Departments


  • History
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      DEPARTMENT PROFILE

       

      Introduction/History of the Department :

                       The Dept of History got started in 1967, with a view to spread across the             glorious splendor associated with the famous Nizam rule and British influence; a        stunning spectacle of blend of Prussian and Indian Art and Culture. Though the conventional studies in Indian and World Histories were introduced initially, the department started two job-oriented subjects, Office management and Travel and Tourism Management.  History is considered by many as the queen of the social science studies. The curriculum covers the Ancient, Medieval and Modern Indian History along with European History from1789 – 1964 and also offers Andhra History from 1600AD to 1956 (the formation of States on the basis linguistic).

                   The faculty of the department of History in succession has contributed their might initiating and continuing noble tradition of teaching the studies of history. The galaxy of able and efficient members of staff has brought commendable academic excellence to the Department since its inception.

      Presently, three members of staff are working in the Department, Smt. P. Shanti is the in-charge of the Department, with Dr. D Srinivas and Dr. B. Sudhakshana. All of them are regular faculty with Ph Ds and M. Phil’s. 

       

      Vision of the Department :

       

      Three eminent Lecturers  were   worked  in our  department  up to 2006. In  that        Smt T Laxmi Tulasi worked as the Principal, Government Degree College, Karimnagar Students of far east will remember her for her contribution of writing   a text book “Far East”  in Telugu.  Smt.B.A.Vijaya Kumari worked as Principal Government Degree College, Yellandu  and  Smt. R.Vijaya Laxmi worked as a Degree Lecturer for 35 Years and worked as a FAC Principal in GDC (W) , Khammam, for two months.

       

      Names of the Programmes / Courses Offered :

       

      B.A.  HPCA, HECA, HCATTM, EHPS, EHPA, HPP, HPTTM, HPOM

       

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      Number of Teaching Posts Sanctioned/ Filled:

       

               Sanctioned: 03
                 Regular –03

       

       

      Faculty Profile :

      Name

      Qualification

      Designation

      Specialization

      No. of Years of Experience

      P SHANTHI

      M.A, M.Phil, SLET

      Asst Professor of History

      Modern History

      12 Yrs as DL

        7 yrs as JL

      DR.D.Srinivas

      M.A,P.H.D

      Asst Professor of History

      Modern History

      12 Yrs as DL

      DR.B.Sudeshna

      M.A,M.Phil,P.H.D

      Asst Professor of History

      Modern History

      15 Yrs as JL

      10 Yrs as DL

       

       

      Student Profile Programme wise / Course wise (UG / PG)

       

      Academic Year

      Name of Programme / Course

      Sanctioned Strength

      Applications received

      Selected

      SC

      ST

      BC

      OC

      2017-18

      BA HEP

             HECA

             HPML

      60

      30

      60

      30

      20

      15

      19

      11

      09

      07

      01

      03

      08

      03

      03

      02

      07

      02

      02

      -

      01

      2016-17

      BA HEP

             HECA

             HPML

      60

      30

      60

      46

      28

      35

      35

      16

      24

      10

      07

      07

      17

      07

      15

      06

      -

      02

      02

      02

      -

      2015-16

      BA HEP

             HECA

             HPML

      60

      30

      60

      60

      32

      28

      53

      20

      23

      04

      04

      07

      38

      13

      13

      11

      03

      03

      -

      -

      -

      2014-15

      BA HEP

             HECA

             HPML

      60

      30

      60

      45

      20

      63

      39

      11

      52

      09

      01

      03

      26

      09

      44

      04

      01

      05

      -

      -

      -

      2013-14

      BA HEP

             HECA

             HPML

      60

      30

      60

      40

      35

      68

      32

      29

      58

      06

      09

      07

      19

      13

      45

      07

      06

      06

      -

      01

      -

      2012-13

      BA HEP

             HECA

             HPML

      60

      30

      60

      45

      20

      55

      38

      10

      47

      03

      03

      07

      23

      06

      39

      10

      01

      01

      02

      -

      -

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      Results at Glance :

       

      Academic Year

      Name of the Course / Programme

      Paper

      No. of Appeared

      Passed %

      I

      II

      Distinction

      2016-17

      HEP    ISem

      I

      33

      58

      01

      06

      -

      HECA ISem

      I

      14

      86

      -

      -

      -

      HPML ISem

      I

      20

      75

      -

      03

      01

      HEP   IISem

      I

      31

      65

      02

      06

      02

      HECA IISem

      I

      13

      62

      -

      05

      -

      HPML IISem

      I

      18

      83

      03

      02

      01

      HEP

      II

      44

      98

      08

       

      07

      HECA

      II

      12

      100

      03

       

      02

      HPML

      II

      20

      100

      06

       

       

       HEP

      III     

      26

      100

      07

      09

      09

      HECA

      III

      08

      100

      03

      02

      02

      HPML

      III

      39

      100

      10

      09

      18

      HEP

      IV

      26

      100

      14

      04

      07

      HECA

      IV

      07

      100

      01

      02

      04

      HPML

      IV

      39

      100

      18

      05

      14

      2015-16

      HEP

      I

      49

      59

      01

      06

      -

      HECA

      I

      15

      80

      03

      03

      -

      HPML

      I

      23

      100

      -

      10

      -

      HEP

      II

      25

      92

      06

      05

      -

      HECA

      II

      08

      88

      -

      03

      -

      HPML

      II

      43

      93

      20

      10

      04

       HEP

      III     

      23

      96

      05

      10

      03

      HECA

      III

      22

      100

      11

      06

      01

      HPML

      III

      45

      94

      01

      10

      08

      HEP

      IV

      23

      100

      10

      00

      13

      HECA

      IV

      22

      100

      21

      01

      00

      HPML

      IV

      45

      100

      14

      01

      30

      2014-15

      HEP

      I

      32

      84

      04

      10

      01

      HECA

      I

      09

      89

      01

      02

      -

      HPML

      I

      47

      91

      01

      15

      -

      HEP

      II

      23

      96

       

