Arts Department

Sr.No. Name of the alumni Achievements Year of Passing
1 Dr. Ramesh Gavit Assistant Professor, Mumbai University, Mumbai 2003
2 Mr. Kiran Hugade Assistant Professor, MVP’s Arts, Sci. & Comm. College, Saikheda 2011
3 Mr. Lalit Kalaskar Assistant Professor, MVP’s Arts, Sci. & Comm. College, Saikheda 2012
4 Dr. Archana Patil Assistant Professor, Gokhale Education Society, Nashik 2012
5 Mr. Macchindra Mule Assistant Professor, National College, Nashik 2014
6 Mr. Rajendra Khurche Assistant Professor, Maratha Vidyaprasarak Samaj, Nashik 2012
7 Mr. Khandavi Jagdish Assistant Profressor, Sau. S.R.K Senior college of commerce, and late M.B.B.I College of Arts, Vadkun Dahanu road, Tal. Dahanu 2013
8 Mr. Dhatrak swapnil Pramod Assistant Professor, L.V.H Arts,Science and commerce,College,Panchavati,Nashik 2013
9 Mr/ Bhagwan Kumbhar Assistant Professor, New arts,sci.,com. college,Ahmadnagar 2015
10 Mr. Ramesh Kawar Junior teacher KSKW Arts,science,commerce junior college, Cidco, Nashk 2013
11 Mr. Hemant Bhusare Teacher at Nashik Education Society, Pethe High school Nashik 2013
12 Mr. Umesh Pagar Industrialist, Lakhmapur, Tal. Dindori, Nashik 2013
13 Dr. Rakesh V. Patil Head & Assistant Professor, MGV’s L.V.H. Arts, Sci. & Comm. College, Nashik 1999

Contribution of alumni

  • Mr. Bhagwan Kumbhar, Assistant Professor, New Arts, Science, Commerce college, Ahmednagar donated Rs. 4000/- for Alumni Association.
  • Mr. Rakesh Vasantrao Patil, Head and Assistant Professor, L.V.H. Arts, Sci. & Comm. College, Nashik donated Rs. 5000/- for Alumni Association.
  • Mr. Sachin Shewale, Assistant Teacher, High school, Umrane donated Rs. 2000/- for Alumni Association.
  • Dr. Ramesh Gavit, Assistant Professor, Mumbai University guided the students during State Level Conference organized by the department.
Name of the activity Organising unit/ agency/ collaborating agency Year of the activity Number of students participated in such activities
“Geography General Knowledge Competitive Exam” Dept. of Geography 2014-15 142
“Geography General Knowledge Competitive Exam” Dept. of Geography 2015-16 207
Poster Exhibition Dept. of Geography 2016-17 32
Poster Exhibition on the Theme of Tourist Centres Dept. of Geography 2017-18 34
“Geography General Knowledge Competitive Exam” Dept. of Geography 2018-19 168
“Geography General Knowledge Competitive Exam” Dept. of Geography 2019-20 191
Online “Geography General Knowledge Competitive Exam” Dept. of Geography 2020-21 666
Online “Geography General Knowledge Competitive Exam” Dept. of Geography 2021-22 690

Extension activities

Name of the activity Organising unit/ agency/ collaborating agency Name of the scheme Year of the activity Number of students participated in such activities
State Level Webinar Department of Geography, LVH College, Panchavati World Population Day 11 July 2021 77
NET/SET Workshop Department of Geography, LVH College, Panchavati NET/SET Workshop 20-31 Aug. 2021 53
Online Quiz Depart. of Geography, LVH College, Panchavati International Ozone Day 16 Sept 2021 319
State Level Workshop Maharashtra College of Fire and Safety Management Nashik & Department of Geography, LVH College, Panchavati Workshop on Disaster Management 22 Sept. 2021 71
State Level Webinar Department of Geography, LVH College, Panchavati World Tourism Day 28 Sept. 2021 69
Geography G K Competitive Exam Department of Geography, LVH College, Panchavati Geography Day 14 Jan. 2022 690
A Guest Lecture on the topic “Problems infront of the World:- Changing Climate” organized under Loknete Vyankatrao Hiray Vyakhyanmala Department of Geography, Marathi and Publication Dept. Loknete Vyankatrao Hiray Vyakhyanmala 31March, 2022 46

Linkages & Collaborations/ MOU’s

Sl. No. Title of the collaborative activity Name of the collaborating agency with contact details Name of the participant Year of collaboration Duration Nature of the activity Link to the relevant document
1 Outreach Programme, ISRO Indian Institute of Remote Sensing Harish Kaarnatak, Head, GIT & DL Department RSGG, IIRS/ISRO, Dehradun 2019 Different duration courses are offered throughout the year Online Programmes https://drive.google.com/file/d/1op2P8_fwsmTd5AazBTrAydk9Gq2K5fA7/view?usp=sharing
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
Maharashtra College of Fire and Safety Management, Nashik Maharashtra College of Fire and Safety Management, Nashik 2020 Link of Document: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KNJX75mQqs_xswAXP5mZyf_JaeV9gJbW/view?usp=sharing 5 Years 1 per year 71

E-contents (Provide a link of in a word file as separate attachments) Link:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BNi5udbYwWvb2YSBtfGE0hmrvyawn2QG/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=107305018240760423773&rtpof=true&sd=true

Highlights of the Department

  • New Ph.D. Research Centre is permitted for Geography under Faculty of Science & Technology by S.P.P.U., Pune in the year 2022.
  • Highly qualified staff.
  • Department organized state, national level conferences and workshops.
  • Department organized workshop on syllabus restructuring.
  • Department organized student centric workshop such as NET/SET Geography Guidance Workshop, Soft Skills Development Programme, Orientation Programme for PG Students.
  • Guest lectures are organized regularly.
  • Use of modern teaching aids such as Computers, Kyaan System, Projectors, etc.
  • Live videos are shown to clear the concept of students.
  • E-contents are developed and used in regular teaching.
  • Spacious and well equipped laboratory.
  • Staff members are engaged in research work and research guidance.
  • Nearly 20 percent students offer Geography as a special subject.
  • Consistent good academic result.
  • Special guidance to weaker students.
  • Long and short excursions tours undertaken every year.
  • Rich library :

    Central Library (Geography Books):Textbooks: 732 (Rs. 96,524. 00)

    Ref. Books: 885 (Rs.3,55,712. 00)

    No. of E - Journals - 566 (Rs. 13,570.00)

    No.of International Journals-07 (Rs. 13,382.00)

  • Departmental Library: -
    • Reference Books : 112
    • Journals : 68
    • Competitive Exam Magazines : 62

Programmes Run by the Department:

Name of the Programme POs PSOs
B.A. Geography Separate Sheet Attached
M.A. Geography
Diploma in Travel and Tourism

B.A. Programme Out Comes

Name of the Programme: B.A.
After completing the Bachelor of Arts degree, students are able to
PO Number Programme Outcome Skill
PO-1 Acquire knowledge with theoretical and practical knowledge related with the subject such as Language, Psychology, Geography, History, Economics, Political Science Disciplinary knowledge
PO-2 Identify the basic disciplinary knowledge of conventional disciplines and its applications, in the modern world to solve non familiar problems and apply learning to real life situations Problem Solving
PO-3 Enhance communication. Skills such as reading, listening, writing, speaking for expressing themselves effectively in real and virtual world with capability to use ICT Communication skills
PO-4 Analyse with critical thinking and using higher order cognitive abilities for solving problems, related with their social environments and implementing feasible solutions Ethical thinking
PO-5 Appreciate and understand the importance of Scientific solutions in social, political economic contexts and understand the need for sustainable development Scientific Reasoning
PO-6 Understand and apply the need of research, in the respective disciplines / subjects and developing awareness about research related aspects such as data collection and analysis inquire and question, plan and implement the results of research in the field or otherwise under the guidance of research supervisor Research related skills
PO-7 Acquire the importance of mental, moral, intellectual, social, aesthetic development of an individual for a healthy society and equity centred national development Moral and Ethical awareness
PO-8 Acquire and develop appropriate work ethics with personal and professional skills to work in collaboration with the team as well as independently Cooperation and Team work
PO-9 Acquire the ability to work independently, "learning how to learn" for participative in learning throughout the life aiming at personal development through knowledge and acquiring skills Lifelong Learning
PO-10 Acquire knowledge about diversified cultures and engage with multicultural diverse groups Multicultural Competence
PO-11 To function independently by identifying resources for managing a task till completion Self-devoted learning

B.A. Geography Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs):

Program Specific Outcomes
PSO After completing the Bachelor of Arts Geography, students are able to
PSO-1 Describe the position of geography among the earth sciences and its importance and interrelationship.
PSO-2 Identify in-depth knowledge in physical and human geography.
PSO-3 Differentiate knowledge on physical environment and its role in maintaining biodiversity along with human impact on different environments, environmental impact assessment.
PSO-4 Collection, Tabulation, Analysis and representation of Geographical data, interpret the results.
PSO-5 Generate knowledge on recent space technologies including interpretation of Satellite Imagery, Aerial Photographs, Geographical Information System and Global Positioning System (GPS).
PSO-6 Develop expertise in survey works by using plane table, prismatic compass, Dumpy’s Level and Theodolite and subsequently able to prepare map on local level for the planning purpose.

