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HOD Desk



Home Science, or the science of a home, includes all the things that concern the person, home, family members and resources. It is the education for “better living” and the core of this education is the family ecosystem. It also deals with reciprocal relations between the family and its natural and man made environments. It aims at getting maximum satisfaction for the person and their family members through the efficient and scientific use of your resources. It gives the person all the knowledge of the scientific procedures involved in making a home beautiful.

As a field in education it has come a long way since its humble beginnings as a domestic skill oriented courses offering inputs in housekeeping, home decoration, cookery, child rearing, stitching etc. Such an education was appropriate in the past since it helped to draw women out of their homes to improve the skills that had been handed down to them by the elderly women in the family.


Mrs. Anumoni Gogoi

Assistant Professor (HOD)

Mrs. Geetima Dutta

Assistant Professor

Dr. Bani Lekha Phukan

Assistant Professor

Guest faculty

List of senior visiting faculty

  • S. Amsamoni, Dept. of Textiles & Clothing, Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu,
  • Amiya Gogoi (Retd.), Dept. of Textiles & Apparel Designing, College of Community Science, Assam Agricultural University
  • Bulbul Baruah, Dept. of Textiles & Apparel Designing, College of Community Science, Assam Agricultural University
  • Ava Phukan , Dept. of Textiles & Apparel Designing, College of Community Science, Assam Agricultural University.
  • Girin Phukan, National Fellow, ICSSR, New Delhi.



Seminar & Workshop

ICSSR Sponsored National Seminar, Organize by Department of Home Science, Duliajan Girls'College, Duliajan, Dibrugarh, Assam-786602 (26th & 27 April, 2019)

TOPIC: Ethnic Costumes in North-East India: Artistic Craftsmanship and Aesthetic Value.

Sub- Themes of  the Seminar

  1. Distinct ethnic costumes of various groups
  2. Costume heritage of the indigenous communities
  3. Values of ethnic costumes
  4. Status of costumes of different ethnic groups 
  5. Artistic Craftsmanship and Aesthetic value: 
  • Motifs and designs
  • Dyeing techniques
  • Mutilation and tattoing
  • Head-wears, hair-styles, footwears etc.
  • Scents and fragrance

6. Weaving and Sericulture

7. Jewelry Making

8. Endangerd costumes

9. Ethnic costumes, Social change and Economic Development

10. The major ways for community to safeguard endangred costumes.

11. And others related topics.