Research , Publication and Development Cell (RPDC)

Academic Studies: National Journal of Jyoti Research Academy ISSN 0975-461X

The thrust in Jyoti Nivas has always been on learning through research. Jyoti Nivas fosters a vibrant research culture. Every year, two issues of our journal Academic Studies: National Journal of Jyoti Research (ASNJJRA) are released. This is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to an intellectual search into the domains of Science, Arts, Commerce and Management. The aim of this journal is to bring groups of researchers from these diverse disciplines together on a common platform for synergetic interaction between them. The dissemination of the emerging wealth of knowledge in this research publication gives visibility to ongoing research and creates ambience for scholars to pursue more research projects and explore new vistas. This journal is published by the Research Publication and Development Cell (RPDC) of Jyoti Nivas College.


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Volume 4(1)
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Volume 5(1)
Volume 5(2)
Volume 6(1)
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Volume 7(1)
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Volume 8(1)
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Volume 9(1)
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Volume 10(1)
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Research Cell :

To encourage students to think, to bring out their creative potential and to enhance their hands-on experience with the print and electronic media, different publications are brought out. Every year each stream brings out its Student Research Journals 'The Researcher' by the Arts stream, 'Scientia' by the Sciences and 'Samshodhana' by the Commerce department. It is a collection of the best projects done in the college by the students.

Basic Scientific Research projects (both Major and minor projects) are carried out in all the disciplines of the college and include UGC sponsored projects. Both teachers and students are involved in research projects.

[UGC funded Research Projects]

Jyoti Nivas regularly holds International, National and State level Conferences, Seminars, Symposia and Workshops, many of them sponsored by the UGC. Every year, a number of our staff present papers at national and international conferences and seminars and several staff members publish papers in reputed national and international journals.

Research presentations and publications by faculty

Books Edited/Published:

Sl. No Name Title
1 Dr. Sr. Elizabeth C S Editor in chief of Academic Studies National Journal of Jyoti Research Academy from 2007 till date
2 Dr. Ella Sen Gadya Vaibhav for Bangalore University
Katha Saptami for Bangalore University
Gadya Gunjan for Autonomous Colleges
Gadya Godhooli for Autonomous Colleges
3 Mr. Sylvester A B Environmental Science
4 English Department Text Books

From the time of autonomy, the Department of English has been bringing out textbooks for General English, Additional English and Optional English students of I, II and III year respectively. Departments of Kannada and Hindi also bring out text books regularly.

Several departments document their research and activities by bringing out their

Newsletters:
Internal Quality Assurance Cell: 'IQAC Newsletter'
English: 'The Rhetorique'
Commerce and Management: 'Samrudhi'
Computer Science: 'Techno Buzz'
Travel & Tourism: 'Tornare'
Biotechnology: 'Biosync'
Economics: 'Arthashasthra'
Genetics: 'Gene Express'
History: 'Itihasa'
Zoology: 'Genesis'
Chemistry and Biochemistry: 'Chem Spectra'
Psychology: 'Manodisha'

The final year students of the Dept of Communication and Media both B.Voc Visual Communication and Performing Arts and Communicative English successfully produce 4 short films each every year, while the second year students bring out 6 Lab Journals each.

Jyoti Nivas College Autonomous has a vibrant research culture. It resonates with research activity. Both staff and students are almost all actively involved in research or research-related activities; either presenting papers or attending workshops or doing minor research projects or internships in various organizations. This healthy research atmosphere will enhance the growth not only of our institution but of society on the whole.