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1D E P A R T M E N T OFG E O G R A P H YWELCOMES YOU
2DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY XIth PLAN UGC TEAM’S VISIT AN OVERVIEWFORXIth PLAN UGC TEAM’S VISIT11th - 14th FEBRUARY 2009
3INTRODUCTIONThe Department was established in April 1988 and has a small faculty of six teachers and eleven supporting staff technical as well as non-technical.The Department provides advance education in Geography through academic programmes leading M.Sc. to Ph.D.The academic programme provides specialized courses in Glacial Geomorphology, Fluvial geomorphology, Geo-ecology, Resource Geography and Population Settlement GeographyThe Department has strong Physical as well as Human Geography component and this is the only Department in the country that has introduced Glacial Geomorphology as one of the courses at Post-Graduate level.Apart from teaching work seminars are organized in various field in Geography from M.Sc. Ist to IVth semester Students.The Department has completed two Glacial Projects on Himalaya sponsored and funded by Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi and a project on Ecology and Management of Pastureland funded by Department of Forests, J&K Government. Through these projects the Department has developed well equipped Geomorphology, Soil and Cartographic Lab with sophisticated instruments.
4Cont….The Department intends to start certain advance training carrier-oriented courses during XIth plan.The UGC team has appreciated the Department for undertaking challenging projects during VIIIth five-year plan for setting up high site testing facilities at high altitudes.Many of the Post-Graduates of the Department are holding responsible positions in state and Central Government and in Multinational Companies dealing with GIS and number of our students is holding senior position in banking and other services in the country.
5FACULTY MEMBERS FACULTY SPECIALIZATION PHONE NO.Professor-1Prof. V.S. ManhasM.A., M.Phil., Ph.D.(JNU)Head of the DepartmentPolitical Geography, Geography of Tourism, Population Geography, Regional & UrbanStudiesAssociate Professors-2(a)Dr. R.P. SharmaM.A., M.Phil. PH.D.(KU)Regional Geography, Economic Geography, Geography of Rural Development(b)Dr. Anuradha SharmaM.A. Ph.D.(JU)Biography, Environmental Studies, Agricultural Geography, Resource GeographyAsstt. Professors3(a)S. Devinder SinghM.Sc., M.Phil. (Punjab)Settlement Geography,Urban & Social Geography (Morphology,Urban Planning, Urban Social Patterns)Dr. Sarfaraz AsgharM.A., Ph.D, A.M.UEnvironmental Geography, Resource Geography, Environmental Management & Planning(c)Vacant-
6NON-TEACHING STAFFThe Department is served by the following supporting staff:(A) TECHNICAL STAFFi) Mrs. Rajni Sharma Professional Assistant (Library)ii) Dr. Anju Gupta Lab. Assistantiii) Sh. Rakesh Jasrotia Lab. Assistantiv) Sh. Rajinder Singh Cartographerv) Sh. Sansar Chand Field manvi) Sh. Titer Singh Chainmanvii) Sh. Kuldip Raj Lab. Attendantviii) Sh. Kewal Krishan Lab. Attendant(B) MINISTERIAL STAFFi) Mrs. Ratno Devi Senior Assistantii) Mr. Daleep Singh Steno-Typistiii) Mr. Shamsher Kumar Junior Assistantiv) Mr. Madan Lal Orderly
7ACADEMIC PROGRAMMEThe Department offers post graduate programmes leading to the degree of Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy. The post graduate programme is a four semester course consisting of 24credits each with the project work in fourth semester under the direction and guidance of faculty member of the department.The number of seats in M.A/M.Sc. (Geography) are 27 plus 15% payment seats. Taking into consideration the pressure generated by the students the department is thinking to start M. Phil course but due to the inadequate teaching faculty it has not been possible to do so till date. However, it maybe possible for the department to do so in near future if additional faculty is provided in XIth plan. The output of the department with respect to its academic activities are as follows:Students awarded master degreesScholars awarded Ph.D. degreesScholars working for Ph.D.
8COURSES DESCRIPTIONS SEMESTER-I & II COURSE NOPAPERCREDITFACULTY400401402403404405GeomorphologyBio-GeographyRegional Geography of IndiaPopulation GeogQuantitative techniques in GeographyCartography4 creditDr. Sarfraz AsgharDr. Anuradha SharmaDr. R.P. SharmaProf.V.S.ManhasMr. Devinder Singh Raina450451452453454455ClimatologyEconomic GeographyHistory of Geographical ThoughtsRegional Planning & DevelopmentField Work (Physical Survey)Field Work (Instrumental Survey)Sh. D.S.RainaProf. V.S. ManhasDr. R.P.Sharma
9SEMESTER-III & IV COURSE NO PAPER CREDIT FACULTY 500 501 502 503 504 505Soil GeographyGeography of Rural DevelopmentSettlement GeographyPost-Modern GeographyGeological Maps/Minerals/Rocks/Soil AnalysisField Work-Socio Economic Survey4 creditDr. Sarfraz AsgharDr. R.P.SharmaSh. D.S.RainaProf. V.S. ManhasProf. V.S.ManhasDr. Anuradha Sharma550551554555556559560Agriculture GeographyOceanographyDissertationFluvial GeomorphologyGlacial GeomorphologyGeography of TourismPopulation Geog. of Developed and Developing countries8 creditDr. Sarfaraz AsgharProf. M.N.Koul
10UPDATING OF SYLLABIThe department has been regularly updating the syllabi at under/post graduate levels regularly. The department has introduced syllabi prepared by UGC expert committee and has been accepted w.e.f from 1998 and was reviewed in the year 2003 both at Under/Post Graduate level
11CURRENT DEPARTMENTAL RESEARCH The faculty members and the students are actively involved in research activities in the major branches of Geography. The Department has completed a number of research projects sponsored by National (DST and State Forest Department). Another facet of department is inter-disciplinary research programmes with other groups in the University. The faculty members of the Department have also developed collaborative research programmes with national level institute like – National Institute of Hydrology Roorkee, Department of Remote Sensing, Palaeobotanical Institute Lucknow. The major areas of research in the Department are:Glacial and Fluvial GeomorphologyAgro-climatologyGeo-ecologyAgricultural GeographyHuman GeographyRegional Planning and DevelopmentForest EcologyPopulation GeographyEnvironmental GeographyResource GeographyEnvironmental Management & Planning
12LIBRARY FACILITIESThe department has 3000 volumes of different books. It also subscribes 17 Journals, 10 International and 7 National.National JournalsAnnals of National Association of Geographers.Indian Journal of Landscape Systems and Ecological Studies.Geographical Review of India.Indian Cartographers.National Geographical Journal of India.Indian Foresters.Indian Journal of Forestry.International JournalsAnnals of Association of American Geographers.Geographical Review.Geographical Journal.Applied Geography and Development.Natural Resources and Development.Professional Geographers.Transaction of the Institute of British Geography.Economic Geography.Ekistics: Problems and Science of Human Settlement.Political Geography
13FACILITIES (PERMANENT EQUIPMENTS) The Department is housed at the top floor of the Earth Sciences block. The Department is one of the few Geography Departments in the country with well equipped labs:Geomorphology Lab-with SET 2C Automatic Surveying Station.Soil and Sediment Analysis Lab.Cartographic Lab.Map Reproduction and Xerox Lab.Computer Lab
14FUTURE PROGRAMMEThe major themes identified for long-term research plans includes Glacial-Fluvial Geomorphology, Hydro-meterology, Micro-climatology, Geo-ecology, Agricultural Geography, Population Geography, Urban and Rural Settlement Geography etc.The department also proposes to introduce certain applied courses in consonance with the environment of Jammu province like Water Shed Management, Population Studies Management, Forest Management, Avalanches-Landslides Management and Tourism courses, GIS/GPS and Remote sensing courses and computer cartography.
15SEMINAR/ CONFERENCES ORGANIZED BY THE DEPARTMENT Notwithstanding meager staff strength, spatio-financial constraints as well as the infancy of the Department, the faculty has organized following academic but extra curricular activities.April 2007, The Department organized one day National Seminar on ‘Environmental Development-A Geographical Perspective’.23-25 Feb, 2006, The Department organized National Conference on ‘Environment and Development in the Highland –Lowland system with the collaboration of IIG. More than 300 delegates were attended the conference.December 1999, organized seminar cum workshop on “Challenges in Geography in Fast Changing World in New Millennium”.December 30, 1995 to January 1, 1996 XVIIth Indian Geography Congress under the auspices of National Association of Geographers, India, which was attended by over 250 delegates from all over India.February 1995, the Department organized a three day National Seminar on “Man and Environment” in the Highland – Lowland Interactive System.1993 with active collaboration of the Directorate of Environment and Remote Sensing a three day workshop on Application of Remote Sensing was organized in the Department.
16Refresher Courses Organized by the Department February – March 2000, organized All India Refresher Course for the College and University Teachers under the aegis of Staff College of Kashmir University.July 1995 a 10 days Refresher Course for the State Institute of Education was organized by the Department.1989 the Department conducted a month long Refresher Course for the College teachers.
17RESEARCH PROJECT ANDCOLLABORATIONS Projects Completed Name of the Project CompletedSponsoring OrganizationFaculty Members associatedFluctuation of Climate and Glacier in North Chenab Kol Glacier Valley Jammu HimalayaDepartment of Science and Technology, New Delhi.Dr. M.N.Koul, Principal InvestigatorFluctuation of Climate and Glacier in Naradu Basin and its Geo-ecological SignificanceDr. M.N. Koul(Rs.21,91,377)Ecology, Economy and Management of Some Pasture Lands of Jammu RegionDepartment of Forests, J&K Govt.Dr. M.N.KoulPrincipal Investigator(Rs. 17,34,400)Glacial Chronology and Geomorphological Investigations of Naradu Glacier Valley, Himacal PradeshDepartment of Science and Technology, New DelhiPrincipal Investigator (Rs. 17, 34, 400)Desertification Status Mapping of Stod Valley Zanskar on 1:50, 000 scaleSAC(Rs.6, 00, 000)Desertification Status Mapping of Western J&K on 1:1 Million ScaleDOSocio-Economic Development Strategies in Jammu District2001Remote Sensing Deptt. J&K-
18Research Projects in Progress Glacier Morphology and Quarternary Glacial History of Durung-Durung Glacier, Janskar,DSTProf. M.N.KoulPrincipal Investigator(Rs. 40, 14, 360)Snow melt Runoff in Liddar and Sindh Basin of KashmirRemote Sensing Department J&KDr. M.N.KoulInter and Intra Annual Seasonal variability and its effect on snow cover: A case study of Kangriz Glacier Basin Zanskar Ranges, Ladakh J&K,(Rs. 52, 29, 608)Resource Planning Atlas of J&KU.G.CProf. G.B.Singh(Rs. 7, 00, 000)Fluctuation of Climate and Geo-ecological Significance with regard to naradu Glacier, Baspa Valley, H.P.Dr. Rama Sastri, Scientist-D, Jammu Div. (N.I.H.)C/O National Institute of Hydrology RoorkeeGlacial Chronology and Geomorphological Investigation of Naradu Glacier Valley, HPDr. R.Shankar, Mangalore University(Ocean Science Tech. Cell)Dr. A. Bhattacharya, BSIP, LucknowSnow and Glacial study of Nubra Valley including SiachenDr.M.N.Koul(Rs. 19, 00,000)Machoi Glacier: Snout monitoring –Mass balance study of Machoi Glacier
21Ph.D. AWARDED 1. Anuradha Sharma S.NONAME OF SCHOLARTITLE OF THE THESISSUPERVISOR1.Anuradha SharmaSome Aspects of Forest Resource Utilization of Jammu Region : A Spatio-Temporal FocusDr. Gurbakhsh Singh2.Ram Rattan SharmaGeomorphology of Jammu Siwalik and its Impact on AgricultureDr. M.N.Koul3.Kushal KumariThe Historical and Temple City of Jammu: A Study of Cultural Geography.Dr. S.S.Chib4.Anjana KanwalSymbiotic Relationship between Jammu Urban Area and its Hinterland : A Spatio Temporal Perspective5.Sudha ThapaSlums of Jammu City: A Focus on Demographic Characteristics.6.Arti JamwalRegional Pattern of Flood caused Degradation and its Socio-economic Impact in parts of North-western Himalaya7.Shyamal SarkarForest Resources and Biotic Interaction in Ramnagar Forest Division of Jammu & Kashmir: A Study in the Management of Forest Ecology.8.Anju GuptaGeo-ecological investigation of Jammu Lesser Himalaya: A case Study Jammu Ramban Stretch of NH IA9.Jasvinderjeet KourLate Quaternary Glacial History of Sangla Valley, Himachal Pradesh A Geomorphic Perspective10S.C.SharmaEnvironmental Perspective on Human Health Care: A Geographical Analyais of Diseases in Jammu Region.
22Contd…11.Vinay RajputInter-regional andIntra-regional Disparities in Levels of Development in Shiwalik Kandi of Jammu and Punjab : A Case Study of Kathua and Gurdaspur DistrictProf. V.S. Manhas12.Shashi PrabhaA Critical Study of Agricultural Landuse Patterns in Jammu RegionDr. Gurbakhsh Singh13.Chander PalForest Resources and Human Interaction with Forest in Dharamsala Forest Division: A Case Study in the Management of Forest Ecology14.Zakir HussainGeomorphology of Liddar Valley and Its Impact on AgricultureDr. M.N.Koul15.Surinder SinghFluvial and Glacial Geomorphology of Naradu Glacial Valley: District Kinnaur H.P.16.Ritu DaburStudy of Agriculture Land use Pattern of Poonch District, Jammu region17.Shivani WaliaAgriculture land Use Pattern in Kangra District of H.P.: A Critical StudyDr.Gurbakhsh Singh18.Vivek MahajanImpact of Tourism on the Changing Cultural Landscape of Jammu Province: A Spatio-temporal Assessment of Tourist Nodes of PotentialsProf. V.S.Manhas19.Khalid RiyazEcology, Economy and Management of Water Resources In Himalayan Ecosystem: A Case Study of Rajouri20.Sandeep KourLevels of Agricultural Development and Landuse Planning in Jammu Province21.Gulshan RashidAgro-climatic Regions of Jammu Province (J&K)
23THESIS SUBMITTED/UNDER PROGRESS 1.Rakesh JasrotiaUrbanization in Jammu and Kashmir – Trends and DisparitiesProf. V.S.Manhas2.Rajinder Singh CharakRegional Disparities in the Levels and Development in Jammu District.Prof. V.S. Manhas
24REGISTERED PH.D. SCHOLARS 1Bhupinder SinghGlacial Geomorphology of Durung Drung Glacier Valley, Zanskar Region District Kargil, Jammu & KashmirDr. M.N.Koul2Ramesh K RainaGeomorphology of Suru Zanskar Valley (Western Ladakh) and its Impact on Agriculture3Arun KumarChanges in the Demographic Character of Jammu District: A Spatio Temporal AnalysisDr. R.P.Sharma4Sonu BhatiaAgricultural Landuse Patterns in Western Himalayas: A Case Study of Rajouri DistrictDr.R.P.Sharma5Mohd AshfaqImpact of Pilgrimage on the Economy of the Jammu and Kashmir: A Case Study of Holy Shrines Vaishno Devi, Shahdhra-E-Sharif and AmarnathProf. V.S.Manhas6Mohd YassainHuman Influence on Environment in Himalayas: A Case Study of District Doda7Arti MattooHuman Development and Deprivation in Jammu Region: A Tehsil Level Study8Tarsem LalPopulation Pressure and Changes in Land use Pattern: A case study of Akhnoor TehsilDr. R.P. Sharma9Nazia RazaMan-Land Relaltionship in Himalayan Frontier: The Gujjars of Poonch.10Ruchi GuptaLevels of Development and Disparities in Jammu Province: A Spatio-Temporal Analysis ( )Prof. V.S. Manhas
25Contd..11Rashi JamwalChanging Landuse Patterns and their variations in Agricultural Development: A case study of Kathua District.Dr. Sarfaraz Asgher12Manavta GuptaAssessment and Evaluation of Rural Development: A case study of outer plains (Jammu District).Dr. R.P. Sharma13Shabbir ShahAnthropogenic interactions with Forest in Western Himalayas and its impact in Forest Ecology: A case study of Rajouri Forest Division.Prof. V.S. Manhas14Verinder SinghSpatial and Economic Growth of Lakhanpur and Kathua Towns: An Impact Assessment of National Highway 1A ( ): A study in Transport Geography.15Mohd ZamaanRegional Disparities in Geographical Retrospection: A case study – Poonch District (J&K).16Jyoti SambyalRural-Urban Symbiosis and its Impact on the Hinterland of Kathua Town ( ): A Spatio Temporal Perspective on Urban Geography.17Navaid Shabir QaziLand use and Settlement Patterns in Upper Chenab Basin: A Geographical Study.18Taseen AhmedLiteracy Differentials in Jammu and Kashmir: A case study of Rajouri DistrictDr. Anuradha Sharma19Namrata ChoudharyHealth-Education and Work Interface in Gender: A case study of Jammu District
