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Statistics

  • List of Faculty Member currently working in the Department:

 

Sr. No. Name of the Faculty Qualification Designation
1. Dr. K.P. Amrutkar M.Sc., Ph.D. Assistant Professor and Head

 

  • Faculty Members Served in the Department:

 

Sr. No. Name of the Faculty Qualification Designation Tenure
1. Prof. Dr. S.T. Wagh M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D. Professor and Head 1986-2020
2. Mr. L.A. Pachlore M.Sc. Assistant Professor 2021-2022
3. Mr. S.R. Chavan M.Sc., SET, NET Assistant Professor 2022-2023

Course Offered: 

 

F.Y.B.Sc. (Statistics) Choice Based Credit System
S.Y.B.Sc. (Statistics)

     

At first year of under-graduation, students will be given the basic information that
includes-methods of data representation and summarization. Correlation and
regression are the tools that are frequently used in statistical analysis. These topics are
studied in Paper I. Further they are introduced to probability and different discrete
probability distributions along with applications. Relevant experiments on these topics
will be included in practical course.

 

At second year of under-graduation, students are expected to study various probability distributions and its applications to real-life situations. An important branch of Statistics, viz. testing of hypotheses related to mean, variance, proportion, correlation etc. will be introduced. Some topics related to applications of Statistics will be also introduced.

 

  • Eligibility:
  1. First Year B.Sc.: Higher Secondary School Certificate (10+2) or its equivalent Examination with English and Mathematics; and two of the science subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography, Geology, etc.

 

  1. Second Year B.Sc.: Keeping terms of First Year of B. Sc. with Statistics as one of the subjects.

 

  • Structure of F. Y. B. Sc. Statistics:

           

Paper code Paper Paper title credits Marks
CIA ESE Total
Semester-I
ST 111 I Descriptive Statistics I 2 15 35 50
ST 112 II Discrete Probability 2 15 35 50
ST 113 III Statistics Practical Paper I 1.5 15 35 50
Semester-II
ST 121 I Descriptive Statistics II 2 15 35 50
ST 122 II Discrete Probability Distributions 2 15 35 50
ST 123 III Statistics Practical Paper II 1.5 15 35 50

 

  • Structure of S. Y. B. Sc. Statistics:

 

Paper code Paper Paper title credits Marks
CIA ESE Total
Semester-III
ST 231 I Statistics theory paper I 2 15 35 50
ST 232 II Statistics theory paper II 2 15 35 50
ST 233 III Statistics Practical Paper I 2 15 35 50
Semester-IV
ST 241 I Statistics theory paper I 2 15 35 50
ST 242 II Statistics theory paper II 2 15 35 50
ST 243 III Statistics Practical Paper II 2 15 35 50

 

Research Publication in International Refereed Journals

 

Sr. No Name of Author(s) Full Title of the Paper Journal Name Volume No Issue No. Year of Publication From Page To Page (pp)
01 K.K. Kamalja and K.P. Amrutkar Computational methods for reliability and importance measures of weighted-consecutive-systems IEEE Transactions on Reliability 63 1 2014 94-104
02 K.P. Amrutkar and K.K. Kamalja Reliability and importance measures of weighted-k -out-of-n:F  system International Journal of Reliability, Quality and Safety Engineering 21 3 2014 1450015 (22 pages)
03 K.P. Amrutkar and K.K. Kamalja Reliability and importance measures of weighted-(n,f,k)  and <n,f,k>  systems Computers and Industrial Engineering 107 2017 85-99
04 K.P. Amrutkar and K.K. Kamalja An overview of various importance measures of reliability system International Journal of Mathematical, Engineering and Management Sciences 2 3 2017 150-171
05 K.K. Kamalja and K.P. Amrutkar Reliability and importance measures of weighted-r-within-consecutive-k -out-of-n:F  system IEEE Transactions on Reliability 67 3 2018 951-969
06  L.R. Chopade, J.S. Paradeshi, K.P. Amrutkar and B.L. Chaudhari Finding out potent probiotic cultures from ayurvedic formulation Takrarishtathrough in-vitro probiotic characterization and principal component analysis LWT - Food Science and Technology 100 - 2018 205-212
07 K.K. Kamalja and K.P. Amrutkar Joint reliability importance of weighted consecutive systems Life Cycle Reliability and Safety Engineering 10 1 2021 1-14
08 N.V. Khangar and K.P. Amrutkar A Statistical Study of "Selfitis": The Disease of New Era International Journal of Applied Mathematics & Statistical Sciences 11 2 2022 31-42
09 Patil, C.A.Nalawade, P.M., Gadakh, B.L. and Amrutkar, K.P. Spatio-Temporal varation Within in pH and TDS in groundwater using Statistics and GIS in Nashik District, Maharashtra India  Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics 12

(5-S)

- 2022 168-173
10 Patil, C.A.,Nalawade, P.M., Khangar, N.V., Gadakh, B.L. and Amrutkar, K.P. Spatio-temporal variations of groundwater by using analysis of variance: A case study in Nashik District, Maharashtra, India Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences (JBES) 21 6 2022 26-34

 

Research Publication in International Refereed Journals

Sr. No Name of Author(s) Full Title of the Paper Conference Name Conference held at Duration of Conference
01 Thangamayan,S., Walunjkar, M.D., Kumar Ray, D.,Venkatesan, M., Banik, A. and Amrutkar, K.P. 5G Modulation Technique Comparisons Using Simulation Approach 3rd International Conference on Intelligent Engineering and Management (ICIEM) Amity University, Noida April 27-29, 2022.

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Achievements of students and Faculty:

Following is the short list of accomplishments:

  • K.P. Amrutkar received National Best Scientist Award (IMRF) 2021 in Reliability Theory.
  • Presentation and publication of Research Papers in National/International conferences by teachers
  • Received prizes in PUSA quiz and Project competition
  • Received prizes in Scientific Poster competition on the occasion of National Science Day

 

Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning:

  • Chalk and Talk (Lecture Method)
  • ICT: Use of Power Point Presentations, Audio Lectures, Educational CD, Use of software
  • Guest Lectures by Experts
  • Problem solving method
  • Learning through experiments
  • Seminars
  • Classroom discussions
  • Assignments
  • Projects: Through projects students learn various techniques:
  • Framing questionnaire
  • Conducting surveys
  • Interaction with people
  • Understanding social issues
  • Handling and Interpreting data.

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