Brief History

The State of Chhattisgarh possesses rich mineral wealth of rock and mineral resources. A scientific and systematic exploration of available rocks and minerals require a centre of higher learning. With these aims and objectives the Department of Geology was established in 1956 under the founder head Dr Mukul Ghosh.

 

In its long journey of fifty seven years, the department has flourished and is now self reliant. The department is indebted to late Dr W.N. Bansode, Late Dr T.P. Paikra and Dr G.S. Parashar. The department was initiated with meager means, but now the department has latest and sophisticated instruments, equipments, computers and software etc. Our department has unique geological museum having minerals rocks (including rare American collections), fossils (Ward’s Collection) and crystal models etc.. Departmental Library comprises of 4,000 books including rare Journals, memoirs and reports of Geological Survey of India etc. The Post Graduate classes initiated in 1967, and in 1984, the department is also registered as a recognized Research Centre of Pt Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur. Presently many students are registered for Ph.D.

 

Department at a Glance

 

  • Year of Establishment                -           UG – 1948

    PG – 1956

 

  • Number of Teaching staff                      -           Professor – 02

Asst. Professor – 01

 

  • No. of Supp  staff                                   -           Lab Technician – 01

Lab Attendant – 01

Farrash – 01

 

  • No. of Students                           -                     B.Sc. 1 – 90

B.Sc. 2 – 72

B.Sc. 3 – 64

M.Sc. – 38

Ph D – 03

 

  • Results                                        -           B.Sc. 1 – 83.10

B.Sc. 2 – 98.70

B.Sc. 3 – 83.92

M.Sc. – 100%

 

  • Publication –                                           List enclosed

 

  • Ph. D. Awarded  -                                    04

 

  • Research Project Completed –                08

 

  • Project / Dissertation/ Field Training – Compulsory For M.Sc. Students

 

Infrastructure      (Photographs Attached)

 

  1. Laboratory Facilities          -           UG Lab One
  2. Geological Museum                       -           01
  3. P.G. Library                       -           1780 Books
  4. P.G. Class Room                -           02

 

ICT Facilities

Three Rooms are fitted with LCD Projector, Two P.G. Class Room – F-17, F-20 and U.G. Lab F-18

Departmental Activity Plan for 2018-19

                            

  1. Training Programe –

 

  1. P.G. Students of our department are regularly attending training program as per schedule given by C.G.W.B.

 

  1. Project work :

 

 As per syllables students of IInd & IV th sem M.Sc. visit different mines/plants / institutes for project/ Dissertation work for the period of 2 to 4 weeks.

 

  1. M.O.U. –

 

Department of Geology has MOU / collaboration with two National Institutes:

 

I, N.I.T. Raipur.          II. I.S.I. Calcutta.

 

  1. Standard operating practices for lab –

 

Geology practical is mostly related to identification of minerals, rocks fossils, crystals by physical and optical methods. Emphasis is given to field based studies.

 

  1. Waste disposal policy for lab – There is no waste produced during routine practical practice.

 

  1. Adaptation of school – In nearby area RD Tiwari school Adopted for different activities.

                       

  1. Programme schedule for year 2018-19 –

 

  1. Career Counseling by GSI person august 18
  2. One day training program in ground water exploration In the month of October 18
  3. One day training program in artificial recharge in October 2018
  4. Field training to UG Students in the month of nov. – dec. 2018
  5. Field training for PG Students in the month of jan. – feb. 2019
  6. Seminar proposed in the month of feb. 2019

 

 

 

 

 

Vision of the Department:

To become an established department in the field of Earth sciences through advance curriculum and researches for optimum use of earth resources.

 

Mission of the department:

  • C.G. is a mineral rich state which provides a good field laboratory for geology student.
  • Our department is the oldest department in the state and we bear the
  • Responsibility to cater the students from whole of the state.
  • The aim of our department is to provide an extra practical training based knowledge to the students.
  • Our P.G. curriculum has been designed to fulfill the need of our vision.
  • Our mission is to produce skilled professional to satisfy the need of the mineral based industries of the state.
  • We also intend to do training and capacity building programme for student.

