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          Coordinator monoj k singha
About the College:

Rangia College is the premier institution of higher education on the
north bank of the Brahmaputra in the district of Kamrup. Founded
on August 5, 1963, the college has rendered pioneering services to
the community by catering to the needs of the vast and extensive
area inhabited predominantly by socially and economically
backward segments of the population.

       Rangia is a historically and strategically important place
occupying a prominent position in the history of pre-independent
as well as post independent Assam. Rangia is the nerve center of
trade and commerce in North Kamrup with a sound
communication network. The establishment of the college came
about rather late chiefly because of the economic backwardness of
the surrounding locality. However, the effort of establishing a
college got momentum by the late fifties as a result of untiring and
selfless dedication of a band of enthusiasts under the inspiring
leadership of Late Siddhinath Sarma, a giant among political heavy
weights of the freedom movement who was popularly known as the
Chanakya of Assam politics.

      During the forty years of its existence, the college has made
significant progress in fulfilment of its avowed objective of
imparting higher education in Arts, Science and Commerce to a
substantially large section of students belonging to socially and
economically backward groups of the area. The scenic and
picturesquely sylvan atmosphere of the site added glow and glory to
the institution in as much as it inspired a rare sense of urgency in
the college community as a whole. This resulted in a devoted
approach towards building the institution and the college was
brought under deficit system of grants-in-aid in September 1969 in
just six years time, which in itself is a record.
      Since its inception, the college has maintained a steady
growth. The Science stream was introduced in 1985 and was
brought under Govt. deficit grants-in-aid in 1992. It is pertinent to
mention here that the “Siddhinath Sarma Vigyan Bhavan” where
the science faculty is located was named after the legendary
freedom fighter and the chief architect of the college and the
Bhavan was formally declared open by the then Chief Minister of
Assam, late Hiteswar Saikia. Meanwhile, the college completed
twenty-five years of its existence in August 1988, and the Silver
Jubilee celebrations were organized in January, 1989 with great

     With the introduction of the commerce stream in 1996,
Rangia College is now a full-fledged three-stream college with lots of
promises to be fulfilled in the years to come.

      The history of forty years of Rangia College is a tale of
vicissitudes of multitudes. In the initial years of its establishment,
the college had to grow bit by bit in view of absence of outstanding
donors. Whatever shape and form the college could achieve at the
beginning was all due to humble contributions made by public in
general. It is worthwhile to mention that the destiny of the college
was guided at that crucial period by none other than Sri Birendra
Nath Bordoloi, the illustrious son of the illustrious father, the
Bharat Ratna Late Gopinath Bordoloi, the first Chief Minister of
post independent Assam. Under his stewardship as principal for
long 17 years, the college made noteworthy progress both in terms
of physical development and academic achievements.

      We are aware that the problems of and the challenges before
higher educational institutes like ours are many and varied. We
have a firm determination to cope up to these manfully
notwithstanding the constraints-infrastructural and environmental.
We have a vision of turning this institution of semi- urban base
into a centre of excellence in a decade‟s time by elevating its
academic status through introduction of career- oriented courses
and also opening PG courses in select subjects. We also look
forward to augmenting its infrastuctural base with amenities like
an Auditorium, a mini sports complex and hostel accommodation
for boys and girls.


Mission of the College :

Rangia College solemnly pledges to relentlessly pursue the Mission
of “Transmission of knowledge, wisdom, skill and competence
 from one generation to another.

Vision of the College :
We have a vision of building the college as a centre of academic
excellence within the next ten years time.

Goals and objectives : The college has been established with the
following goals and objectives :

*To give the educational facilities to the young generation
particularly belonging to the socially and economically backward
communities of the entire North Kamrup area.

*To impart education to the students of Arts, Science and
Commerce faculties with the purpose of making them capable
resourceful citizens.

*To impart education in vocational subjects.

*To introduce new subjects and courses to keep pace with the
changing situations.

 *To provide exclusive facilities to the students for their physical
intellectual and cultural development.

*To create a healthy academic atmosphere in the locality.

*To produce quality students equipped with moral, spiritual,
aesthetic values to face the challenges of life.

*To create a pragmatic approach in the minds of the students the
socio-economic realities of life.

*To take such other academic programmes as may be deemed
necessary from time to time.

IQAC of Rangia College:

       In pursuance of the National Assessment and Accreditation
Council, Bangalore, for quality up gradation of institution of higher
education, NAAC proposes that all accredited colleges establish an
Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), which will work towards
realizing the goals of quality enhancement and sustenance. The
prime task of the IQAC is to develop a system of conscious,
consistent and catalytic improvement in the performance of the
institution. The IQAC will make a significant and meaning full
contribution in the post accredited phase of the institution.

The basic objectives of the IQAC are:

a) A steady sustainable improvement in the entire operations of the

b) Accountability of the institution for its own quality and probity.

c) To unify the different dimension of higher education in one platform. namely,
students, parents and society in general-of the, teachers & staff, funding agencies
(Govt. & NGO)

Objectives of the IQAC, Rangia College.(from 2005-08)

1)The importance of participatory work power and own feeling towards
the institution is first to develop among the staff members of the college.
Therefore the involvement of an individual in planning for the college is a
kind of motivation. IQAC distributed the administrative and management
work through committees under a programme coordinator.

2) At least one member of the IQAC is involved with any of the planning
of the committees so that IQAC is aware of the development and sit for
the final decision.

3) For academic up gradation of the teaching and non teaching staff
IQAC cooperate and help the authority if any case of a problem arises.

4) For financial management IQAC suggest for the computerization of the
transaction so that the manual work is reduced.

5) IQAC feels that to keep touch with the stake holders there is a need of
a better respond system.

6) IQAC feels that the departmental heads are supposed to play pivotal
rule for daily activities.

7) IQAC took the responsibility to monitor the system as a whole.
Base on self appraisal of teachers and students feed back the
rectification will be done if necessary.

8) IQAC proposed for the on line excess of the academic,
Administrative and financial information.
9) IQAC proposed for a database of the input students and staff of
the college.

10) IQAC is for the extension of the academic activities through
vocational and non conventional options.

11) IQAC proposed for financial aids from UGC, State Govt,
DST,FIST or any other through need base project proposal.

12) Institutionalized the institution towards the mission of the
college is the vision of the IQAC.

Action of IQAC, Reaction toward growth:
1)The work load is distributed through a number committee. Number of
efficient and responsible teachers are involved with the college activities
other than regular work load.
2)The importance of the role of IQAC is gradually accepted. Every activity
is a part of IQAC for the growth of the college is well under stood.
3)Most of the teachers are aware of their academic activities. Three
teachers awarded for the FIP under XI plan is the result of group
4) Account section is computerized. One computer with an operator is to
start with. Rangia College library use SOUL soft ware for the
computerization of the library system. In the year 2008 Network version
of the SOUL will be introduced for the networking of the library works.
5) IQAC proposed to introduce photo data card to track the student from
the session 2008-09. So that in future college could keep touch the
student as alumni of the college.
6) IQAC develops a system which execute from the next session. The flow
chart of the system is enclosed in annexure-I
7) IQAC develop a teachers appraisal format for teacher and a feed back
form for the student. The feed back system have been introduced since
8) The web side of the college is launched on 21 May 2007 with 25 MB of
space under the domain registration The e-mail
ID of the college is
9) Preparation of the data base is started step wise with the teachers. For
the major students of the science stream the process will start from the
session 2008-09.
10) Rangia College is one of the thirty colleges who is the partner
institute of IGNOU convergence programme of IGNOU, New Delhi. Six
certificate and one degree courses are introduced. The first beach of the
students will start the classes from July 2008.
11) IQAC submitted project to the DST for grant -under “NER package
support to under graduate colleges‟‟. Fifty lakhs of rupees has been
sanctioned (letter no.SR?FST/SR/FST/NERC-033/2008 dated 25th
March 2008.). The requirement for the 1st installment has been
submitted to the DST on 24 May 2008.
12) Micro level planning for the growth of the Rangia College is
necessary. Together with the Principal, IQAC is working for the
Institution. The mission of the college will role over generation to

The composition of the IQAC of Rangia College are as follows (2007-
2008):(Subject to G.B Approval)

    1.    Chairperson: Mr. Amarendra kr.Sarma, Principal
    2.    Dr. P. Ashok Babu, SDO, Rangia Sub division
    3.    Mr. Ananda Dev Goswami, Educationist
    4.    Dr. Samedur Rahman, G.B. Member
    5.    Dr. A. Rezzaque, Department of Economics
    6.    Mr. Daksheswar Deka, Department of Sanskrit
    7.    Mr. Bhupendra Nath Sharma, Department of Philosophy
    8.    Dr. Pradip Chandra Deka, Department of Physics
    9.    Dr. Hitesh Barman, Lecturer, Department of Chemistry
    10.   Dr. Pradip Thakuria, Department of Zoology
    11.   Mrs. Gitimoni Deka Department of Chemistry
    12.   Dr. Phukan Basumatary, Department of Bodo
    13.   Mr. Monoj kr. Singha, (Co-ordinator), Department of Physics
    14.   Mr. Dinesh Lahkar Department of Economics
    15.   Dr. Snigdha Sarkar, Department of Botany
    16.   Mrs.Kamala Barman, Department of Geography
    17.   Dr. Ibrahim Ali, Department of Arabic
    18.   Mr. Saragapani Saikia, Department of Botany
    19.   Dr. Hemendra Sarmah, Department of Mathematics
    20.   Mr. Jogendra Prasad Sharma, Accountant


1.B Introduce Self sustainable Courses :
  A) 1.“Yoga Pravesh Course” 2. Yoga Advance under Self
     Empowerment Centre(SEC)
  B) Certificate course in computer application. I)Diploma in
      Computer Application ii)DTP iii)Tally undertaken by
      Computer Education Cell(CEC)
   C) Certificate Course in spoken English. Department of
      English Under takes the management.

