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					ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT
       MORIDHAL COLLEGE
           P. O. MORIDHAL
       DIST : DHEMAJI (ASSAM)
      FOR THE SESSION 2007-2008
          (July/07 to April/08)




           PREPARED BY
 INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL
        MORIDHAL COLLEGE
            PIN- 787057
                                         PART – A
The present Internal Quality Assurance Report of the College has been prepared on the basis
of the various programmes and activities carried out during the last academic session as per
the Annual Action Plan 2007-08 and the same has been presented head wise as follows :
ACADEMIC ASPECT :
    As per Dibrugarh University guide lines, the duration of academic session, 2007-08
      was also from 1st July/07 to 15th May/08.
    The classes of TDC part –1 were started from 1st July/07 whereas classes for TDC
      Part-II and Part – III were started from 18th April/07 just after the completion of Term-
      end examinations of Part- I and II. Reluctantly, the classes of TDC part – II and III
      could not be conducted regularly due to poor attendance of students probably for not
      declaration of their results.
    The prospectus including the Academic Calendar for the session was brought out by
      the Academic Council of the college on 22nd May/07.
    The admission committee of the session started the process of admission from 28th
      May/07 through the publication of paper advertisement in a local daily viz. “Assamiya
      Pratidin”.
    Admission forms along with the prospectus were issued from first June/07 and
      admission was taken on 18th, 19th & 20th June/07 on merit basis and reservation rule.
    The Academic Council brought out the Daily Class Routine for the session fixing the
      class hour from 8-30 AM to 3-15 PM on 26th June/07.
    As regards the self financed carrier oriented courses, computer education courses on
      CCCA, DCA, DTP & CAP were continued & two new courses viz. Maintenance of
      Electrical Appliances and Maintenance of Electronic Appliances were designed and
      introduced from the month of Sept/07 by the Academic Council.
    Different departments prepared their respective departmental course plans and
      submitted the same to the academic council before 26th June/07.
    The Freshmen Social-cum Students‟ Assessment and Orientation Programme was held
      on 7th July/07 in which the new-comers ware oriented to the disciplines and facilities
   as well as intimated with the programmes to be taken for the session. They exhibited
   their talents in various fields in the presence of students and teachers. They were also
   assessed on their entry-level general intelligence through a structured questionnaire.
 The field study in the subject of Environmental Studies was conducted in the locality
   from 28th Nov/07 to 2nd Dec/07 on topics entitled “Study on Pollution caused by waste
   material in the Rural and Urban Areas, Simple Eco-system (Pond, River and Hills-
   Slopes) and study on forest Eco-system”, by the students of TDC Part-II in three
   groups under the guidance of teachers. Apart from it, the departments of Geography,
   Economics and History conducted field study on 23/10/07, 25/10/07 and 26/10/07
   respectively.
 On the basis of the results of the sessional and class tests, the academically poor
   learners were found out and accordingly remedial teaching was conducted for them
   from 2nd week of January to first week of Februry/08. Moreover efforts have been
   made to make the advanced learners more advance by providing study materials and
   keeping personal touch with them by the teachers of the concerned departments and
   also by making them present papers in the departmental seminars.
 As per the decision of the meeting of Academic Council held on 12-02-08, the
   teachers‟ in-charge of the cluster guidance submitted the duly filled-in Student Diary
   of individual students under their guidance to the academic council on and before 25-
   02-08. The Student Diary covers up all criteria viz. class attendance, library activities,
   internal examinations, Symposiums and other co-curricular activities for preparation of
   Seven Point Grading Scale. On the basis of the dates available in the submitted
   Student Diary, Seven Point Grading Scale was prepared for every student.
 A meeting of faculty members was organized on dated 02-04-08 under the aegis of
   Academic Council in which decision was taken to prepare Seven Point Grading Scale
   for individual students, to prepare prospectus, academic calendar and daily class-
   routine for the new academic session i.e 2008-09 and to submit Annual Action Plan
   for the session 2008-09 along with the Annual Report of the session 2007-08 by
   different departments and committees on or before 12-04-08. Accordingly the Annual
       Report for the session 2007-08 and Annual Action Plan for the session 2008-09 of
