Not enough intensity here, exercises,sets/reps or volume just my opinion.
If you are just starting to do calisthenics i would stick to the basics pull ups, push ups, dips, body-weight rows, tricep - extensions, chin ups, static holds, handstand push ups, body-weight squats/lunges eventually add weight to each. Then after your calisthenic routine you can do some curls,and other weightlifting exercises if you want they aren't needed though. The two weight lifting exercises i would keep in training for overall power is squats + dead lifts. For now increase your reps for the basics, get your base strength higher then you could start doing more organized routines. Working out this way you will increase your reps quickly your strength,endurance,power will go up pretty quickly i would just strive daily for more reps sets and just keep progressing. Ex: instead of 3 sets of push ups do 8-12 , same for pull ups , and dips. Do this for a few months work hard at the basics that's my advice.Hope this helps some Goodluckk!