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इसपामकोपढ़ने के बादवाथयकोह दाकरणकाअछाानआ।  इसपामके अययनके बादवाथसं े षणसे परचतए।  इसपामके अययनके बादवाथमु यवधाकएकएकरचनापढ़करजानगएहै कइनवधाम ले खकसमाजककनसमयाकोहमारे सामने रखनाचाहताहै
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Department of Psychology

Department of Psychology

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY Programme Specific Outcomes of BA Psychology Course Outcome for BA Semester I -: DSC PSY 1A Fundamentals of Psychology After completing the course, the student will be able to
    CO1: Understand the application of various schools of Psychology and its difference from Psychiatry.
    CO2: Learn the functioning of the nervous system, all the sense organs and its application to Psychology.
    CO3: Get acquainted with the application of memory processes and principles of Psychology.
Course Outcome for BA Semester I -: PSY1A Child Psychology After completing the course, the student will be able to
    CO1: Understand the cognitive and social development of children.
    CO2: Identify the various social influences on the development of children.
    CO 3: Learn to connect with special children.
Course Outcome for BA Semester I -:PSY1A Psychology Practicum After completing the course, the student will be able to
    CO1: Understand the different research methods used in Psychology as a scientific discipline.
    CO2: Know that Psychology is not only theoretical based but also can be used practically in everyday life.
    CO3: Learn how to conduct experiments and analyze their own results.
    CO4: Understand the application of various scientific tools/methods used to conduct experiments in the laboratory.
    CO6: Conduct and analyze results of experiments using the Cog lab software.
Course Outcome for BA Semester II-: DSC PSY 3B Fundamentals of Psychology After completing the course, the student will be able to
    CO1: Develop knowledge of major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings and historical trends in Psychology.
    CO2: Learn the application of research methods and conduct basic experiments in Psychology.
    CO3: Get acquainted with the role of emotions, motivations and application of Personality theories to different areas of life.
Course Outcome for BA Semester II -: PSY 2B Psychology of Adolescence After completing the course, the student will be able to
    CO1: Understand the basic concepts and trends in adolescent psychology.
    CO1: Apply psychological principles to different areas of adolescent life.
    CO2: Identify the common problems occurring in adolescence and learn how to take preventive action.
Course Outcome for BA Semester II -:Psychology Practicum After completing the course, the student will be able to
    CO1: Understand the importance of conducting experiments and communicate its results to others.
    CO2: Learn and be aware of various scientific tools that can be used to conduct experiments in Psychology.
    CO3: Provide exposure and learn the application of computers in experimental research in a laboratory setup.
Course Outcome for BA Semester III -:DSC PSC 103 Social Psychology After completing the course, the student will be able to
    CO1: Understand the important concepts in Social Psychology.
    CO2: To explore the tactics involved in impression management and rectify common errors in making judgments.
    CO 3: Get acquainted with the process of attitude formation.
    CO 4: Learn the ways of nuances of managing relationships.
Course Outcome for BA Semester III -: SEC PSS 101Stress Management After completing the course, the student will be able to
    CO1: Understand the application of various theoretical principals of Stress Management.
    CO2:Apply various coping strategies in personal, social & professional life.
    CO3:Get acquainted in managing stressful situations and life expectations positively.
Course Outcome for BA Semester III -: GE PSG 103Psychology of Gender and Identity After completing the course, the student will be able to
    CO1: Understand the application of various theoretical principals of the Psychology of Gender & Identity.
    CO2: Explore the impact of gender stereotyping in day to day life.
    CO3: Apply various stances towards gender & identity.
Course Outcome for BA Semester III -: Psychology Practicum After completing the course, the student will be able to
    CO 1: Understand the different research methods used in Psychology as a scientific discipline.
    CO 2: Know that Psychology is not only theory based but also can be used practically used in everyday life.
Course Outcome for BA Semester IV -: DSC PSC 104 Social Psychology After completing the course, the student will be able to
    CO1: Understand the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings and trends in social psychology.
