IQAC

INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL (IQAC)

IQAC of NL College, founded in 2004, persist with its efforts to create a learning environment that fosters all around development of its students so that the college can enhance its contribution to the academic field to keep the flag of excellence flying high atop. The IQAC has established several cells and centers and constituted committees to initiate different academic and governance activities. The thrust area identified in consonance with the UGC guidelines is to effect a paradigm shift in the teaching learning system. The cell continues with its ongoing efforts and will try to do implement most of the recommendations offered by the NAAC peer team during the reaccreditation of the college to achieve these objectives,. The IQAC has a steering committee with the following members:

  1. Dr. Biman Chandra Chetia, Principal, North Lakhimpur College (Chairperson and member from the administration)
  2. Dr. Hemanta Kr. Boruah, President, Governing Body, North Lakhimpur College (member from the management)
  3. Mr. Atanu Gogoi, Assistant Professor, Dept. of History, North Lakhimpur College (Coordinator)
  4. Dr. Muhidhar Pujari, Vice Principal, PG and UG classes, North Lakhimpur College, (member from the administration)
  5. Dr. Jiten Dutta, Vice Principal, H.S. classes, North Lakhimpur College, (member from the administration)
  6. Dr. Pradip Kr. Mitra, Controller of Examinations, North Lakhimpur College, (member)
  7. Dr. Bhabajit Bhuyan, Member Secretary, Academic Council, North Lakhimpur College, (member)
  8. Dr. Nabiul Islam, Associate Professor, Dept. of Chemistry, North Lakhimpur College, (member)
  9. Mr. Ranjan Kr. Borah, (member from the Parents & Guardians’ Association)
  10. Mrs. Kakali Bhuyan, Associate Professor, Dept. of Physics, North Lakhimpur College, (member)
  11. Dr. Swapnali Gogoi, Hod, Geography, North Lakhimpur College, (member)
  12. Mr. Rupam Gogoi, Assistant Professor, Dept. of English, North Lakhimpur College, (member)
  13. Mr. Sahidul Ahmed, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Mathematics, North Lakhimpur College, (member)
  14. Mr. Dibyajyoti Hazarika, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Mathematics, North Lakhimpur College, (member)
  15. Dr. S.N. Phukan, Retd. Principal (i/c), North Lakhimpur College, Academician (external member)
  16. Dr. Bubul Kr. Saikia, Principal LTK College, Azad, Lakhimpur, (member from the Alumni)
  17. Mr. Udayshankar Hazarika, Hindu Gaon, Lakhimpur, (external member from industry and entrepreneurship)
  18. General Secretary, NLCSU (member from the student community)

Basic Goals

  1. To ensure continuous improvement in the entire operations of the institution,
  2. To assure stake holders involvement with higher education- namely, students, parents, teachers, staff, employers, funding agencies and society in general

Functions Carried Out

  1. Recording and monitoring quality measures of the institution: The IQAC has been recording and monitoring the qualitymeasures of the institution. It offers suggestive ways for professional development of the teachers, points out the necessities for strengthening the infrastructure and student support system, for creating a congenial environment for research activities, etc. all of which result in bettering the teaching learning process. It takes periodical feedback online from the stakeholders and self appraisal report from the teachers to monitor and evaluate their progresses and problems in the process of teaching and learning. The authority and IQAC adopts mechanism like random interaction with students and other stakeholders, unintimated and sudden visits to the teaching departments to assess the teaching- learning process which is one of the primary parameters in determining healthy programme outcomes. The IQAC also suggests for examination reforms for proper evaluation of the learning process of the students. As of now the college can be said to have successfully maintained/ controlled healthy achievement rates.
  2. Acting as a nodal agency of the institution for quality-related activities: As the nodal agency of the institution in quality related matters the IQAC has been working to ensure quality inCurricular Aspects, Teaching-Learning and Evaluation, Research, innovations and Extension, Infrastructure and Learning Resources, Student Support and  progression, Governance, Leadership and Management and in Institutional Values and Best Practices. In short, it tries for development and application of quality benchmarks/parameters in various activities of the institution.
  3. Receiving, analyzing feedbacks and acting thereupon: The IQAC has developed a multi winged mechanism to receive feedback from the stakeholders. The practice of receiving online feedback from the stakeholders of the college is in force and that is supplemented by the feedback received through the ‘Student Adalat’-an open session of interaction with the students and the Grievance Redressal Cell as well.. Student feedback is also received through the academic departments and the mentor teachers. All such feedback is thoroughly discussed and corrective measures are suggested to the authority.
  4. Dissemination of information on quality aspects: The IQAC ensures that any information received by the college authority from other institution/agency regarding holding of workshop, seminar, special training, etc. are passed to the faculties through the heads of the respective departments, notice from UGC or any other funding agency seeking proposals for minor or major research proposal is passed to the faculties and that sending of proposals to UGC or other Govt. funding agencies for initiating new academic programmes, adding new infrastructure etc. and their subsequent approval by the same are passed to the faculties through respective HoD's.
  5. Guiding, coordinating and reviewing the functions and activities of the Cells, Committees, Offices etc. formed for different quality related works: A good number of cells and committees are functioning in association with or as auxiliary body with the IQAC such as the SC Committee, ST Committee, OBC Cell, Minority Cell, Grievance Redressal Cell, Anti Ragging Committee, Committee for Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal of Sexual Harassment against Women, Parents/Guardians Association, Alumni Association, Canteen Committee, Library Committee, Planning Committee, Disciplinary Action Committee, Committee for ‘Student Adalat’, Hostel Committee, Publication Committee and Placement Cell etc. The IQAC plays the role of guiding, coordinating and reviewing the functions and activities of these Cells, Committees and Offices.
  6. Organisation of workshops, seminars and proportion of quality circles: The IQAC coordinates with the different departments of the college in organizing workshops, seminars, popular talks, exhibitions or any other training programmes, in holding parent/guardian meets, alumni meet etc. and also seeks collaboration from other organization in holding workshops, seminars etc.
  7. Preparation of the Annual Quality Assurance Report and such other reports as may be decided from time to time: The IQAC collects and compiles all sorts of information of the institution and prepares and submit the Annual Quality Assurance Report to NAAC and the Annual Report to Dibrugarh University every year within the stipulated time. These reports reflect the quality measures and yearly activities of the college. The IQAC is also responsible forpreparing the Self Appraisal Report to NAAC for re-accreditation of the college.
  8. Verification of records of the Faculty members relating to promotion under CAS: The IQAC complies with its responsibility to verify the promotion related documents of the faculty members under CAS with the help of the API Verification Sub Committee and forwards them to the DHE for approval.

IQAC activities of the last five years

from 2012-13 to 2016-17

Curricular Aspects:

  1. Attainment of Academic Autonomy as suggested by NAAC
  2. Formation of the Academic Council, Board of studies and Examination Cell and introduction of new syllabus for all programmes
  3. P. G. programmes introduced such as M.Sc. in Chemistry, Electronics and Communication, M.A. in Assamese, Political Science and Mass Communication and Journalism and PGDCA
  4. Introduction of U.G. programmes such as Home Science, Physical Education
  5. Introduction of COPs, UGC Community College (Advanced Certificate Course in Sericulture)

Teaching, Learning and Evaluation:

  1. Use of ICT is increased. Computers are provided to all the departments. New desktops and laptops are purchased and installed. New LCD projectors are installed in the College. Three high tech Digital Interactive Board is installed at the Department of Computer Science, Physics and Geography. Public Address Systems are installed at the big class rooms. Public Address Power Podiums are also installed. Wi Fi facility is provided in the college campus and audio-video facilities are also provided in general class rooms. The Net and ICT facilities enhance and enrich the teaching learning process. A state of the art Conference cum e-class room is developed
  2. Examination reforms as per the Autonomous System
  3. Introduction ofcredit based semester system (CBSS)

Governance and Leadership

  1. Formulation of the Perspective Plan for the College
  2. Introduction of online feedback for different stakeholders
  3. Monitoring of the Teaching & Learning processes:  The IQAC takes periodical feedback online from the students and guardians and self appraisal report from the teachers to monitor and evaluate their progresses and problems in the process of teaching and learning. Students are also encouraged to express any grievance related to the process of teaching and learning in the Student Adalat, an open session of interaction with the students. All such feedback is thoroughly discussed with the teachers and corrective measures are suggested. The IQAC also meets the Head of the institution to apprise him of the feedback report so that measures can be taken on the part of the administration to improve the quality of teaching and learning.
  4. Introduction of the practice of Student Adalat, a programme of interaction with the students to receive direct feedback from the students on different academic and non-academic issues of the college
  5. Second phase of the CPE
  6. Expansion of Extension activities
  7. Performed Environmental Audit and Gender Audit
  8. Other works of the IQAC include: formation of anti Ragging Squad, grievance redressal cell, imparting of value education through the courses conducted by the Gandhian Studies Centre and Human Rights Education etc.
  9. Adoption of Girl Child and the scheme of ‘Letter and Pages’ as institutional best practices

Seminars and Workshop organized:

2012-13

  1. Workshop on Poetry (Kabitar Karmashala) organized by the Department of Assamese, North Lakhimpur College in August, 2012.
  2. Workshop on Gandhian Studies organized by the Gandhian Studies Centre, North Lakhimpur College in 2nd October, 2012.
  3. Workshop on Debate organized by the North Lakhimpur College on 06/10/2012.
  4. DBT Sponsored workshop on Tissue Culture in August, 2012
  5. UGC sponsored Seminar on Popularisation of Mathematics on August, 2012.
  6. Seminar on Human Rights by the UGC sponsored Cell, N. L. College in October, 2012.
  7. UGC sponsored workshop on History of Mathematics on 06/11/2012.
  8. UGC sponsored Puppet Show for popularization of Science on 30th December, 2012 in collaboration with AASWA under CPE scheme.
  9. Seminar on “Women’s Security” by women Cell. N. L. College in January, 2013.
  10. DBT Sponsored workshop on Molecular Biology on 19-20, April, 2013.
  11. UGC Sponsored workshop on Inclusion organized by the Equal Opportunity Cell on 23rd April, 2013.
  12. UGC sponsored National Seminar on Flood Management organized by the Department of Geography on 27th and 28th April, 2013
  13. UGC sponsored National Seminar on the Relevance of Swami Vivekananda organized by the Department of Philosophy on 9th and 10th May, 2013

2013-14

  1. ‘Class Room Oriented Research’ (National Seminar organized by the Deptt. Of English)
  2. ‘Flood adaptation and Post Flood Management in Lakhimpur and Dhemaji Districts of Assam’ (State level seminar organized by the Deptt. Of Geography)
  3. ‘International Film Festival’ (State Level function organized by IQAC in collaboration with North Lakhimpur Cine Club)
  4.  ‘Question Paper Setting and Evaluation of Answer Scripts’ (Institutional level workshop organized by IQAC)

2014-15

  1. The Dept. of education organized a UGC sponsored National Seminar on the theme ‘Quality Assurance in Higher Education in India-Issues, Challenges and Remedies” on 9th and 10th April, 2015.
  2.  An institutional level workshop was organized by IQAC on the theme ‘Role of IQAC in Sustenance and enhancement of Quality Education in Post Accreditation Scenario’ on 26th April, 2015

2016-17

  1. UGC sponsored National Seminar on Biodiversity of NE India: Conservation and Management organized by the Department of Geography
  2. UGC sponsored National Seminar on Performance of MGNREGA: with special reference to Assam organized by the Department of Economics
  3. UGC sponsored National Seminar on Impact of mythology on Modern Assamese Literature organized by the Department of Assamese
  4. UGC sponsored National Seminar on Mass Media and Modern Indian Culture organized by the Department of English
  5. UGC sponsored National Seminar on E governance in Library organized by North Lakhimpur College Library

Academic activities of the faculties:

Research Projects received by the faculty members

Sl No

Teachers name and

Name of the project

Date of Sanction

Total amount sanctioned with funding agency

  1.  

