1. Scope and importance of the departments:

Education is reckoned as the core subject to all the teaching subjects. It deals with the study of teaching-learning process which is the central of every subject .It focus on the learner along with the teacher. It provides the methodology to all subjects about teaching-learning for the effective and efficient outcome. In our college, the education as a subject is taught at general level at all the three years to the undergraduates.  This provides an opportunity for the students to get acquainted with the concept, nature, scope and importance of education, its philosophical, sociological and psychological foundations, new trends in education.


  1. Introduction of department:

The positive link between education and development has been accepted and established. Hence, there is a need to understand various facets of education. To fulfill this need the college has established the department of education in the year 1960. Since then, education is taught at general level from the first year to the third year of the undergraduate level.

Strength of the students offering education is continuously increasing. The percentage of students successfully passing at the university examination is always above 95% i.e. well above University results. The departmental recently organized one University level Seminar on “ New Trends in Higher Education’ in March 2012.


  1. Year of Establishment: 1960



  1. Detail of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M. Phil., Ph.D., Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., Short term courses, Career oriented courses, etc. (Current academic year)
Sr. No Programme level Name of the programme/ Course Duration Entry qualification Medium of Instruction Sanctioned/ Approved student strength No. of Student admitted
1 UG BA 3 Years 12th Pass Marathi 120 127


  1. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system/elective course pattern (programme wise)


Programme Pattern Year of Implementation
 BA 20:80 2013


  1. Number of Teaching and Non-teaching positions in the department


Designation Sanctioned Filled
Professors —— ——
Associate  Professors ——- ——-
Asst. Professors 01 01


  1. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)






Name of faculty



Year of appointment





Number of years of teaching experience (Year and months)

1 Shri. S. D. Patil M.A., M.Ed., NET, SET


2009 Assistant Professor Teacher Education 5
2 Dr. B. S. Awaghade M.A., M.Ed., M.Phil., Ph.D., SET 1994 Assistant Professor Teacher Education 22
3 Shri. A. S. Gagare M.A., M.Ed., NET, SET


2010 Assistant Professor Education Technology 4
4 Shri. A. S. Mahure M.A., M.Ed., SET


2009 Assistant Professor Teacher education 8 9
  1. List of senior visiting faculty




  1. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled


Post Sanctioned Filled


  1. Ongoing /completed research projects by faculty funded by governmental and non-governmental agencies (Last five years)


Sr. No Name of the principal investigator Duration of the project Name of the research project Amount fund received Name of funding agency Year of sanction Dept. of recipient
1 Nil



  1. Research papers published in journals notified on UGC website (Last five years)
Sr. No. Name of Journal Title of Research Paper ISSN/ ISBN No. Whether peer reviewed. Impact Factor, if any
1 Scholarly Research Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies Anusuchit Jamatichya Vidyarthyasathi Shikshanvishyak Tartudi ISSN:2319-4766 Impact Factor-6.11
2 Indian Streams Research Journals Adhyayan Adhyapanat Sangnakachi Bhumika ISSN :- 2230-7850 Impact Factor-1.7604

Research Front




Adhyapanasathichya Sanganak Prashikshan Upkramachya Parinamkarktecha Abhyas ISSN: 2330-8341 peer reviewed
4 Research Front Balkanchya hakkasathiche Palak Shikshan ISSN: 2330-8341 peer reviewed
5 Research Front Shaley Vidyarthyasathi Satyshodh Pariksha : Ek Navopkram ISSN: 2330-8341 peer reviewed
6 Golden Research Thoughts Shaley Aantarvasitechya Upkramchya Yshswitesathi Whatsup Cha Upyog Ek Upkram ISSN: 2231-5063 Impact Factor-4.6052
7 Aayushi International Interdisciplinary Research Journal शालेय आंतरवासितेचा तुलनात्मक अभ्यास ISSN:2349-638X Impact Factor-3.025


  1. Research papers published in National/International Conference-proceedings
Sr. No. Name of the Conference Seminar Title of Research Paper ISSN/ ISBN Place & Date
1 Innovation In Teaching-Learning & Evaluation Dekhita Akshrancha Melava ISBN-978-93-8154-094 College of education, Barshi.,24,25th Sept.2011
2 Innovative Practices in Teacher Education Programme Shikshk Prashikshanachi Aawshykta  



Smt. P.S. College of Education, Sangli15,16th Oct.2011

3 Advanced Techniques of Teaching & Learning in Higher Education Need of Virtual Classroom In Higher Education  



6th Jan.,2012

4 Quality Teacher Education in Modern Era Chatradhyapkanchya Samajik swasthya sanwardhanatil Shikshk Prashikshkanchi Bhumika ISBN: 978-93-83993-84-0 Kamalapur 8,9th Feb., 2014
5 New Age-e-learning for Indian Higher education E-Learning Kalachi Garaj ISBN:978-81-932117-0-0 R.B.N.B. College, Shrirampur 14th Oct.2015


  1. Number of books and chapter in edited volumes/Books published
Title of the book/chapter published National/ International Year of publication ISBN/ISSN No. Name of the publisher


  1. Name of research guides


Sr. No. Name of research guide Ph. D/ M. Phil
1 Nil Nil
  1. Number of Ph. D/ M. Phil awarded by faculty


Name of

Ph. D/M. Phil scholar

Name of the Guide/s Title of the  thesis Year of registration of scholar Year of awards of Ph. D/ M. Phil.


