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  Shri Balaji Sansthan Deulgaon Raja's  


Deulgaon Raja-443 204, Dist. Buldhana (M.S.)
(Affiliated to Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University)
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About Department

   Shri Vyankatesh Arts, commerce and Science College is established in 1967. The department of History is in the college since its establishment. In the beginning of college there were only two classes PUC and B. A. I. Due to he natural growth B. A. II and B. A. III classes were started in the year 1972-73 and 1973-74 respectively. As per the direction of university and govt. of Maharashtra this is the single faculty department since the establishment of the college.
   The history department is very active in various fields, especially academic and research. In academic the student of History department, Ravi Khillare achieved gold medal in university exam 2012. Deulgaon Raja, Sindkhed Raja are the important historical places having the ancient historical background. Sindkhed Raja is native place of Rajmata Jijau and Deulgaon Raja is pilgrimage place of God Lord Balaji Maharaj. The department has done historical research of Deulgaon Raja, Sindkhed Raja, Balaji Maharaj Sasthan, Jadhav dynasty of Sindkhed Raja as well as Deulgaon Raja. The department has acquainted the students with the cultural history of nation and helped for the student’s career with respect to the competitive examination. Many students get help of this subject degree level to succeed in various civil service exams and teaching professions.

Aims & Objectives:
  1. To create interest among the students about history.
  2. To preserve the treasure of history.
  3. Enhance the researcher approach among the students.
  4. To find out and to make research on local history.
  5. To develop the impartial approach among the students.
  6. To make the students mind creative and innovative.
  7. To enable the students to study the personalities who made their marks in the pages of history and evaluate them.
  8. To make the students capable of searching and validating the truthfulness of historical events.
  9. To make the students capable for competitive examinations.


    Today History is not just a record of events but it is an independent branch of study which deals with arts, religion, architecture, traditions, aesthetics, etc. It helps in factual understanding of things. It increases knowledge and understanding.It creates awareness of time and space, society and culture. It promotes values, it makes us respect the opinions of our fellow beings. It gives us the courage to handle notorious issues with complete sympathy. It inculcates loyalty to the nation. In short, history becomes useful for shaping the personality of balanced future citizens.
   Moreover, history gives a rational attitude and increases reasoning power. R.G. Colling Wood in his book, ‘Idea of History’ speaks of the scope of history in the following words. ‘History has values, and its teachings are useful for human life, simply because the rhythm of its change is likely to repeat itself. Similar antecedents leading to similar consequents,’ the history of notable events is worth remembering in order to serve as a basis for prognostic, judgments not demonstrable but probable laying down not what will happen, but what is likely. Along with this, the following employment opportunities are available in this course.
1) Competitive Examination:- Today is the age of competition. In this age of competition,competitive examination is of paramount importance. This course is Central Public ServiceCommission. Maharashtra State Public Service Commission. It will be very useful forrailway recruitment, various selection boards, staff selection etc.
2) Tourism Guide:- The course covers the history of the Modern World. Most of the tourist destinations in the world are based on Medieval and Modern architecture. France, Austria, Spain, Britain, Ireland, Netherlands, Italy, America, Russia, Germany etc. are the most famous countries for tourist places. it can provide employment opportunities to a large number of students as a tourist guide.
3) Industry and Business:- These were the international markets of the industry. During this course, these markets and the place of the centre would be able to createindustries from the point of view of tourists as well as businesses could be established.
5) Development of Art and Architecture: - The country of this course has seen a huge development of sculpture and architecture. It will be of great help in development in terms of art- architecture.
7) Creation of an interpreter: -The script and language that existed in medieval and moderntimes are not known to the masses. Since the study is in this course, the students will becomeaware of their language skills. This will enable many researchers and scholars to get acquainted with the prevailing period inscriptions, copperplates, column inscriptions, contemporary texts, Persian letters, Sanskrit, English, Latin, French, Russian, Japanese and Arabic letters, etc. from this interpreter so that a large number of jobs will be available for the students.
8) Historian:- Historians are academics, and researchers rolled into one. They mainly dealwith studying the events of the past. Historians research, analyze, and interpret historicalevents and write their inferences about them. They collect data from libraries, archives, and artefacts, determine the authenticity and importance of historical data, translate historical documents into human languages, preserve artifacts and documents in museums, and publish their writings in academic journals.
9) Archivist:- Archivists are primarily responsible for acquiring and managing a permanentcollection of documents, artifacts, and other materials of historical and cultural importance. Theirarchive generally includes historic books, papers, maps, photographs, prints, films, videotapes, and computer-generated records. In essence, Archivists preserve the past for the present and future generations of learners, researchers, and the general public. Apart from this, Archivists liaise with donors and depositors of archives and maintain computer-aided search systems.
10) Curator:- Curators take on a managerial role in museums, art galleries, or heritage centres. They develop collections of valuable exhibits such as artworks, paintings, sculptures,scriptures, etc. Curators organize events like exhibitions, conferences, and audio-visualpresentations to display their collections. They buy exhibits, negotiate the prices of objects, arrange for the restoration of artifacts, maintain records and catalogue acquisitions, and raise funds and grants for museums/art galleries.
11) Archeologist:- Archaeologists study human civilizations to find out how they impacted thepresent world. They inspect and examine historical artifacts, ranging from prehistoric toolsand objects to monuments and buildings. Their prime duty is to recover and analyze theremains extracted from excavation sites. Archaeologists’ job demands that they travel extensively within the country and globally to find pieces of historical significance. According to their specialization, they can also settle for tenured academic positions like lecturers, professors, conservators, and museum curators.
12) History Teacher / Professor:- History Teachers work in schools, and Professors teachat colleges and universities. School teachers are responsible for imparting foundationalHistory knowledge to students. They teach students about the important historical events inbrevity, prepare lesson plans, and grade papers, develop class activityschedules, and accompanystudents on field trips to historical sites. History Professors teach specialized and advanced history courses to students in their undergraduate/postgraduate degree programs. They offer lectures on different historical periods, events, theories, etc., and write detailed research papers, articles and books.