Dr.Pradip Kr. Mitra (IBT Hub)

30/11/2011

42,19,000 (Major), DBT

  1.  

Dr. Aravinda Rajkhowa

 (Impact of Modern Science Technology in Cultivation Related Assamse Folk Culture)

25/9/2015

wef 1/7/2015

8,00,400.00/- UGCMajor)

  1.  

Mr. Ranjit Paul (co-investigator)

(A Study on Propagation of a Laser Beam Through the Gaseous Media)

25/7/2012

11 lacs (Major), UGC

  1.  

Dr. Raghab Parajuli

(DFT Study of the Interaction of DNA Bases with Few First Row Transition Metal Cations: Homo-Lumo Approach)

2/5/2014

4,30,000 (Minor), UGC

  1.  

Dr. Bhabajit Bhuyan

(Assessment of Arsenic Contamination in Groundwater of Lakhimpur District, Assam, India)                                       

6/5/2014

3,35,000 (Minor), UGC

  1.  

Dr.Kamalakanta Bori

(Cosmogonic Myths of the Misings and the Karbis: A Hermeneutic Approach)

28/3/2014

1,80,000(Minor) , UGC

  1.  

Mr. Sarat Kr. Doley

(Nominal Classifying System in Mising)

28/3/2013

1,40,000(Minor) , UGC

  1.  

Dr. Binda Sah

(Language, Acculturation and Identity: A Case Study of Bhojpuri Sppech Community of Tezpur in Assam)

19/7/2014

2,00,000(Minor) , UGC

  1.  

Diganta Kalita

(A Study of Some Efficient classes of Estimators for Estimating finite Population Mean Using Auxiliary Variable Under Double Sampling Scheme)

6/5/2014

3,00,000(Minor) , UGC

  1.  

Dr. Chittaranjan Borah

(Germplasm of Orchids of Lakhimpur District of Assam and its Conservation Strategy)

28/3/2014

4,10,000, UGC

  1.  

Dr. Arabinda Rajkhowa

(Lakhimpur Jilar Itihash Prashiddha Dharmiya Sthansamuh: Ek Bishleshanatmak Adhyan)

12/3/2012

90,000(Minor) , UGC

  1.  

Mr. Sahidul Ahmed

(Study of Some Generalizations of Fuzzy Topological Aspects in Spatial Object Modelling)

30/12/2014

1,65,000(Minor) , UGC

  1.  

Dr. Nabiul Islam

(Study of the Solution Properties of Poly-Vinyl Alcohol and Related Compounds in Non-Aqueous Solution)

 9/2/2015

90,000 (Minor) , UGC

  1.  

Sri Ranjan Kr. Borah

(Evaluation of Elephant Corridor in Lakhimpur District)

23/5/2014

1,70,000 (Minor) , UGC

  1.  

Dhanaranjan Kalita

(Ali Haidarar Natak: Ek Bishleshanatmak Adhyan)

23/5/2014

2,00,000(Minor) , UGC

  1.  

Munmi Gogoi

(A Bio-Anthropological Study Among the Tai Ahoms of Lakhimpur District, Assam)

6/5/2014

4,10,000(Minor) , UGC

  1.  

Dr. Debajit Boruah

(Rural development)

6/5/2014

2,60,000(Minor) , UGC

  1.  

Mr. Achinta Saikia

2012

(Minor) UGC

  1.  

Mr. Diganta Hatiboruah

(Human Rights)

2012

(Minor) UGC

  1.  

Deba Kr. Boruah

(Six Sigma Methodology in Higher Education with Special Reference to Some Higher Educational Institutions of Assam)

24/3/14

3,00,000(Minor) , UGC

  1.  

Dr. Barnali Borah

(Buddhism Among the Khamtis of Assam)

28/3/2013

1,50,000(Minor) , UGC

  1.  

Ishmi Rekha Handique Konwar (Parental Involvement and Academic Achievement of Secondary School students in Lakhimpur District, Assam)

19/7/2014

2,20,000(Minor) , UGC

  1.  

Arup Das

(MGNREGA in Dhemaji)

6/5/2014

2,95,000(Minor) , UGC

  1.  

Dr.Lakhi Prasad Hazarika (Habitat characteristics of River Dolphin)

3/7/2014

4,45,000(Minor) , UGC

  1.  

Atanu Gogoi

(Historical Tourism in Lakhimpur and Dhemaji Districts of Assam: Prospects and Problems)

6/5/2014

2,60,000(Minor) , UGC

  1.  

Mr. Hemanta Sarmah

13/6/2016

2,10,000, (Minor) UGC

  1.  

Mrs. Jutika Patir (The History of 1950 Earthquake: its Impact on Society, Polity and Economy of Dibrugarh, Assam

23-02-2017

Rs. 1,10,000, (Minor) UGC

  1.  

Dr. Nandita Dutta (Asom ke Mising Geet Aur Lokagathayin: Ek Adhyan)

24-11-2016

Rs. 2,25,000, (Minor) UGC

  1.  

Dr. Chuchengfa Gogoi (Traditional Self governing Institutions among Khamtis of arunachal Pradesh)

23-02-2017

Rs. 1,20,000, (Minor) UGC

  1.  

Mr. Ratul Lahan (Economics of Labour Migration: a Study of Dhemaji District)

28-02-2016

Rs. 2,41,000, (Minor) UGC

Record of Orientation Programme, Refresher Course and Short Term Course:

Name of the Teacher(s)

Refresher Course

Orientation Course

2012-13

Mr. Arup Kumar Das

University of North Bengal

 

Mr. Prasanta Phukan

University of North Bengal

 

Sarat Kumar Doley

NEHU

 

Dibya Jyoti Gogoi

Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh

 

2013-14

Mr. Binda Sah

R/C ( ASC, Guwahati University)

---

Mrs.Ishmirekha Handique Konwar

R/C ( ASC, NEHU)

---

Mr. diganta Kalita

R/C

---

Dr. Debajit Boruah

R/C (ASC, Aligarh Muslim University)

---

Mr. Sarat kr Doley

R/C ( ASC, NEHU)

---

Mr. Dhanaranjan Kalita

R/C( ASC, Guwahati University)

---

Mr. Hemanta sarmah

---

O/C (ASC, Aligarh Muslim University)

Dr. Parismita Bordoloi

---

O/C (ASC, Calicut University)

Mr. Dibyajyoti Hazarika

---

O/C (ASC, Aligarh Muslim University)

Mr. Ranjit Paul

R/C (ASC, BurdwanUniversity)

----

Mr. Dipul Talukdar

R/C (ASC, Aligarh Muslim University)

----

Dr. Raghab Parajuli

R/C (ASC, AllahabadUniversity)

----

2014-15

Hafez Ali ahmed

R/C ( Burdwan University)

O/C (Mizoram University)

Mr. Binoy Kr. Patgiri

R/C ( Jadavpur University)

--

Dr.Litul Bakatial

--

O/C (Mizoram University)

Atanu Gogoi

R/C ( Burdwan University)

---

2015-16

Mr. Hemanta Sarmah           

1 (Gauhati University)

 

Dr.Barnali Borah

1. NEHU

 

2016-17

Mr. Arup Das

01(Disaster Management and Environmental Studies, North Bengal university)

 

Dr. Aravinda Rajkhowa

01( Madhyayugar asomiya Bhasha Sahitya Sanskriti, Gauhati University)

 

Atanu Gogoi

01 (STC on Disaster Management), Burdwan University

 

Dr. Barnali Borah

01 (STC on SPSS). NEHU

 

Dr. Debajit Boruah

01 (STC on Soft Skills), Gauhati University

 

Mr. Dibyajyoti Hazarika

01 (Mathematics and Statistics: Recent Trends in Computational Mathematics and Statistics),  University of Mumbai

 

Mr. Dimbeshwar Das

01(STC on system design using Microcontroller),  Gauhati University

 

Dr. Raghab Parajuli

01(STC on Open Source Software),  Gauhati University

 

Mr. Diganta Hatiboruah

01 (STC on Women …),  Gauhati University

 

Dr. Chuchengfa Gogoi

 

University of Hyderabad

Dr. Dharitri Borgohain

 

NEHU

Dr. Budhadev Basumatari

 

NEHU

Dr. Binod Chetia

 

NEHU

Record of Publication of the faculty members

2012-13

Name of teachers

Title of book/paper/Article etc.

Name of Journal

Date of publication

1. Dr. Bhabajit Bhuyan

Assessment of groundwater quality with reference to fluoride, arsenic and iron in tea garden belt of Lakhimpur district, Assam , India

Advances in Applied Science Research

2013, 4(2), 93-97

2. Dr. Bhabajit Bhuyan

Fluoride, arsenic and iron content of groundwater around six selected tea gardens of Lakhimpur district, Assam, India

Archives of Applied Science Research

2013, 5 (1):57-61

3. Dr. L. P, Hazariaka

A grave danger for the Ganges dolphin (Platanista gangetica Roxb) in the Subansiri river due to a large hydroelectric project

Environmentalist

32 (1):85-90.2012

4. Dr. L. P, Hazariaka

Large Dam; an alarm for identity of ethnic tribes of Arunachal Pradesh,India.

Social Science Researcher

1(2), 2012.

5. Mr. Rupam Gogoi

Sublime Spaces: Mapping Nature in the Stories of Temsula Ao

Janakrishti: Annual Research Journal of the Folklore Society of Assam

Vol.2, No. 5-6, 2011-12, 149-157, 2012

6. Mr. Rupam Gogoi

Resurrecting Gandhi through Popular Culture: A Holistic Cultural Approach to Gandhian Philosophy

Janakrishti: Annual Research Journal of the Folklore Society of Assam

Vol.2, No. 5-6, 2011-12, 84-90, 2012

7. Mr. K. K. Bori

Resurrecting Gandhi through Popular Culture: A Holistic Cultural Approach to Gandhian Philosophy

Janakrishti: Annual Research Journal of the Folklore Society of Assam

, Vol.2, No. 5-6, 2011-12, 84-90, 2012

8. Dr. M. Pujari

Behaviour of CdS thin film transistors with

Nd2O3and La2O3as GATE insulator

Archives of Physics Research

2012, 2 (4):

34-37

9. Dr. M. Pujari

 

Advances in Applied Science Research

2011, 2(6):

312-317

Books published

International

  1. Bhabajit Bhuyan, ARSENIC IN GROUNDWATER: A STUDY IN LAKHIMPUR DISTRICT, ASSAM, INDIA Lambert Book Publishing House, Germany, 2012 (MONOGRAM), ISBN 978-3659150302
  2. Sarat Kumar Doley, SEXUAL LIBERATION IN THE POETRY OF KAMALA DAS, Lambert Book Publishing House, Germany, 2012 (MONOGRAM),ISBN 978-3-659-10425-1
  3. Sarat Kumar Doley, WORD CLASS AND WORD FORMATION PROCESSES WITH REFERENCE TO MISING, Lambert Book Publishing House, Germany, 2012 (MONOGRAM), ISBN 978-3847324072
  4. Sarat Kumar Doley, FROM SIANG TO BRAHMAPUTRA: THE MISINGS OF NORTH EAST INDIA: SOCIO-CULTURAL HISTORY OF THE MISINGS, Lambert Book Publishing House, Germany, 2012 (MONOGRAM), ISBN 978-3848485765
  5.  Biman Chandra Chetia and Swapnali Gogoi, FUZZY RULE-BASED MODELLING ON RIVER STUDY: POSSIBILISTIC CRITERIA OF BASIN GEOMORPHOLOGY, Lambert Book Publishing House, Germany, 2012 (MONOGRAM), ISBN 978-3846534847
  6.  Raghab Parajuli, QUANTUM CHEMISTRY THROUGH SOLVED PROBLEMS: THEORY AND PRACTICE, Lambert Book Publishing House, Germany, 2012 (MONOGRAM), ISBN 978-3659158872

National/ Regional

  1. Diganta Hatiboruah, INDIAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS, SWARASWATI PRAKASH, GOLAGHAT, 2012, (Text Book)
  2. Diganta Hatiboruah, POLITICAL THEORY, SWARASWATI PRAKASH, GOLAGHAT, 2012, (Text Book)
  3. Diganta Hatiboruah, Human Rights, SWARASWATI PRAKASH, GOLAGHAT, 2012, (Text Book)
  4. Diganta Hatiboruah, Panchayati Raj, SWARASWATI PRAKASH, GOLAGHAT, 2012, (Text Book)
  5. Diganta Hatiboruah, Comparative Government, SWARASWATI PRAKASH, GOLAGHAT, 2012, (Text Book)
  6. Achinta Saikia, MACRO ECONOMICS, SHANTI PRAKASHAN, GUWAHATI, 2012, (Text Book)
  7. Chow Chandra Mantche, MAHATMA GANDHI: LIFE AND PHILOSOPHY, N. L. College Publication Committee, 2012 (Edited Book)

Chapter Contributed in Books

  1. Bori, Kamala Kanta and Rupam Gogoi, Human Rights and Creative Writings in English from India’s Northeast: An Analysis, Indian Writings in English: New Critical Perspectives, ed. Gulrez Roshan Rahman, Sarup Book Publishers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2012.

2013-14

Publication of research papers in Referred journals/ Books during the period

Name of the teachers

Total number of paper(s) published

National

Dr. Binda Sah

2

2

Mr. Deba Kr. Boruah

1

1

Mrs Kakali Bhuyan

1

 

Dr. Dudumani Bhuyan

1

 

Dr. Bhabajit Bhuyan

2

 

Mr. Rupam Gogoi

2

2

Dr. Lakhi Prasad Hazarika

1

1

Mr. Diganta Kalita

4

2

Dr. Kamalakanta Bori

1

 

Mrs. Ishmirekha Handique Konwar

6

6

Chow Chandra Mantche

1

1

Mr. Sarat Kr. Doley

1

1

Mr. Arup Das

1

1

Details of Book published during the period :

Name of the teachers

Title of the Book(s)

Dr. Aravinda Rajkhowa

Kaka Aru Natir Uttar Adhunik Sanglap

Alap Nirjanata

Asomiya Kavya Parikrama (third edition)

Asomiya Chutigalpar Gati Prakriti (2nd edition)

Dr. Namita Dutta

Germination of Seeds of Entrepreneurship among College Students

Details of Books and Journals published by the College/ Institute with ISBN/ ISSN during the period:

  1. Asomiya Chutigalpar Gati Prakriti (2nd edition, Dr. Aravinda Rajkhowa), N. L. College Publication Committee, ISBN:
  2. Karabandir Endhar Kutharit Ejak Jonak (Kamal Gogoi), N. L. College Publication Committee, ISBN:
  3. Germination of Seeds of Entrepreneurship among College Students (Dr. Namita Dutta), N. L. College Publication Committee,  ISBN: 978-81-925881-4-8
  4. Social Science Researcher ( E-Journal), ISSN : 2319-8362
  5. North Lakhimpur College Magazine
 

Number of Research Papers presented in the Seminars/Workshops by the Teachers during the period:

       Name of the Teacher(s)

Seminars

Mr. Atanu Gogoi

1) Topic: Religious tourism in Lakhimpur District, Assam : prospects and problems (OPD College, Lakhimpur)

2) Topic: Constitutional processes in Realisation of the Rights of Tribal People in British India – A Historical review. ( Bordoloni Central College, Lakhimpur)

3) Topic: a Critical study of the Semester System with special reference to its functioning  in the U G level in Dibrugarh University ( OPD College, Lakhimpur)

Mrs. Munmi Gogoi

1) Topic: Health Status of Mising Girls of Matmara, Dhakuakhana, Assam (Lakhimpur Post Graduate Training College)

2) Topic: Role of NGO in development with reference to Lakhimpur district.

 ( OPD College, Lakhimpur)

3) Topic: Rural development programmes in Lakhimpur development block, Lakhimpur district, Assam. (Lakhimpur Commerce College)

4) Topic: Distribution of ABO and Finger  Dermattoglyphic among the Tai Ahoms of Lakhimpur district, Assam (Deptt. of Anthropology, Dibrugarh University)

5) Topic: Flood effects in the health status of Mising girls of Matmara area (North Lakhimpur College)

6) Topic: Flood and health : A study among the Mising Girls of Matmara area. (North Lakhimpur College)

Mr. Bipul Saikia

Topic: Avian diversity and activity budgeting of little egret(egretta garzetta) in satajan wetland, Lakhimpur, Assam (Lakhimpur Post Graduate Training College)

2)Topic: Innovation in traditional Muga ( Antherea assama ww) silk industry and rural economy in Lakhimpur district, Assam ( OPD College, Lakhimpur)

Chow Chandra Mantche

1) Topic: Philosophy of Swami Vivekananda and its relevance in present society (North Lakhimpur College)

2) Topic: A study on cultural tourismof Lohit district of Arunachal Pradesh with reference to the cultural heritage of the Tai- Khamtis ( OPD College, Lakhimpur)

Mr. Sarat kr Doley

1) Topic: What can be done to promote communal harmony amidst linguistic diversity? ( Silapather College)

2) Topic: Authentic Learning strategies vis-à-vis English Language Teaching

( SRM University, Chennai)

3) Topic: An Indian Classroom: Questioning the classroom management theories in the context of English Classrooms. International Conference, Poland

4) Topic: The Legend of Pensam and the Politics of violence in the making. International Seminar, shilling.

Dr Swapnali Gogoi

Topic: Flood Adaptation Techniques and its Applicability in Jiadhal river basin, Dhemaji, Assam. (North Lakhimpur College)

Mr. Arup das

Topic: How good is the Semester system ( OPD College, Lakhimpur)

Dr. Debajit Baruah

Topic: Rural development programmes in Lakhimpur development block, Lakhimpur district, Assam. (Lakhimpur Commerce College)

Mrs.Ishmirekha Handique

1) Topic: Quality status in college education with reference to three colleges of Lakhimpur district, Assam (Deptt. of Edcation, Dibrugarh University)

2) Topic: Study habits and academic achievements of college students in North Lakhimpur town of Lakhimpur district, Assam ( University of Science and Technology, Meghalaya)

3) Topic: A study on attitude and awareness of college students towards human rights in relation to their academic achievements with reference to North Lakhimpur of Lakhimpur district, Assam. ( Raha college)

4) Topic: Multiple intelligence  and its relationship to academic achievements of  learners at degree level in Lakhimpur district of Assam. (North Lakhimpur College)

5) Topic: A study on study habits and academic achievements of college students with reference to North Lakhimpur ( Rajiv Gandhi University)

6) Topic: Role of Education in raising socio-economic status of rural women of Boginadi Block of  Lakhimpur district of Assam. (Deptt. of Edcation, Dibrugarh University)

7) Topic: Multiple Roles  of women in rural development with reference to rural women of of  Lakhimpur district of Assam. (Lakhimpur Commerce College)

8)Topic: A study on Human Rights awareness among teacher educators  in Lakhimpur district of Assam. (Deptt. of Edcation, Rajiv Gandhi University)

Mrs. Kakali Bhuyan

        Topic: Effect on indoor randon inhalation on human health

        (Biodiversity conservation and management of Bio resources at Lakhimpur Post Graduate Training College)

Dr. Binda Sah

      1) Topic:Redefining Approaches to ELT in India ( Class room oriented research In North Lakhimpur College)

2) Topic: Future of  ELT in India ( Class room oriented research In North Lakhimpur College)

2014-15

Publication of research papers in Referred journals/ Books during the period

Name of the teachers

Total number of paper(s) published

National

International

Mr. Sarat Kr. Doley

2

2

0

Dr. Binda Sah

1

1

0

Dr.Diganta Kalita

2

0

2

Dr.Chittaranjan Borah

1

1

0

Dr.Jiten Dutta

1

1

0

Mr.Jitumoni Mudoi

1

1

0

Dr. Arabinda Rajkhowa

1

1

0

Mrs. Kakali Bhuyan

1

1

0

Mr. Sahidul Ahmed

1

1

0

Rupanjali Morang

2

2

0

Dibyajyoti Gogoi

1

1

0

Dr. Debajit Boruah

1

1

0

Dr. Chuchengpha Gogoi

3

3

0

Deba Kr. Boruah

1

1

0

Chow Chandra Mantche

3

3

0

Dr. Barnali Borah

2

2

0

Ishmi Rekha Handique Konwar

3

1

2

Dr.Namita Dutta

2

2

0

Dr.Buddhadev Basumatary

1

0

1

Arup Das

1

1

0

Dr. Swapnali Gogoi

1

1

0

Dr.Lakhi Prasad Hazarika

2

2

0

Atanu Gogoi

3

3

0

Details of Book published during the period :

Name of the teachers

Title of the Book(s)

Date of Publication

Dr. Arabinda Rajkhowa

(1) 1999

(2) Asomiya Sahityar Chaneki

(1) October, 2014

(2) February, 2015

Dr. Raghab Parajuli

Spectroscopy in Chemistry

March, 2015

Mrs. Lily Chelleng

Uttaranat Nari(Ed.)

2014

Dr. Chuchengpha Gogoi

(1) Indian Political System

(2) Introduction to politics in India

(1) August, 2014

(2) August, 2014

Dr. Barnali Borah

Nitisastra(Bharatiya)

January, 2015

Ishmi Rekha Handique Konwar

(1)Learner & Learning

(2) Contemporary Concerns and Issues in Secondary Education

(3)School Organization And

Management

(4) Study Habits and Academic Achievements of College Students of North Lakhimpur of Lakhimpur District, Assam

(1)February, 2015

(2) February, 2015

(3) February, 2015

(4) March, 2015

Dr. Swapnali Gogoi

Samayar Sangslesh

2014

Details of Books and Journals published by the College/ Institute with ISBN/ ISSN during the period:

  1. Samayar Sangslesh, a collection of essay by Dr. Swapnali Gogoi, ISBN –
  2. Bishwash Abishwash Andhabishwash aru Anayanya Prabandha, a collection of essay by Dipika Borgohain, ISBN –
  3. Asomiya Sahityar Chaneki, a collection of essay edited by Dr. Arabinda Rajkhowa, ISBN –
  • IV.Social Science Researcher ( E-Journal), ISSN : 2319-8362
  1. North Lakhimpur College Magazine
 

Number of Research Papers presented in the Seminars/Workshops by the Teachers during the period:

       Name of the Teacher(s)

No of papers in

Seminars/Conferences

No of papers in

Workshops

Dr. Binda Sah

1

Nil

Hafez Ali ahmed

1

Dr.Jiten Dutta

1

Mr.Jitumoni Mudoi

1

Dr. Arabinda Rajkhowa

6

Dhanaranjan Kalita

1

Munmi gogoi

1

Dr.Buddhadev Basumatary

1

Atanu Gogoi

2

2015-16

Publication of research papers in Referred journals/ Books during the period   

Sl No

Name of the teachers

Total number of paper(s) published

National

International

  1.  

Mr. Sarat Kr. Doley

14

4(Regional)

10

  1.  

Dr.Diganta Kalita

2

1

1

  1.  

Dr.Chittaranjan Borah

2

--

2

  1.  

Mrs. Kakali Bhuyan

1

--

1

  1.  

Chow Chandra Mantche

1

1

--

  1.  

Dr. Barnali Borah

4

3

1

  1.  

Ishmi Rekha Handique Konwar

2

1 (Regional)

1

  1.  

Dr.Buddhadev Basumatary

1

   --

1

  1.  

Arup Das

1

1

--

  1.  

Dr.Lakhi Prasad Hazarika

1

--

1

  1.  

Atanu Gogoi

2

2

 
  1.  

Mr. Hemanta Sarmah

1

1 (Regional)

--

  1.  