       different departments and committees were submitted to the Academic Council on or
       before 17th May/08. Like-wise prospectus, daily class-routine and academic
       calendar for new academic session i. e. 2008-09, was submitted to the Council before
       22nd May/08.
 Each department regularly submitted the individual teachers monthly class accounts to
       academic council at the end of every month.
 The college signed an MOU with Santi Sadhana Asharma, Guwahati for establishing
       Training cum Production Centre of weaving, Cane and Bamboo craft, Jute
       diversification and Food Processing as a part of vocational education at campus no. 2
       of the college. According to the MOU the Centre will provide employment
       opportunity and training facilities to the students of the college along with the local
       youth as well as a part of the profit earned by the centre through its production will be
       transferred to the college fund.
 A week long programme on computer knowledge was organized by Academic Council
       of the college with the help of Computer Centre as part of faculty development
       programme to impart minimum working knowledge of computer to computer illiterate
       faculty members in which majority of teachers actively participated. Moreover, the
       teachers who participated in different seminars as well as Orientation programmes and
       Refresher Courses are as follows:
I.        International Seminar :
          With Papers :             03 Nos.
          Without Papers :          Nil
II.       National Seminar :
          With Papers :             17 Nos.
          Without Papers :          06 Nos.
III.      Refresher Course :        04 Nos.
IV.       Orientation Programme : Nil
    The phase wise computer training has been continued for the Non-teaching staff and
       during this session 3 (three) nos. of Non-teaching staff has been provided computer
       training with the help of Computer Education Centre of the college.
    Since, Research is an inevitable part of higher education for the growth and
       dissemination of knowledge, the college rightly encouraged its teachers to take up
       research work in various fields of knowledge. Hence, the following nos. of teachers
       are under taking research work in various fields.
              M. Phil : 07 Nos. (1No. completed)
              Ph. D : 01 awarded & 5 being continued)
              UGC Sponsored Minor Research Project : 03 Nos. of teachers (on going)
    Efforts were also made to develop the self learning ability to acquire comprehensive
       knowledge over a subject and to cultivate communicative skill of the students through
       organising Departmental seminars. The Departments that organised Departmental
       seminars during the session were – History, Economics, Assamese, Political Science,
       Sociology and Philosophy.
    The IQAC with the help of the Academic Council of the college collected student
       feedback on teachers, course and campus experience on the basis of the structured
       questionnaires in the month of Dec/07. After proper scrutiny of the questionnaires the
       following points have been ear-marked for follow up action :
           Need for more participation of teachers in student related co-curricular
              activities.
           Need for specious computer room.
       Accordingly, the college authority took needful step of reminding some of the teachers
about their responsibility of involvement in student related co-curricular activities especially
during the time of college week.
       To meet up the growing demand for a spacious computer centre, a spacious computer
room has been constructed on the first floor of the college library with all required facilities
from the college fund.
    The Inter disciplinary approach in teaching has been continued with a view to impart
      comprehensive knowledge to the student on a given topic having inter-disciplinary
      value. The following departments jointly conducted interdisciplinary classes :
           Sociology, Economics & Political Science
           Hindi, Assamese & Philosophy
           History and English
    The Committee for “Community Museum and Study and Research Centre for
      Indigenous Tribes” has undertaken a project work for the study of Socio-cultural
      aspects of local Indigenous Tribes and the project is ongoing. Moreover, a
      documentation cell has been opened in the centre to keep documents on various
      Indigenous Tribes.
    Efforts has been made to improve teaching learning process and teaching methods like
      – Group discussion, Class interaction, Tutorial, Home Assignment as a process of self-
      learning and conduct of Departmental Seminar have been continued to supplement the
      lecturer method. Moreover, the students were supplied with required study materials
      by the concern teachers. Consequently the results of the term-end examination have
      considerably improved.
                                   INFRASTRUCTURE


