Babu Jagjivan Ram Government Degree College

Narayanaguda, Hyderabad – 500029

Affiliated to Osmania University, Hyderabad.

(Re-Accredited by NAAC with B++ Grade)

Dept. of History

History Dept.

Department Profile

About the Department :The department was established in 1974. The department offers Under graduate programs.HEP, HPP, HEPA, HECA, HPCA in English Medium. At present student strength is around 350.  The department works with high dedication and commitment towards overall development of students. Student centric methodology is being adopted by the faculty   to encourage the students in interactive and participative learning. Students are continuously assessed and regular counseling sessions are conducted to motivate the students to pursue P.G. course in History .The department is proud to have its faculty members as Board of studies members and examiners of different colleges and  also Osmania University. The faculty continuously upgrade themselves in ICT teaching methodologies by attending different programs for the benefit of students. Students are seriously involved in curriculum enrichment programs and are guided by the faculty for student study project every year. The department appreciates the meritorious students who have secured ‘O’ grade in semester. The department introduced certificate course to impart  conceptual learning among students.

Vision and Mission

Vision:

Pursuit of scholarship in Indian history, culture and heritage by providing unique learning experience.

Mission:

To impart quality education and generate socially conscious graduates embedding ethics and values for the advancement of research. To establish a platform for the dissemination and creation of knowledge through teaching and research in History at various levels. To transform students into citizens who are critically informed about past and its consequences for the present. Empower students to cope the challenges of globalization by instilling a passion for learning about the past.

 

Objectives of the Department

To create human resources with a strong foundation in History which can be applied to society. To motivate students towards research in History and also in inter disciplinary areas. To organize outreach activities to promote Heritage and culture. To support students academically.

Programs Offered

B.A.(CBCS)–English Medium

SL.NO Group Medium

1 History Political science Public Administration English

2 History Economics Public Administration English

3 History  Economics Political science English

4 History Political science Computer Application English

5 History Economics Computer Application English

6 MOOCS English

 

Report on Certificate Course  2020-21

Syllabus for certificate course

2020-21

  Title :- PRINCIPLES OF TRAVEL AND TOURISM             NO.OF HRS – 30

MODULE : I

TOURISM – Definitiion , Meaning , Origin : Types of Tourism , Grand tour , Travel in Industrial Age ,Growth of Tourism – Paid Holiday concept ,Growth Tourism in after II World War : Types of Transport – Rail ,Road , Sea , Air .

MODULE : II

Emergence of Mass Tourism: Causes for rapid growth , Role of Travel agents in Development of Tourism ,WTC,WTO, PATA ,

Development of tourism in India ,Sergant committee ,Tourist Developmet

Committee ,Travel Agents in India –

1 Name of the Course : Principles of Travel and Tourism

2 Department : History

3 Duration of days:30 Days

4 NO of Hours required : 30 hrs

5 No of students enrolled: 30

6 Whether list of student is enclosed: ( Yes/ No )

7 Whether brochure containing  details of curriculum, assessment, procedure Etc  is enclosed

 

Objectives

 

Report

 

Outcome Brief report of the certificate course along with outcome :

The course will enable students to study historical aspects, principles of travel & tourism, origin & types, role of travel agents  and  promotion of tourism  .

The Department of History introduced a certificate course on principle of tourism .The duration of the course was  1-2-2021 to 5-3-2021

Students are able to learn origin and development of Tourism . They  also learn principles of tourism and tools of publicity and role of travel agent  towards the  development of Tourism.

Course Outcomes

B.A. (HISTORY) SYLLABUS

Semester – I

History of India (From Earliest Times to c.700 CE)

(DSC-101)  Discipline Specific Course – Paper – I

(With Effect from 2019-2020)

 

Course Outcomes :

students will be able to realize the past glory of motherland. Students will be able to appreciate values  of the life of the earlier people. Students will be able to acquire knowledge of  the Indian Heritage and Culture Students will be able to get trained to face the competitive exams.

 

 

Semester – II

History of India (c.700-1526 CE)

(DSC-201 – Discipline Specific Course) – Paper – II

(2019-2020)

 

Course Outcomes :

Students will be able to study the nature of the role Delhi sultans in India and analyse about the transition from historic centuries to the medieval period. Students will be able to recognize the development made in agriculture industry and commerce. Students will be able to know administrative and social changes carried out in India. They will be able to delienate changes in the field of polity, culture growth of vernacular languages,Bhakti, movement Sufism ,Art and Architecture.