      06

      01

      HECA

      II

      22

      86

      04

      08

      -

      HPML

      II

      92

      96

      11

      15

      -

       HEP

      III     

      23

      100

      08

      10

      05

      HECA

      III

      07

      100

      04

      00

      03

      HPML

      III

      37

      100

      15

      17

      01

      HEP

      IV

      23

      100

      10

      06

      07

      HECA

      IV

      07

      100

      03

      03

      01

      HPML

      IV

      36

      100

      12

      10

      05

      2013-14

      HEP

      I

      24

      92

      02

      04

      01

      HECA

      I

      23

      91

      02

      12

      -

      HPML

      I

      52

      96

      14

      15

      05

      HEP

      II

      23

      100

      10

      07

      04

      HECA

      II

      07

      100

      04

      -

      02

      HPML

      II

      40

      85

      09

      08

      01

       HEP

      III     

      37

      100

      12

      13

      06

      HECA

      III

      21

      100

      10

      08

      03

      HPML

      III

      37

      100

      09

      03

      24

      HEP

      IV

      37

      100

      19

      12

      05

      HECA

      IV

      21

      100

      10

      03

      08

      HPML

      IV

      37

      100

      09

      14

      05

      2012-13

      HEP

      I

      26

      96

      09

      09

      01

      HECA

      I

      07

      100

      -

      -

      -

      HPML

      I

      43

      65

      01

      05

      -

      HEP

      II

      39

      85

      04

      12

      02

      HECA

      II

      21

      95

      14

      04

      01

      HPML

       

      39

      100

      23

      10

      07

       HEP

      III     

      21

      100

      13

      06

      04

      HECA

      III

      23

      100

      11

      04

      01

      HPML

      III

      23

      100

      11

      12

      04

      HEP

      IV

      21

      100

      04

      07

      00

      HECA

      IV

      23

      87

      06

      07

      00

      HPML

      IV

      23

      91

      03

      04

      00

       



      I .CURRICULAR ASPECTS                                

      Syllabus (Semester / Annual) :

                 

      Course

      Papers

      Title

      Therory

      Marks

      Internal

      Marks

      BA

      I Year I Semester

      History of India (From Earliest Times to  C700 CE)

      80

      20

      I Year II Semester

      History of India (C 700 – 1526 CE)

      80

      20

      II Year III Semester

      History of India (1526 – 157 CE)

      80

      20

      II Year IV Semester

      History of India (15 – 1964 CE)

      80

      20

      III Year III Paper

      Annual System

       History of the Modern World (From 1453 AD -  1950 AD)

      80

      20(Practicals)

      III Year IV Paper

      Annual System

      History and Culture of Modern Telangana (Fro m 1724 – 2014 AD)

       

      80

      20(Practicals)

      CONSOLIABLE

      Day

      / Period

      1st Period

      9.30 – 10.30

      2nd Period

      10.30 – 11.30

      3rd Period

      11.30 – 12.30

       

       

      L

       

      U

       

      N

       

      C

       

      H

       

      B

       

      R

       

      E

       

      A

       

      K

       

      4th Period

      1.15 – 2.15

      5th Period

      2.15 – 3.15

      6th Period

      3.15 – 4.15

      MON

       

      III BA(III)

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

      III BA (IV)

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

      II BA

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

       

       

      TUE

      I B.A 

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

      II BA

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

      III BA (IV)

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

       

      III BA (III)

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

       

       

      WED

       

      I B.A 

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

       

      II BA

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

      III BA (III)

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

       

       

       

      THU

       

      III BA (IV)

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

      I BA

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

       

      II BA

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

       

       

      FRI

      III BA (IV)

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

      II BA

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

      I BA

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

       

       

      III BA (III)

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

      SAT

      III BA (III)

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

      III BA (IV)

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

      I BA

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

       

      I BA

      (HEP,HECA,HPML)

       

       

       

      Project Work

      Consolidated Time – Table:

      Faculty Members in Academic Bodies.

       

      BOS members details :

      Smt. P.Shanthi Asst. Prof. of History have been nominated as Member, Board of Studies in History of SR & BGNR Govt. Arts and Science college (Autonomous), Khammam from the academic Year 2015 – 16 to 2016- 17.Smt.P.Shanthi appointed as Question paper setter for B.A I Year and II Year students in SR & BGNR College Autonomous since last two Years.

       

      II .TEACHING LEARNING AND EVALUATION

      History is one of important subject in social sciences and the departments Primary objective is to improve the knowledge skill of the students and help them succeed in life.

       

      Annual Academic Plan :

       

      Teaching methods often include lesson plans that students can use to help retain and recall information. Various forms of teaching Methods used with lesson plans are Explanation, demonstration and Collaborations

       

      S.No

      Month

      Curricular

      Co-Curricular

      Extra Curricular

      1

      June

      • Admission work
      • Review of Annual Exam   
      • Results.
      • Definitions & Scope,    Dynasty , Reformation, Pre and Proto History of Telangana .
      • Slip Tests  
      • Department Meeting
      • Assignments
      • Student Seminars
      • Telangana Formation Day 2nd June
      • World YOGA day 21st June

       

       

       

      2

      July

      • Industrial civilization, Religion powers, Emergency of National states, Asafjahi Dynasty.
      • Special classes using ICT.
      • Remedial classes.
      • Slip Tests.
      • Celebration of Important Days
      • Assignments
      • National Flag Adoption 22nd
      • Seminars /Quiz
      • Career Guidance
      • Tilak Birthday – 23th
      • Departmental Meetings
      • Celebration of Bonalu
      • Field Trip
      • Parents Meeting

      3

      August

      • Religion Movements, Advent of Europeans, Age of Revolutions, Mir Osman Ali Khan.
      • Remedial classes
      • Unit tests
      • Department Meetings
      • 6th Hiroshima Nagasaki Day
      • 8th Quit India Day
      • Celebration of Important Days
      • Debates / Group Discussions
      • Assignments
      • Seminars
      • Independence Day – 15th
      • Prof. JayaShankar Birthday
      • Renewable Energy day – 20th

