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THE ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT (AQAR) OF THE IQAC

                        Name of the Institution         :           SONAPUR COLLEGE

                        Year of Report                      :           2010-11

PART – A

PLAN FOR 2010-2011

    TEACHING LEARNING:

1.            New Techniques –

Ø  Remedial Courses  The departments will formulate it’s remedial course as per the requirement of the student

Ø   Tutorial Classes – Each department will be entrusted to take up tutorial                                        classes as per the class routine.

2.        Project by Geography Department:

Ø  The Dept of Geography will take the students on an excursion to study the ‘Man- Environment Relation in Mountainous Region’. Later a report will be prepared.

3.        Model and Chart Preparation:

Ø  The Dept. of Geography will make their students prepare model and chart on “Impact of Big Dam on Physical and Social Environment”.

 4.        Mapping in the College Campus:

Ø  The Dept of Geography will carry out a project on Topography Mapping of the college campus.

5.        Departmental Seminar:

Ø  Departmental seminars will be conducted by the departments as per the    schedule mentioned in the prospectus cum Academic calendar.

6.        Book Fair

Ø  Book Fair will be organised in the college campus on a convenient day to inculcate reading habit among students.

 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Ø  The college will take initiative to find out socio-economic problems of the village folks.

Ø  To organize a training programme for the woman of the village of Dikchak.

Ø  To organize a cleanliness drive in the neighbourhood and in Dikchak village.

Ø  To organize extension programme in the neighbouring feeder schools to raise the standard of the input that will further help in lowering the rate of drop out in the college

 

 INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT

Ø  To start the construction of the Girls’ Hostel.

Ø  To complete the two rooms of the second floor of the RCC building.

Ø  To renovate the veranda of the old Academic Block (Bhaduri Bhavan).

Ø  To purchase books for the Library.

Ø  To purchase musical instrument and sports items.

Ø  To involve the students in a cleanliness drive to clean the surrounding of the college campus.

Ø  To purchase electrical instrument and teaching equipments.

 

OFFICIAL ACTIVITY

Ø  To pursue the Gauhati University for beginning the process for the temporary affiliation of B.Com Part II.

Ø    To pursue the Director of Higher Education for concurrence of the Permanent Affiliation under Gauhati University.

Ø     To pursue the Director of Higher Education for Govt Concurrence of B.Com up to Part - II level.

Ø  To pursue the Gauhati University for permission of Examination Centre up to B.Com Part III level.

 

 

OUTCOME ACHIEVED BY THE END OF THE YEAR

TEACHING LEARNING

Ø  The remedial courses have been framed by the various departments to meet the demand of the students and accordingly the faculty members took the classes.

Ø  The departments took the tutorial classes as per the routine. Some departments also took extra classes for the benefit of the students.

Ø  The department of Geography took the students on an excursion to Sikkim to study the “Man-Environment Relation in Mountainous Region”. The students actively participated in the whole learning process apart from enjoying the picturesque beauty of Sikkim. Later a report was prepared on the project.

Ø  Department of Geography made the students prepare model and chart on the theme ‘Impact of Big Dam on Physical and Social Environment”. Later a competition was held among the students during the college week. Altogether 45 participants participated in the competition. Mr. Dharma Ram Deka from the Department of Geography and Ms. Doli Thakuria from the Department of Education gave a cash prize of Rs 1000/- (One Thousand) only to the winner.

 

Ø  The Department of Geography carried out a programme on Topographic Mapping of the college campus with the help of Digital GPS instruments. The whole process of mapping was completed in GIS environment.

Ø  As per departmental Schedule mentioned in the Prospectus and Academic Calendar the Departments organized seminars and workshops for which experts were invited for deliberation.

 

Ø  For the benefit of the students, a number of departments of the college conducted ‘Intra-Class Paper presentation Sessions’ from time to time where students participated and presented paper under the guidance of departmental teachers.

 

Ø  As a part of continuous evaluation, the college conducted two unit tests for all the classes and the students. Similarly one selection test for the major course of the TDC 1st  Year students was organised in the beginning of the session.                                                 

Ø  Like previous years this year also a number of departments of the college conducted extension programmes in its feeder schools. As a part of this extension the Department of English, Mathematics and Geography took Classes in Sankardev Sishu Bidya Niketan.

Ø  Book Fair was organized in the college premises in collaboration with ‘SATIRTHA’ to inculcate the reading habits among the students.

Ø  Extension Lectures were organized at the feeder schools to raise the standard of the input.

Ø  A five days long workshop on ‘Application of Computer and Open Source GIS in Geography’, was held at the College which was organized by the Department of Geography, from 24th to 28th May, 2011. The workshop was inaugurated on May 24 by Prof. Madhurima Das, former Head of the Department of Geography, B. Barooah College, Guwahati. The occasion was graced by, Dr. Abani Kumar Bhagabati, Professor of Geography, GU and Prof. Suren Talukdar, former Head of Geography of Cotton College, Guwahati as distinguished guests. The workshop was attended by 29 participants.

INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT:

Ø  The college received a grant of Rs. 50.20 Lakh for the construction of the Girls’ Hostel, from the Department of Welfare of Plain Tribes & Backward Classes, Govt. Of Assam, vide Memo No. DW130/99/PT-II/8-A/5371-73dt. 15/09/08, but the actual amount of Rs. 40, 84,811/- was received only on 21/04/2010. Accordingly the construction work was flagged off by Dr. Prosenjit Narzary, the Project Director of Integrated Tribal Development Project (ITDP), Kamrup, on 07/10/2010.

Ø  As per the plan the two rooms of the second floor of the RCC Academic Block has been completed.

Ø  The renovation work of the Bhadury Bhavan has been completed by fixing new roofing of the veranda and a proper whitewashing of the whole block was done.  

Ø  In order to enrich the library of the college a good number of books have been purchased.

Ø  The college purchased three numbers of Desktop Computers and a Printer.

Ø  The College purchased one Almirah and several items of Geography practical.

Ø  A cleanliness drive was organized by the students Union in the neighbourhood of the college. The college students participated in it in large numbers.

OFFICIAL ACTIVITY

Ø  A proposal for the temporary affiliation of B Com Part- II has been submitted to Gauhati University and Dr. Sujit Sikidar of GU inspected the for the purpose on 02/05/2011.

Ø   For the Government concurrence of the Permanent Affiliation of the general courses of Arts Stream upto Part-II level, the Director of Higher Education Dr. Binay Kumar Nath inspected the college on 14/08/2010.

Ø  The Director of Higher Education (DHE), Assam was pursued for the concurrence of the temporary affiliation of the Commerce Stream upto Part-II level. Accordingly the college was inspected by Dr. Binay Kumar Nath on 14/08/2010.

Ø  As per the planning the Gauhati University authority has granted permission for starting the Examination Centre of B. Com upto Part-III level from this session vide GU Memo No. EX/TDC/7/2010/12029/228 dt. 15/12/2010.

 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

Ø   The Department of Economics conducted a survey on the socio-economic conditions of the Milanpur locality to trace the demographic status of the population.

Ø  The College organized a training program on organic fertilizer production at Dikchak.

Ø  The extension cell of the college conducted  Medicinal Tree Plantation Drive at Dikchak.

Ø  A cleanliness drive was organized by the Students Union of the College in its neighbourhood

 

Part-B

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

Ø  Dr. Dhanjit Medhi Memorial Lecture was organised by the Department of English on 3rd September,2011. Eminent Folklorist and former Head of the Department of Folklore and Research Prof. Birendranath Datta delivered his lecture on “Some Aspects of the Folk Drama of Assam”. The speaker threw light on the development of the various folk performances across the state and introduced the audiences to the various nuances of the rich cultural heritage of Assam.

Ø  Like the previous years, the department of Hindi celebrated Hindi Divas on September 14, in order to make the RASHTRA BHASA more popular among the students and the faculty, where the students and faculty members of the college participated actively.  Different competitions were also organised in this connection and prizes were given to the winners.

Ø  Like previous years two issues of all four wall magazines were released during this academic session. Students from all classes contributed to all wall magazines.

Ø  A Book Fair was organized in the college premises in Collaboration with ‘SATIRTHA’ a socio-literary organisation.

 

  1. NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMME INITIATED:

Ø The different departments of the college conducted tutorial classes.

Ø For the upliftment of the students of the feeder schools various extension services were initiated by the department of English.

Ø  The Department of English organized some classes at Sankardev Sishu Bidya Niketan.

Ø The Department of Geography observed World Environment Day in Maloibari High School on 5th June, 2009 with a day long programme.

     3.       INNOVATION IN CURRICULAR DESIGN AND TRANSACTION:  

Ø     The curriculum is designed by Guwahati University.

Ø  The various departments undertake various innovative measures to familiarize the students with the new course. The students are made to comprehend the new curricula like seminar paper presentation, group discussion, audio-video means and so on.

 

4.         INTERDISCIPLINARY PROGRAMMES STARTED:

Ø  As per the guidelines of the Gauhati University, Environmental Studies is taught in the 2nd year degree classes, which has been treated as an interdisciplinary subject in the college. The faculty members of all departments are allotted their own course to teach the students.

Ø  In commerce stream, the different departments like English, Assamese, Economics, and Information Technology take up classes to transact the curriculum in the respective fields.

5.            EXAMINATION REFORM IMPLEMENTED:

Ø  The university examinations are held as per guidelines laid down by the University authority. No such reformation has taken place during the session.