M.A. Geography Programme Outcomes (POs)

Name of the Programme: M.A
At the end of the programme, student will be able to
PO Number Programme Outcome Skill
PO-1 Acquire in depth knowledge in literature, Humanities and Social Sciences with appropriate theoretical and practical base Disciplinary Knowledge
PO-2 Acquire the ability to think critically making them sensitive and sensible enough to solve issues related with mankind Critical thinking
PO-3 Acquire knowledge about research methods, involving development of research framework, collecting data. Quantitative and qualitative analysis and presenting research findings rationally. Research related skills
PO-4 Augment effective communication skills for applying the same in their careers Communication Skills
PO-5 Facilitate ability for innovative thinking and bridging the gap between theory and practice Research Competence
PO-6 Contribute as a responsible citizen and able to work with dedication and involvement for the community Effective Citizenship
PO-7 Develop rational thinking to conduct professional analysis of social processes Environment and Sustainability
PO-8 Develop higher order cognitive skills and abilities for applying the knowledge of the subjects in the practical field. Environment and Sustainability
PO-9 Demonstrate Intercultural awareness, with Sociocultural sensitivity.
PO-10 Collaborate successfully with others individually and in teams Personal and professional Competence
PO-11 Demonstrate and channelize the interests in a better way to be a lifelong learner with independent thinking in the context of socio-technological changes . Self-directed and Lifelong learner

M.A. Geography Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

Name of the Programme: M.A./MSc Geography
Program Specific Outcomes
PSO After completing the Master of Arts/ Science Geography, students are able to
PSO-1 Knowledge of geographical terms, concepts and Theories.
PSO-2 Ability of explanation of correlation between geographical facts and processes.
PSO-3 Development of map preparation and map reading skills.
PSO-4 Understanding of Regional Geography of India.
PSO-5 Generate knowledge on recent space technologies including interpretation of Satellite Imagery, Aerial Photographs, Geographical Information System and Global Positioning System (GPS).
PSO-6 Apply geographical knowledge to conduct research and carry out research projects useful for society.

B.A. Geography Course Outcomes:

Under Graduate: B. A Geography
Course No. Subject Code Sem-I COs Sem-II COs
1 UAG [Gg110-A & B]: G1 Physical Geography CO1: Explain principles, terms, definitions, concepts in physical geography. Human Geography CO1: Define human geography and explain nature, scope and importance of human geography.
CO2: Examine interior of the Earth. CO2: Analyse the factors affecting on distribution of population.
CO3: Critically analyse theories of lithosphere. CO3: Critically examine the theory of demographic transition and composition of Indian population.
CO4: Classify structure of the atmosphere and calculate heat balance. CO4: Identify and explain types and patterns of settlements and urbanization.
CO5: Distinguish between pressure belts and wind system, form and types of precipitation CO5: Classify the types of agriculture and discuss factors affecting on it.
CO6: Illustrate hydrological cycle, general structure of ocean floor and waves and tides. CO6: Critically analyse the problems of Indian agricultural.
2 UAG [Gg-201A & B]: G2 Environmental Geography-I CO1: Express knowledge about concept, scope of environmental geography, types of environment. Environmental Geography-II CO1: Identify different disasters and explain natural and biological disaster.
CO2: Illustrate the approaches and importance of environment geography. CO2: Evaluate the environmental problems like global warming, climate change, ozone depletion etc.
CO3: Describe meaning, concept, definition of ecosystem and structure, types of ecosystem. CO3: Analyse the environmental planning and management.
CO4: Analyse the concept of biodiversity and its conservation. CO4: Explain the process of manmade and natural hazards and its Management.
CO5: Criticize the air pollution with its causes, effects and measures. CO5:Acquaint about environmental programmes and policies.
CO6: Compare the water and soil pollution with its causes, effects and control measures. CO6: Compare the environmental education in India.
3 UAG [Gg-220 A & B]: S1 Geography of Maharashtra- I CO1: Acquaint with Geography of our state Geography of Maharashtra- II CO1: Explain importance of agriculture in economy of Maharashtra
CO2: Understand the physical setting of Maharashtra CO2: Identify the agricultural production, problems and prospects of Maharashtra.
CO3: Differentiate the climatic regions of Maharashtra as well as distribution of rainfall CO3: Analyse the population distribution and settlement pattern as well as concepts of rural development in Maharashtra
CO4: To analyse problems and management of climatic hazards like droughts and floods. CO4: Critically examine rural development of Maharashtra.
CO5: Explain water and forest resources, problems in utilization and conservation CO5: Discuss growth and development of Tourism in Maharashtra
CO6: Illustrate mineral and power resources in details. CO6: Classify tourism and explain agro-tourism, role of MTDC.
4 UAG [Gg-210 A & B]: S2 Scale and Map Projection CO1:Classify maps and explain elements, functions, uses of map. Cartographic Techniques, Surveying and Excursion Report CO1: Define cartography and explain its development and use of cartography.
CO2:Develop practical skill and use of Map Scale. CO2: Explain Cartographic technique for representation of data.
CO3:DefineMap Projections and explain basic concepts of it. CO3: Describe Surveying, and types of surveying.
CO4:Calculate meridians and GMT on the basis of latitude and longitude. CO4: Generate measurement of land.
CO5:Construct map projections. CO5: Apply Surveying Techniques in Geography.
CO6: Explain Map projections properties and its use. CO6: Conduct geographical field investigation and report writing.
5 UAG [SEC-2 A & B] Applied Course of Disaster Management CO1: Interpret Basic concepts of Disaster Management and classify disasters with measurement/ parameter. Applied Course of Travel and Tourism CO1: Describe basic concepts of travel and tourism.
CO2: Elaborate phases of disaster management CO2: Classify tourism, tourist and transportation. Explain supporting infrastructure.
CO3: Evaluate role of Geographers and Organizations CO3: Evaluate the role of Transport in Travel and Tourism Industry.
CO4: Critical thinking and problem-solving abilities on Disaster Management. CO4: Explain concepts and need of local tourism with potential and available infrastructure
CO5: Assess the situation and design plan for Disaster Management. CO5: Apply the skill to arrange, manage and implement various types of tours.
CO6: Design assessment of disaster management with case studies. CO6: Acquire earning skills in Tourism Industry.
3 UAG [Gg. 301 A&B ]: G-3 Geography of Tourism- I CO1: Define tourism and tourist. Explain the nature, scope and extent of Tourism. Geography of Tourism II CO1: Describe the role of accommodation in tourism development.
CO2: Criticize the role of geography in tourism. CO2: Evaluate the impact of tourism on economic, physical, environmental, social and cultural sectors.
CO3: Distinguish different determinants of Tourism development. CO3: Constitute a planning measures of tourism development.
CO4: Classify tourism. Assess the impacts of tourism CO4: Analyse policies of tourism development.
CO5: Discuss and implement the planning and policies of tourism development. CO5: Summarise Role of WTO, ITDC and MTDC in tourism development.
CO6: Evaluate the role of guide and printing media, transportation, infrastructure in tourism development. CO6: Generate case studies of major tourist centres in India.
UAG [Gg. 320 A & B] ˸ S-3 Geography of India I CO1: Describe geographical location, historical background, State and Union Territories and international boundaries of India. Geography of India II CO1: Describe Cultural Setting of India.
UAG [Gg-310 A & B]: S-4 Techniques of Spatial Analysis, Surveying and Excursion I CO1:Define the basic concepts and techniques of Geographical Analysis. Techniques of Spatial Analysis, Surveying and Excursion II CO1: Explain geographical data and its basic analysis.
CO2: Interpret SOI Toposheet and acquire the knowledge of Toposheet interpretation. CO2: Illustrate meaning and description of central tendencies.
CO3: Explain weather map and acquire the knowledge of its interpretation. CO3: Calculate measures of Dispersion.
CO4:Apply the knowledge of Aerial Photographs and Satellite images. CO4: Describe meaning, definition, application and testing of hypothesis.
CO5: Explain the elementary and principles on the field of practical work. CO5: Distinguish concepts of correlation and regression.
CO6: Illustrate the elementary and essential principals on field of practical work. CO6: Generate field excursion/village survey/ project report.
UAG [SEC-2 C &D] Research Methodology I CO1: Understand the basic concepts of Research. Research Methodology II CO1: Identify various sources of information for data collection.
CO2: Interpret characteristics of Research. CO2: Understand the conducting survey on various issues.
CO3: Classify Various types of Research and steps in Research Process CO3: Develop the report writing skills.
CO4: Develop the basic framework of sampling and data collection with Research Design CO4: Apply techniques in Research Report Writing
CO5: Apply the the knowledge for Defining, Idenfifying the Research Problem with techniques involved in it..

