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THE ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT (AQAR) OF THE IQAC

                   Name of the Institution       :        SONAPUR COLLEGE

                   Year of Report            :        2005-06

PART - A

 The plan of action chalked out by the IQAC at the beginning of 2005-06 to enhance quality

PLANS:

  1. Starting of Commerce Stream: The commerce stream of the college will be started from the year 2005-06. Though as per the ten years Future Academic Plan it was presumed that the commerce stream will be started from year 2008-09. But in tandem with NAAC Peer team’s recommendation, the college will start the commerce stream from the session 2005-06, in both H.S. and T.D.C. level.
  2. New Subjects: New Certificate & Diploma Course to be started by Sonapur College Computer Centre.
  3. New Techniques :

a)    Remedial Course: The department will formulate its Remedial Course as per the requirement of the students.

b)    Tutorial Classes: Each department will be entrusted to take up tutorial classes as per the class routine.

c)    Field survey to prepare project paper:

·         Department of Economics will take students for field survey to prepare project paper.

·         The Department of Geography will make their students prepare Model and Chart after a survey work

d)    Project work by Department of Geography : The Department of Geography will carry out a project on the topic ‘Status of Health Facilities in the Dimoria Area’

e)    Seminar/Workshop to be conducted : Departmental seminars will be conducted by the departments as per schedule mentioned in the Prospectus cum Academic Calendar (Pages 23,24)

f)     Inter-Class paper presentation: At the end of the session, the departments will encourage students to prepare seminar papers and present the same in the class.

  1. Community Development Programme :

a)    Cleanliness Drive at Dikchak

b)    Natural Disaster Management Committee to be formed to spread public awareness.

c)    Road safety Drive to be organized.

d)    Various Awareness Programmes to be organized in different schools.

e)    Extension Lectures to be organized in the feeder schools to raise standard of the input that will further help in lowering the drop-outs in the college.

  1. Infrastructure Development :

a)    Extension of the Campus field

b)    Purchase of Library books

c)    Purchase of Sports items

d)    To improve the water supply facility in the college premises.

  1. Renowned theatre group ‘Kohinoor Theatre’ will be invited to generate fund. It is worth mentioning that the college had generated a sum of about Rupees One Lac from the last year’s theatrical show which was spent for the functioning of the Commerce Stream.
  2. The college is planning to start health service by appointing a physician on contractual basis. Health service camps to be organized in the college premises.
  3. Capacity building programmes for teaching and non-teaching staff will be organized by the college.

OUTCOME ACHIEVED

1.    The Commerce stream in both Higher Secondary and Degree level was started from the academic session 2005-06.

2.    Keeping in view the diverse economic status of the students and also to imbibe a feeling of unity as well as discipline among them the college introduced a new uniform dress code from the academic session 2005-06.

3.    The class time table was modified by incorporating more tutorial classes for the students.

4.    Usually each department of the college gets equal amount of money for purchasing books every year. Keeping in view of the newly opened Commerce stream, more funds were allocated to it to purchase books.

5.    Two rooms of the ground floor of the newly constructed building were completed for conducting classes of the commerce stream.

6.    The Public Health Engineering (PHE) department has started the construction of a new water supply scheme in the college premises. It is expected that the said plant will remove the water scarcity problem of the college.

7.    As a part of the continuous effort of the college to expose the students to different co-curricular activities, the college invited two alumnae of the National School of Drama, Delhi to organize a workshop of one month duration for the students of our college. The workshop was organized during summer vacation. At the end of the workshop the students had staged the production which was highly applauded by the concerned circle of the state.

8.    The women of the Self-Help         Group of Dikchak (the adopted village of the college) were given sewing machines by the college.

9.    Each department of the college organized departmental seminars. The students are encouraged and guided to present papers in the seminars.

10. The college received a sum of Rs 2, 50,000/-(Rupees two lacs fifty thousand) only as the second installment of the Buniyaad scheme of the Government of Assam for infrastructural development.

