Duliajan Girls’ College was established in the year 1992 as an Arts college at Duliajan in the Dibrugarh district in the state of Assam under the leadership of the then Principal Late Nitya Dutta. The college is the brainchild of the untiring and sincere effort of a handful of farsighted residents of Duliajan.Surrounded by the lush tea gardens, and OIL industry along with the OIL township, built by the British, long back, it imparts the educational needs of women of the surrounding vicinity.There had been a dearth of higher educational facilities specially for women in this area long back and Duliajan Girls’ College has fulfilled this.
Along with a team of foresighted eminent personalities, the college started with a number of 183 students in H.S and 11 students in the degree level in Madhya Zaloni School as a morning college.In 1997, Oil India Limited, a leading oil industry of the country, which has its drilling headquarters in Duliajan, donated the college 6 bighas, 3 kothas of land in Duliajan itself to open an independent college. A plot of land measuring 2 bighas, 3 kothas 6 lechas has been acquired from Oil India Limited under CSIR project of OIL to build a girls hostel.
With almost no infrastructure, and an honorarium for the teachers involved, the students started coming up with excellent results. The yearly finanace was funded by the teachers by organizing lottery, theatre etc. and collecting donation from OIL, AGCL and the local people. The College is proud of imparting knowledge in the field of humanities among the students fraternity. During the past period, the college is able to bring laurels from the students’ fraternity through their achievements in educational and co-curricular fields.
The college was affiliated to the DU in 27.06.1995 vide letter NO.DU/RG/IC/PER/95-96/289-93 and obtained Permanent Affiliation Dtd.07.07.2010, Vide letter No.DU/RG/DCDC/DGC/PERM Aff./2010-2011/8096-102,dtd.07.07.10. The college has its own examination centre. The college was also included under 2(f) and12 (B) in 13.05.2011 Vide.letter No.F.No.8-394/2010 (CPP-I/C) by the UGC. The college has successfully completed its 30th year of its existence and miles to go ahead achieving feats after feats.
The college offers B.A in distance mode by K.K.Handique State Open University introduced in 2015 to provide an opportunity for the workers, employees, government servants, and non-priviledged students to have a degree /diploma. Some departments of this institution organize subject specific educational tours to various important places to gear up and introduce the students with the latest demands. The college has its own NSS Unit and Physical Fitness Cell under which Ranger (Bharat Scouts and Guide) Unit, Sports and Yoga has done a tremendous job by catering to the welfare of the society in maintaining discipline and integrity. NSS Unit provides social service in and around Duliajan, especially in the adopted Da-Hukuta village. The Career Counselling and Guidance Cell of the college are also very active and orient the students towards proper direction of employment and job prospects. The NSDC also equally trains the students in employability skills. The college has the Anti-Sexual Harrasement Cell (ICC) and Women Cell, under which the Women Welfare Cell works. These Cells provide information as well as hold programmes to equally equip the students and the people of the surrounding area on various issues relating to women.The college has the Human Rights Cell, Alumni Cell, Placement Cell, Psychological and Personality Development Counseling Cell, Function Record Keeping Cell,OBC Students Welfare Cell,Disaster Management Cell,Vigilance Cell and Entrepreneurship Development Cell. The Extension Activity Cell provides opportunities to the surrounding area of the college and provides training as well as programs beneficial for them. The Grievance Redressal Cell also sensitizes the students of the college to put up their grievances to be taken care of later.
The college has a number of committees to maintain a healthy atmosphere. They are Anti-Ragging Committee, Purchase Committee, Maintenance Committee, Book Bank Committee,InfrastructureCommittee,AcademicCommittee,SwachBharatAbhiyan Committee, CollegeDevelopmentCommittee, FinanceCommittee, AdmissionCommittee,
Committee for Distance Education,Routine Committee,Research Committee,Disciplinary Committtee, Students Feedback Committee, Library Committee, Book Bank Committee, Literary Committee, Parents Committee ,Medical and First Aid Committee,Website Update Committee,Committee for Annual Report,SWAYAM and MOOCs Committee ,Environmental Committee,House Keeping Committee and Skill Development Committee. All these Cells and Committees entrust the students to make them strong women of the society.
The idea of women education in and around the OIL township of Duliajan was conceived by a few dynamic personalities from Duliajan with a public meeting on the 1st of August 1992,in Oil Higher School Duliajan.Hence it was decided that a college by the name Duliajan Girls’ College ,exclusively for higher education for women would be set up.Thus began the saga of Duliajan Girls’ College on the 5th of September 1992 in the Paschim Zaloni L.P.School.
Not having a permanent campus was challenging, as the classes had to be conducted in the morning hours from 6.15 am till 10.45 am before the start of the classes of Paschim Zaloni L.P.School.The timing was shared with the school in the morning hours from 6.15 to 10.45 am, with only two classes ie,H.S first year, with 181 students and degree first year, with 11 students. Today , this institution has since grown into a full fledged degree college along with the H.S section with more than 700 students at present and providing quality education and training in different spheres and bringing out smart, capable young women in the service to the society.
With over 9 bighas of land, and a built up area of 5496 sq m,with all modern amenities like Principal’s room, Vice-Principal’s room,computer laboratory,education laboratory, home-science laboratory, digital library, digital classrooms, for teaching and learning purpose. The college is also well equipped with a big auditorium, with a sitting capacity of more than 400,hygienic canteen, girls’ common room, well planned parking space etc.
Initially the faculty members were paid rupees 250 per month as honorarium by the founder Principal Late Nitya Dutta.The payment was given on time in a very dignified manner –the money in a white envelope with the person’s name and qualification written on it and always on time.Funds were always a constraint and different fund collection drives were carried out at different times.Organizing mobile theatres,lotteries and other fund generating events took place.Getting financial aid from Oil India Limited,Assam Gas Company Limited,DNPL,19 Jath Regiment,Schlumberger and the general public was the great support of the institution which allowed it to survive.From the year of conception, Freshers Social was celebrated.The College Week and Students Election took place from the year 1997 and slowly other festivals like Saraswati Puja,Sankardev Tithi,Biswakarma Puja were celebrated .
As time passed,the college got affiliation from the Dibrugarh University,and permission to open up Major in all subjects.Additional subjects like Advanced Assamese,Advanced Hindi,Sattriya,Yoga,Ranger were introduced.The Teachers Association was formed in the year 1997 and IQAC was formed in 2013.
One thing which we take pride in is the final results of the college.Although we do not recieve the brightest of students in class 11 or degree standard,but,encourage the girl child pass out with flying colours, and stop the dropouts withour untiring efforts we are able to get good results from our students,Star,Distinction marks,and highest marks from the University with good positions and even toppers in a few batches .
To encourage the girl student to study and pass out with flying colours,and stop dropout from the college due to financial crisis,the college has provisions of providing admissions with a nominal fee for the financially weak students. The college also has provisions for awarding scholarships to the meritorious but financially weak students, sponsored by well wishers like ‘Kusum Tamuli Memorial Award ‘for the best graduate of the college, sponsored by the family members. The ‘Sailendra Kumar Borah Memorial Scholarship’ is sponsored by Mrs.Loni Borah.The ‘Premananda Trust Scholarship’is sponsored by Mr. Ajoy Kumar Bhattacharjee,The Biren Borkotoky Memorial Scholarship’is sponsored by Mrs. Sujata Borkotoky,The ‘Shyamananda Baishya Memorial Scholarship’is sponsored by Dr.Santanu Baishya.The ‘Jatin Tamuli Memorial Scholarship’ has been sponsored by Mrs.Chandralekha Tamuli.The Ladies Club of Duliajan has also been providing financial assistance to the meritorious students every year.