27ADMISSION TO PROFESSIONAL COURSES: S.NoNameInstitute1.Suruchi RainaSchool of Planning CEPT Ahmedabad2.Sameer Kotwal-do-3.Sanjeev Arora4.Parveen Kundal5.Mohd QuasimG.R.D. School of Urban Planning, G.N.D.U. Amritsar6.Diskit Dolma
29ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE FACULTY MEMBERS Koul M.N.,Professor (Retired)Books/Papers___________ with Dikshit, K.R. and Kale, V.S. (Eds) 1995, “India: Geomorphic Diversity, Jaipur, Rawat Publishers, pp___________ with Ganjoo, RK (2002), “Fundamentals of Physical Geography” National Council of Educational Research and Training Publication ppRESEARCH JOURNALS___________ with Ganjoo, RK,2002, “Hydrometrological Changesand Retreat of Glacier in North western Himalayas – A Case Study of Naradu Glacier (accepted for publication).___________ 1998 Fluctuation of Climate and Glacier in Naradu Basin and its Geo-ecological Significance, Project completion report submitted to DST, New Delhi.___________ 1997, Performance of Portable Automatic Weather System and its Sensor Pakages used on Naradu Glacier, Kinnar Himalaya, Advances in Hydrological Instrumentation V.C. Goyal – (NIH Roorkee) Allied Publishers Limited, New Delhi.___________ 1997, Downstream Changes inLithology andSediment Load inBaspa Valley, H.P. IIG Vol. 17, 1997.___________1996, Present Day Glacier in North Western Himalayas (Indus Valley) and some data on their mass balance, National Institute of Hydrology Roorkee pp___________ Weather Dynamics inNaradu Glacier BasinKinnaur District, H.P. The Univ. Rev., University of Jammu.___________ 1995, Terraces of Lidder: Contributions to Quaternary morphogenesis, Indian Geomorphologists Vol.II pp___________ 1995, Anthropogenic moisture production in the Himalayas and its impact on geo-ecology, International Seminar on Environment, Sustainable Development and Human Health, Department of Geography, BHU Varanasi, India,Feb.___________ 1995, Geomorphology of Jammu Siwaliks and its changing Environmental Status, National Association of Geographers, India-Mountain Environment and Sustainable Development.___________ 1995, Late Quaternary Glacial and Climatic History of Lidder Valley, Kashmir Himalaya, in India: Gemorphological Diversity, Dikshit, K.R., M.N. and Kale, V.S. (eds), Jaipur, Rawat Publ.
30Singh G.B, Professor (Retired) Books/PapersIndian Forest EcologyJammuRESEARCH JOURNALSSingh, Gurbakhsh with Sarkar, Shyamal (2004), “Spatial Variation in the Consumption of fuelwood in Western Himalayas: A Case Study of Village Kirmoo and Balota”, The Geographer, Aligarh ( in Press).___________ with Sarkar, Shymal (2004), “Spatial Variation in the Consumption of Fuelwood in Western Himalayas: A Case Study of Village Panj Grain and Khaned”, Regional Symboisis, Kanpur (in Press).___________ “Interaction of Man and Livestock with Forests: A Case Study” The Geographer, July 2001 (in press).___________ “Some Environmental Consideration of Lopping Forest Trees in Western Himalayas: A Case Study of Village Dhar-Jhankar”. The Geographer. Vol. I, Jan 2001___________ “Biotic Interaction with Forests in Middle Himalayas: A Case Study of village Sawjian”, The Geographer, Vol. XLIV, No.1 Jan___________ “Patterns of Fuel-wood consumption and its Impact on Forest Environment in Middle Himalayas”. International Seminar on Environment, Sustainable Development and Human Health Department of Geography, B.H.U. Varanasi, India, Feb.1995.___________ “Forest Resources of Jammu and Kashmir: An Overview”, National Association of Geographers India, Dec. 1995, Mountain Environment and Sustainable Development.