11. The Department of Geography carried out a project on the topic ‘Status of Health Facilities in the Dimoria area’.

12. The students of Geography department prepared model and chart after a survey work and the same was displayed in an exhibition held during the College Week Festival.

13. A cleanliness drive was organized at Dikchak.

14. Natural Disaster management Committee was formed with Ananda Das as the co-ordinator.

15. Extension lectures were organized at the feeder schools by various departments of the college.

16. The campus field has been extended to provide more space to organize various activities in the college premises.

17. Some sports items have been purchased.

18. Kohinoor theatre was invited for fund generation.

19. The enrolment of the college has been increased considerably as more and more students have been drawn towards it.

 

 

PART – B

  1. ACTIVITIES REFLECTING THE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE INSTITUTION :-

Ø  As per the goal to impart higher education in Arts, Science and Commerce, the commerce stream has been started from the session 2005-06.

Ø  As per the mission-vision of the college to facilitate the students with exposure to the modern technology of education, the department of Information Technology under the curriculum of Gauhati University has been started in the college from the current session.

Ø  The ‘Manuram Karkun Teaching and Research Center For Tribal Language and Culture which was started with a motto to preserve and also to expose the tribal culture and heritage to the outer world, has been continuing with its Karbi language course.

Ø  In order to encourage the students to participate in the extra-curricular activities, a drama workshop was organized in the college premises. The workshop was conducted by two alumnae of National School of Drama, Delhi.

Ø  With an objective to popularize RASHTRA BHASA among the students and the faculty, the department of Hindi celebrated the Hindi Divas on 14th September where the students and faculty members of the college participated actively. Mr. Sushil Azad, PGT of KV Digaru and a noted literature graced the occasion as Guest of Honour.

Ø  To imbibe the spirit of discipline and unity among the students, uniform dress code has been implemented.

Ø  As a part of community development programme the women of the self-help group of the adopted village Dikchak were provided with sewing machines.

  1. NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMME INITIATED:-

Ø  The college has started its Commerce Stream from the academic session 2005-06

Ø  The Department of Hindi has started the major courses in Degree classes.

Ø  The Department of Geography had celebrated the World Environment Day on 5th June, in one of its feeder school, Nartap High School, Nartap where eminent scientist Mr. Sobhan Phukan from Malaria Research Centre deliberated valuable discourse on the topic.

Ø  The Department of Geography carried out a project on the topic ‘Status of health facilities in the Dimoria Area’.

Ø  Like the previous years, the various departments of the college have been conducting tutorial classes which are included in the college routine.

  1. INNOVATION IN CURRICULAR DESIGN AND TRANSACTION:-

Ø  The curriculum of various courses is basically designed by the Gauhati University. So it is not within the jurisdiction of the college to design curriculum.

Ø  The Dept of IT has framed its syllabus for the Certificate Course.

  1. INTER DISCIPLINARY PROGRAMMES STARTED:-

Ø  Although no new interdisciplinary programmes have been initiated, the various departments of the college are taking their Environmental Science classes with the allotted portion.

Ø  In Commerce stream, the different departments like English, Assamese, Economics, Mathematics and IT take up classes to transact the curriculum in the respective fields.

Ø  The various departments conducted Interdisciplinary seminars.

  1. EXAMINATION REFORM IMPLEMENTED:-

Ø  The university examinations are held as per guidelines laid down by the University authority.

Ø  The Centre Committee for Degree Exams as per the G U guidelines was formed. The Centre Committee had taken various policies for the smooth conduct of the examinations.

Ø  The Internal Examinations are held as per the following pattern:

(a)  Major selection test-1

(b)  Unit Test – 2

(c)  Pre Final Test – 1

  1. CANDIDATES QUALIFIED NET/SLET/GATE ETC.

1.    Narayani Hazuary – NET

2.    Chandana Sarma - SLET

  1. INITIATIVE TOWARDS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME :

Ø  The college has always encouraged the faculty members to go for research programmes like M. Phil and Ph. D.

Ø  Some of the members of the teaching staff have attended the Refresher Course in their respective subjects conducted by the Academic Staff Colleges and sponsored by University Grants Commission. The details of the faculty members attending RC/OP is given below-

Sl No.

Name

Department

RC/OP

University

Duration

1.

D.R. Deka

Geography

RC

ASC GU

30-11-05 to 20-2-12-05

 

  1. TOTAL NUMBER OF SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS CONDUCTED :-

Ø  The various departments have organized seminars and workshops in the college. As many as twenty two seminars had been organized in the year 2005-06. Experts were also invited from other Institutions and Universities.

  1. RESEARCH PROJECT :-

(a)  Newly Implemented: Environmental Awareness Campaign 2006 sponsored by Ministry of Environment & Forest with the theme “Solid Waste Management” was conducted by the Department of Geography.

(b)  Completed :

(i)            Department of Geography :

v  Water : Elixir of Life

v  Environmental Awareness Campaign 2006 sponsored by Ministry of Environment & Forest with the theme “Solid Waste Management”.

10.   PATENT GENERATED :

Ø  N/A

11.   NEW COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH PROGRAMMES :-

Ø  A new proposal on Environmental Awareness has been submitted to the Ministry of Environment & Forest, Government of India.

 

12.   RESEARCH GRANT RECEIVED FROM VARIOUS AGENCIES :-

Ø   A research grant of Rs 6000/- (Rupees six thousand ) only has been received from Ministry of Environment & Forest, Govt. of India in the session 2004-05.

 

 

13.    DETAILS OF RESEARCH SCHOLARS :-

 

Sl. No

Name of the Scholar

University

Year

Topic

1

      Dhanjit Medhi ,Dept. of Assamese

GU

2000

‘Asomor Magh Bihu : Ek Lokasanskriti Adhyayan with special reference to Dimoria’.

2

Ananda Das,   Dept. of Geography

GU

2000

‘Dynamic of slum formation in selected towns of Western  Assam’.

3

Mausumi Bhagowoti, Dept. of Assamese

GU

2000

Kamalananda Bhattacharjyor Rachanabali : Bishlesanatmak Adhyayan.

4

Biman Patowary, Dept. of Geography

GU

2003

‘Geo-environmental status and strategies for sustainable development in the Digaru River basin, Assam.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14.   CITATION INDEX OF FACULTY MEMBERS AND IMPACT FACTORS :-

Ø  N/A

15.   HONORS/AWARDS TO THE FACULTY :-

Ø  Nil

 

16.   INTERNAL RESOURCE GENERATED :

Source

Amount Generated

Fees from Students

Rs.        7,25,666/-

Self Financing Course (IT)

Rs.            4,900/-

Self financing Course (TTM)

Rs.            2,800/-

17.    DETAILS OF DEPARTMENTS GETTING  SAP/COSIST/DST, FIST ETC :

Ø  The department of Geography has received an amount of Rs 6,000/- (Rupees six thousand) only from the Ministry of Environment & Forest for Environment Awareness Camp.

18.   COMMUNITY SERVICE :

Ø  Various community development works were organized in our adopted village Dikchak.

19.   TEACHERS AND OFFICERS NEWLY RECRUITED :

Sl. No.

Name of the lecturer

Department

Mode of Appointment

Date of Joining

Date of Release

1

Mr. Dibakar Bhattacharjya

Commerce

Regular

(non-sanctioned)

20-07-05

-

2

Miss Beauty Gogoi

Assamese

Part Time

20-07-05

28-01-06

3

Miss Narayani Hazuary

Assamese

        Part Time

20-07-05

28-01-06

4

Miss Kabita Doloi

Philosophy

Part Time

20-07-05

28-01-06

5

Mr. Hiren Das

Pol. Sc.

Part Time

19-07-05

28-01-06

6

Mr. Ranjan Gogoi

English

Part Time

20-07-05

28-01-06

7

Mr. Binod Chetia

Education

Part Time

28-07-05

28-01-06

8

Mr. Tapan Kalita

Economics

Part Time

27-07-05

28-01-06

9

Mr. Indrajit Das

Commerce

Regular

(non-sanctioned)

01-08-05

-

10

Miss Kashira Jahan

Hindi

Regular

(non-sanctioned)

10-09-07

-

11

Mr. K.P. Rabi

Commerce

Part Time

01-10-07

01-02-06

12

Mr. A.K. Muralidharan

Commerce

Part Time

15-10-07

01-02-06

13

Mr. Budhajyoti Sarma

TTM

Regular

(non-sanctioned)

02-01-06

-

 

 

20.   TEACHING - NON TEACHING STAFF RATIO –  

Ø  21:8

21.   IMPROVEMENTS IN LIBRARY SERVICES

Ø  The college has purchased a good number of books and journals for its library.

22.   NEW BOOKS/JOURNALS SUBSCRIBED AND THEIR VALUES:

Ø      Department of  Assamese:

                                          i.    No. of books newly purchased      – 50

                                        ii.    Text books                                         - 10

                                       iii.    Reference books                             - 40

Total cost of the books                   - Rs 1970/-

Ø      Department of  Commerce:

                                          i.     No. of books newly purchased     – 47

                                        ii.     Text books                                        - 15

                                       iii.     Reference books                             - 32

Total cost of the books                   - Rs 9158/-

 

Ø      Department of  Economics:

                                          i.     No. of books newly purchased     – 16

                                        ii.     Text books                                        - 04

                                       iii.     Reference books                             - 12

Total cost of the books                   - Rs 3070/-

 

Ø      Department of  Education:

                                          i.     No. of books newly purchased     – 38

                                        ii.     Text books                                        - 10

                                       iii.     Reference books                             - 28

Total cost of the books                                   - Rs 3687/-

Purchase of practical material       - Rs 7530/-

 

Ø      Department of  Economics:

                                          i.     No. of books newly purchased     – 16

                                        ii.     Text books                                        - 04

                                       iii.     Reference books                             - 12

Total cost of the books                   - Rs 3070/-

Ø      Department of  English:

                                          i.     No. of books newly purchased     – 11

                                        ii.     Text books                                        - 03

                                       iii.     Reference books                             - 09

Total cost of the books                   - Rs 953/-

Ø      Department of  Environmental Studies:

                                          i.     No. of books newly purchased     – 03

                                        ii.     Text books                                        - 03

                                       iii.     Reference books                             - Nil

Total cost of the books                   - Rs 470/-

 

Ø      Department of  Geography:

                                          i.     No. of books newly purchased     – 21

                                        ii.     Text books                                        - 10

                                       iii.     Reference books                             - 11

Total cost of the books                   - Rs 3232/-

Ø      Department of  Hindi:

                                          i.     No. of books newly purchased     – 17

                                        ii.     Text books                                        - 06

                                       iii.     Reference books                             - 11

Total cost of the books                   - Rs 961/-

Ø      Department of  History:

                                          i.     No. of books newly purchased     – 04

                                        ii.     Text books                                        - 00

                                       iii.     Reference books                             - 04

Total cost of the books                   - Rs 3070/-

Ø      Department of  Information Technology:

                                          i.     No. of books newly purchased     – 12

                                        ii.     Text books                                        - 05

                                       iii.     Reference books                             - 07

Total cost of the books                   - Rs 2565/-

Ø      Department of  Mathematics:

                                          i.     No. of books newly purchased     – 11

                                        ii.     Text books                                        - 03

                                       iii.     Reference books                             - 09

Total cost of the books                   - Rs 1745/-

Ø      Department of  Philosophy:

                                          i.     No. of books newly purchased     – 23

                                        ii.     Text books                                        - 08

                                       iii.     Reference books                             - 15

Total cost of the books                   - Rs 2780/-

Ø      Department of  Political Science:

                                          i.     No. of books newly purchased     – 24

                                        ii.     Text books                                        - 08

                                       iii.     Reference books                             - 16

Total cost of the books                   - Rs 2240/-

Ø      Department of  Travel and Tourism Management:

                                          i.     No. of books newly purchased     – 07

                                        ii.     Text books                                        - 03

                                       iii.     Reference books                             - 04

Total cost of the books                   - Rs 3124/-

Ø      Other books :

Encyclopedia on Biodiversity and Evolution – 2 volumes

Total cost                                            - Rs 3150/-

Ø       Newspapers :

                                          i.     Daily

a)    “Amar Asom                          Rs.1,440/-

b)    “Pratidin”                                Rs.1,440/-

c)    The Assam Tribune                         Rs.1440/-

d)    The Telegraph                                  Rs.1440/-

Total                                      Rs.7,200/-

                                        ii.     “Purbanchal Prahari”                                 Rs.1,800/-

Ø      journals:

                                          i.     No. of journals subscribed                       – 02

a)    Prantik                                      Rs.480/-

b)    “Gariokhi”                                 Rs.240/-

Ø      Magazines:

                                          i.     No. of Assamese journals subscribed    – 02

                                        ii.     No. of English journals subscribed         – 03

 

23.   COURSES IN WHICH STUDENT ASSESSMENT OF TEACHERS IS    INTRODUCED AND THE ACTION TAKEN ON STUDENT FEEDBACK:

Ø  The college has already introduced a mechanism for student assessment of teachers. Questionnaires and formats are designed and the same are provided to the under graduate and passed out students. After collecting the filled up forms the Principal evaluate them. Thus, the strength and weakness of each faculty member are sorted out. The Principal then discusses the pros and cons of the finding with the various departments also guide the teachers to overcome the problems.

24.   UNIT COST OF EDUCATION :

(i)                    Unit cost with salary                  :Rs.  17,481/-

(ii)                  Unit cost without salary            :Rs. 2,209/-

 

 

25.   COMPUTERIZATION OF ADMINISTRATION AND THE PROCESS OF            ADMISSIONS AND EXAMINATION RESULTS, ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES :

            The process of computerization of administration and the process of admissions and examination is on. The college has already installed two computers for the purpose. But           due paucity of fund, the whole process is yet to take off.

 

 

26.     INCREASE IN THE INFRASTRUCTURAL FACILITIES :

(a)          The college has completed two rooms of the ground floor with a veranda in the newly constructed RCC building.

(b)          The college field has been extended.

(c)          The college has purchased books for the library.

(d)          The college has purchased 16 nos of desk benches, 2 nos of black-board, table-chair etc for the newly constructed rooms.

(e)          The college purchased a three phase motor to meet the requirement of the college.

27.   TECHNOLOGY UP-GRADATION :

Ø            N/A

28.   COMPUTER AND INTERNET ACCESS AND TRAINING TO TEACHERS AND    STUDENTS:

Ø The Sonapur College Computer Centre provides computer and internet access to the teachers and students.

29.   FINANCIAL AID TO STUDENTS :

Ø  The college helps the students financially to pursue their education. As many as 39 students got the benefit from the college.

 

STUDENTS WHO RECIEVED FINANCIAL AID DURING THE SESSION 2005-2006

SL.NO.

NAME

CLASS

AMOUNT (Rs)

