Goa University, North Goa - List of Professors and Faculty

North Goa, Goa UGC, MHRD, AIU Estd 1985 State University NAAC Grade A Ranked 101 For Overall By NIRF 2020 +3 more

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Varun SahniVice Chancellor

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Budkuley Kiran J.

Professor and Head, Department of English

Qualification - M.A., Ph.D.

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Phone - 0832-6519285

Silvia Maria De Mendonca Noronha

Professor and Head, Department of Economics

Qualification - M.A., Ph.D.

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Phone - 0832-6519066

Prof. N. Shyam Bhat

Professor, Department of History

Qualification - M.A., Ph.D.

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Phone - 0832-6519397

Prof. Chachadi Adiveppa G.

Professor and Head, Department of Earth Science

Qualification - Ph.D.

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Phone - 0832-6519330

Roy Ramballav

Professor, Department of Zoology

Qualification - Ph.D.

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Phone - 0832-6519365

Guntur Anjana Devi Raju

Professor and Head, Department of Commerce

Qualification - M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D.

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Phone - 0832-6519368

Bernard F. Rodrigues

Professor and Head, Department of Botany

Qualification - M.Sc., Ph.D.

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Phone - 0832-6519345

Muraleedharan U.D.

Professor, Department of Biotechnology

Qualification - Ph.D.

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Phone - 0832-6519356

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8.8 /10

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Best college and not best but good college provides very good academic studies infrastructure he is not very high but and moderate Steel also moderates not very high but ok for studies and among sports and academics easy sports is also why in some of the activities thank you.

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9.0 /10

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They were among the best faculties available that time. Most of the faculties have had PhD degrees from the top research institutions in India like Indian institute of Science etc. They had significant research experience both at the national and international level and have had an inclination and interest for the research and teaching.

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Faculty are very helpful and always willing to share there knowledge regarding various thing. Always ready to share views and clear doubt whenever required.

5 /10 faculty
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At the time of Independence, there were 17 medical colleges in India. These were located at Chandigarh, Calcutta, and Pondicherry. certain problems were becoming apparent: the lack of full-time faculty make a survey of 117 faculty members and research scholars on use. of 11 degree colleges in Chandigarh which have students and teachers strength

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