on Memory"

      Ande Jeevan Rao,

      Rtd DVEO & Memory Trainer

      Nizamabad


      31-03-2021


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      33

      Webinar on Ecosystem Restoration on the Occasion of World Environment day 

      A.Uma Shankar Kumar

      Asst.Dean -IQAC

      KSRM College of Engineering 

      National Youth and IG -NSS Awardee

      05-06-2021

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      34

      Women and Human Rights in India

      Dept.of Botany & Food and Nutrition of RBVRR Women’s College, Hyderabad in Association with Dept.of Botany & WEC of Girraj Government College(A), Nizamabad

      Dr.B.Sravanthi

      Asst.Prof.of Law Department of Law

      Telangana University,

       

      J.Bhanupriya

      Sakhi Centre Adminstrator, Sakhi One Stop Centre, Nizamabd



      11-06-2021

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      YouTube Link

       

      Courses Offered 2020-2021-First Year with Botany Combination

      S.No.

      Groups (Subjects Combination)

      1

      Botany-Biochemistry-Chemistry

      2

      Botany-Chemistry-Biotechnology

      3

      Botany-Chemistry-Computer Science

      4

      Botany-Zoology-Biotechnology

      5

      Botany Zoology-Chemistry

      6

      Botany-Zoology-Computer Science

      7

      Botany-Biochemistry-Biotechnology

      8

      Botany-Biochemistry-Computer Science

      9

      Botany-Zoology-Psychology

      Curricular Aspects

      Up to 1993 the department followed the syllabus designed by Osmania University, in 1993 the syllabus of the department was switched over to the common core syllabus introduced by the Govt. of Andhra Pradesh. The faculty of the department strictly adhered to the academic schedule as the almanac of Osmania University, Hyderabad. From 2004 – 2005the college got Autonomous status and semester system was introduced in the examination. At present the college is affiliated to Telangana University, Dichpally and follows the common core syllabus framed by the TSCHE. CBCS Model Syllabus is introduced in the academic year 2014 -2015

       Board of Studies Constitution
      • A Board of studies is constituted every year at the beginning of the academic year, under the chairmanship of the Head of the department.

      • Eminent teachers from the Affiliating University and other Prominent Universities, along with the faculty members of the department included in the BOS committee.

      •   The Syllabus for each semester for all courses is designed keeping the needs of the students in perspective.

      •  The Course Plan along with the Course and Learning outcomes are designed in the BOS committee meeting.

      •  The Examination pattern of the Semester Exams, Internal assessment, Assignments and Student seminars are designed with the course outcomes in view.

      The Board of studies constituted for the academic years 2018-19  for Final year and  2019-2020 for I Year (CBCS) and 2020-2021 for Second Year  is as follows:

       

