रक्षा एवं स्त्रातेजिक अध्ययन विषय में दो सीटों के बढने के कारण क्रेट 2019 की संशोधित कट आॅफ इसे प्रकार है। अनारक्षित वर्ग 155 अंक तक, पिछडा वर्ग 137 अंक तक, अनुसूचित जाति 145 अंक तक, अभ्यर्थी अपने समस्त मुल प्रमाण पत्रों वे शोध प्रस्ताव के साथ दिनंाक 13/09/2019 को समय 11 बजे रक्षा एवं स्त्रातेजिक अध्ययन विभाग में साक्षात्कार हेतु उपस्थित हों।
Head, Department of Psychology, AU:
The Practical Examination (Second) in Psychology for B.A./B.Sc. I, II, and III have been scheduled for September 17, 2019 at 9:30am in the Department of Psychology, University of Allahabad. Kindly contact Dr. Shanti Suman.
Coordinator Centre of Matrerials Science, AU
M. Sc. III Sem (2019-20) students are given the following topics for their Minor Projects (convertible to Major Projects in IV Sem). They are required to give their 3-4 choice (topic may be changed as per suggestion of the supervisor) in order of preference by 12 Sept 2019 so that projects may be allocated to them. Minor projects are to be completed by Dec. 05, 2019 and subsequent major project (in IV Sem) by April 30, 2020.
Prof. Ravindra Dhar
Synthesis and characterization of Ceramic/PZT/Ferroic materials.
Synthesis and characterization of nano-particles/LC-Nano Composties.
Anti Ferroelectric/Nematic Liquid Crystal Display Materials.
Solar/Photo Voltaic Cells
Dr. M. K. Singh
Nano composites of Magnetoelectric Material ions
Dielectric nano materials
Nanoparticles of pure and doped ZnO for the UV sensor
Dr. Prashant Dubey
Nanomaterials for water purification
Biogenic/ Green approach for nanomaterials preparation
Dr. Brajendra Singh
Gas Sensing Materials
Ion Conducting Materials
Dr. Rajiv Giri
Rietveld analysis of x-ray diffraction patterns.
Synthesis and characterization of perovskite like materials.
Synthesis and characterization of Carbon related nano materials
This is with reference to the instruction received from Hon'ble Minister of Human Resources Development, Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD) vide letter No. M.11018/15/2018-CDN Dated 08th August 2019 in respect of "instruction of Hon'ble HRM during 100 days meeting held on 05th August 2019". Copy of the instructions dated 06th August 2018, is enclosed herewith. which is self explanatory.
In this context it is requested to take neceassary action as per the instruction of Hon'ble Minister of Human Resources Development and an action taken report in the matter, should be mabe available to the office of the Undersigned as earliest for onwards submission to the Ministry of Human Resource Development.
Head, Department of Sociology, AU
Public lecture on “Insights on Fieldwork and Academic Writings”
The Department of Sociology in collaboration with UGC HRDC, University of Allahabad, organized its 15 th Public Lecture on “Insights on Fieldwork and Academic Writings” by Prof. P.S. Vivek, a senior professor at the Department of Sociology, University of Mumbai, on 11 th September, 2019.Prof. R.K. Singh, Director HRDC was the chair of the event. Prof. Ashish Saxena, the head Department of Sociology formally welcomed the distinguished guest and explained about the proceedings of the programme. Dr. Muneer Illath, faculty member in Department of Sociology, spoke briefly about the series of activities organized by the Department. Prof. A.R. Siddiqui, the Coordinator of the Orientation Program UGC HRDC, offered formal vote of thanks. Prof. Vivek mainly emphasized on the importance of doing field study in a natural setting. He said that research techniques such as participant observation, direct interviews and case studies
should be widely used for the data collections in the field. Informed understanding about the field settings, especially its cultural specificities and dimensions, needs to be given utmost importance while considering the quality of research that we are undertaking. The second section of his lecture focused on academic writings. He said that systematic and scientific writings require deep insights about the purpose, process and possible outcomes of these writings. This exercise involves different stages such as brainstorming, free writing, mind mapping, branching and topic analysis. Good academic writings also require wide and deep reading along with listening skills and a critical thinking. The public lecture was attended by the teacher candidates of UGC HRDC, college faculties, guest faculties, research scholars and post-graduate students of Sociology in large numbers.