Semester – III

History of India (1526-1857 CE)

(DSC – Discipline Specific Course – Paper – III

(2019-2020)

Course Outcomes :

Students will be able to study the nature of the role of the mughals in India . Students will be able to know administrative and social changes carried out in India. Students will be able to recognize the development made in agriculture industry and commerce. Students will be able to learn the British colonial expansion in the political context of 18th century C.E Students will earn about the changes in society and religion.

 

 

Semester – IV

History of India (1858-1964 CE)

(DSC – Discipline Specific Course-401)  – Paper – IV

(2019-2020)

Course Outcomes :

Students will be able to learn the development made by the British Students will be able to learn the economic policies carried out of India. Students will be able to know the educational development and introduction of press in India. Students will be able to understand the industrial and agricultural bases by the British government. Students will be able to learn the core issues pertaining to vast canvass of National movement India’s quest for Independence and nation building.

 

Semester – V World History

 (1453-1815 CE) Discipline Specific Course (DSC) – Paper – V (CBCS – 2018-2019)

 

Course Outcomes :

Students will be able to understand revolutionary changes that took place in Europe. Students will be able to realized the importance of the principles like liberty ,equally and authority of France revolution. Students will be able to know how the leader of European Nation struggle hard to achieve their goal. Students will be able to understand value and importance of people ,Democracy and Democratic and institution .

 

 Semester – V History of Telangana

 (From Earliest Times to 1724 CE) Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) – Paper – I (A) (CBCS – 2018-2019)

 

 

Course Outcomes :

By studying Telangana history the student can understand happening in the Telangana from earliest time to Qutub Shahi’s period the History ,culture , civilization and development of the Telugu language and culture. Can understand the gradual change in society. Students can perceive the chronological incidents and dynasties that ruled telangana from satavahanas to Qutub shahi’s period. The Deccan heritage of Qutub Shahi’s will be learnt.

 

Semester – VI

World History (1815-1950 CE)

 (DSC) –

Paper – VI (CBCS – 2018-2019)

 

Course Outcomes :

By studying the History of modern world the student will be able to

Analyze the historical development in Europe between 1815 to 1960

About the world between two world war. To understand international threats posed in the way of Nazism and Fascism . To recognized the world setting during world War II and political development made after . Students will understand the era of shifting history from Euro centric to world To analyze the democratic and liberal ideas,  formation aims and achievement  of UNO ‘, NAM and the process of cold war in the world.

Semester – VI

History of Telangana

(1724-2014 CE)

 (DSE) Paper – II (A) (CBCS – 2018-2019)

 

 

Course Outcomes :

By studying this paper the student  will be able to

Understand and interpret social,political,and cultural transformation of Telangana from medieval to modern period. Students can analyze socio-political and economic changes under Asif Jahs Will be able to analyze socio-political awakening movements. Students will be able to understand the incidents that led to the formation of A.P. Students will learn the origin and spread of the idea of separate Telangana movement in1969 and 2002 and fomation of Telangana in 2014

Program Specific Outcome:

To obtain graduation and become eligible for competitive exams. The study of history helps to impart moral education and installs the feeling of patriotism in the hearts of the students The study of the history enables the knowledge of chronology narrative, major events, personality , and turning points of the history of India . It provide multi causual explanations of the major historical development based on contectulize analysis of modern world of the history. it enables to understand the background of religion ,customs, institutions, and administration in India . It enables to understand the present existing social political religious and economic conditions of the people. The study of history helps to analyse relationship between the past and present and relate it to the present society.

Outcome of  BA programme

 

The Outcome of UG Course, B. A. in History At the completion of B. A. in History the students are able to:

Understand the basic themes, concepts, chronology and the Scope of Indian History. Be Acquaint with the range of issues related Indian History and its distinctive eras. Understand the history of the countries other than India with comparative approach. Think and argue historically and critically in writing and discussion. Prepare for various types of Competitive Examinations Critically recognize the Social, Political, Economic and Cultural aspects of History. To study further in the applied field of history as Archaeology.

