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The Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of Dhemaji Girls’ College was formed in 15th Feb. 2012, 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 IQAC has a steering committee with the following members:

  1. Dr. Dipak Borgohain, Principal, Dhemaji Girls’ College (Chairperson and member from the administration)
  2. Dr. Sunit Kr. Gogoi, President of Governing Body, Dhemaji Girls’ College (member from the management)
  3. Mr. Mon Mohan Gogoi, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Political Science, and Dr. Krishna Borgohain, Assistant Professor, Deptt. Of English, and Dhemaji Girls’ College (Joint-Coordinator)
  4. Dr. Manash Neog, Principal, Harhi College, (member from the administration)
  5. Dr. Hirumoni Baruah, Principal, Bordoloni Central College, (member from the administration)
  6. Mrs. Pali Baruah, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Mathematics, Dhemaji Girls’ College, (member)
  7. Mrs. Nomita Deori, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Mathematics, Dhemaji Girls’ College, (member)
  8. Mr. Jugananda Gohain, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Sociology, Dhemaji Girls’ College, (member)
  9. Mr. Jadumoni Goswami, (member from the Parents & Guardians’ Association)
  10. Mr. Thanuram Gogoi, Librarian, Dhemaji Girls’ College, (external member)
  11. Mrs. Rumi Biorgohain, Lakhimpur, (member from the Alumni)
  12. Mrs. Parthana Buragohain, (member from the Alumni)
  13. Mr. Khagen Gogoi, Barpatoriya Gaon, Dhemaji (external member from industry and entrepreneurship)
  14. Mrs. Nitumoni Gohain, General Secretary, DGCSU (member from the student community

Basic Goals

  1. To develop a system for conscious and consistent improvement in the performance of the college.
  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 quality measures 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. 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.

Minutes of IQAC Programmes last Five years, Dhemaji Girls College

Report of Awareness Programme on Disaster Management

Today on 22nd August, Thursday, 2013. Dhemaji Girls’ College (IQAC) has organized on Awareness programme on Disaster Management in collaboration with NDRF in the college auditorium. The honorable principal of Dhemaji Girls’ College had presided the Awareness Programme. The member of NDRF had delivered Speeches on the different types of Disasters such as flood, earthquake etc. and how to manage the disasters. They even demonstrated before the students how to overcome these situations. In their speeches they had explained that, Disaster Management can be defined as the organization and management of resources and responsibilities for dealing with all humanitarian aspects of emergencies, in particular preparedness, response and recovery in order to lessen the Impact of disasters. The different types of Disaster are: Geographical, Hydrological, Climatologically, Meteorological and Biological. Disaster Management occupies an important place in this country’s policy framework as it is the poor and the under privileged who are worst affected on account of disasters. They explained that Disaster Management plans are multi-layered and are aimed to address such issues as floods, hurricanes, fires, and even mass failures of utilities or the rapid spread of disease. The disaster plan is likely to address such as important matter, as relinquishing people from an impacted region, arranging temporary housing, food and medical care. This Awareness programmer ran for two hours. All the teachers and students of the college were present at this programme and were very much interested in the demonstrations of the NDRF team.

Proceeding of the workshop programme on “Bihu Present and Past"

Today on 4 September 2014 thursday IQAC, Dhemaji Girls’ College organized a workshop programme on “Bihu-Present and Past”.

In this workshop programme, Mrs. Madhurima Chowdhury, Assamese Flim actress and Bihu Samragee and Mr. Chittaranjan Basumotory, Vice-President of All Assam Students’ Union (AASU) were the resource persons. At first, at 11.30 am Mrs. Madhurima Chowdhury inaugurated our College well-magazine “Gojali” by herself. After that, the workshop programme inaugurated with a song sung by our student Miss Pallabi Gogoi. Next, felicitation programme was held. Welcome speech was delivered by Mrs. Junmoni Bhitoruwal Konwar, Deptt. of Assamese. The workshop programme presided over by our Principal Sir, Dr. Dipak Borgohain. Mrs. Madhurima Chowdhury sang a ‘Borgeet’, performed acting and explained about all mudras of Bihu Practically. According to Chittaranjan Basumotary, if we have nat knowledge about Bihu and our culture and if we do not know to sing and dance bihu, if we cannot explain about bihu to others. Then how could others. Know about our culture, about our bihu. We must expose ourselves.

At the end, ‘Vote of thanks’ was given to all of the students, resource persons, Principal sir and all of the audience.

Report of Workshop on Self-defense

Today on 4th April, Saturday 2015, IQAC Dhemaji Girls’ College has organized a workshop on Self defense in the college auditorium. The honourable principal of the college Dr. Dipak Borgohain had presided the workshop.