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

(a)  Major selection test

(b)  Unit Test – 2

(c)  Pre Final Test – 1

6.         CANDIDATES QUALIFIED  NET/SLET/GATE ETC:

Ø  Nil

7.         INITIATIVE TOWARDS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME:

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

Ø Two faculty members Ms. Nizara Hazarika, Asstt. Professor of English was conferred Ph.D. by English and Foreign Languages University, Shillong Campus and Mr. Kamal Ch. Pathak, Asstt. Professor of History was conferred Ph.D. by North Bengal University.

Ø  A Faculty Development Programme was organised by the IQAC, Sonapur College where Prof. K.G. Bhattacharyya was invited as the Resource Person. Dr. K.G. Bhattacharyya deliberated on the various issues pertaining to faculty development and also on the key aspects of the recently modified NAAC accreditation process.

8.         TOTAL NUMBER OF SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS CONDUCTED:

Ø  The various departments have organized seminars and workshops in the college. As many as twelve seminars had been organized in the year 2010-11. Experts were also invited from other Institutions and Universities.

Ø   Apart from the seminars, the departments conduct various paper presentation sessions where the students are encouraged to present papers.

9.         RESEARCH PROJECT:

Ø  Nil

10.       PATENT GENERATED:

Ø  None

11.       NEW COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH POGRAMMES:-

Ø  None

 12.      Research Grant Received from Various Agencies

Ø  None

 

13.       DETAILS OF RESEARCH SCHOLARS:

Sl. No.

Name of the Scholar

University in which registered

Year

Topic

1

Bipul Borah,

Dept. of Economics

GU

2007

‘Economic Appraisal of Orange Cultivation: A Study in the Brahmaputra Valley, Assam’

2

Dharma Ram Deka,

Dept. of Geography

GU

2007

‘Geo-ecological Status and Economic Potential of Wetlands in Dimoria Region of Kamrup District(M), Assam, India.

 3

Asraf Ali,

Dept. of Geography

GU

2007

‘Geo-Environmental Impact on the Socio-Economic Development in Goalpara District of Assam.

4

Runu Kalita,

Dept. of Assamese

GU

2008

Nabakanta Baruar Rasanat Lokasanskritik Upadan ( Folk Elements in the Works of Nabakanta Barua )

5

Gitima Kalita,

Dept. of Philosophy

GU

2008

A Study of Saivism in Bramhaputra Valley.

6

Mridusmita Mahanta

Dept. of English

GU

2009

xpression Assamese Selfhood and the Bramhaputra

7

Pallabi Goswami,

Dept. of Hindi

GU

2009

A Comparative Study of the Dramatic Style Mohan Rakesh and Arun Sarma’s Drama

8

Boby Das,

Dept. of History

NEHU, Shillong

2010

Buddhism in Assam from Earliest time to 13th Century

9

Sinam Iboton Singh

Dept. Of Mathematics

CMJ University, Meghalaya

2010

Designing a Sequence of Transition from Arithmetic to Algebra

10

 Doli Thakuria

Dept of Education

CMJ University, Meghalaya

2010

Self Concept and Adjustment Problem of Hearing Impaired Children in Assam

11

Minakshi Chaudhury

Dept of Philosophy

Gauhati University

2010

 Raadhanath Phukan as an Interpreter of Indian Philosophy: A Critical Study

12

Sathi Bhowmick

Dept of Philosophy

Gauhati University

2010

 Nature of Moral Judgement with Special Reference to Hare

         
         

14.       CITATION INDEX OF FACULTY MEMBERS AND IMPACT FACTOR:

Ø  None

15.       Honors/Awards to the Faculty:

Ø  Two faculty members Ms. Nizara Hazarika, Asstt. Professor of English was conferred Ph.D. by English and Foreign Languages University, Shillong Campus and Mr. Kamal Ch. Pathak, Asstt. Professor of History was conferred Ph.D. by North Bengal University.

16.       Internal Resource generated:

Ø  The details are given below-

Sl No

Source

Amount (`)

1

Fees from Students

 25,31,710

2

Donation

   5,38,110

3

Self Financing Courses(IT & TTM)

     30,900

4

Photocopier Machine

        6415

 

17.       Details of Departments Getting SAP/ COSIST/ DST, FIST etc

Ø  Nil

18.       Community Service:

Ø   A few faculty members are involved with the Arabari Rural Library for children and women. They encourage the children to borrow books to imbibe the habit of reading and creative writing. The children are encouraged to write on the wall magazine “Xopun” of the library. The teachers also organize competitions like Quiz, Drawing, Recitation and Extempore speech among the children and the village women.

Ø   The College organized a training program on organic fertilizer production at Dikchak.

Ø   The extension cell of the college conducted Medicinal Tree Plantation Drive at Dikchak.