Dr. Kamala Kanta Bori

4

3

1

  1.  

Dr.Bhabajit Bhuyan

2

--

2

  1.  

Mrs. Dharitri Borgohain

1

--

1

  1.  

Dr. Litul Bakatial           

1

1

--

  1.  

Dr. D. M. Bhuyan          

1

--

1

  1.  

Dr. Aravinda Rajkhowa

1

--

1

  1.  

Dr. Raghab Parajuli

2

--

2

  1.  

Mrs. Nandita Dutta

3

3

--

Details of Book published during the period :

Name of the teachers

Title of the Book(s)

Date of Publication

Dr. Barnali Borah

Western Philosophy

September, 2015

Dr.Lakhi Prasad Hazarika

Manab Swashthya: Pratyahban aru Pratyuttar

    December, 2015

Details of Books and Journals published by the College/ Institute with ISBN/ ISSN during the period:

  1. Rajanigandha by Deben Borgohain
  2. Chayamaya Ranachalir Rengani by Kamal Gogoi

Number of Research Papers presented in the Seminars/Workshops by the Teachers during the period:

Sl No

       Name of the Teacher(s)

No of papers in Seminars/Conferences

No of papers in Workshops

  1.  

Dr. Arabinda Rajkhowa

3

--

  1.  

Dhanaranjan Kalita

4

--

  1.  

Atanu Gogoi

3

 
  1.  

Mr. Hemanta Sarmah       

1

--

  1.  

Mr. Dimbeshwar Das

2

--

  1.  

Dr. Kamala Kanta Bori    

1

--

  1.  

Mr. Binoy Kr. Patgiri

6

--

  1.  

Mrs. Purabi Borah

3

--

  1.  

Mr. Sahidul Ahmed

1

--

  1.  

Mrs. Jutika Patir

1

--

  1.  

Mr. Dibyajyoti Hazarika

1

--

  1.  

Dr. Barnali Borah

8

--

  1.  

Dr. Chuchengfa Gogoi

2

 
  1.  

ISHMI REKHA HANDIQUE KONWAR

2

--

  1.  

Mrs. Nandita Dutta

1

-

2016-17

Publication of research papers in Referred journals/ Books during the period   

Sl No

Name of the teachers

Total number of paper(s) published

National

  1.  

Dr.Diganta Kalita

02

01

  1.  

Dr. Barnali Borah

01

-

  1.  

Mr. Rupam Gogoi

02

-

  1.  

Dr. Aravinda Rajkhowa

01

01/07

  1.  

Dr. Chuchengfa Gogoi

02

01

  1.  

Dr. Barnali Borah

04

02

  1.  

Mr. Dhanaranjan Kalita

03

03

  1.  

Mr. Ranjan Kr. Borah

01

-

  1.  

Mrs. Kakali Bhuyan

01

-

  1.  

Dr. Dudumoni Bhuyan

01

-

  1.  

Dr. Ishmi Rekha Handique Konwar

01

-

  1.  

Dr. Kamala Kanta Bori

01

-

  1.  

Dr. Binda Sah

01

-

  1.  

Dr. Pradip Kr. Mitra

01

-

  1.  

Mr. Tarun Chandra Taid

03

-

  1.  

Dr. Budhadev Basumatari      

03

-

  1.  

Mrs. Nandita Dutta

01

01

  1.  

Mr. Arup Das

01

01

  1.  

Mr. Hemanta Sarmah

01

01

  1.  

Dr. Budhadev Basumatari

01

-

  1.  

Dr. Binod Chetia

01

01

Details of Book published during the period :

Name of the teachers

Title of the Book(s)

Dr. Aravinda Rajkhowa

Kakoi Habir Bhut Aru Anyanya Kahini

Sampratik Kabita (ed.)

Dr. Kamala Kanta Bori

Novel Approaches to Karbi oral literature

Discourse on Mising and Karbi Folklore

A Critical Handbook of Karbi Paremeology

Dr Barnali Borah

A study of Buddhism Among the Tai Khamtis of Assam

Adhyatabya (ed.)

Dr. Ishmi Rekha Handique Konwar

Contemporary India And Education (ed.)

Assessment and Evaluation

Mr. Tarun Ch. Taid

Role of Phyto chemicals as an anti fertility agent

Details of Books and Journals published by the College/ Institute with ISBN/ ISSN during the period

Sl No

Title of the book

ISBN

Date of publication

Author

1.

Ramanyashbadar Patabhumi

978-93-82723-41-7

October, 2016

Dr. Basanta Kr. Sarmah

2

Lekhak

978-81-925881-8-6

October, 2016

Debajit Sarmah

Number of Research Papers presented in the Seminars/Workshops by the Teachers

Sl No

Name of the Teacher(s)

No of papers in Seminars/Conferences

  1.  

Dr. Arabinda Rajkhowa

08

  1.  

Mr. Rupam Gogoi

03

  1.  

Mr. Arup Das

01

  1.  

Mr. Achinta Saikia

01

  1.  

Chow Chandra Mantche

01

  1.  

Mr. Ranjit Paul

03

  1.  

Dr. Deba Kr. Boruah

02

  1.  

Mrs. Rupanjali morang

01

  1.  

Mr. Prasanta Kr. Phukan

01

  1.  

Dr. Dharitri Borgohain

04

  1.  

Mr. Dipul Talukdar

01

  1.  

Mrs. Munmi Gogoi

01

  1.  

Dr. Diganta Kalita

01

  1.  

Dhanaranjan Kalita

01

  1.  

Dr. Binda Sah

01

  1.  

Mr. Tarun Ch. Taid

02

  1.  

Mr. Atanu Gogoi

04

  1.  

Mr. Hemanta Sarmah

02

  1.  

Mr. Dimbeshwar Das

01

  1.  

Mr. Binoy Kr. Patgiri

09

  1.  

Mr. Bipul Saikia

02

  1.  

Mrs. Purabi Borah

03

  1.  

Mr. Sahidul Ahmed

02

  1.  

Mrs. Jutika Patir

02

  1.  

Mr. Dibyajyoti Hazarika

02

  1.  

Dr. Barnali Borah

08

  1.  

Dr. Chuchengfa Gogoi

 04

  1.  

Ishmi Rekha Handique Konwar

04

  1.  

Mrs. Nandita Dutta

02

  1.  

Mr. Dibyajyoti Gogoi

02

  1.  

Dr. Litul Bakatial

01

  1.  

Dr. Budhadev Basumatari

01

  1.  

Md. Hafez Ali Ahmed

01

  1.  

Dr. Binod Chetia

03

  1.  

Mr. Ratul Lahon

02

  1.  

Dr. Sangeeta Boruah

02

Student Support and Progression:

Extra-Curricular and Co-curricular activities of the students

2012-13

  1. Champion  in Inter College Cricket Competition
  2. Semi Finalist in Inter College Football Competition
  3. Semi Finalist in Inter College Volley ball Competition
  4. Champion in Inter Zonal Cricket Competition Champion
  5. Bagged 5 awards in the Dibrugarh University inter college Youth Festival, 2012-2013 held at Dibrugarh University.
  6. The NCC contingent of the College participated in the march past competition organized by the district administration on the occasion of the Independence Day: 2012 and Republic Day: 2013
  7. Celebrations and bagged the 1stprize on both the occasions.
  8. Thirteen Cadets of the College have been awarded B-Certificate of NCC in 2012
  9. Nine students of the College have been awarded the coveted C-Certificate of N.C.C in 2012.
  10. Twenty One Cadets of the College have participated in CATC Programme in Nagaon in July, 2012.
  11. Three Cadets of the College have participated in Leadership Training Camp in Rajasthan in August, 2012.
  12.  

2013-14

No. of  NCC Cadets and significant activities of the NCC Unit during the period : 100

Significant activities:

i. 20 cadets participated in combined annual training camp held at Puranigudan (Nagaon) from

  13th  to 22nd July, 2013 and won the following prizes:

  1. Ist prize in line layout
  2. Ist prize in drill
  3. Ist prize in solo song by Ms. Priyanka Buragohain
  4. Best drill under 8th Assam Battalion N.C.C. by Prasenjit Lahon.

ii. 8 cadets participated in army training camp held at Solmara (tezpur) from 3rd to 14th February, 2014

iii. 15 cadets participated in combined annual training camp held at Solmara from 21st to 28th March, 2014.

No. of  NSS volunteers 300

Major activities:    The NSS wing of the college has carried out various social and community related activities in 2013-14. Some of its major activities are mentioned below:

  1. A Quiz competition was organized jointly by the Assamese and Economics departments on 02/04/2013 amongst the students from various departments of the college where the NSS programme officer acted as a Quiz Master.
  2. A day long survey was carried out on 8-5-2013 in some backward villages such as Gobirihali, Changmai gaon, Ujani Khamti baligaon, Johing, Nalkata, Seajuli, Pratapgarh etc. for selecting a nodal village. The surveyors made enquiries about the socio-economic status, education etc. of the people with the Gaonburah and some other persons of the area.
  3. The NSS volunteers participated in a plantation programme on 22-7-2013 in the college campus on the occasion of National Environment Day.
  4. A zonal meeting cum workshop on AIDS awareness was organized on 21-9-2013 at the conference hall of North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous) among the programme coordinators of various colleges from Sonitpur, Lakhimpur and Dhemaji districts. The AIDS counsellor of Assam State Aids Control Society was the organizer and chief counsellor of the said programme.
  5. The NSS volunteers took part in campus cleaning programme in the college on 25-9-2013. On the same day there was a get together programme between outgoing and new volunteers of the organization.
  6. Some NSS volunteers numbering about 50 members participated in a field tour to Ranga reserved forest, situated about 45 k.m. away from the college for firsthand knowledge on environment protection on 9-10-2013. The chief conservator of forest Mr. Loken Kakati, Ranger Mr. Biren Baruah, Bit officer Md. Hussain were the resource persons in the discussion programme that was held in the open ground in the forest. Prof. Ranjan kr. Baruah, Tarun Ch. Taid and Dipul Talukdar were the guide in the trekking programme inside the forest.
  7. The NSS programme officer of the college participated in the five day long training programme from the 2nd to 6th December, 2013 on ‘TOT on youth leadership and personality development training’ at IIE, Beltola, Guwahati. The training was organized by the Department of Socially and Economically Disadvantaged Youth RGNIYD, Tamilnadu, in collaboration with NSS regional centre, Guwahati.
  8. A special camp of NSS was organized from the 1st  to 5th December, 2013, in Pratapgarh village, a backward rural area. NSS members numbering 98 took part in the programme under the guidance of 8 teachers. They conducted a door to door survey to collect data related to socio-economic status, health, education, drinking water facility etc. of the people. During the survey the volunteers helped some paddy farmers in harvesting the crop. They also planted some fruit yielding plant saplings in the school campus. The camp ended with a cultural programme jointly organized by the NSS volunteers and the villagers.
  9. The NSS wing of the college organized a special talk on AIDS among the students of KKHSOU, North Lakhimpur Study Centre on 1-1-2014. Leaflets on blood donation and AIDS awareness were also distributed there.
  10. The NSS programme officer participated in a consultation workshop on 21-12-2013on Flexible flood Management planning programme organized by Aaaranyak, a scientific and industrial research organisation in collaboration with the District Disaster Management Authority – Lakhimpur. The workshop was conducted by Dr. Petra Tschkert, Associate Professor, Deptt. of Geography, Pennsylvania State University.
  11. The NSS wing of the college organized a special AIDS awareness catalytic programme on 22-12-2013 in North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous) among the school teachers of 90 different schools from various areas of Lakhimpur and Dhemaji districts.

