About Department of Philosophy

Head of the Department: Prof. A. D. Sharma

Contact No: 07582265802, Mobile (HoD) : 9406519498
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ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

Head of the Department : Prof. A.D. Sharma

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  1. Name of the Department : (24) Philosophy
  2. Brief Introduction of the Department :
  • Establishment : July 18th,1946
  • The oldest Department started functioning along with the establishment of the Vishwavidyalaya on the above mentioned foundation day.
  • It started with faculty strength of 02 and student strength of 10. Philosophy as a course of study was included in the B.A. Degree Programme in the year 1946.
  • The P.G. (M.A.) programme of study was initiated in the year 1950.
  • Phil. Programme of study was initiated in the year 1990.
  • D. Programme of study was initiated in the year 1952.

Presently, the department has strength of three faculties (Three Professors) alongwith two Guest Faculty. It is the prestigious department of Doctor Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya, Sagar.  Since its inception the department is maintaining its continous growth. The department is engaged in imparting three years Undergraduate programmes, two years Postgraduate programmes and Ph.D. programmes.  

 

  1. Details of Teaching Faculty  :

Sl.

No.

Name

Designation

Degree (University /

Institute from which awarded)

Subject Specialization

1.

Dr. A.P. Dubey

Professor  

M.A., Ph.D. (Dr. HSG VV, Sagar

Indian Philosophy, Specially Buddhist Political Philosophy, Applied Ethics and Political Philosophy.

2.

Dr. A.D. Sharma

Prof. & Head

M.A., Ph.D. (BHU, Varanasi)

Indian Philosophy, Buddhist Logic and Epistemology and Post Independence Indian Philosophical Thinking.

3.

Dr. Savita Gupta

Professor

M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. (R.D. University, Jabalpur)

Indian Philosophy, Especially Shankar Vedanta.

 

 

   FACULTY PROFILE

 

 

 

Prof. A.P. Dubey                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

Professor

Area of Specialization           : Indian Philosophy, Applied Ethics,

   Especially Political Philosophy of Buddhism.

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Prof. A.D. Sharma                                                   

Professor & Head

Area of Specialization : Indian Philosophy,

    Buddhist Logic & Epistemology

    & Post Independence Indian Philosophy.

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Dr. Savita Gupta    

                                                                  

Professor

Area of Specialization : Indian Philosophy, Especially Shankar Vedanta, 

                Indian Epistemology & Symbolic Logic.

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Mob.                    : 09926937683

 

 

 

Details of Non Teaching Staff :

Sr. No.

Name of Employee

Designation

Mobile No. & Email

1.

Shri S.K. Soni

Office Assistant

(M) 9300934933

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2.

Shri Kalicharan Kori

Peon

(M) 9300732396

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  1. Student Intake Capacity (PG)  : M.A. – 25, Ph.D. – 16 (At Present)

 

  1. Number of Teaching and Non Teaching Staff in the department  (At Present) :

Designation

SC

ST

OBC

UR

Total

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

Professor 

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

2

1

2

1

Associate Professor

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Asstt. Professor

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Guest Faculty

1

Nil

Nil

 

Nil

Nil

1

Nil

2

Nil

                     

Office Assistant

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

1

Nil

Nil

Nil

1

Nil

MTS (Peon)

1

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

1

Nil

 

  1. (a) Details of the Courses (CBCS) conducted by the Department (PG Programme) :

 

Ist Semester

Course

Paper Code

Name of Paper

Credit

Core Course – I

PHL-CC-121

Traditional and Contemporary Indian Philosophy –A

5

Core Course – II

PHL-CC-122

Traditional and Contemporary Western Philosophy –A

5

Core Course – III

PHL-CC-123

Indian and Western Ethics – A

5

Elective Courses

Elective Course-I

PHL-EC-121

Political Philosophy

4

Elective Course-I

PHL-EC-122

Social Philosophy

4

Elective Course-I

PHL-EC-123

Logic and Scientific Methods

4

 

 

 

 

IInd Semester

Course

Paper Code

Name of Paper

Credit

Core Course – I

PHL-CC-221

Traditional and Contemporary Indian Philosophy – B

5

Core Course – II

PHL-CC-222

Traditional and Contemporary Western Philosophy – B

5

Core Course – III

PHL-CC-223

 

Indian and Western Ethics – B

5

Elective Courses

Elective Course-I

PHL-EC-221

Political Philosophy

4

Elective Course-I

PHL-EC-222

 

Social Philosophy

4

Elective Course-I

PHL-EC-223

 

Logic

4

Open Elective Courses

Open Elective Course-I

PHL-OE-225

 

Applied Ethics

2

Open Elective Course-II

PHL-OE-226

 

Logic and Scientific Methods

2

Open Elective Course-III

PHL-OE-227

 

Philosophy of Religion

2

Open Elective Course-IV

PHL-OE-228

 

Philosophy of Human Rights

2

 

IIIrd Semester

Course

Paper Code

Name of Paper

Credit

Core Course – I

PHL-CC-321

Indian Epistemology and Metaphysics –A

5

Core Course – II

PHL-CC-322

Western Epistemology and Metaphysics –A

5

Core Course – III

PHL-CC-323

Indian Logic –A

5

Elective Courses

Elective Course-I

PHL-EC-321

Environmental Philosophy

4

Elective Course-I

PHL-EC-322

Philosophy of Human Rights

4

Elective Course-I

PHL-EC-323

Philosophy of Religion

4

Open Elective Courses

Open Elective Course-I

PHL-OE-325

Applied Ethics

2

Open Elective Course-II

PHL-OE-326

Logic and Scientific Methods

2

Open Elective Course-III

PHL-OE-327

Philosophy of Religion

2

Open Elective Course-IV

PHL-OE-328

Philosophy of Human Rights

2

 

IVth Semester

Course

Paper Code

Name of Paper

Credit

Core Course – I

PHL-CC-421

Indian Epistemology and Metaphysics –B

5

Core Course – II

PHL-CC-422

Western Epistemology and Metaphysics –B

5

Core Course – III

PHL-CC-423

Indian Logic –B

5

Elective Courses

Elective Course-I

PHL-EC-421

 

Environmental Philosophy

4

Elective Course-II

PHL-EC-422

 

Philosophy of Human Rights

4

Elective Course-III

PHL-EC-423

 

World Religions & Religious Harmony

4

 

(b) Course Conducted by the Department for Ph.D. Programme (Ph.D. Course Work):

Ist Semester

Course

Paper Code

Name of Paper

Credit

Core Course – I

PHL-CC-141

Research Methodology

4

Core Course – II

PHL-CC-142

Advance Studies of Metaphysics and Epistemology (Indian & Western):

4

Elective Course – III

PHL-EC-143

(A). ETHICS IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN

//OR//

(B). FORMAL LOGIC

4

Core Course-IV

PHL-CC-144

(A). Review of Published Research Work in the relevant field as per the suggestion of supervisor.                                                 //OR//

(B). Review of Book Entitled "Spirit of Buddhism" by Dr. Harisingh Gour.

4

 

 

  1. Allied and Cognate Subjects :

Allied Subjects

Cognate Subjects

Yogic Science, Sanskrit, Political Science,

Applied Ethics, Buddhism, Social Philosophy, Political Philosophy,

Sociology, Education, Psychology

Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Human Rights, Jainism