1

Shahnaj Yasmin

TDC III

200/-

2

Montu Boro

TDC I

500/-

3

Rajesh Tanti

TDC I

500/-

4

Chameli Rahang

TDC II

695/-

5

Anul Boro

TDC  II

695/-

6

Sabyasachi Sarkar

TDC  III

695/-

7

Gitanjali Sarma

TDC II

695/-

8

Pramod Ch. Boro

TDC II

695/-

9

Robin Tumung

TDC II

695/-

10

Niva Das

B. Com I

186/-

11

Bijoy Sankar Deka

TDC II

695/-

12

Maramee Boro

TDC II

695/-

13

Pankaj Kalita

TDC I

795/-

14

Hima Devi

TDC II

695/-

15

Sarat Barua

TDC II

695/-

16

Viva Rani Sarmah

TDC I

695/-

17

Kamal Rabha

TDC II

695/-

18

Ritamoni Deka

TDC I

795/-

19

Fatema Begum

TDC I

795/-

20

Chayarun Nessa

TDC I

1770/-

21

Sekhar Deb

TDC I

795/-

22

Rajesh Tanti

TDC I

530/-

23

Juri Deka

TDC I

300/-

24

Sonti Rahang

TDC I

795/-

25

Anita Barman

TDC I

620/-

26

Manjyoti DAs

TDC I

795/-

27

Shukla Sarkar

TDC I

1725/-

28

Hemen Medhi

TDC I

795/-

29

Ramen Boro

TDCI

795/-

30

Pramod Tanti

HS II

725/-

31

Aparna Acharjee

HS II

730/-

32

Digen Boro

HS II

550/-

33

Bipul Deka

HS II

550/-

34

Jatin Boro

HS II

550/-

35

Gobinda Rajbangshi

HSII

550/-

36

Naren Medhi

HS II

550/-

37

Tankeswar Sarma

Hs I

1135/-

38

Kanku Talukdar

HS I

750/-

39

Joy Shyam

HS I

620/-

                                                                                                              TOTAL: 27,741/-

(Twenty Seven Thousand, Seven Hundred and Forty One) Only.

30.   ACTIVITIES AND SUPPORT FROM THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION :

Ø  The members of the alumni association visit the college to take stock of the progress taking in the college. They extend their support and co-operation in the admission process.

  1. ACTIVITIES AND SUPPORT FROM THE PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION:

Ø  The parent-teacher association has not been very active. However, the departments organize parents meeting, where the teachers discuss the problems of the students with the parents and seek the feedback from the parents. These meetings help to improve the teaching-learning environment of the college.

32.   HEALTH SERVICES:

Ø  A health check up camp was organized for students in the college premises.

Ø  For the Spiritual development of the students, the college invited the Art of Living Foundation, Guwahati to organize an ‘INTR TALK’ on the ‘Art of Living’.

 

33.   PERFORMANCE IN SPORTS ACTIVITIES:

v  The Sonapur College Football Team and Cricket Team had taken part in the Annual Foot ball League and Cricket League organized by Sports Association, Sonapur

v  Mr. Jyotish Rahang of Sonapur college participated as an athlete of the Assam team in the 17th National Inter Zonal Junior Athletics Championship organized by Orissa Athletics’ Association at Bhubaneswar from 17th to 19th October, 2005.

v  In the 5th Federation Cup National Junior Athletics Junior Championships Organised by Kerala Athletics Association at Ernakulam on 3rd and 4th November 2005, Mr. Jyotish Rahang participated and secured 1st place in Javelin throw event.

v  In another tournament organized by All Assam Weight Lifting Player Welfare Association, from 14th to 16th September,2005, Mr. Jyotish Rahang has been awarded first prize for his proficiency in weight lifting

 

 

34.   INCENTIVES TO OUTSTANDING SPORTSPERSONS:

Ø Sonapur Tea Estate sponsors Arun Sankar Bhaduri Memorial Award to the best player and the winner of the Boy’s Marathon Race in the Colllege Annual Sports.

Ø Bipul Borah, Lecturer, Department of Economics, sponsors a cash award of Rs 1000/- to the winner of the Girl’s Marathon.

35.   STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS AND AWARDS:

Ø      Achievement:

v   Sanjay Ronghang secured 1st Class in B.A. Final Examination, 2005 in Geography.