IGNOU Programmes
      Rangia College has been selected as one of the partner
   institute under convergence scheme of the IGNOU National
   school. The course will initially by IGNOU, Delhi for three years.
   The code for Rangia College is RCR 7854. Dr. Hitesh Barman is
   the coordinator, Rangia College IGNOU centre.( e-mail:              One degree(3 years) and six
   certificate(6 months) courses have been selected for IGNOU
   programme this year. The session will be on July and January.
   The first batch will start from July 2008. The courses are
   1) Degree in social work.
   2) Certificate in Laboratory technique.
   3) Certificate in Human rights
   4) Certificate in Computing
   5) Certificate in English teachings.
   6) Certificate in Business skill
   7) Certificate in environmental studies.
2.B. Curricular Aspects
        Rangia College offers a wide range of programmes under three
faculties – Arts, Science and Commerce. The offered programmes include
22 subjects at UG level with 17 of them offering Major courses. While
students enrolled in a program are not entitled to enjoy flexibility in
respect of time frame and non-core options, elective options are available
and horizontal mobility within and across a discipline is allowed to a
limited extent depending upon the satisfaction of the authorities
        With the thrust area of the college curriculum as designed by the
Gauhati University mainly centered on generation and transmission of
knowledge, the onus of fulfilling the social responsibility like creating
general awareness on the problems of illiteracy, health and hygiene etc.
is left to the extension education activities of the college.
         The college strictly adheres to the curriculum designed and
modeled for different courses under GU, and is fully aware of the
methodology adopted in preparing the courses. A Self-financing course
has been introduced in general for Computer literacy programme and
Yoga and Meditation self-financing programme has also been introduced.
Further, the college has endeavored to sign MOU with NGOs for
exchange of socio-economic and cultural programmes. With the majority
of the students of the college having a very weak socio-economic fabric, it
is felt that students by and large would have been more benefited
through a series of vocational training in the nature of IGP programmes.
With this end in view the college initiated a number of activities
(Seminar, training camp) in this direction last year

3.B. Inter Disciplinary Programmes Started
i)Seminar organized by different departments with inter disciplinary
Resource person.
ii) Interdisciplinary lectures are given in few departments but it is not a
general practice.

4.B.Examination reform:
       In consultation with the IQAC the examination committee
switch over to unit test examination system from two examination
(Half and Yearly) examination system. In 2005-06 the department
were asked to conduct unit test in their respective departments.
Initially four unit test for one session was suggested. The progress
report was asked to submit to the examination committee. The
reform was not as per expectation. The drawbacks of the system
reviewed as the leak of common examination time schedule and
examination environment.
       To over come the drawback unit test were brought under
Examination committee. The time table of the unit tests were
scheduled and included in the academic calendar. The tests were
conducted as per rule and regulation of the final examination
system. Thus the unit test got the proper weight age. In the
evaluation processes the result is divided into two group i) Advance(
< 60%) ii) average group (> 60%). Then the process will follow as
per flow chart as shown in annexure –I. IQAC is planning for grade
system instead of mark system from the session 2008-09.

5.B. Candidates Qualified for Ph. D
Seven Teachers of the College received Degree of Philosophy (Ph.D) from
Gauhati and NEHU University during 2005-07. {vide list}

6.B.Seminars at the College:
1)UGC sponsored National Seminar on “ Environment and
sustainable development”
On 10-11 September 2005, Rangia College organized the seminar.
Twenty seminar papers had been presented.
2) Seminar on “Vitamin A deficiency in Children: cause & Remedies”
under Indo-US exchange programme.
IQAC in collaboration with Department of Chemistry, GU, organized the
seminar on the above topic in the college premises on 28th November
2005. The resource person was Dr. A B Barua, a vitamin specialist
from IOWA State University, Ames USA had delivered his speech on
the topic. A good interaction with the students made the RP motivated
and requests the students to kept contact through internet.

3) All Assam Likhika Samahor samiti in collaboration with Rangia
College organized the 21th biennial conference at Rangia College
premises on 6-8 January 2006.

4) National Seminar on “ Challenging frontiers in Applied Zoology”
In context to the Annual conference of Zoological Society of Assam(ZSA)
organized a National seminar in collaboration with the Department of
Zoology ,Rangia Collegeon 25th -26th August 2006. Sri Narayan Ch.
Barkataky, MP, Mangaldoi Parliamentary Constituency was the Chief
guest in the valedictory function.The proceedings of the seminar was
published by ZSA. Dr. Pradip Thakuria and Dr.. Prem Kishan Sigh were
the editors of that issue.

5) Seminar on “Posibility of Rural Socio- Economic Development of
Assam and North east through a comercialised plantation and
cultivation of medical and aromatic Plants. A motivational impetus
to the rural youth” This seminar was organized by the department of
Botany in collaboration with Kamrup Agroplant Multi-Purpose Society of
Rangia on 29th November 2006. the seminar was inaugurated by the
Hon‟ble Smt Pramila Rani Bhahma, Minister Agriculture & WPT & BC
Assam. Other personalities of the seminar were Mr. thaneswar Boro, Ex-
education minister, Govt. of Assam and Mr. Adit Phukan, noted
Jurnalist, Pratidin, a daily news paper.

6)Seminar on “Attracting students/ teachers to utilize college
library resources and services with special reference to Assam”
The biennial conference of All Assam College Librarian Association
(ACLA)was held at Rangia college premises on 20,21 and 22 December
2006. On the occasion a seminar on the above subject was held.
Thirteen seminar paper were presented. Seventy four delegate s from the
various corner of Assam participated in the conference. Prof Naren
Lahkar, GU, HOD, library & Information Science and Dr. Alok
Boragohain were the directors of the technical sessions. The open
session of the final day was grace by Hon‟ ble Bhubeneswar Kalita,
President GB, Rangia College, Hon‟ ble Revenue minister Dr. Bhumidhar
Barman and Mrs Mridula Saharia, Chairperson, State Women
Commission addressed the meeting.
7)Seminar on Solid Waste Management. A National Environmental
Awareness Campaign

For the awareness of present environmental issues a seminar was
organized at the college premise on 31st August 2007 with the financial
assistance of Assam Science Society, Guwahati and under the National
Environmental Awareness Campaign (NEAC). In the seminar Dr.
Barindra Kumar Sarma, Professor, GU, Department of Physics,
President Assam Science Society, an environmentalist of the northeast
India delivered an illuminating lecture on the solid waste management.
Dr. Sarma stressed specially on the management of environmental
degradation in the present day context. Dr. Hitesh Barman, Lecturer in
Chemistry of Rangia College also talked on the topic and gave some tips
of solid waste management i.e. recycling process. In this connection an
essay competition was also held among the students.

8) Seminar on “Importance of Blood donation. Do’s and Don’ts

The Bharat Scouts& Guides and the Heaith Care Unit of the college
organized a blood donation camp on September 21st 2007 at the college
campus in association with the NCC, NSS, IQAC and Students‟ Union of
the college. A team of eight members under the supervision of the
Director of the State of Art model Blood bank, Guwahati Medical
College Hospital Dr. Umesh Datta visited the camp in order to execute
the professional jobs of drawing blood and its proper storage as a
voluntary contribution to the reputed blood bank. Before commencement
of the camp Dr. Dutta spoke a few words on the fidelity to the cause of
needy patient as a life saving service along with benefits to the donor that
triggers the blood renewal process without any harm to the body in a
blood donation event. The principal including a couple of teachers, a
huge number of students and office staff attended the awareness
programme. A group of thirty-nine (39) students and two (2) teachers
donated blood @ 350ml. Thus donated 14.350litre blood to the esteemed
blood bank.

9) Seminar on “Quality Education” Cum Meeting of the Rangia
College Employees’ Co-operative Thrift and Credit Society Ltd

Rangia College Employees‟ Co-operative Thrift and Credit Society Ltd.
has proposed to introduce from this year an annual program of Popular
Talk under the welfare scheme of the society. The Inaugural program of
the was held on 18th November 2007. Hon’ble Vice-chancellor of
Gauhati University Dr. Amarjyoti Choudhury delivered the talk on the
topic of Quality Education
10) Seminar on “Technical Literature and Observation-with special
reference to Vastu”
The department of Sanskrite, Rangia College organized the seminar on
10 December 2007. Dr. Sudeshna Bhattachayya, GU was the resource
person of the seminar. Mr. Dekheswar Deka, HOD, Department of
Sanskrit delivered his usual illuminating talk. Nine paper on the subject
had been presented by the students of the major level.

11)Seminar on “Entrepreneurship awareness on household plastic
manufacturing and marketing”
National Technology Day-2007 was observed at Rangia College On 19th
December 2007. IQAC in collaboration with CIPET and Assam science
Communication Forum organized a day long seminar on the subject.

12. Organized Workshop on Food Processing & Preservation

    A two day training programme on Food Processing & Preservation was
organized by Women Studies Research Cell, Rangia College in
collaboration with Gram Swaraj Parishad, Rangia held at Gram Swaraj
Parishad, Rangia on 29th-30th January, 2008.Sri Amarendra Kr. Sarma,
Principal i /c, Rangia College inaugurated the workshop with an
illuminating talk.

13) Popular Talks

The department of Botany organized two popular talks during the period
from July-October, 2007. Sri Pranabananda Bhattacharyya M. Sc an
alumnus of the department delivered the first talk on the topic
Biotechnology- its scope and application held on 27th July 2007. It is
worth mentioning that the talk was mean for the advanced learners of
the department. The talk was very illuminating and informative. Mr.
Bhattacharyya is presently a research scholar, Dept of Botany, GU.
Monoj Kr. Singha, Lecturer in Physics delivered the second lecture on the
topic Teachers day and Literacy day held in the department on 10th
Sept 2007. Mr. Singha spoke about the topic Literacy with up-to-date
information and highlighted some important points at international level.
The talk was very interesting and popular to students and teachers.
Mamata Lahkar, lecturer in Chemistry also delivered a lecture on the
topic Positive thinking & cosmic energy and teacher-student
relationship. All the teachers and students were looked very happy after
hearing the talk.

10)Departmental Seminar
The department of Botany , Physics, Zoology, Sanskrit organized a series
seminars for the advanced learners during July- November 2007-08.
Day observed:

1)Wild life Day observed
On the occasion of the Wild life day a daylong program was organized by
OCEAN in the college premises in association with the modern school,
Rangia. A group of students of the school demonstrated a street play on
the subject of Environmental preservation. A plantation of NEEM tree
was also accompanying representing a good relation with Man and tree.
Studies carried out by the Faculty Members of the College on different
issues of social importance, specifically related with the women in the
villages, encompassing Rangia College
2) World Literacy Day observed(8 september)
With the joint endeavor of IQAC, Scouts & Guides and Women‟s Studies
and Research Cell of the college observed World Literacy Day on 8th
September 2007 to aware the importance of literacy among the people.
To make success the view a popular meeting was organized at
Bongshidhar Bodo Medium High School. Students and teachers of the
school were present in the meeting. The Headmaster of the school
presided over the meeting where Sri Manoj Kr. Singha and Dr. Nirupama
Sarma talked about the importance of literacy.

3) Bharat Scouts & Guides, Rangia College Unit observed foundation
The Bharat Scouts &Guides observed foundation day cum Investiture
Ceremony of B.S & G under the Guidance and supervision of Ranger and
Rover leader on 2007. Hon‟ ble Principal A. K. Sarma as chairperson and
Sri Manoj Kr Singha, Lecturer in Physics attended the open meeting as
appointed speaker with their illuminating lecture. Sri Singha highlighted
the importance of the Scout & Guide movement to inculcate moral
responsibility among the youths. Teachers and students of the college
attended the function.

4) AIDS day: IQAC and Women‟s studies and Research Cell organized he
AIDS day on 1 December 2007 at the college premises. In general the
students were found aware of AIDS and know the importance of the day.
Aids day was observed in the year 2008 in collaboration with the
NESPYM, a Guwahati base NGO. Dr. Siranjib Kakoty,Director, NESPYM,
apprised about the deadly scourge and also speeches were made
regarding the awareness and precautions of the disease.

5)Teachers day(5 September) Department of Philosophy and
Commerce stream organized the celebration of Teachers Day in a very
impressive way. Few cultural items and a Cake made the programme all
the difference.
6) International Women's Day Observed:

  International Women's Day was observed at 20 Bongaon LP School
premises under the aegis of Women's Studies Research Cell, Rangia
College with a day-long programme on 8th March, 2007.
        A meeting on the occasion was attended by teachers of Rangia
College, besides a large section of women of Bongaon, Baghbari and
Sahan. Presided over by the convenor of the body Dr Rina Barman, she
remarked that despite a large section of women getting themselves placed
at suitable positions in different fields, still the threat to women in
various walks of life was prevalent in the society.
       Speaking on the occasion Monoj Singha, one of the resource
persons highlighted the need for right to information and related
knowledge of the Act to be known by the people, especially the fair sex.
Advocate Dipali Barua, being present as the other resource person
highlighted the role of mother in shaping a stable and secure society.
Continuing, she added," we also need to know about Domestic violence
Act for curbing atrocities against women". Sri Dakheswar Deka, HoD,
Dept of Sanskrit, mentioned in his speech that mother is the first 'Guru'
of a child. So, there should be an equal status of both women and men.
Mrs Lakshi Lahkar, dept of Education, also spoke on the occasion.
    Later, a computer set was donated by 'Nascent', an NGO to the study
circle coinciding with the occasion.

7.B.Research activities: a) list of the faculty members with Ph.D

Name                    Progra            Title of the Work Universi    Yr. of
                        mme                                  ty         Award
1.Dr. Afzal    Ahmed              Kamil Kilani His Life and d
                        Ph.D.                                           1984
(Ret VP)                          Works                      Universi
2.Dr. Snigdha Sarkar    Ph. D.    Studies on Herbaceous Gauhati         1995
                                  plants of Karbi-Anglong Universi
                                  District of Assam with ty
                                  reference to Taxonomy
                                  and economic utilization.
3.Dr. Gautam Kumar Ph. D          Aspects     of    National Gauhati    1996
Sarkar                            Movement in the Surama Universi
                                  Valley, 1905-47.           ty
4.Dr. Abdur Rezzaque Ph. D.     Demand for Domestic             NEHU       1997
                                Fuel Consumption: A
                                case Study of Rangia
5.Dr.Brajendra         Ph. D.   Impact of Urban Centre          Gauhati    2002
Saikia                          on Rural Economy in             Universi
                                Assam                           ty
6.Dr. Rina Barman      Ph. D    Investigations     on     the   Gauhati    2002
                                infrared     and     Raman      Universi
                                spectra of some N-              ty
7.Dr.Hitesh Barman     Ph. D.   Quality of water in rural       Gauhati    2003
                                Assam: A case study with        Universi
                                respect      to      Nalbari    ty
8.Dr Ibrahim Ali       Ph. D.   Perso-Arab relation with        Gauhati    2003
                                Assam and their Impact          Universi
                                on Assamese language.           ty
9.Dr.Prem       Kishan Ph.D     Cost     effectiveness     of   Gauhati    2003
Singh                           fishing gears used in the       Universi
                                beel fisheries.                 ty
10.Dr.Nirupama         Ph.D     An appraisal of Non-            Gauhati    2005
Sarma                           formal            education     Universi
                                programme in Assam              ty
                                with special reference to
                                Kamrup District
11.Dr.Hemendra         Ph.D     Theoretical studies on          Gauhati    2005
Sarma                           the flow of visco elastic       Universi
                                fluids                          ty
12.Dr.Pradip       Ch. Ph.D     Estimation      of    Indoor    Gauhati    2005
Deka                            Radon         Levels       in   Universi
                                Brahmaputra Valley of           ty
13.Dr.Pradip           Ph.D     Bio–diversity            and    NEHU       2006
Thakuria                        synecology        of     zoo
                                plankton in flood plain
                                lakes of lower Assam (NE
14.Dr. Phukan          Ph.D     A study in cultural and         Gauhati    2006
Basumatary                      linguistic affinities of the    Universi
                                Boros and Rabhas of             ty
15.Dr. Abdur Razzak    Ph.D     Antitumor activity of           Gauhati    2006
                                copper complex BRH2 on          Universi
                                Dalton‟s Lymphoma               ty
16.Dr.Dipali Devi      Ph.D      The Social Novels of Mulk Gauhati   2007
                                 Raj Anand: A critical Universi
                                 study                     ty

b) List of faculty members avail FIP

                              During IX Plan

*During IX plan period six teaches avail FIP and successfully
completed their Ph.D/M.Phil degree. 1) Dr. Pradip Deka(Physics) 2)
Dr. Pradip Thakuria(Zoology)3) Dr.Nirupama Sarma(Education 4) Dr.
Dipali Devi (English)5) Dr.Hitesh Barman(Chemistry.6) Mrs.Rita

                                 During X Plan

Name           Prog.   Title of the Work University   Registration       Duration
Sri   Debraj Ph.D      Forest resources North East F.5-                  2 Years
Sarma                  utilization      in Hill       56/TF/2003(NE      Ext-
                       Kamrup district, University    RO)/3813
                       Assam: A study of
                       forest Department
                       villages in NEHU,
Sri Paritosh Ph.D      Studies on some Gauhati        F.5-
Das                    fuzzy real valued University   56/TF/2003(NE      2 years
                       sequence spaces                RO)/1920
                       and density of                 Thesis
                       subsets of natural             submitted
Sri  Apurba Ph.D       A study of Prawns Gauhati      F-5-
Goswami                of Assam and University        56/TF/2003(NE      2 years
                       their fisheries                RO,1920.           Ext
Sri Mahendra Ph.D      Thermophysical      Gauhati    F-5-
Kalita                 Crystallography     University 56/TF/2003(NE      2 years
                       and                            RO)/1920     dt.
                       Chromatography                 29 July 2004.
                       Properties       of
                       Some         potent             Thesis
                       Medicinal     Plant            submitted
                         readily available
                         in N.E. India.
                                      During XI Plan
Sri Bhaben      Ph.D                        Gauhati        F.5-             2 years
Ch Lahkar                                   university    55/TF/200(NER
                                                          Dt 25th april
Sri             Ph.D                         Gauhati       F.5-             2 years
Sarangapani                                  University   55/TF/200(NER
saikia                                                    O/43
                                                          Dt 25th april
Sri Monoj Kr    Ph.D     Analysis,           Gauhati       F.5-             2 years
siongha                  synthesis and       University   55/TF/200(NER
                         recognition od                   O/43
                         Bodo and Rabha                   Dt 25th april
                         phonemes with                    2008
                         special reference
                         of other
                         languages of NE

b)Minor Research Project completed/ running

Name of Teacher      Departmen Title of the project            Sanctioning
                     t                                         letter  No    &
1.Dr. Gautam Kr         History    Aspects    of    National   F-6-5    (1)/92
Sarkar                             Movement in the Surama      (MRP)
                                   Valley, 1905-47.            Dated:. 26 Dec
2.Dr.      Snigdha      Botany     Studies on Herbaceous       F-4-17/92 (Sr-
Sarkar                             plants of Karbianglong      2)
                                   District of Assam with      Dated: 3 May
                                   reference to Taxonomy       1993
                                   and economic utilization.
3.Dr.        Abdur     Economics   Demand of Electricity in F           25-
Rezzaque                           Assam      with   special 58/88(HR)
                                   reference to Urban Areas. Dated: 25 April
4.Dr.    Brajendra     Economics   Impact of Urban Centre F 5-336/98
Saikia                             on Rural Economy in (MRP/NER)
                                   Assam                     Dated: 29 May
5.Dr.          Rina    Physics    Investigations     on     the   F      5-17/95
Barman                            infrared    and      Raman      (MRP/NER)
                                  spectra of some N-              Dated: 8 Feb
                                  heterocyclic                    1996
6.Sri Pradip    Ch.    Physics    Estimation      of    Radon     F      5-98/97
Deka                              concentration              in   (MRP/NER)
                                  dwellings in some areas         Dated:
                                  of Brahmaputra valley of        31/12/1997
7.Dr. Ibrahim Ali      Arabic     Perso-Arab         Relations    F-5-74/97
                                  with Assam and their            (MRP/NER)
                                  impact     on     Assamese      Dated: 31 Oct
                                  Language.                       1997
8.Dr.        Hitesh   Chemistry   Quality of drinking water       F-5-55/98
Barman                            in     Nalbari      District,   (MRP/NER)
                                  Assam, with reference to        Dated:       21
                                  health related parameter.       March 1998
9.Mr.      Mahendra    Physics    An      investigation      of   F-5-63/99-2000
Kalita                            thermo-physical          and    (MRP/NER)
                                  crystallographic                Dated:24 April
                                  properties      of     some     2000
                                  medicinal plant leaves
                                  readily available in N.E.
10.Mr.   Phukan         Boro      Linguistic affinities of the    24/99/2000
Ch. Basumatary                    Boros and Rabhas of             (MRP/NER)
11.Syed.      Abdur    Zoology    Antitumor            F-5-26/2000-01
                                                 Activity    of
Razzak                            Copper Complex BRH2  (MRP/NER)
                                  On Dalton‟s Lymphoma Dated: 17 Jan.
12. Mr. Hemendra Mathematic Theoretic Studies on the F-5-8/2001-02
Sarma                s      Flow of Visco – elastic (MRP/NER)
                            Non – Newtonian fluid
13.Mrs   Gitimoni Chemistry Impact of Textile mil F-5-21/2005-06
Deka                        effluent on solid and (MRP/NERO/15
                            water quality: A case 40),
                            study at Rangia.           2005
14.Dr.    Snigdha  Botany   Studies on the Floristic & F-5-118/2005-
Sarkar                      Ecological diversity of 06
                            some less known wild (MRP/NERO)/1
 (2nd)                      plants    with     special 644
                            reference    to     Ethno Dated: 22 Oct
                            botany of Bodo Kachari 2005
                            people of Rangia Sub
                               division, Kamrup, Assam

15.Mr.Monoj    K           “Development of
                     Physics                             F.5-33/2005-06
Singha                     Agriculture in old            (MRP/NERO/15
                           Kamrup district               52 Dated: 19
                           comprising Nalbari,           Oct 2005
                           Barpeta and Present
                           Kamrup district.
16.Mr. Hemendra Mathematic Studies   of     the flow     F-5-84/2005-06
Sarma (2nd)     s          behaviour     of    waltexs   (MRP/NERO)/1
                           liquid (Model B)              610
                                                         Dated: 22 Oct
*17.Dr. Brajendra Economics Microfinance         through 5-164/2006-
Saikia (2nd)                 SHG,The       SHG      Bank 07(MRP/NERO)
                             linkage in Assam: A case /5350, Dt. 28
                             study of Kamrup District March 07
*18. Mr Paritosh  Mathematic Studies on p-absolutely     F.5-54/2007-
Ch.Das                s      summable and                08(MRP/NERO)
                             statistically convergent    /6198 dt
                             sequences of fuzzy real     31/03/08
*19. Dr. Gautam    History    Development of Primary      F.5-149/2007-
Kumar Sarkar                 education among the Hill 08(MRP/NERO)
                             tribes of North cacher      /6496dt
 (2nd)                       Hill district of Assam      31/03/08
                             since Independence.
* On going MRP
8.B) New collaborative research programme

      List of Lecturers who Act as Ph.D & M.Phill Guideship

   Name of teacher    Department    Institute              Guide ship
   1.Dr.Prem       K Zoology        Periyer Institute of   Ph.d-1&
   Singh                            Distance Education
                                    (PRIDE), Periyer       M.phill -1
                                    University Tamil
   2.Dr Pradip Ch. Physics          Periyer Institute of   M.phill
   Deka                             Distance Education     guideship-1
                           University      Tamil
3.Dr.    Singdha Botany    Periyer Institute of    M.phill
Sarkar                     Distance Education      guideship-1
                           University      Tamil
4.Dr. Hamendra Mathematics Periyer Institute of    M.phill
Sarma                      Distance Education      guideship
                           University      Tamil
5.Dr. Brajendra Economics  Periyer Institute of    M.phill
Kr. Saikia                 Distance Education      guideship
                           University      Tamil
6.Dr. Abdur      Economics Periyer Institute of    M.phill
Rezaque                    Distance Education      guideship
                           University Tamil

9.B.Research grant received

Session       Funding         subject           Amount
2005-06       UGC             MRP               1,89,000.00
              UGC             Salary         of 3,17,062.00
2006-07       UGC             MRP                 20,000.00
                              Salary         of 2,40,000.00
                              T.F Grant           60,000.00
2007-08       UGC             MRP                 85,000.00
10.B.Internal resource generated

      Session         Head        No. of student           Amount
                 Self Empowerment 32                           3200.00
                 Computer             i) Major stud           10,666.00
                 education Cell       (40)
       2007-08                        ii) DTP (7)
                                      iii)   Certificate
                 Spoken English       42                      16,000.00
                 Photo copy           1Rs/copy                 1,500.00
                 Internet             10Rs/hour                 500.00

11.B.Details of departments getting DST-FIST assistance the “NER
package support to under graduate colleges‟‟.

Executive Summary
Submission of proposal for the 1st installment of DST Grant for the
development of Science faculty, Rangia College, Rangia, Kamrup, Assam,

1) Mandatory Requirement

   Sl               Subject                                Remark
  1   NAAC accreditation                         Accredited on 23-24
                                                 September 2004.

  2      NAAC Grade                              B++
  3         a) No. Of Ph.D holder in the         7
               Science Stream                    2
            b) Submitted Ph.D Thesis
  4      a)Year of opening the Science Stream    1985
         b) Brought under Deficit- Grants- in-   14-07-1992
         Aid system
  5      No. of permanent faculty member per     4
         department (Science Stream)
6   DST-FIST project sanction for the        Botany, Chemistry,
    departments                              Geography, Physics,
                                             Mathematics, Zoology
7   Total financial assistance proposed to
    DST in 5 years                           50,000,00.00

8   Total financial assistance sanctioned
    in 1st installment                       20,000,00.00

9   Date and letter no of the DST sanction
    letter                                   SR/FST/SR/FST/NERC-
                                             Date 25.03.2008

                  (1ST INSTALLMENT):

Sl Areas of Support             Recommended 1st year
no                              Budgets for 5 installment
1   Equipment for teaching      Rs25 Lakhs    Rs10 lakhs
2   For setting up a            Rs5 lakhs          Rs5 lakhs
    computer lab
3   Renovation of teaching      Rs10lakhs          Rs5lakhs

               1st YEAR PROPOSAL

Si  Estimation        Equipments        Renovation          Total
No. of different      Amount (in        Amount (in
    Departments           Rs)               Rs)
1   Botany            1,70,000.00       1,000,00.00    2,41,300.00
2   Chemistry          1,45,000.00      1,000,00.00    2,16,300.00
3   Geography          1,45,000.00      1,000,00.00    2,16,300.00
4   Mathematics          30,000.00           -         2,16,300.00
  5    Physics           3,65,210.00     1,000,00.00      4,65,210.00
  6    Zoology           1,45,000.00     1,000,00.00      2,16,300.00
                        10,000,00.00 5,00,000.00 20,00,000.00

                       Department of Physics
                         (Rangia College)

Estimation for the 1st year:
  Sl      Areas of Support                        1st year
  no                                              installment(Rs)
  1       Equipment for teaching purpose            3,95,210.00
  2       Renovation of teaching lab               1,00,000.00

                          Areas of Support:
  1)Equipment for teaching purpose
 S Name of the equipment         Model        Compan       Tentati   No.
 l                               no.          y            ve cost
 1 LCD projector                 LV7260       Canon        58,500.   1
 A                                                         00
   Lamp type*2.7
 1 Laptop                        DV6704T      HP           44,600.   1
 B Intel Dual core 1.6,Intel U                Pavilion     00
   965 Cipset, 2GB DDR2
   RAM, 250 GB SATA HDD,
   DVD Writer, Win Vista,
   Wire less LAN
 2 Public display panel (LCD LA32R8           SAMSUN       54,000.   1
 A TV), for visual class room                 G            00
  2   DVD Player                  DVD-       Sony        5,990.0   1
  B DVD+RW,MP3,JPEG               NS76H                  0
      HDMI output
  2   Educational DVD related       ---       ---        2,500.0   10
  C to the subject concern.                              0
  3   Refrigerator                RA18       SAMSUN      8,700.0   1
      Capacity;180 liter          QHDR       G           0
  4   Power Generator             EXK2800    HONDA       50,920.   1
      Max op:2400VA(DC),Fuel                             00
      Petrol start, Kerosene
  5   A computer software              ---               25,000.   1
      package for the data base                          00
      of science students.
                                                 Total   250210

1)The changing face of the public address system with modern
amenities( LCD projector) is turn to be          primary need. The
departmental seminar given by the Major students can make best
use of it.
2)Knowledge stored in a hard disk (CD,DVD) with a public display
unit ( TV) may change a conventional class room into a interesting
class room.
3) Refrigerator is a part of few third year Major experiments where
different temperature of different liquid is necessary.
4) The frequent cut down of electricity supplied by the Assam State
Electricity Board is a common fact. A sub urban area like Rangia is
worst hit. Specially during practical examination students have to
face utmost uncertainty. The Generator can make the students
5) Data base of       students and Teachers are important for Past-
Present-Future coordination. To start with department of Physics
will go for the data base for the students of Physics and hope that
other departments will cooperate.