 

Total Faculty Members in History department : 2

Sl.No. Photo Name Designation Profile
1 H. Geeta M.A History Associate Professor Profile
2 Dr. Govind Vittal Rao Deshmukh M.A., History, Ph.D. Associate Professor Profile

REPORT ON PROJECTS GIVEN TO ADVANCED LEARNERS

2015-16

S.NO Title of the Project

1  Feudal State in Hyderabad state

 

2016-17

S.NO Title of the Project

1 Tourist Destinations in Telangana

 

2017-18

S.NO Title of the Project

1 Development of Education in India and its impact.

 

2018-19

S.NO Title of the Project

1 Temples in Telangana

2 Heritage Centres in Telangana

 

2019-2020

S.NO Title of the Project

1 Art and Architecture of Ramappa

2 Role of Arya Samaj in freedom movement in Hyderabad State

3 Water management system during Kakatiyas period

REPORT ON PROJECTS GIVEN TO ADVANCED LEARNERS

 (2020-2021)

 

To

The Coordinator

Internal Quality Assurance Cell

 

Madam,

I am herewith submitting the list of Student Study  Projects assigned to the students  identified as ADVANCED LEARNERS by the Department of   History  for the academic year 2020-2021 along with the other details as required:

 

Sl.

No. Title of the Project Name of the Student Class Roll No

1. Ancient universities in India N. Sandeep B.A I HEP 107020129035

Anup Ranjan khan B.A I HPP 107020156001

K. Harish Kumar B.A I HPP 107020156017

P. Jyothi B.A I HEP 107020129067

M. Sai Hemant Kumar B.A.I HEP 107020129056

2. Structure of Charminar K. Vishnu B.A II HPP 107019156074

J. Shiva B.A II HEP 107019129054

K. Naveen kumar B.A II HEP 107019129068

P. Pruthvi Raj B.A II HPP 107019156112

 

      3. Forts in Telangana B. Naveena B.A. III HEP 107018129008

M. Divya sri B.A. III HEP 107018129033

M. Anusha B.A. III HEP 107018129030

K. Arun Naik B.A. III HEPA 107018366011

 

Students study project as a part of Jignasa “Temple of Hyderabad – A historical review” is selected for final presentation at the State level

Record of Field Trip 2017-18

Name of the Department History

Date of Field Trip/ Industrial Visit 15-10-2017

Class B.A

No. of Students visited 30

Names of the Faculty Dr.Shivaji Ganesh, E..Pavani

Name of place visited Golconda and Salarjung Museum

 

Brief Profile of the place visited  

Golconda fort, is a famour for its unique architecture like Bala Hissar Gate.   Salarjung Museum is famous  for the unique  and rare collections.

Objective of the Trip/Visit

To educate the students about the history of Qutub Shahis-rulers of Golconda and their contribution to Arts & Architecture To educate about the significance of Salarjung Museum.

 

Outcome of the Trip/Visit Students learnt about Golconda fort, its unique architecture like Bala Hissar Gate .They also learnt about the founder of Salarjung Museum, the uniqueness of the exhibits in the Museum.

 

Record of Field Trip

2018-19

Name of the Department History

Date of Field Trip 1-12-2018

 

Class B.A

No. of Students visited 25

Names of the Faculty Dr.Muni Swamy, C.Shanti , Geetha sree ,V.V. Mallika, Ajay ,I.Pothana.

 

Name of place visited Chowmohallah Palace.

Brief Profile of the Industry/Organization Chowmohallah Palace was built by the Nizams of hyderabad .it is known for its unique style of  artichitecture and rare exhibits vintage vehicles. The palace  resembles palace in Tehran in Iran .

Objective of the Trip/Visit To educate the students about the history of Asifjahis the rulers of Hyderabad State, and their contribution to architecture.

 

Outcome of the Trip/Visit Students learnt about the unique features of Architecture, functions of Chowmohallah Palace.

 

Record of Field Trip

2018-19

Name of the Department History

Date of Field Trip 6-2-2018

Class B.A I ,II, III

No. of Students visited 60

Names of the Faculty Dr.Muni Swamy, C.Shanti , Geetha sree ,V.V. Mallika, Ajay ,I.Pothana.