In infrastructure development the works that could be accomplished during the session are –
completing a greater portion of the incomplete college boundary wall, constructing a
permanent Science Laboratory, earth filling at campus No. 1, facilitating a boys‟ hostel with
30 nos. of seats and installing a „V‟ SAT for regular Internet service, from own fund of the
college. But reluctantly it must be said that the other planned works viz.- erecting a waiting
shed, renovating the college canteen, constructing a permanent drainage in the college
campus and constructing a permanent vehicle shed could not be initiated due to paucity of
fund. We could not obtain required fund as expected from different sources we had
approached for.
                              RESOURCE MOBILIZATION
The permanent sources of revenue collection are admission and other fee collection from
students. Apart from it revenue collected during the session from the existing internal as well
as external sources are as follows.
Internal Sources :
    Career Oriented Course               Rs. 35,905.00
    Xerox and Photography                Rs. 8,238.00
    College Canteen                      Rs. 3,880.00
    Distance Education Centre            Rs. 19,575.00
    From Fishery                         Rs. 3,540.00
    From paddy and other crops           Rs. 4,900.00
External Source :
    Contribution from Parents and Alumni        Rs. 12,560.00
    From UGC                                    Rs. Nil
    From State Govt.                            Rs. Nil
    From Central Govt.                          Rs. Nil
    Donation drive                              Rs. 17,250.00
   An MOU has been signed with Santi Sadhana Ashrama, Guwahati for opening training
cum production Centre in the composite farm through which a portion of the profit will be
transferred to college fund and accordingly the preliminary preparatory work of construction
of the centre is being undertaken by the concerned authority.
                     STUDENTS WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICE
    A plan was made to build a Boys‟ Hostel of 50 (fifty) nos. of seat capacity on the
       expectation of receiving some fund from sources we have applied for but the same
       could not be obtained as expected and so the new Boys‟ Hostel could not be started.
    A Health Check-up programme was organised in the Hostel on dated 29-11-07 with
       the help of Director of Health, Dhemaji in which almost all the boarders under went
       health Check-up. But the same programme could not be organised for the general
    students of the college due to busy class schedule as well as inability of Director of
    Health, Dhemaji to co-operate with us on the stipulated time.
 A good number of text and reference books of the latest edition in all subjects taught in
    the college have been purchased to cover up new changes in the syllabus. Moreover
    providing Book Bank facility to the regular students who are economically backward
    has been continued and as many as 153 nos. poor students were provided text books
    under the provision during the session.
 The departmental Aid fund is being continued with the objective of helping
    economically backward students of the concerned departments in matters like medical
    treatment and purchase of essential text books on formal demand by the needy
    students.
 Providing financial assistance to special category students has been continued. The
    following are the special category students provided with financial assistance and
    incentives.
    i) Memorial Scholarship (monthly) - 12 nos.
    ii) Fee Exemption to sports persons – 03 nos.
    iii) Financial assistance to students for medical treatment – Nil
    iv) Financial assistance from departments – 06 nos.
    v) Awards and prizes to meritorious students – 09 nos.
   An “English Circle” was formed under the guidance of English department among
    the interested students of the college with a view to develop communicative ability in
    speaking and writing through various literary and cultural activities. The circle
    organised a few cultural and literary programmes among its members.
 Under the aegis of Information and Career Guidance Cell of the college, 17
    (seventeen) nos. of students comprising 9 (nine) girls and 8 (eight) boys‟ of the college
    were sent for visiting different Industrial places of the state under Udyogjyoti Scheme
    Govt. of Assam from 26th to 29th May/08 with a view to create an awareness among
    the students on entrepreneurship.
 As part of student counselling, the cluster group guidance service (already mentioned
   earlier) has been continued and students were provided, as it were, the student Diary
   for the maintenance of records of the daily activities on such criteria as – class
   attendance; library study; participation in various programmes including seminars,
   workshops, NSS, Scouts and Guides, Extension Activities etc. submission of home
   assignments and internal examinations. On the basis of the records in the student
   Diary, Seven Point Grading Scale was prepared at the end of the session for every
   student. Maintenance of student Diary was highly helpful in serving the desired aim of
   inculcating a sense of punctuality and sincerity among the students. Moreover,
   students were extended academic counselling which includes course related problems,
   academic related individual problems, information regarding job opportunity,
   awareness on entrepreneurship etc. through Guidance and Counselling Cell which is
   conducted by every department in turn for a period of 15 days each.
            EXTENSION ACTIVITIES AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
In Extension Activities and community services the programmes and activities undertaken
during the session are as follows:
 An Adult Literacy Programme was organised in the proposed model village in
   collaboration with Adult Literacy Mission, Dhemaji. For the convenience of teaching,