The college organizes Educational Excursions, Field Trips, Study Tours,College Picnics,Get togethers for students.With the dedication of teaching and non-teaching staff,this ‘Temple of Knowledge’is all set to empower women through education and reach the heights with dedication and commitment through excellence.
Duliajan Girls’ College, Established in 1992 aims to become a vibrant centre of continuing education for the women. Building capacity of women for economic empowerment is another vision of this institution regardless of age and social circumstances. This is what would make this institution a true harbinger of creative opportunities for women to transform their outlook for the significant development of the nation.
Our College is committed to the cause of women empowerment through access to education, to meet the changing socioeconomic needs with human values and purposeful social responsibility, to withstand the changes in the field of education, intellectually challenging diverse environment etc. The focus remains on building up a harmonious personalty by creating responsible world citizen to make a vibrant and sustainable society.
Women power is a reservoir of all strength and energy to bring peace and prosperity to the world at their will.
INSTITUTIONAL CODE OF CONDUCT FOR STUDENTS:
Duliajan Girls’ College, Estd.-1992
CAMPUS RULES AND REGULATIONS:
The students who are enrolled into this college are expected to have certain minimum requirements in terms of their behavior, value system and intellectual capacity. Students are required to strictly follow in all their activities in the college, by following minimum code of conduct, violation of which would result in cancellation of their examination and automatic expulsion of their names from the rolls of the college.
Identity Card –
Each student at the time of admission will be issued an Identity badge which can be easily clipped to her any sleeve of upper garment. The card should bear a passport size photograph along with the signature of the college authority. Every student who enters the college premises is expected to wear the identity card, failing which the student will not be allowed to enter the college.
Dress Code –
Every student is expected to dress in a decent and proper manner to signify that they are students of Duliajan Girls’ College.
Every student is expected to dress in whit salwar kameez with green dupatta and black cardigan during winter. If they fail to meet this standard, the student may be sent home to change her clothes and receive a warning. If dress code violation continue, strict disciplinary action will be applied.
In order to ensure overall development of the student, college has evolved a unique mentor system in keeping with the college motto- “Women power is a reservoir of all strength and energy to bring peace and prosperity to the world at their will”. Each student will be attached to a faculty member who has to advice, guide and discuss college related issues and activities. For this purpose, the students are required to meet the concerned faculty members every week or monthly.
All students are required to have minimum 75% attendance in each subject for e very semester failing which the concerned students will not be allowed to sit in the end semester examination
Use of mobile / Camera-
The college strictly prohibits the use of mobiles / Cameras during class hours. Any student found guilty of the same will be subjected to disciplinary action like a fine of 2000/which will have to be paid by the student and the mobile seized by the college. But whenever it is necessary solely for the academic activities, they will be allowed to bring the same.
Use of library –
Students should observe complete silence when they are in the library since the library is meant to be Centre of learning and hub of wisdom. So, students are expected read and follow the regulations notified on the library notice board from time to time.
Students are strictly prohibited from writing on the walls, desks and benches or from indulging in graffiti writing specially in the toilet. Anyone found doing so, will have to pay the cost of painting the wall or room as the case may be.
Students are expected to practice for various sports competition and sports activities either early in the morning or after their class hours. Students who are attending sports practice or participating in competitive sports or games should ensure that their movement diary is signed by the sports instructor on day to day basis. They should also obtain the counter signature of the Principal for such sports activity once a week.
Use of Computer-
Every student who enters the computer room should ensure that they enter their name, class, roll no. etc. at the time of their entry in the register kept for the purpose. They should use the computer only as per the rules and regulations of the Computer Department. Any deviation in this regard will be considered as serious offence and will result in severe punishment including expulsion of the student from the college.
Code of conduct regarding election of college Student Union-
All the students who have minimum 75% attendance in all subjects for all the semesters are deemed eligible to be members of the college student union. For the purpose of smooth interaction and co- operation, the college authority may call for election from each class a minimum of two members. Such an election will be conducted during the normal working hours as per the academic calendar of the affiliated university. Students interested in representing their class is also elected through the electoral poll. The candidates who get elected are calibrated as per their efficiency. Students are not allowed to canvass like exhibition of Political, Religious or Community affiliation during the campaigning.