Ø    A cleanliness drive was organized by the Students Union of the College in its neighbourhood.

19.       Teachers and Officers newly Recruited

Ø  There are as many as twelve teaching and non-teaching staff who were appointed during the session. The details are given below-

 

 

Sl.  No.

Name of the Lecturer

Department

Mode of Appointment

Date of Joining

Date of Release

1

Ms. Barnali Baishya

Hindi

Part Time

1st Aug.2010

31st Jan. 2011

2

Ms. Sudipta Phukan

English

Part Time

1st Aug.2010

31st Jan. 2011

3

Ms. Junu Rahang

Pol. Science

Part Time

1st Aug.2010

31st Jan. 2011

4

Ms. Arunima Deka

Philosophy

Part Time

1st Aug.2010

31st Jan. 2011

5

MuslimuddinBarbhuyan

Economics

Part Time

1st Aug. 2010

31st Jan. 2011

6

Mr. Rinku Boro

Assamese

Part Time

1st Aug.2010

31st Jan. 2011

7

Ms.Minakshi Choudhury

Philosophy

Part time

1st Aug.2010

31st Jan. 2011

8

Ms. Bornali Patowary

TTM

Part time

1st Aug.2010

31st Jan. 2011

9

Ms. Kashmiri Baishya

Hindi

Part Time

1st Aug.2010

31st Jan. 2011

10

Mr. Bodhjyoti Sarma

IT

Part Time

1st Aug.2010

31st Jan. 2011

11

 Ms. Nishamoni Borah

IT

Part Time

1st Aug.2010

31st Jan. 2011

12

Mr. Jayanta DAs

Library Assistant

Part Time

1st Aug.2010

31st Jan. 2011

11

Gautam Deka

Grade IV

Part Time

1st Aug.2010

31st Jan. 2011

12.

Prabir Basfor

Grade IV

Part Time

1st Aug.2010

31st Jan. 2011

13.

Moni Basfor

Grade IV

Part Time

1st Aug.2010

31st Jan. 2011

 

20.       Teaching- Non Teaching Staff Ratio

Ø  5:2  (47and19) 

 

21.       Improvement in the library Services:

Ø  The college has purchased a good number of journals for the library.

Ø  New rules were framed in the process of issuing books by which students of      different classes can get books on different days.

 

22.       New Books/Journals subscribed and their values:

Ø  The details of the books purchased and the journals subscribed are given below-

 

Department

No. of Books 

Purchased

Text

 Book

Reference

book

Total Cost  in [ `   ]

Book

128

07

13

57,272

Newspapers

5 daily

---

---

9,000

Journals & Periodicals

10 nos monthly

---

---

2,400

 

 23.      Courses in which student assessment of teachers is introduced and the action
           taken on student feedback:

Ø  The college has 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.

Ø  After collecting the filled up forms the Principal scans them. Thus, the strength and weakness of each faculty member are sorted out and the same is sent to the head of the respective departments. The heads discuss the findings with the other faculty of the department. The Principal also guides the teachers to overcome the problems.

24.       Unit Cost of with Salary:

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25.       Computerization of administration and process of admission and examinations, result, issue of certificate:

Ø  The administration and the admission process of the college has been computerized since 2008-09.

26.       Increase in the Infrastructural facilities:

Ø  As per the plan the two rooms of the second floor of the RCC Academic Block has been completed.

Ø  The renovation work of the Bhadury Bhavan has been completed by fixing new roofing of the veranda and a proper whitewashing of the whole block was done.  

Ø  In order to enrich the library of the college a good number of books have been purchased.

Ø  The college purchased three numbers of Desktop Computers and a Printer.

Ø  The College purchased one Almirah and several items of Geography practical.

27.       TECHNOLOGY UPGRADATION: 

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 teacher and students. 

29.       Financial Aid to students: 

Ø The college helps the students financially to pursue their education. As many   as 20 students got the benefit from the college.

Ø  The different Dept. also extends aid and books to the meritorious students. 

STUDENTS WHO RECIEVED FINANCIAL AID DURING THE SESSION  2010-2011

Sl No

Name

Class

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1

Sultana Begum

TDC I

3180/-

2

Bhaskar jyoti Sarma

TDC I

3180/-

3

Mampi Paul

TDC I

600/-

4

Dipamoni Boro

TDC I

600/-

5

Sonali Katahr

TDC I

450/-

6

Jamuna Bora

TDC I

450/-

7

Rina Doloir

TDC I

450/-

8

Bijay Das

TDC I (B Com)

450/-

9

Pankaj Acharya

TDC II (B Com)

940/-

10

Aman Rahang

TDC II

600/-

11

Mina Modak

TDC II

450/-

12

Tripti Rani Acharjee

TDC II

700/-

13

Kishan Nath

HS I

320/-

14

Bikash Boro

HS I

320/-

15

Reshma Begum

HS I

320/-

16

Moon Swargiyary

HS I

320/-

17

Bittu Das

HS I

2005/-

18

Suma Sarkar

HS II

470/-

19

Banashree Barman

HS II

470/-

20

Damayanti Deuri

HS II

320/-

                                                                                                       Total:16, 595/-

              (Rupees Sixteen Thousand Five Hundred and  Ninety Five Only )

 

 

30.          ACTIVITIES AND SUPPORT FROM THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION:

Ø  The member of the Alumni Association regularly visit the college, especially during the   important events like, College Annual Function, Fresher’s Social, New Admissions etc.