SWOC analysis

Action plan for next five years (Based on SWAC ANALYSIS):

 

 

  1. To meet out the shortage of research lab and lecture rooms it is essential to provide two class rooms for UG and PG Students and a research lab for research scholars.

 

  1.  For strengthening the knowledge of geology, expert lecture will be invited from alumni.

 

  1. Recruitment of teaching and supporting staff is essential. It should be brought into the notice of the state Govt

 

  1. Available facilities of qualified staff equipped lab, instruments would be utilized for consultancy.

 

  1. Funds for various activities would be generated by consultancy student fee collection, alumni, Jan bhagidari samiti Rusa and ISR.

 

  1. There are several mineral based industries, and mineral resources present in the Chhattisgarh state so there are lot of opportunity to get the job for our students.

 

Faculty Profile

  1. Name                                       -           Dr. S.S. Bhadauria (Professor)

DOB                                        -           10/12/1959

Qualification                            -           M. Tech, Ph. D

Specialization                          -           Hydro Geology

Teaching Experience               -           UG. 34 year

                                                            PG  22 year

 

  1. Name                                       -           Dr. R. Guhey (Professor) Attached

                                                           

  1. Name                                       -           Pradeep Thakur (Asst. Professor)

   

DOB                                        -           28/10/1958

Qualification                            -           M.Sc.

Specialization                          -           Stratigraphy, Physical Geology

Teaching Experience               -           UG 37

                                                            PG 30

 

FACULTY PROFILE:  BIODATA                                                                                                                          

  • Name                                                                                     Dr Rajeeva Guhey,
  • Designation                                                                          Professor, Geology,
  • Date of Birth                                                                       29/06/1961                                                                
  • EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION       -                    M.TECH (APPLIED GEOLOGY) 1984

                                                                                                         PHD (SEDIMENTOLOGY, 1993)

 

  • RESEARCH INTEREST                          -                      SEDIMENTOLOGY

                                                                                                        HYDROGEOLOGY & REMOTE SENSING

 

  • PhD STUDENTS REGISTERED:                  03
    1. PhD   Awarded                                    -                         01 Deepima Sinha (2009) Topic: “PROTEROZOIC COLUMNAR STROMATOLITES    FROM JAGDALPUR FORMATION, INDRAVATI BASIN, CHHATTISGARH”
  •      PhD thesis submitted                                      -                     01 (2018)

“ Hydrogeochemical Investigations in Bhopalpatnam area with reference to fluoride contamination in groundwater, District Bijapur, C.G. India”

  • NO. OF RESEARCH PAPERS PUBLISHED-

INTERNATIONAL-          03

 NATIONAL-                        14

 

  • NO. OF BOOK/BOOK CHAPTER PUBLISHED:                                    02
  1. INTERNATIONAL-   01          Book Chapter (Springer Publication)

 

  1. NATIONAL-              01    Text book entitled “Geology: Principles and Practical Manual”

                                                       Published By, New India Publishing Agency, New Delhi in 2017.

 

  • SEMINAR/ CONFERENCE PARTICIPATED-
  1. International:              06

Participated and presented paper in 32nd International Geological Congress, Florence, Italy

  1. NATIONAL-                13
  • MEMBERSHIP / FELLOWSHIPS/AWARDS:
  1. LIFE MEMBER:

 

  • SOUTH ASIAN ASSOCIATION OF ECONOMIC GEOLOGIST’S, BHOPAL.
  •  INDIAN ASSOCIATION OF SEDIMENTOLOGISTS. ALIGARH
  •  GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF INDIA, BANGALORE, Fellow No.2085

 

  • International Membership of society Journal:

            

  • INTERNATIOAL ASSOCIATION OF SEDIMENTOLOGISTS, Belgium

 

  • AWARD:  

         

  • RECIPIENT OF MAPCOST sponsored YOUNG SCIENTISTS AWARD FOR BEST PAPER PRESENTATION IN GEOLOGY, AT DEVI AHILYA UNIVERSITY, INDORE, 1992.