 Remarkable achievements of students in Regional/National events and Competitions etc. :

  1. Gold medal won by Rakesh Ngatey in discuss throw in the Inter College Athletic meet of Dibrugarh university held in Amguri college from the 3rd to 5th February, 2014.
  2. Gold medal won by Rakesh Ngatey in Shot Put throw in the Inter College Athletic meet of Dibrugarh university held in Amguri college from the 3rd to 5th February, 2014.
  3. The North Lakhimpur College Team comprising the following students was awarded the best team award in the Youth Festival of Dibrugarh University held in Tinisukia College in 2014: Ms. Udipta Saikia, Ms.Himakshi Hazarika, Ms. Annekha Chetia, Ms. Gitimallika Gogoi, Ms. Chiranjiba Neog, Ms. Purnima Gogoi, Ms. Chayanika Borah, Ms. Banashree Hazarika, Sri Biswajyoti Kataki, Sri, Sri Jatin Lahon, Sri Partha Pratim Borah, Sri Darpan Gogoi, Sri Bhaskar Bhuyan, Sri Pabitra Borah, Sri Chandanjyoti Chutia, Sri Kaushik Dutta, Sri Hemanta Goswami, Sri Arunjyoti Buragohain, Sri Jyotishman Das and Sri Chirasundar Borah.
  4. Ms. Annekha Chetia was awarded the trophy for the best singer who won gold medal in Jyoti Sangeet, Rabha Sangeet, Bhupendra Sangeet, Folksong, Modern Song and bronze medal in Bhajan competitions.
  5. Sri Chirasundar Borah won the gold medal in Guiter playing competition.
  6. Sri Arunjyoti Buragohain won the gold medal in Clay modeling and bronze medal in spot painting competition
  7. Sri Jyotishman Das won the gold medal in the speech competition
  8. Ms.Himakshi Hazarika won bronze  medal in competition of the songs of Parvati Prasad
  9. Ms. Banashree Hazarika won the gold medal for the best supporting actress.
  10. Ms. Udipta Saikia, Ms.Himakshi Hazarika, Ms. Annekha Chetia, Sri Biswajyoti Kataki, Sri, Sri Jatin Lahon and Sri Partha Pratim Borah won the gold medal in the group song competition.
  11. North Lakhimpur College magazine won the 1st prize for the best magazine of Dibrugarh University in the Inter College Magazine Competition.
  12. Sri Debashish Bori and Sri Lakhyajit Kalita of H.S. (Science) won the first prize and Sri Imran Hussain and Sri Antarip Gogoi won the second prize in the Inter College Quiz Competition (H.S. level) organized by the Royal Group of Institute in North Lakhimpur College on 26-10-2013.
  13. The North Lakhimpur College team consisting of sri Dhrubajyoti Kakati and Ms. Bandita Devi won the 1st prize in the debating competition held on 1-11-2013 among the college students of Lakhimpur and Dhemaji districts organized by Gogamukh regional students union. Ms. Bandita Devi was adjudged the best debator of the competition.
  14. The North Lakhimpur College team consisting of Sri Dhrubajyoti Kakati and Ms. Gongotri Phukan won the 1st prize in the inter college debating competition held on 19-11-2013 in Dhakuakhana commerce College. Ms. Gongotri Phukan and Sri Dhrubajyoti Kakati were adjudged as the best and the third best debator of the competition.
  15. The North Lakhimpur College team consisting of Sri Dhrubajyoti Kakati and Mr. Imran Hussain won the 3rd prize in the All Assam Open Debating competition held on 17-1-2014 at Kharikatia in Jorhat. Mr. Imran Hussain was adjudged the third best debator of the competition.
  16. Ashim Gogoi of the college won the second prize in the 65 k.g. category in the 1st Inter College Body Building competition of Dibrugarh University held in Piyali Phukan College on 17-12-2013.

.2014-15

Remarkable achievements of students in Regional/National events and Competitions etc. :

  1. Best team (Men) in Dibrugarh University Inter College Athletic Meet ( 02-01- 2015)
  2. Four gold medals and one bronze medal won by the students in All Assam Senior and Junior Athletic Meet
  3. Seven students were selected for Lakhimpur District Athletic Team
  4. Seven students represented the Under 16 level District Cricket team; three students represented the State under 19 Cricket team.
  5. North Lakhimpur College team was adjudged the best team in the Youth Festival of Dibrugarh University and it also won the first prize in the cultural procession
  6. North Lakhimpur College team won the Ist prize in group song competition in Dibrugarh University Youth festival.
  7. North Lakhimpur College Magazine secured the award of the best magazine in Dibrugarh University Youth festival.
  8. Amlanjyoti Chetia was adjudged as the best editor of magazine in the inter college magazine competition
  9. Hemanta Goswami won the award of the best director in drama competition in Dibrugarh University Youth festival.
  10. Jyotishman Das won the Ist prize in Elocution, second prize in essay competition and debating competition in D.U. Youth festival, First prize in zonal poem competition organized by ACTA Lakhimpur Zone and Judges’ special award in state level essay competition organized by Moridhal College.
  11. Dhyanjyoti Gogoi won the first prize in Poster Making in D.U. Youth festival
  12. Chirasundar Borah won the Ist prize in Guitar competition in D.U. Youth festival
  13. North Lakhimpur College team won the 2nd prize in folk dance competition in Dibrugarh University Youth festival.
  14. North Lakhimpur College team won the 2nd prize in drama competition in Dibrugarh University Youth festival.
  15. Chayanika Borah won the first prize in the short story competition organized by ACTA Lakhimpur Zone, third prize in the state level short story competition organized by Moridhal College and  second prize in short story competition in D.U. Youth festival
  16. Himakkhi Hazarika won the Ist prize in ‘Gagana’ in D.U. Youth festival
  17. Arunjyoti Borgohain won the second and third prize in Cartooning and Clay modeling respectively in D.U. Youth festival
  18. Annekha Chetia won the 2nd prize in Bhajan, jyoti sangeet, Bishnu Rabha sangeet, modern song and Borgeet competitions in D.U. Youth festival
  19. Bondita Devi won the 2nd prize in debate competition in D.U. Youth festival
  20. Six students were selected for Sports Talent Search Scholarship
  21. NSS volunteer Ms. Navanita Sarma attended the Yuva Meet programme in New Delhi, a special event of the Delhi Sustainable development Summit on 2nd and 3rd February, 2015.
  22. Priyanka Gogoi won the second prize in state level Bihu dance competition organized by a popular private T.V. channel
  23. Samujjal Saikia won the third prize in Jogananda Borgohain Memorial Inter College Story competition.
  24. Prankrishna Borgohain won the first prize in Jogananda Borgohain Memorial Inter College Story competition.
  25. Bhaswati Boruah won the first prize in zonal Essay competition organized by ACTA Lakhimpur Zone
  26. Dulen Gogoi won the first prize in Tikendrajit Gogoi memorial state level poem competition
  27. The first and second prizes won by the students from the Dept. of Physics in Engineers’ Thinking Test held in Tezpur University.
  28. Four students won prize in the university level and three students won prize in the state level from the college in different debate and symposium competitions

No. of  NCC Cadets and significant activities of the NCC Unit during the period : 100

Significant activities:

  1. Participated in the Independence Day celebration organized by the district authority
  2. Participated in the Republic Day celebration organized by the district authority
  3. Participated in the Dibrugarh University Youth Festival organized by North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous)
  4. Participated in Golap Sarmah Memorial North Eastern Debate Competition  organized by North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous)
  5. Sixteen cadets participated in University level competitions.
  6. Nine cadets won prize in University level competitions.

No. of  NSS volunteers and significant activities of the NSS Unit during the period:

No. of  NSS volunteers 300

The NSS wing of the college has carried out various social and community related activities in 2014-15. Some of its major activities are mentioned below:

  1. The NSS volunteers and the programme officer Participated in a training programme on the issues of health to poor rural women with special reference to knowledge on anatomy and diseases at North Lakhimpur organized by an NGO on the 22nd July, 2014
  2. The NSS volunteers and the programme officer Participated in  the Independence Day celebration in the college
  3. The NSS volunteers rendered service to the 13th Annual Conference of All Assam Women Writers Association held in North Lakhimpur on the 20th September, 2014
  4. The NSS Day was celebrated and a cleanliness drive was taken in the college campus on the 24th September, 2014.
  5. The NSS volunteers participated in the observation of ‘Rastriya Ekta Divas’(the National Unity Day) on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel on the 31st October,’14 and about 100 volunteers participated in the ‘Ekta Dour’ organized by the Lakhimpur District Administration.
  6. The NSS volunteers conducted a local tour to Satajan Bird Conservation Area to study its flora and fauna and organized an awareness programme among the locals for the conservation of the local and migratory birds on the 2nd November,’14.
  7. The NSS wing along with the Women Studies Centre of North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous) organized a one day awareness camp on women health and child education at the NSS adopted village Pratapgarh, Lakhimpur, on the 8th November,’14.
  8. The AIDS Day was observed by the NSS volunteers on the 1st December,’14 in the college and a slide show was arranged to create awareness on AIDS among some rural women and trainee of the Community College.
  9. A group twenty five NSS volunteers from the college  participated in a youth seminar organized by the Energy Resource Institute in Guwahati on the 5th and 6th January, 2015 and Ms. Navanita Sarma had qualified to participate in Delhi Yuva Meet in 2015 as the only representative from Dibrugarh University.
  10. programmes and activities in the Dibrugarh University Youth Festival held in North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous) in the month of January, 2015.
  11. NSS volunteer Ms. Navanita Sarma attended the Yuva Meet programme in New Delhi, a special event of the Delhi Sustainable development Summit on 2nd and 3rd February, 2015.
  12. Two NSS volunteers participated in North East NSS Festival held in Mizoram University, Aizwal from 15th to 19th February, 2015

2015-16

 No. of  NCC Cadets and significant activities of the NCC Unit during the period : 100

Significant activities:

Participated in the Independence Day celebration organized by the district authority

  1. Participated in the Republic Day celebration organized by the district authority
  2. Participated in Golap Sarmah Memorial North Eastern Debate Competition  organized by North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous)
  3. ALC Tamilnadu
  4. TSC Delhi
  5. AITC Shillong
  6. RDC Delhi got first prize in SD drill in Delhi
  7. SUO Joganath Pegu , Camp senior CATC I, organized by 72 Girls’ I COY, Lakhimpur, Assam
  8. 17 cadets got ‘C’ certificate and 15 cadets got “B” certificate
  9. 10 students participated in national level competition and 2 won prize
  10. No of cadets recruited: Indian Army: 2, SSB:1, OTA: 1 and SSC: 1 

No. of  NSS volunteers and significant activities of the NSS Unit during the period:

No. of  NSS volunteers 300

The NSS wing of the college has carried out various social and community related activities in 2015-16. Some of its major activities are mentioned below:

  1. Participated in World Youth Skill Day Programme organized by NYK of  North Lakhimpur
  2. Participated in Cleanliness drive at the college campus
  3. Participated in symbolic demonstration of Emergency Management and Rescue on the Independence Day in Lakhimpur
  4. Participated in a jointly organized one day Community Awareness Programme on school safety at North Lakhimpur College and exercised various skills needed for search and rescue at the time of disaster.
  5. Participated in 10 days Yoga Camp at North Lakhimpur College jointly organized with Vivekananda Kendra, Lakhimpur branch
  6. Participated and Jointly organized 10 days Yoga Camp at North Lakhimpur College and with Sewa Bharati Purbanchal Yuva Bibhag, Lakhimpur branch a Yoga Camp at North Lakhimpur College for students, rural youth and women above 16 years.
  7. Participated in a study tour and cleanliness drive at Satajan Bird Sanctuary, Lakhimpur
  8. Observed the NSS Day
  9. Observed the World Aids Day
  10. 34 NSS volunteers participated in a youth seminar in Guwahati organized by the Energy and Resource Institute, Guwahati and out of them 5 selected to join the Yuva meet in Delhi.
  11. Visited IIE, Beltola, Guwahati, on an educational tour
  12. Participated in a five day Emergency Management Exercise programme organized by District Disaster Management Authority and exercised a mock drill programme
  13. Observed the National Voters Day jointly organized by the Lakhimpur District Administration and North Lakhimpur College and participated in several voters awareness camps.
  14. Five NSS volunteers including two girls participated  in the Yuva Meet at India International Centre, New Delhi
  15. Participated in a six day special camp at Pratapgarh village adopted by North Lakhimpur College.
  16. Participated in wild life habitat study and trekking camp at Kakoi- Dirgha reserve forest and launched an awareness programme in an area marked for man-elephant conflict.
  17. Rendered service at model polling booth at N.L.Govt.H.S.School.
  18. Observed the International Yuga Day
  19. Five NSS volunteers won prize in national level and five in state level.

