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About Us

Name of the Department Post Graduate Teaching Department of
Ancient Indian History, Culture And Archaeology.
Year of Establishment 1955
Name of the Head Dr. Preety A. Trivedi

Brief Introduction of the Department :-
The Department of Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology is situated within the Mahatma Jyotiba Fuley Education Society Campus and comprises of a Departmental building and a Museum. At present the subject offers a Post Graduate Degree (MA) Course in Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology. The duration of the course is Two Years (Four Semesters). The Third and Fourth Semesters provide an option between Group A- Archaeology and Group B- Culture. The intake capacity of students/ semester is 15

.

Faculty positions:

S No

 Name of the post

Sanctioned post

Present position

Vacant post

1.

Professor

         01

        01

      Nil

2.

Associate Professor

         02

        01

01

3.

Assistant Professor

         02

        01

       01

Faculty Profile:

Dr. Preety A. Trivedi, M.A., Ph.D. in Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology
Designation: Professor and Head of Department
Date of Joining: 2nd December, 2013.
Educational Qualifications: MA, PhD, Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology
Email – [email protected]
Teaching Experience:- 21Years (UG and PG)
Research Experience: - 21 years

Area of Specialization: Art and Architecture, Art History.

Research and Publications:-

Articles / Chapters published in Books- 01
Full Papers Published in Conference Proceedings- 09
Papers/Posters Presented in Seminar, Conference, Workshop, Symposia- 11
Invited Lectures at National or International Conferences/Seminars: 08

Academic Contributions:-

Organized: Exhibitions: 04, Workshops: 08, Guest Lectures: 02

Designing Curricula: Discipline- Science and Liberal Arts (for Post Graduate and Graduate Diploma in Design, National Institute of Design (NID) Ahmadabad)

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Name of Courses:

Heritage Conservation (Current Concerns)- 01

Material Culture- 01

Designed and Prepared posters commemorating 125 Years of VNGIASS” (earlier Morris College), Nagpur.

 

Significant Achievements:-

  • Received recognition from the National Geographic and Fox History Channels Inc. for providing research material, resource and preparing the script for the documentary “History of Names”, 2010.
  • Visiting Faculty, Science and Liberal Arts, since 2011 in the  National Institute of Design, Ahmadabad (Ranked 5th among Design Schools in Asia and 15th  among Design Schools in Europe)

 

Guidance for PhD:-

S. No.

Name of the Research Scholar

Topic (Title) of Research

Date of Registration

Ongoing/ Awarded

1.

Shri Ramakant P. Dubey

भारत में प्राच्यकालीन जलसंवर्धन (सिंधु संस्कृती से गुप्त काल तक)

23rd April, 2003

Awarded

2.

Mr. Vijay Rai

मौर्ययुगीन अभिलेखों में वर्णित गुप्तचर्य व्यवस्था का तुलनात्मक अध्ययन

12th January, 2007

Awarded

3.

Mr. Vijaykumar S. Matel

शैलाश्रयों की चित्रकलाओं का प्राच्यकालीन व वर्तमान कालीन तुलनात्मक अध्ययन

11th January, 2007

Thesis Submitted 10/01/2012

4.

Mr. Umesh V. Mendhe

“Development of Harappan Architecture from Early To Mature Harappan: A Case Study of the Kutch Region, Gujarat”

14th January, 2008

Ongoing

5.

Ms. Arti Mrunal Aley

पर्यावरण तथा सांस्कृतिक परिपेक्ष्य में लोनार का पुरातात्त्विक महत्व-एक अध्ययन

17th July, 2013

Synopsis submitted for approval

Membership of Professional Organization:
Membership of Associations-

  • Society for South Asian Archaeology, Pune, Maharashtra.
  • Life membership of Indian Art History Congress, New Delhi
  • Membership of Associations- Life membership of Madhya Pradesh Itihas Parishad, Bhopal
  • Life Membership, Indian Archaeological Society, New Delhi

Name of the Faculty

Name: Dr. Prabash Sahu
Date of Birth: 03-07-1968
Designation: Associate Professor, Deptt. of Ancient Indian History, Culture and
Archaeology, RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur
Date of Joining: 31-10-2013
Educational Qualification: M.A, Post-Graduate Diploma in Archaeology, Ph. D, Pragya (Hindi), UGC NET, MS-CIT.
Area of Specialization: Field Archaeology, Pre, Proto and Historical Archaeology.
Contact: +919860979371, Email: [email protected]
 