  1. Faculty as chairman/members in National committees/International Committees/ Editorial

Boards/BOS/University committees etc.


Sr. No. Name of faculty Name of the body in which full time teacher participated


Member of editorial board Reviewer


  1. Student undertaking field projects/ internships



  1. a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter

departmental / Programme


Program name Program code Year No. student undertaking field projects/Internships


  1. b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/society other agencies


Program name Program code Year No. student undertaking field projects/Internships


  1. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty


Year of awards Name of full time teachers receiving awards from state level, National level, International level PAN Designation Name of the award, fellowship, received from government or recognized bodies
  1. Numbers of awards / Medals for outstanding performance in sports/cultural activities in National/ International/ State level etc. received by students


Year Name of the award/Medal National/International/State etc. Sports/Cultural Aadhar/Student ID No. Name of the Student
  1. Students Qualifying in State/National/International level examination (NET, SET, GATE, GMAT, GRE, TOEFL/UPSC/MPSC/State government examination, etc.)
Year Registration No./Roll for the examination Number of students selected


    SET NET GATE GMAT CAT RGE TOFEL Civil services State Govt. Examinations/Others


  1. Student progression to higher studies. UG to PG, PG to M. Phil., PG to Ph. D, M. Phil to Ph. D, Ph. D to post Doctoral, etc. (Last Batch, 2016-17)


  1. UG to PG
Sr. No. Program Graduated From Department Graduated from Student Name Name of the Institute Joined Name of the Program admitted


  1. PG to M. Phil
Sr. No. Program Graduated From Department Graduated from Student Name Name of the Institute Joined Name of the Program admitted
  1. PG to Ph. D or M. Phil to Ph. D.


Sr. No. Program Graduated From Department Graduated from Student Name Name of the Institute Joined Name of the Program admitted
  1. Placement of outgoing students (Last five years, 2012-2017)


Year Contact detail Number of students placed Name of the  employer with contact details Package received Program graduated from
  1. List of alumni/contribution
Sr. No. Name of Alumni Year of Graduation/Post Graduation Position held Contact detail

(Email, Mobile No.)

Quantum of Contribution


  1. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department
  2. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding


Sr. No. Level




Name of the workshop/Seminar Funding agency Amount sanctioned Durations


Number of participants
1 State level New Age e-learning for Indian Higher Education  UGC 55000 9th March 2 56


  1. Student profile programme/course wise:






Name of the


(refer question no.


Applications received Enrolled Total number of Students
*M *F
2012-13 B.A. 205 115 90 205
2013-14 B.A. 257 145 112 257
2014-15 B.A. 218 121 97 218
2015-16 B.A. 155 83 72 155
2016-17 B.A. 163 93 70 163
2017-18 B.A. 172 90 82 172


*M = Male   *F = Female

  1. Diversity of Students


% of % of students % of
Name of the students from other students
Course from the States From
same state abroad


  1. Departmental result








Number of students appeared in the final year examination Number of students passed in final year examination
2012-13 BA. General Education-III 46 46
2013-14 BA. General Education-III 54 54
2014-15 BA. General Education-III 49 48
2015-16 BA. General Education-III 42 42
2016-17 BA. General Education-III 26 24


  1. Number of linkages for faculty exchange/student exchange/training/internship/field trips/job on training/research etc.


Sr. No. Title of the linkage Name of the partnering institution/ industry /research lab with contact details Year of commencement Duration (From-To) Nature of linkage
  1. Number of functional MoU’s with corporate houses/ industries/other institutes/Universities, etc.


Organisation with which MoU is signed Name of the institution/ industry/ corporate house Year of signing MoU Duration List the  actual  activities under each MoU year wise Number of students/teachers participated under MoUs


  1. Details of Infrastructural facilities


  1. a) Library


Sr. No. Name of Books Publisher Number of copies


  1. b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students- 2 mbps net facilities is available


  1. c) Class rooms with ICT facility


  1. d) Laboratories


Sr. No. Facility Detail Area


  1. e) List of Equipments/Instruments


  1. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or other agencies-



  1. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with external experts


Sr. No. Enrichment programmes Experts


  1. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning-
    • PowerPoint presentation


  • Some lessons are taught outside of the classroom (Vachan Katta)


  • Use of Video Clips
  • Project Work
  • Video Conferencing Lecture
  • Organized Workshop
  • Online NPTEL courses
  • Online NPTEL/UGC-SWAYAM lectures
  • Students seminars
  • Field projects/Survey
  • Review of research papers (Avishkar)
  • Use of Adobe Acrobat reader


  1. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities


  1. a) IQAC Member
  2. b) Campus Supervision Committee Member
  3. c) Chairman of Competitive Exam Center


  1. SWOC analysis of the department


  1. Future plans: