Prospectus and application form for Admission to B.A, B.Com & PGDCA courses available at the college website
April 13, 2016
13 April 2016: The Prospectus and Application form for admission to Degree first year in Arts & Commerce and PGDCA courses are available on the college Website.
Admission process are on. Interested candidates may download the form from the college website or collect the same from the office. you may click also on the above link for the same.
BA End Semester Examinations to be held from 2 May 2016
April 13, 2016
April 13: The Dibrugarh University has scheduled the End Semester examination from 2-31 May 2016. The students are bracing themselves for the examinations.
(9.00 AM to 12.00 Noon)
|03-05-2016||Tuesday||Major Course – 201 (Arts / Science)
Business Communication (Com.) – 201 (General / Speciality)
|05-05-2016||Thursday||General Course : English -201 (Arts / Science)
Computer Skill (Science, Major)
|06-05-2016||Friday||General Courses : Information Technology – 201 (Arts / Science)
Elective Language – 201 (Arts)
Business Economics (Com.) – 202 (General / Speciality)
|10-05-2016||Tuesday||General Courses: MIL – 201 (Arts)
Alternative English – 201 (Arts)
Chemistry – 201 (Science)
|11-05-2016||Wednesday||Statistics (General) – 201(Arts / Science)
Corporate Accounting (Com.) – 203 (General / Speciality)
|12-05-2016||Thursday||General Courses: Zoology – 201 (Science)
Political Science – 201 (Arts)
|16-05-2016||Monday||General Courses: Computer Application – 201 (Arts)
Home Science – 201 (Arts / Science)
Anthropology – 201 (Arts / Science)
Principles of Business Management (Com.) – 204 (General / Speciality)
|17-05-2016||Tuesday||General Courses: Sociology – 201 (Arts)
Geology – 201 (Science)
|18-05-2016||Wednesday||General Courses: Computer Science – 201 (Science)
Geography – 201(Arts / Science)
|19-05-2016||Thursday||General Courses: Economics – 201 (Arts / Science)
Electronics – 201(Science)
|20-05-2016||Friday||General Courses: Education – 201 (Arts)
Physics – 201 (Science)
|24-05-2016||Tuesday||General Courses: Sanskrit – 201 (Arts)
Tribal Studies – 201(Arts)
Rural Development – 201 (Arts / Science)
Bio Technology – 201 (Science)
|25-05-2016||Wednesday||General Courses: History – 201 (Arts)
Mathematics – 201 (Arts / Science)
|27-05-2016||Friday||General Courses: Philosophy – 201 (Arts)
Botany – 201 (Science
We wish them all the best.
College Inspection scheduled to be held in April
April 13, 2016
13 April: College Development Council is scheduling to conduct the inspection of the college towards the upgradation to second year and for the starting of Major courses in English and Education in the first year, the CDC is scheduling inspection of the college in April 3rd week.
The college is all set for the inspection.
Model Exam for 2nd Semester begins on 21 April 2016
April 13, 2016
13 April: The college has announced the dates for the Model Exam for the students of Second Semester. The time of exam is from 12.00 pm – 3.00 pm.
The schedule is given below:
21 April – Major Papers
23 April – English
25 April – Non Major Papers
27 April – Assamese / Alt. English
Tithi of Mahapurusha Srimanta Shankardeva celebrated today
September 15, 2015
Asstt. Professors Ms. Himadri Dutta and Ms. Sushmita Bora Rongpipi gave a beautiful presentation on the occasion of the Tithi of Mahapurusha Srimanta Shankardeva.
Mahapurusha Srimanta Shankardeva (1449–1568), saint-scholar, playwright, social-religious reformer, is a colossal figure in the cultural and religious history of Assam, India. He is credited with providing a thread of unity to Assam straddling two major kingdoms (Ahom and Koch kingdoms), building on past literary activities to provide the bedrock of Assamese culture, and creating a religion that gave shape to a set of new values and social synthesis. The religion he started, Mahapuruxiya Dharma, was part of the Bhakti movement then raging in India, and he inspired bhakti in Assam just as Ramananda, Guru Nanak, Kabir, Basava and Chaitanya Mahaprabhu inspired it elsewhere.
His literary and artistic contributions are living traditions in Assam today. The religion he preached is practiced by a large population, and Sattras (monasteries) that he and his followers established continue to flourish and sustain his legacy. In reverence to his personality, teachings and works, he is a Mahapurusha, or “Great Man”.