 

  • EDITORIAL BOARD:

    

  1. FOUNDER CHIEF EDITOR, RESEARCH FRONT JOURNAL FROM GOVT DIGVIJAY COLLEGE, RAJNANDGAON.

 

  1. EDITOR, PROCEEDINGS OF NATIONAL SEMINAR ON RECENT RESERCHES IN PROTEROZOIC BASINS OF INDIA.  

 

  • RESEARCH PROJECTs  COMPLETED: No. of Projects  05

S.NO

TOPIC OF PROJECT

FUNDING AGENCY

YEAR

1

IDENTIFICATION & DIAGNOSTIC PROPERTIES OF CEMENT GRADE LIMESTONE AROUND NANDINI DIST, DURG, M.P

M.P.C.S.T

Bhopal

1992-94

2

LITHOSTRATIGRAPHY, BIOSTRATIGRAPHY & GEOCHEMISTRY OF CHANDI LIMESTONE FORMATION, CHHATTISGARH SUPER GROUP CENTRAL C.G , BASIN M.P

D.S.T

New Delhi

1995-98

3

LITHOFACIES MICROFACIES & GEOCHEMISTRY OF PROTEROZOIC CARBONATE SEQUENCE OF INDRAVATI BASIN, BASTAR, C.G

CGCOST, RAIPUR,

2003-04

4

PROTEROZOIC COLUMNAR STROMATOLITES FROM JAGDALPUR FORMATION, INDRAVATI GROUP, BASTAR, C.G

U.G.C

Bhopal

2004-06

 

5

PROTEROZOIC COLUMNAR STROMATOLITES FROM REHATIKHOL FORMATION, SINGHORA GROUP, C.G SUPER GROUP

U.G.C

Bhopal

2008-10

 

Other Information:         Faculty Profile                    

 

 

  1. Teaching Experience                        U.G. 34 Year    P.G. classes 32 years

 

  1. Academic Achievements and Publications:
  1. Seminar Participation:

 

  1. Paper presentation in a Seminar organized by Govt. Model College of Science Rewa Theme: Recent advaces in mineral and water resources Dec. 5-6, 2015.
  2. Paper presented in 33rd convention of IAS with emphasis on Energy resources and climate changes, at BHU, Nov 12-14. 2016.
  3. Paper presented in National conference on prospects of life sciences, Paradigm shift, teaching and research in Zoology, organized by Deptt of Zoology, Govt. NPG College of Science Raipur in March 2-3; 2016
  4. Paper presented in a National Conference on Pollution and Environment, Feb 15-16, 2017 organized by Department of Geography, Govt. Chhattisgarh College, Raipur C.G.
  5. Paper presented in an International Conference on Natural resources, Environment and Health, March 28-29, 2017 organized by Department of Geology, Govt. Model Science College, Rewa, M.P.

 

  1. Research publications

 

Citation Index, h-index, i10-index (Source: Google Scholar My Citation)

 

All

Since 2014

Citations

61

47

h-index

3

3

i10-index

2

1

 

 

  • Fluoride contamination in Groundwater around Bhopalpatnam Area, District Bijapur: Adverse

 effect on Human Health

Korsa Munna and Rajeeva Guhey

Journal of Pt Ravishankar University Volume 30 (1&2) 2017

 

 

K Munna, R Guhey, DC Jhariya. 

IRA Institute of Research Advances. 5 (2), 74-84 2016

 Rajeeva Guhey

Indian Association of Sedimentologist 32 (1-2), 51-57 (2013) late publication in 2015


A Maheshwari, AN Sial, R Guhey, VP Ferreira
Gondwana Research 2005, 8 (4), 603-610

 

 

 

Rajeeva Guhey and Arunangshu Mukherjee 2012
Interational Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, 276-281

 

 


Rajeeva Guhey 2011, Jour. Research Fronts, 1, 33-40 ISSN: 2250-2653 Govt. Digvijay College, Rajnandgaon

 

 


Guhey, Rajeeva Sinha, Deepima Tiwari V.C. ISBN No 978-94-007-0396-4

In Book Stromatolites: Interaction of Microbes with sediments: Cellular Origin, Life ...Springer Publication 2011, pp 21-42


 

 

Rajeeva Guhey & P Thakur

Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin 2007 Vol 1 (01), 221-228
 

 

 

Rajeeva Guhey & Deepima Sinha

Journal of Indian Association of Sedimentologists  2007 23 (1-2), 55-60
 

 

 Rajeeva Guhey, Department of Geology, Govt. N.P.G  College of Science   

 

 Recent Researches in Economic Geology Vol.2 pp 63-69 (2004) In: Precambrian Geology and mineral wealth of Central India, Edited by Dr V.K. Khanna, South Asian Association of Economic Geologist, Hindustan Publishing Company.