Proposal by students regarding college acuities –
The college carry out various scholastic activities and co-scholastic activities during the course of the academic year. These activities are organized and coordinated by the representative of student union and the group of students who have the creativity, interest and dedication. The students are requested to plan programmes with their own groups. They are required to put up their proposal in a brief written format to the Principal who will discuss the same with the faculty and after obtaining the approval of the faculty, the proposal will be put up for further action. Thereafter the group will be guided in organizing the programme under the supervisor who are the teachers of the college. In normal course, Principal of the college will be available in the office during usual working hours.
Students suggestion through Grievance Cell-
Principal and members of the teaching faculty meet once in every fortnight to plan the various activities of the college, review academic progress and also co-operate in the functioning of the college. Students may put up their suggestion or grievances into the drop box which are provided in the college campus and the grievances are resolved through the faculty meeting periodically.
Ban on plastic use and substance abuse –
Smoking, consumption of alcoholic drinks, use of plastic and use of substance abuse are strictly prohibited within the premises of the college and within the radius of 10 meters, beyond the college premises. Any person indulging in such activity is subject to suitable disciplinary action as per the existing law.
Ban on ragging in the college –
Ragging is banned in the college and anyone found indulging in ragging is likely to be punished which may include expulsion from the college. Ragging has been banned and made punishable offence as per the Prohibition of Ragging Act, 2008 of the Supreme Court.
Staff student relation –
The students are expected to maintain cordial and respectful relation with each of the staff. This should also ensure that this relationship is only for the purpose of studying in this college.
Quality Management System:
|2008||Star Marks – 1 (Eng. Alt E., Soc.), Letters Marks In Home Sc – 2, Socialogy – 1|
|2009||Star Marks – 1, Letter Marks in Education – 3, English – 1, Home Sc – 3, Sociology – 2, Economics – 1|
|2010||Star Marks – 1, Letter Marks in Edu.,(3), Eng. (1), H. Sc. (3), Socio (2), Eco (1)|
|2011||Star Marks – 3 Nos., Letter Marks 24 Nos. (Assamese – 7 , Eng – 1 , Edu – 1 , Socio – 1 , Pol Sc. – 5, Eco – 4 , H.Sc. , 2 , Satriya Dance – 3) 1st Division – 17 Nos.|
|2012||Star Marks – 1 ,Letter Marks – 20 (Assamese – 6, Eng – 1 , Bengali – 1 , Edu – 2 , H. Sc. 8, Satriya dance – 2) 1st Division – 17|
|2013||Letter Marks – 7 Nos., (As – 01 , Edu – 01 , H. Sc – 03, Satriya Dance –02), 1st Division – 06 Nos|
|2014||Star Marks 6 Nos., Letter Marks 25 Nos., (Assamese – 4, Adv. Hindi – 1 , Eng – 4, Edu – 5, Hindi – 1 , H.Sc. – 4 , Socio – 3 , Satriya Dance – 3) 1st Division – 17nos.|
|2015||Letter Marks – 11 ( Assamese – 6 , Eng – 1 , Alternative Eng – 2, Adv Assamese – 1 , Satriya Dance – 1) , 1st Division – 10 Nos|
|2016||Letter Marks – 7 (Assamese – 3 , H. Sc. – 2, Socio – 2) 1st Division 8 Nos|
|2009||1st Class – 4 ( Political Science – 4 , Dist – 3 )|
1st Class – 2 ( Political Sc – 1 , Dist. – 1 )
|2011||1st Class – 3 (Sociology – 1 , Assamese – 1 , Education – 1 )|
1st Class – 1 (with Distn. in Education )
1st Class – 10 (with Distn. in Socio), (Sociology – 2, Home Science – 3)
1st Class – 25 (Pol. Sc – 8 Nos with Distin. 1, Assamese – 1 , English – 2 , Eco – 6 , Socio – 3 , Edu – 4 , H.Sc. – 1 )
|2015||1st Class – 15 (Eng . – 1 with Distn., Assamse – 2 , Socio -1 , H. Sc. – 5 , Edu – 6, Pass Course – 4nos . 1st Class|
Best Graduate –
- Miss Rashmi Rekha Bordoloi ( 1st Class with distin Pol Sc ) 2013-2014
- Miss Harshdeep Kaur ( 1st Class with distin Eng ) 2014-2015
- Miss Dimpi Borgohain obtained highest Marks in the state (93%) in Sattriya Dance (2013-2014)