                  Academic Year2018-2019   for Final Year  Semester V & VI

      Name of the Member

      Place of Working/ University

      Designation

      Dr.B.Nagaraju 

      Head, Det.of Boatny

      Lecturer in Botany

      Girraj Govt.College (A),

      Nizamabad

      BOS Chairman

      Dr. Haleem Khan, 

      Assistant Professor of Botany

      Department of Botany

      Telangana University

      Member

      T. Uma Kiran

       Assistant Professor of Botany

      Govt.Degree College

       Armoor

      Member

      K. ShobhaRani

      Lecturer in Botany

      Girraj Govt.College (A),

      Nizamabad

      Member

      P. Latha

      Lectuer in Botany

      Girraj Govt.College (A),

      Nizamabad

      Member

      Deepak Parmar

      Assistant Professor of Botany

      Girraj Govt.College(A),

      Nizamabad

      Member

      P. RaviRaj

      Assistant Professor of Botany

      Girraj Govt.College(A),

      Nizamabad

      Member

      Academic Year - 2019-2020 for First Year Semester-I & II

      Name of the Member

      Place of Working/ University

      Designation

      P. Latha

      Head, Det.of Boatny

      Lecturer in Botany

      Girraj Govt.College (A),

      Nizamabad

      BOS Chairman

      Prof.M.Aruna 

      Associate Professor of Botany

      Department of Botany

      Telangana University

      Member

      T. Uma Kiran

       Assistant Professor of Botany

      Govt.Degree College

       Armoor

      Member

      Deepak Parmar

      Assistant Professor of Botany

      Girraj Govt.College(A),

      Nizamabad

      Member

      P. RaviRaj

      Assistant Professor of Botany

      Girraj Govt.College(A),

      Nizamabad

      Member

           Academic Year- 2020-2022 for Second Year Semester-III & IV 

      Name of the Member

      Place of Working/ University

      Designation

      Dr.P. Latha

      Head, Det.of Boatny

      Lecturer in Botany

      Girraj Govt.College (A),

      Nizamabad

      BOS Chairman

      Prof.M.Aruna 

      Associate Professor of Botany

      Department of Botany

      Telangana University

      Member

      T. Uma Kiran

       Assistant Professor of Botany

      Govt.Degree College

       Armoor

      Member

      Deepak Parmar

      Assistant Professor of Botany

      Girraj Govt.College(A),

      Nizamabad

      Member

      P. RaviRaj

      Assistant Professor of Botany

      Girraj Govt.College(A),

      Nizamabad

      Member

      Teaching Learning Process:

      Botany Syllabus -UG  


      Subject 

      Year

      Semester

      Link

      1

      Botany

      Semester -I & II

      Link

      2

      Botany

      II 

      Semester-III & IV

      Link

      3

      Botany

      III

      Semester-V & VI

      Link

      Botany Syllabus -  PG (M.Sc.Botany )

      Subject 

      Year

      Semester

      Link

      Botany

      I & II 

      Semester-I,II,III & IV

      Link

      Annual Curricular Plans (lecturer-wise):

                  Each Lecturer is directed to prepare an Annual curricular plan depending    upon the classes allotted to him/her, incorporating all the required  Curricular, Co-Curricular and extracurricular activities as mentioned in the Departmental Action Plan.

        Student centric activities for improved learning

      • Student centric activities are planned and adopted for improved student learning, also facilitating life-long learning and knowledge management that contributes to student's holistic development. some of the student centric activities adopted are:
      • Quiz
      • Certificate Courses
      • Project Works
      • Field Visits
      • Student Seminars
      • Encouragement to participate in National/State Seminars and Workshops
      • The details of the student centric activities conducted are maintained in a record.

      Teaching, Learning and Evaluation:

            Catering to Diverse Needs of Students

      • Orientation classes for I Year students
      • Remedial Classes
      •  Add-On Courses/ Certificate courses
      •  Timetable with details of courses

          Teaching Learning Process

      • Annual Curricular Plans ( lecturer-wise)
      • Student centric activities for improved learning
      • Study Projects
      • Guest Extension Lectures
      • Student Seminars
      • ICT based teaching & e-learning resources
      • Innovative Teaching  approaches

         Evaluation Process

      • Internal Examinations
      • Semester Examinations
      • Result Analysis of  last 5 years

      ICT based teaching

      • Classes are taken using PPT's or videos to enhance the learning of the students.
      • ICT based teaching is given prominence. 

      Innovative Teaching  approaches

      Teacher Quality Enrichment training

      • The regular teachers undergo  in service Orientation courses and Refresher courses  and other training programmes as directed by CCE,TS, Hyderabad as part of their continuous professional development.
      • Most of the present faculty members have published papers in Journals 

      Evaluation Process

      Internal Examinations

      • Internal Assessment examinations are conducted twice per a semester for every student.
      • The marks scored by the students are maintained in a record .
      • Each Internal exam consists of  20 Multiple choice questions and is an exam for 20 marks.
      • Student Seminars are assigned 5 marks
      • Student Assignments consist of another 5 marks.

      Semester Examinations

      The Semester examinations are conducted at the end of each semester and the marks scored are maintained in a record.

      Toppers in the course for the last 2 years:

      UG

      S.No

      Academic year

      Name of the Student

      1

      2016-2017

      Ms. Deshmukh Kameswari

      2

      2017-2018

      Ms. Rujuladev Sravya

      3

      2018-2019

      Sumayya Fathima

      4

      2019-2020


      PG

      S.No

      Academic year

      Name of the Student

      1

      2017-2018

      Deshmuk Kameshwari 

      2

      2018-2019

      Rajuldevi Sravya

      3

      2019-2020

      Amballa Sruthi 

      Result Analysis -UG

      Botany Result Analysis-2018-2019

       

      Botany- PG- Result Analysis-2016-17, 2017-2018 & 2018-19

      Departmental Library :

      • There are nearly … reference books available in the college central library on Language and Literature.  
      • The Department also maintains its own library of about 55 reference books. Students are encouraged to borrow them regularly. 
      • Old Question papers of University exams as well as Internal exams are maintained in the departmental library for reference.