 

 

Rajeeva Guhey and P Thakur
 

Proceedings of Ist APG Conference on “Strategic Challenges and Paradigm Shift in Hydrocarbon Exploration, Mussourie, H.P. 2002 ...

 

R Guhey
 

JOURNAL-GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF INDIA 55 (5), 573-573

 

 

 R. Guhey, N.P. Wadhawa & MWY Khan

 

Journal of Ravishankar University, Raipur 10 (B), 37-48 1996

 

  •  Indicators of potential zones of high grade limestone and dolomite in Chandi limestone  of Raipur Group, Nandini area, Madhya Pradesh

    

 R. Guhey, N.P. Wadhawa & MWY Khan

 

Journal of Ravishankar University, Raipur 10 (B), 49-62 1996

 

Lithostratigraphy, Microfacies and depositional environment of Proterozoic Chandi limestone Raipur Group, Durg District MP .

 

Rajeeva Guhey & N P Wadhwa

 

Journal of Indian Association of Sedimentologists, ISSN:0 970-3268  Vol 14 (1995) 27-33,

Rajeeva Guhey & N P Wadhwa


Indian Journal of Earth Sciences, 20 (1-2), 42-49 1993

 

 

 

Thrust areas of Research:

 

      The research projects and PhD thesis submitted  in the department are mainly in following thrust area:

                  1) Sedimentology and 2) Hydrogeology.

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY

M. Sc.(Geology)

1.     Training on Rainwater Harvesting (17-18 Dec)

Context:                      Due to over exploitation of groundwater in urban areas, the groundwater level has gone drastically down. So student should aware about conservation of rainwater.

Objective:                   Practical training on conservation of rainwater.

Activity:                      Presentation in Classroom and Practical training on field.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       Learning outcome- Conservation of rainwater from runoff.

Beneficiary:  Students of M.Sc. and B.Sc. Geology

INAUGURAL FUNCTION

                              RECHARGING PIT

                                                                                                 

                         RAINWATER HARWESTING SITE AT PARCHAUTY ,RAIPUR

2.Geological Field work B Sc Part III students 2014-15

(13-16 JANUARY 2015)

Context:                                Geology is a field science so field studies are essential.

Objective:             Field work help students to identify geological formation, structure etc.

Activity:                Practical training on field to measure dip strike of beds that is not possible in lab.

Evidences:            Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:                 Students can analyze different geological problems and phenomenon.

           

 

 

 

 

 

GEOLOGICAL FIELDWORK AT  TIRATHGARH,  KOTAMSAR- CAVES,  BASTAR

3.Geological Field Work M.Sc. Geology

(18-25 FEB 2015)

 

Context:                                      Geology is a field science so field studies are essential.

Objective:                   Field work helps students to identify different lithological formations, structures.

Activity:                      Practical training on field and samples collected from various lithounits.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       Learning outcome- Students can analyze different geological problems and phenomenon.

 

 

                                              GEOLOGICAL FIELD WORK AT KAWARDHA AREA

4. Skill development training on Groundwater Exploration

(13 FEBRUARY 2015)

Context:                      Due to over exploitation of groundwater in urban areas, the groundwater level has gone drastically down. So potential zones of groundwater can be identified by Exploration Technique.

Objective:                   Identify aquifer by resistivity survey methods.

Activity:                      Practical training on Resistivity survey methods.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       Learning outcome- Skill development in groundwater exploration technique.

 

 

                     RESISTIVITY METER

     PRACTICAL TRAINING ON FIELD

 

                                                 LECTURE ON RESISTIVITY SURVEY METHOD

 

 

 

 

 

 

5       Skill development & Training programme on groundwater development at RG National Ground Water Training & Research Institute, Raipur(19-30JAN 15)

Context:                      Skill development  on groundwater development.