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*All Certificate*Duliajan Girls' College
ICT (Certificate):3.5.1(Certificate) 2021
ICT 2020:3.5.1 (ICT 2020)
ICT 2019:3.5.1 (ICT 2019)
Home Science 2022:3.5.1 (Home Sc. 2022)
English 2022:3.5.1 (English 2022) 2
English 2022:3.5.1 (English 2022) 1
Economics 2021:3.5.1 (Economics 2021)
NEP (National Education Policy)
* Task Force Committee:
Institutional Preparedness for New Education Policy
The college is affiliated to Dibrugarh University which is a state university. The college has to follow the road map or guidelines prepared by Dibrugarh University. The affiliating university is taking necessary steps with regard to Multidisciplinary/ interdisciplinary programs and is expected to be implemented soon. As and when University prepares or provides a curriculum to implement the multidisciplinary / interdisciplinary structure of New Education Policy the college shall abide by it.
The college has available opportunities within the campus to implement Multidisciplinary / interdisciplinary courses. Even in the curriculum there is a course on Environmental Awareness for all the students enrolled for any UG program. In addition to that the college has a Home Science department, where several life skills are taught and there is a possibility of extending specific courses on Home Science to other programs as well but this is subject to the provisions available in the guidelines prepared by Dibrugarh University for NEP.
- Academic Bank Credits:
Provisions of Academic bank of Credit proposed in the NEP to facilitate multiple entries and exit points in their academic programs. There is also possibility to earn and deposit credit through National schemes like SWAYAM, NPTEL, and V-Lab etc. as mentioned in the policy. It shall be also considered for credit transfer and accumulation in this provision. By these, students will able to earn credits on completion of the course. The affiliating university is working on the modalities of the multiple entry and exit policies and on the transfer of credit in the different UG programs. The College shall abide by the curriculum and structure prepared by the affiliating university in this regard as and when it is brought into force.
- Skill Development:
The college has already developed some skill development courses. These courses can be attended by students enrolled in any program in the college. Such courses are not affiliated to the university but are run, managed and administered by the college. Some such courses are NSDC,Six Months Certificate Course on Spoken English, Food Preservation and Processing, Women and Childrens’ Clothing , Yoga, VCTS( Vocational Course in Travel Consultant). These courses are expected to enhance the skills of the students in those areas where they are relatively weak.
- Appropriate Integration of Indian Knowledge system ( teaching in Indian Language, culture, using online course):
The NEP has given high priority to the preservation and promotion of India’s culture and languages. In this regard appropriate integration of the Indian Knowledge system particularly teaching in Indian languages is to be done.
In the college, already there are two medium of instructions i.e. English and Vernacular. All the programs at the UG level can be pursued either in English or in Vernacular medium. In addition to that ,the different language departments available in the college includes English, Assamese, Bengali and Hindi.
- Focus on Outcome based Education (OBE):
The objectives set out in the NEP on OBE are competency, standard, benchmarks, and attainment of targets. The college is waiting for such a mechanism to be developed by the affiliating university. The changes in the UG curriculum that is been planned by the affiliating university related to the implementation of the NEP is expected to include OBE. The college is prepared to fulfill the objectives and achieve the target as per the structural curriculum provided by the affiliating university.