Post Graduate: M.A/M.Sc. Geography

Course No. Courses
Sem-I Sem-II
1 PASG [GGUT-111] Principles of Geomorphology PASG [GGUT-121] Geoinformatics-I
2 PASG [GGUT-112] Principles of Climatology PASG [GGUT-122] Coastal Geomorphology
3 PASG [GGUT-113] Principles of Economic PASG [GGUT-126] Fluvial Geomorphology
4 PASG [GGDT-114] Principles of Population & Settlement Geography PASG [GGDT-130] Geography of Tourism
5 PASG [GGUP-115] Practical in Physical and Human Geography PASG [GGDP-133] Practical in Map Projections
6 -- PASG [GGUP-134] Practical of Statistical Techniques in Geography
Sem-III Sem-IV
7 PASG [GGUT-235] Geoinformatics- II PASG [GGUT-249] Geography of India
8 PASG [GGUT-236] Geographical Thoughts PASG [GGUT-250] Oceanography
9 PASG [GGUT-237] Tropical Geomorphology PASG [GGUT-251] Research Methodology
10 PASG [GGDT-243] Watershed Management PASG [GGUT-252] Geography of Soil
11 PASG [GGDP-244] Practical in Multivariate Statistics PASG [GGDP-256] Practical in Watershed analysis
12 PASG [GGUP-245] Practical in Geomorphology PASG [GGUT-258] Geography of World
13 -- PASG [GGUP-259] Dissertation /Project Work

Diploma in Travel and Tourism:

Course No. Courses
Sem-I Sem-II
1 DTT - C-101 Tourism Concepts and Principles DTT - C-201 Tourism Management-II
2 DTT - C-102 Tourism Management-I DTT - C-202 Tourism Marketing
3 DTT - C-103 Principles of Marketing-I DTT - C-203 Tourism Policy and Planning
4 DTT - C-104 Business Communication DTT - C-204 International Tourism
5 DTT-C-105 Computer Fundamental DTT - C-205 Tourism Resource in India
6 DTT-C-106 Introduction to Accounts DTT - C-206 Communicative English
7 DTT-C-107 Project writings

DTT - C-207

a) Field Study Tour

b) Project Report

c) Viva-voce

Awards Received by the teachers

Dr. P. Y. Vyalij (HOD) received

  • Award from ‘Vice Chancellor University of Pune’ as, “Best NSS Programme Officer” for the year of 2003-2004, dated 12/03/2005.
  • Award from ‘R .R. Patil Social and Educational Institute Satana’, Dist. Nashik for, “State Level Swabhiman Award 2005” for Social and Educational work, dated 12/06/2005.
  • Award from ‘Yuva Shakti Samajik Sanstha, Nashik’ for “State Level Aadarsh Shikshak Prabodhan Award 2005” on 30/11/2005.
  • Awards Received from ‘Maharashtra Rajya Marathi PatrakarSangh and Jesses of Nashik for State Level Shikshak Ratna Award” for Educational work, dated 9th Sept. 2012.
  • Awards Received from ‘AkhilBharatiya Kala, Sahitya, Sanskrutiakadami, Wardha, Maharashtra for National Level “Rajiv Gandhi India GauravPurskar” for Educational work, dated 14th Oct. 2012.
  • Awards received from International Publishing House, New Delhi, for Best Citizens of India: 2014, Nov. 2014.

Dr. R. S. Deore

  • ‘Mahakavi Vamandada Kardak Rajyastariya Adharsh Shikshak Puraskar’, State Level Award given by Lokranjan Kala Mandal, Shinde, Dist. Nashik.

Prof. G. U. Harkar received

  • Award received from Lions Club of Panchavati, Nashik for district level “Aadarsh Shikshak, dated 5 Sept. 2012.

Strength Of The Student

The strength of the students at the U.G. and P.G. level of the department has always been good and is steadily on the rise year after year. The students come from rural areas of the tahsil. Following is the strength of the students at the U.G level and P.G level. The Male/Female category is approximately 80% males and 20% females for U.G. level and 50% male and 50 % female for the P.G. level. The open and reserved categories are according to the university prescribed rules.

Strength of Students at U.G. and P.G. Level (for the last five years)

Year Total No. of students Total students
FYBA SYBA TYBA MA-I MA-II
2012-13 505 36 18 17 19 595
2013-14 495 67 41 21 17 641
2014-15 547 68 43 22 08 688
2015-16 600 55 47 23 17 742
2016-17 469 34 48 18 14 583
2017-18 506 35 23 21 14 599

Admission to the above mentioned courses are according to the rules prescribed by the University for the purpose. The criteria applied for admission is merit along with the quota for open and reserved categories for P.G. level.

Annual Result

B.A. Final Result (Department of Geography, L.V.H. College

Year Distinction First Class Higher Second Second Pass Fail Total Pass Result in %
2010-11 01 23 08 06 00 07 38 84.44
2011-12 01 13 07 02 02 12 25 67.57
2012-13 00 03 05 03 02 05 13 72.22
2013-14 05 13 03 03 01 16 25 60.98
2014-15 05 12 06 03 01 18 27 60.00
2015-16 05 09 03 03 00 19 20 53.65
2016-17 01 15 08 03 00 20 27 57.45
2017-18 01 08 02 01 00 11 12 52.20

M.A. /MSc. Final Result

Year Distinction First Class Higher Second Second Pass Fail Total Pass Result in %
2010-11 00 05 10 04 01 00 20 100.0
2011-12 00 04 08 06 00 05 18 78.26
2012-13 00 04 02 07 00 05 13 64.48
2013-14 00 03 08 01 00 02 12 85.71
2014-15 02 02 00 00 00 04 04 50.00
2015-16 00 09 06 01 00 01 16 94.12
2016-17 02 07 01 00 00 04 10 71.43
2017-18 00 01 01 02 00 10 04 28.60

A. Research Projects

Name of the Project/ Endowment, Chairs Name of the Principal Investigator/Co-investigator Department of Principal Investigator Year of Award Amount Sanctioned Duration of the project Name of the Funding Agency Type (Government/non-Government)
A Geographical Study of Tourism Potential of North East Part of Nashik District, Maharashtra Dr. R. V. Patil Geography 2021 2,00,000/- 2 Yrs S.P.P.U.,, Pune Government
“Population Growth and Changing General Landuse profile in Girna-Mosam Basin in Nashik District” Dr. P. Y. Vyalij Geography 2011 1,00,000/- 2 Yrs University Grants Commission Government