Remarkable achievements of students in Regional/National events and Competitions etc. :

  1. Best Science Graduate of  Dibrugarh University from the Dept. of Physics
  2. Runners’ Up in D.U. Inter College Cricket Tournament
  3. Seven students received prize in D.U. Inter college Athletics and Cross Country Race and three students won prize in State Level Athletics competitions
  4. Liza Phukan won the Second prize in 70 K.G. category in Junior National Arm Wrestling Competition and First prize in All Assam Arms Wrestling Competition in the same category
  5. Hari Prasad Goswami won the Ist prize in the Go As You Like Competition in the D.U. Youth Festival.
  6. Tulika Hazarika won the 3rd prize in the Debate Competition in the D.U. Youth Festival.
  7. Ms. Ruhina Pegu represented the State Women Cricket Team
  8. Jyotishman Das, Anwesha Chetia and Uttaran Gogoi visited Japan, Sri Lanka and Singapore as Youth Leader of India as a part of a programme financed by Japan Govt.
  9. Six P.G. students qualified NET, one JRF and one SLET of the Dept. of Assamese.
  10. Seven students won individual prize in D. U. Youth Festival
  11. Winner of the Best College Magazine Award for the third time consecutively.
  12. Number of students who won prize in the university level, regional and state level respectively are 3, 2 and 2
  13. Number of students who won prize in debate competitions in university level, regional and state level respectively are 4, 10 and 6.

2016-17

No. of  NCC Cadets and significant activities of the NCC Unit during the period : 100

Significant activities:

  1. Obtained the second prize by the District authority in the Republic day parade
  2. Two cadets participated in the Basic leadership development camp held in Tripura in September, 2016
  3. Two cadets participated in the Advanced leadership development camp held in Tamilnadu in September, 2016
  4. One cadet participated in the Thal sena Camp held in Delhi in October, 2016
  5. Four cadets participated in the National Integration Camp held in Nagaland in March, 2017
  6. Four cadets participated in the Republic Day Parade Camp held in Delhi in January, 2017

No. of  NSS volunteers and significant activities of the NSS Unit during the period:

No. of  NSS volunteers : 250

Event/ Activity

Date

Observation of International Yoga Day at N LCollege.

21/06/2016

Blood Donation Camp organised with District administration, NCC, and Blood Bank Civil Hospital.Lakhimpur : 75 units of    blood donated

13/08/2016

Earthquake and Fire Mock drill at NLC by DDMA in association with Assam state DMA at NL College Auditorium.

02/09/2016

Anti Drug /Anti tobacco rally at N L town in association with ABVP

08/09/2016

World Fraternity Day was observed at college campus.

11/09/2016

Popular talk on Snake conservation by Rajiv Rudra Taring.

Digboi College

15/09/2016

Four NSS Volunteer took part in Butterfly meet at Arunachal Pradesh .

17/09/2016

NSS Day observed. NSS song was sung , talks on unity and social responsibility was delivered by NSS Programme officer, Plantation Done at college campus.

24/09/2016

Special Camp at M K Janajati High School and discussion on Adoption of that Village. Plantation done. Some sports material , Books, still almirah,black board etc were donated to the school. 

25 /10/2016 to

26/10/2016

A procession on Run for Unity was arranged in  Pohumara Satajan area to draw interest on Bird conservation

31/10/2016

Training on Digi payement system at conference hall NLC. Anup Dutta from SBI chief branch manager participated as resource person

09/01/2017

Door to door visit for train and motivate people about Digital payment system with state bank Buddy, Paytm for cashless transaction.

16/01/2017

Digi Dhan  campain by students Volunteer

 30/01/2017

Field visit to jiadhal mukh to study the forest degradation on hill side of Dhemaji.

05/02/2017

Search and rescue training by SDRF and DDMA at SP office ,Lakhimpur

17/2 to 18/02 /2017

NSS Youth Festival in Itanagar. Jigyas Boruah, Gayatri Dutta and Bhaswat Ranjan Bora were the college representatives.

6/03/2017 to 10/03/2017

Sachhwa Bharat Mission (cleanliness drive) at NL town with the District Administration.

26/03/2017

NSS Volunteer took part in Cultural Procession organised by the District Administration on Namami Brahmaputra.

29/03/2017

NSS volunteer visiting small tea garden and paddy field to know the effect of pesticide on plnts and animals, its impact on surrounding envn. 

11/04/2017

NSS Volunteer along with Department of Zoology N L college distributed fish seed (Fingerlings) to some selected fish rearers  at the  NSS adopted village, Badhakara ,

  22/05/2017

Road side campaign for cleaning environment, Plantation at different places, awareness meeting at Badhakara M E School.

05/06/2017

Observation of international Yuga Day with NCC  at indoor stadium, N L College

21/06/2017

Remarkable achievements of students in Regional/National events and Competitions etc. :

Group/Team events

  1. Gold Medal in 4x100 meter Relay Race (Men)  in Inter College Athletics Meet of Dibrugarh University  held in Moridhal College by Swargeshwar Padi, Rupam Sonowal, Tinkul Sonowal and Jagat Ch. Nath
  2. Gold Medal in 4x400 meter Relay Race (Men)  in Inter College Athletics Meet of Dibrugarh University  held in Moridhal College Swargeshwar Padi, Rupam Sonowal, Pinku Boruah and Jagat Ch. Nath
  3. Gold Medal in the Inter College Handball (Men) Tournament of Dibrugarh University  held in Dibrugarh University
  4. The College, represented by 21 students, obtained the award of the best college, second prize in Group Songs and the third prize in cultural procession in the Youth festival of Dibrugarh University held at C.K.B. College, Teok
  5. The best team award won by Gayatri Hazarika and Mukundra Upadhyaya in late Prhlad Borgohain Memorial Inter College and University Debate competition held at Dhakuakhana College.
  6. The college magazine, North Lakhimpur College Magazine, obtained the award of the best magazine of Dibrugarh University.
  7. The second best team award won by Jyotimals Borah and Saurabhjyoti Dutta in Golap sarmah Memorial North East level Inter College and University Debate competition held at North Lakhimpur College
  8. The third best team award won by Samudra Kashyap Dihingia and Pranjit Borah in the Inter District Science Quiz Competition held at Chaiduar College

Individual achievements of the students:

Name of the student

Name of the award/ medal

Regional/

National/

International

Sports/ Cultural

Pinku Boruah

Bronze medal in Long Jump in East Zone Junior Athletics Competition

National

Sports

Gold medal in Triple Jump in Inter College Athletics Meet of Dibrugarh University  held in Moridhal College

Regional

Bronze medal in Broad jump  in Inter College Athletics Meet of Dibrugarh University  held in Moridhal College

Regional

Tinkul Sonowal

Silver medal in Javelin Throw  in East Zone Junior Athletics Competition

National

Silver medal in Shot put throw in Inter College Athletics Meet of Dibrugarh University  held in Moridhal College

Regional

Bronze  medal in Javelin Throw  in  Inter College Athletics Meet  of Dibrugarh University  held in Moridhal College

Regional

Rakesh Ngate

Bronze medal in Shot put throw in East Zone Junior Athletics Competition

National

Gold medal in Shot put throw in Inter College Athletics Meet of Dibrugarh University  held in Moridhal College

Regional

Gold medal in Shot put throw in Inter College Athletics Meet of Dibrugarh University  held in Moridhal College

Regional

Jugal Das

Gold medal in Hammer throw in Inter College Athletics Meet of Dibrugarh University  held in Moridhal College

Regional

Liza Phukan

2nd Prize in Arm Wrestling in Senior and Junior Arm Wrestling Championship

National

Chitra Jyoti Medak

Certificate of Participation in Dhaka- Assam Handball Series

International

Best Handball Player award of the Inter College Handball (Men) Tournament of Dibrugarh University  held in Dibrugarh University

Regional

sports

Jagat Ch. Nath

Gold medal in 400 meter race in Inter College Athletics Meet of Dibrugarh University  held in Moridhal College

Regional

Gold medal in 200 meter race in Inter College Athletics Meet of Dibrugarh University  held in Moridhal College

Regional

Silver medal in 100 meter race in East Zone Junior Athletics Competition

Regional

Amarendra Doley

Silver medal in Power Lifting in 60 k.g. category in Inter College Weight Lifting, Power Lifting (M/W) and Best Physique Tornament of Dibrugarh University  held in SPP College, Namti

Regional

Rabat Kr. Pegu

Bronze medal in Power Lifting in 60 k.g. category in Inter College Weight Lifting, Power Lifting (M/W) and Best Physique Tornament of Dibrugarh University  held in SPP College, Namti

Regional

Labajit Sonowal

Bronze medal in Power Lifting in 65 k.g. category in Inter College Weight Lifting, Power Lifting (M/W) and Best Physique Tornament of Dibrugarh University  held in SPP College, Namti

Regional

Subhashish Boruah

Bronze medal in under 54 k.g. category (Men) in Inter College Taekwondo (Men) Tournament of Dibrugarh University  held in Dibrugarh University

Regional

Udweepta Gogoi

Bronze medal in under 54 k.g. category (Women) in Inter College Taekwondo (women) Tournament of Dibrugarh University  held in Dibrugarh University

Regional

Hariprasad Goswami

Got Patent for Start up of a Board Game

National

Won Gold Medal in Mimicry in  the Youth festival of Dibrugarh University held at C.K.B. College, Teok

Regional

Cultural

Annekha Chetia

Won the first prize in Bhupendra Sangeet  in the Youth festival of Dibrugarh University held at C.K.B. College, Teok

Regional

Cultural

Won the first prize in Jayanta Sangeet  in the Youth festival of Dibrugarh University held at C.K.B. College, Teok

Regional

Cultural

Won the second prize in Modern Songs  in the Youth festival of Dibrugarh University held at C.K.B. College, Teok

Regional

Cultural

Won the second prize in Bhajan  in the Youth festival of Dibrugarh University held at C.K.B. College, Teok

Regional

Cultural

Won the second prize in English recitation  in the Youth festival of Dibrugarh University held at C.K.B. College, Teok

Regional

Cultural

Won the third prize in Folk Songs  in the Youth festival of Dibrugarh University held at C.K.B. College, Teok

Regional

Cultural

Biju Hajong

Won the first prize in Collage  in the Youth festival of Dibrugarh University held at C.K.B. College, Teok

Regional

Cultural

Won the third prize in Clay Modelling in the Youth festival of Dibrugarh University held at C.K.B. College, Teok

Regional

Cultural

Himakhi Bhuyan

1st runner up of Miss Photogenic, 2017, in a National Beauty Pageant Competition organized by Wrecking Bolt Studio and Entertainment

National

Cultural

Major grievances of students redressed:

Nature of the grievance

How they were addressed

Shortage in infrastructure

A sum of Rs. 10,00000/- was allotted for improving the infrastructure of the departments including provision for generator set.

Congested sitting arrangement

Adequate numbers of desks and benches were supplied.

Inadequate lighting and fan in the class rooms

The grievance was remedied with renewed electrical wiring and installation of bulbs and fans.

Inadequate lavatory facility

New boys’ urinals have been constructed and steps taken to maintain the sanitation.

Shortage of chemicals, apparatus and books (especially for PG classes)

Chemicals and apparatus were provided to the concerned departments and more books were added to the library.