    CO2: Associate with the research work in the field of social psychology.
    CO3: Apply psychological principles to different areas of social life; with special reference to prosocial behaviour.
Course Outcome for BA Semester IV -: SEC PSS102Psychology and Life Adjustment After completing the course, the student will be able to
    CO1: Understand basic application of various theoretical principals of Psychology and Life Adjustment.
    CO2:Applythe value of Psychologically adjusting to personal, social & professional life adjustment.
    CO3: Get acquainted with a positive stance towards life adjustment.
Course Outcome for BA Semester IV -: GE PSG 104 Psychology and Media After completing the course, the student will be able to
    CO1: Understand the application of various theoretical principals of the Psychology of Media.
    CO2: Explore the impact of Media on Cognition and Behavior among people.
    CO3: Learn the application of various stances of Media Psychology.
Course Outcome for BA Semester IV -: Psychology Practicum After completing the course, the student will be able to
    CO 1: Understand the different research methods used in Psychology as a scientific discipline.
• CO 2: Know that Psychology is not only theory based but also can be used practically in everyday life. Course Outcome for BA Semester V -:VIII Psychological Testing After completing the course, the student will be able to • CO1: Understand the different types of psychological tests and its application. • CO2: Acquaint themselves with the background, norms and interpretation of common tests used in psychology. Course Outcome for BA Semester V -: IX Experimental Psychology After completing the course, the student will be able to • CO1: Understand the application of various theoretical principals of Experimental Psychology. • CO2: Explorethe value of research methodologies in professional life. • CO3: Get acquainted with the ethical principles while conducting research. Course Outcome for BA Semester V -: VII Abnormal of Psychology -I After completing the course, the student will be able to • CO1: Understand the application of various theoretical principals of Abnormal Psychology. • CO2: Find out the difference in the role of a Psychologist from that of Psychiatrist. • CO3: Learn the application of various therapies, with the disorders in Abnormal Psychology. Course Outcome for BA Semester V -: V Statistics After completing the course, the student will be able to • CO1: Understand the application of Statistics in Psychological research. • CO2: Learn the different techniques in Statistics. • CO3: Apply Statistics in everyday life situation. Course Outcome for BA Semester V -: VI Health Psychology After completing the course, the student will be able to • CO1: Acquaint themselves with the psychological, behavioral and cultural factors which contribute to physical health and illness. • CO2: Understand the importance of health promotion activities and will help in creating awareness for the same. • CO 3: Create an awareness about chronic diseases which are caused due to lifestyle changes. • CO 4: Incorporate a healthier lifestyle. Course Outcome for BA Semester V -: X Psychology Practical- I After completing the course, the student will be able to • CO1: Learn how to conduct and analyze their own results. • CO2: Apply a scientific perspective of psychology to human behavior. • CO 3: Understand the various scientific tools/methods that are used to conduct research in the laboratory. • CO 4: Conduct and analyze results of experiments using the Cog lab software. Course Outcome for BA Semester VI -: XII Criminal Psychology After completing the course, the student will be able to • CO1: Understand the basic concepts, causes and measures of criminal behavior. • CO2: Get acquainted with theoretical perspectives of crime. • CO3:Familiar with sexual offending, causes and prevention. • CO5: Be aware of various strategies to prevent crime. Course Outcome for BA Semester VI -: XIII Organizational Behavior After completing the course, the student will be able to • CO1: Understand the challenges and opportunities for O.B • CO 2: Explore the barriers of effective communication. • CO3: Develop an understanding to the motivation theories involved in O.B. • CO4: Be aware of the different leadership styles and the importance of team work in organizations. Course Outcome for BA Semester VI -: XIVAbnormal Psychology - II After completing the course, the student will be able to • CO1: Understand