 

List of Publications
As Author- 07
As co-author- 06
Submitted for Publication- 05
Books:- 02
 

Field Experience:
Excavations

  • Manamunda, Dist. Phulbani, Odisha
  • Dholavira, Dist. Kachchha, Gujarat
  • Lalkot, NCR, Delhi
  • Sravasti, Dist. Bahraich, Uttar Pradesh
  • Pipri, Dist. Khargone, Madhya Pradesh
  • Utawad, Dist. Khargone, Madhya Pradesh
  • Khaparkhera, Dist. Khargone, Madhya Pradesh
  • Nawrakheri, Dist. Khargone, Madhya Pradesh
  • Ubharia, Dist, Betul, Madhya Pradesh
  •  Chichali, Dist. Khargone, Madhya Pradesh
  •  Ayodhya, Dist. Faizabad, Uttar Pradesh
  •  Bhirrana, Dist. Fatehabad, Haryana
  •  Vadinapalli, Dist. Nalgonda, Andhra Pradesh
  • Nemalipuri, Dist. Nalgonda, Andhra Pradesh
  •  Vellaturu, Dist. Nalgonda, Andhra Pradesh
  •  Malhar, Dist. Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh

Exploration-

  • Sardar Sarovar Dam Project Submergence Area, District Kahargone, Madhya Pradesh
  • Districts of Lower Subansiri and Papum Pare, Arunachal Pradesh
  • Pulichintala Irrigation Project Submergence Area, District Nalgonda and Guntur, Andhra Pradesh
  • Explorations and Documentations of Rock Shelters in the Gawilgarh Hills, Dist. Betul, Madhya Pradesh

Inter-disciplinary Studies/Training

  • GIS, GPS, Prototyping, IIT, Kapur
  • GPRS at Ahichhatra, District Bareily, Uttar Pradesh, IIT, Kanpur
  • Optically Simulated Luminescence Dating, BARC, Trombay, Mumbai

Membership of Professional Organization

  • Indian Archaeological Society, New Delhi
  • Rock Art Society of India, Agra

 


Dr. Priyadarshi Meghshyam Khobragade, M.A., NET & JRF of UGC, Ph.D.
Sr. Assistant Professor
Paper published – 15
Book published – 02
Project – Temples of Yavatmal District 2007
Number of the Students Registered for Ph.D. - 01
Contact No. 9623184742, 9823091215, 0712-2040500(Off.)
E-mail ID - [email protected]

Vision  

  • Establish a Centre for Indology
  • Intensify Heritage Awareness Drives
  • Promote preservation and conservation of Archaeological

 and Cultural Heritage

  • Promote Living Traditions
  • Collaborations & Linkages with National

           and International Organizations

Aims of the Department-
      Curriculum Development:-

  • Renewal & Revision of Curricula for PG
  • Framing Courses- Introducing Short Term Certificate Courses

Teaching, Learning & Evaluation:- 

  • Use of ICT
  • Learning Resources: Antiquities, films, documentaries
  • Facilitate and Encourage use of Departmental Library

Research, Consultancy & Extension:-

  • Promoting Research and Publications
  • Extending expertise to other agencies and organizations
  • Extension Work- Organizing Activities Related to Curriculum
  • Encourage and Mobilize Student Initiatives for promotion of Culture

     Student Support:-

  • Arrange Explorations and Excavations
  • Arranging Guest Lectures of eminent personalities
  • To inculcate the spirit and enthusiasm in the students for research and further studies

Down Memory Lane: A Brief History of the Department

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Faculty Profile:-
Registered Guides for PhD:-
Permanent Faculties:-

  • Dr. Preety A. Trivedi
  • Dr. Priyadarshi M. Khobragade 

Part Time:-

  • Dr. Chandrashekhar Gupta
  • Dr. Ismail Kellelu
  • Dr. Manik Gajbhiye
  • Presently 10 students are registered for Ph. D in the Department.        


