Strategic Plan

• Curriculum Development: The college has no autonomous power to develop or change the curriculum in the undergraduate level. It is designed by the parent university i.e. Dibrugarh. The University authority forms an academic council in a democratic system in which a few teachers of different colleges under this university can become members. The members of the council give valuable suggestions regarding the change or redesign of curriculum for the greater interest of students’ community. The curriculum of H. S. level is completely designed by the state council.

• Teaching and learning: For smooth functioning of the academic activities of the college, the Parent University prepares an Academic Calendar in each of the academic session. The college under the Parent University follows this academic calendar. However, for convenience, the college also prepares an academic schedule based on the academic scheduled prepared by the parent university so that other activities with the scheduled academic activities can be completed within the time period. The academic matters are discussed regularly in meeting. The principal take initiative in all the academic matters. The HODs take a great role in allotment of classes, courses and other activities of the department. The departmental seminars, group discussions, workshops, internal examinations etc are conducted regularly. Regarding course completion of every department is looked after by the Semester monitoring committee. Students’ feedback reports are taken and evaluate the same by the Teaching - Learning and evaluation cell of IQAC of the college. Necessary suggestions and measures are given to the students for their better improvement.

• Examination and Evaluation: are two types of examination conducted by the college - 1. End Semester examination and 2. Sessional or internal examination.The end semester examination is conducted as per the programme prepared by the Parent University following the rules and guidelines of examination. There are two sessional examinations conducted by the college as per the academic calendar prepared by the parent university. To conduct these sessional examinations smoothly, a coordinator is appointed from the teachers of the college. The answer scripts of these examinations are evaluated by the concerned teachers of every department. After evaluating the answer scripts, the obtained marks of the students are hanged on the departmental notice board. All the examinations related records are maintained by the HoDs of every department so as to evaluate the credit points of internal assessment of every student. Special counselling classes are taken for the slow learners as per their need and aspirations. There is also a semester monitoring committee to observe these examinations.

• Research and Development: A research journal is a great academic and intellectual activity of the teachers. The teachers of the college are engaged in publishing their research based articles in UGC care listed journals, Scopus journals, peer reviewed journals having ISSN or ISBN, magazines and other knowledge based books. A few teachers publish text books and knowledge based books. A peer reviewed multidisciplinary research journal named “Academia” having ISSN is published annually by the college. To publish the journal, an editorial board is formed from the teachers of the college. Department-wise seminars are organized on subject related topics. Students are taught how to prepare a seminar paper or a research article by the departmental teachers. Sometimes, students’ seminars are organized inside the college from which students can learn their writing skills of seminar or presenting a seminar paper. Students are also encouraged to participate in different college and university level seminars, workshops and such other events. The teachers especially from the literature department take a good initiative for creative writing for the students in different disciplines.

• Library, ICT, and Physical Infrastructure/ Instrumentation: The library of our college is made up of two rooms. Students and teachers often visit the library in their free periods. The college library has taken a measure in its collection development with a verification stock activity. Earlier an automated activity was started with SOUL 2.0 software. The process is going on and yet to complete it. The Registration for N-List has been reactivated. Some other periodicals have been subscribed apart from the e-resources available through N-List. Books are arranged serially and systematic order on shelves. Students also can avail the facility of book bank to borrow books from the library.

• Human Resource Management: All the strategic approaches are followed for the effective management of the college. Regarding appointment of teachers against the vacant posts, the UGC rules and regulations are strictly followed. Other office assistants are also appointed on the base of skills and from qualified persons. One Bio-Matrix machine and a manual attendance register are used for maintaining regular attendance of all employees. The IQAC coordinator of the college scrutinizes the documents of teachers for API scores before screening by DPC. Regarding all kinds of leaves for all the employees, the UGC guidelines are followed. There is also a registered employees’ cooperative society formed by the teachers and other official staff of the college to provide loans when required by its members.

• Admission of Students: The new admission of students into 1st Semester in undergraduate level is conducted as per the decision of academic committee of the college. The students who passed out in first division in the final examination of H. S. level are directly allowed to take admission in degree level. The applications of remaining students are scrutinized by the academic committee and allowed to take admission as per the norms fixed by the academic committee. An entrance examination is conducted departmentally for the students offering in major subject. However, the meritorious students are allowed to take major as per their own choice. An induction programme and a counselling class are also given to all the newly admitted students before the commencement of regular classes.

• Collaboration with Organisation: college has a policy for the growth and academic development along with other organisations in connection to which the college has signed Memorandum of Understanding for three years with a nearby college i.e. Amguri College in order to exchange various human and other resources.