STATISTICS DEPARTMENT

Profile of the Statistics Department

 

 

Responses

1.  

Name of the Department

DEPARTMENT OF Statistics

2.  

Year of Establishment

1954

3.  

Number of Teachers sanctioned and present position

02

02

4.  

Number of Administrative Staff

01

5.  

Number of Technical Staff

NIL

6.  

Number of Teachers and Students

2:180

7.  

Demand Ratio (No. of seats: No. of applications)

1:5

8.  

Ratio of Teachers to Students

1:90

9.  

Number of research scholars who had their master’s degree from other institutions

Not Applicable

10.         

The year when the curriculum was revised last

2017

11.         

Number of students passed NET/SLET etc. (last two years)

Not Applicable

12.         

Success Rate of students (What is the pass percentage  as compared to the University average?

95%

13.         

University Distinction/ Ranks

20

14.         

Publications by faculty (last 5 years)

1 Calendar

2 Text books

 

15.         

Awards and recognition received by faculty (last five years)

Nil

16.         

Faculty who have Attended National and International Seminars (last five years)

04

01

17.         

Number of National and International seminars organized (Last five years)

NIL

NIL

18.         

Number of teachers engaged in consultancy and the revenue generated

02

NIL

19.         

Number of Ongoing projects and its total outlay

NIL

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20.         

Research projects completed during last two & its total outlay

NIL

NIL

21.         

Number of inventions and patents

NIL

NIL

22.         

Number of Ph. D theses guided during the last two years

NIL

23.         

Number of Books in the Departmental Library, if any

200

24.         

Number of Journals/Periodicals

Nil

25.         

Number of Computers

01

26.         

Annual Budget

NIL

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Evaluative Report of the Department

 

Name of the Department             :         DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS

 

Year of Establishment                 :         1954

 

This college was started in 1948 in the present Zilla Parishad building. In 1954, the  present building got ready and two years B.A. Mathematics was started. For B.A. Mathematics students, the subject ‘statistics’ was taught as one of the six papers. In 1958, with the introduction of the three years B.A. degree the combination became B.A. Mathematics (Main) with Economics and Statistics as additionals. In this Statistics was taught as two papers from 1954 to 1962, the subject Statistics was taught by Sri. P.Seshappa. In his advice, his student studied M.Sc(Statistics) and joined the department in 1962. In 1964, all the three subjects became equal. The combination became B.A. with Mathematics, Economics and Statistics. In addition B.Sc with Maths, Physics and Statistics was started in 1964. The first post of Asst. Lecturer in Statistics in A.P was sanctioned to this college in 1964. The second post of Asst. Lecturer in Statistics was sanctioned in 1967. In 1971, the first post of lecturer in Statistics in A.P. was sanctioned to this college. The department of Statistics grew under the guidance of Sri P.Seshappa from 1964 to 1973, each combination has twenty four students.

 

          With the introduction of S.S.C and Intermediate, the no. of students studying Maths became less from 1971. So, from 1974 to 1981, the no. of students in the combination Maths, Economics and Statistics was minimum i.e., 10, the combination Maths, Physics and Statistics was discontinued due to lack of students, from 1981, the demand once again increased, 30 students used to join, from 1999 to 2006, the department run with part-time lecturers in statistics. Now the combination in B.Sc. is Maths, Statisstics and Computer Science with 60 students.

 

          1954 to 1958                 Statistics was taught as one paper.

          1958 to 1964                 Statistics was taught as two papers.

          1964 to 2012                 practicals papers

 

2012 to till date    Statistics is taught as 8 theory papers(semester wise  + 8 practicals papers(semester wise)