Objective:                   Practical training on groundwater development

Activity:                      Presentation in Classroom and Practical training on field.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       a) Learning outcome- Proficiency in the field of groundwater development

                                      b)Beneficiary:               Students of M.Sc. Geology

 

                                CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION

 

6. PARENTS TEACHER MEETING

Every year Parents teacher meeting is organized by the Department.

 

 

Departmental Activity 2015-16

1. Capacity Building lecture in Geology

Date of Event:       27/07/2015

Context:                      To aware students about the important events of Earth’s History with special reference to Chhattisgarh Basin.

Objective:                   Interaction with the students to expand their knowledge on Geology of Chhattisgarh.

Activity:                      Presentation in Classroom and Practical training on field.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       a) Learning outcome-Students were understood the importance of field knowledge as  the  expert Dr Dutta Director General GSI shared his field experiences. It will help the students  to prepare themselves before facing an interview.

 

                                      b)Beneficiary:               Students of M.Sc. and B.Sc. Geology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr Dutta delivered his lecture on different aspects of geology with particular reference to Chhattisgarh Basin and India. He explained how to make the subject geology interesting and has given tricks to remember important events of Earth’s history. Students need to be more vocal in explaining the subject. According to him, an average student, if confidently and boldly reply in an interview is much better than a meritorious student who does not responds. Students should develop communicative skill in order to explain subject easily. Students should prepare themselves before facing an interview.

 

2. Geological Field work B Sc Part III students 2015-16

Location: Rajim and Gangrel area.(8th Jan 2016)

Context:                                Geological excurtion tour

Objective:             Geology is a field science, and  field training will help to identify various lithounits, structures .

Activity:                Field traversing and  measurement of attitude of beds  that is not possible in lab.

Evidences:            Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:                 Students can analyze different geological problems and phenomenon.

 

 

           

 

 

 

 


3. Project Work M.Sc. IV Sem. Geology

Location: Bailadila Iron Ore Mines, Distt. Dantewada.

(02Feb-16Feb2016)

 

                                    Context:                                      Geology is a field science, so project oriented field studies are essential.

Objective:                   Field work helps students to identify different geological problems. It enhances the research capabilities of the student.

Activity:                      Practical training on mineral exploration, mining methods, ore reserve calculations, environmental impact assessment has been carried out.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       a) Learning outcome- Students were given training on different aspects of  exploration, and mining. It will help to get job in mining industy.

                                      b) Beneficiary:              M.Sc. IVnd Sem students.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. Geological Field training M.Sc. II Sem. Geology

Location: Sonakhan, Saraipali, Singhora, Chandrapur area.

(8th April-16th April 2016)

 

                                  Context:                                      Geology is a field science so field studies are essential.

Objective:                   Field work helps students to identify metamorphic and sedimentary rocks, structures.

Activity:                      Practical training on field and samples collected from various locations.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       a)Learning outcome- Students were given hands on training how to measure, dip and strike                               from a dipping bed by clinometers.

                                      b) Beneficiary:              M.Sc. IInd Sem students.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Departmental Activity 2016-17

 

1.Skill Development on Site Selection for Water Well construction

Date of Event:       May 29 - June 02, 2017

Context:                      Skill development  on  Site selection for Water Well.

Objective:                   Practical training on  methods of  site selection for construction of water well.

Activity:                      Presentation in Classroom and Practical training on field.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       a) Learning outcome-Development of Entrepreneurship in the field of Well construction and site selection.

                                      b)Beneficiary:               Students of M.Sc. Geology

 

2. Skill Development on Groundwater Exploration

Date of Event:       June 12-23 2017

Context:                      Skill development in Geophysical techniques in Groundwater studies.

Objective:                   Practical training on Techniques of Geophysical Exploration.

Activity:                      Presentation in Classroom and Practical training on field.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       a) Learning outcome-Development of Entrepreneurship in the field of Groundwater Exploration.

                                      b)Beneficiary:               Students of M.Sc. Geology

 

3. Geological Field training M.Sc. II Sem. Geology

In parts of Mahanadi RiverRiver, District-Dhamtari

                                      (1st March-21March 2017)

 

                                   Context:                                      Geology is a field science so field studies are essential.

Objective:                   Field work helps students to identify  rocks, and structures.