Ø            Awards:

Scholarship:

1.    Govt. Scholarship –Nil

2.    OBC  Scholarship –Nil

3.    SC            Scholarship –Rs.  1,01,520/-

4.    ST Scholarship –Rs.  3,50,716/-

Ø  Apart from the various state and central Govt. Scholarship the college authority also offers the following awards and prizes and in both academic and extra-curricular fields to the deserving students-

a.    The student who secures a position and star marks in the HS Final examination is awarded with a bag of books of the subject he/she opted for the major course in our college along with a certificate.

b.    The different departments also provide the facility of awarding the students with all the necessary books for the Degree Classes who secure letter marks in HS Final Examination

c.    The First Class holders in the TDC Final Examination are awarded with the study materials needed to pursue his /her studies in the Post Graduate Classes.

d.    The student scoring highest mark in HS final Examination among the successful candidate of Sonapur College is awarded with Cash Prize of Rs. 1000/- by the by the President of Governing body of Sonapur College.

e.     Students scoring letter mark in Geography in HS Final Examination and First Class in TDC Final Examination is awarded with abag of books by the Founder Secretary of Sonapur College Governing body Mr. Upen Borah.

f.     Cash prize worth Rs. 500/- is awarded to the students who are adjudged the best project paper writer among the English Major students.

g.    The best Social Worker of the year is awarded with a bag of books presented by Mr. R.C. Kalita, an eminent social worker of the locality.

h.    A bag of book is awarded to the student who collects highest number of artifacts for the college museum.

   

36.   ACTIVITIES OF THE GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING UNIT:

Ø  The Guidance and the Counseling Cell of the college has played a very active role in providing guidance to the students as far as the higher studies are concerned. Students have been counseled from time to time to meet their requirements of guidance. 

37.   PLACEMENT SERVICES PROVIDED TO STUDENTS:

Ø  Though the college does not possess a placement cell of its own and at the same time has no autonomy in that respect, still the college provides an opportunity to some of our students who have passed Master Degree with the UGC Norms to join as part time lecturers in the different departments of the college to gather experience working as lecturers.

Ø  A few alumni also joined the college as non-teaching staff.

38.   DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES FOR NON TEACHING STAFF:

Ø   Computer training has been imparted to the non-teaching staff.

Ø   As the college has a new accountant, he has been made to undergo vigorous training under a chartered accountant.

39.   HEALTHY PRACTICES OF THE INSTITUTION:

a.        The scheduled seminars and workshops are held on a regular basis. The resource persons are also invited to deliver lectures on special topics. The students also take part actively in putting questions to the resource persons. They also present papers in the seminars.

b.        Stress is laid in acquiring knowledge about the surrounding socio-cultural heritage by arranging such competitions in the college.

c.        The increase in the number of students participation in the last Annual college week is an encouraging factor for physical and mental upliftment of the students.

d.        The college has published three issues of each of the four wall magazines of our college. The students are provided a chance to expose their talents in creative writing as well as in making models, chart and painting.

e.        The college arranged cleanliness drive in the college campus as well as in the market area where the students, teachers and office staff took active part.

f.         The students were taken to field trips, excursion to make them aware of their surroundings, their obligations and duties towards society and also to imbibe in them a feeling of co-operation and brotherhood.

g.        The college organized a field study on Environmental Awareness where the students were encouraged to gather first hand knowledge regarding environmental problems, hazards, protection, measures etc., by directly communicating with the neighborhood industries as well as people residing in those areas. Later they submitted a field study report to the teachers.

h.        For the spiritual development of the students and faculty, the college invited Art of Living Foundation, Guwahati to organize an ‘INTR TALK’ on ‘Art of Living’.

 

  1. LINKAGES DEVELOPED WITH NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL, ACADEMIC/ RESEARCH BODIES:

Ø        Many faculty members have attended National/International seminars. The details are given below-

 

Sl No.

Name of the faculty member

Date

Theme of the seminar

Title of the paper presented

Remark

1

Runu Kalita

(Assamese)

16th, 17th Aug 05

The life and works of Jawaharlal  Nehru

 

Participated

6th , 7th Feb 05

First international conference of North East Indian linguistic society

 

Participated

2

Rama Kanta Saikia (Maths.)

20th , 21st Jan 06

Values and the present Society

 

Participated

3

 

Dharma Ram Deka

(Geography)

30th , 31st Dec 05

National Seminar on Environmental Pollution: Management and Planning with special reference to North East India.