Ø  Some members also extend their help and cooperation in organising extension programme   in the locality.

 

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

Ø  The parent-teacher relationship has been very cordial in Sonapur College. Some departments organize parents meeting time to time, 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.

Ø  As and when needed, the parents are invited to the college and they extend their full cooperation.

32.       HEALTH SERVICES:-

Ø  Health service is provided to student as and when the need arises.

Ø  In case of any student or staff get injured in the college campus or while     coming to the college, the college authority provides all kind of medical support and help.

 

33.       PERFORMANCE IN THE SPORTS ACTIVITIES:

Ø  Saurav Das Participated in 32nd All Assam All Style Martial Arts Championship,2010 at Goreswar, Baksha, Assam and secured Bronze Medal in the Weight Category of 50-60 kgs.

Ø  Damayanti Boro participated as a player in the 58th National Kabaddi Championship for the Assam team at Jamathara, Jharkhand from 18-01-2011 to 20-01-2011.

Ø  Kishore Deka Participated in International Martial Art Competition held in New Delhi in Kungfu category in the December 2010 and won Gold Medal for Assam.

Ø  Saurav Das Participated as a player in the 3rd National Chinese Traditional Martial Arts Championship 2010 held at MCD School, Ranibagh, Delhi and Secured Silver in 56-66 Kg weight Category.

Ø  Basanti Chetry participated in the GSA Annual Athletics Meet 2010-11 at Guawahati and won Bronze Medal in Long Jump

34.       INCENTIVE TO OUTSTANDING SPORT PERSONS

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 College Annual Sports.

Ø  Bipul Borah, Lecturer, Department of Economics, sponsors a cash award of Rs 1000/- to the winner of the Best Sports Person of Girls’ Category.

 

35.       STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENT AND AWARDS:

Ø  The proposal for sanctioning scholarship for different category of students have already been submitted by the college to the concerned authority, but the transfer of the fund is yet to be materialised.

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.

Ø  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.

Ø  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.

Ø  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.

Ø  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 President of Governing body of Sonapur College.

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

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

Ø  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.

Ø  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 Counselling 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 also joined the college as non-teaching staff.

38.       DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME FOR NON-TEACHING STAFF:

Ø  The college authority has taken the initiative for the capacity building of the non teaching staff from time to time, and invited experts of college automation or retired non-teaching staff of other college for imparting training. 

39.       HEALTHY PRACTICES OF THE INSTITUTION:

Ø  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.

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

Ø  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 s well as in making models, chart and painting.

Ø  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.

Ø  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.

Ø   The college organized a field study on Environmental Awareness where the students were encouraged to gather firsthand 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.

 40.      LINKAGE DEVELOPED WITH NATIONAL / INTERNATIONAL
           ACADEMIC / RESEARCH BODIES.

Ø  A number of faculty members participated in National and International Seminars where many of them also presented their research papers. The details are given below-

Name

Place& Date

Theme of the Seminar/Conference

Paper Presented

Remarks

Dr. Mani Ram Kalita

Gauhati University, Feb2-4,2011

North East India as Diverse Tribal Language Belt

Bhaiyam Karbi Bhasha: eti Porichaymulak Adhyayan

Paper Presented

Runu Kalita

 

Chayduar College, Gohpur Sept 15-16,2010

National Seminar on Current Trends on Research of Regional History

Some Aspects of Siddhi Literature in Context of Assam

Paper Presented

Dimoria College, Khetry Nov 27-28, 2010

National Seminar on Schedule Caste in India: Dimension of their Socio-Economic Mobility, Identity and Discrimination

Socio-Economic Mobility among the Scheduled Caste: with special reference to Arabinda Adiga’s The White Tiger.

