Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University

Department of Psychology


Review of X Plan Implementation and Assessment of Requirement for XI Plan

 1. Name of the University Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur
2. Name of the Department Department of Psychology,  D.S.A. & ASIHSS
3. Year of Establishment 1957 (Building established, 1964)
4. Date of Visit 11th August, 2008
5. No. of students who applied & got admission in various courses in last 3 years :

 

Year

U.G.

P.G.

M.Phil.

Ph.D.

Applied

Admitted

Applied

Admitted

Applied

Admitted

Applied

Admitted

2004-05

 

240

 

45

 

 

 

 

2005-06

 

350

 

50

 

 

 

 

2006-07

 

450

 

48

 

13

 

38

6.         When was the syllabus last revised by the Department?       

B.A. I. (2004) Fundamental Psychology,             M.A.II (2007) Health Psychology
            M.Phil (2007) General Comprehension,             Advanced Research Methods,                              Cognitive Processes

7.         Non-teaching staff


Name

Designation

Pay-scale

Qualification

Nature of Duty

S.N. Singh
Office Astt.

4500-7000

Graduate

Office Astt.
Moti Lal
Lab Astt.

4500-7000

Intermediate

Lab Astt.
Hari Pd. Mani
Lab Astt.

3050-4590

M.A., LL.B.

Lab Astt.
Hari Shankar
Farass

2750-4400

High School

Farass
Bal Chand
Parichar

2750-4400

8th

Parichar
Ganga Ram
Lab Bearer

2750-4400

Intermediate

Lab Bearer
Anil Kumar Srivastava
Lab Bearer

2550-3200

Graduate

Lab Bearer
Niwas Ali
Sweeper

2750-4400

IlIiterate

Sweeper

 


 

University Grants Commission

8.       Teaching Staff:

Name of the teacher

Designation

Qualification

Teaching load in clock hours per week

No. of research students working for Ph.D.

No. of research papers published in journals during Xth Plan

No. of refresher & other Courses attended during Xth Plan

Conference/ Workshop Symposium attended during Xth Plan

International

National

Orientation

Refresher

International

National

Prof. N.K.M. Tripathi Professor & Head

M.A., Ph.D.

20

8

03

-

-

-

02

30

Prof. A.K. Saxena

Professor

M.A., Ph.D.

20

6

-

-

-

-

-

10

Prof. A.N. Tripathi

Professor

M.A., Ph.D.

20

6

-

-

-

-

-

18

Prof. P.S.N. Tiwari

Professor & Coordinator

M.A.,
D. Phil

20

6

-

-

-

-

-

25

Dr. Sushma
Pandey

Reader

M.A., Ph.D.

22

4

02

07

-

02

04

20

Sri Dhananjaya  Kumar

Sr. Lecturer

M.A., NET

24

4

-

-

-

03

-

15

Dr. Anubhuti Dubey

Sr. Lecturer

M.A., NET, Ph.D.

24

4

-

04

-

03

01

20

                                                                                                                                                (See the profile)

9.         Building
            Total area of the Department (in sq. ft./Sqm.)                             = 1132 Sq. Meter
           
            Total Laboratory area of the Department (in sq.ft./Sqm)           = 145.61 Sq. Meter

10.       Books & Journals


No. of books on the subject in

National Journals subscribed
(give names)

International Journals subscribed
(give names)

Central Library

Department Library

 

1652

03
(See Annexure 1)

15
(See Annexure 2)

University Grants Commission

11.       Equipment :


i)
Names of the Equipments in the Department worth Rs. One lakh and above along with the cost

NIL

ii)

Names of the equipment purchased in the X Plan worth Rs. One lakh and above

 

NIL

iii)

Percent utilization of equipments

NIL

iv)

Whether the equipment is also used by other Departments/ Colleges/other outside agencies (Give details)

NO

12.       Whether all teachers are provided room/cubical and necessary furniture


Type of accommodation

Percentage of teachers provided such accommodation

Independent room/cubical

Each Staff member has separate room with furniture

Room on twin sharing basis

NO

Room on sharing basis

NO

13.       Whether the department is identified by UGC as Special Assistance Programme (SAP), Department Research Support (DRS), Department of Special Assistance (DSA), and Centre of Advance Study (CAS)?
If yes, since when & level             
Yes, This Department is recognized as D.S.A. (SAP) Phase III since 01.04.2004 and ASIHSS from 01.04.2005.

14.       Whether the department organized any national/International conference/seminars/ symposia/workshop etc. during X Plan? (If yes, give details)     
Yes, This D.S.A. Psychology department had organized five national seminars and ASIHSS had also organized one National Seminar and one workshop and no International conference was held till now.

 

University Grants Commission

15. Whether the department organized any training programme for industry/community during X Plan? (If yes, give details) Yes, this department has organized program for prevention of Japanese Encephalitis under ASIHSS and the department had also organized a cognitive awareness program in villages of Kushinagar and Gorakhpur.

 

16.Whether the department has undertaken any consultancy work during X Plan? (if yes, give details)    Yes, Consultancy programme for stress management and promotion of well being, social problems like child abuse and domestic violence, career counseling and well being of community specially disadvantaged and weaker section people.

 

17.       Whether any research project has been undertaken in the last five years? (if yes, give details)    Yes

Name of the teacher

Title of the project

Duration

Funding Agency

Amount (Rs.)