 

Name of place visited Visit to History Exhibition “Untold Telangana” at Ravindra Bharathi

 

Brief Profile of the place visited This exhibition is a pictoral journey into the various unknown facets of Telangana. Mr. Aravind travelled extensively  for the past 5 years to collect photographs. According to  Mr.Arvind Telangana is a focal point right from the pre-historic times to the contemporary age of the present day.

Objective of the Trip/Visit To learn about temples which are not known to the general public. The staff and students of History visited exhibition. “Untold Telangana Tales of the forgotten Past” on 6-2-2019. The exhibition was organised by a youth research scholar Aravinda Arya Pakide at Ravindra Bharati. The staff and students interacted with the research scholar.

 

Outcome of the Trip/Visit The students learnt about many unknown temples located in remote areas and are familiar.

 

Record of Field Trip

2020-21

 

Name of the Department History

Date of Field Trip  1st March 2021

Class  B.A I II III

No. of Students visited 50

Names of the Faculty Social Sciences and History

Name of place visited Virtual Tour to Nizam’s  Museum and Salarjung Museum 1st March 2021

 

Brief Profile of the place visited Nizam’s Museum is a museum located in Hyderabad at Purani- Haveli,  a palace of the erstwhile Nizam .A Trust was  formed by  III  Nizam and set up this museum.

 

Objective of the Trip/Visit  To Highlight glory of Nizams of Hyderabad state.

Outcome of the Trip/Visit Students learnt about the origin and importance of Nizams Museum and the exhibits in museum

Record of Extension Lectures 2020-21

Department Of History

Date  :19-3-2019

Name of the Resource Person  Dr. Anjaiah – Dpartment of History OU,

Designation Associate Prof. in History,

Address

Name of the activity Telangana History its uniqueness”

Target Group B.A students.

Abstract The faculty of Social Sciences  organized guest lecture by Dr. Anjaiah. The faculty and students of Social Sciences  participated in the programe. The resource person spoke on

The History of Telangana and its uniqueiness. He also spoke on the significance of Telangana from the Ancient period to the modern period.

Name of the Department Department of History

Name of the Organizers   Dr.Muni Swamy, C.Shanti , Geetha sree ,V.V. Mallika, Ajay ,I.Pothana.

 

Signature of the Principal  

 

 

Department of History

Record of Workshops/ Training /  Extension lecture /Awareness Programmes Organized

2020-21

Title of the  Activity World Tourism Day

Name of the Department/Committee/ Cell which organized the Activity

  History

 

Date on which the Activity was organized

  25-09-2021

Class/Group of Students who attended

  B.A

No. of Students participated 40

Names of the Faculty involved H.Geeta

Dr.Govind Vittal Rao Deshmukh

 

Name and Designation of  the Resource Person Dr.P.Indira Suryavamshi, Assistant Professor of History,  Osmania University .BOS Chairperson

Objectives To explain the students about importance of tourism and tourist destination in Telangana

Outcomes After the completion of the class the students are able to understand importance of tourism and tourist destination in Telangana

 

RECORD OF EXTENSION/GUEST LECTURES

2020-21

Date: 5-4-2021

 

                                      

Name of the Resource Person  Dr. Ghanshyam

Designation AGO.CCE

Address CCE,Nampally Telangana

Topic Babu Jagjivan Rams contribution towards Social Justice

Target Group B.A  students.

Abstract The resource person enlightened the students about Babu Jagjivan Ram’s life and how he worked towards the upliftment of the downtrodden..Also students were explained about need for amelioration of all the sections of the society and bringing social change. Students were taught Babu Jagjivan Ram’s Contribution to Green revolution and his role in tiding over food crisis.

Name of the Department Faculty of Social Science

Department of History

 

Name of the Organizers  

   Dr.Govind Vittal Rao Deshmukh

Signature of the Organizer

Signature of the Principal

 

 

 

Record of Extension Lectures 2020-21

Department Of History                                                     

                                                                                                                                  Date  11-11-2021

Name of the Resource Person  Dr. Indira

Designation Principal

Address AMS College of Education OU campus, Hyderabad, Telangana

Name of the activity  Celebration of National Education Day

Target Group B.A students.

