Dr. H. C. Das


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The institution’s goals and objectives are to bring about a quantitative and qualitative improvement of students fulfilling personal, social and national needs by undertaking various curricular programs.

The College is committed to providing profession-oriented knowledge and skill, alongside general traditional academic programs. To generate scope for self-employment, fulfilling personal and social objectives, the College has already introduced Diploma and certificate courses in computer application, Certificate Course in Financial Accounting (TALLY) as well as taxation practice & procedure. It has also undertaken to serve the society by introducing various courses of IDOL by setting its Study Centre in the College. This year the college has developed the infrastructure for introducing Certificate Course in Handloom & Textiles on self-sustaining basis so as to change the mind set of students and also to revive the traditional craft-culture of the region.

Our institution is located in a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic setting. The student-force comprises representation of various ethnic or community groups. Our effort has been to sustain the closely-knit bond existing among these groups and the teaching has been geared to promote the aspects of harmony from within the academic framework.

The Co-curricular and Extra-curricular aspect has also been given a priority in line with the objectives of the institution to promote ideas of rounded personality among students. Infrastructural odds notwithstanding, the effort was very much there to promote this aspect.

The College has practically succeeded to some extent in meeting institutional goal by elevating the College’s role towards social inclusion i.e. in promoting outreach activities. Moreover, to enhance resource-building capacity and to improve discipline in financial management practices of the institution through rationalization of fee structure and expenses, the College has taken some rational steps.

The institution is moving in right direction vis-à-vis its goal and objectives towards creating institutional values combining academic excellence with a search for social awareness. Activities this year have been primarily focused on the aspects of improving specific segments of academic and extra academic fields which go into meeting mission and vision, goals and objectives of the institution in a better way.

New academic programmes initiated in UG & PG.

No new Post Graduate Programme was introduced in the year, though the College tried to forward its proposal to introduce master’s programmes in Assamese, Economics & Commerce with the Gauhati University authorities. However, the college continued assisting the local learners to get enrolled in various post graduate courses through its Study Centre of IDOL, Gauhati University.

In the Under Graduate segment, Sociology has been introduced as an elective subject. In post graduate segment, MA programme in Hindi has been introduced since the last academic session. New proposals were taken to open short term Diploma/ Certificate courses in Computer Application, Taxation Practice & Procedure, Translation Proficiency, Advance Certificate Course in Journalism under the aegis of Professional Studies Centre of the College. Accordingly proposals were sent to the UGC for its introduction under career oriented programme.

Innovations in curricular design and transactions.

The College which is affiliated to Gauhati University can’t autonomously formulate curricular design. It has to follow the curricular prescription of the University. ii) In the field of curricular transaction, new measures were adopted so as to make the process of teaching learning more educated, absorbing, knowledge oriented and socially directed. These were leveraged in the UG major courses and in the PG programme in English.

1.Teachers tried to promote broad based ideas of specific planning areas and were possible to relate the ideas to social experiences :

2. Students were asked to evaluate specific themes from stand point of everyday/social experience and knowledge, and study with relation to larger contexts:

3. Students centre seminars were frequently conducted allowing students to interact among themselves and with teachers:

4. Students were asked to grasp practical meaning of theoretical ideas and were inspired to undertake surveys and social reading based on theoretical, abstract principles especial in UG major subjects like Education & Economics.

Inter-disciplinary programme started

The College, like other colleges in the country, initiated compulsory paper in environmental studies in the under graduate level both in Arts & Commerce streams. The subjects comprise both theory and practical.

Inter disciplinary approach to teaching has been introduced in the under graduate major level, especially, in the Arts stream. Each department located subject segments having inter-disciplinary teaching possibilities and commissioned teachers of other departments of the College to address students on specialized areas. This opened up avenues for new ideas.

Dr. Hitesh Chandra Das Principal 9435324985
Sri Bimal Kumar Choudhury Vice-Principal 9435020285
Department of English
Dr B. Beuria
Mr U.K. Deb 9435510381
Ms Padumi Singha 9854506718
Mr Subhajit Bhadra 9957858903
Mr. Ripunjoy Bezbaruah 9435364704
Mr. Jwmwy Basumatary
Department of Mass Communication
Miss Roushni Sheikh 8876845907
Mr. Pulakesh Das 9706289460
Utpal Jyoti Choudhury -
Jacklina Mochahary -
Jacklina Mochahary -
Abhijit DevAdhikary -
Department of BODO
Mr.Jyoti Basumatary -
Mr. Rupnath Wary -
Mr. Bonduram Brahma -
Mrs. Kanery Basumatary -
Mr. Hari Basumatary -
Department of Hindi
Dr. Bind Kumar Chauhan 9508648062
Dr. Beauty Das 8134899324
Miss Mitali Das 8876655457
Smt. Sandhya Kumari 9706216012
Dr. N. Jammal --
K. Patgiri -
Mrs.Kanchan Das -
Miss Nahida Akhtar -
Department of History
Mrs. Mollika Khakhlary -
Amiruzzaman Sheikh -
Sri Umesh Ch. Bhatta --
Sri Nirupada Saha --
Department of Accountancy
Mr. Om Prakash Agarwala --
Mr. Om Prakash Sah --
Mr. Ranjit Dutta --
Mr. Krishna Gopal Ghosh
Department of Management
Mr. B.K.Choudhury
Mr. P.C.Kalita
Ms Kushum Choudhury
Department of Commerce
Miss Nenglamhoi Hengna 7896421335
Mr. Om Prakash Agarwala
Mr. Mujhar Ali
Mr. Bimal Kr. Choudhury
Mr. Phatik Ch. Kalita
Mr. Om Prakash Sah
Mr. Mrs. Manika Madhi
Mr. Ranjit Dutta
Mr. Krishna Gopal Ghosh
Ms Kushum Choudhury
Department of Mathematics
Mr. Sumit Kumar Chakraborty 9707380923
Amal Ch. Choudhary
Mallika Bhattacharjee
Ajoy Roy
Department of Political Science
Mr.Amzad Hussain
Mr, Harendra Chandra Chakraborty
Mr. Bhabani Prasad Sharma
Mr. Manish Prasad
Mr.Debasish Nath
Mr. Nil Kamal Narzary
Mr. Biju Boro
Department of Philosophy
Mrs. Karabi Saikia 03664 224103
Mr. Banajit Sharma 09864925315
Mrs. Rita Goswami 09435973494
Mr. Nitu Das --
Department of Bangali
DR Sibani Bhattacharjee
Miss Mithu Das
Mr Subrata Roy
Department of Assamese
Dr. Chandana Das 9954165023
Smt Tarulata Bhagawati
Dr. Jaba Thakuria
Mrs.Hirumoni Kalita
Department of Education
Dr. Rupanjali Devi.
Mrs. Arpana Dihingia.
Mr. Bijoy Boro.
Miss Sonia Hussain.
Mr. Gitartha Saikia.
*Mr. Dipu Roy,
Department of Economics
Mr. Mrinmoy Bhattacharjee 9954165023
JHUMA MISHRA 8822787239
Mrs. PARIJAT DHAR 8822145331
Dr. Tarun Kumar Bahadur
Smt. Rupa Das Baruah
Mr. Pradip Kumar Goswami
Mr. Rohin Chandra Das
Mr. Rajeev Bora
Department of BBA
A.C. Choudhury
Rupanjali Devi
Manika Medhi
OP Sah
Mrs. Nilpari Saikia