2) Proposal for renovation of teaching laboratory:
Sl Proposed area of           Type         Dimension      Tentative cost
   renovation                            / room           (in Rs)
1   1Electronic lab         Hard         20(L)x 10(B) x   200sq
    (Within the existing    board        7(H) sq ft       ft@100=20,000
2   i)5 Table &             i)Wooden     i)90(w)x44(d)x7 i)5 @2200=
    ii)10 Chair             ii)Plastic   5(h)             11,000
                                         ii)General       ii)10@400=
3   4 Almirah               Steel(God 4(l)x2(b)x6(h)      4no@14,000=
    Electronics(M+G),       raj)                          56,000
4   1 wiring in the         Electrical          -         1no@4000=
      Electric lab                                          4,000
5     Labour Charge(2+1)    Carpente   7 days               7days@350=
                            r                               2,450
6     Labour Charge         Painter    3 days               3 days@350 =
7     Paint                 Wood       5 liters             5lit@300=
                            paint                           1,500

Total                                                       1,00,000.00

1) Students are more interested in digital electronics and
Computer networking. A separate electronic Laboratory will greatly
help the students to grow interest in this field.
2)There is an argent need to update the laboratories as the syllabus
for the Physics practical includes important experiments. The listed
equipments are considered essential.
3)Some of the equipments are costly. The students have to wait
long for equipment due to financial constrain.
4) Sustainable maintenance is a part of a science laboratory. Store
under lock and key is also necessary in some cases. A good
company Almirah (Godraj) is therefore proposed.

                      Department of Geography:
                         (Rangia College)
Estimation for 1 st year:

Sl       Areas of support                         1st year installment
no.                                               (Rs)
1        Equipment for teaching purpose           1,45,000,00
2        Renovation of teaching lab               1,00,000.00

                      Areas of support:

1)Equipment for teaching purpose

Sl   Name of         Model no.            Compa     Tentativ   Num
no   equipment                            ny        e cost     ber
1    Computer &      HP-pavilian-         HP                   1
     UPS             a6125                          31,000.0
2    Printer         Epson c110           HP                   1
3    Scanner         HP scanjet-          HP                   1
                     G4050                          6,000.00
4    G.P.S.          GPS02 ETREX          Garmin               1
                     VISTA                (USA)     30,000.0

5    Weather         -                    Virtual              1(set
     Equipment (set                       make      49,000.0   )
     of                                             0
     ,rainfall and
     wind direction)
6    Digital Camera Cyber-shot            Sony                 1
                     DSC-G1                         10,000.0
7    Inverter        STD                  Tata                 1
                                          Total     145,000.

1. Computer essential for loading GIS software which is expected to
procure. Presently will be used for Demo GIS software which are
available at free of cost to meet the academic curriculum of degree
students. UPS for power backup.
2. Printer to take out print of work done by student at laboratory
for evaluation of academic curriculum related work.
3. Scanner to scan map and photo for loading and application of
4. GPS to demonstrate techniques of acquisition coordinate of any
unknown point for georeference.
5. Weather equipment intended to create data bank for climatic
study and also useful for academic curriculum with primary data
and also for other agencies.
6. Digital camera for photograph is essential mainly for field work
which can be easily loaded in computer for study and record.
7. Inverter is required for power backup for computer work.

    2) Proposal for renovation of teaching laboratory:

Sl Name of the          Category    Company Tentative         Number
no item                                       cost
1  Computer lab         3m* 3.5m    Material   20,000.00      1
                        room        and
                        renovation  labour
2      Lab tools for    Renovation/ Godrej     15,000.00      20
       sitting          replace
3      Lab table for    3m*1.30m    Materials   8000.00       1
       practical        renovation/ and
                        replace     labour
4      Tracing table    Renovation/ Material   27,000.00      6
       (for map work)   replace     and
5      Drawyer for      do          do          7,500.00      2
       topo- sheet,
6      Almirah to       do          Godrej      22,500.00     2
                                      Total     100000.00

1. Computer laboratory is essential for proper use and
maintenance of computer in the institution.
2. Available sitting arrangement for student‟s practical laboratory is
not adequate and sufficient, it is therefore necessary to add and
replace sitting tools for practical classes.
3. Laboratory table useful for drawing, reading and arranging big
size map.
4. Tracing table is use to trace different size map, topo-sheet for
analyzing various geographical aspect.
5. Drawyer to keep restricted map imagery and topo-sheet for its
proper used and durability.
6. Almira to keep securely various laboratory equipment/
instrument and document of department.
Configuration for the DST-FIST Computer Laboratory:
a) Advance computer course for the students of the Science stream.
b) Develop skill in Computer appliances.
            Financial assistance from DST for the project

Sl     Areas of Support              Recommended 1st year
no                                   Budgets for 5 installment
1      For setting up a computer     Rs5 lakhs     Rs5 lakhs
Computer Laboratory layout:
Sl   Head of expenditure        Estimated     Remark
no                              cost
1    Infrastructure :           Nil           Provided by the
     30 X 20 sq ft room                       College
     10 X 6 room sq ft            13,000.00   Under DST
     Internet (Glass + Board)                 proposal
3    2 exhaust fan in the lab     4,000.00      Do
4    4 Ceiling fan                4,000.00      Do
5    Wiring of the Laboratory    10,000.00      Do

       Configuration of proposed Computers

6    8 Computers for general      2,00,720.00 8 nos. @25,090
     teaching ( OS Windows                    Compaq
     XP)                                      Presario
     Configuration:                           ModelGS-3230
     Intel Dual
     Core,3GHz,512 MB RAM,
     80GB HDD,DVD RW, 17
     inch CRT,
     *APC UPS
7    2 Computers for video        63,960.00   2nos. @29,480
     editing                                  Compaq
     ( Software +OS Windows                   Presario
     XP)                                      ModelGS-3230
     Intel Dual
     Core,3GHz,1GB RAM, 12
     0GB HDD,DVD RW, 15
     inch TFT
     *APC UPS

8    3 computer for Internet      64,500.00   3nos @
     connection                               18,900.00
     Configuration:                           Assemble
     Intel Dual                               Computer
      Core,2.2GHz,512 MB
      DDR2RAM, 160
      HDD,DVD RW, 15 inch
      TFT,945 intel chipset,
      *APC UPS

9     1 Server computer for        32,080.00    2nos. @29,480
      LAN                                       Compaq
      Configuration:                            Presario
      Intel Dual                                ModelGS-3230
      Core,3GHz,512 MB RAM,
      80GB HDD,DVD RW, 15
      inch TFT,
      *APC UPC

                        Total     3,61,260.00

                    Peripherals components

10    1 Laser Printer              9,200.00     1no @ 9,200
10A   1 DOT Matrix Printer         9,695.00     1no @ 9,695
11    1 Scanner                    6,400.00     1nos @6,400
12    1 Photo Printer              2,000.00     1nos @2,000
13    Pendrive 2GB RUF2-            725.00      1 no @ 725.00
14    WEBCAM Microsoft Life        1,270.00
      Cam VX-1000
15    One Almirah full size        14,000.00    1no @ 14,000
16    15 Computer table           33,000.00     15 NO@2,200
17    15 Chair                    15,000.00     15 NO@1,000
                          Total   91,290.00

                        Required Software
1       Windows XP Home OEM             3,450.00      Licensed
2       Antivirus (latest)              3,000.00      do
3       Vista Home basic                4,700.00      do
4       Video editing card              5,300.00      do
        internal card
                                       16,450.00      13000

           Field                                 Amount (Rs)
Infrastructure                                          31,000.00
Configuration of the proposed                              3,61,260.00
Peripherals components                                   91,290.00
Required Software                                        16,450.00
Total                                                 5,00,000.00

    1) Computer laboratory is a demand of our students.
    2) Data excess from the Internet should be easily
    3) Out put in low cost is desirable.(DOT Matrix Printer).
    4) Quality out put in higher speed is necessary for heavy
      work.(Laser printer).
    5) Video editing facilities for visual data base of the educational
      related programme of the college as well as teaching purpose.
    6) LAN for Lab computer is the beginning, LAN with the
      departmental computers will be in the next phase
2) Proposal for renovation of teaching laboratory(Phase-II)
Sl Proposed area of            Type       Dimension      Tentative cost
   renovation                           / room           (in Rs)
1   1Workshop lab          Hard         15(L)x 10(B) x   200sq
    (Within the existing   board        7(H) sq ft       ft@100=20,000
2   i)5 Table &            i)Wooden     i)90(w)x44(d)x7 i)5 @2200=
    ii)10 Chair            ii)Plastic   5(h)             11,000
                                        ii)General       ii)10@400=
3   2 Almirah              Steel(God 4(l)x2(b)x6(h)      4no@14,000=
                           raj)                          28,000
4   5 Godraj Table         Steel(God 4 x 3 x 2.5         5 no@5000=
                           raj)                          25,000
5   wiring in the          Electrical          -         1no@4000=
    workshop lab                                         4,000
6   Labour Charge(2+1)     Carpente     7 days           7days@350=
                           r                             2,450
7   Labour Charge          Painter      3 days           3 days@350 =
8   Paint                  Wood         5 liters         5lit@300=
                           paint                         1,500