Abstract The faculty of Social Sciences (Department of Public Administration) organized guest lecture on the occasion of National Education Day. The faculty and students of Department of History participated in the programe. The resource person spoke on

●        Teaching methods

●        New Education policy

●        Student centric pedagogy

●        Multi disciplinary approach

●        Research skill

Name of the Department Department of History

Name of the Organizers          H. Geeta

Dr.Govind Vittal Rao Deshmukh

Signature of the Organizer  

 

 

Signature of the Principal

 

Record of Extension Lectures 2020-21

  Department Of History                                        

                                                                                                                               Date :10-12-2021

              

Name of the Resource Person  Dr. P. Venkata Ramana

Designation Principal

Address Government Degree College Chanchalguda, Telangana

Topic Significance of Human Rights

Target Group B.A students.

Abstract The faculty of Social Sciences (Department of Political Science) organized guest lecture on the occasion of Human Rights Day. The faculty and students of Department of History participated in the programe. The resource person spoke on

●        Significance of Human Rights

●        Types of Human Rights

 

Name of the Department Department of History

Name of the Organizers Faculty of Social Sciences (Department of Political Science)

H. Geeta

Dr.Govind Vittal Rao Deshmukh

Signature of the Organizer

Signature of the Principal

 

 

Achievements

STUDENTS PROGRESSION from 2019 onwards

 

Students progression in Higher Studies

s.no Name of the student Name of the course Name of the University

1 Upender Rapaka  MA History University of Haryana in 2019

2 Shaik Mohin  MA History Central University of Hyderabad in 2020

3 Shrikanth  MA History  Osmania University in 2020.

 

STUDENTS PROGRESSION 2020-21

CPGET-PG ENTRANCE RANKS 2021-22

 Students Achievements

Mr.P. Nitish kumar B.A IIIyr student gave a lesson on Tsat on Satavahana Yugam on 1-11-2020

Placement

Shaik Shoayib, HPP Student of academic year 2020-21 got placement in ICICI Bank on roll job, as International Processor.

Record of Extension Activities Undertaken 2020-21

Department History

Date 27.02.2021

Nature of the Activity

 

  VISIT TO RAINBOW HOMES

The students and Staff  visited Rainbow Homes ,an  Orphanage for girls near Mushherabad in Hyderabad. They interacted with the residents of the orphanage and motivate the students to excel in their studies. We frequently visit the orphanage  and find out the needs of the  students.  Distributed Books, Pens , Stationery and other material  .

Class/ Group/ Faculty involved  Faculty and students of History

Name of Organization/ Institution  in which the Activity was undertaken Anadha Vidyarthi griha

Objective of the Activity ·        To promote social responsibility among the students

·        Make them aware of  different socio-economic problems confronted by the people in the society

·        Help the destitutes and needy by visiting Orphanages

Outcome of the Activity It inculcated values of nation building  among the students and contributed to humanistic and social capital development

2.Students were acquainted with the societal problems

3.It fostered global  competencies   like acquiring social sensitivity  ,  team work among the students.

4.It promoted community engagement

5.It enriched the life skills of the students

 

 

Students progression in Higher Studies

s.no Name of the student Name of the course Rank secured Name of the University

1 P. Divya sri MA History 400 Kakatiya University

2 Madasu Mahesh MA History – Telangana University

3 Mekala Anusha EDCET 25419

4 V.venkata chandu Ts I -cet 1698

5 V.Radha krishna Ts I -cet 2063

 

Research and publication

 

Sl.No NAME / Date Title of the paper

1 I.       Pothanna

31-01-2020 to 2-02-2020 Socio Economic  political and Cultural condition in  Nizam’s Hydereabad  State.

2 T. Ajay

8-02-2019 to 10-02-2019 Impact of Dargahs on Telangana Culture -Special focus on Warangal

Workshop and seminars

 

Name of the Activity National Seminar on “Budgeting System in Federal Government-2020-2021

Name of the Department/ Committee/ Cell which organized the Activity Faculty of Social Science

Date on which the Activity was organized 12-march-2020

Name of the faculty involved Faculty of Social Science

No. of Students participated 100

Workshop and seminars

2019-20

 

Name of the Activity National level Webinar on Pandemic and Global Economy

Name of the Department/ Committee/ Cell which organized the Activity Faculty of Social Science

Date on which the Activity was organized 13-may-2020

Name of the faculty involved Faculty of Social Science ,I .Pothanna,T.Ajay

No. of Students participated 50

Objectives:

  1.       To analyze the impact of Pandemic on Indian Economy.

2.       To compare the measures taken by different countries to strengthen the economy.

 

Context: As the world is suffering on economic front due to Pandemic, there was a need to compare the measures taken by different countries to revive the economies. In this context this seminar was organized.