       

      4

      September

      • Mauryan Dynasty, Colonialism, French Revolution, Land Tenure System in Telangana.
      • Discussion on valid scripts, Academic Counseling
      • Remedial classes
      • Slip Tests / Unit Tests
      • Seminars / Quiz
      • Career Guidance
      • Assignments
      • Project works
      • Review on completed syllabus
      • Ward Counselling
      • Teacher’s Day Sep.5th
      • World Literacy Day – 8th
      • Celebration of World Tourism Day – 27th

      5

      October

      • Sathavahana Age,  Agriculture Economy, Industrial Revolution, Social Culture Awaking in Telangana.
      • Quarterly Exams

       

      • Project Work
      • Assignments
      • General Survey by the students
      • Celebration of Gandhi Jayanthi – 2nd
      • Celebrations of Bathukamma festival
      • Komaram Bheem Jayanthi

       

       

       

      6

      November

      • Gupta Empire, Decline Industries, Communist Revolution, Andhra Mahasabha.
      • Unit Tests – III Yr
      • Semester Exams - I, II Years
      • Assignments
      • Field Trip
      • Department Meeting
      • Celebration of Nehru Jayanthi – 14th
      • Seminars / Group Discussions
      • National Education  Day – Ist
      • Telangana Liberation Day
      • Celebration of Formation Day
      • of Constitution.

      7

      December

      • Revision
      • Revision
      • War between two World wars, Anti pedal movement
      • Remedial classes
      • Half – Yearly Exams – III Yr
      • Seminar/Quiz
      • Assignments
      • Project Work
      • Department Meeting
      • World Human Right Day Dec10
      • World AIDS Day – Ist

       

      8

      January

      • Rise of Regional States, Second world war, UNO, Formation of Telangana State.
      • Remedial  Classes
      • Revision – III Yr
      • Assignments
      • Career Guidance
      • Review of Project works
      • Heritage Club
      • Department Meeting
      • Cultural Activity conductedby Arts Association
      • Parents Meetings

      9

      February

      • Arab conquests in India,  Socio-Religious Reform Movements.
      • Revision for Final Year
      • Internals I, II Year
      • Pre- Final Exams
      • Parents  Meeting
      • Feedback from students
      • Seminars – I,II Yrs

       

       

      10

      March

      • Bhakti Sufi Movement, Raise of Nationalism.
      • Annual Exams III Year
      • Internal Exams I ,II Yrs
      • Assignments
      • Seminars
      • Quiz

       

      • Womens Day Celebration

      11

      April

      • Revision I, II Year
      • Practical’s
      • Slip Tests
      • Group Discussions

       

       

       Teaching Methods:

      History is the records of past human activities that are taking place on the earth surface. The most common teaching methods are used namely Memorization, Class participation, Recitation and Demonstration. Along with lecture method we follow story telling method, demonstrative  method, Questions and Answers method , debate method, Study tour method etc., to develop the creativity among the students.

      Details of Student Enrichment Programmes (Special  Lectures / Workshops / Seminars)     

       with external experts :

       

                  Special Lectures –

      • The Department of History  organized an extension and special lectures for the benefit of students. For last four years 4 lectures were arranged by the eminent persons, In the academic year 2013-14, Sri Ch. Venkateswarlu, Asst. Prof. of History delivered his lecture on “History its Importance and Historical methods in Historiography”.
      • In the academic year 2014 -15, Prof. S. Kanakachary principal P.G College, Khammam has delivered his lecture on “The Role of Prof. Jayashankar in formation of  Telangana State.
      • In the academic year 2015-16, Prof. P.Varalaxmi HOD Of dept. of History, Osmania University was delivered his lecture on ‘Importance of History and Its Relation with other Social Sciences”.
      • Sri Ch.Kasaiah Garu  Ex MLA & Z.P Chairman delivered an Extension lecture on ‘Libaration of  Telangana & second Phase of  Telangana Movement in the academic year 2016-17.
      • For the current Year an Extension Lecture was delivered by Dr. John Milton, Asst. Prof. of History SR & BGNR Arts & Science college  on ‘Megalithic Culture in Telangana’.

       

       NUMISMATICS AND PHILATELY EXHIBITION–

            With collaboration of NSS the Department of History conducted “Numismatics and Philately” exhibition on 9th August 2014.

       

      Group Discussions –

      In the teaching learning process Group Discussions among the students under the guidance of concerned lecture were held to inculcate the various aspects relative to on topics concerned to their academic activity.

       

             Student Seminars –

      Success of classroom instruction depends upon the techniques of teaching and through it, the learning activity of the student is guided. Hence in addition to the conventional methods of teaching we are using charts, maps as teaching aids. Student  seminars and assignments are  conducted to encourage the students to take an active part in academic lines. Quiz competitions also conducted for the benefit for the students.

