Compulsory Computer Education

1. Title of the Practice: Compulsory Computer Education for the students at free of charge.
2. Goal: The basic objective has been to make the students Skilled in Computer Education so that after graduation students can get better opportunities in Job Market or can make them self employable.
3. The Context: The Context: The step has been taken on the basis of our survey that has revealed the following: • lack of computer proficiency among majority of students. • poor performance of some students in computer application due to non conducive atmosphere at their home front.
4. The Practice:
• At the entry level into the Intermediate and Degree Programmes each student is enrolled into six (06) month diploma in Computer computer application at a very nominal price at Rs.100/-(one hundred) only and awarded with a certificate from the college after successful completion of the course.
• Enrolled students are divided into different groups and classes are taken in accordance with their regular class routine so that students don’t face any trouble in taking computer classes.
• Classes are taken in ICT hub of the college which is well equipped with 21 nos of computers and with LAN and internet facility.
• The IQAC of the college keeps close contact with the enrolled students for micro monitoring of them for ensuring better technical performances and entrusted an instructor for their classes.
• Students have open access of the ICT hub during office hours with high speed free internet facility as well as digital library resources.
5. Evidence of Success:
• Students have realized the benefit of computer literacy and more students are joining in the course provided by the college.
• It is expected that this practice of the college will help the students in their future career in the present competitive world.
• It is also expected that this practice in the long run will enrich the academic reputation of the college.
6. Problems Encountered and Resources Required: It is found that majority of students are lacking of basic knowledge of computer use. Again, initially some students were found absent in computer classes after taking admission into the courses. However, this has changed gradually and students have started attending the same regularly as their attendance is strictly monitored by the authority.

Academic resources to the underprivileged schools

1. Title of the Practice: A mission to provide academic resources to the underprivileged schools and thereby to ensure eradication of academic disparity among privileged and underprivileged institutions.
2. Goal: it is a long term mission with the following goals –
• To adopt schools of this region and to provide necessary academic help to these underprivileged academic institutions.
• To bring the vast Library resources of the College to the doorsteps of the academic institutions of the region
• To provide the services of the Guest Lecturers at the institutions.
• To undertake a sustainable drive to popularize the arts subjects among the students to attempt the civil services exam.
3. The Context: The feeder region to this College is one such region where mostly the socio economically disadvantaged people dwell. Social unrest, poverty, susceptibility of the girl child to the lure of anti social and anti national elements, superstition, witch-hunt etc. are the major ailments that have been crippling the society. It is believed that Academic development of the region can solve these to a good extent. Being an academic institution with sufficient resources and trained manpower, it is our duty to help them.
4. The Practice: The Mission has a multifarious Character, and hence has multi dimensional activities of its different wings
(a) Adoption of School:
• MoUs have been signed with the schools.
•Visiting lecturer are sent periodically to these schools

The institution gives much emphasis to extension activities that help the students imbibe lessons for life, lessons beyond the textbook and the class room which can make an impactful change in the world

Title of the Practice: ‘Providing minimum operational knowledge to students in internet security
Objectives of the Practice: To help students to have minimum practical operational knowledge on internet security to all the students.

The Context: Support students to minimum internet security in handling the internet websites.
The Practice: Theoretical knowledge on regarding the internet hacking and mitigation of the cyber fraud provided to the students.

Evidence of Success: Developing self-confidence and gaining knowledge for practical use
in day-today life situations.
Problems Encountered and Resources Required: Finding Resource persons who have been appointed.

Title of the Practice: “Clean, Pollution Free, Healthy and Green Campus”.
Objectives of the Practice: To maintain a clean, pollution free, environment friendly, healthy
and  green campus.
The Context: Clean, peaceful pollution free, eco-friendly environment in the campus.
The Practice: Maintaining a clean, environment friendly green campus. Evidence of Success:
The college claims to have been successful in keeping a clean, healthy and green campus for carrying out all activities.

Problems Encountered and Resources Required: The college has not faced any problem rather all stakeholders have extended full co-operation in this regard.

Title of the Practice : Implementation of Holistic Student Development Programs (HSDP):

Objective: To ensure the holistic development of students beyond academics.

Description: Girls’ College, Kokrajhar, has implemented a comprehensive Holistic Student Development Program (HSDP) aimed at nurturing the physical, mental, emotional, and social well-being of its students. The program encompasses various initiatives such as personality development

workshops, career counseling sessions, leadership training programs, and extra-curricular activities including sports, arts, and cultural events. Additionally, the college organizes community engagement activities like social service camps and outreach programs, fostering a sense of social responsibility among students.

Impact: The implementation of HSDP has resulted in the overall enhancement of student performance, increased student participation in extra-curricular and community activities.

Integration of ICT in Teaching-Learning Process: Objective: To enhance the quality of teaching-learning processes through the effective integration of Information and Communication Technology (ICT).

Description: The college encourages students to utilize ICT for research, collaborative projects, and self-paced learning through online platforms and digital libraries.

Impact: The integration of ICT has led to increased student engagement, improved understanding of complex concepts, enhanced access to educational resources, and the development of digital literacy skills among students and faculty.