      List of  Department  Library Books-View Link

      Botanical Laboratory-

      Department of Botany-List of Laboratory Equipments-View Link

      Botanical Garden -View Images

      The Department of Botany maintains a botanical garden which consists of Wild and Ornamental Plants. The botanical garden caters to the needs of students for their practical work, the students collect plant twigs from the garden for their taxonomy practicals. Under Shade net .

      Shade Net - 100 square yards and Botanical garden area 1350 square yards.

      Shade net:

      MRP studies are carried out under shade net.

       

      The department is also planning to study the rare Medicinal plants under the shade net

       

       

      Plant Species recorded in the college campus

      Sl.No.

                        Botanical  Name

      vernacular / common name

                    Family

      1

      Crossandrum infundibuliformis

      kanakambaram

      Acanthacae

      2

      Mangifera indica

      mamidi

      Anacardiaceae

      3

      Annona reticulata

      ramaphalamu

      Annonaceae

      4

      Annona squamosa

      sitaphalamu

      Annonaceae

      5

      Artabotrys odoratissima

      teega sampenga

      Annonaceae

      6

      Polyalthia longifolia

      nara mamidi

      Annonaceae

      7

      Allamanda cathartica

      golden trumpet

      Apocyanaceae

      8

      Nerium oderum

      ganneru

      Apocyanaceae

      9

      Plumeria alba

      temple tree

      Apocyanaceae

      10

      Plumeria rubra

      deva kanchanam

      Apocyanaceae

      11

      Phoenix dactylifera

      eetha

      Arecaceae

      12

      Roystonia regia

      bottle palm

      Arecaceae

      13

      Carica papaya

      boppai

      Caricaceae

      14

      Tamarindus indica

      chinta

      Caesalpinaceae

      15

      Tecoma stans

      bangaru gantalu

      Bignoniaceae

      16

      Punica granatum

      danimma

      Punicaceae

      17

      Cycas bedomi

      peritha

      Cycadaceae

      18

      Artocarpus integrifolia

      panasa

      Moraceae

      19

      Clitoria ternata

      shankapushpi

      Fabaceae

      20

      Aloe barbedens

      kalabanda

      Liliaceae

      21

      Mimosa pudica

      atti patri

      Mimosaceae

      22

      Ixora coccinia

      ramabhanam

      Rubiaceae

      23

      Musa paradisica

      arati

      Musaceae

      24

      Bouganvillia spectabilis

      kagitham pulu

      Nyctaginaceae

      25

      Thuja occidentalis

      thuja

      Thujaceae

      26

      Achras sapota

      sapota

      Sapotaceae

      27

      Psidium guajava

      jama

      Myrtaceae

      28

      Phillanthus emblica

      usiri

      Euphoriaceae

      29

      Moring oleifera

      munaga

      Moringaceae

      30

      Canna indica

      metta tamara

      Cannaceae

      31

      Casuarina equiseta

      sarugudu

      Casuarinaceae

      32

      Acalypha indica

      muripinda

      Euphoriaceae

      33

      Zizyphus jujuba

      regu

      Rhamnaceae

      34

      Dracaena angustifolia

      dracaena

      Agavaceae

      35

      Caesalpina pulcherrima

      chittikesari

      Caesalpinaceae

      36

      Quercus suber

      silver oak

      Fagaceae

      37

      Cesturnum nocturnum

      night queen

      Solanaceae

      38

      Euphorbia pulcherrima

      euphorbia

      Euphoriaceae

      39

      Ravenila madagascarensis

      traveller plant

      Musaceae

      40

      Scilla indica

      scilla

      Liliaceae

      41

      Peltophorum ptrocarpum

      konda chita

      Caesalpinaceae

      42

      Ficus carica

      anjeer

      Moraceae

      43

      Murraya koenigi

      karivepa

      Rutaceae

      44

      Cassia montana

      konda tangedu

      Caesalpinaceae

      45

      Tradescantia sps

      rheodiscolar

      Liliaceae

      46

      Ficus glomerata

      medi

      Moraceae

      47

      Malvaviscus arboreas

      mirapa mandara

      Malvaceae

      48

      Hibiscus risa sinensis