B. Research Publications

Title of paper Name of the author/s Name of journal Year of publication ISSN number Link to the recognition in UGC enlistment of the Journal
Dr. R. V. Patil
Ecotourism Potential of Salher Fort, Nashik District, Maharashtra R. V. Patil Researchers World: Journal of Arts, Sci. & Comm, International Referred Research Journal Pg.no. 135-142 ERM Publication, Malegaon Oct. 2011 E-ISSN- 2229-4686 ISSN-2231-4172 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Bm8q04A9k2oqZFRw-6JoKgVogXkfOWrC/view?usp=sharing
Socio-economic Problems of Tribal People on Toranmal Plateau in Nandurbar District R. V. Patil, U.P.Survyawanshi, Dr. B. S. Chandankar Shodh, Samiksha Aur Mulyankan, International Referred Research Journal Pg.No. 42-43 2012 ISSN-0974-2832, RNI-RAJBIN 2009/29954
Ecotourism Potential of Trimbakeshwar, Nashik District R. V. Patil Researchers World: Journal of Arts, Sci. & Comm, International Referred Research Journal Vol–III, Issue3(4), Pg.59-63 ERM Publication, July, 2012 E-ISSN- 2229-4686 ISSN-2231-4172 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qRwCV6HK0BcciJNyrDvl-T8uXtiiaeRS/view?usp=sharing
Empowerment of Women Through Ecotourism: A Case Study of Nandurmadhameshwar Wildlife Sanctuary in Nashik District, Maharashtra R. V. Patil IJMR- International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research - Jai Hind Edu. Soc. Pune March, 2014 ISSN-2277-9302 https://drive.google.com/file/d/19_vWap0KrNHLlTxNx3rMhbE-NxHGgZGe/view?usp=sharing
Ecotourism Potential of Nashik District:- A Case Study of Brahmagiri & Salher Fort Rakesh V. Patil, R. S. Deore Scholars World – International Referred Multidisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research Pg. 116-120 Maaz Publication Feb., 2015 ISSN-2319-5789, Online ISSN- 2320-3145 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1u3jUfVoeqGQo_7J34FMUgB16XGF3cS-g/view?usp=sharing
Resource Potential for Ecotourism Development in Nashik District, Maharashtra Rakesh V. Patil, Dr. B. S. Chandankar Scholars World – International Referred Multidisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research Pg. 96 – 100 Maaz Publication Dec., 2015 ISSN-2319-5789, Online ISSN- 2320-3145 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1J5w2zJmrZfuUPrp8Yp2ik7JLjlvFvg0E/view?usp=sharing
A Geographical Study of Tourism Potential and Tourist Satisfaction of Galna Fort, Malegaon, Dist. Nashik Rakesh V. Patil Researchers World – International Refereed Research Journal Volume- VII Issue – 4(5) Impact Factor(IBI): 3.19 Pg. No. 74 – 76ERM Publication December 2016 ISSN: 2231-4172 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1nHPO2LsGso-tgZbBYVz30rtwcBLzxcgP/view?usp=sharing
Rice-Phenology And Water Management in Upland Region: A Case Study of Kolhapur R. V. Patil, Dr. B. S. Chandankar Scholars World – Special Issue International Referred Multidisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research Pg. 77-81 Maaz Publication January, 2016 ISSN-2319-5789, Online ISSN- 2320-3145 https://drive.google.com/file/d/16PDJWh_7GKucoZla7JL2TE7DpSIhK2AP/view?usp=sharing
Ecotourism Potential and Tourist Satisfaction in Malegaon Tahsil, Nashik District (MS) R. V. Patil International Research Fellows Association’s Research Journey – Multidisciplinary International Research Journal Pg. No. 22-28 Special Issue – 12 Impact Factor: 3.452 February – 2017 ISSN : 2348 7143 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cuPnzxPHohVP5KjAjxmLo-IoFb5aMOU1/view?usp=sharing
Geographical Analysis of Landuse Pattern in Nashik District Dr. R. V. Patil Current Global Reviewer Shaurya Publication, Latur Special Issue Vol.1(1), Pg. 143- 147 Feb- 2018 ISSN : 2319-8648 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1siSE5Nb5JxwZCwfsybn9-JKAzKw3mbbt/view?usp=sharing
An Innovative Geographical Study of Tourism Potential in Malegaon Tahsil, Nashik District (M.S.) Rakesh V. Patil Vidyawarta International Multilingual Refreed Research Journal Special Issue Pg. 245- 249 Oct to Dec. 2018 ISSN : 2319-9318 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tpNxFh0PR4AxMaLtOg03Aab8xJLderiG/view?usp=sharing
A Geographical Study of Agri-Tourism Potential and Tourist Satisfaction in Igatpuri Region, Nashik District Dr. R. V. Patil International Research Fellows Association’s Research Journey – Multidisciplinary International E-Research Journal Special Issue – 81 Pg. No. 110-114 Jan – 2019 ISSN : 2348 7143 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1f8iGQiCZOIaQ76qkZna9AJStZV6KP8g-/view?usp=sharing
A Study of Ecotourism Potential and Tourist Satisfaction of Nandurmadhameshwar Wildlife Sanctuary, Nashik District, Maharashtra (India) Dr. Rakesh V. Patil An International Multidisciplinary Quarterly Research Journal Ajanta Vol. (UGC Care Listed Journal) VIII, Issue-I, Pg. 100-107 Jan-March-2019 ISSN : 2277-5730 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tpNxFh0PR4AxMaLtOg03Aab8xJLderiG/view?usp=sharing
A Resource Assessment for Sustainable Tourism Development and Tourist Satisfaction in North East Part of Nashik District, Maharashtra Dr. R. V. Patil International Research Fellow’s Association’s Research Journey- International E- Research Journal, Peer Refereed, Peer Reviewed Journal & Indexed Journal Impact Factor - (SJIF) – 6.625 (2019) Special Issue- 264 PP- 16-20 April- 2021 ISSN No: 2348-7143 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1V4rpkZ7abp_I__Oa5SyYESGVC9qkVHzH/view?usp=sharing
Impact of COVID-19 On Higher Education in Maharashtra Dr. C. G. Dighavkar, Dr. R. S. Deore, Dr. R. V. Patil Research Fellow’s Association’s Research Journey- International E- Research Journal, Peer Refereed, Peer Reviewed Journal & Indexed Journal Impact Factor - (SJIF) – 6.625 (2019) Special Issue- 264 PP- 16-20 April- 2021 ISSN No: 2348-7143 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BJ42eDGHze6hH6iXffiP-U6W5fzwDQqV/view?usp=sharing
COVID-19 Impact on Tourism Sector of India Dr. G. L. Kolte, Dr. R. V. Patil Juni Khyat (UGC Care Group I Listed Journal) Vol.-11 Issue-09 No. 01 PP- 1 to 4 September- 2021 Print ISSN No: 2278-4632 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1xc-sOcsz0MLzzp3rb4in7njZXh6eeuyN/view?usp=sharing
Rural Tourism Potential of Maharashtra: A Case Study of Chandanpuri Village, Malegaon Tahsil, District Nashik R.V.Patil Special Issue on Indian Agriculture : Problems & Prospects Journal of Commerce, Management & Social Sciences Pg. No. 18-23 ERM Publication, Malegaon March, 2013 ISSN: 2249-0299 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1q86dnexqJjCvIZrkQSUkYcykjaFiOH9Y/view?usp=sharing
Ecotourism Potential of Nashik District, Maharashtra R.V.Patil Proceedings National Conference on Social Sciences & Commerce Pg. No. 116-121 Aadhar Publication, Amravati 27th Dec. 2014 ISBN- 978-93-82588-56-6 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SDRMAL2Wihj1EivuvlGj4vYCChG5dARJ/view?usp=sharing
SWOT analysis of tourism development in Baglan Tehsil, Nashik District, Maharashtra R.V.Patil International Conference Proceeding Interdisciplinary Innovative Approach on Climate Change and Sustainable Development Pg. 157-163 Feb. 2020 ISBN: 978-81-942752-1-3 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HgiuMGsSfpm0W2-uUpnxYEFzXiDLAdCF/view?usp=sharing
Dr. P. Y. Vyalij
“Malegaon Shaharatil Loksankhya Parivartanacha Abhyas”. Dr. P. Y. Vyalij Proceedings of the National, Seminar-cum- Workshop, ASC College, Ramanandn-agar,Tal. Palus, Dist. Sangali P. No. 73-79 Nov. 2008,
