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The world's largest inhabited river island

The self evaluation of every departmental may be provided separately in about 3-4 pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.

  1. Name of the department: Botany, Majuli College.

 

  1. Year of Establishment: 1978; sanction in 1986 1st

 

  1. Name of programmes/Courses offered (UG, PG ,M.Phill,Ph.D, Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D, etc) : UG

 

  1. Name of interdisciplinary course and the departments/units involved :Environmental science

 

  1. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):Semester

 

  1. Participation of the department in the course offered by the other departments: Nil

 

  1. Course in collaboration with other universities , industries ,foreign institutions ,etc. :Nil

 

  1. Details of course/programmes discontinued(if any)with reasons : No

 

  1. Numbers of teaching posts

 

SanctionedFilled
ProfessorsNilNil
Associated Professors1(one)vacant
Asst. Professors2(Two)Filled

 

  1. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D/ M.Phil.etc.)
NameQualificationDesignationSpecializa

-tion

No. of Years of ExperienceNo. of Ph.D. students guided for the last 4 years
NilamoniPatirM.scAssistant professorMycology and plant pathology33  yearsNil
Indira BorahM.sc. ,M.phillAssistant professorCytogenetic and plant breeding16 yearsNil

 

  1. List of senior visiting faculty: Nil
  2. Percentage of lecture delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise) by temporary faculty: 50%
  3. Student teacher ratio: 1:16(Program wise)

 

2nd semester4th semester6th semester
1:91:101:1

 

  1. Number of academy support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled: Technical=01, sanctioned filled=2, administrative staff=Nil
  2. Qualification of teaching faculty with D.sc /D.Litt/ Ph.D/PG=M.Phill
  3. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from (a) National (b) International funding agencies and grants received: Nil
  4. Departmental projects funded by DST FIST;UGC,DBT,ICSSR,etc. and total grant received:UGC-1,total grants-1,00000.
  5. Research Centre/facility recognized by the University: Nil

 

  1. Publications:

* a) Publication per faculty

Name

 

ISBN No.Name  of the paper/yearName of journal/books
Nilomoniparir

 

 

—-—-—-

 

 

 

Indira Borah

 

 

 

 

 

 

978-81-202-3479-3

 

An Ethobotanical study of

mishingtribel living in

Majuli,the biggest river island

of world,2014

 

 

Kolongkilling,an anthology of articles

 

—–

A glance of Flora and Founa of

majulli,2015

Souvenir of Majuli mohostave-2015
 

—–

Salmoramrihtshilporaksomu

awalukon,2015

Souvenir of SadouAsomKarmachariSantha
 

2250-290

North East India,a global

repository of biodiversity,2015

Sanskrit pallav: a social religious magazine.

 

* Number of papers published in per reviewed journals (national / international) by faculty and students:4

*Number of publications listed in international Database (for eg. Web of science, Scopus, humanities international complete, Dare Database-international social sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.: Nil

*Monographs: Nil

*Chapter in books: Nil

* Books edited books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers: Nil

*Citation index: Nil

*SNIP: Nil

*SJR: Nil

*Impact factor: Nil

*h-index: Nil

  1. Areas of consultancy and income generated: Nil
  2. Faculty as member in

a)National committees :Nil

  1. b) International committees: Nil
  2. c) Editorial Boards: Nil
  3. Student projects
  4. a) Percentage of students who have done in house project including inter departmental /programme: 100% (as per syllabus)
  5. b) Percentage of student’s placed for project in organizations outside the institution i.e. in Research laboratories/ Industry/other agencies: Nil
  6. Awards/recognition received by faculty and students: Nil
  7. List of eminent academicians and scientists/visitors to the department: Nil
  8. Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding

a)National: Nil

  1. b) International: Nil

 

 

 

  1. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the Course/program-me

(Refer question no.4.)

Admission inApplications receivedselectedEnrolledPass percentage
*M*F
B.sc.2009-2010222Nil100%
B.sc.2010-2011422Nil50%
B.sc.2011-2012777Nil28%
B.sc.2012-2013777Nil42%
B.sc2013-20144422Going on

 

*M= Male     *F=Female

  1. Diversity of students
Name of the Course% of the students from the same state% of the students from the other state% of the students from abroad
B.Sc(Major)All students
B.Sc(non major)All studentsNilNil

 

  1. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as NET, SLETE, GATE, Civil services, Defence services, etc. : Nil
  2. Student progression
Student progressionAgainst % enrolled
UG to PG50%
PG to M.PhillNil
M.Phill to Ph.D.Nil
Ph.D. to Post DoctoralNil
Employed

·         Campus selection

·         Other than campus recruitment

Nil
Entrepreneurship/Self employmentNil
  1. Details of infrastructural facilities
  2. a) Library: Yes
  3. b) Internet facilities: Yes
  4. c) Class room with ICT facility: Nil
  5. d) Laboratories: Yes
  6. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or other agencies: Nil
  7. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lecture/workshops/seminar) with external experts: Nil
  8. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: Group discussion, Presentations, Assignments, class tests.
  9. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities: NSS camp, wet land conservation, Botanical garden etc.
  10. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plants:

Strengths:

*highly motivated team of teacher

*Student centric department.

Weakness:

* Laboratory weakness.

* Classroom space not sufficient.

Opportunities:

* Motivating students to learn plant science.

Challenges: Annual food problems, Communication problems, poor student quality and quantity, economic problems.

Future plans:

  1. To motivate students to appear for competitive examination.
  2. To improve our laboratory.