      mandara

      Malvaceae

      49

      Terminalia catappa

      badam

      Combretaceae

      50

      Dalbergia sissoo

      jittegi

      Fabaceae

      51

      Bauhenia purpurea

      devakanchanam

      Caesalpinaceae

      52

      Pongamia pinnata

      kanuga

      Fabaceae

      53

      Cissus quadrangularis

      nalleru

      Vitaceae

      54

      Quisqulis sps

      Radha manoharam

      Rubiaceae

      55

      Gliriceridia sepium

      eruvaka

      Fabaceae

      56

      Kavalama urens

      eera poliki

      Malvaceae ( Sterculiaceae )

      57

      Rosa sinensis

      rose

      Rosaceae

      58

      Syzygium cumini

      neredu

      Myrtaceae

      59

      Gmelina arborea

      gummadi teku

      Verbenaceae

      60

      Tectona grandis

      Teku

      Verbenaceae

      61

      Caesalpina bonduc

      gachha poda

      Caesalpinaceae

      62

      Tinospora cordifolia

      tippa teega

      Menispermidaceae

      63

      Leucaena leucocephala

      subabul

      Caesalpinaceae

      64

      Albizia lebbek

      dirishana

      Mimosaceae

      65

      Albizia procera

      tella chinduga

      Mimosaceae

      66

      Prosopis juliflora

      sarkar tumma

      Mimosaceae

      67

      Acacia nilotica

      nalla tumma

      Mimosaceae

      68

      Pithecellobium dulce

      seema chinta

      Mimosaceae

      69

      Momordica charntia

      kakara

      Cucurbitacae

      70

      Luffa acutangula

      beera

      Cucurbitacae

      71

      Coccinia cordifolia

      donda

      Cucurbitacae

      72

      Jatropha curcus

      adavi amudam

      Euphoriaceae

      73

      Pterocarpus santalinus

      erra chandanam

      Fabaceae

      74

      Parkia boglandulosa

      tennis ball tree

      Mimosaceae

      75

      Neolamarkiana cadamba

      kadambam

      Rubiaceae

      76

      Cassia fistula

      rela

      Caesalpinaceae

      77

      Sterculia foetida

      adavi badam

      Sterculiaceae

      78

      Ficus religiosa

      raavi

      Moraceae

      79

      Azadirichta indica

      vepa

      Meliaceae

      80

      Nyctanthes arboritristis

      parijatham

      Oleaceae









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      Academic Mentoring

      • The Department endeavors to provide Student Academic Mentoring and career guidance to students on a regular basis formally or informally.
      • Some of the  Faculty members have been assigned as class Incharges for certain  courses and they personally take interest to help and support them in their  academic, curricular or personal areas .

      Innovations  and Best Practices

      Innovations  in Teaching:

      • Participatory learning methods such as Seminars and Assignments are used in the classroom
      • The traditional classroom is blended with ICT based learning resources like PPT's and videos.
      • Student Centric activities are  integrated with teaching to inculcate critical thinking, creativity and collaboration.

      Best Practices :

      • Herbarium to promote the regular collection and prepare & display on Notice Board by Faculty and Students stuydy Projects.
      • Vinaya Chavathi 21-leaves -Exhibhition
      • Free Coaching to PG entrance and Competitive Examinations
      • Collaboration with Forest Department, Urban Biodiversity to prepare saplings, Plantlets, Nursery grafting techniques for plantation
      • Collaboration with horticulture department to train the students on various gardening techniques.
      • Maintenance of Shade net in campus
      • Environmental awareness programmes
      • Social responsibility is generated in the students by involving the students in social outreach programmes like Maintaining Greenery in the Campus, Swachha Campus 

      Future Plans for the Department:

      • To establish a separate Research  Lab 
      • To conduct more number of Research Project work 
      • To provide P.G entrance guidance for students and focus on helping more students to get seat in Central Universities.
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