Paper Presented

 

Runu Kalita

 

 

Gauhati University Feb 14-15,2011

 

National Seminar on Modern Assamese  Drama

 

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Paricipated

Handique Girls College, June4-5,2010

National Seminar on Policies and Problems of Higher Education in Assam

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Paricipated

Mausumi Bhagowoti

Gauhati University Feb 14-15,2011

National Seminar on Modern Assamese  Drama

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Paricipated

Rumi Doloi

Handique Girls College, June4-5,2010

National Seminar on Policies and Problems of Higher Education in Assam

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Paricipated

 Pradeep Kr. Dey

Nowgong Girls College Jan31-Feb1,2011

National Seminar on Understanding Conflict Resolution, National Building and National Integration

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Paricipated

Dhing College, Feb4-5

National Seminar on Promoting Human Right Education for Human Society

 

Paper Presented

Prasanta Kr. Sarma

 

Goreswar College, Nov2-3, 2010

National Seminar on Relevance of the Gandhian Concept of Freedom in the Present Day Society

 

Paper Presented

Hojai College, Nov10-11, 2010

National Seminar on Bio Resources, Habitat, Threats, Conservation Strategies and Sustainable Development

 

Paricipated

Nowgong Girls College Jan31-Feb1,2011

National Seminar on Understanding Conflict situation, National Building and National Integration

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Paricipated

Prasanta Kr. Sarma

Dhing College, Feb4-5, 2011

National Seminar on Need for Human Rights Education

Promoting Human Right Education for Human Society

Paper Presented

Mridusmita Mahanta

 

Pragjyotish College Jan8-9,2011

National Seminar on Higher Education under 11th Plan: Strategies for Crisis Management

The Structural Oral Situational Approach in Teaching English

Paper Presented

ISFNR Conference NEHU, Feb22-25, 2011

International Conference on Folk Narrative

Myth as Telling Identities

Paper Presented

Dhing College, June3-4,2011

National Seminar on Role of Globalisation on Traditional Assamese Culture

Globalisation, Mobility and Cultural identity

Paper Presented

Barbhag College, 12-13, 2010

National Seminar on Human Rights and Socio-Economic and Political Status of women in NE India

Subjective Wellbeing and Social Change

Paper Presented

Bir Chilaray College, Sept 3-4, 2010

National Seminar on The Study of Indian Folklore: An Interdisciplinary Study

Timeless Significance of Myth

Paper Presented

 

Nizara Hazarika        

 

Barbhag College, 12-13, 2010

National Seminar on Human Rights and Socio-Economic and Political Status of women in NE India

Crusading the Way though Invisibility: Assamese Women and Imprints of Social Transformation in Colonial Assam

Paper Presented

Punjab University, Chandigarh Dec15-18,2010

International Conference on The Virtual Transformation of Public Sphere

Inventing the Self in the Public Domain of Cyberspace: A Cyber feminist Perspective

Paper Presented

Nalbari Commerce College, Feb2-3, 2011

National Seminar on Folk Elements in Assamese Literature

The Cultural Logic of Folktales: Children’s Literature and the Question of Gender

Paper presenated

LOKD College, Dhekiajuli Feb4-5,2011

National Seminar on Women Trafficking in and from North East

Gender Equality in Colonial Assam and the Mediation of Assam Mahila Samiti: A Historiographic Perspective

Paper presenated

Dipjyoti Deka

 

Barbhag College, Nov 12-13, 2010

National Seminar on Human Rights and Socio-Economic and Political Status of women in NE India

Globalisation and its Impact on Women

Paper Presented

Nalbari Commerce College, Feb2-3, 2011

National Seminar on Folk Elements in Assamese Literature

Material Culture

Paper presented

Dhing College, Feb4-5, 2011

National Seminar on Need for Human Rights Education

 

Participated

Sudipta Phukan

Biswanath College, Dec29-30, 2010

National Seminar on Philosophy, Society and Values

Assamese Women in Transition: A Reading of E Elizabeth Vickland’s         “ Daughther of Brahma: A Tale of Brahmaputra Country”

Paper Presented

Nalbari Commerce College, Feb2-3, 2011

National Seminar on Folk Elements in Assamese Literature

Reflection on Tea tribes in Jogesh Das’s “Dawar aru Nai”

Paper presenated

Tulsi Majumder

Dhing College, Jan21-22, 2011

National Seminar on Environment

Flood and Associated Geo-Environmental problems on Socio-Economic Settings at Lower Jinari River Basin in Goalpara District Assam

Paper Presented

 

Karabi Devi

Goreswar College, Nov2-3, 2010

National Seminar on Relevance of the Gandhian Concept of Freedom in the Present Day Society

 

Paper Presented

Karabi Devi

Hojai College, Nov10-11, 2010

National Seminar on Bio Resources, Habitat, Threats, Conservation Strategies and Sustainable Development

 

Paricipated

Karabi Devi

Nowgong Girls College Jan31-Feb1,2011

National Seminar on Understanding Conflict situation, National Building and National Integration

 

Paricipated

Dhing College, Feb4-5, 2011

National Seminar on Need for Human Rights Education

Promoting Human Right Education for Human Society

Paper Presented

Dipa Kakoti

 