“Morphometric Characteristics of Mosam River Basin in Nashik district” Dr. P. Y. Vyalij National Journal ‘Research Link’ 58, Vol.VII (11), Indore,MP.,P. No. 74-76. Jan.-2009 [ISSN-0973-1628]
“Changing Landuse Profile in Nashik district” Dr. P. Y. Vyalij National Journal ‘Research Link’ 61, Vol.VIII (02), Indore P. No. 75-78. April-2009, [ISSN-0973-1628]
“A Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Crop Combination in Nashik district, Maharashtra.” Dr. P. Y. Vyalij International Research Journal “Shodh, Samiksha Aur Mulyankan” Volume II, Issue-6, Jaipur, Rajastan. P. No. 775-777. Feb.- April-2009 [ISSN-0974-2832]
“Socio-Economic and Occupational Structure of Slum-Dwellers in Malegaon City, Dist. Nashik” Dr. P. Y. Vyalij National Journal ‘Research Link’63, Vol. VIII (04), Indore, MP., P. No. 82-85. June -2009 [ISSN-0973-1628]
“Geo-Environmental Effects of Urbanization in the River Channel: A Case Study of River Mosam in Malegaon City.” Dr. P. Y. Vyalij International Research Journal “Shodh, Samiksha Aur Mulyankan” Volume II, Issue-7, Jaipur, Rajastan P. No. 254-256. Aug. 2009, [ISSN-0974-2832]
“Population Growth and Changing Landuse Profile in MalegaonTahsil ( MS) Dr. P. Y. Vyalij National Journal ‘Research Link’65, Vol.VIII (06), Indore, MP , P. No. 66-69. Aug. 2009 [ISSN-0973-1628]
“Population Growth and Changing Landuse Profile in Baglan Tahsil, Nashik District Dr. P. Y. Vyalij International Research Journal “Research Analysis And Evaluation Vol. I, Issue-I, Jaipur, Rajasthan., P. No. 99-105. Sept.2009 [ISSN-0975-3486]
A Geographical Study of Landuse Profile in Malegaon Tahsil Dr. P. Y. Vyalij International Research Journal “Research Analysis And Evaluation Vol. I , Issue-3&4, Jaipur, Rajasthan., P.No. 53-57 Dec.2009-Jan.2010 [ISSN-0975-3486]
Population Growth and Changing Landuse Profile in Girna Basin in Nashik District ( MS) Dr. P. Y. Vyalij International Research Journal “Shodh, Samiksha Aur Mulyankan” Volume II, Issue-11-12, Jaipur, Rajastan. P.No. 19-23 Dec.2009-Jan.2010, [ISSN-0974-2832]
Assessment and Distribution of Slope of Mosam river basin in Nashik district Dr. P. Y. Vyalij International Research Journal “Shodh, Samiksha Aur Mulyankan” Volume II, Issue-13, Jaipur, Rajastan. P.no.12-14 Feb.2010 [ISSN-0974-2832]
A Study of Population Distribution and Various Densities in Malegaon Tahsil Compared to Nashik District. Dr. P. Y. Vyalij National Journal ‘Research Link’72, Vol.IX (01), Indore, MP., P. No.87-89. March 2010 [ISSN-0973-1628]
Landuse and Ecological Imbalance, Socio-economic & Occupational level of Muslim Slumps in Malegaon Dr. P. Y. Vyalij International Research Journal “Research Analysis And Evaluation Vol. I, Issue-9, Jaipur, Rajastan. P. no. 83-88 March 2010 ISSN-0975-3486]
Water Supply Scheme: Problem and Prospects ( A case Study of Malegaon Tahsil) Dr. P. Y. Vyalij International Research Journal “Shodh, Samiksha Aur Mulyankan” Volume II, Issue-16, Jaipur, Rajastan. P.no 24-27 May 2010 [ISSN-0974-2832]
A Study of Population Growth and Net Irrigated Area in Nashik District Dr. P. Y. Vyalij International Research Journal “Research Analysis And Evaluation Vol. I, Issue-9, Jaipur, Rajastan P.no 52-55 June 2010 [ISSN-0975-3486]
Scarcity of Water in Malegaon Tahsil: Divert western flowing river water to east of Sahyadri Dr. P. Y. Vyalij National Journal ‘Research Link’75, Vol.IX (04), Indore, MP. P. No.94-96. June 2010, [ISSN-0973-1628]
“ Thirsty Girna-Mosam Basin in Nashik district” Dr. P. Y. Vyalij International Research Journal “Research Analysis And Evaluation Vol. I, Issue-11, Jaipur, Rajastan. P. No. 18-21 Aug. 2010 [ISSN-0975-3486]
“ The Block Irrigation System of Maharashtra” Dr. P. Y. Vyalij International Research Journal “Research Analysis And Evaluation Vol. I, Issue-13, Jaipur, Rajastan. P. No. 5-6 Oct. 2010 [ISSN-0975-3486]
“ Problems of waste water” Dr. P. Y. Vyalij National Journal ‘Research Link’79, Vol.IX (08), Indore, MP. P. No. 55-58 Oct. 2010. ISSN-0973-1628]
“Population Density Pattern in Nashik District, Maharashtra State” Dr. P. Y. Vyalij A Multidisciplinary International Level Journal ‘Journal of Research and Development’ Vol. 1 (Issue.3) Jalgaon (M H) P. No. 45-50 March, 2011 [ISSN-2230-9578]
Temporal Analysis of Agricultural Landuse in Malegaon Tahsil Dr. P. Y. Vyalij “ Trends in Social Science” A Reference book of International Level” Aditi Publications, 18,Jain Bhavan, Opp.N.B.C., Shantinagar, Jaipur-302006 2011 ISSN-978-93-80902-69-2]
Spatial Distribution Pattern of Rural Settlement in Nashik District Dr. P. Y. Vyalij First Published: 2011
“Population Dynamics in Nashik District” Dr. P. Y. Vyalij A Multidisciplinary International Level Journal ‘Journal of Research and Development’ Vol. 1 (Issue.7) Jalgaon (MH) P. No. 29-34 July 2011, [ISSN-2230-9578]
Population Growth and Changing Landuse Profile in Nandgaon in Nashik District ( MS) Dr. P. Y. Vyalij A Multidisciplinary International Level Journal ‘Journal of Research and Development’ Vol. 1 (Issue.8) Jalgaon (MH), P.No.75-81 Aug. Sept. 2011 [ISSN-2230-9578]
Irrigation Intensity and their changes in Nashik District Dr. P. Y. Vyalij Thematics Journal of Geography A Peer-Reviewed International Research Journal, Vol. I, Issue 1, Latur (MH ), P. No. 1-4 Jan. 2012 [ISSN-2277-2995]
The Study of Decadal Variation in Population Growth of Nashik District Dr. P. Y. Vyalij A Multidisciplinary International Level Journal ‘Journal of Research and Development’ Vol. 2 (Issue.6) Jalgaon (MH) P. No. 50-59 June 2012, [ISSN-2230-9578]
Spatio-Temporal Changes in Cropping Pattern in Nashik District, Maharashtra Dr. P. Y. Vyalij Peer-reviewed National Journal ‘Shikshanateel Marmadrishti’ Vol.: 4, Issue: 2 P. No. 47-55 July to Sept. 2012 [ISSN:0976-0385]
“Cropping Intensity in Nashik District” Dr. P. Y. Vyalij “ Current Trends in Social Science Research” Interdisciplinary book of International Level” Published by: Anu Books, ShivajiRoad, Meerut P. No.296-300 March 2013 [ISBN-978-93-82166-08-5]
A Demographic Overview of Nashik district Dr. P. Y. Vyalij Teacher Education Browser, “ A Refereed and Reviewed Journal, National Level, Insight Publication, Shrirangnagar, Gangapur road, Nashik P. No. 54-63 Half Yearly 2013 [ISSN-2278-6708]
Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Occupational Structure of Nashik District Dr. P. Y. Vyalij Peer-reviewed National Journal ‘Shikshanateel Marmadrishti’ Vol.: 4, Issue: 2 Insight Publication, Shrirangnagar, Gangapur road, Nashik P. No. 52-57 April to June 2013 [ISSN:0976-0385]
Spatio Temporal Analysis of Forest Land in Nashik District Dr. P. Y. Vyalij Indian Journal of Research Studies (IJORS) in Social Sciences, Vol. I, Issue 3, Nashik. P. No. 22 – 28 May-June 2013 [ISSN: 2320-9771]
A study of Changing Literacy in Nashik District Dr. P. Y. Vyalij Journal Global Values, A Journal of International Values, Vol- V No. 1, Published by Anu Books, Meerut, UP. P. No. 155-164 Feb. 2014, [ ISSN: 0976-9447]
Human Resource Development in Nashik District Dr. P. Y. Vyalij Economic Geography, “International Research Volume, 2014 Aadhar Publication, Amravati 444604 (MH) P. No. 13-20 March 2014 [ISBN: 978-93-82588-33-7, ISSN: 2278-9308]
“A Geographical Study of Population & Resources in Nashik District” Dr. P. Y. Vyalij Peer-Reviewed National Journal ‘Shikshanateel Marmadrishti’ Vol: 4, Issue: 2, Insight Publication, Shrirangnagar, Gangapur road, Nashik, P.No. July-Sept. 2014 [ISSN:0976-0385]