Course offered:
2 Years (Four Semester) P.G. Degree M.A. Course in Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology (In Third and Fourth Semester has two groups as Archaeology & Culture)
 


Eligibility for admission:

  • Graduate in any discipline from the RTM Nagpur University or any other university recognized as equivalent thereto.
  • Graduates from other Universities seeking admission to the M. A. course in Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology, are required to obtain an Eligibility Certificate from RTM Nagpur University and submit original documents along with Migration Certificate.


Outline of the Syllabus:-
Semester – I
Paper – I Historiography
Paper – II Political History of India up to 320 A.D.
Any one of the following
Paper – III Indian Polity up to 13th cent A.D.
Paper – IV Crime and Punishment in Ancient India
Paper – V Social History of India up to 13th Centuary A.D.

Any one of the following-

Paper – VI Principles of Archaeology
Paper – VII Fundamentals of Archaeology
Paper – VIII Ancient History of Vidarbha
Practical (Modelling, Pottery Making) and Viva-voce

Semester – II
Paper – I Research Methodology
Paper – II Political History of India 320 A.D. to 1300 A.D.
Any one of the following
Paper – III Indian Religion and Philosophy up to 13th cent A.D.
Paper – IV Worship in Ancient India
Paper – V Economic History of India up to 13th Cent. A.D.

Any one of the following:-

Paper – VI Methods of Archaeology
Paper – VII Introduction to Archaeology
Paper – VIII Art and Architecture of Vidarbha
Practical (Surveying, Drawing, Photography) and Viva-voce
Semester – III (Group “A”)

Paper – I Prehistory of India
Paper – II Indian Architecture

Any one of the following:-

Paper – III Epigraphy and Palaeography
Paper – IV Museology
Paper – V Heritage Management
Paper – VI Ancient Indian Technology

Any one of the following:-

Paper – VII Ancient Indian Numismatics
Paper – VIII History of Indian Archaeology
Paper – IX Harrappan Civilization
Paper – X Numismatics & Epigraphy of Vidarbha
Practical (Museum Display) and Viva-voce

Semester – IV (Group “A”)
Paper – I Proto-history of India
Paper – II Art and Iconography

Any one of the following:-

Paper – III Selected Inscriptions
Paper – IV Antiquarian Laws
Paper – V Post-Excavation Analysis and Report Writing
Paper – VI Science in Archaeology

Any one of the following:-

Paper – VII Historical Archaeology
Paper – VIII Ethnoarchaeology
Paper – IX Early Iron Age of India
Paper – X Archaeology of Vidarbha
Practical Tour Report/Project/Excavation Report and Viva-voce

Semester – III (Group “B”)

Paper – I Ancient World - I
Paper – II Indian Culture Outside India – I

Any Two of the following:-

Paper – III Historical Geography of Ancient India - I
Paper – IV Ancient Indian Literature - I
Paper – V Cultural (Art) Background of India - I
Practical and Viva-voce

Semester – IV (Group “B”):-

Paper – I Ancient World - II
Paper – II Indian Culture Outside India – II

Any Two of the following:-

Paper – III Historical Geography of Ancient India - II
Paper – IV Ancient Indian Literature - II
Paper – V Cultural (Religious) Background of India - II
Practical and Viva-voce
 

Facilities available in the Department:-

  • Computer Lab
  • Library with maps, 4000 books and 2000 thousand journals
  • LCD & OHP Projectors for use as teaching aids
  • Departmental Museum with display of antiquities retrieved from excavations
  • Equipment for Excavations, Explorations and related work like Photography, Surveying and Drawing etc.

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Procedure for Admissions:-

  • Application forms for admission may be obtained on payment of Rs. 45/- each from the office of the PGTD Humanities, Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Amaravati Road, Nagpur.
  • Duly filled forms must be submitted to the Department along with true copies of the mark sheets of UG examinations.
  • The admission list will be prepared merit-wise and category-wise and displayed on the Notice Board of the Department.
  • The shortlisted candidates shall be interviewed by an Expert appointed by the University.
  • Upon selection, the candidates will be required to submit their original college leaving certificate and deposit the admission fee in the Account Section on or before the last date of admission declared by the University


Contact Address:-
Department of A.I.H.C. & Archaeology,
Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University,
Mahatma Jyotiba Phuley Educational Campus,
Amravati Road, Nagpur-440 033
Phone: +917122040765    

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Activities- Excavations:-

Excavations conducted by Department

Sl. No.