- Distance Education/Online Education:
During the Covid pandemic, online classes were conducted very effectively by all faculties in all programes. Both teachers and learners have experienced the online teaching and evaluation process through the application of different software like Google Meet, Google class room, Zoom etc. So, the institution is well prepared in this regard to start distance and online education. The college also has a study centre of the Krishna Kanta Handiqui State Open University (KKHSOU).Several Certificate, Degree Diploma programs are offered by the study centre in distance mode. Many students are benefited by this facility, particularly students who are unable to enrol as a regular student can pursue higher education through the study centre of KKHSOU.
*All Department wise Information*
Name of the Department Courses HOD. of the Department Faculty Main Window of the Department (view Page) Activities of the Departments Link
Assamese H.S. & B.A. (CBCS)
MIL & Adv.
Dr. M.D. Barman 1. Dr. M.D. Barman
2. Mrs. J. konwar
3. Mrs. P.Gogoi
4. Mr. M.J.Kalita
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Bengali H.S. & B.A. (CBCS)
Mr. H. Ch. Mandal 1. Mr. H. Ch. Mandal view Page Computer Science H.S. & B.A. (CBCS)
Mrs. Poonam Baruah Mrs. Poonam Baruah view Page Economics H.S. & B.A. (CBCS)
Dr. D. D. Saikia 1. Dr. D. D. Saikia
2. Dr. M.C.P.Gogoi
3. Mrs. H. Tamuli
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Education H.S. & B.A. (CBCS)
Mr. R. Baruah 1. Mr. R. Baruah
2. Mrs. R. Borah
3. Mrs. R.R.Dutta
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English H.S. & B.A. (CBCS)
Mrs. J. baishya 1. Mrs. J. baishya
2. Mrs. C.M. hazarika
3. Mr. R. Borkotokey
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EVS H.S. & B.A. (CBCS) Miss. J. Chitrakar 1. Miss. J. Chitrakar view Page More Details
Hindi H.S. & B.A. (CBCS)
MIL & Adv.
Mr. A. C. kalita 1. Mr. A. C. kalita
2. Miss S. Gupta
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Home Science H.S. & B.A. (CBCS)
Mrs. A. Gogoi 1. Mrs. A. Gogoi
2. Mrs. G. Dutta
3. Dr. B.L. Phukon
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Political Science H.S. & B.A. (CBCS) Mr. P. K. Mahanta 1. Mr. P. K. Mahanta
2. Mr. P.Rajguru
3. Mrs. A. baruah
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Sociology H.S. & B.A. (CBCS) Mrs. S. Borkataky 1. Mrs. S. Borkataky
2. Mrs. J. Borah
3. Mr. P.Gogoi
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Sattriya Dance H.S. & B.A. (CBCS) Mrs. S. Chutia 1. Mrs. S. Chutia
2. Miss. D. Sharma
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Yoga H.S. & B.A. (CBCS) Mr. D. Hazarika 1. Mr. D. Hazarika view Page More Details
NSS B.A. (CBCS)
Mr. A. C. kalita 1. Mr. A. C. kalita view Page More Details
In pursuance of its Action Plan for performance evaluation, assessments and accreditation and quality up-gradation of the institutes of Higher education, The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore proposes that every institution should establish an Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) for maintaining and enhancement of the quality of teaching learning and over-all improvement of the institutions. Since, quality enhancement is a continuous process; the IQAC will become a part of the institution system and act as a catalytic agent to develop a system for conscious, consistent performance of the institution. The IQAC will channelize all efforts and measure the institution towards promoting its holistic academic excellence and fostering global competence.
The institutional policies with regard to quality assurance are as follows:
* Ensure, sustain and enhance the quality of teaching learning evaluation and infrastructure and internalizing of the quality culture permeating every aspects of the college.
* Imparting quality education to the masses from the society caters to their diverse needs and fostering global competence among them.