   the illiterate women of the village were formed groups consisting 10 to 12 members.
   Each group was accorded a locally appointed teacher who, were the students of the
   college, to teach at least an hour a day. The programme was carried on phase wise
   manner viz. step-I, step- II and step- III for a period of 3 months, 85 nos. of women
   actively took part in the programme and they have been made literate through this
   programme.
 With a view to make the women folk of the proposed model village self-dependent and
   to uplift their economic condition, 6 nos. of Self Help Groups, consisting 9 to 13
   members in each group have been formed. Two orientation programme were organised
   in which the members of the Self Help Groups were explained about the rules and
       regulations, account keeping, process of bank transaction etc. regarding the
       maintenance of Self Help Groups.
    An awareness programme on protection and preservation of environment was
       organised on 5th June/08 coinciding with World Environmental Day in the proposed
       model village. Besides the teachers and students of the college, a good number of the
       village people attended awareness meeting in which the experienced teachers of the
       college delivered their resourceful lecture on environment. Plantation was a part of the
       programme in which the village people actively took part to plant saplings on the sides
       of the village roads.
                         SPORTS AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Apart from providing facilities for playing games and sports and supplying apparatus for
physical training, the Sports and Physical Education Centre of the college organised an
awareness programme on Yoga (Raj Yoga) with the help of three trained teachers from
Prajapati Brahma Kumari Ishwariya Vishwabidyalaya, Dhemaji branch, in which about
200 (two hundred) persons including teachers and students actively participated. It must be
said that the college volley ball team became runners up in the “Late Kanak Chandra Deori
Memorial District level Inter College Prize Money Volley ball Competition” organized
by the Teachers‟ Unit of the college on 2nd May/08. It is to be noted that the college has been
providing practice facilities including all expenses incurred during practice to the outstanding
sports persons of the college to participate in Inter College, District and State level
competitions. Reluctantly, the affiliating University did not organise the Inter College Games
and sports competitions during this session.
MANAGERIAL :
   Under the supervision of IQAC, most of the programmes and activities as laid down in
     the Plan as well as in the Academic Calendar, have been properly carried out with the
     help of the college authority, the G. B. different departments, various committees,
     concerned teachers, student union and other stakeholders of the college.
   A budget committee was formed by the college authority and the said committee
     prepared the budget for the session on different heads on the basis of draft budget
     submitted by different Committees, Departments, Cells and concerned individuals to
     carry out their respective plans and programmes and accordingly the budget allocation
     was made to each one of them.
   All accounts of income and expenditure are daily maintained as per rule with the help
     of the senior UDA in-charge of accounts along with other office staff.
   Annual academic report for the session 2007-08 was prepared by IQAC for onward
     submission to the affiliating University and same was timely submitted.
   The college authority with the approval of the G.B. of he college appointed 4 (four)
     nos. of teachers purely on contractual basis for a term of 6 (six) months in the subjects
     of Sociology, Education, Philosophy and Geography at the start of the session.
   Annual audit was made in the month of July/08 with the help of Govt. auditor (local
     fund).
   The college authority evaluated the individual teachers‟ Self Appraisal and teachers
     were accorded grade on the basis of their performance as reported on the Self-
     Appraisal format. Moreover, wherever the need for improvement in any aspect of the
     teacher was felt he/she was conferred suggestions or advice in this regard as follow-up
     action.
   The contribution of money made by the parents to the Parents‟ Fund has been
    continued. A parent-teacher general meeting was organized on 07-10-07. It was
    attended by more than 200 parents and almost all teachers of the college in which
    discussion were made on academic environment, student progression and matters
    related to various other aspects of the college. Apart from it, some departments
    organized Parents‟ Meet departmentally to discuss the progression of their wards and
    parents‟ duty to cater to the needs of their wards for better academic performance.
Conclusion :
       Under the guidance and monitoring of IQAC, various programmes and activities under
different heads as stated in the Internal Quality Assurance Report have been carried out
smoothly and effectively. The G. B., the college authority, different departments, various
committees and concerned individuals extended needed co-operation as and when required in
implementing these activities. As a consequence of the combine efforts of all concern, we
have been able, to some extent, to augment academic atmosphere, render community service
and establish a healthy co-ordination among different stakeholders of the college. At the same
time we make it a point to mention here that a few programmes and activities could not be
carried out due to either paucity of fund or in convenience of the situation.
       However, the college will make full efforts to implement all the progrmmes and
activities of the Annual Action Plan for the fruitful realization of the desired goals and
objectives of the college.