Name of the Site

District

State

Name of Excavator(s)

Year of Excavation

1

Paunar

Wardha

Maharashtra

S. B. Deo and M.K. Dhavalikar

1967-68

2

Takalghat-Khapa-Gangapur

Nagpur

Maharashtra

S. B. Deo

1968-69

3

Pauni

Bhandara

Maharashtra

S.B. Deo & J. P. Joshi

1969-71

4

Mahurjhari

Nagpur

Maharashtra

S.B. Deo

1970-72

5

Bhokardan

Aurangabad

Maharashtra

S.B.Deo

1972-74

6

Mandhal

Nagpur

Maharashtra

A. M.Shastri

1975-77

7

Arni

Yavatmal

Maharashtra

A.M. Shastri

1978-79 and 1984-85

8

Mansar

Nagpur

Maharashtra

O.P.Verma

1988-89

9

Tharsa

Nagpur

Maharashtra

A. M. Shastri

1989-91

10

Shrikhanda

Nagpur

Maharashtra

A. M. Shastri

1991-92 and 1993-94

11

Bhuyari

Nagpur

Maharashtra

C. S. Gupta and K. Ismail

1997-98

12

Dhamna-Linga

Nagpur

Maharashtra

C.S. Gupta and K. Ismail

2001-03

13

Dattawadi

Nagpur

Maharashtra

C.S. Gupta and K. Ismail

2003-04

14

Devlameti

Nagpur

Maharashtra

C.S. Gupta and K. Ismail

2005-06

15

Vyahad

Nagpur

Maharashtra

P.S.Meshram

2006-07

16

Gawarala

Chandrapur

Maharashtra

P.S.Meshram

2007-08

17

Drugdhamna

Nagpur

Maharashtra

P.S.Meshram

2008-09

18

Chandankheda

Chandrapur

Maharashtra

P.S.Meshram

2009-10

19

Sawari

Chandrapur

Maharashtra

P.S.Meshram

2010-11

20

Bhatala

Chandrapur

Maharashtra

P.S.Meshram

2011-12

21

Kayar

Yavatmal

Maharashtra

P.S. Meshram

2012-13

List of PhD’s Completed by Faculty and Research Scholars since the Establishment of the Department:-

Sl. No

Name of the Scholar

Topic

Year of Award

1

Shastri, A.M

Studies in the Brihatsamhita of Varahamihira

1962

2

Varma, O.P.

The Yadavas anand Their Times

1967

3

Reddy, Y.G.

The Kakatyas and Their Age

1967

4

Nema, S.R.

The Political History of the Somavamsi kings of South-Kosala and Orissa

1969

5

Krishnamurthy, K

Life under the Ikshvakus as depicted in the Nagarjunkonda Sculptures

1970

6

Arunkumar

Post-Harappan Chalcolithic Cultures of Western India and the Deccan

1972

7

Mahajan Malati

Development of Material Culture in India from about the 6th century BC to 320 AD

1972

8

Rao, V.V.

Prehistoric and Proto-Historic Flora and Fauna in India

1973

9

Margabandhu, C.

Material Culture of Central and Western India and the Deccan

1973

10

Patankar, Bhanjibhai

Kailasa : A Cultural Study

1973

11

Sahasrabudhe, Nandini

Life in ancient India as Depicted in the Kushana Art of  Mathura

1974

12

Singh, H.N

Black & Red Ware Pottery : A Cultural Study

1974

13

Risaldar, Y.K.

The Varangacarita of Jatasimhanandin : A Cultural Study

1974

14

Gupta, C.S.

Cultural History of Vidarbha (600 BC to 600 AD)

1976

15

Sen, Manju1976

Socio-Economic Conditions of Maharashtra

 

16

Gupta, L.N.

Mahabharat : A Social Study

1977

17

Jawaharlal, G.

Jainism in Andhra (As Depicted in Inscriptions)

1978

18

Prasad, P.R.K.

The Cultural Content of the Sunga-Satavahana Art

1979

19

Kakde, V.T.

The Female Figure in the Art of Ajanta, Ellora & Elephanta Caves

1979

20

Deshpande, Madura

Iconography of Siva in Maharashtra (from 3rd c.A.D. to 13th c. A.D.)