* ICT enabled teaching learning
* Promotes research culture
* Faculty empowerment through workshops/seminar/conference
* Promoting professional development of the staff
* Quality feedback mechanism
* Performance appraisal mechanism
* Acting as a change agent in the institution.
* IQAC suggested conducting seminars/ workshops/ conference. During last five years feedback forms for evaluation of teachers by students are developed. Feedback forms stakeholders are sought on teachers, curriculum and campus.
* PBAS forms and API Scores of teachers are evaluated.
*Department wise examination results are analysed and reports are communicated to the Principal.
*Recommended for procurement of ICT infrastructure and impart training.
* Motivate faculty to adopt innovative teaching learning methods.
* Encourage faculty to conduct tours, excursions, field visit and surveys.
* Motivate faculty to establish collaboration linkages and MoUs.
Thus, over the years the IQAC has evolved into an all-encompassing coordinating cell which ensures a quality in all its endeavours. IQAC plays a crucial role in connecting and coordinating the various bodies in the institute especially in the matter related to the teaching- learning process in the institution. It functions as an umbrella organ engaging and interacting with all the other systems in materialising its goals and objectives.
* Creating a student centric learning and teaching -learning environment
* Enabling faculty to efficiently use e-learning tools so that everyone can be familiarized with the modern technology of learning.
* Considering the feedback of students, faculty and parents for the best practices.
* Organizing various inter and intra institutional workshops and seminars for the quality education and environment.
* Dissemination of informations on the various quality parameters of Higher Education.
* Documentation of the various programs/activities of the college, leading to quality improvement.
* Development and maintenance of institutional data base through MIS for the purpose of maintaining/enhancing/institutional quality.
- The departments are provided with computers, projectors and mostly all classrooms have CCTV connectivity.
- Faculties maintain daily record registers.
- The college has a seven hour security service at the gate, with a good reputation as one of the leading colleges of the district.
- The college has uninterrupted power and water supply.
- The members of the GB include eminent and experienced academicians and administrators who always try for the quality improvement of the students.
- The college is free from party politics. Election of the students’ Union is conducted in the Parliamentary mode.
- The college maintains the atmosphere of discipline.
- Competent faculties are appointed strictly on merit basis according to guidelines of higher authority.
- Faculties are hardworking, competent, dedicated and give extra time in tutorial hours and cope with the changing demands of the course curriculum.
- Awareness with regard to environment and social responsibilities is infused in students through activities of NSS, Ranger (Bharat Scouts and Guide) Swatch Bharat Abhiyan and various cells.
- The institute has enhanced and upgraded regularly the infrastructure facilities and learning resources.
- Oil India Limited, Assam Gas Company, NEEPCO is situated at a stone throw distance from the college for which the college has the support whenever necessary.
- The college has a well equipped auditorium and a big playground for outdoor games.
- The college also has a centre for distance learning under KKHSOU.
- There is a continuious communication of the college with alumni, parents, well-wishers, past faculties, who help the institution to receive feedback for quality improvement.
- The college is a ragging free institution.
- Yearly book fairs are organized in the college campus.
- The college provides multidisciplinary programmes.
- The college has a strong and active NSS Unit and a yoga centre.
- The college has a well established central library with a big reading room, collection of journals of National, International and Regional repute.The library is digitalized and has a huge number of e-resource collections under enlist programme of INFLIBNET Centre, Ahmedabad.
- There is a shortage of faculty.
- There is a poor infrastructure of the college building and the college has very less number of classrooms.
- The existing faculty members need to manage the H.S. section along with degree section which imposes a great burden to the faculty.
- Students are mostly from the rural background and before admitting in college, they have been educated in vernacular medium.So, they find it difficult in coping with the English language while pursuing Honours in various subjects.
- The college is affiliated to the Dibrugarh University and recognized by UGC, is eligible to apply for development grants and UGC sponsored programmes.
- There is a close interaction of the students with faculty.
- Counselling of needy and brilliant students is done.