           List of Seminars

      Sl.No

      Date / Month

      Topic

      Given By

      Group/Year

      1

      22-07-16

      Spread of Jainism – Buddism in Telangana

      A.Sandhya

      III HECA

      2

      27-07-16

      Humayun

      B.Shirisha

      II HEP

      3

      30-07-16

      French Revolution

      N.LaxmiDevi

      III HPML

      4

      20-08-16

      Sources of Indian History

      K.Kaveri

      I HEP

      5

      26-08-16

      Socio-Economic conditions of Moghuls

      J.Sumalatha

      II HECA

      6

      26-08-16

      Reformation Movement in Europe

      Anitha

      III HPML

      7

      08-09-16

      Administration of Mouriyas

      Shireesha

      I HEP

      8

      15-09-16

      Self Respect Movement in India

      Shirisha

      II HEP

      9

      29-09-16

      Importance of Bonalu festival

      Prameela

      III HEP

      10

      19-11-16

      National Integration Importance

      Shailaja

      II HPML

      11

      19-12-16

      II Phase of Telangana Agitation

      Shailaja

      III HEP

      12

      23-01-17

      Allauddin  Khilzi

      H.Swarna

      IHPML

      13

      13-02-17

      Cultural contribution of Pallavas

      N.Swathi

      I HPML

      14

      16-03-17

      Village administration of Chollas

      T.Sony

      IHEP

      15

      29-06-15

      Features of feudalism

      B.Mounika

      III HPML

      16

      30-06-15

      Barbar Moughal Empire

      H.Laxmi

      II HPML

      17

      21-07-15

      Geographical conditions of India

      S.Shireesh

      I HEP

      18

      22-07-15

      Shersha Reforms

      V.Mamatha

      II HPML

      19

      25-07-15

      Cultural conditions under Kakatiyas

      G.Mounika

      III HECA

      20

      22-08-15

      Mughal Admistration

      G.Bindhu

      II HPML

      21

      24-09-15

      Industrial Resolution

      L.Vijaya Laxmi

      III HPML

      22

      26-09-15

      Liberation of Telangana

      K.Nagaratnam

      IIIHECA

      23

      21-11-15

      Peasent Movements

      K.Sandhya

      II HECA

      24

      29-11-15

      Dalit Movement in Telangana

      B.Jamuna Rani

      III HPML

      25

      27-06-14

      Columalism

      Ch.Ramya

      III HEP

      26

      16-07-14

      Cultural Conditions of Vijayanagara Kingdom

      Hymavathi

      III HPML

      27

      11-08-14

      Indus Valley Civilization

      Bindhu

      I HPML

      28

      28-08-14

      American war of Independency

      Sujatha

      III HEP

      29

      07-09-14

      Administration of Shivaji

      Sunitha

      II HPMl

      30

      06-09-14

      Greatness of Ashoka

      Laxmi

      I HEP

      31

      17-09-14

      Industrial Revolution

      Ramya

      III HEP

      32

      18-11-14

      Ist world war causes

      Ramya

      III HPML

      33

      19-11-14

      Non Cooperation Moveement

      Ch Kalyani

      III HPML

      34

      20-11-14

      Greateness of Harsha

      Priyanka

      I HPML

      35

      22-11-14

      Welsaly –subsidiary alliance

      Renuka

      III HPML

      36

      04-12-14

      Northern sarkars ceded districts

      Swapna

      III HPML

                     

             Course Materials:

      For the benefit of  all B.A IYr, II Yr & III Yr students course material was given to them in important chapters. This material could help the students in getting good score in annual examinations as well as PG/B.Ed Entrance Examinations.

             Evaluation:

                  TheStudents Progress is evaluated by conducting monthly tests and weekly slip tests. These tests help in appraising the student learning process in addition to this Pre-final and Internal assessments are held before Annual /Semester Examinations.

                  The marks obtained by the students in the internal assessment / monthly tests are posted in the Ward Counseling sheets  and the same is informed to their  parents at Parents –Teacher meeting or by Post cards. The results are reviewed and remedial classes are arranged for academically weak students.

      List of PPT’s

      • Jainism and  Buddhism
      • Ashoka
      • Gupta Empire
      • Delhi Sultan
      • Mughal Empire Akbar
      • Administration of Moghal
      • Renisance of India
      • National Movements in Indian.
      • French Revolution
      • World Wars
      • Kakatiyas
      • Vijayanagara Empire.

      List of OHP Sheets

      • Harsha Empire
      • Ashoka Empire
      • Kanishka Empire
      • Gupta Empire
      • India before 6th Century BC
      • Allahuddin Empire
      • Bismark Unification of Germany
      • Kakatiyas
      • Akbar Moghal Empire
      • Shivaji – Maharastra.
      •  

      ICT integration (PPTs / IMS / OHP) details:

      To improve the Student Learning capacity new teaching methods like ICT, PPT are used in our Department. Along with Conventional methods OHP and ICT  were used in teaching methods.

      III. RESEARCH CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION :

      Research Projects

      National

      Agency / Grants

      Title of the Project

      Duration

      Minor Research Project

       

      UGC

      The impact of 1317  Land Revenue Act on Socio-Economy of  Telangana.

       

      3 Years


      Publications

      S.No.

      Name of the Faculty

      Title of the Paper / Book

      Journal/Chapters in Books / Books Edited

      Publisher / ISSN / ISBN number

      1.

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      2.

      P.Shanthi

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      P.Shanthi

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      Scenario of  Social Sciences in Higher education, issues, challenges & suggestions.   ( Social Legislation in India – special preference  to child Marriage Restraint Act – 1929).

      Problems and prospects of Tribal Development (Book)

      (Socio-Economic and living conditions of the Tribal women)

                   

                    -

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      -

       

      978-93-82829-45-4

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      978-81-8387-720-06

       

      Faculty participation / Presented Papers at Seminars / Workshops / Training Programmes             ( 2012-2017)

      Name of the Faculty

      Title

      International / National / State / District

      Organized by

      Dates

      Place

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      Smt. P.Shanthi

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      Smt P.Shanthi

      Guru Dakshina

      National

      City College, Hyd.

      29th-30th July 2011

      Hyderabad

      Women Empowerment  through education in British India.

      National

      Andhra Layola college, Vijayawada.

      17th ,18th Aug 2012

      Vijayawada

      Globalization & Tourism

      National

      Girraj college, Nizamabad.

      2nd Feb 2013

      Nizamabad

      SHGS and Financial Inclusion      a study of Khammam District

      National

      Govt.Degree college Arnoor.

      7th , 8th Dec. 2013

      Arnoor

      A study of determinants of Entrepreneur ship in man forms sector in Andhra Pradesh.

       

      National

      Govt. Degree college, Khiratabad, Hyd.

      10th Jan ‘14

      Hyderabad

      Social empowerment of women through Microfinance.

      National

      Nehru Memorial Degree college , Jogipet.

      18th,19th Jan 2014

      Jogipet

      Trends in History – A New Perspective.

      National

      Girraj Govt. College, Nizamabad.

      21st,22nd 2014

      Nizamabad

      Women Empowerment through self help groups.

      National

      University College for women, KU Warangal.