                                                              (K. GOGOI)
             CO-ORDINATORS, IQAC                              PRINCIPAL,
              MORIDHAL COLLEGE                             MORIDHAL COLLEGE
             DIST : DHEMAJI (ASSAM)                       DIST : DHEMAJI (ASSAM)
                                            PART – B
1. Activities reflecting the goals and objectives of the institution :
       Various programmes and activities reflecting the goals and objectives of the college that have
been undertaken during the session, are clearly stated in the Annual Quality Assurance Report
2007-08 i.e. Part- A as well as the academic calendar of the same session enclosed in Annexure – I
2. New Academic programmes initiated (UG and PG) :
       No new academic programme has been introduced at UG level either by the affiliating
university or the college on its own during the academic session.
3. Innovation in curriculum design and transaction :
   No new innovation as such was made in curriculum design and transaction apart from the
continuation of the existing 10% marks in Internal Assessment in all subjects involving theory paper
in curriculum design and in curriculum transaction the following already existing methods have been
continued:
      Home assignment
      Field visits
      Group Discussion
      Class interaction
      Tutorial
      Departmental Seminar and departmental topic-basis quiz.
      Inter disciplinary approach in teaching.
      These teaching methods have been substantiated by appropriate teaching aids including OHP
       and LCD projectors.
4. Interdisciplinary Programmes started :
       The affiliating university has not introduced any new interdisciplinary programme during the
session but the earlier interdisciplinary subject named “Environmental Studies” for the students of
TDC Part – II as compulsory subject, has been continued. Moreover, previous interdisciplinary
approach in teaching on a related topic has been continued.
5. Examination reforms implemented :
       No new reform has been introduced during this session in the examination system which was
introduced by the university w.e.f. the academic session 2007-08 and the same system has been
continued providing 10% of marks for internal assessment and 90% for external examination in
theory course. The mark for internal assessment was based on criteria viz.-class attendance, home
assignment and internal examination including session tests, class tests, Unit test etc.
6. Candidates qualified NET/SLET/GATE etc.            Does not arise.
7. Initiative towards faculty development programmes:
     A week long programme on knowledge on computer application was organized for computer
          illiterate faculty members.
         Teachers were encouraged and provided required leave to participate in Seminars,
          Workshops, Orientation programmes and Refresher Courses and accordingly the teachers
          attended these programmes as shown below :
   (i)       Internal Seminar :
             With Paper - 3 Nos.
             Without Paper - Nil
   (ii)      National Seminar :
             With Paper - 17 Nos.
             Without Paper – 06 Nos.
   (iii)     Refresher Course - 04 Nos.
   (iv)      Orientation Programme – Nil
8. Total Nos. of Seminar/Workshop conducted:
          Workshop conducted for faculty development – 01 No.
          Departmental Seminar – 06 Nos.
9. Research Projects :
          Newly implemented - 02 Nos.
          Completed - Nil
10. Patent generated in any : No
11. New collaborative research programmes : No.
12. Research grants received from
    various agencies                          : Received grants for two Minor Research projects
                                                from the UGC:
13. Details of research Scholars :
              M. Phil -    07 Nos. admitted out of which 2 Nos. completed.
              Ph. D -      01 awarded
                           05 being continued.

