The Rayat Shikshan Santha’s Radhabai Kale Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Ahmednagar was founded in 1989 and the Department of Physics started from June 1991.

Department Profile - Brochure

Year of establishment Name of the HoD Number of faculty
June 1991 Subject of F.Y.B.Sc.
June 2014 Department of T.Y.B.Sc.
 Mr. Anil K, Kapare                   06

Faculty Profile

Sr.No. Name of Faculty Designation Qualification
1 Mr.Anil K.Kapare Associate professor M.Sc. M.Phil.
2 Mr.Pravin V.Kurkute Assistance professor M.Sc.
3 Mr.Kiran S Pawar Assistance Professor M.Sc.,B.Ed.
4 Miss.Anuja B Abdule Assistance professor M.Sc. Set.
5 Mr. Ajinath Sasane Lab. Assistant B.Sc.
6 Mr. Rajesh A.Pandit Lab Attendant HSC

Departmental Facilities

  • LCD Projector
  • Computers
  • B. B. Landline and Wi-Fi Internet
  • Sophistical practical set up
  • Darkroom for experiment in optics
  • Repairing and maintenance room
  • Circuit designing, building and testing
  • Practical slips and charts
  • Previous Question paper bank
  • Previous Project Reports for reference

e-Waste Management Activity


Vision

The department aims at projecting the scientific and technological developments of students. Critical reasoning and the programs aimed at reinforcing the motivations and skills of students.

Mission

  • The scope for academicals excellence and leadership in physical sciences. The designed program prepare graduates to face the general challenges of a professional career and further studies in physics.
  • Student centered projects endeavors to fulfill the immediate and future needs and interests of a variety of students.

Goals

  • Maintaining the physical science activities on modern platforms.
  • Following of the advanced technologies by means of maintaining educational and research based activities
  •     Develop logical argumentation skills.
  •     Develop a strong commitment to ethics, academic and professional integrity, pride in the cultural identity and respect for other to help the students become responsible citizen of the nation and the world.
  •     Acting as the driving, improving and pioneering force forever's aspect of the national physics education and applications.
  • Short Term Goals:
      Understand the nature of science.
    Understand the nature of science.
      Qualitatively analyze and solve problems.
  • Medium Term Goals:
      Gain the ability to think critically.
      To provide high quality physics education and equipping students for higher education.
  • Long Term Goals:
      To provide students with state of the art knowledge in Physics to equip students to ompete globally.
      To develop among students, sensitivity to contribute to the betterment of society through knowledge in Physics.
      Get insight into the processes of life.

Course & Syllabus

Syllabus

Student Student

Year F.Y.B.Sc. S.Y.B.Sc. T.Y.B.Sc. Total
2013-14 132 24 -- 156
2014-15 160 35 07 202
2015-16 149 45 11 205
2016-17 190 52 10 252
2017-18 170 54 11 235
2018-19 144 64 14 222

Topper List

Sr.No Name of the Students Year Marks Obtained (%) Rank
1 Nagargoje Sujata Bhaskar 2013-14 88.66 1
2 Walunj Ankita Baban 2013-14 8.66 2
3 Durgayya Madhavi Dilip 2013-14 85 3
4 Jadhav Dipali Kisan 2014-15 87.33 1
5 Gholap Vidya Balasaheb 2014-15 82.33 2
6 Chaudhari Punam Bapusaheb 2014-15 79.00 3
7 Jagatap Snehal Bhausaheb 2015-16 88.33 1
8 Bhonde Akshada Eknath 2015-16 81.33 2
9 Ithape Trupti Haribhau 2015-16 79.00 3
10 Kandake Jyoti Mahadev 2016-17 93.66 1
11 Sayyed Saniya Sameer 2016-17 92.00 2
12 Khan Yasmin Moh.Akram 2016-17 90.00 3
13 Berad Kanchan Machhindra 2017-18 92.33 1
14 Bhandari Rajeshwari Santosh 2017-18 89.66 2
15 Zende Shital Jaysing 2017-18 88.33 3

Academic Calendar

Month Events
June Counselling and Admissions
July Remedial Teaching
August Group Discussion and Seminar
September Presentations of students on various topics and Unit Tests
October Term End Examinations
November Diwali Vacations
December Group Discussion, Seminar
January Unit Tests
February Presentations of students on various topics
March & April University exam
May Vacation