“Agricultural Landuse Efficiency in Girna Basin of Nashik District” Dr. P. Y. Vyalij Indian Journal of Research Studies (IJORS) In Social Science, Vol. I, Issue 3, Nashik Oct.-Dec. 2014
Title of Paper Name of Journal with status & Place where the journal is Published Month &Year of Publication Link
A Geographical Study of Population Pressure and its Reflection on Land of Nashik District PURSUIT, A half yearly International Multi-Disciplinary Research Journal, Vol. I, Issue-2, Pp 45-50, Dec. 2014 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1czsb2BLm2qYehKKecTo1zKkqdynb-REk/view?usp=sharing
“Agricultural Landuse Efficiency in Girna Basin of Nashik District” A Geographical Analysis Teacher Education Browser A Referred and Reviewed Journal Vol. 3, Issue I, Pp 22-25 June 2014 https://drive.google.com/file/d/18ehiUmeGyWYkHEu2PCkJFr0YKIlxiCeG/view?usp=sharing
A Geographical Study of Crop Diversification in Nashik District Indian Journal of Research Studies (IJORS) In Social Science,Nashik Vol.II, Issue 6, Pp 60-65, Nov. Dec.2014 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QvxzeM8Sm9MJS2TqEet1MsxpNXt9DKvb/view?usp=sharing
A Geographical Study of Population & Resources in Nashik District Scholars World, International Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal Vol. III, Special Issue Pp 105-109, Feb. 2015 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IcYEkyj-3jUroeIMMBjO3NSWXYcw8t8d/view?usp=sharing
“Population Growth & its Pressure on Landuse of Godavari Basin in Nashik District” International Journal of Basic Science, (2)1 ONLINE Pp 18-22, July 2015, Paper Id-JOBS-15-0053 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-d3UBit1B4eF8TY8N8W73Nd96NRtY-ya/view?usp=sharing
A Geographical Study of Population Dynamics in Nashik District Scholars World, International Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal Vol. III Special Issue Pp 174-179 Dec. 2015 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1aXDo8EDrXFbEMI-8lUrJ9ffPyU6FgbX6/view?usp=sharing
A Study of Population Growth & Net Irrigated Area in Nashik District Scholars World, International Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal Vol. III Special Issue Pp 28-33 Jan. 2016 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1T9O37Il8NciTwHM0nCPMjzhKhdZ6BfGU/view?usp=sharing
Conservation of Biodiversity in India Scholars World, International Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal Vol. V Issue III Pp 102-106 July 2017 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Q4utwbSqf2icLpCOTsaWtggw1D-lC-ig/view?usp=sharing
Cross-Curricular Concerns in Geography: Earth Science and Physical Geography Scholars World, International Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal Vol. VI Issue II Pp 106-110 April 2018 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1CNXrqaagPPQmJ6UDcPAiLJm35wjhl9yW/view?usp=sharing
Geographical Study of Trends in Area, Production & Productivity of Major Crops in Ahmednagar District Research Journey multidisciplinary International E-Research Journal Special Issue-81 Pp 115-121 Jan. 2019
The Global Villagers Scholars World, International Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal Vol. VII,Issue IPp 60-62 January 2019 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pmmuIg-LUkTsKysVV2n2J8jO8G6wkZ3S/view?usp=sharing
India: Population Growth, Distribution and Density An International Multidisciplinary Quarterly Research Journal AJANTA Vol. IX, Issue II Pp38-43 April-June 2020 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Y6xppNvSRGfdRMukfYsl6LOOklK-pRcN/view?usp=sharing
Analysis of National Webinar on, “Impact of COVID-19 on Indian Agriculture and Economy An International Multidisciplinary Quarterly Research Journal AJANTA Vol. IX, Issue II Pp 19-24 July-Sept. 2020 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yOOGVp3CVj2ATxKBpUZPo90S2RKR3yI8/view?usp=sharing
Maharashtra: Population Growth,Distribution and Density (Spatio-Temporal Analysis) International Journal of Research, Culture, Society Volume - 4, Issue - 6, June – 2020 Pp 196-200 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TZ0IUp36bu4Gu_axK_MD_0yBWM4Sd7D8/view?usp=sharing
A Study of Nutritional Density and Pressure of Population on Agricultural Land in Nashik District, Maharashtra International Journal of Research, Culture, Society Volume - 5, Issue - 8, Aug – 2021 Pp 37-42 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SIpdvAvNHRcIbSoR69jBaH1Q5mjIwtTn/view?usp=sharing
Mr. S. P. Dhatrak
Ecotourism potential of Pandav Leni Caves or Nasik Caves: Nasik District Mr. S. P. Dhatrak International Journal of Basic and Applied Research., Impact factor-5.86 July 2018 ISSN-22493352 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-xTbTk-024vZnmXM_kwBHMt1LQozCZww/view?usp=drivesdk
Diversification of crops in Nasik District: A Spatio Temporal Analysis. Mr. S. P. Dhatrak Research Journey January 2019 ISSN: 2348-7143 https://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ1245200
Strawberry Cultivation: Horticulture Revolution in Maharashtra with reference to Surgana Tehsil. Mr. S. P. Dhatrak Research Journey March 2019 ISSN: 2348-7143 https://drive.google.com/file/d/10ytPqBoiQWGmT9Hzj9754fg_kDxL2X5X/view?usp=drivesdk
Role and impact o NAAC on higher education institutions in India Mr. S. P. Dhatrak International journal of research culture society, Impact factor-5.245 March 2020 ISSN:2456-6683, https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VES2TP3LYjjEiWg67oFbCcKBPVFiTEw1/view?usp=drivesdk
The socioeconomic impact of covid-19 or corona pandemic in India Mr. S. P. Dhatrak Shanlax international journal of arts, science and humanities., Impact factor-3.02 July 2020 ISSN2582-0397, https://drive.google.com/file/d/10MvxWY1vRQDN3tooiwciRXo46pBXchTX/view?usp=drivesdk
Impact of covid-19(corona virus) pandemic in India Mr. S. P. Dhatrak Ajanta international multidisciplinary quarterly journal , ,Impact Factor-6.399 16 june 2020 ISSN 2277-5730 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-vGf1vYDO3L5T0CsN8H9S753wA12d_bJ/view?usp=drivesdk
Dark Tourism Sites In India: A Review Mr. S. P. Dhatrak Shanlax international journal of arts, science and humanities., ,Impact factor-3.02 Oct. 2020 ISSN2582-0397 https://drive.google.com/file/d/102_LGTX7nzHWxe4nAR1rDeGlFrIo8Cnj/view?usp=drivesdk
Unexplored or less known tourist destination in Maharashtra: A review Mr. S. P. Dhatrak International journal of Research and Development Vol.11, Issue-24, June-21, Impact Factor 7.265 June 2021 https://drive.google.com/file/d/106xvxyg5fSfkHAVVL2A7-_YmLSAnVmHQ/view?usp=drivesdk
Religious Tourism in Maharashtra: problems and Prospects Mr. S. P. Dhatrak IRJMETS International journal of modernization in engineering technology and science,E-, Impact Factor 6.752 Nov.21 ISSSN:2582-5208 https://drive.google.com/file/d/106Ggj5hocCnBoSj-EKtErSmn0v328Ccd/view?usp=drivesdk
Dr. M.P. Pagar
Slope and landuse changes in kalwan Tahsil, India Dr. M. P. Pagar ---- ---- ---- ----
Agricultural development and land use pattern in Nashik district of Maharashtra, India Dr. M. P. Pagar ---- ---- ---- ----
Tsunami Disaster Management and Coastal Development Dr. M. P. Pagar ---- ---- ---- ----
Landuse pattern and Agricultural development in Kalwan Tashil of Nashik District in Maharashtra state Dr. M. P. Pagar ---- ---- ---- ----
A study of Internet Marketing in India w.r.t Carwale .Com Dr. M. P. Pagar ---- ---- ---- ----

Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/Webinar organized

Year Name of the workshop/ seminar Number of Participants Date From – To Link to the Activity report on the website
2016-17 State Level Seminar “Climate Change and Sustainability” 53 24-25 Jan. 2017 --
2018-19 National Conference on “Indian Agriculture: Problems and Prospects” 90 3-4 Jan. 2019 --
2020-21 National Webinar on “Impact of COVID-19 on Indian Agriculture and Economy” 400 6th Aug. 2020 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1OMLxGKIk1NPfApHLkUY1DG-FlaPfvIP1/view?usp=sharing
2021-22 State Webinar on “Youth of India” 77 12th July, 2021 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1n1PFdCuwyQ2gXNkVd4dRqm8VTTdt3YAR/view?usp=sharing
10 Days State Level NET/SET Geography Exam Workshop 53 20th Aug. to 31st Aug., 2021 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qpBdRH2RuL2W1u8xhi9EMRAFneaLJACH/view?usp=sharing
A State Level Workshop on “Disaster Management” 71 21st Sept., 2021 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1z5uU4zQVLorJ5Ix2vgTlyM8I4LpzoNXo/view?usp=sharing
A State Level Webinar on Travel and Tourism – Challenges and Opportunities 69 28th Sept., 2021 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1xG_PgjiPAMZFuWvKjUyTplj69BWbLBFp/view?usp=sharing

Book Published:

Sl. No. Name of the teacher Title of the book/chapters published Title of the paper Title of the proceedings of the conference Name of the conference National / International Year of publication ISBN/ISSN number of the proceeding Affiliating Institute at the time of publication
1 Dr. R. V. Patil Geography – Environmental Geography – I (Paper-I) ---- ---- ---- ---- Aug. 2020 9789390225927 SPH Arts, Sci. & Comm. College, Nampur
2 Dr. R. V. Patil Ecotourism in Maharashtra-Planning, Management and Sustenance ---- ---- ---- International 2021 978-1-68576-073-1 L.V.H. Arts, Sci. & Comm. College, Panchavati, Nashik
3 Dr. R. V. Patil Gandhian Thoughts Mahatma Gandhi and His Thoughts About Environment ---- ---- National Aug. 2021 978-81-951099-0-6 L.V.H. Arts, Sci. & Comm. College, Panchavati, Nashik
4 Dr. R. V. Patil Platinum Jubilee of Indian Independence: Relevance of Gandhian Ideology “आधुनिक काळात उपयोगी ठरणारे गांधीजींचे पर्यावरणीय विचार” ---- ---- International Nov. 2021 978-81-949467-0-0 L.V.H. Arts, Sci. & Comm. College, Panchavati, Nashik
5 Mr. S. P. Dhatrak Platinum Jubilee of Indian Independence: Relevance of Gandhian Ideology Mahatma Gandhi and Sustainable Development ---- ---- International Nov. 2021 978-81-949467-0-0 L.V.H. Arts, Sci. & Comm. College, Panchavati, Nashik
6 Smt. K. M. Ghate Platinum Jubilee of Indian Independence: Relevance of Gandhian Ideology Role of Mahatma Gandhi as an Environmentalist ---- ---- International Nov. 2021 978-81-949467-0-0 L.V.H. Arts, Sci. & Comm. College, Panchavati, Nashik

Awards /Recognitions received by the students during the A.Y.:

Year Name of the award/ medal Team / Individual University/State/ National/ International Sports/ Cultural Name of the student
2022 Fourth Prize KBH National Debate Competition Individual National Cultural Miss. Komal Matsagar
2022 Fifth Prize KBH National Debate Competition Individual National Cultural Miss. Megha Bhammare
Name of the activity Name of the Award/ recognition Name of the Awarding government/ government recognised bodies Year of award
Dr. P. Y. Vyalij Best NSS Programme Officer -- 2005
Dr. P. Y. Vyalij State Level Swabhiman Award 2005 R.R.Patil Social and Educational Institute, Satana 2005
Dr. P. Y. Vyalij State Level Aadarsh Shikshak Prabodhan Award 2005 ‘Yuva Shakti Samajik Sanstha ,Nashik’ 2005
Dr. P. Y. Vyalij State Level Shikshak Ratna Award (2011-12) Maharashtra Rajya Marathi Patrakar Sangh and Jesses of Nashik 2012
Dr. P. Y. Vyalij Rajiv Gandhi India Gaurav Purskar (2011-12) Akhil Bharatiya Kala, Sahitya, Sanskruti akadami, Wardha, Maharashtra 2012
Dr. P. Y. Vyalij Best Citizen of India International Publishing House, New Delhi 2014
Dr. M. P. Pagar Best Innovative in Teaching Award Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune 2019

Research Paper Presented in Seminar, Conference, and Work-shop

Sr. No Name of the Teacher Level
State National International Total
1 Dr. P. Y. Vyalij 10 11 01 22
2 Dr. R. S. Deore 09 05 03 17
3 Prof. G. U. Harkar 00 03 00 03
Total 19 19 04 42

Faculty Attend Seminar, Conference, and Work-shop

Sr. No Teacher Name Level Total
State National Other
1 Dr. P. Y. Vyalij 17 07 22 46
2 Dr. R. S. Deore 12 06 03 21
3 Prof. G. U. Harkar 07 01 09 17
Total 36 14 34 84

Activities

The Department realizes its social responsibility and also the need for inculcating in the students awareness about environment and social issues. Keeping this in mind the Department also organizes several visits to natural and cultural environment.

Details of the departmental events

Students Seminar Participation

Most importantly the department has been active in organizing several programmes for the students and for the improvement of the teachers. The department has been engaged in undertaking several guest lectures, seminars as also discussions and study tours to enable the students to get a broader perspective on several matters.

We organized “One Day Workshop on Restructuring of S.Y.B.A./BSc and MA/MSc Part-II Geography syllabus” sponsored by University of Pune (BCUD) on Wednesday 05th March 2014.

Our students Ravi Ghuge, Gorakh Gore, NareshBhoye and Gangadas Harchandra Megha attend one day workshop on Conservation of Natural Resource and Social Awareness, organized by G. D. Savant College, Nashik on 7th March 2014.

The department also organized “One Day Group One Student Centric Workshop on Management of Water in Drought Prone Area” sponsored by University of Pune (BCUD) on Tuesday 11th March 2014.

During 2015-16 department of geography organized “Geography General Knowledge Competitive Exam” on the occasion of Geography Day 14th Jan. 2016. This exam was conducted on 13th Jan. 2016. Total 180 Students (163 students from Sr. College and 44 students from Jr. College) participated in this exam. Prize distribution function was organized on 14th Jan. 2016 under the chairmanship of Dr. B. S. Jagdale. First prize of Rs. 751/- cash and certificate was goes to Kedare Monika M. (MA-II, Geog.), Second prize of Rs. 551/- cash and certificate goes to Mr. Chaudhari Devidas, Gotarne Jagan (MA-I) and Wadu Sandip (TYBA). Third prize of Rs. 351/- cash goes to Gorhe Vikas, Khurkute Deepak and Sawant Prashant (MA).

During 2015-16 department of geography organized “Geography General Knowledge Competitive Exam” on the occasion of Geography Day 14th Jan. 2016. This exam was conducted on 13th Jan. 2016. Total 180 Students (163 students from Sr. College and 44 students from Jr. College) participated in this exam. Prize distribution function was organized on 14th Jan. 2016 under the chairmanship of Dr. B. S. Jagdale. First prize of Rs. 751/- cash and certificate was goes to Kedare Monika M. (MA-II, Geog.), Second prize of Rs. 551/- cash and certificate goes to Mr. Chaudhari Devidas, Gotarne Jagan (MA-I) and Wadu Sandip (TYBA). Third prize of Rs. 351/- cash goes to Gorhe Vikas, Khurkute Deepak and Sawant Prashant (MA).