          Minor Research -        (UGC sponsored)     03 Nos. on going.
14. Citation index of faculty members and impact factor : No.
15. Honours/Awards to the faculty : No
16. Internal Resources generated :
    The internal resources generated from different sources are :
   (i)       Career oriented courses :             Rs. 35,905/-
   (ii)      Xerox and Photography services :      Rs. 8,238/-
   (iii)     College canteen :                     Rs. 3,880/-
   (iv)      Distance Education Centre :           Rs. 19,575/-
   (v)       From composite farm (paddy and
             Other crops)                          Rs. 4,900/-
   (vi)      From college fishery                  Rs. 3,540/-
    Resources generated from external sources :
   (i)       From parents‟ and Alumni Association :          Rs.12,560/-
   (ii)      From UGC                                        Rs. Nil
   (iii)     State Govt.                                     Rs. Nil
   (iv)      From Central Govt.                              Rs. Nil
   (v)       From donation drive                             Rs.17,250/-
17. Details of departments getting SAP, COSIST (ASSIST)/DST. FIST etc.
    assistance/recognition : No
18. Community Service :
   The community services under taken during the session :
   (i)     Adult literacy programme in collaboration with the Adult Literacy Mission Dhemaji
           in the proposed model village named Borkhel Lalung Gaon especially for women
           folk.
   (ii) Formation of self Help Group among the women flok of the proposed model village.
   (iii) An awareness programme on protection and preservation of environment was
           organized on the World Environment Day on 05-06-08.
19. Teachers and officers newly recruited :
          Teachers newly recruited : 03 Nos. (contractual)
20. Teaching, Non-teaching staff ratio : 5 : 2
21. Improvement in Library Services :
Purchase of new text and reference books to cover-up the changed syllabi apart from
continuation of Internet facility, reprography service and subscription of the existing National
& International journal & Magazines.
22. New books/journals subscribed and their Value :
            Books &       New titles     Total Nos. of   Value Rs.
            Journals                        Copies
            Books            385             810       1,45,000/-
            Journals          ---             74           24,000/-