      5th,6th March 2014

      Warangal

      Social Legislation in India

      National

      Pingle GDC, Warangal

      8th,9th Sept 2014

      Warangal

       

       

      Socio economic living conditions of the Tribal women

       

       

      National

       

       

      GDC, Bhadrachalam

       

       

       

      30th 31st Oct 2014

       

       

      Bhadrachalam

      Problems and prospects of inclusive growth of STS. Some grass root level.

      National

      Singareni womens Degree College, KTDM

      5th, 6th Nov

      2014

      Kothagudem

      Impact of 1317 F. Land  revenue Act on     structure in Telangana

      National

      South India History congress – dept of Histoty, KU Wgl

      20th,22nd Feb 2015

      Warangal

      The impact of Self help groups on Gender Sensitization.

      National

      GDC Gajwel, Medak

      10th March 2016

      Medak

      Violence against Women – Human Rights.

      National

      GDC, Kodad

      14th Jan 2017

      Nalgonda

       

      Women Development problems & Prospects of Rural Women Entrepreneur.

       

       

      National

       

       

      GDC(W), Khammam

       

      3rd March 2017

       

      Khammam

      The village structure in Telangana during Medieval Period.

      National

      KU Warangal

      24th,25th March 2017

      Warangal

      Agrarian Acts – Unrest in Telangana.

      National

      OU Hyderabad

      19th,20th June 2017

      Hyderabad

       

      Student Study Projects-

      Sl.No

      Date / Month

      Topic

      Done  By

      Group/Year

      1

      Aug ‘2014

      Cultural History of Telangana Bonalu – Local Festival – Its significance in society

      N. Tulasi

      L.Vijaya Laxmi

      B.Sravanthi

      BA HEP II Yr

      HPML II Yr

      Hpml II Yr

      2

      Sept’2014

      Batukamma – festival of Telangana people- Traditions practices – in Telangana

      L.Ramadevi

      BA HEP II Yr

      3

      Sept’2014

      Tribal festival – ‘Teeze’ its significance and Importance

      G.Swapna

      L.Vijayalaxmi

      HEP II Yr

      HPML II Yr

      4

      Nov’2014

      Significance of Devi Navarathrulu

      L.Radhika

      BA HPML II Yr

      5

      Nov’2014

      Important places in Bhadrachalam

      G.Srivani

      B.A HECA II Yr

      6

      Nov’2014

      History of some Important Majids in India.

      Sk.Rehana

      Sk.Qummurunissa

      Sk Ramjabi

      B.A HEP IIIYr

       

       

      7

      Nov’2015

      Ancient Telangana Kingdom

      G.Sravani

      HECA – III Yr

      8

      Nov’2015

      Kolanupaka Jaina Temple

      K.baby

      HECA – III Yr

      9

      Nov’2015

      Komarambheem

      K.Lavanya

      HECA – III Yr

      10

      Nov’2015

      Ancient Telangana History

      N.Dhanalaxmi

      HECA – III Yr

      11

      Nov’2015

      History of thousand Pillar temple

      D.Spandana

      HECA – III Yr

      12

      Nov’2015

      Mohammad Quli Qutubsha

      N.Tulasi

      HECA – III Yr

      13

      Dec ‘2015

      History of Nelakondapalli

      N.kavitha

      HEP –IIIYr

      14

      Dec ‘2015

      Godavari Pushkaralu

      A.Sunitha

      HEP –IIIYr

      15

      Dec ‘2015

      Telangana kavulu samskruthi

      T.Asha

      HEP –IIIYr

      16

      Dec ‘2015

      Life History of Pop’s

      K.Tirupatamma

      HEP –IIIYr

      17

      Dec ‘2015

      Colonalism

      T.shyamalatha

      HECA –IIIYr

      18

      Dec ‘2015

      Confusious

      Sk.Meena

      HECA –III Yr

      19

      Dec ‘2015

      China Civilization

      B.Chandra

      HPML-III Yr

      20

      Dec ‘2015

      Presidents of America

      M.Devika

      HPML – III Yr

      21

      Oct’2016

      Festival – Jataras of Telangana

      B.Mounika,G.Padma,K.Umarani

      Sk.Heena,Sk.Rubeena

      HEP II Yr

      22

      Oct’2016

      History of Khammam District

      J.Sumalatha,Y.Yamini

      K.Mamatha, M.Sandhaya

      HECA II Yr

       

       

      23

      Nov’2016

      Important Samsthanas in Telangana

      B.Aruna, G.shailaja,

      M.Shailaja, P.Aruna Kumari

      HPML II Yr

      24

      Nov’2016

      Delopment of Handicrafts in Telangana

      P.Priyanka,L.Lavanya,K.Kaveri,

      M.Shireesha,B.Baby

      HECA,HEP,HPML

      I Yr.

      25

      Dec’2016

      History of Forts during Kakatiyas

      B.Suma

      HPML IIIYr

      26

      Dec’2016

      Kaloji Narayana Rao

      G.Swaroopa

      HPML III Yr

      27

      Dec’2016

      Kings of Quli Quthubsha Dyansty

      H.Rambai

      HPML III Yr

      28

      Dec’2016

      Telangana Culture and Literature

      K.pujitha

      HPML III Yr

      29

      Jan’2017

      Tribal People in Telangana

      E.Sravanthi

      HPML III Yr

      30

      Jan’2017

      History of KCR

      E.Anitha

      HPML III Yr

      31

      Jan’2017

      IIPhase of Telangana Agitation

      E.Sunitha

      HPML III Yr

      32

      Jan’2017

      History of Papikondalu

      G.Shantha

      HPML III Yr

      33

      Jan’2017

      Police of Rajakars in Telangana

      A.Aswani

      HPML III Yr

      34

      Jan’2017

      Yedupayala Jathara

      P.Vishwakala

      HPML III Yr

      35

      Jan’2017

      Nijam Kings

      P.Ramya

      HPML III Yr

      36

      Jan’2017

      Samsthanalu in Nizam State

      T.Subha sri

      HPML III Yr

       

       

       

       

       

      Field Visits –

      Sl.No

      Date/Year

      Purpose

      Place of Visit

      Faculty Involved

      1

      13-10-2017

      To see the architecture of Kakatiyas.

      Kusumanchi

      P.Shanthi

      G.Vijaya Laxmi

      2

      03-09-2016

      To know the religious conditions & Architecture of Medival period in Khammam.

      Jidllacheruvu

      P.Shanthi

      3

      07-09-2015

      To know the importance of temples in religious conditions of the people in the past.

      Stambadri temple, Khammam

      P.Shanthi

      G.Vijaya Laxmi

      4

      04-10-2013

      To know the importance of Irrigation facilities.

      Wyra

      P.Shanthi

      G.Vijaya Laxmi

      5

      13-11-2014

      To know the Architecture of the temple and the Khila

      Nemali

      P.Shanthi

      G.Vijaya Laxmi

       

      Extension Activity by Students / Faculty :

      • With  the collaboration of NSS , the Dept of History has  conducted Numismatics and Philately in which 8 colleges were Participated.
      • Students  actively participated in Neighborhood  like NSS Camp, Clean & Green programs etc.,
      •  These activities help them to realize their social responsibilities and encourage them to participate in the welfare programs of the college and in the society.
      • Under community service the students along with the lecturers take active part in Blood Donation Camps, AIDS Awareness rally are which were intended by the government.
      •  All of our students were members in UNDP Disha Project which was initiated by CCE. This Disha Project can provide women & girls with the skills and knowledge that will help them secure employment or start their own business.
      • The main aim of this project is to help women become economically self sufficient so that  they, their families and future generation can have better opportunities in life.
      • Disha is a three year partnership between IDF(Indian Development Foundation) and UNDP.

      Lead India 2020

      • Our students also participated in Lead India 2020 program. Which was based on Training and Research. It is unique educational movement to create incredible human capital by bringing transformation in the basic human plans.
      • Lead India 2020 foundation was started by Prof.Dr. N.B.Sudharshan Acharya with the inspiration of the President of India Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam ji.
      • This is designed as ‘Aap Badho Desh ko Badhao’
      • After 3 days training program 6 BA students were selected in this training program and they went to 6 schools to train the students to identify individual leadership and strengths.
      • The BA students also participated in survey of AIDS.
      • They took the information from various girls hostels .
      • The Lecturers of the Department actively participated in faculty forum.

      Achievements –

      Sl.No

      Faculty

      Date

      Topic

      Delivered by

      1

      Smt. P.Shanthi

      08-09-15

      Socio-Economic Cultural conditions of Telangana.

      JVR GDC, Sathupalli.

      2

      Smt.P.Shanthi

      12-02-16

      Telangana Freedom Struggle.

      GDC, Nelakondapalli.

       

      • Our students got I, II Prizes in Elocution competitions which was conducted by District tourism Promotion Council at District Level.
      • S.Kanaka Rekha  - HPML I Prize
      • B.Asha                 - HEP II Prize.

      IV. INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES –

       

      History Department has  a built up Area of 17  Sq Mts For teaching charts, Maps, OHP sheets and PPTs are used.  A computer with internet facility is available in the Humanities staff room.

        Departmental Library –

            A departmental Library is maintained for the benefit of the students Important books and paper cuttings were issued to students by Issue Registers       

      V. STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION

           The Department of History took special care for student progression In addition to the classes each lecturer is assigned the responsibility of assessing the academic progress of the batch of students

      Coaching Initiatives

           Department of History conducted PG & B.Ed Entrance coaching classes for every year. Department of History also Coordinates Career Guidance Cell and has Server and 6 Systems. The Department encourage the students to attend the classes for competitive exams which were conducted by Career Guidance Committee in our college

      Ward Counseling

           The Faculty of the Department is maintained Ward Counseling Records in every year For the current year Smt P Shanthi  is in-charge for the Group BA HECA III Yr and Smt G Vijaya Laxmi is in- charge for the BA III Yr HEP Group The Lecturers maintain this records and  with this detailed knowledge of their Ward they formulate modifications and suggestions for the enrichment  of these students.

      Student Progression

      S.No

      Year

      Name of the Student

      Joined at P.G / B.Ed / Placement

      1

      2012-13

      M.Parvathi

      B.Ed

      2

      K.Nagamani

      3

      B.Anitha

      4

      B.Yashoda

      5

      D.Chandrakala

      6

      G.Usha

      7

      2013-14

      K.Sravanthi

      Select in Reliance

      8

      M.Uma Rani

      Selected in Reliance

      9

      A.Sunitha

      Selected in Reliance

      10

      P.Nirmala

      B.Ed

      11

      A.Suneetha

        12

      K.Ramya Krishna

      13

      N.Srilaxmi.

      14

      2014-15

      I.Renuka

      15

      P..Krishna Veni

      16

      P.Sravanthi

      17

      P.Naga Swaroopa

      18

      P.Sujatha

      19

      D.Ranitha

      20

      S.Lalitha

      21

      P.kalyani

      22

      L.Swaroopa

      23

       

             2015-16

      BAnitha

      24

      H Priyanka

      25

      H Rambai

      26

      2016-17

      ASuneetha

      27

      G Manjula

      28

      TUma Maheswari

      29

      K Nagamani

      30

      R Rajitha

      31

      K Prameela

      32

      P Sujatha

      33

      DRoja

       

       

      VI. GOVERNANCE AND LEADERSHIP

          Convener for 4 Committees

      1. Student Consultancy and Career Guidance Committee
      2. House Examinations Committee
      3. Donor Merit Prizes – Poor Students aid Fund Committee    
      4. Jignasa Committee

      Member in 5 Committees

      1. MANA TV  Committee
      2. TSKC Committee
      3. Faculty Forum
      4. Arts  Association
      5. Student Union / Advisory Committee

      Department Activities -

              2017-18

      S.No

      Date

      Name of the Activity Conducted

      In Association with

      No. of Students Participated

      Resource person / Activity details

      1

      21-06-17

      Yoga Day

      Games Committees, NSS College  staff

      50

      Smt A Srilatha

      2

      22-07-17

      National Flag Adoption Day

       

      60

      Smt P.Shanthi

      3

      23-07-17

      Tilak Jayanthi

       

      70

      Smt P.Shanthi

      4

      05-08-17

      Prof. Jayashankar Birth Day

       Political Science Dept.