Dr. (Mrs.) S.Pandey Social Dynamics of Child Abuse and its Psychological Consequences in Eastern Districts of U.P. 2001-05 U.G.C. 311568.00
Dr. (Mrs.) S.Pandey Psycho-Social Dynamics of Domestic Violence and its Impact of Children 2006-07 NCW 16600.00

    

18. Whether the Department received any grants from various schemes of the UGC? (if yes, give details)Yes, Major Research Project and Minor Research Projects were completed.

 

19. Whether any financial assistance was received from sources other than UGC?Yes, National Commission for Women (NCW), New Delhi

 

20.What are the essential facilities the department needs during XI Plan?(Please give justification)This Department needs a lot of facilities during XIth Plan in order to make it Advanced Study Centre (CAS) in Psychology.This Department needs a Big Conference hall; its cost will be 25 lakhs.This department needs a big library hall and its cost will be 20 lakhs.This department needs Books & Journals of 10 lakhs. This department needs biofeedback and some other such instruments for behavioral intervention of 10 lakhs.This Department needs Mobile Van its cost will be 10 Lakhs for visiting in villages and promoting psychological skills, guidance and counseling and for cognitive awareness.Computer for faculty members, research students and M.Phil. students and others its cost would be 3 lakhs.

 

Research Associates (04)

i)    There salary may be 15000x12x5x4      =          36,00000.00

ii)   Computer Operator (01) 10000x12x5    =            6,00000.00

iii)  Accountant (01) 10000x12x5                   =            6,00000.00

iv) Asstt. Librarian (01) 10000x12x5            =            6,00000.00

v) Driver (01) 5000x12x5                                 =            3,00000.00

vi) Contingency expenses like

     Fuel maintenance 10000x12x5                =            6,00000.00

21.Whether the university is using new teaching methods like, instructional television instructional radio, and computer added instruction, programmed teaching, team teaching etc.

(Please give details)                       

Yes, Instructional T.V., Radio Tape Recorder, Over Head Projector (OHP), Computer Seminars and Group Discussion. 22.     Any Special contribution of the department: 
This DSA Psychology Department has published a number of text books and translated a few books in Hindi language for psychology students. This department had pioneered in studying the area of psychology of deprivation and developed standardized tools for studying the effect of deprivation on a number of psychological processes. This department has also been specialized in experimental, cognitive and basic theoretical researches. Apart from this a significant contribution has been made in the area of psychology of motivation in general and approval motive, achievement motive and aggression in particular. From the last five years a few faculty members have envisaged important environmental and social problems affecting the efficacy of psychosocial potentials of human being. Recently, an Ernst health problem specific to eastern U.P. i.e. Japanese Encephalitis has been approached by a team of faculty members who have launched very meaningful and significant cognitive awareness program for the people living in impoverished conditions in villages.

 

ANNEXURE-1

International Journals

Psychological Review.

American Psychologist.

Child Abuse and Neglect.

Developmental Psychology.

Abnormal Psychology.

Applied Psychology.

Journal of Counseling Psychology.

Journal of Experimental Psychology Applied.

Journal of Experimental Psychology General.

Personality and Individual Differences.

Psychological Bulletin.

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

Journal of Educational Psychology.

Journal of Environmental Development.

Journal of Environment and Behavior. 

ANNEXURE-2

National Journals

Indian Psychological Abstracts.

Psychology and Developing Society.

Psychological Studies.

Special Contributions

1. Aadhunik Prayogic Manovigyan Prof. L.B. Tripathi
2. Aadhunik Samagic Manovigyan Prof. G.D. Rastogi
3. vikasatmak Manovigyan Prof. J.N. Lal
4. Manovaigyanic Anusandhan Paddhati Prof. L.B. Tripathi
5. Aadhunic Daihik Manovigyan Prof. A.N. Tripathi
6. Asamanya Manovigyan Prof. G.D. Rastogi
7. Manovaigyanic Vikritiya Prof. J.N. Lal
8. Paryavaran Manovigyan Prof. P.S.N. Tiwari
9. Psychological Consequences of Prolong Deprivation Prof. G. Misra & Prof. L.B. Tripathi
10. Approval Motive Prof. N.K.M. Tripathi
11. Indigenous Psychology Indian Context Prof. N.K.M. Tripathi
12. Arjuna's Depression Prof. A.K. Saxena
13. Achievement Motive Prof. A. Agarwal
14. Manovaigyanic Sankhiki Prof. L.B. Tripathi, Prof. Babban Mishra
15. Manovaigyanic Sankhiki Prof. G.N. Lal
16. Many Psychological Instrument  
17. Psychological Consequences of Child Abuse Dr. (Mrs.) S. Pandey
18. Psycho-Social Aspects of Domestic Violence "
19. Manav Vikas Ka Manovigyan "
20. The Great Women of India "
21. The Great Social Scientists of India "
22. Health Promotion, Prevention of HIV/AIDS and Population Regulation : Strategies for Developing Countries "
23. Stress Behavior : Coping Strategies "
24. Psychological Perspectives in Environmental and Developmental Issues "
25. Health Strategies and Population Regulation Dr. (Mrs.) S. Pandey
26. Reproductive Health of Humankind in Asia and Africa : A Global Perspective "
27. Adhunik Samajik Manovigyan "
28. Population Dyanmics in Indian States "
29. An Introduction to Psychology "
30. An Introduction to Psychology "
31. An Introduction to Psychology "
32. Challenges of Feminism : Indian and Canadian Perspectives "

 

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