In this workshop Mr. Binud Kumbang, Popularly known as ‘Kumbang the Storm’, black better in kungfu action Director in Bollywood from Northeast, International professional wrestler is the resource person of the programme. He had encouraged the students to have self-defense tricks side by side of their academic studies. He even showed different types of skills for self defense with the help of students and the teachers. Mr. Kumbang says that the best self-defense strategies and techniques works equally well for men and women; women really need them because they are assaulted more often them man. Statistics indicate that one in three women will be the victim of some types of violent attack in her life time. Women also endure more incidents of verbal and sexual harassment. Although most women’s’ self defense courses focus on skills for quickly and efficiently destroying an attacker, Self–defense training also should include methods for preventing a confrontation from turning physical in the first place. Mr. Kumbang had explained his own experience how he became is Action Hero, a black better and a well known wrestler. He Challenges that if anybody can perform at least one punch he or she can join in his (Binnd Kumbang’s) training programme. Maximum students and teachers of the college were present at this workshop. The programme ran for two hours.

Awareness Programme on Blood Donation and Blood Testing Programme

Today on IQAC, Dhemaji Girls’ College has organized an awareness programme on Blood donation and blood group testing in collaboration with District Red Ribbon Club and Blood bank of Dhemaji Civil Hospital.

The Programme started from 11.00 am in the Dhemaji Girls’ College auditorium Dr. Khagen Doley, Pediatrician of Dhemaji Civil hospital and a team of Blood Bank, Dhemaji Civil Hospital participated in the programme as resource person. At first, felicitation programme was held. Blood group testing Programme started from 12.00 O’ clock. All the students and teachers tested their blood groups. Dr. Khangen Doley delivered a valuable speech about blood donation. He said that, “Blood donation is good for health. People who donate blood are actually at a lower risk for heart attack and diabetes than non-donors. This may be because of donating blood reduces iron levels. Donating blood is one of the noblest things. Blood donation saves more than 4.5 million lives annually, because there is no substitute for human blood. It is healthy for our body as it is for our mind.” As a result of this awareness programme, our student Miss Mayashree Das donated a unit of blood to blood bank of Dhemaji Civil Hospital today. Moreover, our Principal Sir, Dr. Dipak Borgohain, Mr. Mon Mohan Gogoi, Mr. Jugananda Buragohain, Mr. Padma Bikash Chutia, Mr. Bijoy Sharma, Mr. Benudhor Deori , Mr. Rupak Deka, Mr. Debojit Missong also donated blood.

Report on Celebration of Bishnu Rabha Divas

Today on 20th June, 2016, The Bishun Rabha Divas is celebrated by the IQAC, Dhemaji Girls’ College in Collaboration with women cell of the college in the college auditorium. The programme started from 11.am. In which the honourable Principal of the College Dr. Dipak Borgohain was the president.

A Competition on the songs of Bishnu Rabha was held among the students of the college where Mrs. Merina Borsaikia, Mrs. Rini Borgohain and Mrs. Ruba Buragohain were the judges of the competition. All three are the assistant professors of the college. The result of the competition was:

  • 1st Prize : Ms Rimjim Sonowal.
  • 2nd Prize : Ms Panlina Gogoi.
  • 3rd Prize : Ms Pallabi Boruah.

Total Sixty-Seven (67) Students of the college and nineteen teachers were present at this competition programme. After the prize distribution, all the three respected judges had performed Bishnu Rabha Song and all enjoyed a lot.

A health awareness programme on Japanese Encephalitis (JE) and Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AFS)

Today on 8th September 2016, Thursday IQAC, Dhemaji Girls’ College has organized a health awareness programme on Japanese Encephalitis (JE) and Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AFS).

Principal, Dr. Dipak Borgohain Presided over the workshop programme. Dr. Parama Nanda Deori, Medicine Specialist & SDMO and Dr. Abdul Lativ, Joint Director of Dhemaji Health were the resource persons. Dr. P.N. Deori told about JE, It causes symptoms and Prevention. He told that it is a mosquito-Borne disease spread primarily by the culex mosquito. “Most cases of JE do not show any symptoms and prevention. He told that it is a very painful disease. Generally, the infection will cause neurological problems like headaches or meningitis. Other symptoms include fever, neck stiffness, disorientation, come and ultimately death.” According to Dr Abhul Lativ, the most effective way to prevent infection from JE virus is to prevent mosquito bites. Secondly, JE Vaccine Can helps protect from JE disease. JE vaccine is approved for people of 2 months age and older. The vaccine is given as a 2-dose series, with the does spaced 28 days apart. A booster dose might be recommended for anyone 17 years or older. But some people like pregnant women, severe allergy problem should not get this vaccine. Around 300 students and all the teachers participated at the awareness programme.