Barbhag College, Nov 12-13, 2010

National Seminar on Human Rights and Socio-Economic and Political Status of women in NE India

Globalisation and its Impact on Women

Paper Presented

Dhing College, Feb 4-5, 2011

 

National Seminar on Need for Human Rights Education

 

Participated

Doli Thakuria

 

Cotton College, Dec11-13,2010

International Seminar on Land use, Bio diversity and Climate Change

 

Participated

Suren Das College, Hajo, Jan7-8, 2011

National Seminar on Ethnic Conflict and Identity Crisis

A Study on  Karbi people of Dimoria development Block under kamrup (M) District, Assam, India

Paper Presented

LCB Collge, Ghy, Feb11-12, 2011

National Seminar on Mapping Ethnographies in Assam and the Role of Identity Politics

A Study of Socio- Cultural and Religious Practices on karbi people of Dimoria development Block under kamrup (M) District, Assam, India

Paper Presented

Bandana Barthakur

 

Chayduar College, Gohpur Sept 15-16,2010

National Seminar on Current Trends on Research of Regional History

Role  and Status of the Karbi woman in their societies.

Paper Presented

Nowgong Girls College, Jan22,2011

National Seminar on Some Aspects of the 19th Century Assam: A Historical Reassessment

 

Participated

Rama Kanta Saikia

Dhing College, Jan21-22, 2011

National Seminar on Environment

Flood and Associated Geo-Environmental problems on Socio-Economic Settings at Lower Jinari River Basin in Goalpara District Assam

Paper Presented

 

Sinam Iboton Singh

Nowgong College, Jan10-11,2011

National Seminar on Conservation and Utilisation of Resources in NE India, A Vision Plan for Green World

Sand Mining in Digaru River, Assam: A Critical Analysis from Geomorphic and Economic Perspective

Paper Presented

Gitima Kalita

 

Gauhati University, 26-29 Oct. 2010

Indian Philosophical Congress

Kapalika : A Last Saiva Sect

 

Paper Presented

 

Goreswar College, Nov2-3, 2010

National Seminar on Relevance of the Gandhian Concept of Freedom in the Present Day Society

 

Participated

Goreswar College, Nov 23-24, 2010

National Seminar on Quality Assurance in Higher Education: Role of Stake Holders

Role of Guardians in Quality Assurance of Higher Education

Paper Presented

Minakshi Choudhury

 

Goreswar College, Nov2-3, 2010

National Seminar on Relevance of the Gandhian Concept of Freedom in the Present Day Society

Gandhian Dream of Rama Rajya and His Political freedom

Paper Presented

Cotton College, 29Nov-1 Dec, 2010

National Seminar on Social Concerns in Indian philosophy

The Social Significance of the Gandhian Concept of Swaraj

Paper Presented

Biswanath College, Dec 29-30

National Seminar on Philosophy, Society and Values

The Role of Education of Women in the Positive Change and the Society

Paper Presented

Dr. Biman Patowary

 

Gauhati University, Nov20-22, 2010

National Seminar on Global environmental Change, Geo- Morphological Issues and Challenges

Morphometric Classification and Delineation of Morpho Units in Digaru River Basin of assam

Paper Presented

Cotton College, Dec11-13 ,2010

International Seminar on Land use, Bio diversity and Climate Change

Significance of Micro Level Analysis of Landuse- Landcover Change in Sustainable Development: A Case Study of Barkhat Village of Sonapur Revenue Circle Using Cadastral Map

Paper Presented

Nowgong College, Jan10-11,2011

National Seminar on Conservation and Utilisation of Resources in NE India, A Vision Plan for Green World

Sand Mining in Digaru River, Assam: A Critical Analysis from Geomorphic and Economic Perspective

Paper Presented

Dharma Ram Deka

 

Bangkok, March 22-25, 2011

International Conference on Environmental Degradation and Food Security and Opportunity

A Study on Wetland Resources and Conservation in A Part of Digaru and Kalong River Basins of Assam, India

Paper Presented

Cotton College, Dec11-13 , 2010

International Seminar on Land use, Bio diversity and Climate Change

Wetlands utilisationand Problems: A Part of Digaru and Kalong River Basins of Assam, India

Paper Presented

Suren Das College, Hajo, Jan7-8, 2011

National Seminar on Ethnic Conflict and Identity Crisis

A Study on  Karbi people of Dimoria development Block under kamrup (M) District, Assam, India

Paper Presented

LCB Collge, Ghy, Feb11-12, 2011

National Seminar on Mapping Ethnographies in Assam and the Role of Identity Politics

A Study of Socio- Cultural and Religious Practices on karbi people of Dimoria development Block under kamrup (M) District, Assam, India

Paper Presented

Ananda Das

 

Cotton College, Dec11-13 , 2010

International Seminar on Land use, Bio diversity and Climate Change

 

