"Re-accreditation Period -
Marks Obtained - 3.08 out of 4
Grade Obtained - 'A'
"Re-accreditation Period -
Marks Obtained - 2.83 out of 4
Grade Obtained - 'B'
Accreditation Period -
Marks Obtained - 73.30 out of 100
Grade Obtained - 'B'

Re-Accreditation Certificate of NAAC (3rd Cycle)

Re-Accreditation Report & Certificate of NAAC (2nd Cycle)

1st Accreditation Certificate of NAAC

NAAC Peer Team visit for Re-accreditation in 3rd Cycle (10-12 March 2014)

Highlights of the NAAC team Report during Re-accreditation (NAAC visit 13-14 March 2009)

General Observations

  • Academic programmes and courses are in tune with the Vision, mission and objectives of the college.
  • The PG curriculum is designed to facilitate entry to further higher education as well as employment.
  • Curriculum offered by the Institution has relevance to the regional and national development needs.
  • Admission process is transparent and based on predetermined criteria. The college ensures equity and access by admitting backward/ economically weaker and differently abled student.
  • Modern teaching aids are used in classroom teaching and seminars.
  • Industrial visits, field work, exhibitions, quiz etc are conducted to inculcate experimental learning and problem solving aptitude.
  • The PG examination system is transparent and effective.
  • Teachers of the college have published nearly 100 articles in various journals. Teachers of the college have completed/operating 37 minor research projects funded by UGC and other funding agencies. Further, the institution has awarded six research projects to teachers from its own funds. One major project with funds from MPLADS Fund is in operation.
  • The institution makes used of its infrastructure optimally by conducting various academic programmes and Co- and extra – curricular activities and letting out to outside agencies for various activities.
  • The college makes efforts to develop the personality of the students, which helps the students coming from disadvantaged socio-economic and rural background.
  • There are 183 computer terminals in the college. 96 computers are stand alone, which 64 have LAN connectivity. All department have computer facility. Internet facilities are available to the students with a nominal fee.
  • The pass percentage of the college is impressive and some students have secured University ranks in the last five years. The percentage of results of the college is higher than the university percentage.
  • Feedback from students, parents, alumni and prominent persons of the locality are taken into consideration while developing the plan of action for the institutional growth and development.
  • The college has Career Development and Placement Cell. It has taken steps for on-Campus and off-campus placements and some well known companies have recruited students of the institution.
  • Best Practices of the college

  • Courses in emerging thrust areas and inter-disciplinary in nature are offered. Optimum utilization of physical facilities Add-on courses
  • College has developed a system for rain water harvesting.
  • Experimental and participatory learning is practiced.
  • Teachers' Council and Alumni Association have instituted scholarships.
  • Use of modern teaching aids.
  • Financial assistance given to students facing accidents and emergencies.
  • Establishing and operating the Centre for Thalasseamia Eradication.
  • Management encourages feedback from different sources and acts upon same.
  • Granting research projects to teachers out of the institution's fund. Participatory management is in vogue.

  • Institutional Strength

  • Healthy academic ambiance
  • Offering inter-disciplinary / professional courses along with the traditional.
  • Computerization of most of the activities of the college
  • Performance of the students in the University examinations is very impressive.
  • College has made it self relevant to the neighborhood.

Members of
the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)


Dr. Monojir Ray
A few senior Administrative officers
1. Bursar
2. Librarian
3. Head Clerk (Officiating)
Dr. Debaprasad Sarkar
Sri Jyodip Chandra
Sri Arindom Chakraborty
Three to Eight Teachers
i) Dr. Sutapa Saha
ii) Smt. Moumita Chaudhuri
iii) Smt. Molly Ghosh
iv) Dr. Indira Samajdar Gangopadhyay
v) Sri Arijit Cahudhuri
vi) Sri Anirban Chakraborty

Member from the Management

i) Sri Deb Roy Chowdhury


Member from Alumni

i) Sri Aniruddha Ghosh

One External Expert

i) Prof. Suranjan Das

ii) Prof. Basab Chaudhuri

One of the teachers as the coordinator of the IQAC.
Dr. Sutapa Ghosh Dastidar


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