Bio-diversity threat and conservation in North East India with special reference to endangered plant

 

29th , 30th Jan 06

National Seminar on Environmental conservation, depleting resources and sustainable development

 

Participated

28th, 29th & 30th Mar. 06

National seminar cum workshop on restoration ecology philosophies, principles and perspectives

Philosophy of conservation of wetlands with special reference to Dimoria under Kamrup District (M), Assam

 

4

Karabi Devi

(Pol. Science)

6th, 7th Feb 06

First International Conference of the North East Indian Linguistic Society.

 

Participated

5

Prasanta Kr Sarma  (English)

6th, 7th Feb 06

First International Conference of the North East Indian Linguistic Society.

 

Participated

6

 

Tulsi Majumadar

(Pol. Science)

16th, 17th Aug 05

The life and works of Jawaharlal  Nehru

 

Participated

20th, 21st Jan 06

Values and the present society

 

Participated

7

Bandana Borthakur (History)

16th, 17th Aug 05

The life and works of Jawaharlal  Nehru

 

Participated

16th, 17th Mar 06

Medieval History of History as described by the Historian through Persian Source

Social Cultural Life of Medieval Assam

 

 

  1.  ANY OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION THE INSTITUTION WISHES TO ADD:

Ø  In order to encourage students to grow up with various co-curricular activities, Sports, Cultural and literary events are held in the Annual College Week,. Eminent personalities from the state are invited in the prize distribution ceremony to boost the morale of the students.

Ø  World Environment Day is celebrated every year on 5th June to inculcate the spirit of environmental conservation.

Ø  Plantation drives by the students and teachers are organized on regular basis in the college campus as well as in the locality.

Ø  Cleanliness drive by the students in the college campus and various localities in the neighbouring area including the adopted village Dikchak is a part of the student related activities as such drives are organized on a regular basis.

Ø  Independence Day and Republic Day are celebrated in the college auspiciously every year. All the teachers and students participate in these occasions which enhance national integrity.

Ø  A cultural troupe of the college went to Saharsa, Bihar to participate in a drama competition.

 

PART C

Plans for the academic session 2006-07

PLANS:

1.    New subjects: Environmental Studies as a core subject will be introduced for degree                                 second year students as per G.U. guidelines.

 

2.    New Techniques :

a.    Remedial course: The departments will prepare its Remedial Course as per requirement of the students.

b.    Tutorial classes: Each department will be entrusted to take up tutorial classes as per the class routine.

c.    Field survey to prepare project paper: Department of Economics will take students for field trip to prepare project paper.

d.    Project work: The Department of Geography will carry out a project on “Production and Distribution mechanism of Hindustan Paper Corporation, Jagiroad, Assam”.

e.    Training of students: The Department of Geography will train its students to prepare Model and Chart after a survey work.

f.     Seminar/Workshop to be conducted: Departmental seminars will be conducted by the departments as per schedule mentioned in the Prospectus cum Academic Calendar.

g.    Classes in feeder schools: The Department of English will conduct classes in the feeder schools with a spirit to enhance the quality of the students.

h.    Inter class presentation: At the end of the session, the departments will encourage students to prepare seminar papers and present the same in the class.

3.    Community Development Programme :         

a.    Awareness Programmes to be organized in different schools.

b.    Extension lectures to be organized in the feeder schools to raise the standard            of the input that will further help in lowering the drop-outs in the college.

4.         Infrastructure Development:

a.    Extension of the Campus field

b.    Purchase of Library books

c.    Purchase of sports items

d.    To complete the ground floor of the newly constructed building.

e.    To whitewash and repair the classroom and laboratories.

f.     To approach different Government agencies for allocation of fund for infrastructure development.

 

5.         Internal Fund Generation:

Ø  The College will organize mobile Theater show for fund generation.

6.        Plantation Programme in college campus :

Ø  Plantation in the college campus to improve the college environment.

 7.       Official Activity:

Ø  To begin the official procedure for the permission of B.Com Second Year

 

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