- All round personality development programmes are conducted.
- Arrangement of departmental workshops, fieldwork and seminars are conducted.
- Remedial classes are also conducted.
- The Yoga Centre which started in 2011 helps in creating physical fitness among the stakeholders.
- Physical fitness of students is taken care of through Sports and Ranger (Bharat Scouts and Guide).
- Through the NSS Unit of the college, students gain Socio-Politico-Economic knowledge of the society.
- The Swach Bharat Unit trains the students to have a clean and green environment.
- There is a provision for providing books to poor and needy students from the book bank.
- Every department has their own Wall Magazine published every year by students to express their creative talent.
- There is a provision for free admission for poor and meritorious students in each department.
- There is a provision for providing books to the needy students from the library.
- Excelling in studies and coming out with flying colours despite challenges.
- Various Scholarships are offered to the students on merit and need basis by a few philanthropists of the society.
- To gear up with the academically weak students who are also economically weak.
- To achieve 100% results from students.
- The departments run without adequate number of teachers to carry out overall curriculum.
- Popularizing the various disciplines with the local community.
- Involvement of teachers in other activities of the college, apart from teaching.
- No adequate funding for running the institution.
- Provision of Girls’ Hostel
- College Canteen
- Digital class room
- DIGITAL LIBRARY
- Digital Library
- Field Work Trip
- Scholarships (Through College & NSP)
- Others Facilities
- INTERNET FACILITIES
Some other Facilities are:
- Yearly Book Fair)
- Class (Audio-Visual Digital)
- Computer(with Internet Facility)
- Play Ground
- Students Common Room
- Teachers Common Room (With Air-Condition)
- Digital Seminar Hall
- Water (Filtering ,Cooling & Drinking )
- Gas Supply
- Car, Motor-Bike & By-Cycle Parking
- Gardening (Herbal, Floriculture)
- Toilet & Washroom
- First Aid
- Sick Bed
- Printing & Xerox (With FAX)
- Fire Extinguisher
- Internet facilities (With Wi-Fi) 300 kbps.
- Lab : (with) Equipment)
- Home Science Lab.
- Educational Lab.
- Computer Lab.
- Conference Hall
- Waiting Hall cum Security Room)
- Vermicompost pit
- Rain Water hervesting and filtering)
- Solar Panel
- Sports (Equipment)
- Air-Conditioned Room (Teachers Common room, Principal & Vice-Principal Office room)
- Power Supplied (Generator)
- Computer, Laptop
- Sound System
- Sanitary Napkin separator and Dispenser
- Cooking Utensils
- Distance & Open Learning (KKHSOU)
- Certificate & Vocational Course)
- Hand Sanitize Machine
NAAC is a rational and thoughtfully designed system to assess the academic excellence of an educational institution holistically.Institutions accrediated through NAAC are so benchmarked in the best of their respective areas.This gives an opportunity to gauge their strength and improve their areas of deficiencies.
Duliajan is a township situated in the easternmost corner of our country.The founders of the college established a girls’ college with the noble objective of making education accessible and thereby empowering the girl child.The initiative for NAAC accreditation is a continuation of the initiative of our founders to make quality education accessible to the students. During this 30 year period, the college has been able to fulfil the needs and demands of the people of the surrounding area by imparting women education. With the changing scenario and a consequent launching of a number of new educational policies, this institute sets its goal to provide scope and support for the upcoming genarations in the field of Research and Skill based quality education. In realizing its goals, the teaching faculty and non-teaching staff has been endeavouring since its inception. Sincerity, hard work and honesty are the ingredients of this institution that every stakeholder has been nurturing continuously.
Here, we are submitting the SSR for accrediation for the first time. As we are the nascent and a lot of lacuna is expected on our part but the college fraternity strongly believes that assessment and accredation from an autonomous body like NAAC is a matter of pride and honour for our college. Therefore, we welcome the Peer team of NAAC to visit Duliajan Girls’College.