the application of various theoretical principals of Abnormal Psychology. • CO2: Explore the difference in the role of a Psychologist from that of Psychiatrist. • CO3: Learn the application of various principles, therapies, concerning the disorders in Abnormal Psychology and get some practical knowledge in the subject. Course Outcome for BA Semester VI -: XV Personality Theories After completing the course, the student will be able to • CO1: Understand the basic concepts of personality, basic research, issues and perspectives in the study of personality. • CO2: Get acquainted with Psychoanalytic & Neoanalytic Perspectives of personality theories. • CO 3: Develop an interest in the viewpoints of the Trait & Cognitive Perspective of personality theories. • CO 4: Familiarize with the students Humanistic/ Existential and Social-Behavioral Perspectives of personality theories. Course Outcome for BA Semester VI -: XVI Positive Psychology After completing the course, the student will be able to • CO1: Understand the application of Positive Psychology. • CO2: Develop an interest in research methods of Positive Psychology • CO 3: Learn to apply principles of Positive Psychology to different areas of life. Course Outcome for BA Semester VI -: XVII Psychology Practical -II After completing the course, the student will be able to • CO1: Learn how to conduct and analyze their own results. • CO2: Apply a scientific perspective of psychology to human behavior. • CO3: Understand the various scientific tools/methods that are used to conduct research in the laboratory. • CO4: Conduct and analyze results of laboratory experiments.  Programme Specific Outcomes of BA Psychology • After completing the programme, a Psychology graduate will be able to: • PSO1: Analyze major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, research methods and historical trends in social, child, organizational behaviour, psychological testing, criminal and abnormal psychology. • PSO2: Conduct basic experiments and apply psychological principles to different areas of life with the changing trends in psychology and understand the difference between the role of a psychologist and psychiatrist. • PSO3: Use effective ways of communication in organizations, create awareness and understand the nature of effective leadership styles. • PSO4: Test various concepts in the laboratory setup, gain practical knowledge of test administration, scoring and interpretation of results.
Dept._activitiesDr. Rajendra Hegde, for the Inaugural function of the Psychology Club and Diploma Course in Counseling Techniques
Sr. No.Name of the FacultyE-mailContact No.DesignationQualificationYears of ExperiencePublicationSpecialisation
 1Dr. Freda Cota Pereirafreeda_cota@rediffmail.com9421153638Assistant ProfessorM.A, NET17 Years11Industrial Psychology
2Cedila Pereira e Gomescedilla_123pereira.com9923887943Assistant ProfessorM.A, SET14 Years13 Clinical Psychology
3Karun Cheriankarun1994@gmail.com9637149730Assistant ProfessorM.A2.5 Years   Clinical Psychology 
4Bena F. D'Souzagorgeousben21@gmail.com8806642614Assistant ProfessorM.A1 YearClinical Psychology
5Sweta S. Matonkarshwetamatonkar@gmail.com9834761059Assistant ProfessorM.A, SET1Clinical Psychology

Konakani

Department of Konkani
    The Department of Konkani was established in the year 1977. The College Offered Three Units at TYBA Level since 2001-2002 While six units at TYBA level from academic year 2002-2003. So far more than two hundred students graduated in Konkani from our College. The graduates of Konkani employed in different fields. Some proceeded for higher education while some employed as teachers, lecturers, linguists, officers, etc.
    Konkani being the people’s language as well as the official language of the state of Goa, there is adequate potential for teaching, creative writing, translation, mass media as well as in administrative services. Konkani language has the potential for use at the national level in view of translation mission and other cultural organizations which deals with Konkani.
    Dr. Cosma Fernandes is the Head of the Department of Konkani. He is an Associate Professor. He has 23 years of teaching experience. He has to his credit Ph.D in Konkani on Konkani Tiatr – A form of Drama. He is Academic Court Member of Goa University and Executive Board Member of Kala Akademy, Goa. He is the recipient of several Awards. He has published Research Papers, Short Stories, and Poetry. He has acted in Tiatr too. He is also a Folk artist.