Report on Health Awareness Programme

Today on 9th September, Friday, 2016, The IQAC, Dhemaji Girls’ College had organised a health Awarness programme. Dr. Dipak Borgohain, The honourable Principal of the College had Presided over the Programme. More Than two hundred people gathered at the college auditorium to attend the Valuable speech by Achariya Pankanj Pathak, The Well Known Person for his Ayuruedic remedies for sick people. He had told the people that what we use things in our need are not hygienic for human life. We should follow the rules of our old Rishis: we should throw the pressure cooker and the refrigerator out of our hones into a dustbin. Acharya Pather had also opined that we should know how to cat and drink water properly. If a person knows how to drink water he is away from many diseases. Achariya Pankaj Pathak had explained about the values of our local fruits and vegetables. We should not go for “ An Apple a day keeps the doctor away”, because in Assam apple is not easily grown and it is not our common local fruit, and these fruits are only brought from other places outside Assam and therefore pesticide is applied for restoring which is not good for our health. The people present in the programme had asked him about their different diseases and Achariya Pathak provided them the remedies: what they should eat or how to eat the ayhrvedic medicines. They were much benefitted by the Speech of Achariya Patha.

An awareness Programme on Cashless Transaction

Today on 12th January 2017, Thrusday, IQAC, Dhemaji Girls’ College has Organised an awareness programme on Cashless Transaction.

Dr Dipak Borgohain , Principal of Dhemaji Girls’ College Presided over the programme. Mr. Indrajit Gum, NULM (National Urban Livelihood Mission) and Mr. Dharani Mili, Manager of IDBI Bank, Dhemaji Branch were the resource persons of the awareness programme. After felicitation programme, Mr. Indrajit Gum, started his speech. He told that, “Cashless payment eliminates several risks, including theft of cash and robbery of cash. Cashless economy or digital brings many benefits, it saves time, cost also. Physical transaction of large cash is risky, so it will improve security. No need to carry cash while on tour and will add revenue of government so maintenance will improve. Moreover printing of currency cast will be saved. Ultimately MCLR (Marginal Cast Landing Rates) and helpful to CSO (Central Statistical Organization) in calculation of GDP/GVA. Mr. D. Mili told that there are many cashless payment methods. Some of these are cheque, Demand Draft, Online Transfer using NEFT, Credit Cards or Debit card, E-wallet, Mobile wallet, UPI Apps ,BHIM (Bharat Interface for Money) etc. He emplaned all of these cashless payment methods. He advised to use “Swipe Machine” In the college to transaction. He also announced to give a “Swipe Machine” from IDBI bank as a gift to the college. A Cashless economy is secure and clear. We have a leadership role to play in taking India Towards on increasingly “digital economy”.

Awareness Programme on Legal Rights

Today on 16th June, 2017 the IQAC, Dhemaji Girls’ College in collaboration with the District Administration had organized an awareness programme on ‘Legal Rights’. The awareness Programme was presided by the honorable principal of the College.

The resource persons for this programme are Mr. M. Ahemed, The Chairman of District legal Authority and Dr. Pranab jyoti Dutta, The well-known Gynecologist of Dhemaji Civil Hospital. Mr. M. Ahmed had explained on the Legel Rights very effectively. He had also explained that Legal Rights are those bestowed onto a person by a given legal system they can be modified, repealed and restrained by human laws. He had explained about the meaning of legal rights and examples of legal rights and also about legal responsibility. Dr. Pranab Jyoti Dutta had delivered his speech on the ‘Prental Diagnostic Test Act of 1994’. He had explained about the preconception and pre-natal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act 2003. He says that PNDT can be conducted only by clinical registered under the Act. Maximum teachers and Students were present at this Awareness Programme which ran for two hours. All were much benefitted by this programme.

Report on Teacher’s Training Programme

Today on 3rd August, 2017, the IQAC Dhemaji Girls’ College had organized a ‘Teacher’s Training programme in the college auditorium. The honorable Principal of the College, Dr. Dipak Borgohain had presided over the programme. The invited resource person was Dr. Mukunda Rajbonshi, The honourable retired Principal of Lakhimpur Girls’ College. He had delivered his valuable speech on teacher’s quality, techniques of teaching methods etc. He had also explained about how to guide the students of the undergraduate level. The teacher should not play the role of only as a teacher, he should be a good counselor, friend, Philosopher and guide. Dr. Rajbonshi had explained his experiences when he was the principal of the college. According to him teacher’s job is very hard and so he has to try a lot for the overall development of the students. The Training Programme Man for three hours. All the teachers of Dhemaji Girls’ College were much benefitted by this programme.