Total                                                    1,00,000.00

12.B. Community Service:
1) Vide report WSRC 2) Bharat Scout & Guide 3) ICGC & Placement
Cell 4)NCC 5) NSS
13.B. Teachers and officials newly recruited
The following teachers are newly recruited in the respective
departments as per UGC norms in the session 2007-08
  1) Sri Anup Kr. Das , M.A, Department of Economics.
  2) Sri Dample Goyary, M.A, department of Education.
  3) Sri Gunamoni Haloi, M.A, Deaprtment of Assamese.
  4) Sri Madan Ch. Bora, M.A, Department of Ploitical Science.
14.B. Teaching –non teaching ratio: 1.59 : 1.00
15.B. Improvement of Library service:
                       Rangia College Library

    I.         Name of the
                              : Rangia College Library

    II.         Number of
                              : 43,100
        1. Arts Stream        : 27,855
        2. Science Stream     : 11,500
        3. Commerce           : 2,092
        4. Collected works,
    Great book series,        : 1.653
                                  7 Nos. per month (Weekly/Bi-weekly
        5. Journals           :
                                  & Monthly)
         6. News papers       :   8 Nos. including one weekly
    III. 7.Computer           :   1
                                   SOUL. In the year 2008 Network
                                  version of the SOUL will be
        8. Software used      :   introduced for the networking of the
                                  library works(Acquisition,
                                  Cataloguing, Serial control, etc.)
    IV. 9. Librarian          :   1
        10. Staff             :   5
16.B. Feed back system of the college:
         The IQAC meet held on 24th Sept 2007 discuss on the matter
and proposed to introduce a effective feed back system as follows
Feed back : the rectifier
  I)       Students‟ feed back
  II)      Teachers‟ self evaluation.
  III)     Parents and Teachers observation report.
  IV)      Annual report of the Principal
  V)       External agencies report
  VI)      IQAC annual report to NAAC.
  The action plan of the IQAC includes the time and frequency of
  the Student and teachers‟ feed back process. The data card will
  provide the prograss report of the student. Annual report of the
  college is published regularly. The Annual IQAC report to be
  submitted to NAAC is updated and enclosed.

17.B. Unit Cost of education: Rs12,500.00

18.B. Increase in the Infrastructure Facility
a) Increase in the number of classrooms(Hall-2, Class room -8) -Ten
class rooms.
b) Boy‟s Hostel constructed with assistance from state government
has been completed.
c) The construction of the auditorium of the college is going on. The
fund has been
   provided by Dr. Monmohan sigh (PM of India) from MP fund.
d)A separate room has been provided for IQAC.

19.B.Technology up Gradation
a) Two new computers along with laser printer purchased, one for
Accounts section and the other IQAC. The fund ha s been provided
by the NAAC to strengthen IQAC.
b)Broad Band Internet connection in the month December 2007.
c) A Computer Laboratory from the DST assistance will be set up
with technology upgradation.
d) Web site of the Rangia College is
upgraded with advance facilities.

20.B.Computer and Internet Access
a) Computer education Cell provide Computer Literacy programme
for the office staff, but only 30% avail the facilities.
b) The College update the website with the latest information
regarding the college and link other sites through Internet.
c) Internet browsing is limited because of lack of infrastructure (2
Computer are on line)

21.B. Financial Aids:

The students of the college receive financial aid from the govt.
through scholarships.
1)The meritorious and economically backward students are given
financial assistance annually from the students welfare fund.
Moreover, the SC and ST students have been enjoying Post Metric
Scholarship from the Government.

  (i) National Merit        (ii) State Merit   (iii) Physically
  (iv) Sport and Cultural    (v) SC/ST           (vi)Poor Fund.

2)Gautom Haloi,stood 1st class 6th position in Sanskrit in the
session 2006-07. He received Rs3000.00 financial aid from Rangia
College Employees‟ Co-operative Thrift and Credit Society Ltd this
3)25 financially backward students received Rs300.00 each as
financial aids from the poor fund of the college.

22.B. Activities and Support from Alumni Association

1)The Alumni committee have prepared the list of the alumni of the
college with the address of their working place.
2) Prominent alumnus were general invited into various college
functions and their participation is encouraged as a whole, but the
alumni committee must work with more coordination to get more
participation and support.
23.B.Health Service
a) Blood donation camp organized by Bharat Scout & Guide
b) Seminars organized by WSRC on Women health.
c) Health related studies in the neighboring areas of the college.
d) Awareness programme such as AIDS, Immunization etc.
e) Health checks up by the Health Care Unit of the College.

24.B. Student Achievements and Award
a) Ms Aroti Boro, Cadre, Bharat Scout and Guide, selected for the
President Ranger Award in the workshop help on 16-19 February
2008 in Godpuri, Hariyana.

2) Trishna Sarma was adjusted best in Quiz Competition organized
by the West Guwahati Chapter of Rotary Club in a Youth Talent
awards Camp held on 15-18 May 2008.
3) Trishna Sarma and Labita Boro got the prize of “Most Punctual
and Discipline Students” in the camp.
4) Nagaon Yoga Mancha organized a state level yoga competition on
30th September 2007. Two participant Kankon Boro, Kamal Rabha
and Monika Basumatary participated from Self Empowerment Cell.
Kankon Boro, Kamal Rabha got the second and third prize and
selected for the national camp held at Tirupatty on on 8th
November 2007 organised by Indian Yoga Federation.
5)Sustainable Development without disturbing the Natural Eco-
system was the topic of the essay competition in the memorial
lecture of Dr. Parukutty Baruah organized by Botanical Hobby
Centre,Cotton College held on 21st Sept, 2007. Sanjib Kr. Das, TDC
II yr. Student of Rangia College got 2nd prize .

25.B. Report from ICGC &Placement Cell Rangia College:
  Coordinator; Dr. Hitesh Barman, Ph: 9435109752 (M)

 A seminar on “ Sensitizing Career Opportunity and satisfy the
need of the job market” was organized by ICGC & Placement Cell,
Rangia College in association with Vserve Global, a corporate
services (P) Ltd. at Rangia College on 15th September, 07.
Mrs.Nandita Chakravarty and Mr. Palash Kakati, Marketting
Executive of Vserve Global elaborately discussed various job-
oriented courses like VCVP, VCSP, VCRP etc.        Mr. Chandra
Shekhar Mohan, Trainee Manager, Vserve Global highlighted the
career opportunity in the present need of job market. Earlier Dr.
Hitesh Barman, Co-ordinator, ICGC& Placement Cell of the College
delivered wel-come address and brief introduction of the seminar.
Mr. Biren Sarma, Librarian, Rangia College acted as the
chairperson of the seminar. Altogether 150 students along with
teachers registered so far. Dr. Snigdha Sarkar offered vote of

a)Under Udyog Jyoti Achani of Director of Industries &
Commerce, Govt. of Assam, 15 Nos. of TDC 3rd Year students from
Rangia College have been selected by Placement Cell, which is
forwarded by the Principal, Rangia College. The selected students
will bring to Guwahati and back to their Colleges. During the four
days programme, expenditure will be borne by Director of
Industries& Commerce, Govt. of Assam, The students will get
exposure to the industrial environment and also have an intention
of setting up of venture of their own. After getting exposure finally
100 candidates all over Assam will be selected to travel outside the
state for further exposure to the industrial environment.
b)Pilot project of NASSCOM –DONER-NAC Test: Ministry of
Development of North East Region, Govt. of India, (DONER) and
National Association of Software and Service Companies
(NASSCOM) have entered into an agreement to launch a pilot
project for enhancing graduate employability via industry standard
employment test for the student of North East. The final year under
graduate students and last year passed out graduate students are
eligible. The interested candidate should get their names forwarded
from the concerned institution with full particulars. The forwarded
application should be submitted to Director, Higher Education,
Govt. of Assam, Kahilipara, Guwahati along with a crossed demand
draft of Rs. 100/ in favour of Director, Higher Education payable at
Guwahati. The test comprises of the test in speaking / listening/
analytical and quantitative reasoning/ writing (multiple choice)/
Essay writing.
Placement Cell activities:
1)Rangia College initiated a Training and Placement Cell under
ICGC on 25th August 2007 as per the directive of Academic
Registrar of Gauhati University (Notification No. GU.AC/25/ACTA-
ACPC-GUTA/07 Dated-19//7/07).
2)Placement Cell, Rangia College now trying to contact various
companies( Pvt. Sectors), for campus recruitment. The TDC 3rd
Year students (present and passed out) of Rangia College are
hereby informed to submit their Bio-data to the coordinator.
26.B. Healthy Practice:
1) Student oriented programmes:
Bargeet competition
A competition on Bargeet was held on 29th September 2007 at the
college premise to commemorate the Birth Anniversary of Sri
Srimanta Sankardev. The students participation in thecompetition
was a mark of respect to Srimanta Sankardev and his contribution
to the Assamese society.

Siddhinath Sarma Memorial Debate Competition
Siddhinath Sarma Memorial debate competition is one of the oldest
prestigious debate competition organized by the Rangia College
since 1990. This year the competition was held on 11th
october2007. The topic of the debate was in the opinion of the
house “Without globalization our nation can not achieve all round
development”. Eight colleges were participated in the competition.
Cotton college got the best group and received Siddhinath Sarma
Memorial running trophy while University Law College was the
runners up. In the individual event Dipak Sarma of Cotton
mCollege was the best debater.