      70

      Smt A Paramjyothi

      5

      08-08-17

      Quit India Day

      Political Science Dept.

      72

      Smt P.Shanthi & G.Madhusudhan Reddy

      6

      10-08-17

      Hiroshima & Nagasaki Day

      Political Science Dept.

      75

      Smt P.Shanthi & G.Madhusudhan Reddy

      7

      11-08-17

      Quiz on National movement

      Political Science Dept.

      60

      Smt P.Shanthi & G.Madhusudhan Reddy

      8

      05-09-17

      Teachers Day

      GDC(w) Staff

      200

      Principal

      Dr B.Madhuri

       

       

      9

       

       

      17-09-17

       

       

      Liberation Day of Telangana

       

       

      Telugu Dept

       

              

               80

       

       

      Smt A.Paramjyothi

      10

      18-09-17

      Elocution on the occasion of World Tourism Day

      Dist Tourism Council

      80

      Sri D.Suman Chakravarthi Dist Tourism Officer & J.Milton Asst Prof in History SR & BGNR College

      11

      18-09-17

      Celebration of Batukamma Festival

      GDC(W) Staff

      80

      Principal

      Dr B.Madhuri

      12

      24-102017

      Celebration of UNO Day

       Political Science Dept.

      60

      Smt P.Shanthi & G.Madhusudhan Reddy

       

      2016 – 17

      S.No

      Date

      Name of the Activity Conducted

      In Association with

      No. of Students Participated

      Resource person / Activity details

      1

      22-07-16

      National Flag Adoption Day

       

      40

      Smt  P.Shanthi

      2

      23-07-16

      Tilak Jayanthi

       

      45

      Smt P.Shanthi

      3

      30-07-16

      Celebration of Bonala Festival

       

      35

      Smt P.Shanthi

      4

      06-08-16

      Prof. Jayashankar B’Day

       

      85

      Smt P.Shanthi & A. Paramjyothi

      5

      08-08-16

      Quit India Day- Elocution Competition

       

      45

      Smt P.Shanthi & G.Vijaya Laxmi

      6

      11-08-16

      Quiz

       

      50

       Smt P.Shanthi & G.Vijaya Laxmi

      7

      03-09-16

      Field Trip  to Jilla Cheruvu

       

       

      Smt P.Shanthi & G.Vijaya Laxmi

      8

      08-09-16

      Teachers Day

      GDC(w) Staff

      85

      Principal

      Dr B.Madhuri

       

      9

       

      17-09-16

      Extension Lecture

      .

       

      80

      Sri Ch.Kashaiah Ex MLA & ZP Chair Person

      10

      21-09-16

      Celebration of World Peace Day

       Political Science Dept.

      80

      Sri R.Satyanarayana

       

      11

       

      22-09-16

       

      Elocution on the world Tourism Day

       

      Dist Tourism Council

       

      50

       

      Sri D.Suman Chakravarthi Dist Tourism Officer

      12

      27-09-16

      Photo Exhibition at SR & BGNR College

      SR & BGNR College

      30

      Sri J.Milton

      13

      14-11-16

      Essay writing on occasion of Nehru’s B’Day

       

      20

      Smt P.Shanthi

      14

      19-11-16

      Elocution on the occasion of National Integration Day

      Political Science

      35

      Smt P.Shanthi

       

      2015-16

      S.No

      Date

      Name of the Activity Conducted

      In Association with

      No. of Students Participated

      Resource person / Activity details

      1

      22-07-15

      National Flag Adoption Day

       

      20

      Smt  P.Shanthi

      2

      23-07-15

      Tilak Jayanthi

       

      23

      Smt P.Shanthi

      3

      06-08-15

      Prof. Jayashankar B’Day

       

      69

      Smt P.Ramanamma , Dr A. Venkateswarlu  & Smt  Paramjyothi

      4

      07-08-15

      Debate on the occasion of Hiroshma & Nagasaki Day

       

      27

      Smt P.Shanthi & G.Vijaya Laxmi

      5

      07-08-15

      Celebration of Quit India Day

       

      28

      Smt P.Shanthi & G.Vijaya Laxmi

      6

      14-08-15

      Elocution on Problems &      of women in present Society

       

      28

      Dr J.Anuradha

      7

      19-08-15

      Coin Exhibition

      NSS

      115

      Sri P.Upender

      8

      20-08-15

      Quiz

       

      30

      Smt P.Shanthi

       

      9

      05-09-15

      Teachers Day

      GDC(W) Staff

      200

      Principal

      10

      09-09-15

      Speeches on the occasion of Kaloji B’Day

       

      62

      Smt P.Shanthi & G.Vijaya Laxmi

       

       

      11

       

       

      18-09-15

       

       

      Elocution on the occasion of Liberation Day

       

            

            

      50

       

       

      Smt P.Shanthi

      12

      23-09-15

      Photo exhibition

      Dept of History  at SR & BGNR college

      20

      Smt P.Shanthi

      13

      01-10-15

      Elocution on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanthi

       

      52

      Smt Paramjyothi

      14

      13-11-15

      Elocution on the occasion of Nehru Jayanthi

       

      35

      Smt P.Shanthi

      15

      10-12-15

      Seminar on the occasion of Human Rights Day

      NSS

      120

      Dr. B.V Reddy

      Asst.Prof of PS

      Nelakondapalli

      16

      04-01-16

      Extension Lecture

       

      50

      Prof P.Varalaxmi

      HOD, OU

      2014 – 15

      S.No

      Date

      Name of the Activity Conducted

      In Association with

      No. of Students Participated

      Resource person / Activity details

      1

      23-07-14

      Tilak Jayanthi

       