Post Graduate student of MA II Geography visit to Aashawadi Village in Dindori tahsil for the field survey and submit the socio-economic report of the department. All SYBA Students prepare environment project on Water Pollution of Godavari River in Nashik City (Kumbhamela Issu) and submit to the department. SYBA and TYBA Special Geography students prepare a village survey for this year. PG Second year students prepare and present a project report on Special Disparity of various heads.

Our students namely Nerkar Nilesh Bhagwan, Dhatrak Swapnil and Date Pradip qualified the NET/SET Exam in this academic year. Our PG students namely Pawar Kuldeep and Kekare Shanker from MA-II Geography attend/participated two day state level seminar on Current Trends in Teaching and Research in Geography, organized by HPT/RYK College, Nashik on 29-30 January 2016 and present a paper entitled “Morphometric Characteristics of Tributary of Rayangan Nadi Basin of Navapur Tehsil in Nandurbar District. A Quantitative Approach”

On 18th January 2016 department of Geography organized a special lecture on the imminent personality Dr. Rameshkumar, chief scientist, National Institute of Oceanography (NIO) Panji, Goa. He was delivered a lecture on “A Journey to Icy Continent Antarctica” for this occasion Principal Dr. B. S. Jagdale was the Chairperson while Vice Principal Dr. Mrunal Bhardwaj was the Chief Guest for this function. Dr. P. Y. Vyalij, Head, introduced the function and Dr. M. P. Pagar gives vote of thanks.

Department of Geography celebrate “Jaljagruti week” from 16th March to 22nd March 2016. In this week various activities organized on“Jaljagruti Abhiyan”. For example Exhibition, Slogan, Articles etc on Jaljagruti. Exhibition on Jaljagruti- Inaugurated by Vice Principal Dr. Mrunal Bhardwaj with Chief Guest Prof. P. D. Zalse, Prof. Jyoti Pathare department of Geography, HPT College Nashik worked as a examiner for this exhibition, Dr. P. Y. Vyalij, Head department of Geography Introduced the function while Prof. G. U. Harkar gives vote of thanks. P.G. Geography students and other department students participate in this function. Mr. Sandip Suresh More, MSc (Maths) and Mr. Devidas Mahale, S.Y.BSc write best articles on Jaljagruti.

Student Projects

Student’s Projects are encouraged to give the students a chance to conduct independent research Student participation in projects is secured.

M.A. Geography last year students involved a project of socio-economic condition in the village survey. Under this our students prepared a socio-economic village survey as per university guide line. Last year we select Ashawadi (Tal. Dindori) village for this purpose.

Every year organized Geographical study tour for understanding the various geographical processes and human activities in different geographical areas.

State Level Seminar organized by the department entitled

“Indian Agricultural: Problems and Perspective”, date 2-3 Feb. 2013, sponsored by BCUD University of Pune.

Apart from the co-curricular activities the Department also takes an interest in organizing several extracurricular activities for the students. Extra Coaching for Competitive Examinations

NET/SET AND MPSC AND UPSC

Guest Lectures

Guest lectures are organized to give the students a broader perspective of the subject. Topics of contemporary relevance are selected. Here is just a sample list.

  • Prof. A. S Aapate,X head, Dept. of Geography, LVH college Panchavati, Nashik.
  • Dr. S. N. Nikam, Principal, SPVH College, Malegaon.
  • Prof. Prashant Magar, Head, Dept. of Geography, AmruteshwerCollegeVinzar, Pune.
  • Dr. C.M. Nikam, Head, Dept. of Geography M.S.G.College Malegaon-camp.
  • Prof. E.K. Karanjkhele, Dept. of Geography, KTHM College Nashik.
  • Dr. P.S. Hire, Dept. of Geography,HPT/RYK College, Nashik.
  • Dr. N.H.Raundal, PrindcipalSurgana College, Dist. Nashik.
  • Prof. KiranHugade, MVP’s Arts, Sci. & Com. College, Sinner.

Special Activities

Series of group discussions are held on several topics like

  • Environment Awareness.
  • Soil Conservation
  • Water conservation
  • Pollution
  • Population Education
  • Tree Plantation
  • Rain Water Harvesting
  • Resources Management

Study Tours

Department of Geography Conducts several visits for developing a broad orientation Visits to places of Physical, Cultural, Social, Economic, Environmental interest. Study tours are conducted often to break the monotony of class room teaching and to get practical experiences.

Analytical Writing

  • The participation of the students was also ensured in the College Magazine.
  • Teachers day is celebrated by the students by felicitating the teachers to express their gratitude to them
  • Departmental picnics are organized to places like Ajantha and Ellora, Mahabaleshwar, Matheran, Goa and so on. This helps in developing an informal environment in the department which enriches teacher student’s dialogue.

Evaluation of Students

  • Internal Examinations are conducted through the centralized system
  • Weekly tutorials are undertaken by the respective teachers on aspects of the subject covered during that period
  • The centralized examination system does not allow the tutorial marks to be incorporated into the internal marks
  • Demonstrations’ by P.G. students also forms a basis for judging whether they have grasped the subject taught in the class. It gives training to the students who aspire to make teaching as their career.

Apart from this the students are also involved (Through NSS/NCC/Sports) in several other activities by which they contribute to the society.

NET/SET Qualified Student

Sr. No. Name of the Student Exam Qualified Year
1 Hugade Kiran NET 2011
2 Sonawane Pratima NET 2011
3 Patil Rakesh NET 2012
4 Patil Archana NET 2012
5 Khurche Rajendra NET 2012
6 Mungse Ganesh NET 2012
7 Kalskar Lalit NET 2012
8 Chavan Ramesh NET 2013
9 Khandavi Jagdish NET 2013
10 Anwat Vithhal NET 2013
11 Anwat Vithhal SET 2013
12 Mule Machindra NET 2013
13 Shinde Sunil NET 2013
14 Darekar Manik NET 2014
15 Kalskar Lalit SET 2014
16 Nerkar Nilesh Bhagwan NET 2014
17 Date Pradip SET 2015
18 Dhatrak Swapnil SET 2015
19 Kumbhar Bhagwan NET 2015
20 Date Pradip NET 2016
21 Dhatrak Swapnil NET 2016
22 Kumbhar Bhagwan NET/JRE 2016
23 Date Pradip NET/JRE 2016
24 Pagare Dipali Pandurang NET 2017
25 Salunke Devidas Santosh SET 2018

Workshops/Seminars conducted by Department

Sr. No. Title Duration (From date/to date) Level (State/National/ International) Name of Coordinator
1 Two Day State Level Conference on Tourism 27-28 Sept. 2003 State Dr. P. Y. Vyalij
2 Indian Agriculture: Problems & Perspectives 02-03 Feb.2013 State Dr. P. Y. Vyalij
3 SYBA/BSc & MA/MSc II Year Geography Syllabus Restructuring Workshop 5th March 2014 District Dr. P. Y. Vyalij
4 Student Centric Workshop on Management of Water in Drought Prone Area 11th March 2014 District Dr. P. Y. Vyalij
5 “Climate Change and Sustainability” 24-25 Jan.2017 State Dr. M. P. Pagar

Teaching Faculty

Dr. R. V. Patil

Head & Assistant Professor
M.A., B.Ed., ADCSSA & A, M.Phil., NET, Ph.D.
16 Yrs

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Dr. P. Y. Vyalij

Associate Professor
M.A., Ph.D.
31 Yrs

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Dr. M. P. Pagar

Associate Professor
M.Sc., Ph.D.
28 Yrs

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Prof. S. P. Dhatrak

Assistance Professor
Non-Grant, Fix Pay
M.Sc., NET, SET
6 Yrs

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Prof. Smt. K. M. Ghate

Assistance Professor
Non-Grant, Fix Pay
M.A., NET
8 Yrs

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Total Full time faculty Ph.D. qualified M.Phil. qualified Total Fix Pay faculty
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