 

Outcome: All the participants gained knowledge on measures to be taken by the Governments to strengthen the economy.

 

Workshop and seminars

  2019-20

 

Name of the Activity The National Webinar on ‘Role of Public Institutions in Combating Covid 19 Pandemic – A Social Justice Perspective’

Name of the Department/ Committee/ Cell which organized the Activity  Social Sciences

Date on which the Activity was organized 29.06.2020

Name of the faculty involved faculty of Social Sciences

,I .Pothanna,T.Ajay ( departemnt of History )

 

No. of Students participated 30

Objectives:

   Objectives:

·         To discuss the role Of Public Institutions in combating Pandemic

·         To analyse the measures being taken by the Government to minimize the sufferings of the          poor and usher in social justice

·         To suggest ameliorative measures to achieve social justice

·         To discuss the measures to be taken to revitalize and rejuvenate Public Institutions

 

 

Context: Mankind has witnessed several Pandemics and some among them even doomed empires. The one that is haunting us named Covid 19 on an unprecedented scale in modern times is traumatizing us all. In this frightening scenario, Public institutions took up the herculean task of mitigating the sufferings of people. All the initiatives taken to contain the highly contagious disease are routed through Public institutions. It is in this context that the conference is held to discuss the need to revitalise and rejuvenate the Public institutions and their role in bringing social justice.

·

 

Outcome: All the participants got knowledge on measures to be taken to rejunevate and revitalize Public institutions.The deliberations brought out the policy inputs for bringing social justice perspective

 

Workshop and seminars

2019-20

 

Name of the Activity National Level Workshop on Basic Statistics

 

Name of the Department/ Committee/ Cell which organized the Activity Department of Economics and  Faculty of Social Sciences

Date on which the Activity was organized 12 – 15 July 2020

 

Name of the faculty involved Faculty of Social Sciences

,I .Pothanna,T.Ajay ( departemnt of History )

 

No. of Students participated 25

Objectives:

  1.      To enhance the knowledge of statistics among the faculty members.

 

Context: As per the revised curriculum of Osmania University, Statistics Paper was made mandatory for the UG students. In this context workshop on statistics was organized for the faculty.

 

Outcome: All the faculty members gained good understanding of Statistics and its Applications. It enhanced the professional skills of faculty members in our college

Workshop and seminars

2019-20

Name of the Activity International Level Webinar on “India’s Ascent to Become Global Player (Atma Nirbhar

Bharat) : Opportunities for Growth & Transformation)” Faculty of Social Sciences on 3.8.2020.

 

 

Name of the Department/ Committee/ Cell which organized the Activity Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Date on which the Activity was organized 3.8.2020.

Name of the faculty involved Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

No. of Students participated 25

Objectives:

   

1.      To analyze the opportunities for growth and transformation of Indian economy.

2.      To discuss how make in India programme achieve the goal of Atma Nirbhar Bharat.

 

Context: : In the context of making the Indian Economy self reliant through Make in India, this context was organized.

 

Outcome: Participants understood the potential of Indian economy and its role as a global player

 

 

 

Workshop and seminars

2020-21

Name of the Activity NATIONAL WEBINAR ON HUMAN RIGHTS organized by Faculty of Social Sciences on 10.12.2020

 

Name of the Department/ Committee/ Cell which organized the Activity Faculty of Social Sciences

Date on which the Activity was organized 10.12.2020

Name of the faculty involved Faculty of Social Sciences

No. of Students participated 25

Objectives:

   The main objectivesof the programme were

Ø  To bring awareness among the students about the different Civil, Political and Socio-cultural rights.

Ø  To enlighten the students on Human Rights provisions incorporated in Indian Constitution and legal statutes

.

 

Context: Human rights have assumed special role in our changing world. It has been recognized that these rights give humanity its very value and therefore they must be guaranteed by all the states. Human rights are the source of hope for millions of common people whose basic rights have been denied. United Nations General Assembly adopted Universal Declaration of Human Rights on December 10, 1948.