1981

21

I. Kellellu

Karnataka Temples : Their Role in Socio-Economic Life

1981

22

Meshram, P.S.

Material Cultures as Depicted in Early Caves of Maharashtra State

1983

23

Rao, G. Satyanarayan

The Telugu Cholas of Kanduri : A Study of History & Arts

1983

24

Rao, K. Pulla

Megalithic Culture in Andhra Pradesh & Maharashtra

1984

25

Katkar Narmada

Cultural History of Ancient Maharashtra

1985

26

Mane, Ganpat K

Megalithic Cultures in the Deccan

1986

27

Lanjewar Vijay M

Cave Paintings of Pachmarhi

1986

28

Dayalan

Early Medieval Temples of Tamilnadu : Their Role in Socio-Economic Life

1990

29

Sinha Tapti

A Study of Guilds of North Western and Central India Based on Numismatics and Epigraphy

1991

30

Sathi, S.M

Temples of Kerala : Socio-Economic Analysis (800 c. A.D. to  1200 c. AD)

1992

31

Gupta, S.S.

Date of Rock Shelter Paintings of Central India

1992

32

Trivedi Preety

Classification of Architectural & Sculptural styles of North India

1993

33

Vasudevan, S.

Temple of Andhra Pradesh : A Socio-Economic Analysis (400  AD – 1300 AD)

1995

34

Girhe Khusal M.

,Architectural & Planning under the Bhosles of Nagpur

1995

35

Deshpande, Brahmanand S.

Studies in the Rashtrakuta Inscriptions

1996

36

Phadke, P.N.

Iron Age & Migration in India (up to 300 A.D.)

1997

37

Shende, G.T.

Ancient Indian Ornaments: A Cultural Study (600 B.C.- 300 A.D.)

1999

38

Khobragade, P. M.

Archaeology of  Wardha District

2001

39

Deulgaonkar, Reeta

Hingalajgadh (Distt. Mandsaur) Ke Parmar Shilpa Ka Adhyayan

2004

40

Borkar, R.R.

Archaeology of Chandrapur and Gadchiroli

2004

41

C.N.Choppawar

Vishawkarma Samaj : Ek Sanskritik Adhayan

2005

42

Murai, Poornima D

Jainisam in Vidarbha

2005

 

Naranje, Manohar V

Archaeology of Bhandara and Gondia District

2005

43

Sonone, Prashant P

Vidarbha Ka Sanskritika Itihas

2008

44

Gajbhiye, Manikchand

Shudra Purvi Koun Hote? Dr. Ambedkar Likhit Granthache Punarmulyankan

2008

45

Dhawde Mahendra

Bhartiya Tailik Samaj: Ek Adhayan

2009

46

Sahu, Prabash

A Study of Faunal Representations on Chalcolithic Pottery in India

2010

47

Gedam, Vijay

Household Articles in Ancient Deccan

2010

48

Swarnakar, Vasant

Amarkosh ka Sanskritik Adhyayan

 

49

Ganvir, Shrikant

Depiction of Yaksha and Nagas in Buddhist Art- A Study

2011

50

Sharma, Varsha

Studies in Silver Punch Marked Coins of India

2012

51

Wankhede, Omkar

Madhya Ganga Ghati Kshetra me Buddha Dhrama ka Puratattvik Anushilan (600 BC to 300 AD)

2012

52

Sarvesh Jagannath Nandrekar

Mother Goddess Cult at Paithan in the Early Historic Period

2012

53

Wankhede, W.A.

Buddhist Terracottas in Middle Ganga Valley-A Study

2012

54

Upadhyay, Vishi

Study of Coinage of Dakshina Kosala : (From Punch-Marked to Kalchuri Period)

2013

55

Ambekar, Abhijit S

An assessment of role of Artillery : A Case Study of  Portuguese Rule in India

2013

56

Upasani, Arvind  H

Travel & Tourism in Ancient India:     (c. 6th Century B.C. To c. 10th Century A.D.)

2013

57

Hatekar, Shraddha D

Ayurveda- An Archaeological Study

2014

58

Rangari, Shilpa S

Vaishnav Dharm me Buddha

2014

59

Verma, S.P.