23. Courses in which student assessment of teachers is introduced and action taken on
    students’ feed back :
    The student assessment of teachers is introduced in TDC course.
    The college authority with the help of the IQAC intimated the teachers of their
       strengths and weakness as per the findings of the student feedback and accordingly the
       teachers were asked to make efforts to do away with the pointed out weaknesses.
24. Unit Cost of Education :
      Including Salary    Rs. 25,452/-
      Excluding Salary Rs. 2,717/-
25. Computerization of administration and the process of admissions and examination
    results, issue of certificates:
    The process of computerization of the above is on going.
26. Increase in the infrastructural facilities :
   The following infrastructural facilities were added :
    Completion of the greater portion of the incomplete boundary wall.
    Earth-filling at campus No 1
    Construction of a permanent science laboratory.
    Facilitating a Boys‟ Hostel with 30 Nos. of seats.
    Installing of a „V‟ SAT for regular Internet service.
27. Technology up-gradation :
    Apart from adopting the existing technological device like Internet, LCD projector,
          OHP‟s, Video Camera, Digital camera, computers, reprography tape recorders etc.,
          „V‟ SAT has been installed for regular Internet service.
28. Computer and Internet access and training to teachers and students :
    The teachers, students and local public have easy access to Internet facility in the
          Central Library on payment of a minimum charge. The computer education centre of
          the college, apart from running various computer courses, also facilities the teachers
          and students to avail computer service.
29. Financial Aid to Students :
    Students benefited under different schemes of financial aids are shown below:
   (i)       Memorial Scholarship (monthly) : 12 Nos.
   (ii)      Fee exemptions to sports persons : 03 Nos.
   (iii)     Financial aid for medical treatment : Nil
   (iv)      Financial assistance from departments : 06 Nos.
   (v)       Awards and prizes to meritorious students : 09 Nos.
30. Activities and support from Alumni Association :
    Kept close touch with the college.
    Raised contribution for “Alumni Fund”
    Maintained the orchard in the college campus No. 1
31. Activities and support from the Parent Teacher Association :
    A general meeting of parent-teachers was organised on 07-10-07
    Some departments organised parent-teachers meeting departmentally.
    Parents made contribution for “Parents” Fund.
32. Health Service :
    The First-Aid Centre of the college rendered First Aid Service to a good number of
          students as and when required.
    Organised a Health Check-up programme in the Girls‟ Hostel on 29-11-07.
33. Performance in sports Activities :
    The college team was runners-up in “Late Kanak Ch. Deori Memorial District level
       Inter-college Prize money volley ball competition”.
    Organised a seven-day Yoga programme (Raj Yoga) in the college.
    Interested students did regular physical exercise in physical education centre.
34. Incentives to outstanding sports persons :
    3 Nos. of students were exempted from paying fee for their outstanding performance
       in games and sports.
    Provided practice facility to outstanding sports persons.
35. Student achievements and awards :
   The academic achievements of the students are shown as follows:
    TDC part – III passed 84.67% with 2 nos. 1st class.
    TDC Part- II passed 91.11% with 8 nos. 1st class.
    TDC Part – I passed 81.81% with 4 nos. 1st class.
    Nine nos. of students were provided prizes and awards from the college authority as
       well as the concerned departments for securing highest marks in term-end
       examination/08.
36. Activities of Guidance and Counselling Cell :
    The Guidance and Counselling Cell of the college has been run by each department for
       a period of fifteen days in turn in which the needy students have been provided
       Academic Counselling.
    At the initiative of the Guidance and Counselling Cell of the college cluster group
       guidance service was provided to the students with ten to fifteen students under the
       guidance of one teacher.
37. Placement Service Provided to Students : No
38. Developmental Programme for Non-teaching Staff:
      Three (3) nos. of non-teaching staff were provided computer training with the help of
       Computer Education Centre of the college.
39. Healthy Practices of the Institution :
           (i)     Preparation of course plan, teaching plan and maintenance of departmental diary.
           (ii)    Continuous and comprehensive evaluation through the self-designed “Seven Point
                   Grading Scale”.
           (iii)   Teachers‟ Self-appraisal.
           (iv)    Student feedback on course, campus & teachers.
           (v)     Grievance Redressal Cell.
           (vi)    Guidance & Counselling services (only educational)
           (vii) Information and career guidance through ICGC.
           (viii) Book Bank facilities.
           (ix)    Students‟ Aid Fund & memorial scholarship to poor & meritorious students.
           (x)     Democratic & transparent process of decision-making.
           (xi)    Incentives to outstanding sports persons.
           (xii) Financial assistance to one poor but meritorious student by each department.
           (xiii) Library services to community members.
           (xiv) Observation / Celebration of important days & divas.
           (xv) Formation of Students Union Body through democratic process.
           (xvi) Publication of Rural Messenger, Beacon, News letter etc. through publication unit.
           (xvii) Publication of departmental wall magazine & departmental bulletin.
           (xviii) Community Museum.
           (xix) Students‟ Charter.
           (xx) Cluster System of group guidance.