Essay Competition

In connection with the National awareness campaign programme
an essay competition was organized. The competition was held in
two groups. The topic of the essay was “Solid Waste Management”.
Trishna Sarma won the first prize in the HS level. Her essay is
published in the science magazine “Vigyan Gauti” of Assam Science
Society. Namita Devi won the first prize in the degree level and her
essay is published by the Chemical Society of GU in their magazine
“Chemical Education” 2007 issue.

An essay competition was also organized by the Department of
Chemistry, Rangia College.The first prize winning essay is
published in vigyan gauti. (Vol . The title is 9men and metal written
by Dharmajyoti Baishya.

27.B.Other relevant information of our College
Faculty News
Gitimoni Deka visited two foreign countries:
Mrs Gitimoni Deka Head of the Department of Chemistry visited
two foreign countries USA and Africa to participate the
international conferences. She presented a research paper at
International Interdisciplinary Conference on Environment at
Portland, Maine, USA from 30th June – 3rd July 2007 organized by
The International Interdisciplinary Environmental Association. She
also presented another research paper at International Conference
„ERTEP2007‟ (Environment Research Technology and Policy) from
July 16 – 18th July 2007 at Accra, Ghana, Africa.

Website launched:

The web site of the college( has been lunched
on 21 May 2007as per guideline of and financial assistance of the
NAAC. A computer for the IQAC is purchased specifically for the
IQAC office work.

Fare well Meeting
The Rangia College Teachers‟ Unit and the Employees‟ Association
of Rangia College jointly organized a fare well meeting of Mrs.
Nilima Deka, Ex-Principal, i/c of Rangia College and Mrs. Sufia
Begum, HOD of political science.

Election of Rangia College Students’ Union
Rangia College Students Union Election-2007 was held on 7-8
November 2007. Total 31 candidates contested in different

A dozen lady teachers participated the national seminar
A group of lady teachers of our college participated the national
seminar on 21st Century women challenges and opportunities
held on 7th and 8th November 2007 at LCB College, Guwahati.
Among them Mrs Gitimoni Deka and Lakshmi Lahkar presented a
joint paper. Dr. Snigdha Sarkar and Mrs Dipika Sarma also
presented a joint paper. Dr. Dipali Devi presented a paper on
women issues.
1)Report from Self-Empowerment Centre(SEC)

Programme Coorinator:Mrs mamata Lahkar, Department                of
Establishment: on 15th November 2002 .
Course offered- 1.“Yoga Pravesh Course” 2. Yoga Advance

i)Yoga classes for the session 2007-08 is running at the center
under the guidance of yoga Archarya Mr Jotish Kalita. Thirty
students have been joined in the center for i) Yoga Pravesh ii) Yoga
advance course.
ii) Seminars on moral issues is a part of the yoga courses. SEC use
selected faculty members to deliver talk on subjects like Yoga,
Power of Positive thinking, Personality development etc.

i)Nagaon Yoga Mancha organized a state level yoga competitionon
September 2007.Three participants from the center joined
the the camp. Two of them won the first and the second prize and
       selected for
the National level camp.
ii) Three student of the self empowerment center joined in the
national Yoga camp held at Tirupatty on 8th November 2007
organised by Indian Yoga Federation.

2)Report from: Computer Education Centre(CEC)

Programme Coordinator: Monoj kr Singha, Department of Physics.
Established :2004

The IQAC has suggested to provide computer education for the
major students of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Botany,
Zoology, Economics and Sanskrit department as the syllabus of
those subjects includes courses related to Computer education.
The authority made computer classes mandatory for the students
having computer in their syllabus. CEC manage Classes from 8 am
to 9 am as per daily routine allotted by the authority at the
Computer Education Center. Besides the Cell provides certificate
Course in Computer application, diploma in Computer application,
Tally & DTP and Tally for the general students.
Achievement: i) 40 major students enrolled for the syllabus
oriented courses. They are benefited by the CEC programme and
expected better result in the final examination.47 general students
took admission for different certificate courses.
ii) DST, Ministry of Science and technology has sanctioned Rs 5
lakhs to set a Computer laboratory in the college.

3)Report from:Spoken English Course (Department of English)

Programme coordinator: Mr Rajesh Kumar, Department of English

As per the suggestions of the Peer Team, NAAC, the Spoken English
Course has been introduced in Rangia College during the session
2007-08. Under the management of the department of English a
three months certificate course has been organized for the greater
interest of the students. Classes for the first group of students have
been running regularly since August 17th 2007. Admission of
students for the second group will start in the last week of
November 2007.

4)Report from: Women's studies research cell

      Women‟s Studies Research Cell,Rangia College was
established under the aegis of Women‟s Studies Research Cell,
Gauhati University in 2004 with the aims of creating awareness
about Women‟s issues amongst the villagers in the periphery of
Rangia township to make the general public understanding their
problems, makes various awareness drives relating to different
scourges of mankind namely- Cancers, Aids, organizes seminars of
socio-economic importance etc. The body comprises the lectures of
Rangia College with a view to understanding beyond their bookish
knowledge with a practical implementation. It aims to act locally
but think globally involving dozens of learned persons
synchronizing the present need of the deprived people.

Present Conveners: 1. Dr. Rina Barman, Dept of Physics
                    2. Mrs. Lakshmi Lahkar, Dept of Education

The various activities held during the year 2006-2007 are as

i. World Literacy Day:
     The "World Literacy Day" was observed under the aegis of
WSRC, Rangia College on 8th September, 2006 last. A day long
programme was observed in the premises of Rangia College in
presence of all students and teachers of the college. The
programme was conducted by Mrs. Madhurima Das, Convenor of
the cell, Dept. of Philosophy. Mrs. Lakshmi Lahkar, Dept of
Education and Sri Dakheswar Deka, HoD, Dept. of Sanskrit
delivered their speeches on problems of illiteracy and its impact on
the society as resource person of the meeting.

ii. AIDS Day Observed:

      The day-long programme to observe World AIDS Day
organized by Women Studies Research Cell, Rangia College on 1 st
Dec, 2006 as largely attended by students, teachers, employees
and others.The awareness meeting held on this occasion was
presided over by Daksheswar Deka, HoD, dept of Sanskrit.
Speaking on the occasion, Laksmi Lahkar, senior lecturer,
elaborated in detail about the greatest scourge of mankind and how
the young generation can prevent themselves from it. Monoj
Singha, who was the resource person, spoke chiefly on the need of
information of sex education while preventing AIDS. He later
answered queries put by the students about AIDS and its related
problems. Among others who spoke on the occasion included Prof
Bhaben Lahkar, Dr. Snigdha Sarkar etc.

iii. International Women's Day Observed:

  International Women's Day was observed at 20 Bongaon LP
School premises under the aegis of Women's Studies Research Cell,
Rangia College with a day-long programme on 8th march, 2007.
        A meeting on the occasion was attended by teachers of
Rangia College, besides a large section of women of Bongaon,
Baghbari and Sahan. Presided over by the convenor of the body Dr
Rina Barman, she remarked that despite a large section of women
getting themselves placed at suitable positions in different fields,
still the threat to women in various walks of life was prevalent in
the society.
        Speaking on the occasion Monoj Singha, one of the resource
persons highlighted the need for right to information and related
knowledge of the Act to be known by the people, especially the fair
sex. Advocate Dipali Barua, being present as the other resource
person highlighted the role of mother in shaping a stable and
secure society. Continuing, she added," we also need to know about
Domestic violence Act for curbing atrocities against women". Sri
Dakheswar Deka, HoD, Dept of Sanskrit, mentioned in his speech
that mother is the first 'Guru' of a child. So, there should be an
equal status of both women and men. Mrs Lakshi Lahkar, dept of
Education, also spoke on the occasion.
    Later, a computer set was donated by 'Nascent', an NGO to the
study circle coinciding with the occasion.

iv. Program on Solid Waste Management

   The National Environmental Awareness campaign 2006-2007
was organized by Women‟s Studies Research Cell of Rangia College
in collaboration with Science Development Committee and IQAC
with the financial assistance of Assam Science Society, Guwahati
under the National Environmental Awareness Campaign (NEAC) at
the premises of Rangia College on 31st July. Coinciding with the
campaign, a seminar on Solid Waste Management was held under
the chairmanship of Amarendra Kr. Sarma, honorable principal of
the college.In the seminar, Dr. Barindra Kr. Sarma,Prof., Dept of
Physics, GU & President, Assam Science Society, an
environmentalist of the north-east India delivered an illuminating
lecture on the solid waste management. Dr. Sarma stressed
specially on the management of environmental degradation in the
present day context. Dr. Hitesh Barman, Sr. lecturer in Chemistry
of Rangia College also talked on the topic and gave some tips of
solid waste management i.e. recycling process. A huge number of
students & teachers participated and interacted with the resource
persons raising some thought provoking issues on the topic. In this
occasion an essay writing competition was also held.

v. World Literacy Day Observed

   With the Joint endeavor of Bharat Scouts & Guides and women‟s
Studies and Research Cell of the college observed World Literacy
Day on 8th sept, 2007 to aware the importance of literacy among
the people. To make success the view a popular meeting was
organized at Bongshidhar Bodo Medium High School students and
teachers of the school were present in the meeting. The Headmaster
of the school presided over the meeting where Sri Monoj Kr. Singha
and Dr. Nirupama Sarma talked about the importance of literacy.

vi. An Awareness Programme

  The Women‟s Studies and Research Cell organized an awareness
program on 15th September, 2007 for the girls‟ students of the
college. General Health and Girls related problems are the topic of
the discussion. Mrs Lakshi Lahkar, one of the conveners of the cell
discussed the topic elaborately.