Activity:                      Practical training on field and samples collected from various locations.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       a)Learning outcome- Students were given hands on training how to measure, dip and strike                               from a dipping bed by clinometers.

                                      b) Beneficiary:              M.Sc. IInd Sem students.

 

 

 

4. Project work of M.Sc. IV Sem. Geologystudents

In Malanjkhand Copper Mines

(06thSFeb-22nd Feb 2017)

 

                                   Context:                                      Geology is a field science so field studies are essential.

Objective:                   Field work helps students to identify  rocks, and structures.

Activity:                      Practical training on field and samples collected from various locations.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       a)Learning outcome- Students were given hands on training how to measure, dip and strike                               from a dipping bed by clinometers.

                                      b) Beneficiary:              M.Sc. IInd Sem students

 

 

 

 

5.Project work of M.Sc. IV Sem. Geology students

In Gevara Coal Mines, Korba CG

(6th feb-22nd feb2017)

                                  Context:                                      Geology is a field science so field studies are essential.

Objective:                   Field work helps students to identify  rocks, and structures.

Activity:                      Practical training on field and samples collected from various locations.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       a)Learning outcome- Students were given hands on training how to measure, dip and strike                               from a dipping bed by clinometers.

                                      b) Beneficiary:              M.Sc. IInd Sem students.

 

 

 

6.Workshop on Examination Reforms(22nd June2017)

 

                                   Context:                                      Geology is a field science so field studies are essential.

Objective:                   Field work helps students to identify  rocks, and structures.

Activity:                      Practical training on field and samples collected from various locations.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       a)Learning outcome- Students were given hands on training how to measure, dip and strike                               from a dipping bed by clinometers.

                                      b) Beneficiary:              M.Sc. IInd Sem students.

 

 

 

Departmental Activity 2017-18

1.Project oriented Field training M.Sc. IV Sem. Geology

In Bacheli Iron Ore Mines(16th Jan-30th Jan2018)

                                   Context:                                      Geology is a field science so field studies are essential.

Objective:                   Field work helps students to identify  rocks, and structures.

Activity:                      Practical training on field and samples collected from various locations.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       a)Learning outcome- Students were given hands on training how to measure, dip and strike                               from a dipping bed by clinometers.

                                      b) Beneficiary:              M.Sc. IInd Sem students.

 

 

 

2.Project oriented Geological Field training M.Sc. IV Sem. Geology

In Kirandul Iron Ore Mines(16th Jan-30th Jan2018)

                                   Context:                                      Geology is a field science so field studies are essential.

Objective:                   Field work helps students to identify  rocks, and structures.

Activity:                      Practical training on field and samples collected from various locations.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       a)Learning outcome- Students were given hands on training how to measure, dip and strike                               from a dipping bed by clinometers.

                                      b) Beneficiary:              M.Sc. IInd Sem students.

Grey Hematite                                                            Mining in Benches

 

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Lateritic Hematite

 

3. Geological Field training M.Sc. II Sem. Geology

InDaldaliKawardha Bauxite Mines(15th feb-28th feb2018)

                                   Context:                                      Geology is a field science so field studies are essential.

Objective:                   Field work helps students to identify  rocks, and structures.

Activity:                      Practical training on field and samples collected from various locations.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       a)Learning outcome- Students were given hands on training how to measure, dip and strike                               from a dipping bed by clinometers.

                                      b) Beneficiary:              M.Sc. IInd Sem students.

4.Skill Development on Groundwater studies

Date of Event: (31stJuly-4thAugust2017)

Context:                      New techniques in ground water studies

Objective:                   Practical training in remotesensing& GIS                

Activity:                      Presentation,practical training on classroom & data check on field

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       a) Learning outcome-expertise in the field of remotesensing& GIS for groundwater studies.

                                      b)Beneficiary:               Students of M.Sc. Geology                                                                               

 

5.Skill Development on Recharge Techniques

Date of Event: (3rd July-7th July2017)

Context:                      Artificial Recharge

Objective:                   Practical training on managed Auifer recharge                      

Activity:                      Presentation in Classroom and Practical training on field.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       a) Learning outcome-Development of Entrepreneurship in the field of recharge techniques

                                      b)Beneficiary:               Students of M.Sc. Geology                                                                               

DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVITY 17-18

DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVITY 16-17

DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVITY 15-16

 

Training on Rainwater Harvesting

Context:                      Due to over exploitation of groundwater in urban areas, the groundwater level has gone drastically down. So student should aware about conservation of rainwater.