 Prachin Bharat aur Nepal ke Rajnitik Sambandh- Lichhavi Kal Tak

2014

Students who have cleared National Eligibility Test:-


1

Tashkand Alone

JRF

S.A. ASI

2

Nandini Bhattacharya

S.A. ASI

3

Gajanan Katde

June 2012

S.A. ASI

4

Priyadarshi Khobragade

1994-1996

JRF

June 1997

Lecturer, Nagpur

5

Waman Wankhade

1994-1996

 

June 1999

Allhabad Museum, 
Allahabad

6

Manohar Naranje

1995-1997

June 1999

Research Student

7

Purnima Murai

1997-1999

June 2001

Research Student

8

Shrikant Ganveer

1997-1999

JRF

June 2001

Asst. Prof., Deccan College

9

Shilpa Rangari

1998-2000

Dec. 2002

A.A. ASI

10

Narendra Dahiwale

1998-2000

June 2003

Research Student

11

Ramakant Dubey

2000-2002

June 2003

Lecturer, Allahabad

12

Ekta Dharkar

2000-2002

June 2004

Research Student

13

Dhiraj Choudhari

2000-2002

Dec. 2003

Research Student

14

Vijay Gedam

2000-2002

Dec. 2003

Research Student

15

Umesh Mendhe

2001-2003

June 2005

Research Student

16

Pravin Hingnekar

2002-2004

June 2006

Research Student

17

Akash Gedam

2002-2004

Dec. 2005

Research Student

18

Kanti Pawar

2002-2004

JRF

June 2006

Asst. Prof., Deccan College

19

Ashish Shende

2002-2004

June 2006

Research Student

20

Kanchan Bhaisare

2003-2005

June 2006

Research Student, Pune

21

Shraddha Hatekar

2003-2005

June 2006

Research Student

22

Kapil Ramteke

2003-2005

June 2007

Research Student

23

Preeti Naranje

2003-2005

June 2007

24

Pratibha Barahate

2003-2005

June 2007

25

Vishal Sahare

2003-2005

Dec. 2006

Research Student

26

Amit Pohoare

2003-2005

JRF

Dec. 2006

27

Virag Sontakke

2004-2006

JRF

Dec. 2006

T.A. SDA

28

Arati Khandate

2004-2006

June 2007

29

Dhanraj Sakhare

2004-2006

June 2007

Research Student

30

Gopal Joge

2004-2006

June 2007

Asst. Prof., Deccan College

31

Vilas Wahane

2005-2007

June 2007

T.A. SDA

32

Jaya Gholwe

2005-2007

June 2007

T.A. SDA

33

Kanchana Koach

2006-2008

June 2008

T.A. SDA, Assam

34

Vishi Upadhya

2006-2008

June 2008

T.A. SDA, Chattisgarh

35

Mohan Pardhi

2007-2009

JRF

Dec. 2008

Research Student, Pune

36

Amar Barsagde

2007-2009

June 2011

Instt. Of Archaeology

37

Amit Pendam

2008-2011

JRF

June 2012

Instt. Of Archaeology

38

Pranjali Waghmare

2010-2012

JRF

June. 2012

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Photographs of the Activities of the Department :

 

Burial furniture.
Beads and metal objects from burials.

Iron objects from burials Pottery

Harappan Objects Stone tools

FormerVice Chancellor Dr. with Dr. Ismail during an Exhibition organized in collaboration with Pre-History Branch, ASI, Nagpur  

At the ASI camp at Gavilgarh

Explorationsat GavilgarhHills
Working on Iron Samples with Dr. Park from Korea

Dr. Shimizu taking Copper samples  

Dr. Jang SikPark, HongikUniversity, Korea givinga talk on Megalithic Iron Implements

Dr. Yasuji Shimizu Archaeological Institute ofKashihara, Nara prefecture, Japan
With Japanese Team

Inaugural Function-Workshop on Akshararambh-History of Indian Print Media

Visit to the Museum-Vice Chancellor Dr. Vilas Sapkal, Dr.Ismail, Dr. P. Trivedi

Staffand Students with Dr. UdayaKumar, Dr. Ismail, Dr. ChandrashekharGupta and Dr. G.S. Khwaja

Visit to the Museum, Dr. VasantShinde, ViceChancellor, Deccan College, Pune
Interacting with PG and UG students during a three day Bridge Course

PhD Viva’s 2013-2014
Gathering-2014

Tributeto Great Personalities
Planting Trees
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