      50

      Smt P.Shanthi

      2

      06-08-14

      Extension Lecture on the Role of Prof. Jayashankar  in formation of Telangana State

       

      84

      Prof S.Kanaka Chary Principal PG college,kmm

      3

      17-09-14

      Elocution on the occasion of Liberation Day

       

      30

      Smt P.Shanthi & G.Vijaya Laxmi

      4

      31-10-14

      Elocution on the role of Vallabai Patel in Unification

       

      35

      Smt P.Shanthi & G.Vijaya Laxmi

      5

      14-11-14

      Elocution on the Role of Nehru in Modern India

       

      34

      Smt P.Shanthi

      7

      15-12-14

      A Survey on AIDS

       

      05

      Smt P.Shanthi

      8

      08-01-15

      Field Trip to Nemali

       

      15

      Smt P.Shanthi

       

       

      2013 – 14

      S.No

      Date

      Name of the Activity Conducted

      In Association with

      No. of Students Participated

      Resource person / Activity details

      1

       

      22-07-13

      Speches on the occasion of National Flag Adoption Day

       

      52

      Smt P.Shanthi

      2

      23-07-13

      Elocution on the occasion of Tilak B’Day

       

      48

      Smt P.Shanthi & G.Vijaya Laxmi

      3

      31-10-13

      Elocution on ‘Vallabhai Patel’

       

      50

      Smt Paramjyothi

      4

      14-11-13

      Essay Writing on the occasion of Nehru’s B’Day

       

      52

      Smt P.Shanthi

      5

      27-11-13

      Field Trip to Shiva Temple & Wyra Reservoir

       

      20

      Smt P.shanthi & Smt Paramjyothi

       

      VII. INNOVATIVE / BEST PRACTICE -

            History is one of  the important subject in social sciences So the departments Primary object

        is to improve the knowledge skills of the students and  help from succeed in life The Dept of History followed some Best and Healthy Practices  to improve the  learning skills of the students

      • Heritage & Culture Club was started  by Dept  of History on 14-02-2014 by district Tourism Officer Sri Suman Chakravarthy The main objective of the club is to inculcate knowledge about the famous Historical cities in India as well as surrounding area
      • By this club students  were encouraged to learn ‘Research Methodology’ by  doing study projects
      • Besides class room teaching Bridge classes are conducted for the fresher’s
      • Showing  Mana TV telecasts for better understanding of the subject
      • Taking care of the Ward  and counseling then regularly
      • Taking Remedial classes for slow learners
      • Maintaining Paper clippings of B Ed, Group I, Group II and other competitive exams
      • For the benefit of the students, Department of History started Hand Embroidery course in light of ‘Earn while Learn’ programme this will help the students to improve the additional skills which related to self employment
      • In addition to teaching classes Extra Curricular activities like Group Discussions, Quiz, Field works etc were encouraged to students
      • Encourage the students to participate in National Service Scheme and other community services
      • Dept of History provides course materials to  the students
      • Encourage students to come out freely to exhibit their talents such as drawing, music, dance etc
      • Encouraging the students to join in Computer Certificate courses for acquiring skills to cop up with the latest trends of Technological Development
      • Celebration of  important  days in History
      • Under Unique Practices the students of History of this college have gathered information regarding our National Leaders and Local Leaders Along with this they also collect the information regarding their villages

      Description of the Best Practice –

      1. Title of the Practice : Know Our National Leaders.
      2. Goal :     The aim of the practice is to develop the National Integrity and Patriotism among the students by reading or knowing the life history of the National Leaders Students took inspiration from them.
      3. Content: The content of this practice is to develop the Research habit among the students by searching Life style of various National Leaders in History.
      4. The Practice : The Students collect information of National leaders and write them down. Every student collect additional information about the National leaders, apart from textbooks. Some collect the information from videos/pictures. This helps the students develop their activities in future. Reading habit also will be developed by their practice.
      5. Evidence of Success:  Students habituated to visit the library by this practice. Their collection acts as inspiration to the next batch students.
      6. Problems Encountered and Resources Required:
      7. The main problem of this practice is to  mainly of non-availability of books in telugu medium. Most of the students came from telugu medium background they are not good at understanding the available English Medium books.
      8. Only with the help of videos/Pictures/Photographs of our National leaders. Students can Understand their life Style easily.
      9. Notes:the Department of History has grouped all the works of students into a spiral set. This enables students to know about “National Leaders”.

      SWOC  Analysis of the Department and Future Plans

      Strengths –

      • Highest pass percentage for the last three years
      • Participated in various programmes and won the prizes at Dist Level Ex. D Kanaka Rekha BA HPML II Yr won the II prize at district level Elocution competition which was conducted by District Tourism Promotion Council
      • Promoted Research Activities of  students by Heritage & Culture Club of our Department

       

            Weakness –

      • Low  teacher student ratio to introduce new courses
      • Being women students, it is difficult to participate in Archeological Excavations and other Research Activities.

             Opportunities –

      • Potential  for introduce PG course in History.
      • Conduct Certificate courses for Tourism with duration  one year or 6  months
      • Conduct Photo Exhibition
      • The Department  is Potential   to start Study Center giving coaching to Competitive Exams

      Constraints

      • Low pass percentage at Entry Level (Intermediate)
      • Drop outs ratio is visible due to the  marriages and Socio – Economic  reasons.
      • Due to lack of qualified faculty in Archeology  the Department  couldn’t introduce Archeology & Tourism Courses in UG Level

      Future Plans

      • Proposed to introduce PG Course in History .(M.A History)
      • To conduct one National Seminar during 2018-19 on ‘Women Participation in Telangana Struggle” (Proposal)
      • To conduct one Photo Exhibition on Historical Monuments in Telangana.
      • To introduce any one Certificate Course which is related to History  or related to Women Empowerment.

      Conclusion

             Thus the fundamental Objectives of our department is to teach, clarify and intensify the knowledge and help them in scale further the heights of success. Our efforts and proposed action plan lays emphasis on positive guidance and is designed to direct the students learning activities to their ultimate aspirations.

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