    Prof. Satyawan Naik is an Assistant Professor. He has 17 years of teaching experience in the Department. He has published a book on street plays entitled Janjag. He has published research papers, short stories, and Poetry. He has served on All India Radio as a news reader. He also worked in Goan news papers as a staff reporter. Presently he is pursuing Ph.D in Konkani.
    Prof. Gorak Sirsat is as Assitant Professor in the Department. He has teaching experience of 10 years. He has written and published short stories, poetry, research articles, and book reviews. He has presented street plays at state level and recited poetry at National level Prof. Tulsi Bhomkar is a Assitant Professor in the department. She has four years of teaching experience.She has received twice research scholarship on the project ‘Lagna Gitanchem Sankalan’ and ‘Lok Kannyanchem Sankalan’ of Goa Konkani akademi. She has published poems and also worked at Goa Doordarshan in news section.
The Department of Konkani Secured 100% result with one distinction at the BA semester VI Examination of Goa University held in April 2018. Prizes won
    Won First Prize in All Goa Street play competition organized by Vidya Prabodhini College of Commerce, Education, Computer and Management Vidya nagar Alto-pavari on 7th March 2019.
    Won first prize at first All Goa traditional Mando Competition organized by Government College of Commerce and Economics- Borda Margao- Goa on 13th February 2019.
    Mr. Jude Fernandes won Consolation prize at 16th All Goa Late Shankar Ramani Konkani Poetry recitation competition organized Department Of Konkani Goa University. All to gather four students participated in the competition.
Activities organized
    The Department of Konkani observed 141st birth anniversary of ShanoiGoembab on 23rd June 2018. Dr.ChandralekhaD’souza former Head, Dept. Konkani, Goa University was the Chief Guest and also the key note speaker for the said function.
    The Department of Konkani organized a Guest lecture on the topic ‘Career Opportunities in Konkani’ on 9th September 2018 in the seminar hall. Dr.Bhushan Bhave, Associate Professor of R.S.N’s P.E.S College of Arts &Science,FarmagudiPonda was the resource person. A wall paper ‘Messiah’ was also released on this occasion at the hands of Dr.Bhave.
    The Department of Konkani organised Konkani Poetry competition on 15th January 2019 in the Seminar hall. Mr Jude Fernandes secured 1st prize while Ms. Damini Mane and Mr. Balaram Talkar secured second and third prize respectively. Kavita Kandolkar and Sonam Gupta were awarded consolation prizes.
Participation
    Our three students namely Krutika halankar, Juwelcy D’sa and Vishnu Narvekar participated in National Seminar on ‘Mahabaleshwar Sail hanche Kathanatmak Sahitya-Swarup ani Samiksha’ organized by Parvatibai Chougule College Margao Goa in Collaboration with Goa Konkani Akademi on 27th February 2019.
    Our students namely Ramiya Chari, Shreya Naik, Shradha Morajkar, Priti Parab, Pranita Narvekar and Minakxi Honnawarkar participated in a National Seminar on ‘Konkanintle Adi Sahitya ani Samaz Darpann’ organised by CES College of Arts & Commerce, Cuncolim-Goa on 12h & 13th December 2018.
    Our five students Ms.Rutusha Naik, Ms. Pearl Chodankar, Ms.Ankita Borkar, Ms.Joselyn Coloco and Ms.Jenish Monteiro participated in one day symposium on ‘ Goenche Paramparik Loknach ani Gitam’ organized by Thomas Stephens Konkani kendra, Porvorim Goa on 28 September 2018.
    Our four students KrutikaHalarnkar, Damini Mane, Jude Fernandes, Vaishali Mishra attended one day workshop for upcoming writers organized by institute Menezes Braganza,Panaji on 27th July 2018.
    Our students Ms.Krutika Halankar participated in the poetry recitation competition organized by Carmel College, Nuvem- Goa.