 

Outcome: The National Webinar widened the intellectual horizons of students and it enhancement their knowledge on different dimensions of human rights.

 

 

Workshop and seminars

 

Name of the Activity NATIONAL WEBINAR ON HUMAN RIGHTS

Name of the Department/ Committee/ Cell which organized the Activity Faculty of Social Sciences

Date on which the Activity was organized 10th December,2020

Name of the faculty involved Dr. Govind Vittal Rao Deshmukh

No. of Students participated 125

Context of   the Webinar  

Human rights have assumed special role in our changing world. It has been recognized that these rights give humanity its very value and therefore they must be guaranteed by all the states. Human rights are the source of hope for millions of common people whose basic rights have been denied. United Nations General Assembly adopted Universal Declaration of Human Rights on December 10, 1948.

It is in this context National Webinar   on Human Rights was organized.

 

Objective of the  Programme  The main objectives of the programme were

To bring awareness among the students about the different Civil, Political and Socio-cultural rights. To enlighten the students on Human Rights provisions incorporated in Indian Constitution and legal statutes.

Report  of the Programme  

The programme started with inaugural address by Principal Dr. P. BalaBhaskar and sir explained the importance of Human Rights in the present day world.

First session was addressed by Dr. I. Sandeep, Assistant Professor of Public Administration. Dr. Sandeep gave a historical account of evolution of concept of human rights. He gave deep insights into the concept of human rights and explained that  all human rights are inherent to all human beings and they are universal and inalienable.

Resource person for the second session was Dr. B. Jagannatham, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Central University of Gujarat. Sir has enlightened the students on dynamics and changing context of human rights. The opined that laws on human rights have to be formulated by resorting to democratic and inclusive methods.

Resource Person for the third session was Dr. Pallavi Kabde , Assistant Professor of Public Administration  from Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University. Madam   discussed on Gender perspective to human rights. She expressed that if the women are empowered, the whole family and nation will progress. She has thrown a light on  present scenario of position of women  and the issues like domestic violence, sexual harassment, gender based discrimination.

The programme  concluded with concluding remarks by Dr. D. Muniswamy, Assistant Professor  of Economics, C. Shanthi, Assistant Professor of Political  Science, T. Geetha Sree, Assistant Professor of Political Science  and V.V. Mallika, Assistant Professor of Public Administration

Outcome of the Programme  

The National Webinar widened the intellectual horizons of students and it enhancement their knowledge on different dimensions of human rights.

 

Department of History

Record of Workshops/ Training/  Extension lecture /Awareness Programmes Organized

2020-21

Title of the  Activity World Tourism Day

Name of the Department/Committee/ Cell which organized the Activity

  History

 

Date on which the Activity was organized

  25-09-2021

Class/Group of Students who attended

  B.A

No. of Students participated 40

Names of the Faculty involved H.Geeta

Dr.Govind Vittal Rao Deshmukh

 

Name and Designation of  the Resource Person Dr.P.Indira Suryavamshi, Assistant Professor of History,  Osmania University .BOS Chairperson

Objectives To explain to  the students about the importance of tourism and tourist destination in Telangana

Outcomes After the completion of the class the students were able to understand importance of tourism and tourist destination in Telangana

2019-20: III BA (VI Semester) Subject wise Result

Group No. of Appeared Students No. of Passed Students No. Students Failed Pass Percentage

Economics-7 54 52 2 96.3%

Ecdonomics-8 53 52 1 98.11%

Political Science-7 69 65 4 94.20%

Political Science-8 69 66 3 96%

History-7 47 45 2 96%

History-8 47 43 4 91.5%

Public Administration-7 31 30 1 97%

Public Administration-8 30 30 0 100%

BA V-Semester

Result Analysis 2020-21

 Department of History: Semester – V

Paper V Paper VI

Group Appeared Passed Percentage Appeared Passed Percentage

HEP 40 39 97.5% 40 39 97.5%

HPP 15 15 100% 15 15 100%

HEPa 18 16 88.8% 18 18 100%

Hpca 5 5 100% 5 5 100%

HECa 5 4 80% 5 5 100%

Total 83 79 95.1% 83 82 98.7%

 