40. Linkage development with National/Internal, Academic/Research Bodies: No.




                                                               (K. GOGOI)
                  CO-ORDINATORS, IQAC                          PRINCIPAL,
                   MORIDHAL COLLEGE                         MORIDHAL COLLEGE
                  DIST : DHEMAJI (ASSAM)                   DIST : DHEMAJI (ASSAM)
                                         PART – C

                 ANNUAL ACTION PLAN FOR THE SESSION 2008-09
                    MORIDHAL COLLEGE, P.O. MORIDHAL
                          DIST- DHEMAJI, ASSAM.

INTRODUCTION :
       This plan, prepared by IQAC on the basis of the draft annual action plans of different
departments, committees and concerned individuals of the College, is approved by the
Governing Body on dtd. 30-07-08. It is in conformity to the goals and objectives of the
College and it covers all activities selected for execution during the academic session 2008-
09 under the heads as shown below :
ACADEMIC ASPECT:

   Apart from the normal activities like preparation of prospectus, daily class routine,
midterm revision of class routine, academic calendar, collection of departmental course
plan, departmental annual reports, teachers’ monthly class accounts, the following
activities will be undertaken during the session.
    Organising freshmen social cum students orientation programme on 5th July/08.
    Observation of College foundation day as “Foundation Day lecture” or 2nd August/08.
    Observation of Teachers Day, Gandhi Jayantee, and other important Days & Divas for
       inculcating moral and ethical values and to develop the sense of unity, integrity and
       patriotism.
    Conduct of Debate, Discussion, Symposium, Seminars among the students.
    Organising Inter-college quiz competition in memory of Late Basanta Dihingia, on
       August 31st /08.
    Field Trip for Environmental Studies and other subjects concerned.
    Remedial coaching for ST, SC and other poor learners will be conducted during the 3rd
       & 4th week of January and February as well as special measures will be taken for
       advance learners.
   Collection of student feedback on teachers, course and campus experiences in the
     last part of the session.
   Preparation of Seven Point Grading Scale for continuous and comprehensive
     evaluation of students.
   Conduct of faculty and staff development programme at least 1 (one).
   At least, one National Level Seminar will be organised.
   Opening of IGNOU Study Centre (under convergence Scheme) during the session.
   More career oriented courses will be introduced.
   Minor Research project will be conducted by the teachers on UGC‟s funding.
   At least 7 (seven) teachers will be deputed for career advancement programme.
   Publication of Research oriented journal.
   7 (seven) days “Yoga” education programme will be organized during the month of
     November.
   Study on indigenous Tribes of the local area will be started under the “Study and
     Research Centre for Indigenous Tribes” of the College (newly formed)
INFASTRUCTURE.
   Construction of permanent kitchen cum dining hall at Girls‟ Hostel.
   Renovation of old hostel building of the Girls‟ Hostel.
   Completion of the construction of Education and Geography laboratory.
   Construction of Distance Education Centre and Computer Education Centre.
   Completion of the construction of “Conference Hall on the first floor of the library
     building.
   College canteen will be renovated to make it more spacious.
   Construction of new Girls‟ common room.
   Improvement of Boys‟ common room.
   Construction of Training & Production centre, woman hostel, and office room will be
    started at the campus No. 2 in collaboration with “Santi Sadhana Ashram” for
    providing training & production of cane and bamboo craft, weaving & reeling etc.
   Installation of V-SAT for regular Internet connectivity.
   The process of library automation will be initiated.
RESOURCE MOBILISATION
Besides the regular sources of resources such as Government grants in-aid for salary,
admission, tuition and other fees collection from students, the required resources will be
generated from both internal and external sources.
   (a) Internal Sources : Collection from Reprography, Photography, Internet, College
       canteen, Sale of old question papers, Distance Education, Self financing courses,
       College fishery, farming etc.
   (b) External Sources :
           Grant from UGC
           Central & State Govt.
           Parents committee
           Alumni
           MP‟s & MLA‟s LAD fund.
STUDENTS’ WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES
 Continuance of :
           Students Aid fund
           Departmental students‟ welfare fund
           Free admission to poor but meritorious students.
           Awards & Incentives to the meritorious students and sports person.
           Memorial scholarship to poor & meritorious students.
             Book Bank facilities to economically weak students.
           Cluster Group guidance.
           Maintenance of Student Diary.
           Publication of departmental wall magazine and students‟ union magazine.
           Reprography facilities.
 Spacious canteen with hygienic food items.
 Providing more sports apparatus.
 15 days sports & physical education training.
 Open space sitting facilities.
 Organising health check-up camp in the hostel.
 Providing more text books, reference books and journals of latest edition to cover-up the
   new syllabi.
 Easy access to computer & Internet facility.
 Providing more facilities in common-rooms for spending leisure time.


EXTENSION ACTIVITIES & COMMUNITY SERVICES


   In this aspect adoption of model village will be continued. During this year the following
activities will be undertaken in the model village.
    Organising a meeting in the village inviting all heads of the related government
       departments of the District to discuss the various problems of the village and extend
       possible help from the concerned departments to solve these problems.
    Organising a health check-up camp at the village.
    Organising training for Self Help Group.
    Adult literacy programme will be conducted for left out in the previous programme.
    Organising a NSS special camp in the village for cleaning and repairing of Namghar
       (common prayer house), primary school and village road.
 Organising 1 (one) blood donation camp at the premises of the College.
 Organising an awareness programme in a interior village on Human Rights and on Right
   to information Act.


MANAGERIAL ASPECT


    As far as possible the administrative works will be computerized.
    Staff development programme will be organised.
    A meeting of the parents, teachers and administrative staff will be organized for
       discussing the problems of students, and all-round development of the College.
               Moreover, the IQAC will play a pivotal role in monitoring and coordinating
      different administrative wings of the College such as the different committees,
      departments and cells. It will also look after the executing of various plans and
      programmes; prepare Annual plans, Annual Budget, Academic Report, IQAR and
      evaluate Teachers‟ self appraisal report etc.
Conclusion :
      The college will try its best to make optimum utilization of its human and material
resources and involve all stockholders as and when required for the implementation of the
programmes as chalked out in this plan for the session with view to achieve its desired goals
and objectives.




                                                            (K. GOGOI)
             CO-ORDINATORS, IQAC                            PRINCIPAL,
              MORIDHAL COLLEGE                           MORIDHAL COLLEGE
             DIST : DHEMAJI (ASSAM)                     DIST : DHEMAJI (ASSAM)