THE ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT (AQAR) OF THE IQAC
YEAR OF REPORT – 2005-06
I. The Plan of Action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the year ,2005-06:
As per the suggestions given by the Peer Team (visited our instituion on 11-12
October, 2004) in their report, the IQAC of our college chalked out some plan of
action at the beginning of the year, 2006-07 to be accomplished within this year. The
following are the details of plan of action –
1. It is proposed to complete the work of new administrative block of the college,
which is under construction under the “Buniyaad” grant received from the State
Govt. worth Rs.10 lakhs. If it is completed within this year then, complete
administration block will be shifted from the main college building.
2. Proposal was made to utilise “Building Grant” received from UGC under Xth Plan
and send utilisation certificate to UGC without delay.
3. It is proposed to start a few diploma courses in some spoken languages to
develop the speaking abilities of the students beyond their mother tongues.
Some recommended courses are –
a. Spoken English
b. Spoken Hindi
c. Spoken Sanskrit
4. The IQAC will look for starting up a number of Professional courses by tying up
with some leading professional institutions for helping students in their career
building. Some of the suggested courses are – textile designing, interior
designing and fashion designing. The courses will be available at +2 stage
initially but these will be upgraded to the degree level in the course of time.
5. The IQAC will try its best to go for internet connectivity of the institution from the
UGC grant sanctioned for the purpose and to open its own web site and e-mail
6. As the peer team stressed upon the need for introducing group insurance for the
students, it is proposed to initiate the process.
7. The IQAC feels the need to introduce the method of receiving admission fees of
the student through bank form the year 2006 to reduce the risk of cash handling.
8. It is also proposed to encourage the teachers of the college to go for accepting
minor/ major research projects to enrich their knowledge building as UGC is
providing grant for the same.
9. To cooperate with the head of the institution in smooth running of the classes
was felt to be the top priority in addition to all the above.
10. To speed up the departmental activities both inside and outside the class room.
II. Outcome achieved by the end of the academic year 2005-2006:
The IQAC has been able to achieve the following results of the targeted objects –
1. Relating to plan of action no. (1) the unfinished work of the administrative block
was fully completed and it is proposed to finalise a date for formal shifting of
different offices (including Principal‟s and Vice Principal‟s offices) at the
beginning of the next academic year (i.e 2006-07).
2. Relating to plan of action no. (2) it is seen that the UGC grant under Xth plan was
utilised in full under specified heads and very soon the authority will send
utilisation certificate to the UGC.
3. The proposal relating to plan of action no. (3) was finalised and the Diploma
Courses for Spoken English, Spoken Hindi and Spoken Sanskrit wil be started
from the new academic session 2006-2007. A sub committee will be formed for
4. In connection with plan of action no. (4) plans have been finalised to start the
following diploma courses from the academic session 2006-07. A professional
firm “Glamour” of Guwahati has been tied up for the purpose:
Courses are –
a. Diploma in Fashion Designing – 6 months duration
b. Diploma in Textile Designing – 6 months duration
c. Diploma in Interior Designing – 6 months duration
d. Adv. Diploma in Interior Designing – 1 Year duration
It is proposed to introduce the above diploma courses under item no. (4) initially
from +2 level and upgrade the same to degree course as early as possible.
5. Relating to plan of action no. (5) the initiation process has been made for internet
connectivity of our college. A computer with internal modem has been purchased
and a separate room has been allotted for internet operation. Application has
been made for Broad Band connection and web page designing and hosting.
Quotation have been called for web page designing, hosting and registration.
6. Relating to plan of action no. (6), it is proposed to place the matter before the
governing body for obtaining formal approval to go for Group Insurance of the
students for the welfare of students community. The matter will be discussed in
the next Governing Body Meeting so that proper plan of action could be taken
from the next academic session.
7. As proposed by the Peer Team, college authority agrees to receive students
admission and other fees through a nationalized bank. All fees of the students
will be received through U.B.I., Chowkidingi branch of Dibrugarh and the process
will be initiated from the next session of admission of students in the year 2006.
8. Relating to Plan of action of Sl.no. 8, it is found that the following teachers were
sanctioned financial assistance from U.G.C. for Minor Research Projects –
Sl.No. Name of the Dept. Amount U.G.C. letter no.
1. Mrs. B.P. Sonowal History 55,000/- F.5-310/2005-
2. Dr. S.K. Jha Hindi 75,000/- F.5-348/2005-
3. Sri P.K.C. Phukan Mathematics 60,000/- F.5-81/2005-
4. Dr. K. Saikia Economics 50,000/- F.5-95/2004-05 dtd.
9. During this academic session the classes were held regularly and tutorial
classes, practicals, departmental seminars etc. were held time to time. The
results of the T.D.C. final year for the year 2005 was also very encouraging
which is shown as under –
Appeared Passed Pass Percentage
B.A. 86 63 73.26%
B.Com. 19 16 84.21%
B.Sc. 86 75 87.21%
10. Relating to plan of action no. 10, most of the departments agreed to organise
departmental seminars/symposium/workshops from time to time which may yield
encouraging result. All the depts., enriched their libraries with good books and
journals. All the books are suitable for information in career building of the
students of the departments concerned. Dept. of Sanskrit organised „Sanskrit
Divas‟ on 3rd Sept. 2005 in the college premises which was very successful. A
book under the title „Sanskrit Sanskriti” was released on this occasion by Dr.
Deboranjon Dhar, guest speaker on this occasion. A spoken Sanskrit Course
was conducted by the dept. of Sanskrit from 12/9/2006 to 8/10/2005. Mr. Durga
Upadhyaya, a trained instructor, approved by the UGC, was appointed to
carryout this course.