31Manhas V.S, Professor & Head Books/PapersA Political Geography of Afganistan” Book Well Publishers, New Delhi.RESEARCH JOURNAL“Development Strategies for Jammu District, Hill Geographer, NEHU, 2005.“ Man-Land Relations in N.W Himalayas,The Gujjars of Punch-J&K, Geographical Observer, Meerut College Geographical Society, 2005.“ Infrastructure Development in Kathua District”, H.N.B., Garhwal Proceedings of International Seminar on Himalayas, 2005.“Development Strategies for Kathua District” Proceeding of RGA Jaipur, 2005.“ Tourist Impact on Katra-Vaishno Devi” Environment and Developmen ed Jasbir Singh, 2005.“ Socio-Economic Strategies for Development in Jammu District, 2002, A Project Report, Indian Institute of Resource Management, IIRM, Jaipur, 2002CONFERENCES NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL ATTENDED32nd Study Session on Protection of Religious and Ethnic Minorities, Strasbourg, France, Jul 2001.Workshop on Problem of Rapid Urbanization organized by the Common Wealth Foundation and Common Wealth Geographical Bureau at New Delhi and Colombo from 14th November to 18th November 2001 and presented a paper ‘Urban Sprawl in Jammu’.31st Study Session of Human Rights organized by International Institute of Human Right, Strasbourg, France from 3rd July – 28th July 2000.Seven Day Research Internship offered by School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London from 13th August to 20th August 2000.Presented a paper in National Symposium on Tourism Management at Jawahar Lal Nehru University New Delhi – 1997.Presented a paper in National Association for Geographers, India at Department of Earth Sciences and Ocean Development, Trivandrum – 1997.Indian Geography Congress held at NEHU, Shillong presented paper on Elections in a Border State. OctIndian Geography Congress held in Jammu University, in Dec
32Sharma, R.P., Associate Professor RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS:Spatial Analysis of Agriculture Productivity. A case study of Jammu shiwalik Literati: A Multidisciplinary Journal, Volume 2nd, Number 1, summer, 2008.Demographic Zones in J&K: A Case Study of Kathua District, University Journal “Literati” accepted for publication.Rural Transformation in J&K – A Case Study – Aqilpur Village, Jammu ( ) accepted for publication by NITTT, Ministry of Human Research Development, Govt. of India, Chandigarh.Rural Development Planning – Geographical retrospection. A Case study-outer plain (Jammu) ( ) accepted for publication by NITTT, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India, Chandigarh.Location Deprivation – Urban Landscape Analysis in Jammu City (J&K); pp , UGC-SAP Seminar on Mega cities – Governance and Infrastructure (Abstract) 24-25th March 2006.Population and Development Interface; Jammu Distt. (J&K) pp. 94 (Abstract) 23-25th Feb. 27th I.I.G. Meet, Dept. of Geography, University of Jammu.Regional Disparities in Agricultural Development in Akhnoor Tehsil (J&K) pp. 85 (Abstract) 23-25th Feb. 27th I.I.G. Meet, Dept. of Geography, University of Jammu.Location Deprivation in Dehradun Municipal Corporation Area pp (A Project Report). June, 2005, Geoinformatics Division, 4 Kalidas Road, IIRS, Dehradun.Socio-economic transformation and Modernization in outer Jammu plains – geographical retrospection, pp. 179, 1st J&K State Science Congress (Abstract) FebSocio-economic transformation of schedule tribe in J&K. pp. 181, 1st J&K State Science Congress (Abstract) FebPopulation, education and development interface geographical appraisal – A Case study Jammu district (J&K). pp. 184, 1st J&K State Science Congress (Abstract) FebAgrarian Profile – Geographical analysis A case study – Sangla Valley, Kinnaur, Journal of social sciences. Vol. XVII. pp ,Weather dynamics in the Naradu Glacier Basin Kinnaur district, H.P. University Review, Faculty of Science, University of Jammu. pp , March 1996.Crop and Livestock Combustion – Spatial Analysis – A Case Study – Ranbirsinghpura Tehsil Jammu, Jammu University Research Journal of Social Sciences, 1994, ppSettlement Hierarchy – Spatial Analysis: A Case Study of Ranbirsinghpura Tehsil (Jammu District). University Review, Faculty of Science, University of Jammu, Jammu 1993.
33Book Review – Chota Nagpur Plateau Study of Settlement Geography Book Review – Chota Nagpur Plateau Study of Settlement Geography. University Review, Faculty of Science, University of Jammu, Jammu 1993.Modernization and Social Change Among Schedule Castes – A Case Study of Jammu District, Journal of Social Science, University of Jammu, Vol. IX, pp , July 1992.Spatial Population distribution in J&K State. Kashmir Ecology edited by S.K. Chadha, pp , Mittal Publication New DelhiPhysiographic and Environmental Impact in J&K State. Kashmir Ecology by S.K. Chadha, pp , Mittal Publication New DelhiGeographical Analysis of Scheduled Caste in J&K: A Case Study of Jammu District. Geographical Perspective, Vol. 3, Patna University, Sept. 89, ppSurface Transport in J&K. Social Sciences, University of Jammu, Vol. V, Aug. 1987, ppEnvironmental Framework in Marh Block J&K State. Man & Nature, Rajghat, New Delhi, Vol. XI, April 1987, ppDistance and Spatial Organization of Agriculture. Man & Nature, Rajghat, New Delhi, Feb. 1987, Vol. IX, ppSocio-Economic Structure Jammu Division. A Case Study of Marh Block (J&K). Annals of Rajasthan Geographers. Vol, VI, Dec. 1986, ppLevels of Agricultural development in Chenta Doab pp , Nov Regional Seminar, on conservations and utilizations of natural resources organized by G.G.M Science College, Jammu.Population Growth rate and its impact on participation growth rate 38-43, Nov. 25th and 26th Regional Seminar on conservations of Natural Resources, G.G.M. Science College, Jammu.Community Development Programme and Village Akalpura pp Nov. 25th and 26th Regional Seminar on Conservations and utilizations of Natural Resource Organized G.G.M. Science College, Jammu.