BA VI-Semester

Result Analysis 2020-21

 Department of History: VI Semester

Paper VII Paper VIII

Group Appeared Passed Percentage Appeared Passed Percentage

HEP 40 37 92.5% 40 40 100%

HPP 15 14 100% 15 15 100%

HEPa 17 17 100% 18 18 100%

Hpca 5 5 100% 5 5 100%

HECa 5 5 100% 5 5 100%

Total 82 78 95.1% 83 83 100%

 

National Seminar on Intellectual Property Rights

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  On 10th February 2023, the faculties of social sciences in association with the department of Commerce have successfully organized One Day National Seminar on Intellectual Property Rights under the…

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National Seminar on Intellectual Property Rights – Brochure Inauguration

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  On 11th January 2023, Our principal madam and our Members of Staff have released the Brochure of the One Day National Seminar on "Intellectual Property Rights Issues and Challenges"…

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Field Trip by Faculties of Social Sciences

February 3, 2023

On 14th December 2022, Students belonging to the faculty of social sciences under the supervision of Dr. V. V. Mallika, Assistant Professor of Public Administration pursued a field study to…

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December 5, 2022

  On 05th December 2022, The faculty of Social Sciences of Babu Jagjivan Ram Government Degree College organized Mock Parliament today in the seminar hall. The students of Social Sciences…

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ICSSR-SRC Sponsored National workshop on Report Writing on Research and Project in Commerce and Social Sciences

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The departments of Botany, Computer Science, Physics and History presentations at State Level Jignasa Competitions

May 5, 2022

  The departments of Botany, Computer Science, Physics and History are selected for the State Level Jignasa Student Study Project competitions, and in this regard, Student teams and project supervisors…

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Dr B R Ambedkar Birthday Celebrations

April 18, 2022

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Mahatma Jyotirao Phule Jayanthi observed at BJR GDC

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Babu Jagjivan Ram Birthday Celebrations 2022

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Record of Innovative Practices 2020-21

History

 

Department History

Title  PRERANA e-magazine

Objectives

 

 

To enhance the critical and creative thinking among the students To  improve the articulation and writing skills of the students To keep the students abreast of latest current events To instill research aptitude among the students To facilitate the students in their preparation for competitive exams and PG entrance

Context 

  As most of the students hail from rural areas, their articulative and writing skills are not at the desired level. Also many of the students are preparing for competitive exams and write PG entrance to various national level reputed universities. In this context to improve the writing skills, analytical and make them aware of latest current affairs  in national and international affairs and to promote multi disciplinary approach among the students PRERANA magazine was started.

Practice

 

  It is a monthly e-magazine published and managed by Faculty Of Social Sciences.All the faculty members of the college  and students  contribute  content related to their respective subjects, current events and relate them to topics in their disciplines.Also publish the material every month for competitive exams purpose.Students are encouraged to develop the content related to current national and international importance.

Outcome

  The students are inspired to write articles. This improved their writing and research skills. Instead of buying the magazine, now the students are motivated to read the e-magazine.

Record of Best Practices

Department History

Title of the Practice  Documentation of  Local History

 

Goal 1  To educate the students on local customs, Tradition, Village Deities

2 To make the students study local Arts handicrafts and tourists destinations.

3  To enable students to  understand local history and History of local leaders.

4  The study  helps in capacity building of the students and enrich local /Regional    history.

 

The Context Local History is the study of History in geographically local context. In the Context  Of growing Tourism the knowledge of local history helps in developing tourism.

To highlight local culture  and its unique past glory .

 

Practice  The  faculty  of History explains  the students  about the importance of Local History in the present day   society. An account of evolution of Local history and Various  important features of local history will be explained to the students.Then the students were asked to read the publications on Local History.

Evidence of Success This practice widened the horizons of students on  Local History. They got good Success ,   idea on how best practices  helps in understanding the Society, local Customs , temples and fares.

A  case study was undertaken by the student to study the project on  temples in Hyderabad   as part of Jignasa Project, which is selected for final presentation at state level.

 

Problem Encountered Lack of funds

Resources Required Books and Funding

 

Future  Plans

To introduce cerfiticate course in Air ticketing for 2021-22 To introduce cerfiticate course in Mueseology . To introduce PG course ,M.A History

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