vii. World AIDS Day Observed

    World Aids Day was observed on the Rangia College premises
under the aegis Rangia College Women‟s Studies Research cell in
collaboration with NESPYM, a Guwahati based NGO.
      Students and teachers were apprised about the deadly
scourge and also speeches were made regarding the awareness and

viii. Organized Workshop on Food Processing & Preservation

   A two day training programme on Food Processing &
Preservation was organized by Women Studies Research Cell,
Rangia College in collaboration with Gram Swaraj Parishad, Rangia
held at Gram Swaraj Parishad, Rangia on 29 th-30th January,
2008.Sri Amarendra Kr. Sarma, Principal i /c, Rangia College
inaugurated the workshop with an illuminating talk.
   Giasur Rahman, supervising officer, Food Processing Centre,
Ulubari was the Resource Person who discussed the processing &
the preservation of food in details in the training programme. He
also showed the practical preparation of tomato sauce, chilli sauce,
jam, jelly, potato chips, mixed prickles etc to the learners.
Altogether 60 numbers of participants took part in the workshop.
Niranjan Kalita, Secretary, Gram Swaraj Parishad, Rangia was the
chief guest. The programme concluded with the distribution of

9)The active member of Women‟s Studies Research Cell, Rangia
College and Senior lecturers of Rangia College Ms. Gitimoni Deka
and Ms Lakshmi Lahkar have conducted several studies among the
women‟s of different villages near the colleges. The issues are
related with awareness towards different health related matters,
safe drinking water, environmental awareness, safe disposal of
domestic waste. The findings of the studies were presented in
different National Seminars sponsored by UGC in different parts of
the state and these are given below:
i.“Primary Health care and Rural woman – a case study of rural
woman in Rangia, Kamrup, Assam”. This study was carried out
among the women of below poverty lines, in the villages of Sahan,
Bongaon, Baghbari and Pub sahan. The study was done in last
part of December, 2005 and the results was presented in the UGC
sponsored National level seminar on “Rural Development through
Women‟s Empowerment with special reference to the North East “,
organized by B.H. College, Howly on February 10 & 11, 2006.
ii. “Rural women‟s Attitudes towards Environmental Education-A
case study at Rangia, Kamrup”. This study was carried out among
the illiterate poor women of below poverty lines, in the villages of
Bongaon, Dahara and Sahan The study was done in last part of
December, 2005 and the results was presented in the National
seminar On “Environmental Conservation, Depleting Resources
and Sustainable Development”, sponsored by Ministry of
Environment & Forests‟, Govt. of India, New Delhi, organized by
„Internal Quality Assurance Cell, North Lakhimpur College, Assam,
on 28 – 29th January, 2006.
iii.“Value concept and rural women- A case study at Rangia,
Kamrup, Assam”. This study was carried out among the illiterate
poor women of below poverty lines, in the villages of Bongaon,
Dahara and Sahan The study was done in last part of December,
2005 and the results was presented in the Presented Paper at UGC
sponsored National seminar on “Values and the Present Society”,
Organized by R.G.Baruah College, Guwahati, held on 20 – 21
January 2006.
iv.“Rural Women‟s awareness towards family health, nutrition and
cleanliness - A case study among rural women in Rangia area”. The
study was carried out in the villages of Nakul, Garka, Udiana and
Murara, among the women of below poverty lines, in the first week
of June, 2007 and the results were presented as a paper at UGC
sponsored National seminar on “Indian Women in Present day
society” at J.B.College, Jorhat from 31st August – 1st September
v.“Women and Environmental Education: Awareness among the
rural women- A case study in Rangia, Kamrup, Assam”. Through
this study we wanted to know the awareness of women who lie
below poverty line in the villages of Udiana, Garka and Sundhia,
towards the physical environment in and around their village. The
study was done in first part of September, 2007.The results were
presented in UGC sponsored National seminar on “Women in 21 st
century: Challenges and opportunities “ organized by L.C.Bharali
College, Guwahati from 7- 8th November 2007
vi.“Women‟s awareness towards Family Health care: A case study
among the rural women of Rangia” In this study Dwijendra Nath
Deka, Senior Lecturer of Political Science Department of the Rangia
College was also with us. We carried out the study among the rural
women of below poverty line, in the villages of Khoirabari, Garka,
Barmura and Sundhia near the Rangia town. The results were
presented in UGC sponsored National seminar on “Women and
Human rights” at Barnagar College, Sorbhog from 28 th September-
29th September 2007.
vii“Women and Environmental awareness – A case study in Rangia
town, Kamrup, Assam” This study was assisted by Geeta Rani
Kakoti, Senior lecturer of Mathematics. The study was done among
the women of lower middle class women within four municipal
ward of Rangia town. The study was carried out during second
week of January, 2007 and the results were presented in UGC
sponsored National seminar on “Environment: Problems &
Panacea” organized by K.R.B.Girls‟ College, Guwahati during 30th
and 31st January 2007.

5)The cell has decided to publish a half yearly magazine to intimate
the activities of the cell to the public. The first issue of the
magazine named “Prajna” is published in the month of December
2008.The editor of the first issue was Dr. Snigdha Sarkar.

5)Report from:Rangia College Science Development Committee:
      The annual meeting of the
RCSDC was held in the Zoology Department. The new committee
for the
Session 2007-08 is formed with Dr. Pradip Thakuria as President.
and Monoj Kr Singha as Secretary. Mr Sarangapani Saikia will be
the Editor of the Magazine Glimpse.
    1) In collaboration with IQAC a felicitation program of the Ph.D
       holders of the college during the session 2005-07 to
       encourage the students and the teachers as a whole.
     2)A get together program for the new students was organized
    to enhance the teacher student relation of the college.

6)Report from:The Bharat Scouts & Guides, Assam (Rangia college
Rover :Mr Mahendra Kalita, Ranger:Mrs Kamala Barman
The Rangia College Unit, Rangia registered under the Assam State
Centre of the Bharat Scouts and Guides has already been able to
establish itself as an active leading unit in the state of Assam. This
implies that the members of this unit, conventionally designated as
„Rover‟ for boys and „Ranger‟ for girls have learnt every bit of the
Laws and Promises by heart to transform themselves as true
human being who are ready to shoulder any responsibility for the
well being of their country and the mankind. Few noteworthy
events, instances and achievements of members of this unit are
highlighted here under in chronological order::

The second Foundation Day of the Unit was celebrated with a day-
long programme on the 13th August, 2005. The open meeting,
presided over by the erstwhile principal, R.P. Bhattacharjya, was
attended by Mr N.C. Mahanta who is also the State Secretary as
the honourable Chief Guest. In his speech, Mr. Mahanta expressed
his happiness by saying that six Rovers of Rangia College Unit
representing the state in the Ardha Kumbha Mela in Haridwar
could earn glory for the college and the state as well by their fully
dedicated meritorious service.

The Unit participated in the Independence Day Parade in the
Rangia H.S. School play ground at the Rangia sub-division level on
the 15th August, 2005.

During September 16 – 25, 2005 the 8th Adventure Leader Course
was organized at Pachmari, Madhypradesh. Out of the five state
representatives, four was selected from from the Rangia College
Unit alone due to the already established reputation of sincerity in
service. All the four successfully completed this adventure course
In the 16th National Jamboree held in October, 2005 one Rover was
selected to act as a Quarter Master and two Rangers were selected
to act as Service Ranger at National Level which may be considered
as a great honour to the college.

A Rover and Ranger SAMAGAM was instituted from January 17 to
26, 2006 in Darjeeling. The state of Assam was allocated seven
members quota and all the seven members were selected from our
college only. These members could show alround leadership and
also earned a number of prizes in the cultural competition.

On the 26th January, 2006 i.e., on the eve of Republic Day, cadres
of Rangia College joined the parade in the Government sponsored
celebration on the Rangia H.S. School field. Similarly, on August
15, 2006 also there was active participation in the Independence
Day Parade on the same ground.

Five numbers of Rovers from this college joined the Nipun Rover
Testing Camp held from September 3 – 7, 2007 in State Training
Centre at Sonapur. Similarly, in the 1st Nipun Ranger Testing
Camp, six Rangers joined the test camp from Sept. 8 – 12, 2006. All
the Rovers and Rangers passed the tests to earn the Nipun grade.

A Day –long Trekking and Hiking programme was organized with
active participation of 13 Rovers and 5 Rangers in the famous
pilgrim town of Hajo.

The Foundation Day for the Year 2006 was observed on the 23 rd
Sept., 2006 in lieu of August 13 due to some practical
inconveniences. The open session was presided over by Dr. R.P.
Bhattacharjya, Principal of the college. This year the State
Commissioner Dr. Haren Das attended as the Guest of Honour and
Mr N.C. Mahanta graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. Both of
them delivered their inspiring lecture to the august gathering.

Two Rovers and two Rangers of this college actively participated in
the National Leadership Camp held in Godpuri in the state of
Haryana between September 25 and 29, 2006.

The College Unit as a whole, right from Ranger Leader to the Rovers
and Rangers whole hearted engaged themselves in the successful
completion of the 5th Mini Jamboree participated by 9 states of the
N.E. India including N.F. Railway as a state in the State Training
Centre at Sonapur, Kamrup, Assam in the February, 2007

In addition to all above, 12 numbers of Rovers joined the Volunteer
Training Camp for the 33rd National Games hosted by our state. All
the above participants also served as volunteer in the National
Games events for the cause of the nation mostly in Sarusajai

As evident from the above discussion, Rangia College Unit of the
B.S & G, Assam has been able to draw attention and to establish
its credibility through a series of hard works and by virtue of deep
sincerity as deemed fit and proper to meet the expectation of the
National Leaders of the of the Scout and Guide movement in
particular and the society in general. We expect that by God‟s grace
it will be possible for the Rangia College Unit to serve the society
and bring glory to the college.

Long live Rangia College Unit of The Bharat Scouts and Guides.

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