Department of Economics

The Department of Economics has been a very dynamic one since its inception in 1972. The faculty is committed to undergraduate education in Economics. The faculty and students have taken keen interest and have always strived towards achieving excellence in both curricular and extracurricular activities. The establishment of the Economics Club (formerly called Economics Association) in 2006-07 has been a major initiative towards building the overall personality of our students. There are, at present, eight teachers in the Department. The faculty of the Department of Economics is actively involved in research. The faculties have presented papers at various state, national and international seminars/conferences and have research publications and books to their credit. Two of the faculty have been awarded Ph.D. and three of them have registered for Ph.D

Certificate Course on ‘Quantitative Techniques and Basics of Econometrics: The inauguration of the Certificate Course on ‘Quantitative Techniques and Basics of Econometrics was held on Monday 10th August 2015. Dr. P.K. Sudarsan, Professor, Department of Economics, Goa University, was the chief guest and resource person. Dr. Sudarsan delivered a lecture on the development and importance of quantitative techniques and econometrics in economic analysis.
Sr. No.Name of the FacultyE-mailContact No.DesignationQualificationYears of ExperiencePublicationSpecialisation
1Dr. Rekha R. Gaonkar rekha.gaonkar@gmail.com7875434375Associate ProfessorM.A, Ph.D, D.H.E, PGDEM32 Years30 Development Economics
2Dr. Meenakshi Bawa bawameenakshi@yahoo.com9823019832  Associate ProfessorM.A, M.Phil, Ph.D, NET(JRF) 30 years 9Development Economics 
3Ms. Gouri K. Manerkarmanerkargouri228@gmail.com Associate ProfessorM.A, SET16 Years06 Development Economics 
4Ms. Shivani Shivdatt Shirodkarshivani.shirodkar@rediffmail.com     9421154166Associate ProfessorM.A, NET16 Years7Labour Economics
5Rajesh V. Shetgaonkarrajeshshetgaonkar@yahoo.inAssociate ProfessorM.A, SET10 YearsLabour Economics
6Mr. Hussain Yasser Razakyasserh666@gmail.com9673499311Assistant ProfessorM.A, NET06 YearsEconometrics, Quantitative Methods
7Ms. Ambika Diasambikadias1995@gmail.com7066374915Assistant ProfessorM.A01 Year 06 MonthsMicro Economics
8Mrs. Valerie Pereiravaly2918@gmail.com9970098771Assistant ProfessorM.A05 YearsMicro Economics

Department of Sociology

    The Department of Sociology was established as a full-fledged department in the year 1981. However, a single paper had been taught since the inception of the college in 1972.
    The department has five faculty members (three regular, one contract and one lecture basis). We have a total strength of about 250 students.
    In the year 2016, our college has been recognised as a Research Centre to pursue Ph.D. in the subjects of Sociology. Our Principal Dr. R. B. Patil is a recognised teacher to guide the Ph.D. students in the subjects of Sociology.
    Our department established the Sociology Study Circle in the year 1988. The mission of the study club is to provide up-to-date, useful and marketable knowledge and to expose the students to the world of experience and to imbibe high ethical values among them.
    The specific aims and objectives of the SSC are :
  • To expose the students to the leading sociologists by organising lectures, debates and seminars
  • To relate classroom teaching to the practical realities of society through visits to institutions and organising educational tours.
  • To build self confidence among the students among the students by providing leadership opportunities and a platform to actively participate in inter-class and inter-collegiate activities.
  • Sr. No.Name of the FacultyE-mailContact No.DesignationQualificationYears of ExperiencePublicationSpecialisation
    1Dr. R.B Patilravagoudap@rediffmail.com     9921346559Associate ProfessorM.A, Ph.D33 YearsRural Sociology
    2Dr. Sonal Thakkerzinosoni@yahoo.co.in9881777397Associate Professor & HODM.A, SET, Ph.D23 Years6Migration Studies
    3Raisa Cardozocardozoraisa@gmail.com7798096595Assistant ProfessorM.A, SET05 YearsGender Studies, Sociology of Education
    4Elizabeth Baralizbara112@gmail.com    9049580840Assistant ProfessorM.A, NET04 Years1Tribal Studies Dance
    Department activities
      Commemoration of Bastille Day/French Revolution Day (229 Years). Students made presentations on the theme. Videos and a documentary film were shown on the theme.