UGC SPONSORED NATIONAL SEMINARS AND WORKSHOP ORGANISED BY IQAC:

Sl. No Name Topic Date
1 Mr. Mon Mohan Gogoi Transmission of Information Through RTI and E-governance in N.E 29th and 30th Sep,2016  
2 Dr. Ranjan Buragohain Philosophy and Ideology of Mahatma Gandhi 28th and 29th June,2016  
3  Mr. Debajit Hazarika Swami Vivekananda Philosophy: Relevance to the Conteporary Society.   21st and 22nd Oct,2016    
4 Mr. Mukut Rajbonai Financial Intermediaries : Issues and Prospects   4th and 5th Oct, 2016
5 Dr. Darpan Borgohain Gender based Violence a  Education Community and impact on Contemporary Society 7th and 8th May, 2015
6 Dr.Krishna Borgohain Techniques of Teaching English in Schools and College   17th May,2014
7  Mrs. Lakhimai Dutta Social Evaluation of the Songs of Dr. Bhupen Hazarika which denotes Revolutionary Humanities and Patriotism Tunes.   25th Sept., 2012
8 Dr. Jugananha Gohain Tribal Identity and Unrest Question in Assam   11th Feb,2012
9 Dr. Jugananha Gohain Ethnic  identity and Unrest Question in North East India with special reference to Assam 26th & 27th Sep,2014
10 Mr. Mon Mohan Gogoi Upliftment of the Standard of teaching in Humanities at the Degree Level 23rd Aug,2012  
11 Mrs. Dulumoni Gogoi Education for Empowerment and development of women in the North East India 18th Aug, 2012
12 IQAC Women and Human Rights Needs   2014
13 IQAC Women and Human Rights Issues   2014

 

MINOR RESEARCH PROJECT:

Sl No Name Topic Sanction date Amount
1 Mon Mohan Gogoi The Role of Missing Women in the Development of Economic and Political Conditions of their society: A Political Study in the district of Dhemaji, Assam UGC Letter No-F-5-137/2011-12 (MRP/NERO/10661 Date- 29/11/2011   85,000.00
2 Merina Borsaikia Women Illeteracy and its Impact on children in Assam , A Comparative study of Balijan Kachari Village and Kuwafala Village in Dhemaji District UGC. Letter No-F.5-117/2011-12(MRP/NERO)/15331 23 March, 2012 75,000.00
3 Prakash Borthakur Problem facing  by art education action research teacher to teach art education in L.P. School in class III & IV of Jidhal Gaon Panchayat 18thNov. 2010 under SSA, Dhemaji , 2011 50,000.00
4 Mon Mohan Gogoi Problems of Non-school going Children in Urban Areas specially in Dhemaji with ref to HTR/EGS/SSK 2011 50,000.00
5 Krishna Borgohain Problems working women in cereater Dhemaji 2013 1,50,000.00
6 Dulumoni Gogoi A study on ICDS programmes for ECCE offered by Angwanwadi Centers of Dhemaji District in Assam UGC. Letter No-F.5-288/2012-13 (MRP/NERO)/678 Dated 2nd  May, 2013 80,000.00  
7 Prakash Borthakur The concept Religious life of Ahom in Assam – A case study in Dhemaji District UGC Letter No-5-426/2012-13/MRP/NERO/22546.2014 1,40,000.00
8 Prakash Borthakur Achievement level of Children in language 1st Feb.2013 Under SSA, Dhemaji,2013  
9 Lakhimai Dutta The role of handloom text file on the socio-economic & cultural side of the Mishinf women in upper Assam; A field survey study 2015 1,45,000.00
10 Muluk Das The Socio-Political status and Participation of Koivortta (SC) people of Assam; A case study of koivorttas in Dhemaji Dist UGC Letter No-F5-466/2012-13/MRP/NERO 2015 1,45,000.00
11 Rupak Deka Changing Socio-Political Status & Role of Eleeted women Representatives to Prize for Rural Development ; A Political Analym 2015 1,40,000.00
12 Jugananda Gohain Socio-Economic and Religious life of Ahom in Assam – A case study in Dhemaji District UGC Letter No – F-5-433/2014-15/(MRP/NERD/2197, 17 Feb, 2015 2,65,000.00
13

Padma Bikash Chutia

Self help group; Role in Reducing Rural Poverty and Umemployment ; A Case Study at Dhemaji District UGC.Vide. Letter No I 5/142/2014-15/NARP/NERO 2017 2,85,000.00
14 Mon Mohan Gogoi Right to information Act; Its Development and Relevance in Indain Democracy special reference to peoples of Dhemaji District UGC F-5-410/2014-15/MRP/NERO/ 269 Date-10/12/2015 2,80,000.00
15 Diganta Kumar Neog Flood Problems and Rural Development; A Special Refernce to Jiadhal River of Dhemaji District 2018 2,40,000.00
16 Rinee Borgohain Socio-economic and cultural Aspects of the Tiwa tribe of Dhemaji District 2018 2,45,000.00

 

Dhemaji Girls’ College

Dhemaji, Assam-787057

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