1. Activities reflecting the goals and objectives of the institution –
The detailed activities under plan of action as mentioned in Part A highlight the
main goals and objectives of the institution although there is ample scope to
enhance such selected activities.
2. New academic programmes initiated by the college though sub-mobilisation of
resources are some of the diploma courses starting from the new academic
session 2006-07 as already mentioned in Part A.
3. The innovations in curricular design and transaction are in the process of
finalisation by the Dibrugarh University authorities. We are still following the
ongoing Dibrugarh University‟s curricular design.
4. We are planning for inter disciplinary programmes which are likely to be started
from the next session.
5. The examination reforms implemented on 2003-04 are still going on in our
6. Initiative towards faculty development programmes are being taken by the
authority of the college by granting leave, financial assistance etc. from time to
time to the faculties of this college.
7. Proposals are made to conduct seminars/ workshops in the next academic year
8. Research projects already completed are mentioned in Part A (Sl.No. 8) and
some teachers have undertaken Minor Research Project recently.
9. Research grants for MRP received from UGC by the teachers has been
mentioned in Part A. One of our colleagues Sri Sashi Kanta Saikia is going to
submit his Ph.D. thesis shortly in D.U.
10. Research Scholars undertaking research leading to Ph.D. are the following:
i. Bipul Baruah Phy.
ii. Abhijeet Das Phy.
iii. Mitali Baruah History
iv. Bontee Phukan Sonowal History
v. Biren Baruah Assamese
11. Internal resources generated from different sources like Buniyaad Scheme of
Govt. of Assam, financial assistance to colleges, donations received from
MPLAD fund, Past etc.
12. This college regularly provides community services like holding of health camps
with local doctors, health awareness campaign, imparting extension education to
students of various section within the districts of Dibrugarh.
13. Teachers and officers newly recruited are as under –
Dr, S.K. Jha ; (Dept. of Hindi)
Nirmali Saikia (Dept. of Commerce)
Preeti Rekha Hazarika (Dept. of Commerce)
Raju Paul (Dept. of Commerce)
Rumi Duarah (Dept. of English)
14. The present teaching and non- teaching staff Ratio is – 27:10
15. Library services have been fully computerized and students are provided with
reading room facility fully equipped with books and journals of national and
16. Students‟ assessment of teachers through Students‟ Feed Back were done by all
departments as per direction of the college authority and actions were also taken
to change their teaching attitudes.
17. The UNIT COST OF Education of the college is – Rs.9454/- (approximately)
18. Computerisation of administration, the process of admission, examination results
and issue of certificate has been completed.
19. The work of new construction of class rooms is under process and after shifting
of the old administrative offices, the old rooms will be allotted to different depts.
20. As the grant for starting up Internet connection has been received from the UGC
in the year 2005 the same will be operational from the year 2006-07. The
required equipments and infrastructures for the same are in the process of being
21. Some students who are economically backward are provided books from “Book
Bank” and financial aid by relaxation of fees.
22. We have an alumni association established in 2004. The members of the
association have been providing timely support both in cash and kind.
23. We have a provision of special admission quota for outstanding sport persons in
24. In the academic year 2005-06, we have been providing career counselling and
guidance to our students including storing of various career oriented books and
journals. Our resource persons are encouraged to interact with our students.
25. Computer literary programmes are initiated for some of non-teaching staff of our
26. Most of our teachers are members of several national/ international organization.
Some of some organisations are – NEEA, ICAI, Indian Red Cross Society,
Rotary Club of India and Aranyak.
27. Some of our teachers have the distinction of publishing research articles/ Papers
in Journals of National and International standards. They are –
Name Title of paper Name of Journal
1. Dr. Dilip Kalita i. Few Plants and Animal Indian Journal of Traditional
based falk medicines from Knowledge
Dibrugarh District (Assam) Vol.4 No.1 (Jan, 2005)
(A joint paper)
ii. Ethnomedicines of the Agrobious, Jodhpur (India)
Sonowal Kacharies of (2005-06)
Brahmaputra Valley, Assam
(A joint paper)
iii. Ethnomedicines used for Shidium Press, LIC Texas-
the treatment of Urinary 77072, USA
tract infections from
Brahamputra Valley, Assam
(A joint paper)
2. Dr. Hardeep Kaur Walia Arthur Miller, A Social Surabhi Publisher, Jaipur
3. Ruma Phukan “Night at Baghe Tapu” Yatra, Vol.2 No.1 (1/2006)
(Translated story) ed. Dr. D.J. Borah,
“The Wolf Boy” Katha, New Delhi
A play by Arun Sarma (A 2005
Dr. Dilip Kalita of Botany Dept. has written the following books in local language for the
school/college students in particular –
1. Paribesh Bijnan, A text book for degree students
2. Deuka Rakhyashor Sadhu ( A collection of Assamese folk tale)
The following plan of action have been chalked out to complete in the academic session
1. To complete the new class room building which is about to start with the grant
received from U.G.C. (X th plan)
2. To arrange for organizing yoga/ reiki camp for the student/ teachers.
3. To organize departmental seminar/ workshop from time to time.
4. To ensure the setting up of intercom facility between offices and the library to
speed up communication.
5. To purchase books for the departmental libraries to enrich the stock of books for
the use of the faculties.
6. To organize a state/national level seminar/conference on a topic of social
importance and to ensure maximum participation in the same.
7. To send the teachers for NCC training, as NCC opens up many opportunities for
career and personal improvements.
8. To ensure quality education for the students and to encourage them to go for
professional course like CA, CS, ICWA etc.
(Mr. Miren Borobora) (Dr. Mahesh Kr. Jain)
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