Accumulation of plastic garbage

The college has initiated a” clean and green campus” campaign in which the use of plastics within the college campus is restricted. 

Shortage of space and water logging in the bike/ cycle stands

The college has come up with additional bike/ cycle stand and earth filling was done to meet the problem of water logging.

Disturbance in attending classes due to various cultural and sports practice sessions

Measures taken for the practice sessions to begin only after the classes were over.

Students’ demand for decreasing the pass mark from 40% to 30%,

Fewer gaps in the exam. schedule

Discussions are underway with the office of the Controller of Examinations to resolves such issues.

Up gradation of Infrastructure and Learning Resources (2012-17)

Language Lab, Virtual Library, Wi- Fi Connectivity, Auditorium, construction/extension of the Zoology Dept. Building, classroom for the Dept. Physical Education, New Administrative Building, Physics Department Building, Digital Class Room, Class room for PG classes and Partial extension of Girls’ Hostel, extension of the New Girls’ Hostel, up gradation of the laboratories of the Dept. of Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, Education and Physical Education, additional laboratory of the Dept. Of Computer Science, construction of class rooms for Zoology Dept., Renovation of the Teachers’ Common Room and the Teachers’ Common Room of the Dept. Of Chemistry, Computer Laboratory up gradation of the Dept. of Mathematics, addition to the infrastructure for the P.G. courses in Political Science, Chemistry and Mass Communication and Journalism, digital class room

Sports facilities of the College:

North Lakhimpur College is well equipped with facilities required for indoor and outdoor sports activities of the students. It has developed a separate sports complex comprising of the Indoor Stadium, Basket Ball Court, Gymnasium Hall and the Sports Ground in a part of the college. The college has a big playground in between college building and the hostels. The playground remains fit throughout the year for all kinds of outdoor sports. Utilizing the facility the Cricket and the Football teams are consistently doing well in inter college meets of Dibrugarh University. Students regularly utilize the playground for athletic events and their performances are well reflected in different competitions. This ground is also used for some inter districts sports. The construction of a synthetic trek is going on there with the sponsorship of the central Ministry of Youth Welfare and Sports. The college maintains a very well equipped gymnasium hall and students are taking full advantage of this facility and in recent times they have been begging many prizes in weight lifting and bodybuilding meets. Excellent infrastructure is available for Table tennis and Badminton in the indoor stadium. Interested students can avail the facility of playing carom, table tennis etc. in their respective common rooms as wells. Training programmes for sports and culture are organized periodically.

Up gradation of the Library services:

2012-2013

Items

The Year before (2011-12)

Last Year (2012-13)

Total Cost

(Rs.)

Number

Number

Text books

95

768

2,25,619.00

Reference Books

37

17

20,457.00

Other books

95

78

12,551.00

Journals/Periodicals

14

27

16410.00

Encyclopedia

Nil

10 sets

97,750.00

Total

3,62,787.00

2013-2014

Existing

Newly added

Total

 

No.

Value

No.

Value

No.

Value

 

Text Books

46,699

Rs.2,33,49,500

450

Rs.1,05,700

47149

Rs.2,35,74,500

 

Reference Books

16,870

Rs.84,35000

141

Rs.65,500

17011

Rs.85,05,500

 

e-Books

80,000

Free from INFLIBNET

 

Journals

33

Rs. 30,749

4

Rs.8749

37

Rs.39,498

 

e-Journals

3800

Free from INFLIBNET

 

Digital Database

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

 

CD & Video

200

Free from journals and magazines

 
 

2015-16

 

Existing

Newly added

Total

No.

Value

No.

Value

No.

Value

Text Books

30174

Rs. 1,51,32,368

232

Rs. 56,862

30406

Rs. 1,51,89,230

Reference Books

17308

Rs. 86,34,812

348

Rs. 1,80,988

17656

Rs. 88,15,800

e-Books

80,000+

Through N list programme under INFLIBNET, Ahmedabad

Journals

29

Rs. 20,850

02

Rs. 5140

31

Rs. 25,990

e-Journals

3,500+

Through N list programme under INFLIBNET, Ahmedabad

Digital Database

450

 

CD & Video

275

 

Others (specify)

Bound volumes/Newspaper Clippings etc.

2014-15

 

Existing

Newly added

Total

No.

Value

No.

Value

No.

Value

Text Books

29,997

Rs.1,50,69000

777

Rs.3,13,625

30,774

Rs.1,53,82,625

Reference Books

17,152

Rs. 8,50,5,500

220

Rs. 83,956

17,382

Rs. 8,58,9,456

e-Books

80,000

Access free of cost from INFLIBNET as a N- list member from 2012

Journals

37

Rs. 39498

02

Rs. 2100

39

Rs. 41598

e-Journals

3,800

Access free of cost from INFLIBNET as a N- list member from 2012

Digital Database

380

As Digital Library resources

CD & Video

250

Free from journals

Others (specify)

Nil

 

 

2016-17

 

Existing

Newly added

Total

No.

Value

No.

Value

No.

Value

Text Books

30404

Rs. 1,51,89,230

441

Rs. 1,00,406

30847

Rs. 1,52,89,636

Reference Books

17656

Rs. 88,15,800

654

Rs. 4,77,426

18310

Rs. 92,93,226

e-Books

80,000+

Through N list programme under INFLIBNET, Ahmadabad

Journals

31

Rs. 25,990

04

Rs. 7,600

35

Rs. 33,590

e-Journals

3,800+

Through N list programme under INFLIBNET, Ahmadabad

Digital Database

550

 

CD & Video

305

 

Others (specify)

Bound volumes/Newspaper Clippings etc.

Scheme(s) undertaken by the college with financial assistance from State Govt., UGC or any other funding agency:

2012-13

  1. Construction of Language Laboratory.
  2. Construction of Computer Laboratory in Chemistry Department.
  3. Construction of Auditorium is going on.
  4. Construction of Class Room for Geography and Electronics department.
  5. Construction of Pavilion
  6. Construction of new Women Hostel
  7. Renovation of Conference Hall
  8. Installation of LCD projectors, sound system in big class rooms.
  9. Installation of new additional computers in Central Library.
  10. Construction of new Cycle Stand.
  11. Establishment of Virtual Learning Centre.

 Technology up gradation:

  1. Virtual Learning Centre is established.
  2. Language Laboratory is established.
  3. For online submission of Self Assessment Report and API of teacher a new software “API Quest” has been installed
  4. LAN links with broadband internet facility is completed in the New Arts Building.
  5. Twelve new desktops and two laptops are added to the already existing 110 computers.
  6. Four new LCD projectors are installed in the college.
  7. Five new broadband connections are installed within the campus

 

2013-14

Name of scheme(s) undertaken

Name of funding agency

Outcome

  • Construction of women Hostel

UGC

Ongoing

  • General developments

UGC (Autonomous)

Ongoing

  • Renovation of various departments

UGC (CPE)

Ongoing

  • Foundation of the Bio Tech Hub

DBT

Ongoing

  • IQAC Activities

UGC

Ongoing

  • Construction of the  Administrative Building

State Government

Ongoing

  • Construction of the  Digital Classroom

State Government

Ongoing

  • Construction of Teachers Quarters

Individual contribution by teachers and UGC General development Fund

completed

  • Extension works of the New Arts building

UGC General development Fund

and Student fees

completed

  • Construction of the new building for Physics department

Student fees

Ongoing

2014-15

  • Construction of administrative building

State Govt.

Completed

  • Construction of digital classroom

Do

Completed

  • Construction of digital library

do

Completed

  • Construction of the Physics Dept. building

College Dev. Fund

Completed

  • Construction of Assamese dept. building

UGC General Dev. Fund

Completed

  • Construction of the office of the controller of exam.

College Dev. Fund

Completed

  • Construction of new computer lab

UGC Community College

Completed

  • Construction of Assamese dept. computer lab

UGC Autonomous Grant

Completed

  • Up gradation of the laboratories of the dept. of Physics, Chemistry, Electronics, Botany and Zoology

UGC CPE

Completed

  • Extension of girls’ hostel

UGC

Completed

  • Up gradation of the sericulture laboratory

UGC Community College

Completed

  • Wi-Fi connectivity in the campus

UGC CPE

Completed

  • Institutional Biotech Hub

DBT

Ongoing

  • COPs

UGC

Ongoing

  • National seminar

UGC

Completed

  • Disaster Management

UGC

Onging

2015-16

  • Laboratory up gradation of the Dept. of Physics, Chemistry, Education and Physical Education

UGC (CPE)

Completed

  • Construction of new Girls Hostel

UGC

Completed

  • Extension and up gradation of  class room and laboratory of the Dept. of Zoology

UGC (Community College)

Completed

  • Additional Laboratory for  the Dept. of Computer Science

College Development Fund

Completed

  • Infrastructure for the P.G. Dept. of Mass Communication and Journalism

UGC (Autonomy Grant)

Completed

  • Infrastructure for the P.G. Dept. of Political Science

College Development Fund

Completed

  • Construction of Synthetic Trek

Central Ministry of Youth Welfare and Sports

Ongoing

  • Construction of Digital Class Room

State Govt.

Completed

  • Development of the Teachers’ Common Room, Dept. of Chemistry

College Development Fund

Completed

  • Computer Laboratory up gradation of the Dept. of Mathematics

College Development Fund

Completed

  • Construction of Spur on Somdiri River Bank

College Development Fund

Completed

  • Adoption of Girl Students

UGC (CPE)

Ongoing

  • Extension Activities

UGC (CPE)

Completed

2016-17

  • Construction of Sports Hostel

Ministry of Youth welfare and Sports, Govt. of India

Completed

  • Construction of Language laboratory

RUSA

Completed

  • Construction of New Girls hostel

UGC

Completed

  • extension of rooms for the dept. of Zoology

UGC (Community College)

Completed

  • Construction of rooms for distance education under Krishnakanta Handique State Open University

College Development Fund

Ongoing

  • Construction of Central Instrumentation centre

UGC (CPE)

Ongoing

  • Construction of Central Museum

UGC (CPE)

Ongoing

  • Up gradation of laboratories of the dept. of Education, chemistry, Mathematics and Computer Science

College Development Fund

Completed

  • Construction of Parking Shades

College Development Fund

Completed

  • Construction of the building for the dept. of Physical education

College Development Fund

Completed

  • Renovation of the old Assam type building

College Development Fund

Completed

  • Infrastructure for the P.G. Dept. of Mass Communication

UGC (Autonomy Grant)

Completed

.    Extension Activities :

    2012-13

  1. Awareness Programme on AIDS in Badhakara High School in 3rdDecember, 2012, organized by the NSS wing, N. L. College.
  2. Social service Programme: 150 volunteers of N.S.S wing, North Lakhimpur College completed a cleanliness drive inside and outside the college campus on 2ndOctober, 2012.
  3. “World AIDS Day” observed on 1stDecember, 2012 a total 100 Nos. of N.S.S. Volunteer participated in various programmes of World AIDS day, organized by N.S.S. wings of North Lakhimpur College.
  4. Flood Relief Programme during November, 2012, 100 volunteers of N.S.S. wing of North Lakhimpur College participated in the Disaster Management Programme with Programme Officer, and helped the flood affected people in different ways.