      Bridge course for FYBA Sociology students from 16 to 23 July 2018. A total of 10 students benefitted from this course.
      Five students namely; Ms. Shweta Singh. Ms. Bhageshree Parate, Ms. Sudiksha Naik, Ms. Harshali Naik and Mr, Akshay Bhandari of TYBA participated in a State-level Seminar for Students ‘Saving the Lifeline of Goa - Mhadei ‘, at Carmel College of Arts, Science & Commerce for Women, Nuvem, on 31 August, 2018.
      TYBA Sociology students participated in ‘Purple Campaign’, Workshop on Gender Sensitization organised by the Gender Champions Cell and Department of Sociology in collaboration with Department of Women’s Studies on 08 September, 2018.
      Annual Intercollegiate event of “Socio-Expressions” was held on 22 September, 2018. The theme for the State level Student’s Seminar was ‘Vulnerable Sections in India: Socio-legal Issues and Concerns’. The chief guest was Dr. Badruddin, Associate Professor & Head, Department of Political Science, PES College, Ponda. There were ten paper presenters from various colleges of Goa.
    Dr. Sonal Thakker (Associate Professor & Head)
      Felicitated by JCI Vasco for her contribution in the field of education on 9th March, 2019.
      Participated in a National Workshop on ‘Learning Differently – Enabling the Learning Disabled’ organized by Goa College of Home Science’, in collaboration with DHE, Goa at Panaji, on 7-8 March, 2019.
      Participated in a Workshop ‘Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Awareness Programme organised by ASSOCHAM, Goa University on 11 December, 2018.
      Participated in celebration of International Day for Persons with Disabilities, 2018, organised by Sangath and Colorcon Asia Pvt. Ltd., Verna in association with Ramnath Kare College of Law, Margao, held on 1st December, 2018 at Sanskruti Bhavan, Panaji.
      Participated in a workshop on ‘Intellectual Property Rights: Ethics in Academic Writing/Avoiding Plagiarism and Use of MS Word in Academic Writing’ organised by the Research Cell of M. E. S. College of Arts & Commerce, Zuarinagar on 16 October, 2018.
      Presented a paper ‘Migration of Spouses and Coping Strategies of Stay Behind Women’, which was also selected as best paper at the XII Karnataka Sociology Conference at Hampi, Karnataka from 31 August to 1 September, 2018.
      presented a research paper ‘Colonial Rule and Displacement of Goan population’ at a national Seminar ‘Population, Displacement: Domestic, Regional and International Dimensions’ organised by Department of Political Science, P.E.S’s RSN College of Arts & Science, Farmagudi, Ponda from 27-28 July, 2018.
      Published a paper ‘Trajectory of Goan Diaspora through the Ages’ in a book ‘Goan Diaspora through the Ages and Gramdevta Worship in Goa’ by the Directorate of Archives and Archaeology, Government of Goa.
      Ms. Raisa Cardoso and Ms. Elizabeth Bara participated in CBCS Syllabus Workshop for Semester III, organised by St. Xavier’s College, Mapusa on July, 2018.

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      या अभ्यासक्रमातून विद्यार्थ्यांना व्यासपीठावर बोलण्याचे धाडस निर्माण होऊ शकतो.
      सुत्रांचालनाचे अनेक बारकावे समजतात.
      एखाद्या कार्यक्रमाचे संपुर्ण आयोजन, नियोजन, आणि व्ययस्थापन कसे करता येईल याची दृष्टी प्राप्त होते.
      विविध भाषिक कौशल्ये समजतात.
      भाषण, वक्तृत्व व सूत्रसंचालन यांची उत्तम जोपासना होऊ शकते.
      विविध मान्यवरांच्या भाषणातील बारकावे समजू शकते.
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