34Dr. Anradha Sharma, Associate Professor Paper Published“Biotic Interaction with Forest in Middle Himalayas : A Case Study of Village Sawjian”. The Geographers. Vol: XLIV. No I pp 75-86“ Biotic Interaction with Forest in the Western Siwaliks : A case Study of Trreru Village, Annals, National Association of Geographer, India Vol XVIII, Dec. pp“Forest Biomass with drawl by loping in the western Himalayas in Village Marhi. The Geographers Vl.2, 2001.“Man Forest Interaction in Middle Himalayas. A Case Study of village Encha .The Forester”A comparative analysis of Biomass withdrawl in the Upper and middle Himalayas of J&KPaper Presented in Seminars/Conferences1989 “Spatio- temporal variation in Deodar Extraction in Jammu Region National Seminar organized by Department of Geography GGM Science college, Jammu1992 “Forest Biomass withdrawal in the lower altitude of Himalayas” Indian National Cartographic Association XIIInternational Conference Held at Jamia Millian Islamia New Delhi, Nov- 4-81995 “ Biotic Interaction in Forest in the Western Siwaliks : A Case Study of Treru village “ National Seminar held at Jammu University.1995 “Forest Biomass withdrawal in high altitude Zone of Himalayas: A Case Study of Marhi, Indian Geography Congress Jammu2005 “Man Forest Interaction in Middle Himalayas. A Case Study of village Encha J&K Jamia Millia, New Delhi.2006 “Forest Biomass withdrawal in different Altitudinal zones of J&K Hmalayas ( A comparative analysis), Institute of Indian Geographers, 27th Convention and National Seminar held at University of Jammu2006 “Withdrawal of Forest Biomass in Temperate and Tropical Regions of Western Himalayas: A Comparative Analysis’, XXVIII Institute of Indian Geographers Conference University of Allahabad.2007 “ Quantification of Forest Resources withdrawal in Himalayan Region of Jammu ( A case study of Encha village),National Conference on Environment, Development and health, held at Department of Geography, A.M.U. Aligarh from Fen,
35Raina D.S., Sr. Asstt.Professor PAPERSRESEARCH JOURNALS(2004) “Continuity and Change among in Jammu Siwaliks: A Case of Village Raika, J&K” in Reddy, PC and Manchi Sarat Babu (eds) Folklore in the New Millennium, Research India Press, New Delhi.(2004) “A Comparative Study of Temporal Winters Fold Housing: Case of Gujjars and Bakerwal in Jammu & Kashmir”. The Geographer Aligarh (in press).(1996) “Human Pressure and Mismanagement of Urban Ecology: A Focus on the Temple City of Jammu”. The University Review, March 1996,Jammu. Pp.__________ (1995) “The Temple City Jammu: A Brief Evolutionary Profile” Mountain Environment and Sustainable Development, Published by Department of Geography, University of Jammu. December pp 52-55__________ (1995) “Folk House in the Strategic Border Valley: A Case Study of Loran Valley in Poonch District. University Review, University of Jammu. March 1995 pp 1-9.Paper Presented___________ (2000) “Folk House Types: A Comparative Study of Temporary Winter Dwellings of Gujjars and Bakerwals”. International Conference on Folklore and Cultural Studies in 21st Century, January 2000, Punjabi University, Patiala.___________ (1995) “Influx of Kashmiri Migrants in Jammu City: An Analysis of Existing Socio-spatial patterns”. Indian Geography Congress, 1995, Jammu.___________ (1995) “Distribution of Civic Amenities Role of Civic Bodies: A Study of Jammu City. National Seminar held at Jammu University, 1995.