2013-14

  1. A day long survey was carried out on 8-5-2013 in some backward villages such as Gobirihali, Changmai gaon, Ujani Khamti baligaon, Johing, Nalkata, Seajuli, Pratapgarh etc. for selecting a nodal village. The surveyors made enquiries about the socio-economic status, education etc. of the people with the Gaonburah and some other persons of the area.
  2. A zonal meeting cum workshop on AIDS awareness was organized on 21-9-2013 at the conference hall of North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous) among the programme coordinators of various colleges from Sonitpur, Lakhimpur and Dhemaji districts. The AIDS counsellor of Assam State Aids Control Society was the organizer and chief counsellor of the said programme.
  3. Some NSS volunteers numbering about 50 members participated in a field tour to Ranga reserved forest, situated about 45 k.m. away from the college for firsthand knowledge on environment protection on 9-10-2013. The chief conservator of forest Mr. Loken Kakati, Ranger Mr. Biren Baruah, Bit officer Md. Hussain were the resource persons in the discussion programme that was held in the open ground in the forest. Prof. Ranjan kr. Baruah, Tarun Ch. Taid and Dipul Talukdar were the guide in the trekking programme inside the forest.
  4. A special camp of NSS was organized from the 1st  to 5th December, 2013, in Pratapgarh village, a backward rural area. NSS members numbering 98 took part in the programme under the guidance of 8 teachers. They conducted a door to door survey to collect data related to socio-economic status, health, education, drinking water facility etc. of the people. During the survey the volunteers helped some paddy farmers in harvesting the crop. They also planted some fruit yielding plant saplings in the school campus. The camp ended with a cultural programme jointly organized by the NSS volunteers and the villagers.
  5. The NSS wing of the college organized a special talk on AIDS among the students of KKHSOU, North Lakhimpur Study Centre on 1-1-2014. Leaflets on blood donation and AIDS awareness were also distributed there.
  6. The NSS programme officer participated in a consultation workshop on 21-12-2013on Flexible flood Management planning programme organized by Aaaranyak, a scientific and industrial research organisation in collaboration with the District Disaster Management Authority – Lakhimpur. The workshop was conducted by Dr. Petra Tschkert, Associate Professor, Deptt. of Geography, Pennsylvania State University.
  7. The NSS wing of the college organized a special AIDS awareness catalytic programme on 22-12-2013 in North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous) among the school teachers of 90 different schools from various areas of Lakhimpur and Dhemaji districts.
  8. The NSS wing of the college took a plantation drive in the current session on 22/07/2013 in the college campus to make it eco-friendly.
  9. The Department of Zoology undertook a programme of plantation in the campus.

2014-15

  1. The Dept. of Economics undertook a survey on sanitation and rural development
  2. Mathematics Olympiad was conducted by the Dept. of Mathematics
  3. The dept. of Physical education organized a Martial Art Coaching Camp for  girl students
  4. North Lakhimpur College Cine Club undertook the following extension programmes:
  5. Two days workshops on Cinematography in collaboration with ‘Indian Documentary Producers’ Association and Film and Cultural society of North East’ on the 21st and 22nd August, 2014
  6. Day long Assamese Film Festivals at North Lakhimpr College ( 20th August and 30th November, 2014),  in Bowalguri, Lakhimpur ( 22nd October, 2014) and in Ghunasuti, Lakhimpur (10th March, 2015).
  7. The NSS volunteers and the programme officer Participated in a training programme on the issues of health to poor rural women with special reference to knowledge on anatomy and diseases at North Lakhimpur organized by an NGO on the 22nd July, 2014
  8. The NSS volunteers participated in the observation of ‘Rastriya Ekta Divas’(the National Unity Day) on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel on the 31st October,’14 and about 100 volunteers participated in the ‘Ekta Dour’ organized by the Lakhimpur District Administration.
  9. The NSS volunteers conducted a local tour to Satajan Bird Conservation Area to study its flora and fauna and organized an awareness programme among the locals for the conservation of the local and migratory birds on the 2nd November,’14.
  10. The NSS wing along with the Women Studies Centre of North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous) organized a one day awareness camp on women health and child education at the NSS adopted village Pratapgarh, Lakhimpur, on the 8th November,’14..
  11. The AIDS Day was observed by the NSS volunteers on the 1st December,’14 in the college and a slide show was arranged to create awareness on AIDS among some rural women and trainee of the Community College.
  12. The community College sericulture of North Lakhimpur college in association with Tezpur University and Dibrugarh University organized a one day workshop on “G I  muga silk of Assam” at North Lakhimpur College premises and all total 98 application was received from the stakeholder for GI of Muga.  

2015-16:

  1. The students of Disaster Management participated in Community Awareness Programme organized by NDRF and in Search, Rescue and Volunteer Group Formation Programme organized by District Disaster Management Cell.
  2. The Dept. of Assamese organized a Cultural Exchange Programme and Seminar at Murkongselek.
  3. The Dept. of Zoology promoted a programme of Rice-Fish Culture at Roiya Bakal village , Panigaon.
  4. The Dept. of physical Education organized a cleanliness drive and Plantation programme as well as a Martial Art Coaching camp for girl students.
  5. North Lakhimpur College Cine Club organized several quality film shows in Lakhimpur and neighbouring districts.

2016-17

  1. Adoption of a village by the NSS wing of the college continued
  2. Adoption of a girl student every year by giving financial aid for her educational expenditure continued
  3. Awareness programme on Anti-Intoxicants by NSS in collaboration with ABVP
  4. Flood Relief Camp  by NSS
  5. Community Consultation camp on socio-economic and cultural survey of people in Tunijan village, North Lakhimpur, Assam
  6. Field trip and conflict study workshopin Majuli, the largest river island, also known as cultural capital of Assam.
  7. Voter’s awareness camp at remote areas in collaboration with District Administration, Lakhimpur District, Assam.
  8. Community participation Programme on Women Health by the students and teachers of the PG Diploma in Disaster Management in collaboration with M.K. Janajati High School, Lakhimpur.
  9. Swachh Bharat programme in collaboration with District Administration, Lakhimpur
  10. Organizing Assamese film show by the Cine club at Goroimari L.P.School

Best Practices

(A)

1. Title of the practice: ‘Letters and pages’ Scheme

Objectives of the Practice

The college started the scheme in order to encourage the students to read more books. It is often seen that reading the printed page has been replaced by reading on the screen and this has its own share of loopholes in the sense that the net savvy generation may easily get drifted to the various sites while reading. To enhance the concentration level of students, increase reading speed besides taking them to newer areas of human knowledge are the defining aspects of the practice. The intended outcome is the creation of readers ever eager to delve deeper in to the world of books. Thus, the primary objective is to culture and strengthen reading habit among students.

The Context

It was seen that most students hardly read any book not mentioned in the syllabi or necessitated by concerns of their programme(s) of study. The Principal, Librarian and members of the Library Committee, North Lakhimpur College Publication Committee and the Department of Assamese came up with an idea of encouraging the students to read books at a reasonable pace and form and present their own ideas in the form of book review after reading. The practice includes book reading, book review writing, book lottery and providing book for the students on discount at the retail outlet of the publication committee.

The Practice

The practice has different dimensions which are given below:

  • The competition is not compulsory or binding on all students. The students are to pick up any book from the college library. The library authority notes the entry number of the book against the name of the student borrowing the same for reading. A student has to read and submit a review of the book within the notified time to the Librarian. The winners are given prizes which have a dual impact on the reader: enhancement of reading skills and honing of summarizing skills which are very important for a student in today’s highly competitive world. The practice is non-profit making in motive and the entire amount collected is utilised for buying books to be given away as prizes from the retail outlet of the publication committee.

The publication committee of the college firmly believes that books should be made accessible to the students. The outlet sells books at discounted prices to the students to the highest possible level. It also publishes books and a newspaper whenever funds permit and on occasions

The practice is very essential in today’s context as it is capable of creating a generation of readers with a critical acumen. It aims at generating interest in books by making books accessible to the students. Its uniqueness lies in the space it provides to the students as the authority concerned hardly has any space to interfere till the books borrowed are returned and book reviews submitted. The book lottery can claim its place of uniqueness among all educational institutions of the country.

There are some constraints such as the sessional examinations and end semester examinations that are periodically conducted which necessitates last time change in the schedule of events. But it must be admitted that the constraints are not severe in nature. 

Evidence of Success

  1. The best practice of encouraging the culture of book reading among students has proved to be immensely popular. It is also seen that the students of the college are able to write quality articles/ essays in the publications of the college.
  2. Book lottery is getting increasingly popular.
  3. The students have gradually learnt the art of literary appreciation in general and book reading in particular.
  4. The college has published an anthology of book reviews written exclusively by students of the college.
  5. Publication of a college newspaper Campus which is published on special occasions.

Problems Encountered and Resources Required

The problems encountered while implementing the scheme are not many. However some components of the practice like publication involves financial dealings. In this regard the following points may be made:

  • The practice requires no financial aid in the book reading competition other than for buying books for prizes.
  • Periodic tests/ sessional examinations sometimes hamper conduct of the competition.
  • Inflow of funds for book and newspaper publication is limited.

2. Name of the practice: Girl Child Adoption

Objectives of the Practice

  The primary objective of the best practice is to encourage and ascertain education of meritorious girls belonging to economically weaker sections of the society. To ascertain gender equality in the society is an important goal of the college. The institution’s quest to reach the deserving cutting across odds is the determining motive behind conducting the practice. The intended outcome is to make education accessible to the needy so that the adopted girls can become worthy citizens of the nation tomorrow.

The Context

  • Efforts like Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao have shown that the preferential treatment given to boys ends with deprivation on the part of girls. The college feels that it is high time that we do something to end this social menace within our capacity and resources.
  • The college shall strive to support the adopted girls at least up to the graduation level and if they are able to perform decently in the qualifying examinations then they would be provided with ample support for carrying out higher education.
  • While implementing the practice the assigned teachers of the college visit nearby schools and meet the school authority to track meritorious girl students belonging to poor economic background.
  • The biggest challenge is the problem of plenty but despite the intention to help everybody the college adopts only 1 girl per year because of resource constraints.

The Practice

The College adopts one girl every year belonging to financially weak families with the intention that the college shall pay for her studies at least up to the undergraduate level.

The Principal constitutes a committee to select the deserving candidate for adoption.

  • As of now the college pays an amount of Rs. 12,000.00 per year (additional aid may be provided depending on circumstances) to the adopted girls.
  • Its uniqueness in the contemporary Indian context lies in the focus on gender equality and sensitization considering dwindling sex ratios in some parts of the country.

Evidence of Success

  • The parents appear happy at the prospect of their daughters becoming graduates in future and many parents have approached the college authority to allow their daughters get the privilege.
  • The nearby schools have also expressed satisfaction that at least one of their girl students belonging to an economically backward family is certain of achieving higher education.

Problems Encountered and Resources Required

  • The practice requires spending a bearable amount of funds.

There is the problem of plenty. There are too many to help but financial resources prevent the institution from spreading arms too wide.

Other best practices of the college as observed by NAAC

Curricular Aspects

Autonomy in preparation of syllabus by the Board of Studies and formation of the Academic Council under the status of autonomous college.

UGC Innovative P.G Diploma and DBT sponsored PG Diploma along with COPs’ and Distance education schemes of different universities.

Teaching-Learning and Evaluation

CBSS and CGPA system

Well designed academic calendar. Transparent admission process.

Learner centric approaches and continuous internal evaluation

Project work, field work and home assignments are made part of learning process.

Quality teaching and maintenance of student discipline.

Personal care of students by faculty

Good learning resources and student support system

ICT enabled teaching - learning practices. Virtual Learning Centre and Language Laboratory

Autonomy in the examination system

 

Research, Consultancy & Extension

Involvement of teachers in research activities.

Existence of e-journal

Infrastructure and Learning Resources

Adequate infrastructure, library, computer centre, internet, laboratory, canteen etc.

Hostel for boys and girls.

Publication Cell

Sports complex

Student Support and Progression

Discipline and security,

Good enrolment of girls;

Good results and progression to higher education;

Commendable cultural activities;

Anti ragging and grievance redressal cell.

Scope for sports and cultural activities.

Counseling on Career Planning and Higher Studies.

Dress code for all students.

Governance and Leadership

Decentralized and democratic functioning of the college, a move towards transparent administration

Impressive generation of resources from UGC and other central agencies.

Parents-guardian and alumni forum.

Extension Programmes and well-knit college-neighborhood network

Welfare schemes for teachers, staff and students

IQAC Meeting Proceedings

IQAC Core Values

IQAC Initiatives