Objective:                   Practical training on conservation of rainwater.

Activity:                      Presentation in Classroom and Practical training on field.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       Learning outcome- Conservation of rainwater from runoff.

Beneficiary:  Students of M.Sc. and B.Sc. Geology

 



 

Geological Field work B Sc Part III students 2014-15

Context:                                Geology is a field science so field studies are essential.

Objective:             Field work help students to identify geological formation, structure etc.

Activity:                Practical training on field to measure dip strike of beds that is not possible in lab.

Evidences:            Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:                 Students can analyze different geological problems and phenomenon.




Geological Field Work M.Sc. Geology

Context:                                      Geology is a field science so field studies are essential.

Objective:                   Field work helps students to identify different lithological formations, structures.

Activity:                      Practical training on field and samples collected from various lithounits.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:                 Learning outcome- Students can analyze different geological problems and phenomenon

Training ACTIVITY 17-18

Training ACTIVITY 16-17

Training ACTIVITY 15-16

 


Skill development training on Groundwater Exploration

Context:     Due to over exploitation of groundwater in urban areas, the groundwater level has gone drastically down. So potential zones of groundwater can be identified by Exploration Technique.

Objective:                   Identify aquifer by resistivity survey methods.

Activity:                      Practical training on Resistivity survey methods.

Evidences:                  Photographs. Attached

Impact Analysis:       Learning outcome- Skill development in groundwater exploration technique.



 

 

TRAINING PROGRAMME ON GROUND WATER DEVLOPMENT AT RG NATIONAL GROUND WATER TRAINING & RESEARCH INSTITUTE , RAIPUR 

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS /PLACEMENTS

Following students have been qualified / selected in different competitive exams

1. Mr Pramod kumar nayak     Qualified NET Exam 2014

                                                            Selected in GSI (2015) (GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA)

                                                            Selected as MINING OFFICER through CG PSC

2.Deepak Mishra-                    Selected as MINING OFFICER through  CG PSC

 

3.Triveni Dewangan-               Selected as MINING INSPECTOR through CG PSC

                                                Selected as MINING OFFICER through CG PSC

4.Babloo Pandey -                      Selected as MINING INSPECTOR through CG PSC

5. Shubhash Chandra Sahu                  Selected as MINING INSPECTOR through CG PSC

6.Helendra Kumar                       Selected as MINING INSPECTOR through CG PSC

7.Ashwin Jhadi                            Selected as MINING INSPECTOR through CG PSC

 

As per the photograph 

1st row (Mining officer) (Sitting from left to right)

1.Triveni Dewangan

2.NA

3.Deepak Mishra

4.NA

5.Pramod Kumar 

2nd row (Mining inspector)

1.NA

2.NA

3.NA

4.Deepak Tiwari

5.Rakesh Verma

6.NA

7.NA

8.Subhash ChnadraSahu

Last row - (Mining inspector)

1. Rohit Sahu

2.Jagrit Gayakavad

3.Bablu Pandey

4.NA

5.Neeraj Sharma

INFRASTRUCTURE OF THE DEPARTMENT

    PG CLASSROOM (PREVIOUS)

 

 

 

    PG CLASSROOM(FINAL)

UG LAB

STAFF ROOM

           

                           UG CLASSROOM

P G LIBRARY

GEOLOGICAL MUSEUM

GEOLOGICAL MUSEUM

 

 

                                               

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 MUSEUM SPECIMENS                                                  

FOSSIL OF AMMONITE                                                                    PETRIFIED WOOD

EGG & HATCHERY OF DIANOSAURS                       CRYSTALS OF FLUORITE MINERAL                                                                 

INSTRUMENTS

PETROLOGICAL &ORE MICROSCOPE                                                        

-                                                                     

RESISTIVITY METER                                                               WATER ANALYSIS KIT

. Clinometer ,brunton compass, hammer    Hardness testing kit &contact goniometer