36Asgher.M.S, Asstt. Professor Books‘Land Degradation and Environmental Pollution’, 2004, B.R. Publishing Corporation, New Delhi‘Rural Women-Work and Health’, 2005, Women’s Press, B.R. Publishing Corporation, New Delhi.Research Papers in International Journals1 (Published)Singh, A.L., Asgher.S., 2005, ‘Impact of Brick Kilns on Landuse/Landcover changes around Aligarh City, India’, Habitat International, Vol.29, Issue-3, SepResearch Papers in National Journals:9 (Published)‘Impact of Brick Kilns on the Environment; A case study of Aligarh, The Geographer, Vol.49, No.1, Jan, 2002.‘Land Degradation through Brick Kilns; A case study of Aligarh , Indian Journal of Regional Science, Kolkata, Vol.XXXV, No.2, 2003.‘Environmental Impact of Brick Kilns in the Fringe Areas of North Indian Cities; A case study, The Deccan Geographer, Pune, Vol.41, No.1, June-2003.‘Impact of Brick Quarrying on Soil Fertility and Agricultural Productivity: A case study of Aligarh, Geographical Review of India, Kolkata Vol.66, No-4, 2004.‘Conditions of the Women Brick Worker’s in the Peri-urban Areas of North Indian cities’, National Geographer, Allahabad Vol. 39 No. 1+2, Jan-June, July-Dec‘Socio-Economic and Health Condition of Child Workers in the Brick kilns’ National Geographical Journal of India, BHU, Varanasi,Vol.52, Pt. 3-4, Sep.-Dec., 2006.‘Impact of Brick Kilns on the Health of Workers and Villagers; A case study, The Geographical Observer, Vol.35, 2005, Meerut.‘Rural Women’s Work and Health: A case study’ The Transaction, Pune, Vol.29, No. 1, Winter 2007.‘Child Labour in Lock Factories of Aligarh City, India’, The Indian Geographical Journal, Madras, Vol.81, No.2, 2006 (Published in July, 2007)
37VISIONIn order to achieve the academic excellence the department, in addition to the existing thrust areas namely Glaciology, Forest Ecology, Geo-ecology and Regional Development visualizes to achieve the following long and short time objectives.Long Time Objectives1. State of Jammu & Kashmir is no less beautiful in its natural grandeur than even Switzerland and is considered to be a heaven on earth. Studies in the Geography of Tourism in such a state cannot be ignored. As such department wants to develop this subject to enlarge the scope of its students for jobs in tourist industry of not only J&K State and the entire Himalayan Region but in the country as a whole.2. The department in collaboration with Government of Jammu & Kashmir in general and the Town and Planning department in particular plans to establish a sister department of Town and Country Planning. After obtaining the PG Degree in Geography (Economics, Sociology and Engineering) limited number of students (on merit) would be admitted for a job-oriented course in Town and Country Planning as well as in (b) Rural/Regional Planning and Development.3. Research work and research publication is an integral part of the academic excellence. As such department now feels that it is mature enough to launch a research journal of national and international standard to widen to research in the department. However, it may take some more time to achieve this objective yet it will remain a major objective to be achieved in the next five years.4. Department wants to develop Forest Ecology, Glaciology, Water, Environmental and other resource management specializations as these resources are basic to the state of Jammu & Kashmir.Short Time Objectives1. Efforts to extent the accommodation of the department.2. Enrichment of Library with relevant books and journals.3. Starting M.Phil Courses.4. Inducting a Course in GIS (subject to a addition in the faculty of thedepartment.
38PRPPOSALS FOR XIth PLAN BuildingEstimated CostClass Rooms : 4Laboratory : 4Rooms for faculty :10(With Attach Bathroom)Scholar Room :1Girls Common Room : 1Rooms for Projects : 4Committee Room : 1Seminar Hall : 1Rooms For Technical staff : 5Store Rooms with each Laboratory : 4Room for Ministerial Staff : 15 Crore
39PROPOSALS FOR XIth PLAN Faculty Requirement-One Professor-One Associate Professor-One Assistant Professor-One Map Curator-One computer Assistant8.5 Lakh7 Lakh4 Lakh2.5 lakh2 LakhScientific Equipments-Software Related to GIS and Remote Sensing.-Multiple scanner, and GPS.- Satellite Imageries, Digital Topographic Sheets and related data decoding.15 LakhFinancial Requirements for excellence in Teaching and Research.-Visiting Faculty-Faculty Improvement Programme.-Conferences and Seminar5 Lakh1 LakhGrand TotalFive Crore Forty Seven Lakh