DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY : Introduction
Established in 1987
Geography subject is taught on general level for undergraduate courses.
Department of Geography is one man Department. Dr.Mrs.Vileena Inamdar is a head of this Department.
Geography subject is taught on general level for undergraduate courses. Students have to study the following subjects For first year -Principles of Geomorphology For Second year –Disaster Management For Third year – Regional Geography of India. Throughout the year Department is active. Along with class teaching Department takes efforts for students over all development.
We conduct local visits to Weather forecasting institute(Simla office),University of Pune, for observing various landform features we organise visit to Taljai pleatue, we organise visit to Okayama and Empress Garden for observing Geographical, Environmental and Botanical aspects of the garden.
As a social responsibility we organise, Clothes Drive, under this drive we collect old clothes from College staff and students and donate it for the poor people residing near Dandekar slum area, Rajeev Gandhi Nagar Slum Area and Tribal people of Gadchirholi. We celebrate different International Days. We celebrate International Yoga Day, World population day, World science day etc. and organise guest lectures, visits, quiz competitions. We send students for participating State or University l level seminars in various colleges. We organise different events for our students.
DEPARTMENTAL EXPERTISE AND SERVICES
- Web conduct and deliver lectures for soft skill course under SPPU on the subject Yoga & Health, Personality Development, Music Therapy.
- We give lectures on the extramural Department of SPP University for Babasaheb Jaikar Vyakhyan Mala and Yashvantrao Chavhan Vyakhyan mala on Subject – Health Management and Personality Development.
- We Conducte Field visits Taljai for identifying various Weathering processes.
- We Organize Quiz based on General Knowledge and Geography based questions for FY, SY, and TY Students.
Department is organizing a skill-based short course on “Yogic Practices” for the students of Arts, Science and Commerce of our college.