Paper Presented

Dhing College, Jan21-22, 2011

National Seminar on Environment

Flood and Associated Geo-Environmental problems on Socio-Economic Settings at Lower Jinari River Basin in Goalpara District Assam

Paper Presented

Asraf Ali

 

Gauhati University, Nov20-22, 2010

National Seminar on Global environmental Change, Geo- Morphological Issues and Challenges

Morphometric Classification and Delineation of Morpho Units in Digaru River Basin of assam

Paper Presented

Gauhati University, Nov20-22, 2010

National Seminar on Global environmental Change, Geo- Morphological Issues and Challenges

Landuse Change and its Im apct on Environment in Hasila Beel of Goapara District, Assam

Paper Presented

Cotton College, Dec11-13 ,2010

International Seminar on Land use, Bio diversity and Climate Change

A Geographical Apprecisation of Landuse Pattern and its Sustainable Practices for Growing population and Development in Morigaon District, Assam

Paper Presented

Cotton College, Dec11-13 ,2010

International Seminar on Land use, Bio diversity and Climate Change

Landuse Change and its impact on Aquatic Flora in Urpad Beel of Goalpara District, Assam

Paper Presented

Dhing College, Jan21-22, 2011

National Seminar on Environment

Flood and Associated Geo-Environmental problems on Socio-Economic Settings at Lower Jinari River Basin in Goalpara District Assam

Paper Presented

 

41.       ANY OTHER INFORMATION:

Ø In the fond memory of the founder Principal i/c of Sonapur College, Late Dr. Dhanjit Medhi, a award is given to the best participant of the Annual College Week which is sponsored by his family. The award  comprises of a trophy and a cash amount of 1000/-.

Ø  With an objective to encourage the 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.

 

 

PART-C

PLAN FOR 2011-2012

 

   New Techniques & Initiatives –

Ø Remedial Courses  The department will formulate it’s remedial course as per the requirement of the student

Ø Tutorial Classes – Each department will be entrusted to take up tutorial classes as per the class routine.

Ø Model and Chart on Findings of the Survey: The Department of Geography will make their students prepare model and chart after a survey work on a theme to be decided by the department.

Ø Seminar / Workshop to be conducted: Departmental seminar will be conducted by the departments as per the schedule mentioned in the prospectus cum Academic calendar.

Ø  Intra 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.

Ø  Book Fair: To organise book fair to inculcate reading habits among students

Ø  IT Certificate Course:To initiate the process of designing a certificate course by the IT Department.

Ø  K.K. H. State Open University: The College will begin the process of starting a Study Center of K.K. Handiqui State Open University at the College.

Ø  PGDCA Course: To begin the process of beginning a PGDCA Course in the College.

Ø  Educational Excursion: The Dept of Geography will take the students on an excursion to study the Geo Environment Impacts of Open Cast Mining of the Coal Mines of the Patkai Range. Later a report will be prepared.

Ø  Faculty Journal:To begin a Faculty Journal by the College.

Ø  Academic Workshop in Collaboration: To organize workshops in collaboration with other agencies.

 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Ø  Gender Sensitization Program: To organise a Gender Sensitization program by the women Cell of the College.

Ø  Aids Awareness Program: To organize an Aids Awareness Program for the Neighbouring School Community.

Ø  Cleanliness Drive: To organize a cleanliness drive in the neighbourhood and in Dikchak village.

Ø  Awareness on Disaster Management: To organize Talks on Natural Disaster Management in the feeder schools.

Ø  Neighourhood extension programme: To organize extension programme in the neighbouring feeder schools to raise the standard of the input that will further help in lowering the rate of drop out in the college.

 

 

 INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT

Ø  To complete the construction of the Girls’ Hostel.

Ø  To complete  the second floor of the RCC building.

Ø  To begin the construction of the new Academic cum Administrative Block.

Ø  To purchase books for the Library.

Ø  To purchase musical instrument and sports items.

Ø  To involve the students in a cleanliness drive to clean the surrounding of the college campus.

Ø  To purchase electrical instrument and teaching equipments.

Ø  To begin the process of the installation of a Transformer which will be                                  commissioned at the cost of the College?

 

OFFICIAL ACTIVITY

Ø  To pursue the UGC for granting 12 (B) to the College.

Ø  To pursue the Gauhati University for the renewal of temporary affiliation for TDC Part-II (Commerce) General Course for the Session 2010-2011 and 2011-2012.

Ø  To pursue the Gauhati University for opening of TDC -1st Year (Commerce) Major Courses in Accountancy and Management for Session 2011-2012.

Ø  To pursue Gauhati University for opening of TDC 1st Year (Arts) Major Courses in History, Philosophy, Hindi and Vocational Course in Tourism and Travel Management for the session 2011-2012.

 

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